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Silver Crusade

The Minis Maniac wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Just got in after spending an afternoon in Manhattan with none other than CELESTIAL FREAKING HEALER!! He really exists as something other than words on a screen! We got bubble tea and fried chicken and comics and everything!! It was FAWSOME!!
On a side note I might be headed to New York this fall anyone interested in a meetup?

Yes!


Freehold DM wrote:
boos and hisses constantly, pointing out holes in plots, bad characterization, things stolen from specific anime and in general is a disagreeable cuss thanks dragon. This is necessary training for this Friday. My hateratin' muscles need to be primed.
Sharoth wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
removes dragons excess toys in an attempt to help
Sharoth wrote:
~sighs~ I just wish that my old phone had not broken. I just want to talk and text. I really do not need another toy.
~ties you to a chair and makes you watch reruns of Buffy, Angel, Firefly, and other Joss Whedon shows over, and over, and over, and over...~

~laughter~ Anytime. After all, what are friends for? ~stabs you in the back, aiming for your kidney~


Oh, I picked up Berzerk and Burst Angel over the weekend. After I finish re-re-re-re-re-re-watching FMA - Brotherhood, I will watch Berzerk.

Silver Crusade

Freehold DM wrote:
Just got in after spending an afternoon in Manhattan with none other than CELESTIAL FREAKING HEALER!! He really exists as something other than words on a screen! We got bubble tea and fried chicken and comics and everything!! It was FAWSOME!!

I hope you're enjoying that Buffy comic I picked out for you. It seemed right up your alley.

Also, Korean fried chicken is awesome.


Sharoth wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
boos and hisses constantly, pointing out holes in plots, bad characterization, things stolen from specific anime and in general is a disagreeable cuss thanks dragon. This is necessary training for this Friday. My hateratin' muscles need to be primed.
Sharoth wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
removes dragons excess toys in an attempt to help
Sharoth wrote:
~sighs~ I just wish that my old phone had not broken. I just want to talk and text. I really do not need another toy.
~ties you to a chair and makes you watch reruns of Buffy, Angel, Firefly, and other Joss Whedon shows over, and over, and over, and over...~
~laughter~ Anytime. After all, what are friends for? ~stabs you in the back, aiming for your kidney~

All this AND a massage? Dragon, you spoil me.


~looks in horror at Freehold DM~ How in the Hell did I use my silk rope? I was suppost to use the rough, scratchy, heavy, cheap rope.


Be forewarned -berserk is heartbreaking.

Sharoth wrote:
Oh, I picked up Berzerk and Burst Angel over the weekend. After I finish re-re-re-re-re-re-watching FMA - Brotherhood, I will watch Berzerk.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Just got in after spending an afternoon in Manhattan with none other than CELESTIAL FREAKING HEALER!! He really exists as something other than words on a screen! We got bubble tea and fried chicken and comics and everything!! It was FAWSOME!!

I hope you're enjoying that Buffy comic I picked out for you. It seemed right up your alley.

Also, Korean fried chicken is awesome.

kfc should stand for Korean fried chicken!

Also the Buffy comic is seared into my optic nerve. I boo and hiss at random intervals now.


Really? It was used for $15, so I snagged it ASAP. I have heard that Burst Angel is mainly about cheesecake piloting giant mecha shooting up things with minimal plot development (at best). I want to pick up Eden of the East sometime or another. NetFlix has it on instant view, but I prefer the quality of a DVD over streaming video.


KFC - Kolin Fried Cidneys.


Sharoth wrote:
Really? It was used for $15, so I snagged it ASAP. I have heard that Burst Angel is mainly about cheesecake piloting giant mecha shooting up things with minimal plot development (at best). I want to pick up Eden of the East sometime or another. NetFlix has it on instant view, but I prefer the quality of a DVD over streaming video.

burst Angel, huh? Nothing has yet to come close to the giant robot cheesecake perfection that is godannar. I'll have to check it out.


Godannar? I will have to check that one out sometime or another.


CH and Freehold. Once the husband and I work out the details of the possible trip I will let you guys know. We will likely be staying in Brooklyn as the husband has some research to do at a museum there.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Mrgh.


It's the spiritual successor to dangaio. Certainly the greatest super robot show of its generation. Even the DUB of it isn't too bad-and this is me talking. Now I have to listen to the music....

Sharoth wrote:
Godannar? I will have to check that one out sometime or another.


Alright! FOR BROOKLYN!!

The Minis Maniac wrote:
CH and Freehold. Once the husband and I work out the details of the possible trip I will let you guys know. We will likely be staying in Brooklyn as the husband has some research to do at a museum there.


Jess Door wrote:

I made (what was left of) the party flee.

A glorious GMing moment.

Jealous. My former gaming group refused to flee. Even when I tried to use a powerful roadblock as part of the story. Irritating.


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Sharoth wrote:
~looks in horror at Freehold DM~ How in the Hell did I use my silk rope? I was supposed to use the rough, scratchy, heavy, cheap rope.

The same way you always mix up the manacles and the fuzzy handcuffs.


Parental facepalm moment -

My daughter was telling me about how economical her prom is turning out to be this year. Her hairdressing friend is going to do her nails for $22, an updo for $25, and she did the coloring for only $30 (which are big savings). The most expensive thing will be her spray tan at $45.

She didn't mention our neighbor that's making her the gown, the $65 I paid for the ticket, or the $60 my wife paid for dress accessories.

Then she hit us up for $50 for her share of the limo. I'm waiting to hear about the money she'll need for the restaurant after the prom.

Yeah, real cheap day there, honey.

I laugh. I cry. I must be a king, 'cause I sure raised a princess, hehe. The boys were so much easier. And cheaper!

Osirion

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Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Reading that, E7, makes me so glad to have a boy.

Silver Crusade

Tequila Sunrise wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Sweet! I just moved out to Long Island, but to game with the right people, I'd totally take that train once a week.

Cool beans. Where on LI, exactly?

Somehow I missed this post, and was just looking back at something and noticed it.

I'm out in Suffolk County.


Emperor7 wrote:

Parental facepalm moment -

My daughter was telling me about how economical her prom is turning out to be this year. Her hairdressing friend is going to do her nails for $22, an updo for $25, and she did the coloring for only $30 (which are big savings). The most expensive thing will be her spray tan at $45.

She didn't mention our neighbor that's making her the gown, the $65 I paid for the ticket, or the $60 my wife paid for dress accessories.

Then she hit us up for $50 for her share of the limo. I'm waiting to hear about the money she'll need for the restaurant after the prom.

Yeah, real cheap day there, honey.

I laugh. I cry. I must be a king, 'cause I sure raised a princess, hehe. The boys were so much easier. And cheaper!

The thing is, I can see how that is a damn good deal, expensive as it is.


Yeah, I have to admit, I didn't pay much less way back when. Take out the tanning and the limo and adjust for inflation and...yeah, actually for prom that's not so bad....there are things about being a girl that just cost more money. But there aren't that many times in life when you get a chance to dress up like a princess. :)


Also, woohoo! I just finished my last exam. As long as I got 50% or better I will have my A for sure. I'm pretty sure I got at least half the questions right. :)

And now to go do some not-school stuff. I think I might go grab lunch at the Somalian restaurant before heading to the grocery store. We're out of like everything.

Silver Crusade

Mmm. Chinese food.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Made with real Chinese people?

Silver Crusade

It would be hard to know for sure. They could have thrown an Irishman in there and I'm not sure I could distinguish the taste.


Sharoth wrote:
~sighs~ I just wish that my old phone had not broken. I just want to talk dirty and sext. I really do not need another toy.

Sounds like your phone is the toy. How does your wife feel about this?


Sharoth wrote:
My new phone does look like it is a cool toy. I just hoept hat it holds up well to wear and tear. ~makes a note to get the "phone insurance" through my carrier and also to get a cover and a screen protector~

Good to know that you keep yourself protected while practicing safe sext.


Emperor7 wrote:
Jess Door wrote:

I made (what was left of) the party flee.

A glorious [...] moment.

Jealous. [...] Even when I tried to use a powerful co*kblock .... Irritating.

Hate it when that happens.


lol


lynora wrote:
Yeah, I have to admit, I didn't pay much less way back when. Take out the tanning and the limo and adjust for inflation and...yeah, actually for prom that's not so bad....there are things about being a girl that just cost more money. But there aren't that many times in life when you get a chance to dress up like a princess. :)

I need to do something special for the 84 yr old neighbor that's making her the gown, mostly out of leftover materials from his dress shop. He'd charge a customer about $2k for that gown. Bless that guy. 84 and still works 6 days a week, and doing something like that for us. Occasionally fixing stuff around his house for him doesn't seem enough.


So I just opened the cavern set from Dwarvenforge. OMG this stuff is beautiful, completely blew my mind. But as a side note I order 2 Cavernous passage sets and cavernous room sets, you really only need the 1 passage set. For your average size gaming table it's more than enough.


Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Yeah, I have to admit, I didn't pay much less way back when. Take out the tanning and the limo and adjust for inflation and...yeah, actually for prom that's not so bad....there are things about being a girl that just cost more money. But there aren't that many times in life when you get a chance to dress up like a princess. :)
I need to do something special for the 84 yr old neighbor that's making her the gown, mostly out of leftover materials from his dress shop. He'd charge a customer about $2k for that gown. Bless that guy. 84 and still works 6 days a week, and doing something like that for us. Occasionally fixing stuff around his house for him doesn't seem enough.

pie is always good. And no, not that kind of pie, Urizen. Unless e7 is into that kinda thing...


Freehold DM wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Nothing like letting it all hang out.
Who have you been talking to? What did they tell you? I most certainly did NOT get naked at the club last night! I mean..uh..you can't believe everything people tell you. ;)
Me either! I was not dancing on a table table making fire engine noises either!

Now thats just awesome! Video or it didn't happen! ;)


Back from the store. Now I have to put all of the groceries away. The downside of going shopping. We'll see how the kidlet reacts to healthier lunch food too. I tried to keep it close to what he likes so it might be alright.

Taldor

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Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Yeah, I have to admit, I didn't pay much less way back when. Take out the tanning and the limo and adjust for inflation and...yeah, actually for prom that's not so bad....there are things about being a girl that just cost more money. But there aren't that many times in life when you get a chance to dress up like a princess. :)
I need to do something special for the 84 yr old neighbor that's making her the gown, mostly out of leftover materials from his dress shop. He'd charge a customer about $2k for that gown. Bless that guy. 84 and still works 6 days a week, and doing something like that for us. Occasionally fixing stuff around his house for him doesn't seem enough.

My mom is a geriatric nurse. She loves working with the older folks - their stories, learning what they've learned over their lives has always fascinated her. When I was a kid she'd "drag" us along and have us read to the parapalegic young lady in one room, or play the piano and sing with the lonely old patient that nobody visits. I resented it as a selfish little teenager, but looking back, I think my mom was right, I only hope my teenage resentment didn't come through and instead I helped make someone's day a little better.

Help around the house is so great and appreciated, I'm sure, but a suggestion might be inviting him over for an evening of board games and snacks or an outside bbq where he can sit back, socialize, enjoy some good food, and have an audience for stories or gain new stories to tell. :)


hi everyone,

tomorrow is national holiday, Labour Day, hooray

traditionally you can't spend that day indoors, your options are:
1. a world peace march (they are all over the country)
2. a Maitour you go somewhere and do a piknick
3. Grillen (BArbeque)

tonight is Walpurgis Night, traditionally with a Dance into the May and the raising of a Maitree


Jess Door wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Yeah, I have to admit, I didn't pay much less way back when. Take out the tanning and the limo and adjust for inflation and...yeah, actually for prom that's not so bad....there are things about being a girl that just cost more money. But there aren't that many times in life when you get a chance to dress up like a princess. :)
I need to do something special for the 84 yr old neighbor that's making her the gown, mostly out of leftover materials from his dress shop. He'd charge a customer about $2k for that gown. Bless that guy. 84 and still works 6 days a week, and doing something like that for us. Occasionally fixing stuff around his house for him doesn't seem enough.

My mom is a geriatric nurse. She loves working with the older folks - their stories, learning what they've learned over their lives has always fascinated her. When I was a kid she'd "drag" us along and have us read to the parapalegic young lady in one room, or play the piano and sing with the lonely old patient that nobody visits. I resented it as a selfish little teenager, but looking back, I think my mom was right, I only hope my teenage resentment didn't come through and instead I helped make someone's day a little better.

Help around the house is so great and appreciated, I'm sure, but a suggestion might be inviting him over for an evening of board games and snacks or an outside bbq where he can sit back, socialize, enjoy some good food, and have an audience for stories or gain new stories to tell. :)

I did my civil service year in geriatric care, helping the village nurses and visiting or driving old people.

Some great stories and my help was really appriciated, it was a good time.
I had one old lady who had met the last german emporer and did travel by Zeppelin!


we did see the Avengers tonight, great film, I had fun, neither me nor sAbine had seen any of the single superhero movies or ever read any of the comics so it was all new teretory.
(i knew Nick Fury from old x-men cartoons and even here in germany we know thatnhe hulk and captain america exists, the others where completly unknown to me.

who was the guy after the end credits that gave the camera a sideway smile?

Andoran

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aeglos, spoilers dude! (The answer to your last question, I mean.)


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The Minis Maniac wrote:
So I just opened the cavern set from Dwarvenforge. OMG this stuff is beautiful, completely blew my mind. But as a side note I order 2 Cavernous passage sets and cavernous room sets, you really only need the 1 passage set. For your average size gaming table it's more than enough.

When I place an order for something, I prefer the passage not to be cavernous.


aeglos wrote:

we did see the Avengers tonight, great film, I had fun, neither me nor sAbine had seen any of the single superhero movies or ever read any of the comics so it was all new teretory.

(i knew Nick Fury from old x-men cartoons and even here in germany we know thatnhe hulk and captain america exists, the others where completly unknown to me.

who was the guy after the end credits that gave the camera a sideway smile?

I will be able to tell you on Saturday. Until then, spoilers please!!!


TriOmegaZero wrote:
aeglos, spoilers dude! (The answer to your last question, I mean.)

uhm, sorry

Andoran

Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber

No, I mean, just ask the question in spoilers. ;) (really it was more a warning to whoever answers to put it in spoilers.)


aeglos wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
aeglos, spoilers dude! (The answer to your last question, I mean.)
uhm, sorry

~flogs aeglos~ Bad aeglos! Bad, bad aeglos! Very, very bad aeglos! ~flogs him some more~

Spoiler:
j/k! j/k!


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Yeah 'The Avengers" was awesome. Remember the part where

:

EXPLOSIVE RUNES

and I can't believe they killed off

:
Totally just messing with people now

and the bag guy

:
Totally didn't even see the movie but trying to see who will actually read my spoilers, and who doesn't thinking I gave away plot.
got away.

Loved it
Loved it
Loved it.


The Bag Guy?

Lamest superhero since Dr Xavier had to get into that wheelchair.


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I did read that they're going to push for another installment of The Incredible Hulk ...

... to be directed by Joss Whedon.

<hears the butthurt all the way from Brooklyn>

:)

Silver Crusade

Jess Door wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Yeah, I have to admit, I didn't pay much less way back when. Take out the tanning and the limo and adjust for inflation and...yeah, actually for prom that's not so bad....there are things about being a girl that just cost more money. But there aren't that many times in life when you get a chance to dress up like a princess. :)
I need to do something special for the 84 yr old neighbor that's making her the gown, mostly out of leftover materials from his dress shop. He'd charge a customer about $2k for that gown. Bless that guy. 84 and still works 6 days a week, and doing something like that for us. Occasionally fixing stuff around his house for him doesn't seem enough.

My mom is a geriatric nurse. She loves working with the older folks - their stories, learning what they've learned over their lives has always fascinated her. When I was a kid she'd "drag" us along and have us read to the parapalegic young lady in one room, or play the piano and sing with the lonely old patient that nobody visits. I resented it as a selfish little teenager, but looking back, I think my mom was right, I only hope my teenage resentment didn't come through and instead I helped make someone's day a little better.

Help around the house is so great and appreciated, I'm sure, but a suggestion might be inviting him over for an evening of board games and snacks or an outside bbq where he can sit back, socialize, enjoy some good food, and have an audience for stories or gain new stories to tell. :)

I am not the only one! My mother, who has alternated between geriatric and psychiatric nursing, did the same thing when she was at nursing homes or the like! She usually brought me in to play the piano.

One old lady was so into the music, and afterward produced a large manila envelope. I looked inside, and it was full of sheet music that she had written in her younger years. I played one of her compositions on her birthday. I still have it.

Then there was the old lady who told my mother how much sex she was planning to have with me... That one was less special.

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