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Paizo Employee Digital Products Assistant

Ross Byers wrote:
Cosmo wrote:


Not always!
Uggh. Right. The molting.

You might want to watch out for the Claw-Plach.

Qadira

Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Ross Byers wrote:
Cosmo wrote:
Chris Self wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Ross Byers wrote:
Cosmo: I AM Selfish!

Yep time to turn off the computer for the day, I read that as "I am Shellfish"

Not really the same.

Well, he does have a hard, crusty exterior.
Not always!
Uggh. Right. The molting.
{begins working on an "Abadar Hates Cosmo" protest sign}

SIGH

Andoran

CJ:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Paizo Staff wrote:
<Cosmo = Shellfish jokes>
{begins working on an "Abadar Hates Cosmo" protest sign}
SIGH

You did catch that the link is a parody site, right? I'm not trying to start CRD 2: Electric Boogaloo or slam Christianity/religion as a whole. If I've upset you, then PM me here or on Facebook, ok? :)

Grand Lodge RPG Superstar 2012 Top 32

Hudax wrote:
1.21 jiggy-watts!

Someone called?


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Dear Paizo: Is it true that every morning you must spin the Wheel of Outlooks, and that every other section is labeled AWESOME? The others are a mix of MANIACAL, SIMPLY SILLY, PONDERING, MRGH, SCARY, DOWNRIGHT HILARIOUS, MAKE 'EM QUIVER LIKE SCARED LITTLE CHILDREN, CONFUSED, EARTH SHAKING, MAYHEM, GENIUS, etc, etc?

Andoran

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Jeff Erwin wrote:
ulgulanoth wrote:
I hear of tiny hippo?
House Hippos?

I'd love to see the stats for this in Bestiary 4. WOuld make a great animal companion.

Taldor Contributor

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Nodnarb wrote:
Jeff Erwin wrote:
ulgulanoth wrote:
I hear of tiny hippo?
House Hippos?
I'd love to see the stats for this in Bestiary 4. WOuld make a great animal companion.

More of a Familiar by size. But a medium or small hippo might be fun. dwarf elephants as well. :) Plus - for extra points! Pygmy elephants are found in cryptozoology, which is pretty much Paizo bait.

Paizo Employee Digital Products Assistant

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Andrew: I like fire...

Crystal: When you get right down to it, all out problems will be solved by the heat death of the universe

Andrew: Yes!

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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Gary: THE BEAT HAS DROPPED! PRAY IT DOES NOT DROP... FURTHER.

Paizo Employee PostMonster General

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I can't claim credit for that particular bon mot.

RPG Superstar 2008 Top 32

Nodnarb wrote:
Jeff Erwin wrote:
ulgulanoth wrote:
I hear of tiny hippo?
House Hippos?
I'd love to see the stats for this in Bestiary 4. WOuld make a great animal companion.

Baby pygmy hippos look like that: Tiny hippo

Taldor Contributor

Ross Byers wrote:
Nodnarb wrote:
Jeff Erwin wrote:
ulgulanoth wrote:
I hear of tiny hippo?
House Hippos?
I'd love to see the stats for this in Bestiary 4. WOuld make a great animal companion.
Baby pygmy hippos look like that: Tiny hippo

Owen & Mzee.

Turtle + Hippo = aaawsome.

This may require a new thread...

Qadira

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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:

I'm good. I could tell. :) Sorry it came off that way.

Paizo Employee Master of Coin

Cosmo: Hey, at least they'll get a complementary picture of their death rattle.

Paizo Employee PostMonster General

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Vic: ok, this next change will either make everything work as intended and we'll be done, or it will screw up any number of things, most likely in big obvious ways...

Paizo Employee Developer

Gary Teter wrote:
Vic: ok, this next change will either make everything work as intended and we'll be done, or it will screw up any number of things, most likely in big obvious ways...

So what happened?!

Paizo Employee PostMonster General

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KABOOOOOM!


Gary Teter wrote:
Vic: ok, this next change will either make everything work as intended and we'll be done, or it will screw up any number of things, most likely in big obvious ways...

For a program with N lines of code, there will be N+1 bugs.


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AdamWarnock wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
Vic: ok, this next change will either make everything work as intended and we'll be done, or it will screw up any number of things, most likely in big obvious ways...
For a program with N lines of code, there will be N+1 bugs.

I think the equation is closer to;

N = Number of lines of code,
b = number of bits
g = number of murphy's gremlins in the room

The Number of Bugs = ((N * g * (1/sqrt(2) ) ) + b) / sqrt(2)


True. True.

The is also the fact the the number of bugs in a program remains constant.


Remains constant? You must have some pretty epic software devs if it's not increasing...

See also: entropy. Until we can prove that we can reduce the entropy in a software system, doing anything with it increases the bugs. I might be a bit too jaded at 28.

Andoran

If the robotic constructs of Aballon whisper fearfully of entropic "insects" that gnaw at their reasoning cores, I vote the Aballonians propitiatingly offer sacrifices, interpretive dance, and improv comedy skits to a protean lord/choir "demigod" to forestall its wrath.


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AdamWarnock wrote:

True. True.

The is also the fact the the number of bugs in a program remains constant.

I don't think the number of bugs is constant,

but the chance of destroying a bug without creating another is inversely proportional to how drunk you are.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

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AdamWarnock wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
Vic: ok, this next change will either make everything work as intended and we'll be done, or it will screw up any number of things, most likely in big obvious ways...
For a program with N lines of code, there will be N+1 bugs.

Worse than code: routing tables. (And I'm not talking about woodworking.)

Paizo Employee Sales Imp

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Me: Hey, Chris... When was the last time you processed [redacted], and when will be the next time?

Robot Chris: I can do it right now

Me: I have a dude here who's getting antsy.

Robot Chris: tell him to try Raid?


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robot chris: it's like a furry roomba!


gary: we discovered something shocking the other day....


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crystal: I missed you guys

gary: and she took such careful aim!

crystal: You are very deer to me

crystal: And the limit this deer season is 2

lissa: wabbit season...

Paizo Employee Digital Products Assistant

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Gary Do not bathe in tacos!

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Chris Lambertz wrote:
Gary Do not bathe in tacos!

corn tortilla or flour tortilla?

Paizo Employee Master of Coin

zylphryx wrote:
Chris Lambertz wrote:
Gary Do not bathe in tacos!
corn tortilla or flour tortilla?

Dorito.


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gary: gary is playing with fire!

ross: I hope it's the kind of playing with fire that results in discovering cooked food, and not the kind that ends in screaming and forests reduced to ash

gary: could go either way

Paizo Employee Assistant Software Developer

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chris: If it bleeds, we can put [redacted] on it.


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cosmo: I generally get in trouble when I go around putting my [redacted] on things.


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gary: sparkles cost extra


Freehold DM wrote:
Chris Lambertz wrote:

As I walked in this morning:

Cosmo: I like my coffee like I like my women: covered in BEES!

o_O

This is a Eddie Izzard quote XD


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Discipel wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Chris Lambertz wrote:

As I walked in this morning:

Cosmo: I like my coffee like I like my women: covered in BEES!

o_O
This is a Eddie Izzard quote XD

Which brings up the question of whether Cosmo is able to rock high-heeled, red pumps and matching lipstick as well as Eddie.


Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber
Kajehase wrote:
Discipel wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Chris Lambertz wrote:

As I walked in this morning:

Cosmo: I like my coffee like I like my women: covered in BEES!

o_O
This is a Eddie Izzard quote XD
Which brings up the question of whether Cosmo is able to rock high-heeled, red pumps and matching lipstick as well as Eddie.

I think we all know the answer to that question.


I'd still like some empirical evidence.

Qadira

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I think we do not want to know the answer or see the evidence.


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Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Crimson Jester wrote:
I think we do not want to know the answer or see the evidence.

Seconded. I'm all out of mind bleach.


Bah. Weaklings. :p

Qadira

Yes and proud of it.


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Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Kajehase wrote:
Bah. Weaklings. :p

When it comes to Cosmo, you bet. :-)


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cosmo: I've never understood what it is about me that makes people ask me for directions all teh time.

cosmo: I htink I have a friendly face or something.

cosmo: I obviously need to wear more black.

lissa: Or less compasses


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crystal: I almost miss the days of gaming before the internet

lissa: You take the good with the bad as far as that goes.

ross: I'm sorry. What is a 'day before internet'?

cs erik: You know, ummm... hrmmm... I think we're too young Ross, Because I'm having trouble with that one too...

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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...Whippersnappers. >.>


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Kajehase wrote:
Bah. Weaklings. :p

That's why I picked 'Sorcerer' as my class.

Paizo Employee Master of Coin

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Gary: bigeared fox says i've broken my code and it's time to go [home]

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