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Nekkid and cranky???


Aberzombie wrote:

Grabbed my coffee mug this afternoon to go get some water. As I was passing by the coffee pot I noticed there was just a little left. So I got that instead, then made a fresh pot for the late stayers. Drank some of that when it was done.

I'm not sure if this is good or bad.

Mmmmm coffee!!

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Callous Jack wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

Grabbed my coffee mug this afternoon to go get some water. As I was passing by the coffee pot I noticed there was just a little left. So I got that instead, then made a fresh pot for the late stayers. Drank some of that when it was done.

I'm not sure if this is good or bad.

At least Terry Tate didn't get you.

One of the Greatest. Videos. Ever!!!!

The Navy actually did a spoof video of this, but it was on a carrier and a Chief (I think) was the one doing the tackling. It was hilarious.

Osirion

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Solnes wrote:
Took a nap, woke up extremely cranky. :S

I woke up cranky the other day, but then I told her to go back to sleep.


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

@Jess,.....if you have to have it weeded, the only thing that works is to get a weeding service; I have to have one as well.

But, yeah; your HOA can go screw itsself and suck my HOA's b%!*&&+! as well.

Home owners association? Really? Those exist? I thought they were a bad joke or something.


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Great day, but so tired. Gave the doubles of my PF minis that I didn't want and would work as PCs to my nephews -- four each. They had such a good time choosing and were already thinking about making up characters for them some day.


Freehold DM wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

@Jess,.....if you have to have it weeded, the only thing that works is to get a weeding service; I have to have one as well.

But, yeah; your HOA can go screw itsself and suck my HOA's b%!*&&+! as well.

Home owners association? Really? Those exist? I thought they were a bad joke or something.

They exist. And they are a bad joke. A bad cosmic joke. If I ever do get another house, the existence of an hoa is a total deal breaker.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

One thing the wife and I looked for when buying our place was no HOA.


I live in Brooklyn, so HOAs are relatively non existent here. My mom lives in a condo, but that's about it.


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I have the working title to my first novella.

"How to Function on Three Hours Sleep and Work the Graveyard Shift"

Off to work in under two hours, wish me luck.

Shadow Lodge

Aberzombie wrote:
Tooooommmmm!!!! I know you're here! Next time you see my brother you tell him I want my $2!!!

With pleasure!

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

We don’t really have Home Owners Associations here (at least not by the same name or with the same organisational structure or powers) ... I really hear nothing good about them (mind you, most of what I hear about them comes from tv shows). Do most people in the US who own their home have to be part of a HOA, or is it only in certain areas or certain types of housing? (Based on Aberzombie's and FHDM's comments it doesn't appear to be universal).


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I gotta a HOA. Although, it's a little bit different because we own shares in the common property.

By the way, I'm taking requests, for those who communicate by PIEOGRAM. (And I need to undertake the request tonight in time for tomorrow!)

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion Subscriber

I could probably have found a home without an HOA if I"d continued looking. time was a serious issue for me. The fees are not too bad.

If the orders from the HOA are due to the state of my lawn 3 weeks ago, that's one thing. If they're willing to be reasonable on the weed thing (I'm putting weed killer down, keeping it mowed), I won't b@@** too much. But if they're going to give me crap because my grass died in the drought last year, I"m going to be pissed off!

Qadira

Depends on the state, the city and the neighborhood. There is not one where I live, however 1/2 a mile away there is a fairly cranky one where a buddy lives.


Here they're limited to certain areas for houses, and pretty common where there are condos.


Mothman wrote:
We don’t really have Home Owners Associations here (at least not by the same name or with the same organisational structure or powers) ... I really hear nothing good about them (mind you, most of what I hear about them comes from tv shows). Do most people in the US who own their home have to be part of a HOA, or is it only in certain areas or certain types of housing? (Based on Aberzombie's and FHDM's comments it doesn't appear to be universal).

You don't have to; I really regret getting into a house with one.

My mom's neigborhood a few miles away doesn't have one, and I think her neighborhood looks nicer than mine.

Silver Crusade

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The traveling is going well.

On day 1, we crossed the desert to Vegas. I'm familiar with the California desert, so nothing novel there. We did not think we would be Vegas people, and we were right. The hotel was s$!$ty - we had to wait in line 30 minutes just to check in, had crappy dinner, walked around for a little while, and then tried to go to bed, but there was hair on the sheets. It looked like body hair. All over. It was freaking 1 am and I had to call the front desk and get moved to a new room. That is just gross. Maybe if I liked gambling, I would have taken to the city more.

On day 2, we drove across the Nevada desert towards Utah. That desert is more deserty than any of the deserts I had seen previously. Miles of sand. Once we hit Southern Utah, the landscape became very dramatic. Barren hills with pillars of rock piercing up at random, with huge canyons everywhere you look. And that area is deserted. I apologize for every time in my life I have said of a place, "there is nothing there." I can say with certainty that there was always more in those places than there is in southern Utah. Still, a beautiful place. The dry air and high elevations messed with my sinuses, though. We stayed in a tiny town along the Interstate, which worked out just fine.

On day 3, we drove across the Rockies to Denver. The Interstate was over 11,000 feet at one point. That makes for a difficult drive. We stopped for coffee in one of the resort towns, though, and bought cappuccinos and croissants from a surly Frenchman. All in all, a beautiful drive and now we are in Denver.

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Glad the travel is going well CH. Erk on the hairy bed in Vegas, I can imagine worse things to find but not that many ... That landscape in southern Utah sounds amazing.

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Interesting on the HOAs ... I guess they are not so dissimilar to the body corporate of a Strata or Community Title as we have here, but it seems there are more horror stories associated with them than what you seem to get with Strata or Community titles here.

Qadira

I hope the rest of the trip is more enjoyable CH.

Andoran

Drunken play-by-posting is somewhat difficult, even if your character is also drunk.


Shiny, you are still awake?

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Drunken play-by-posting is somewhat difficult, even if your character is also drunk.

That's right, your character doesn't need to be able to type or spell.

Silver Crusade

Crimson Jester wrote:
I hope the rest of the trip is more enjoyable CH.

I don't mean to make it sound bad. We've seen lots of amazing country. Apart from not caring much for Vegas and the arid, rarified air messing with me, I have no complaints.


I too hope that your trip goes well, CH.


Gahhh!!! Good Old Games.com has just too many good old games that i want to play. DRAT!!! Hell, I do not have the time to do the stuff that I need to, much less add on the time to play 50+ old (but good) games.

Andoran

Sharoth wrote:
Shiny, you are still awake?

Well, my body is.


Ah. I should be a good friend and tell you to get some sleep. ~looks at the clock~ I should be the only one up at this time.

Andoran

Sharoth wrote:
Ah. I should be a good friend and tell you to get some sleep. ~looks at the clock~ I should be the only one up at this time.

Dude, you get some sleep. If it's really you. I might be hallucinating.


~grins~ I can't sleep until around 8 am. I am at work until 7 am.

Andoran RPG Superstar 2010 Top 16

Every second cross street on my way to work seems to be a double entendre of some kind:

Kissing Point Road
Bobbin Head Road
Ryde Road
Mona Vale Road

If I asked a girl if I could Mona Vale, I'd get slapped.

Hmmm... maybe it's just me.

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Ha!

I think you have too much time on your hands on the drive to work.

Mind you, so do I ... I once worked out I pass something like 10 brothels and/or 'adult massage parlours' on my way to work. Pity I'm not a Council Inspector or in the HSU.


Wow. And you manage to MAKE it to work after passing by those places? ~grins and runs~


Isaac Asimov's The world of Carbon is an interesting read. Of course, almost all of Dr. Asimov's non-fiction books are interesting reads.

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Of course I do. It’s not all hookers and blow with me you know ... I’m not a lawyer. ;-)


*grumble* Morning *grumble*


Celestial Healer wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
I hope the rest of the trip is more enjoyable CH.
I don't mean to make it sound bad. We've seen lots of amazing country. Apart from not caring much for Vegas and the arid, rarified air messing with me, I have no complaints.

I think I would like Vegas, but I like to gamble


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Drunken play-by-posting is somewhat difficult, even if your character is also drunk.

Enjoying a lil drink?

Osirion

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Good morning fellow FAWTLY Folk. Happy Thursday! This is the start of day 4 without soda. I don't intend to stop drinking it completely, but it's nice to know I can go a few days without and still function normally (albeit with the aid of coffee in the morning).

Stayed up later than usual again last night. DAMN YOU HERO LAB!!!

shakes fist

Still, I completed work on two more NPC villains for my PaizoCon adventure. So now I've got the basic outline done, maps done, some villains done, and have started writing out and developing encounters. I'm so proud of myself, I think I'll reward myself with some beer.

Not right now, of course......

Osirion

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I keep hearing the words "donut run" coming from my co-workers mouths, but so far nothing.

G~+@*$n teases.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Mmmm....animal crackers

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

All right. Very short miniblitz this has been.

Gotta go see some chicks about some drawings.


Ahahahahahahaha!!! Messing with hubby's bosses head. Naughty texting him. :P


LOL! I would have loved to see his face when he got that text!!!


Hahahahaha!!!!! He is such a ditz! An honest one though...he stopped me. He thinks I was texting hubby and mixed up the numbers. I was curious as to whether he would stop me or let me continue.


I do so love the open road. I still have fond memories of my first road trip. We drove through a hurricane, with a tornadoo just a few miles off from where we were. The sky turned a shade of purple I had never seen before or since. Ah, road trips.

Celestial Healer wrote:

The traveling is going well.

On day 1, we crossed the desert to Vegas. I'm familiar with the California desert, so nothing novel there. We did not think we would be Vegas people, and we were right. The hotel was s&@+ty - we had to wait in line 30 minutes just to check in, had crappy dinner, walked around for a little while, and then tried to go to bed, but there was hair on the sheets. It looked like body hair. All over. It was freaking 1 am and I had to call the front desk and get moved to a new room. That is just gross. Maybe if I liked gambling, I would have taken to the city more.

On day 2, we drove across the Nevada desert towards Utah. That desert is more deserty than any of the deserts I had seen previously. Miles of sand. Once we hit Southern Utah, the landscape became very dramatic. Barren hills with pillars of rock piercing up at random, with huge canyons everywhere you look. And that area is deserted. I apologize for every time in my life I have said of a place, "there is nothing there." I can say with certainty that there was always more in those places than there is in southern Utah. Still, a beautiful place. The dry air and high elevations messed with my sinuses, though. We stayed in a tiny town along the Interstate, which worked out just fine.

On day 3, we drove across the Rockies to Denver. The Interstate was over 11,000 feet at one point. That makes for a difficult drive. We stopped for coffee in one of the resort towns, though, and bought cappuccinos and croissants from a surly Frenchman. All in all, a beautiful drive and now we are in Denver.


Solnes wrote:
Ahahahahahahaha!!! Messing with hubby's bosses head. Naughty texting him. :P

O.O

What are you doing...?


Freehold DM wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Ahahahahahahaha!!! Messing with hubby's bosses head. Naughty texting him. :P

O.O

What are you doing...?

Naughty texting the hubby's boss.... just like I said. No worries, hunny knows. His idea. He is such an easy mark. >:)


I made it seem like I was trying to text hubby something naughty. And mixed up the numbers. .......

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