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Tacticslion wrote:

The thing I've gathered from The Almighty Johnsons is that being a god is basically like having drug-fueled super-powers and split-personality, including the addiction and compulsion to do stuff with your drug-fueled super-powers and split-personality.

It... really explains a lot.

This keeps being true.

It's like watching addicts to substances that have no negative physical side-effects trying to choose whether or not they want to be addicts.

EDIT: Sigh. Right, naturally. Re-clothed.


This proves Gavin Dunne's godhood.


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Tacticslion wrote:
naturally. Re-clothed.

Um, I'm pretty sure it's actually more natural the other way.


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Looks like tropical depression 9 will miss us here in Sanibel Island/Lee County (except for plenty of rain) but it looks like it'll strengthen into tropical storm Hermine and smack into the Florida panhandle Thursday morning.

Hope you and yours stay safe, GreenTeaGamer (and anyone else in the projected cone).


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The Doomkitten wrote:
What is your party even trying to do other than planning everybody else's downfall?

At first it was stop some gaijin drugs from getting in a Hare clan city (other clans sent by the emperor to spite the Hare whilest all trying to get the credit for the win) - now apparently the kolat are after us since they were behind the drugs. So...stop the kolat?


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Looks like tropical depression 9 will miss us here in Sanibel Island/Lee County (except for plenty of rain) but it looks like it'll strengthen into tropical storm Hermine and smack into the Florida panhandle Thursday morning.

Hope you and yours stay safe, GreenTeaGamer (and anyone else in the projected cone).

It might also drop some rain in Savannah as it heads back out to sea.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Looks like tropical depression 9 will miss us here in Sanibel Island/Lee County (except for plenty of rain) but it looks like it'll strengthen into tropical storm Hermine and smack into the Florida panhandle Thursday morning.

Hope you and yours stay safe, GreenTeaGamer (and anyone else in the projected cone).

In true Floridian fashion this is how you prepare for hurricanes:

Tropical Depression: F~$+ off. Call me when it has a name.

Tropical Storm: I will carry an umbrella around.

Category 1 Hurricane: Most businesses don't even close. Everyone I know has to work. This is stupid and boring. Better get a book or two from the library to wait it out.

Category 2: I guess I'll go to my in-laws a few miles up the road. They live on a hill. Less likely to get flooded. They have better food. Still no real cause for alarm.

Category 3: This is my line. Time to get the f#~+ out of town. Also quit my job if they dare ask me to come in (it has happened).

Category 4: I left town a long time ago. If you didn't you deserve what you get.

Category 5: I will not be returning. Gonna cash in my insurance on the house and move to...I dunno maybe Arizona? My wife hates the cold and I hate this damn humidity.


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Eh. I'm nowhere near the coast, Tornado Alley, or any major unstabl fault lines, so I'm good on natural disasters.

Am I the only one who gets this impulse after listening to certain songs to walk away from a building exploding wearing a trenchcoat and black shades?


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I used to.

But I'm familiar with how hot it is to be close to fire, how uncomfortable being too close rapid combustion events (explosions) - even if it's only small ones), and it's really not pleasant.

Also, explosions are expensive, yo.

Unless I get reality-altering insta-rebuilding powers (and, preferably, the ability to make sure that anyone that was harmed or killed was un-harmed and un-killed in the good way - not in the zombie way, but in the real raised from the day way), I'll stick to boring explosion-free life; thanks.


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The Almighty Johnsons:
Holy Crap.

Dawn and Ty.

I hope... I hope it works this time.


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I thought I was going to die in an explosion, once.

I was trying to dig out these three clonal rooted holly trees between these two houses that were next to the gas line. So I notice a faint smell of gas, so I say "I think I smell gas" and then I look up out of the hole, and my coworker is standing over the hole, lighting a cigarette, saying "I don't smell anything" another coworker comes over smoking a cigarette "what do you smell now"

Thankfully, I didn't hit the gas line.

And that was my best and worst birthday ever.

Best because I lived. worst, because for a minute there I thought I'd die before my daughter was born


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Took the kidlet to the park so he could play. He's currently wading in the creek. Funny observation: The little kids get in and they splash and throw pebbles and play pretend. The older boys get in and start rearranging the boulders to build a better dam. Every single one. It's like they're all trying to play mine craft in real life. :D


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And apparently while we are away hilarity ensues at home. First a bat got in and threats were trying to kill it. And then when my husband finally got the bat out a bird flew in. The cats are even more determined to kill it. I'm basically getting a string of hilarious texts that are probably going to end in a gruesome mess that I will have to clean up when I get home...

Silver Crusade

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lynora wrote:
Took the kidlet to the park so he could play. He's currently wading in the creek. Funny observation: The little kids get in and they splash and throw pebbles and play pretend. The older boys get in and start rearranging the boulders to build a better dam. Every single one. It's like they're all trying to play mine craft in real life. :D

Or they were fathered by beavers.

Silver Crusade

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Golly gee, the beav sure grew up fast


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It was all the bovine growth hormones and grain alcohol I had growing up.


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We have a Claire's Boutique section at work, all last week this manager tells the new guy "just put everything on the floor in this cart, and I'll put it away tomorrow"

So, all week the cart is filled with all this small random s&+~, and Sunday night rolls around, and at 7:40 (we close at 8) this other manager tells the new guy "we can't leave until you empty this cart" " but what's her face said she'd put it away" he said, weakly, "she left at 7:00, put it away"

Of course, I had plenty of other stuff I busied myself with until he was done.


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My word!

It took me so long trying to cycle down to the bottom of my alias list and pick out an avatar, I seem to have forgotten the entire reason I made it.

Oh well, anyone up for a game of Tiddlywinks, whatever it may be.


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The Beaver Cleaver wrote:
It was all the bovine growth hormones and grain alcohol I had growing up.

The growth hormones were your father's. The grain alcohol was mine. Touch my stash again and I will f%!@ing cut you.


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Nobody's Home!
I got
some
character
references

... I doubt your party has anything to worry about! :D

Unrelated: saving this for research purposes...

EDIT: Also...


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Back to work tonight, two nights in a row, barbaric is what it is. >:-(

Maybe I'll mail it in (more then usual)


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"Customers suck, and everyone out in the world today are terrible, and mean, I'm sorry to tell you" - The General's pep talk as I leave for work.


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contemplates a mobile pillow fiefdom, to protect the King's feelings.


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Was she chewing gum? 'Cause she might've been having 80s flashbacks and confusing "Pep" for that gum from that one Ducktales episode. It happens from time to time.


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Tacticslion wrote:

Nobody's Home!

I got
some
character
references

... I doubt your party has anything to worry about! :D

Unrelated: saving this for research purposes...

EDIT: Also...

LOL. I like 'em. But somehow I still like her original art. Of course, considering I saw it in the store, grabbed it, bought it, and make a PC out of it, that's probably saying something about the picture "grabbing" me.

And FWIW Del had her second straight excellent week, and the other players are beginning to see through her background. The place we were in helped immensely, as she raced to a chained and mutilated prisoner and called her "sister" instead of "m'lady" and said, "I have such scars, too!"

Kind of gives away the game. But it worked beautifully because it fused in seamlessly with the AP. And it made the other players all kinds of curious. In a good way.

As the captain put it, "Once we're back on board ship, I'll have some questions for you..."


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And that's how I spent my first fifteen minutes at work.


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Oh! I gotta remember look up art for her online while looking up something entirely unrelated, NH! (All those other Ridinghoods came from a "Swordlord" search, oddly enough; nod idea how that happened, either; Google, you so cray-cray!)


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I feel more like myself than I have in a week. Maximum haterade, minimum cough. Ready to get back to work, as it were.


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A few things finished and sent yesterday and today...

Grand Lodge

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I really don't want to HTML up a page, but the course requires it. :/


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Surprisingly, Flip Cup is a kid's game.

Teach them binge drinking early I guess, that way they've built up a tolerance by the time they hit college.


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My parents making a surprise visit this weekend. :-)

I'm not surprised, honestly. :-D

It'll be a fun visit nonetheless, as my kids adore their grandparents. :-)

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