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Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

nekkid getting down to business!!


Well that's truly unfortunate. I hope they are able to come to some kind of accord.

Solnes wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Mothman wrote:
An excellent chance I would say.
On the other hand though, I do applaud his hiding place, I would never think to hide something in there.
I've never been a fan of hiding my porn, but I don't exactly leave it lying around. I've got tons of stuff I haven't even touched in years. Is she sure it's his and not a previous homeowner? Cuz that's how I found my very first sizeable stash of porn. I'm sorry I gave some of that stuff away, some of it may have been worth money to the right collector.

Apparently no, its not possible its not his. They have been there for the last two years, and the bath traps are inspected regularly.. it was not there the last time it was inspected. :P

Wasn't the pr0n that upset the woman, but the nature of it... it was stuff I refuse to carry in my store cause its so nasty and just wrong.:S


Aberzombie wrote:
nekkid getting down to business!!

now that's my kind of business.


So sleepy. Coffee is going to be important today :P


Ah. Took the bus instead of the bike today a forgot about today's date. Work is going to be either a lot or fun tonight or incredibly annoying.


Pathfinder Tales Subscriber

When I go into lecture now, I feel like it should have "I'm already gone!" blaring over the sound system.


Pathfinder Tales Subscriber
Solnes wrote:
So sleepy. Coffee is going to be important today :P

Yeah, I woke up with my brain cloudy and my tummy unhappy and my sinuses raging. Wish I'd gone to bed earlier.


The Minis Maniac wrote:
So I picked up some light reading today. 4 Super thick black leather gold leafed books The complete works of H. P. Lovecraft, and the Complete works of Robert E. Howard. Should keep me busy I think. Plus they were beautiful books

Where did you get those from?


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
When I go into lecture now, I feel like it should have "I'm already gone!" blaring over the sound system.

The song, you mean? I love that song.


Justin Franklin wrote:

Looks like I have a test in my future, how hard can a CCNA test be?

CCNA = Cisco Certified Network Associate? ~winces~ If you are going for that, then good luck. I have heard that it is hard. ~pulls out my copy of Book one on the CCNA~


TriOmegaZero wrote:

Netflix and some other streaming service I imagine.

Edit: Time-Warner?

Black Lagoon is Hollywood action films on thirteen illegal substances, FMA: Brotherhood is epic, Moribito has one of the greatest warrior protagonists I have ever seen, and Baccano is an awesome madcap story that Tarantino fans should love.

~laughter~ Just 13 for BL? I kind of thought it was more. Much, much more.


~sighs~ One of our two top techs will be leaving for another job in two weeks. ~curses~


TriOmegaZero wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Okay, I'm getting SICK of all free anime on TW and NF being about teens/school.

Moribito: Guardian of the Sacred Spirit* - Not watched yet

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood* - TOTALLY AWESOME!!!
Afro Samurai - Not watched yet.
Trigun - Not watched yet.
Samurai Champloo - Not watched yet.
Gurren Lagann - Bleh!
Claymore - Own it but not watched it yet.
Black Lagoon* - AWESOME and disturbing at times.
Baccano* - not watched yet.
Trinity Blood - not watched yet.
Spice and Wolf* - not watched yet.
Murder Princess - not watched yet.

It's there if you look.

*- Seriously, if you haven't watched these, you are criminally negligent.

I will add some more to that list once I get home.


Pathfinder Tales Subscriber
Freehold DM wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
When I go into lecture now, I feel like it should have "I'm already gone!" blaring over the sound system.
The song, you mean? I love that song.

Woo-hoo-hoo!


I like fma, but I'm not a fan, really. Watched afro samurai and trigun till my eyes bled, but didn't get into samurai champloo or Gurren Lagann -the latter seemed silly to me, and the mecha designs uninspired. Checked out a few Claymore eps, and I like the Manga better so far. I own black Lagoon, and I heard good things about Baccano, but I can't find it subbed. I have not heard of trinity blood or murder princess, but I have tons of pics of horo cosplay for spice and Wolf. I so need to watch more of that.

Sharoth wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Okay, I'm getting SICK of all free anime on TW and NF being about teens/school.

Moribito: Guardian of the Sacred Spirit* - Not watched yet

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood* - TOTALLY AWESOME!!!
Afro Samurai - Not watched yet.
Trigun - Not watched yet.
Samurai Champloo - Not watched yet.
Gurren Lagann - Bleh!
Claymore - Own it but not watched it yet.
Black Lagoon* - AWESOME and disturbing at times.
Baccano* - not watched yet.
Trinity Blood - not watched yet.
Spice and Wolf* - not watched yet.
Murder Princess - not watched yet.

It's there if you look.

*- Seriously, if you haven't watched these, you are criminally negligent.

I will add some more to that list once I get home.

Silver Crusade

Morning, all. What did I miss?


Moorluck wrote:

No really, I was just doing my job. And the poor guy wasn't even there to defend himself.

** spoiler omitted **

Ouch.

"Ouch" is an understatement.

Too deviant; even for me.


Morning everyone, I'm serving a nutritious wholesome breakfast.


Want coffee. I have not had nearly enough caffeine for this.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Okay, I'm getting SICK of all free anime on TW and NF being about teens/school.

Moribito: Guardian of the Sacred Spirit*

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood*
Afro Samurai
Trigun
Samurai Champloo
Gurren Lagann
Claymore
Black Lagoon*
Baccano*
Trinity Blood
Spice and Wolf*
Murder Princess

It's there if you look.

*- Seriously, if you haven't watched these, you are criminally negligent.

Loved Moribito until the ending. Found AS pretty disappointing -- esp. the end. Trigun never appealed. SC is one of my all time faves. Claymore was okay. GL -- will have to check. Black Lagoon -- never heard of it. Trinity Blood -- liked some episodes, had trouble holding my attn over all. May give another chance. Spice and Wolf -- Really liked it! Murder Princess, also liked. So I may be scrapping the bottom of NF's free barrel and coming up with all teen school crap.

EDIT: Was momentarily confused. No, I loved Moribito all the way to the end.

I've never seen a single one of these.

In fact, I don't think I've sat through an entire anime.

Silver Crusade

Hand some this way, Breakfast Roll!


Hands Lynora an extra-large cup of superbean java

Pitches the bacon-n-cheese super-roll special to CH


hi everyone


Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion Subscriber

Morning.

Cheliax

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules Subscriber
Moorluck wrote:

No really, I was just doing my job. And the poor guy wasn't even there to defend himself.

** spoiler omitted **

Ouch.

WOW, That sent shivers down my spine. Very creepy.


Urizen wrote:
Moorluck wrote:

No really, I was just doing my job. And the poor guy wasn't even there to defend himself.

** spoiler omitted **

Ouch.

"Ouch" is an understatement.

Too deviant; even for me.

It doesn't sound like anything id be into either, but I've been mislead by shocking titles before, especially when dealing with stuff from Japan.


Ugh. So my dad decides that instead of calling me yesterday to let me know what his plans are like he told me he would, texts me right before getting on a plane that he's going to be at my place this evening. No time or anything. No idea if he's staying over, although probably. (Not a big deal, but it would have been nice to have a heads-up.) Aargh. He drives me nuts sometimes.


Solnes wrote:
Moorluck wrote:

Nekkid exposing to a pretty woman?

Sure, why not. ;)

If I were you... I wouldn't >:/

Not even if he was exposing himself to you? O.o

Taldor

Catching up here...

Positive waves for Felix!

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
When I go into lecture now, I feel like it should have "I'm already gone!" blaring over the sound system.

Zzzzzzz...huh, what? Did you say something?

Cheliax

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules Subscriber
Urinsane wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Moorluck wrote:

Nekkid exposing to a pretty woman?

Sure, why not. ;)

If I were you... I wouldn't >:/
Not even if he was exposing himself to you? O.o

Perhaps someone is wishing Moorluck would expose himself to them? eh there Emperor 7?


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber
Sharoth wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:

Looks like I have a test in my future, how hard can a CCNA test be?

CCNA = Cisco Certified Network Associate? ~winces~ If you are going for that, then good luck. I have heard that it is hard. ~pulls out my copy of Book one on the CCNA~

Yep that would be the one. I took courses when I was in school a few years ago, but never took the test. Now it maybe needed at work. At least I don't have to pay for the first try.

Andoran Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Hello! I hope everyone is doing well. Work has been busy--we're trying to get a build done for QA, and it was being extremely stubborn, but we prevailed. I hope to be around more this weekend.

Taldor

3 people marked this as a favorite.

By the way, for those pirate fans, the Pathfinder Paper Minis for the Wormwood Mutiny are now up!

Yarrr.

Cheliax

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules Subscriber

Yarrr

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
taig wrote:

Hello! I hope everyone is doing well. Work has been busy--we're trying to get a build done for QA, and it was being extremely stubborn, but we prevailed. I hope to be around more this weekend.

And you are......?

:)


Arrhhh! Avast!


Justin Franklin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:

Looks like I have a test in my future, how hard can a CCNA test be?

CCNA = Cisco Certified Network Associate? ~winces~ If you are going for that, then good luck. I have heard that it is hard. ~pulls out my copy of Book one on the CCNA~
Yep that would be the one. I took courses when I was in school a few years ago, but never took the test. Now it maybe needed at work. At least I don't have to pay for the first try.

Good luck on that.


Guys,

have I ever told you about the heros of my teenage years?

There is this german-language Punk Rock Band

Die Toten Hosen
(lit. The Dead Trousers, meaning Nothing's going on)

They sold 10 million records to 80 million Germans.
They are the only band I know who concider their road crew and even the secretaries in their office as band members. And they have Members of Honor: Joey Ramone, Joe Strummer, Johnny Thunders.
Keith Richards once said "you only leave the Rolling Stones dead", well you NEVER leave the Hosen, former Members are listed "off duty".
they own a piece of land on their hometowns (Düsseldorf) graveyard where they will be buried in stage formation with roadies, manager and producer behind them.
(Bear with me here, I will get to a point)

Here they are headlining europes biggest Rock festival in Europe
2008 and in 2005 and in 2004 and they will again in 2012 notice how their name is listed as big as Metallicas?
(Yes, yes, there is a point)

I saw them the first time in 1995, they played 17 songs, then 17 encores, after 3 hours the lights went on, we left the arena and on the parking lot was a truck with PA and the Hosen played ANOTHER 4 SONGS ON THE PARKING LOT (no, still not the reason I post this)

Point so far: they are BIG
This Year is their 30 years anniversery and they celebrate by doing their largest "MAgical Mystery Tour" ever.

that means: you send them a video and explain why the should play at your house and promise that there will be alcohol and food and a place to sleep.
than they play in your cellar
or at your local Fire Department
on a tourist boat in Hamburg
or if you moved to frickin Iceland, no problem

they done this once a year in the past, this year they do a whole tour!


Gruumash . wrote:
Urinsane wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Moorluck wrote:

Nekkid exposing to a pretty woman?

Sure, why not. ;)

If I were you... I wouldn't >:/
Not even if he was exposing himself to you? O.o
Perhaps someone is wishing Moorluck would expose himself to them? eh there Emperor 7?

Who says he hasn't? hehe

Nah, just that his wife should consider herself a pretty woman. Therefore, making it OK for him to expose himself to a pretty woman. :D


Justin Franklin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:

Looks like I have a test in my future, how hard can a DCNA test be?

DCNA = Disco Certified Network Associate? ~winces~ If you are going for that, then good luck. I have heard that it is hard. ~pulls out my copy of Book one on the DCNA~
Yep that would be the one. I took courses when I was in school a few years ago, but never took the test. Now it maybe needed at work. At least I don't have to pay for the first try.

They still teach disco classes?! But you need to network with people to take them?


Emperor7 wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:

Looks like I have a test in my future, how hard can a DCNA test be?

DCNA = Disco Certified Network Associate? ~winces~ If you are going for that, then good luck. I have heard that it is hard. ~pulls out my copy of Book one on the DCNA~
Yep that would be the one. I took courses when I was in school a few years ago, but never took the test. Now it maybe needed at work. At least I don't have to pay for the first try.
They still teach disco classes?! But you need to network with people to take them?

Disco is not dead! Disco is LIFE!!!

(What movie is that quote from?)


Sharoth wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
So I picked up some light reading today. 4 Super thick black leather gold leafed books The complete works of H. P. Lovecraft, and the Complete works of Robert E. Howard. Should keep me busy I think. Plus they were beautiful books
Where did you get those from?

Got them from the local bookstore a Canadian chain. But I suppose I can get you the amazon links. Just give me a minute or two.


Pathfinder Tales Subscriber
Captain Aberzombie wrote:
Arrhhh! Avast!

You know, the more I look at this avatar, the more I am convinced it should be Zombie Hitler or perhaps Fuhrer Zombie.


3 people marked this as a favorite.
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
So I picked up some light reading today. 4 Super thick black leather gold leafed books The complete works of H. P. Lovecraft, and the Complete works of Robert E. Howard. Should keep me busy I think. Plus they were beautiful books
Where did you get those from?
Got them from the local bookstore a Canadian chain. But I suppose I can get you the amazon links. Just give me a minute or two.

There are the softcover and hardcover versions, I got the hardcovers cause they just look cooler...

Necronomicon , Eldritch Tales , The Complete Chronicles of Conan , Conan's Brethren . And that's all.


aeglos wrote:

Guys,

have I ever told you about the heros of my teenage years?

There is this german-language Punk Rock Band

Die Toten Hosen
(lit. The Dead Trousers, meaning Nothing's going on)

They sold 10 million records to 80 million Germans.
They are the only band I know who concider their road crew and even the secretaries in their office as band members. And they have Members of Honor: Joey Ramone, Joe Strummer, Johnny Thunders.
Keith Richards once said "you only leave the Rolling Stones dead", well you NEVER leave the Hosen, former Members are listed "off duty".
they own a piece of land on their hometowns (Düsseldorf) graveyard where they will be buried in stage formation with roadies, manager and producer behind them.
(Bear with me here, I will get to a point)

Here they are headlining europes biggest Rock festival in Europe
2008 and in 2005 and in 2004 and they will again in 2012 notice how their name is listed as big as Metallicas?
(Yes, yes, there is a point)

I saw them the first time in 1995, they played 17 songs, then 17 encores, after 3 hours the lights went on, we left the arena and on the parking lot was a truck with PA and the Hosen played ANOTHER 4 SONGS ON THE PARKING LOT (no, still not the reason I post this)

Point so far: they are BIG
This Year is their 30 years anniversery and they celebrate by doing their largest "MAgical Mystery Tour" ever.

that means: you send them a video and explain why the should play at your house and promise that there will be alcohol and food and a place to sleep.
than they play in your cellar
or at your local Fire Department
on a tourist boat in Hamburg...

Didn't they sponsor Fortuna Düsseldorf one season when the club were in dire need of money, too?


I'm heading over to run my Pathfinder Beginner Box Rise of the Runelords game with my brother-in-law and nephews. I'll be curious to see how far they get through Thistletop.


The Minis Maniac wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
So I picked up some light reading today. 4 Super thick black leather gold leafed books The complete works of H. P. Lovecraft, and the Complete works of Robert E. Howard. Should keep me busy I think. Plus they were beautiful books
Where did you get those from?
Got them from the local bookstore a Canadian chain. But I suppose I can get you the amazon links. Just give me a minute or two.

There are the softcover and hardcover versions, I got the hardcovers cause they just look cooler...

Necronomicon , Eldritch Tales , The Complete Chronicles of Conan , Conan's Brethren . And that's all.

Thanks!


Sharoth wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:

Looks like I have a test in my future, how hard can a DCNA test be?

DCNA = Disco Certified Network Associate? ~winces~ If you are going for that, then good luck. I have heard that it is hard. ~pulls out my copy of Book one on the DCNA~
Yep that would be the one. I took courses when I was in school a few years ago, but never took the test. Now it maybe needed at work. At least I don't have to pay for the first try.
They still teach disco classes?! But you need to network with people to take them?

Disco is not dead! Disco is LIFE!!!

(What movie is that quote from?)

Proud to answer...

Spoiler:
...that I don't know :D


Emperor7 wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:

Looks like I have a test in my future, how hard can a DCNA test be?

DCNA = Disco Certified Network Associate? ~winces~ If you are going for that, then good luck. I have heard that it is hard. ~pulls out my copy of Book one on the DCNA~
Yep that would be the one. I took courses when I was in school a few years ago, but never took the test. Now it maybe needed at work. At least I don't have to pay for the first try.
They still teach disco classes?! But you need to network with people to take them?

Disco is not dead! Disco is LIFE!!!

(What movie is that quote from?)

Proud to answer...

** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:

Sharoth wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:

Looks like I have a test in my future, how hard can a DCNA test be?

DCNA = Disco Certified Network Associate? ~winces~ If you are going for that, then good luck. I have heard that it is hard. ~pulls out my copy of Book one on the DCNA~
Yep that would be the one. I took courses when I was in school a few years ago, but never took the test. Now it maybe needed at work. At least I don't have to pay for the first try.
They still teach disco classes?! But you need to network with people to take them?

Disco is not dead! Disco is LIFE!!!

(What movie is that quote from?)

Proud to answer...

** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **

hehe. Been a while since I've seen that. :)

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