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I like the witch class and slumber hex! I understand while mileages vary. :)

EDIT: I, uh... I don't follow the sky-clad traditions, though, or any of them in real life. *Gets dressed.*


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NobodysHome wrote:

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Anyway, gotta get to work, work all day, stealing the underpants, hey.

That's my job!


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In other news, would you like to hear about my Parka Assembly Triumph?

No?

Fair enough. I wouldn't either.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:

Bad Horse, Bad Horse, Bad Horse, He's Bad!

He rides around the nation, the thoroughbred of sin.
He got the application that you just sent in.
It needs evaluation, so let the games begin.
A heinous crime, a show of force,
A murder would be nice of course!

Bad Horse, Bad Horse, Bad Horse, He's Bad!
The Evil League of Evil is watching so beware.
The grade that you receive will be the last we swear!
So make the Bad Horse gleeful, or he'll make you his mare.
You're saddled up, there's no recourse,
It's Hi-Ho Silver! Signed Bad Horse.

That was just Horrible with a PHD.

... bravo. Well played. XD


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NobodysHome wrote:

It's really amazing when you learn that, when it comes to "taste", you can't even explain your own.

As I posted a while back, I just couldn't get into Stranger Things because of the glacial pace of the show; I kept sitting there thinking, "I have better things to do than sit through this."
This was reinforced when the Impii watched the rest of Season 1 and declared it, "Meh. Pretty good. Not great."

So last night NobodysWife and I watched the first 3 episodes of The Ancient Magus' Wife, and I luuuuuurv it.

Why?

Because it's moving at a glacial pace, and is coming across as a classic Miyazaki or Studio Ghibli "slice of life" tale: There's no story so far per se; it's just a young woman reminiscing about her childhood. And it's amazing. All I want to do is curl up and binge watch the rest of the series. But things like work and Impus Major's finals just get in the way. Pesky life!

But it did set me to wondering: Why is it that I so love the gradual pace of Wife, but I couldn't stand it in Things? Am I more patient with anime because I expect a richer, more rewarding tale? Do I like the world and the characters more (I honestly think that's it)?

Just one more place where you take a moment to reflect on your reactions to things and think, "Wow. I'm really weird."

Addendum: On the other hand, I'm really disappointed that George R. R. Martin essentially said, "If you want to see how A Song of Ice and Fire ends, you're going to have to watch the show, because I've given up on writing the books."
I don't think the show is poorly done, but finding 90+ hours (or whatever) to watch a TV show is MUCH harder than finding 90+ hours to read a series of books. I'd just rather not watch the show, but I want to know how the story ends.

So maybe it's just an anime-vs-live action bias.

I just find it... curious.

I felt about Twin Peaks the way you do about Stranger Things

Cap'n Siskel, FaWtLy Critic wrote:

I love the first season of Stranger Things.

It might be the single best thing ever created for television.

I prefer the second, but the first was amazing.


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NobodysHome wrote:

Impus Major: Oh my god! It's attained sentience! That's what you get when you don't clean under the couch!

I am doomed.


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Season two of Stranger Things is exceptional so far, even though they're totally gonna kill Samwise (shows don't just add two main characters at once without one of them dying, and they can't kill Max because plucky teenage girls are invincible).

Edit:

Spoiler:
Called it! In classic Jurassic Park fashion!


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Orthos wrote:
It'd have to be one of those two or Princess Mononoke for me.

Though I’ve not seen all of them, I’ve seen many, and Princess’ and Whisper of the Heart are my two favorites.


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Jared's Commercial (Man's voice): This Valentine's Day, I'm going to give my girl the ONE thing she'll love forever: A diamond ring!
NobodysWife: Good thing you know it's not you!


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NobodysHome: So I assume it's safe to plan a game for Valentine's Day, because none of your friends are going to have dates, right?
Impus Major: Uncontrollable laughter.


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Page 47! Woot!


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... look, small victories.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
I just finished watching Spirited Away. That and Howl's Moving Castle are my favorite of Miyazaki's movies. Having said that, they are all very good.
Spirited Away was a good movie. If you get the chance, watch The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya and let me know what you think.

Great series. Both in chronological order, and in the original airing order!… Though I think the original airing order is probably a better over-all experience, so long as you realize that it is not-not!-The chronological order of events!


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Scintillae wrote:
It really depends on the player and character. There are some painfully one-note evils and pallies, and there are incredibly well thought-out examples of the same.

Two Paladins of mine:

- Herdlamb, the half-elf paladin who is part of the Oneist Order of Eternal Vigilance - an order devoted to maintaining the barrier against a literally fiendish desert (after Pathfinder, before I’d ever really heard of Mendev or the Worldwound; besides, this one is all hobgoblins and devils not demons and witches); anyway, the order has been slowly dying out - not too many people are willing to throw their lives away at guarding a desert bound by a mountainous pass on the off-chance devil-infested hobgoblins might spread their taint by dying out in the rest of the world. So, to keep up their numbers, the Order has early on established an “all must breed as often as possible” rule (to keep numbers up; parents are given time off for pregnancy) and really overturned family systems - to the point where marriage stopped existing and people kept track of their families by complex back tattoos given at birth, to ensure no accidental inbreeding. Herdlamb was one of those who, though born and raised, was so focused on The Mission, he had not found any lover yet - the few times he’d come close had never amounted to anything - mostly due to dead would-be partners. And so, when he was given his official Recruitment Drive mission... (yes, his story arc was “Paladin Sexy Spring Break” - the definitely- of-named-that sacred rite all of his order were expected to do to either make new recruits - literally or figuratively - or just find enjoyment in life in addition to duty (as life was often brutal and relatively short for the order).
- {name I’ve forgotten; look, it’s been years}: human dude, prince of a small nation, had been seduced by a blue-themed water fry of some kind who had disappeared and had taken to adventuring to find her again
- {name I’ve forgotten; he went by three, and after thirteen years I remember none}: the eighth in a family sent to a monastery to live; he grew into a slick-tongued peace-mongering warrior who convinced ten landings of kobolds that he was on their side, got some bad guys to agree to help him stop some bad guys, and accidentally summoned another dude’s non-evil god in order to play a divine gambling game of cards to destroy an avatar of Hextor; he lost by 1 point, but had gone for his third consecutive “double or nothing” win with said god before losing, leaving the god impressed enough at his gumption and luck to seal the avatar more, and leave using friends with their lives and basically help them win the adventure anyway


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OK, so it’s three paladins of mine, not to I can count!… Also, I’m on my phone, and I had forgotten how many paladins I said that I would write about, and didn’t feel like scrolling up to look, so I wouldn’t lose my place, that can be really irritating to find again later! Whoops! Enjoy the extra stories, I guess?


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Tacticslion wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
I just finished watching Spirited Away. That and Howl's Moving Castle are my favorite of Miyazaki's movies. Having said that, they are all very good.
Spirited Away was a good movie. If you get the chance, watch The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya and let me know what you think.
Great series. Both in chronological order, and in the original airing order!… Though I think the original airing order is probably a better over-all experience, so long as you realize that it is not-not!-The chronological order of events!

No, Tac. Melancholy was the series, Disappearance is a stand-alone movie.


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Tacticslion wrote:
lynora wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Kidlet went to his first anime club meeting after school today. He says it was fun, so that's good. It's hard for him to join school activities since his schedule is already so packed with martial arts practices, but this works out for him.
Please inform the kidlet that I have over 200 titles. If he wants a recommendation, never hesitate to ask me. What genre is he most interested in?
He'll watch anything if the story is good enough. I started him out with Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, and then went on to Soul Eater and The Devil is a Part-Timer. He's not so keen on romance, but can overlook that in some cases. Much to my surprise and amusement Ouran High School Host Club is one of his favorites. We watched stuff together at first, but then he started watching things on his own. I think he was rewatching Madoka Magica (sp?) last I knew. Basically I've lost track of everything he's seen by now. :)

Ouran' wasn't nearly as much a romance as it seemed like it tried to purport to be, and - as a result - was better than I thought it could be. It was still out there, but more enjoyable.

Still not seen FMA or FMA:B. >.>

I... didn't enjoy Soul Eater nearly as much as I thought I would. It had a lot of elements I liked, but just didn't gel for me in the way I wanted.

TDiaPT was much better than I thought, though it had... uh... moments. >.>

I... am actually kind of surprised you're okay with Depression and Why Everything is Always Bad; or: Let Me Ruin Life, er, I mean, Madoka', as it can be quite... intense.
(Really well made, though.)

One of the first anime my wife and I watched together was Princess Tutu and, frankly, it still comes recommended, if you can find it.

(The box art for the collected set, though, is truly out-there, though. It's literally a fan-service box with a show that... isn't. Like, there's even a point at which a naked dude...

I find that the kidlet and I actually have some really good conversations about stuff when he watches things that have difficult themes. Luckily he still likes talking to me about stuff so we’ve had some good talks about morality, mental illness, etc. while talking over different animes he’s seen. :)


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At the doctors office with the kidlet. He’s been sick for a couple of days, but took a turn for the worse today. Might be flu. And now he’s even more annoyed with me for making him get a flu shot this year. :(


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NobodysHome wrote:

Jared's Commercial (Man's voice): This Valentine's Day, I'm going to give my girl the ONE thing she'll love forever: A diamond ring!

NobodysWife: Good thing you know it's not you!

checks thermostat


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lynora wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
lynora wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Kidlet went to his first anime club meeting after school today. He says it was fun, so that's good. It's hard for him to join school activities since his schedule is already so packed with martial arts practices, but this works out for him.
Please inform the kidlet that I have over 200 titles. If he wants a recommendation, never hesitate to ask me. What genre is he most interested in?
He'll watch anything if the story is good enough. I started him out with Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, and then went on to Soul Eater and The Devil is a Part-Timer. He's not so keen on romance, but can overlook that in some cases. Much to my surprise and amusement Ouran High School Host Club is one of his favorites. We watched stuff together at first, but then he started watching things on his own. I think he was rewatching Madoka Magica (sp?) last I knew. Basically I've lost track of everything he's seen by now. :)

Ouran' wasn't nearly as much a romance as it seemed like it tried to purport to be, and - as a result - was better than I thought it could be. It was still out there, but more enjoyable.

Still not seen FMA or FMA:B. >.>

I... didn't enjoy Soul Eater nearly as much as I thought I would. It had a lot of elements I liked, but just didn't gel for me in the way I wanted.

TDiaPT was much better than I thought, though it had... uh... moments. >.>

I... am actually kind of surprised you're okay with Depression and Why Everything is Always Bad; or: Let Me Ruin Life, er, I mean, Madoka', as it can be quite... intense.
(Really well made, though.)

One of the first anime my wife and I watched together was Princess Tutu and, frankly, it still comes recommended, if you can find it.

(The box art for the collected set, though, is truly out-there, though. It's literally a fan-service box with a show that... isn't. Like, there's even

...

So very, very proud...


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lynora wrote:
At the doctors office with the kidlet. He’s been sick for a couple of days, but took a turn for the worse today. Might be flu. And now he’s even more annoyed with me for making him get a flu shot this year. :(

please heal up, young man. And you too lynora, as you will inevitably get sick as all moms do.


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My eleven hour shift is about to end. Closing the computer down. I'll see everyone later.


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OK. This is quite possibly the worst phone phishing I have ever encountered:

Roboticized Woman's Voice: Dear Customer. This is Microsoft. This is to inform you that Microsoft Windows will be stopped on your computer. Please call toll-free at xxx-xxx-xxxx.

Paraphrased, "If you are a COMPLETE AND UTTER GULLIBLE MORON, please CALL US!"


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We got those a few months ago.


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Well, the rapid flu test was negative. So it’s some other nasty virus with all the same symptoms. Or a false negative. One of these. Either way, he’s supposed to get plenty of rest and hydration, so I swung by the store and picked up all the sick day specials: Gatorade, jello, and popsicles. Of course now I need to email all of his teachers individually to ask for his homework so he can catch up over the weekend. He ought to email himself, but he’s not thinking that clearly right now.


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Sharoth wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Oddball opinion here on Miyazaki: Porco Rosso.
I enjoyed it.

It’s really good.

It’s my brother in law’s favorites, though my statements stand.

Speaking of my betoehrt in law: he and his wife recently fiiiiiinally at my suggestion checked out Gravity Falls. Since doing so they have watched the series seven times or so.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
I just finished watching Spirited Away. That and Howl's Moving Castle are my favorite of Miyazaki's movies. Having said that, they are all very good.
Spirited Away was a good movie. If you get the chance, watch The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya and let me know what you think.
Great series. Both in chronological order, and in the original airing order!… Though I think the original airing order is probably a better over-all experience, so long as you realize that it is not-not!-The chronological order of events!
No, Tac. Melancholy was the series, Disappearance is a stand-alone movie.

... maybe the way YOU watched it...!

(By which, of course, I mean, “Whooooooops-!” - that said, that’s a great movie, too! I’d just forgotten in the the sea of shodddy memory that is my brain. Super important it comes after the series, though...)


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Freehold DM wrote:
lynora wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
lynora wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Kidlet went to his first anime club meeting after school today. He says it was fun, so that's good. It's hard for him to join school activities since his schedule is already so packed with martial arts practices, but this works out for him.
Please inform the kidlet that I have over 200 titles. If he wants a recommendation, never hesitate to ask me. What genre is he most interested in?
He'll watch anything if the story is good enough. I started him out with Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, and then went on to Soul Eater and The Devil is a Part-Timer. He's not so keen on romance, but can overlook that in some cases. Much to my surprise and amusement Ouran High School Host Club is one of his favorites. We watched stuff together at first, but then he started watching things on his own. I think he was rewatching Madoka Magica (sp?) last I knew. Basically I've lost track of everything he's seen by now. :)

Ouran' wasn't nearly as much a romance as it seemed like it tried to purport to be, and - as a result - was better than I thought it could be. It was still out there, but more enjoyable.

Still not seen FMA or FMA:B. >.>

I... didn't enjoy Soul Eater nearly as much as I thought I would. It had a lot of elements I liked, but just didn't gel for me in the way I wanted.

TDiaPT was much better than I thought, though it had... uh... moments. >.>

I... am actually kind of surprised you're okay with Depression and Why Everything is Always Bad; or: Let Me Ruin Life, er, I mean, Madoka', as it can be quite... intense.
(Really well made, though.)

One of the first anime my wife and I watched together was Princess Tutu and, frankly, it still comes recommended, if you can find it.

(The box art for the collected set, though, is truly out-there, though. It's literally a fan-service box with a show that...

...

Freehold literally beat me to the words. You should be proud - awesome kiddo!


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Scintillae wrote:
Kindle makes it a pain in the butt to flip back a few pages to reread something if I missed it. Physical book does not.

This. To me, it is less a matter of which one I like or don’t, but simply a matter of practical use and ability. I-love-PDFs like you don’t even know. But at the same time I often find that a physical book makes an in Normas difference in how easy A game is to run. While I can prep and do prep far more games from PDFs, or snippets, when I actually am running something, or trying to flip through something rapidly, or just get a sense of where I am, how big the book is, or other contextual clues that enhance my reading experience, a physical book is so much better than a PDF for my purposes. But! I really, really love my PDFs exclamation

Hi… The talk-type program, not so much.


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Gossip of today:

Certain Lord who hasn't appeared in FAWTLY in a while apparently got engaged today. Or so the facebook has just shown me.


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Trinam wrote:
stuff

Yay! Hello!

TriOmegaZero wrote:
stuff

Yay! Hello!

... also I totally always knew the difference between you the whole time and never got confused, that's for sure.

>.>

<.<

I THINK THEY BOUGHT I-!

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*scratches TL behind the ears*

Doggy!

Oh sometimes I think myself as a hexcrafter Leopard.

I don't have any issues with witches, since at least of casty classes they have more staying power.

Besides they're one way of getting condition removal without playing divine spellcasters, though these days I'm happier about it.

In the past I wouldn't play Clerics for fear that the GM would take away my powers on a whim.


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Tacticslion wrote:

A'IGHT~! PAGE 3640, BABY~! MAKIN' PROGRESS~!

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... dangit.

Top of 3652~! We' in this!


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lynora wrote:
At the doctors office with the kidlet. He’s been sick for a couple of days, but took a turn for the worse today. Might be flu. And now he’s even more annoyed with me for making him get a flu shot this year. :(

Hope the young chap gets better soon!

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*casts mass remove disease on everyone in the thread as well as their families*

I've been coughing since January and it's been a pain.

Lynora - I don't blame your kid for getting angry with you for making him get flu shots as NH came to the conclusion flu shots don't work since it's the wrong variety of flu that is running around.


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captain yesterday wrote:
I don't believe in using umbrellas.

You and me, both!


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Just a Mort wrote:

*casts mass remove disease on everyone in the thread as well as their families*

I've been coughing since January and it's been a pain.

Lynora - I don't blame your kid for getting angry with you for making him get flu shots as NH came to the conclusion flu shots don't work since it's the wrong variety of flu that is running around.

That's excessive. In the U.S. it's only 34% effective. But 34% is pretty darned good. All of us got the flu shot. Only 2 of the 4 of us got the flu in spite of massive exposure.

I think that says it was worth getting the shot right there, even if it didn't work for me.

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But it still didn't work for you at the end of the day heh.

We didn't get flu shots since we figured that there are too many varieties of flu out there.

Anyway - it's Chinese new year, so there's a hot pot to prepare for, lots of visiting to do, and it's considered socially unacceptable to be tweaking with your phone instead of talking to relatives you meet only once a year and have no Idea what to say to them.

TLDR: Will probably post less over the next few days.


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lisamarlene wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
  • lisamarlene, let me know whether the stove works for you. I have a bit of an excess:
    - When I was taking the kids car camping, I couldn't find one in storage so I bought a cheap one
    - When we were going on our eclipse trip, the nice German guy who'd been using the RV before us just gave us his really nice one
    - As I was cleaning out the shed on the rental house, I found my mother's top-of-the-line one
    - For the backpacking trip, I bought a high-end backpacking stove
    So yes, my family of 4 has 3 camp stoves and a backpacking stove. Either we're over-obsessed with camp cooking, or we have too many

    Unfortunately, those 1960s-era ones are indestructible monsters; I just hate the maintenance.


  • Anyway, gotta get to work, work all day, stealing the underpants, hey.

    I am going to test it either tonight or tomorrow morning; if for any reason I have doubts, I will call you.

    And thank you for the offer, and for the clarifications that will make it possible for me to ask if, in fact, I do need help.

    Test it outside. That way, if it flares up, you won't start a House Fire.
    lisamarlene wrote:

    "Why didja burn down the house, Bosco?"

    "It was laughing at me."

    Test it next to the house of someone you hate. Then you either end up with a working stove or an annoyance moving out of the neighborhood.

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    I've never talked to my parents on what I felt about movies/books. Firstly, my parents never watch movies with me, secondly, they don't care for the type of books I read and keep telling me to read books on self improvement/how to do financial planning, which I have really, no interest in.

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    Setting property not belonging to you on fire is considered arson.

    Defences to arson under lawful excuse:

    belief in consent

    belief that property was in immediate need of protection

    -Lawful Kitty.

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    Freehold DM wrote:
    Scintillae wrote:
    Scintillae wrote:

    "Ms. Scint, don't take this the wrong way, but I hope you never run for office or get any measure of political power."

    This may be the greatest compliment I've ever received...

    DANGIT. Other class is demanding I run in 2024. I'll run all right. Run away.
    If you run, I'll run.

    And if freehold runs, I'll run away.

    I wonder what he'd do in political office. Probably declare everyone should walk down the street naked.


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    lynora wrote:
    At the doctors office with the kidlet. He’s been sick for a couple of days, but took a turn for the worse today. Might be flu. And now he’s even more annoyed with me for making him get a flu shot this year. :(

    I hope the little one recovers very quickly.

    I've heard a lot of stories of people getting sick with the flu while, or after, getting the shot this year. Far more than normal from my circle of acquaintances. Far above the normal amount of paranoia, hypochondria, and misblame that hits every season.

    NobodysHome wrote:

    That's excessive. In the U.S. it's only 34% effective. But 34% is pretty darned good. All of us got the flu shot. Only 2 of the 4 of us got the flu in spite of massive exposure.

    I think that says it was worth getting the shot right there, even if it didn't work for me.

    It's 0% effective for me. I had the flu back in October. Can't really improve on that exposure.


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    Just a Mort wrote:

    Setting property not belonging to you on fire is considered arson.

    Defences to arson under lawful excuse:

    belief in consent

    belief that property was in immediate need of protection

    -Lawful Kitty.

    What was that? Im sorry, I couldn't hear you, I was busy burning things.

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    TL, you're a crab? I'm a crab too?

    *Hi-claws*

    So yes when I get upset I retreat into my shell, like this.

    Like cover turtles.

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    Freehold DM wrote:
    Just a Mort wrote:

    Setting property not belonging to you on fire is considered arson.

    Defences to arson under lawful excuse:

    belief in consent

    belief that property was in immediate need of protection

    -Lawful Kitty.

    What was that? Im sorry, I couldn't hear you, I was busy burning things.

    Reminds me of this


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    Just a Mort wrote:
    Freehold DM wrote:
    Scintillae wrote:
    Scintillae wrote:

    "Ms. Scint, don't take this the wrong way, but I hope you never run for office or get any measure of political power."

    This may be the greatest compliment I've ever received...

    DANGIT. Other class is demanding I run in 2024. I'll run all right. Run away.
    If you run, I'll run.

    And if freehold runs, I'll run away.

    I wonder what he'd do in political office. Probably declare everyone should walk down the street naked.

    why walk when you can jog? It is not just exercise, it is more fun for people watching!

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    The jiggling, I take it?

    *raises an eyebrow*

    Mind you some people have knee problems, and about jiggling, sports bra are there for a reason ^^


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    Rantraptor wrote:

    Death!! Death to math!!!

    *sneezes through beak -- somehow*

    And: Thanks, Mort!! :)

    *ponders*

    Do ya think . . . ?

    If we kill math, do we kill taxes, too??

    Hmmmmmmm . . . ...

    No. It just gives people an easier way to take more of your stuff with no way for you to prove otherwise, meaning you're basically losing more stuff just because people want to take it.

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