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4 Out of 10 Doctors wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
I understood what you meant, Freehold. I'll have her ask her PCP later. Going to go get a case of 8 oz Pepsi. She has no trouble drinking it warm. *Shudder, Blegh*

If you're asking her PCP what to do, diabetes is the least of her problems... Unless, PCP doesn't mean what we thought it meant.

She hasn't been up late, run with a bad crowd, or hold up any convience stores has she.

Primary Care Provider. Her Doctor, in other words, Cap.

Yes, I'm undressed. I've got a 19-hour workday tomorrow, from 5 AM to Midnight. The person I normally relieve has a flight tomorrow.


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Ah! I don't do so well with abbreviations.

I hope she recovers safely! My mom struggled with her diabetes and blood sugar too.

You know me, I can't resist a PCP joke. :-)


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Tacticslion wrote:
The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
but grits taste like flavorless gruel that you'd feed a prisoner of war.

I accept that they seem this way to you.

The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
Oh, and if you say "but they're good with...X" it's X you like, not grits. Grits are an abomination onto corn.

False.

I do not like to eat butter, yet it's very good with grits.

Similarly, I do not like to eat nothing but liquid cheese, but it's delicious on broccoli.

Some things just taste better with other things, instead of by themselves.

:)

Gotta agree, Tac. Lots of things taste like flavorless...blah, on their own. Pasta, rice, bread, and tofu come to mind. They're base foods, you have to add stuff to make them tasty.

Spoiler:
Okay, some breads get away with being tasty on their own. Mmm, I love me some fresh bagel...


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Good night, everybody. 3 AM comes early, after all.

Sovereign Court

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lisamarlene wrote:
Everyone has their "the holiday season is upon us, ergo I must watch this" film. Or set of films.

My Christmas movies are Die Hard and The Long Kiss Goodnight.

BAM.


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Ghostbusters.

Sovereign Court

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Syrus Terrigan wrote:
Huge? Pfft. I've gone through Martin's works, and Anathem, too. I can tear through 500+ pages of dense reading in about 4 hours.

yeah, this is me. :) Makes long series really fun to read...and reread...


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Used to be me. I've slowed down, though. My attention is pretty shot, I'm afraid.


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New Page, FaWtLers! Booyah! ... in a good way!

I'd originally been planning on updating this once per page.

HAH! FaWtL put a stop to that~!

Original Post with a question for everyone to answer!

YAY!

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And now the results so far of EverFaWtL:

01) aatea: ________________________

02) CH: ________________________

03) Crookshanks: ___________________

04) CY: medium (brute vigilante archetype); mammoth rider PrC

05) doctor_wu: investigator (tetori monk archetype; for better hugging); ??? <no PrC suggested>

06) Drejk: psychic OR int-based sorcerer (archeologist bard archetype); ??? <no PrC suggested>

07) Freehold: martial artist monk/lust wizard (solacer bard archetype); ??? <no PrC suggested>

08) Game Hamster: cleric (archetype granting smite evil or inquisition??); ??? <no PrC suggested>

09) gran: wizard (warrior of the holy light paladin archetype); PrCs (I'unno, maybe being "that guy" - i.e. me - who wants a non-evil assassin?)

10) Icy: ______________

11) J4rh43d: empericist investigator (with blossoming light cleric archetype) OR blossoming light cleric (with empericist investigator archetype)... OR paladin (with blossoming light cleric archetype); good sanguine angel OR alchemist/brewkeeper OR wizard/<any full casting PrC to fix stuff>

12) Jess Door: Paladin (archeologist bard archetype?); Loremaster [ALT/ADTL: just a cat]

13) John (Napier): Traveller d20 Grand Admiral [Imperial subrank “archetype”] OR Gunslinger (bounty hunter slayer archetype); duelist PrC

14) Kileanna: __________________

15) Kjeldorn: druid (archivist bard archetype); home brew paladin PrC OR brewkeeper PrC (lacking religious flavor)

16) Limey: fighter/rogue/mage (all with the musketeer archetype); toss up (duelist, eldritch knight, assassin [3.5] not evil... automatically)

17) lisamarlene: in need of coffee PATHFINDER CHRONICLER, ALL ELSE MEANINGLESS (it’s close to being Indiana Jones! Squee!)

18) lynora: witch (crashing wave cleric archetype water bending); ??? <no PrC suggested> :)

19) NH: paladin of some sort, and definitely not the Core PrCs or the early archetypes thereof! (also, as of lisamarlene, is now given bonus levels in grumpy-pants! lucky! I'm stuck waiting 'til 80 to take levels in that, and he gets epic levels now~! Maaaaaannnnnnnn some people just win... ;D)

20) Orthos: wilder (unknown archetype that nabs Dark Knowledge from Heroes of Horror); wilder/dragonfire adept/<the PrC that combines those>

21) Scint: alchemist (archavist bard archetype; yay know-it-all mad science (so basically a female Bill Nye, which is now the coolest thing ever)); "soracle" theurge (sorcerer/oracle/theurge)

22) Sharoth: 20th level commoner (weakness: fear of house cats)

23) Sissyl: NO ARCHETYPES; optimized cleric/wizard/mystic theurge

24) Syrus: warpriest [Healing, Tactics domains] (unknown archetype of something for smite and/or marshal auras); Evangelist (with The Deity ;D)

25) Thomas Seitz (look, I know you've been hanging around, because you just favorited a post of mine I'm secretly psychic!): Paladin, duh!; ??? <no PrC suggested>

26) Me!: psionic erudite (unifier tactician archetype) or erudite/wizard/cerebromancer

27) TOZ: Oracle (Unbreakable Fighter archetype); Oracle/Holy Vindicator (sneaking suspicion that he may, just possibly, perhaps, have a type)

28) TS: fellow erudite psion with some “expanded knowledge” feat-focused archetype (OR a wizard with access to both wish spells, and the missing 9th level wizard spells); any PrC with +1 ML (and/or +1 CL) per level (“thou shalt not sacrifice…”)

29) The Vagrant Erudite: juju oracle (churomancer wizard archetype) (look, he just wants all the dead things; also to wear white); ??? <no PrC suggested>

30) Vanykrye: kensai magus (empericist investigator archetype); paladin/monk/<Iroran Paladin-monk-PrC>

31) Vidmaster: magus sorcerer (with the celeberty bard archetype) or bard (with the spell blade magus archetype); ??? <no PrC suggested>

32) Wei Ji: bard (spirit guide oracle archetype); sorcerer (or bloodrager)/dragon disciple

... and since I know for a fact that a certain Chinese kitty sometimes hangs out over hear (but rarely posts anything!! >:I): Mort. Just... Just a Mort.: wizard (urban ranger archetype); student of war PrC (oh: and/or assassin?)

Enjoy!

And now, some random stats I noticed:
- 5/33: unanswered
- 28/33: at least partially answered
- 15/33: fully answered
- 09/33: totally followed the all the rules!
All answers are totally valid; I was just interested in statistics. XD

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lisamarlene wrote:
Everyone has their "the holiday season is upon us, ergo I must watch this" film. Or set of films.

Muppet Christmas Carol. What can I say.


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The wind has died down considerably.

But it's a clear night so it's already down to 16 degrees.


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I have no holiday must-see film.

Oh wait...

Nope, no, I definitely do not. I am robot inside.

___________________________________________________

All this talk of novels and romance have made me realize...I can't remember the last fantasy novel I read. I think it was the last WoT book.

...That makes me sad. EDIT: Because it's been that long, not because I was disappointed with Sanderson's endcap on the series.

Speaking of romance in fiction, I don't remember any in Joe Abercrombie's excellent and bloody First Law trilogy. It had a single sex scene, and it was the most [intentionally] unsexy sex scene I've ever read or seen on film. Everything is completely consensual, the characters are just...on totally different pages.


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4 Out of 10 Doctors wrote:

Have you considered closing your eyes again, and thinking of something relaxing.

Like Captain Yesterday's wife in this Thomas The Train T-shirt sized for a six year old.

That is an odd statement to see first thing.


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Mom will not be getting out until Friday at earliest. They want to examine the area in her lung where the cancer was and do another biopsy. I am going to be spending most of Thursday in the hospital with her.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
4 Out of 10 Doctors wrote:

Have you considered closing your eyes again, and thinking of something relaxing.

Like Captain Yesterday's wife in this Thomas The Train T-shirt sized for a six year old.

That is an odd statement to see first thing.

Personally, I was wondering why thinking of an attractive woman in a much-too-small shirt would make him fall asleep.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
4 Out of 10 Doctors wrote:

Have you considered closing your eyes again, and thinking of something relaxing.

Like Captain Yesterday's wife in this Thomas The Train T-shirt sized for a six year old.

That is an odd statement to see first thing.
Personally, I was wondering why thinking of an attractive woman in a much-too-small shirt would make him fall asleep.

That was my first thought too. maybe he has some sort of weird sleeping disorder like narcolepsy.. sexolepsy if you will.


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When it comes to novels, I'm a fan of David Weber's Honor Harrington series. Also John Ringo's Paladin of Shadows (the first 5 anyways, I didn't think the 6th one was anywhere as good as the others).


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
4 Out of 10 Doctors wrote:

Have you considered closing your eyes again, and thinking of something relaxing.

Like Captain Yesterday's wife in this Thomas The Train T-shirt sized for a six year old.

That is an odd statement to see first thing.
Personally, I was wondering why thinking of an attractive woman in a much-too-small shirt would make him fall asleep.
That was my first thought too. maybe he has some sort of weird sleeping disorder like narcolepsy.. sexolepsy if you will.

Sexolepsy would be a terrible thing to have. But not as bad as sexleprosy, which is what I thought you had typed at first.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
4 Out of 10 Doctors wrote:

Have you considered closing your eyes again, and thinking of something relaxing.

Like Captain Yesterday's wife in this Thomas The Train T-shirt sized for a six year old.

That is an odd statement to see first thing.
Personally, I was wondering why thinking of an attractive woman in a much-too-small shirt would make him fall asleep.
That was my first thought too. maybe he has some sort of weird sleeping disorder like narcolepsy.. sexolepsy if you will.
Sexolepsy would be a terrible thing to have. But not as bad as sexleprosy, which is what I thought you had typed at first.

That does sound worse by several magnitudes.


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"It's like a really violent game of chess."


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(Two guys are playing an NHL video game)
"Put it in! Put it in!! JUST LET ME PUT IT IN!!!"
"No no nononono! I'm a good girl! I don't do that!!"


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It's after 5 AM. Guess who's at work. Well, I'll make up for missing work yesterday, regardless.


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Good luck, John. I hope your mom does better today.


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Sharoth wrote:
Good luck, John. I hope your mom does better today.

So do I. I bought her some Pepsi and Ice Cream (thanks, Freehold) last night. She has fast-acting sugar she can have if she gets shaky and sick.

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John - does your mom need to carry sweets inside her pocket?

Also, back to Hearthstone =)


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I'm sitting in bed with a beagle laying next to me, a cup of coffee, a thick stack of Pathfinder books within arm's reach, and nowhere I presently have to be.

This is the life.


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Mort - She also has mints nearby.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
4 Out of 10 Doctors wrote:

Have you considered closing your eyes again, and thinking of something relaxing.

Like Captain Yesterday's wife in this Thomas The Train T-shirt sized for a six year old.

That is an odd statement to see first thing.
Personally, I was wondering why thinking of an attractive woman in a much-too-small shirt would make him fall asleep.

Don't ruin this for us!!


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:

I have no holiday must-see film.

Oh wait...

Nope, no, I definitely do not. I am robot inside.

___________________________________________________

All this talk of novels and romance have made me realize...I can't remember the last fantasy novel I read. I think it was the last WoT book.

...That makes me sad. EDIT: Because it's been that long, not because I was disappointed with Sanderson's endcap on the series.

Speaking of romance in fiction, I don't remember any in Joe Abercrombie's excellent and bloody First Law trilogy. It had a single sex scene, and it was the most [intentionally] unsexy sex scene I've ever read or seen on film. Everything is completely consensual, the characters are just...on totally different pages.

Freehold will research.


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captain yesterday wrote:

The wind has died down considerably.

But it's a clear night so it's already down to 16 degrees.

YES


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
4 Out of 10 Doctors wrote:

Have you considered closing your eyes again, and thinking of something relaxing.

Like Captain Yesterday's wife in this Thomas The Train T-shirt sized for a six year old.

That is an odd statement to see first thing.
Personally, I was wondering why thinking of an attractive woman in a much-too-small shirt would make him fall asleep.

YAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSSS


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Sharoth wrote:
Mom will not be getting out until Friday at earliest. They want to examine the area in her lung where the cancer was and do another biopsy. I am going to be spending most of Thursday in the hospital with her.

i will have a pizza delivered to your location. Just text me the details.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
4 Out of 10 Doctors wrote:

Have you considered closing your eyes again, and thinking of something relaxing.

Like Captain Yesterday's wife in this Thomas The Train T-shirt sized for a six year old.

That is an odd statement to see first thing.
Personally, I was wondering why thinking of an attractive woman in a much-too-small shirt would make him fall asleep.
That was my first thought too. maybe he has some sort of weird sleeping disorder like narcolepsy.. sexolepsy if you will.
Sexolepsy would be a terrible thing to have. But not as bad as sexleprosy, which is what I thought you had typed at first.

there are not mamy things that make Freehold consider ending it all. But this is one of them.


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Man do I hate Thanksgiving Day.


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Burn it. Burn it ALL.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Man do I hate Thanksgiving Day.

family woes?


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Honestly, I'm just going to play video games all day then go to work.


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Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Man do I hate Thanksgiving Day.
family woes?

Not really, just don't want to spend $100+ for food for one day because my ancestors murdered and oppressed the indigenous people.

Edit: Whatever, I'll go out and fight the old people at the 24 hour megagrocery store today for the wife but tomorrow I'm not doing or making anything until I have to work.


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My ancestors didn't do s%+% to the natives. My dad's family came from Canada by way of Ireland about three generations ago, and my mom just got off the boat in the 70s.

I just like turkey, and after eight years of vegetarianism thrown out the window when I got divorced, I'm going to eat me some bird.


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I also hate turkey.

Maybe because I had to help dad with butchering the turkeys.

Shadow Lodge

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I always get ham on thanksgiving. Not a big turkey fan myself either.


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For my family, it's an unbreakable date to be together, eat, and celebrate the fact that we're all still speaking to one another.

And it's the one holiday we ALWAYS get to go to MY mom's house (because my mother-in-law can't cook worth a damn... she thinks turkey bakes for 24 hours at 185... seriously... and you don't EVEN want me to get into the this-is-in-direct-violation-of-the-Geneva-convention tortures she inflicts on her guests under the misleading names of "stuffing" and "pecan pie".)

It's like mini-Christmas, without the stress of shopping for gifts or singing myself hoarse with extra choir rehearsals.


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I hate turkey too. That's why I eat them. To punish them for being so turkeyish.


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captain yesterday wrote:

I also hate turkey.

Maybe because I had to help dad with butchering the turkeys.

I used to have a student whose parents were the type of urbanites who had backyard chickens because it's a trendy hobby.

She came to school one day in October and said, "We got two turkeys, but one is already Daddy's buddy, so for Thanksgiving we're going to eat the one that's not Daddy's buddy."

The Monday after Thanksgiving...
Me: "So did you eat the turkey that's not Daddy's buddy?"
She looked at me with the despairing-of-adult-hopelessness look that only a four-year-old girl can give, and said, "No, we had to buy one, because Daddy decided they're both Daddy's buddies."


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My family has put names to the Black Hereford/Angus cattle they own, on occasion -- and we call them by name even when on the plate. "_______ was a good cow, and a better dinner."


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I treasure animals and believe them to be super important - but not more important than humans. Not even equal. It's a weird position for someone who was a vegetarian for so long to have, and even a vegan for a couple years, but...it's like my position on large corporate chains.

If the little store can even come close to Walmart's prices, I'm going to avoid that horrid mega-store (g*$$%&nit I hate walking in that place), but if it's literally twice the savings, well, sorry mom and pop, but I got bills to pay.

Similarly, if I can get nice clothes without leather, I will, but damnit, some jobs require leather. And turkey is without a doubt the most delicious of fowl.

And they're mean f!*#ing bastards if you've ever met one in person. I kind of delight in knowing they're getting their just deserts. Just before I get mine. Pecan motherf*~#ing pie, b~~~&es.


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On another subject, I almost named my ferret "Wingman", because he has a 100% swoon rate with women who meet him. Seriously, he's garnered more "awwww"s than an amalgamation of a cute baby, a puppy, and a diamond ring. He is, quite literally, the cutest creature on this planet.

He's an unusual color. He's not sable, he's not red, he's not black, and he's not albino. He's kinda...sable-ish, but with a white undercoat, and red eyes. It looks like someone with white hair dyed it light brown and then it grew out. I think maybe one of his parents was an albino. He's also f%@#ing HUGE. When he stretches out he's 3/4 the size of my entire arm, fingertip to shoulder.

He's super friendly, and enjoys nuzzling in breasts, because he clearly is my pet and learned well from daddy.


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lisamarlene wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

I also hate turkey.

Maybe because I had to help dad with butchering the turkeys.

I used to have a student whose parents were the type of urbanites who had backyard chickens because it's a trendy hobby.

She came to school one day in October and said, "We got two turkeys, but one is already Daddy's buddy, so for Thanksgiving we're going to eat the one that's not Daddy's buddy."

The Monday after Thanksgiving...
Me: "So did you eat the turkey that's not Daddy's buddy?"
She looked at me with the despairing-of-adult-hopelessness look that only a four-year-old girl can give, and said, "No, we had to buy one, because Daddy decided they're both Daddy's buddies."

trendy backyard dinner!

I do think animals should live in luxury before we ask them over for dinner. Yes, I think it should be animal version of Logan's Run.


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A simple choice it was.

The kids can go with to the megagrocery store.

Or stay home, and Crookshanks gets to babysit, and get paid money, but she can't use her phone, at all.

20 minutes later and she's still undecided.


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captain yesterday wrote:

A simple choice it was.

The kids can go with to the megagrocery store.

Or stay home, and Crookshanks gets to babysit, and get paid money, but she can't use her phone, at all.

20 minutes later and she's still undecided.

[Gingerbread man] you're a monster[/gingerbread man]

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