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Hey, it's still sunny in Las Vegas.

Good Morning everybody. What did I miss?

Shadow Lodge

Your uniform, among other things.


Featherless pigeon?


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I might crawl back into my warm bed...


Drejk wrote:
Featherless pigeon?

So, he is ready for the roasting pan?


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Orthos wrote:
Your uniform, among other things.

Uniform?


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I crawled back in the bed, lied a bit, got up... And now I want go back to bed again...


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I still want to go back to bed.

It's a bit coldish today and the heating is still low after many days of warm weather.

Andoran

Took some time to watch BBC's "The Celts" over the last week. In one episode, while discussing the Scottish Black Watch regiment, they referred to my hometown of Ticonderoga, New York as being in Canada. Ehhhhh... close enough.


I bet it was revenge for the Amerivan WW1 documentary I saw the other day where they apparently confused the situation in 1917 with the one in 1941. ;)

(And also seemed to be under the impression that the western front was the only front...)

Andoran

Kajehase wrote:

I bet it was revenge for the Amerivan WW1 documentary I saw the other day where they apparently confused the situation in 1917 with the one in 1941. ;)

(And also seemed to be under the impression that the western front was the only front...)

Yeah... American war documentaries seem to really like focusing on our own soldiers, often to the exclusion of more important players on the national stage. I once spoke with someone who not only didn't know that the Russians had more casualties than any other participating nation in World War 2, but also didn't have any idea that Russia even fought in the war. People tend to lose the scope of the two World Wars.


But...but...

If the Soviet Union hadn't been in WWII, they wouldn't have gone and gotten mad at the US for effectively screwing them over on the reparations promised from Germany and setting the stage for the Cold War which would haunt the entire world for decades to come and has lingering effects on global politics and economics to this day!


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How can they not know? They've seen old James Bond movies with eeeeeviiiiillllll Russians!

Silver Crusade

Evening, all. What did I miss?


8 out of 16 monster ideas for <redacted> finished. One more day to come with the remaining eight.


Hit the Popeye's drive-thru for dinner tonight. Ordered the 5 piece spicy tenders, but they only had 3 and it was near closing, so they gave me 3 mild to make up for the 2 missing spicy. Woot! Free tender!


We may have suffered a setback in one of my games. One of the players was using a really spiffy intelligent sword, a sword which his character was convinced is required to kill the BBEG at the end of the adventure path and the player is pretty sure that, while it may not be required, it will be very helpful. We use the critical hit and fumble decks, and he confirmed a fumble. We drew the card, and the sword was destroyed. Not just broken, destroyed. Some research found that the sword could probably be repaired, with magic intact, but would require a Make Whole spell at 24th caster level. Even then, the GM said that the sword was "dead", so it would lose all of it's abilities from being sentient.

And, of course, this happened while we were leading an invasion, so we don't exactly have time to mess around trying to fix it somehow.

Andoran

Scintillae wrote:
How can they not know? They've seen old James Bond movies with eeeeeviiiiillllll Russians!

I would have assumed they'd at least seen Rocky IV...

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