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Osirion

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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
I grew up in Texas, which is hotter'n hell.

Have you ever been to Hell? Then you really can't make an informed judgement, can you Rudolpho?

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Glutton wrote:
but in Louisiana it would just flood right?

As with most things.....it depends.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Good morning to all my fellow FAWTLY Folk! Happy FRIDAY!!!!!!!

Woot! We made it to the end of another work week!!!


So good news and bad news for "Fringe" fans. Fox has renewed the series for a 5th season. Bad news is it will only be 13 episodes and it will be the final season.

Osirion

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That's OK. It gives them a chance to concentrate on properly wrapping up the series, and gives me 13 more hours of John Noble FAWESOMENESS!!!


~snarls, growls, and grumbles as I work on my bills~ *@&%$*$@!!! ~sighs~ It sucks being (around) half a paycheck behind.


Also watched "The Cabin in the Woods". I loved it.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

I've heard good things about Cabin. Not sure if I'll get a chance to see it in the theater, but I will eventually see it.


Pathfinder Tales Subscriber

Never heard of a FaWTLy named John Noble. What's his alias?
Who says I haven't been to hell?
Who the hell's Rudolpho?
Naked bleariness? Check.
Bills first thing in the morning? That's like grade reports first thing in the morning. Blargh.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Never heard of a FaWTLy named John Noble. What's his alias?

John Noble the actor is, sadly, not a FAWTLY. But he is a Fucking AWESOME actor. Played Denethor in LotR.

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Who says I haven't been to hell?

You have a point. There are many hells. One of mine looks like a vat of mayonnaise.

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Who the hell's Rudolpho?

Rodolfo Lasparri of Palermo, Sicily


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
Now what?
Try to take over the world?
Take over the world?

Err, hmmm...planning to take over the world is my department. After all, I work on that every day.


Skittles for everyone!


The Minis Maniac wrote:
Also watched "The Cabin in the Woods". I loved it.

any comparison to Cube?

Silver Crusade

Morning, all. What did I miss?


Aberzombie wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
I grew up in Texas, which is hotter'n hell.
Have you ever been to Hell? Then you really can't make an informed judgement, can you Rudolpho?

Hell is just a few miles from here. Texas is most definitely hotter than Hell. ;P


Doing some last minute studying before I go take another test. It is becoming more and more deserted here. Just two more tests and then I'll be done too.


Freehold DM wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Also watched "The Cabin in the Woods". I loved it.
any comparison to Cube?

Cool plot twists, sort of almost a horror comedy, I compare to a lot of the Buffy series. But what you expect when Joss Whedon was one of the writers. :P


Br@in wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
Now what?
Try to take over the world?
Take over the world?
Err, hmmm...planning to take over the world is my department. After all, I work on that every day.

Work on what Br@in?


Does this person not have an office? Study areas not the place for a conference call over skype. I don't need to know that much about your business. :/


P1nky wrote:
Br@in wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
Now what?
Try to take over the world?
Take over the world?
Err, hmmm...planning to take over the world is my department. After all, I work on that every day.
Work on what Br@in?

Planning to take over the world, Pinky!


lynora wrote:
Does this person not have an office? Study areas not the place for a conference call over skype. I don't need to know that much about your business. :/

I think half the time people do this crap to make others think that they're more important then they are. Uber self-centered = Epic fail!


Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Does this person not have an office? Study areas not the place for a conference call over skype. I don't need to know that much about your business. :/
I think half the time people do this crap to make others think that they're more important then they are. Uber self-centered = Epic fail!

So true!

Spoiler:
Oh, and thanks for the distraction via email. :)
I'll get comments back to you in the next few days. Overall, the edits work well.


Br@in wrote:
P1nky wrote:
Br@in wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
Now what?
Try to take over the world?
Take over the world?
Err, hmmm...planning to take over the world is my department. After all, I work on that every day.
Work on what Br@in?
Planning to take over the world, Pinky!

But what are we going to do with the 100 lbs of Jello and the hamsters?

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Good times here in Philly!

My group will be getting together tomorrow night to play some Serpent's Skull. I'll be introducing my new character: a half-orc druid named Brule, with a giant spider animal companion.

Before we game, a few of us usually gather at the Flying Pig to have a few beers, eat some good food, and shoot the s%#$.

Silver Crusade

Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Does this person not have an office? Study areas not the place for a conference call over skype. I don't need to know that much about your business. :/
I think half the time people do this crap to make others think that they're more important then they are. Uber self-centered = Epic fail!

I always got a kick out of people setting up an "office" in a coffee shop or bookstore.

A couple years ago, I can remember being a borders, and this lady came in with two big cases. She sets up her big old laptop and then... I kid you not... pulls out a giant desktop printer. One of those big boxy ones that weighs about 20 pounds. She set that up on a table and proceeds to do office work.

What is wrong with people?


Celestial Healer wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Does this person not have an office? Study areas not the place for a conference call over skype. I don't need to know that much about your business. :/
I think half the time people do this crap to make others think that they're more important then they are. Uber self-centered = Epic fail!

I always got a kick out of people setting up an "office" in a coffee shop or bookstore.

A couple years ago, I can remember being a borders, and this lady came in with two big cases. She sets up her big old laptop and then... I kid you not... pulls out a giant desktop printer. One of those big boxy ones that weighs about 20 pounds. She set that up on a table and proceeds to do office work.

What is wrong with people?

o.O

That is so stupid it's hilarious. :)


Br@in wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
Now what?
Try to take over the world?
Take over the world?
Err, hmmm...planning to take over the world is my department. After all, I work on that every day.

Ha! Wrong sir! Undead Hordes! You are armed with Balck Power RIngs!

Rise!


Celestial Healer wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Does this person not have an office? Study areas not the place for a conference call over skype. I don't need to know that much about your business. :/
I think half the time people do this crap to make others think that they're more important then they are. Uber self-centered = Epic fail!

I always got a kick out of people setting up an "office" in a coffee shop or bookstore.

A couple years ago, I can remember being a borders, and this lady came in with two big cases. She sets up her big old laptop and then... I kid you not... pulls out a giant desktop printer. One of those big boxy ones that weighs about 20 pounds. She set that up on a table and proceeds to do office work.

What is wrong with people?

That could be either an idiot, or one of the new generation of mobile workers. (The 20lb printer probably means a bit of both). Companies are squeezing people out of office real estate more and more. Cube/office sizes are shrinking, not being dedicated to an individual, or not being available at all. Our bosses are forcing this model and I'm one of the guys stuck between them and the workers. No fun.

Or the poor lady had a power outage at her workplace.


It's the printer that makes it stupid. Plenty of people work from cafes and even mcdonalds is usually full of students and people working since they have free wifi. But lugging around a desktop printer....full of fail.

Edit: I could almost understand it if due to a power outage. Almost. I still wouldn't. But I could see where someone might get the idea.

Edit 2: In all fairness, I'm all about less 'stuff' in general, so everything that can be paperless is. So I may be less sympathetic to those who rely on hard copies of stuff than might otherwise be the case.

Silver Crusade

I agree. Setting up a laptop to do work/study/surf Paizo is all well and good. Setting up large desktop office equipment is just odd.


Oh yeah, the 20lb printer certainly is 'special'. lol


The Minis Maniac wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Also watched "The Cabin in the Woods". I loved it.
any comparison to Cube?
Cool plot twists, sort of almost a horror comedy, I compare to a lot of the Buffy series. But what you expect when Joss Whedon was one of the writers. :P

insert generic anti whedon rant here


This, my friends, is the wave of the future, not telecommuting.

Emperor7 wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Does this person not have an office? Study areas not the place for a conference call over skype. I don't need to know that much about your business. :/
I think half the time people do this crap to make others think that they're more important then they are. Uber self-centered = Epic fail!

I always got a kick out of people setting up an "office" in a coffee shop or bookstore.

A couple years ago, I can remember being a borders, and this lady came in with two big cases. She sets up her big old laptop and then... I kid you not... pulls out a giant desktop printer. One of those big boxy ones that weighs about 20 pounds. She set that up on a table and proceeds to do office work.

What is wrong with people?

That could be either an idiot, or one of the new generation of mobile workers. (The 20lb printer probably means a bit of both). Companies are squeezing people out of office real estate more and more. Cube/office sizes are shrinking, not being dedicated to an individual, or not being available at all. Our bosses are forcing this model and I'm one of the guys stuck between them and the workers. No fun.

Or the poor lady had a power outage at her workplace.


Freehold DM wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Also watched "The Cabin in the Woods". I loved it.
any comparison to Cube?
Cool plot twists, sort of almost a horror comedy, I compare to a lot of the Buffy series. But what you expect when Joss Whedon was one of the writers. :P
insert generic anti whedon rant here

There is no generic anti whedon rant, because Joss Whedon is awesome. Now if you'll excuse me I'm going to the book store to buy the new Alton Brown cookbook I saw advertised on facebook.


Definitely. Our baseline workstation has been 80 square feet for decades. The new model is 36 sf. Plus the height of the dividers had gone from full wall/64" high to 36/42". Private offices shall not be more than 10% of total workspaces. Much different environment going forward.

Of course the big bosses have their own floor and 400sf offices...


The Minis Maniac wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Also watched "The Cabin in the Woods". I loved it.
any comparison to Cube?
Cool plot twists, sort of almost a horror comedy, I compare to a lot of the Buffy series. But what you expect when Joss Whedon was one of the writers. :P
insert generic anti whedon rant here
There is no generic anti whedon rant, because Joss Whedon is awesome. Now if you'll excuse me I'm going to the book store to buy the new Alton Brown cookbook I saw advertised on facebook.

shakes fist

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
The Minis Maniac wrote:
There is no generic anti whedon rant, because Joss Whedon is awesome. Now if you'll excuse me I'm going to the book store to buy the new Alton Brown cookbook I saw advertised on facebook.

For some reason, I'm suddenly thinking of those names as the lyrics to some of that creepy latin music from old relgious-themed movies like The Omen.

Alton Brown!
FACE BOOK!
JOSS WHEDON!

Osirion

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And that reminds me: I'm very much looking forward to the Avengers movie. From everything I'm hearing, it's FAWESOME and looks to be a HUGE success.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Celestial Healer wrote:
Morning, all. What did I miss?

Well, Craig was dismayed to once again realize that his sheep were in danger from the wild dingo's he thought he'd driven off. Meanwhile, Jeremy, Max, and Scott were caught off guard by the return of their old nemesis, Dr. Civreldis, and his army of mindless, sycophantic cyber-weasels. And, across town, Patrick's attempts to finally convince Gregg that pudding was.....No, wait! That's my soap opera.

Osirion

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Aberzombie's Really Grim Fairy Tales:

The Kind-Hearted Monster

Once upon a time, a gentle and kind-hearted monster lived deep in the Enchanted Woodlands. He often went out of his way to help those who were lost or in danger, never asking for any reward, and never letting himself be seen.

One day, as the monster was walking to his favorite grove, a cry for helped pierced the stillness of the forest. Moving towards the sound, the giant came across a beautiful, young princess lying on the ground and being attacked by a crazed bear. At great risk to himself, the monster fought the bear off, saving the young maid's life.

However, just as the monster was offering to help the girl up, her betrothed prince came along. Seeing what he thought was a monster attacking his beloved, the prince slew the benevolent monster.

Unfortunately, the monster was also enchanted, so that any who slew him would in turn be slain. As the monster's heart ceased beating, the angry bear returned with three of his friends, killed the prince, and ate the princess.

The end.


Freehold DM wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Also watched "The Cabin in the Woods". I loved it.
any comparison to Cube?
Cool plot twists, sort of almost a horror comedy, I compare to a lot of the Buffy series. But what you expect when Joss Whedon was one of the writers. :P
insert generic anti whedon rant here

come on, your not even trying, what happend to the hate?


1 person marked this as a favorite.

1.5 hours till "temple of elemental evil"
Ragnar Ragnarssohn reached 2 level last week and is now fighter1/barbarian1

tomorrow I DM serpents skull


Aberzombie wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
There is no generic anti whedon rant, because Joss Whedon is awesome. Now if you'll excuse me I'm going to the book store to buy the new Alton Brown cookbook I saw advertised on facebook.

For some reason, I'm suddenly thinking of those names as the lyrics to some of that creepy latin music from old relgious-themed movies like The Omen.

Alton Brown!
FACE BOOK!
JOSS WHEDON!

falls to the ground, foaming at the mouth, having convulsions, speaking in tongues


Aberzombie wrote:
And that reminds me: I'm very much looking forward to the Avengers movie. From everything I'm hearing, it's FAWESOME and looks to be a HUGE success.

I've put time aside to see the film myself. I need to get a humidifier for when I sleep at night so my vocals can be ready for the booing I will offer....


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber
aeglos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Also watched "The Cabin in the Woods". I loved it.
any comparison to Cube?
Cool plot twists, sort of almost a horror comedy, I compare to a lot of the Buffy series. But what you expect when Joss Whedon was one of the writers. :P
insert generic anti whedon rant here
come on, your not even trying, what happend to the hate?

FB tells me he doesn't have hate for any of these things really.


I'm at work and things got busy all of a sudden. Half my case load showed up. I need to meet with them before the month is out but geeze, where were you guys last week?!

aeglos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Also watched "The Cabin in the Woods". I loved it.
any comparison to Cube?
Cool plot twists, sort of almost a horror comedy, I compare to a lot of the Buffy series. But what you expect when Joss Whedon was one of the writers. :P
insert generic anti whedon rant here
come on, your not even trying, what happend to the hate?


Zuckerbeeeeeeeeeeeeerg!!!

Justin Franklin wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Also watched "The Cabin in the Woods". I loved it.
any comparison to Cube?
Cool plot twists, sort of almost a horror comedy, I compare to a lot of the Buffy series. But what you expect when Joss Whedon was one of the writers. :P
insert generic anti whedon rant here
come on, your not even trying, what happend to the hate?
FB tells me he doesn't have hate for any of these things really.


aeglos wrote:

1.5 hours till "temple of elemental evil"

Ragnar Ragnarssohn reached 2 level last week and is now fighter1/barbarian1

tomorrow I DM serpents skull

You've named him like my grandfather! Go RAGNAR!!


Kajehase wrote:
aeglos wrote:

1.5 hours till "temple of elemental evil"

Ragnar Ragnarssohn reached 2 level last week and is now fighter1/barbarian1

tomorrow I DM serpents skull

You've named him like my grandfather! Go RAGNAR!!

hi hi, cool

I got the name from Bernard Cornwells Saxon Chronicles


Last chem test done. Took two and half hours (seems to be pretty typical time according to the others who have taken it as well). Now all I have left is the chem final on Monday morning. So close to done for the semester now. :)

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