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Silver Crusade

Male Celestial Cleric of Myself 10/Radiant Servant of Me 10
Patrick Curtin wrote:

If you cloned yourself, and then had sex with the clone, does that count as only masturbation? *ponder*

Obviously. Better a clone-job than a no-job, am I right?

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Dang hippehs! Git off meh properteh!

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I always thought the trailer park over on the western part of the map would make a good settlement.

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Male Celestial Cleric of Myself 10/Radiant Servant of Me 10

Imagine all the (non-sexual) things you could do with a clone of yourself.

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I got fungus between meh toes.

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Aaron Bitman wrote:

I'm breaking my months-long silence to announce that I'm coming out of my shell!

For 10 years now, I've been posting messages on paizo.com while making sure never to post a picture of myself. For years and years, I've been posting recordings of my own piano performances, but with audio only.

But this week, for the first time, I posted actual videos of myself, so you can see me playing Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1, Prelude and Fugue #2 in C-minor.

And here I am playing it again on the "harpsichord" setting of a digital piano.

Again, I didn't speed up these videos, nor edit them in any way. That's the real me, uncut and uncensored.

Incidentally, you can also hear that piece in the album I'm about to discuss (in a separate post, because despite the same piece, it's really a change of subject).

Great playing! One of my favorites.

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Tacticslion wrote:

Belated additional post-birthday good wishes!

Also: miss ya at FaWtL!

Always good to be missed.

I find myself checking in so infrequently, and FAWTL is too much to follow.

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Belated thank you to all for the birthday wishes!

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Hey all!

Who's still here?

Last August I finally graduated to full-time box thrower status, which was great, but unfortunately it meant going back to the overnight shift, which isn't. Have been having trouble adjusting to a sleeping for eight hours during the day schedule and spend a lot of time trying to sleep and not, so I figured, hey, why not check in with Paizo, politics or no, and see who from the old gang is still kicking.

This is just a brief hey and how do you do post; will check in later and see what's kicking.

well g$%**~n. It's time for bonchon.

We've got a Bonchon in Lowell, but I've never been.

I do still get down to NY with some regularity. Usually stay around the Cortelyou station. Probably be down next sometime at the end of June.

How are things in Freehold land?

We could go for a drink again!

Although, sadly, Lovecraft Bar has closed.

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Ack! It’s a goblin!

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Dang hippehs!!!

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Ah tell you whut.

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Git off meh properteh!!

Dang hippehs.

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Freehold DM wrote:

So. Drunk.

Ch is here.

Such a lightweight.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, FREEHOLD!

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Most days when I get home from work, our Arya kitten wants to be picked up. It’s her way of saying “hello.”

Today is one of the special days where she doesn’t want to be put back down. She has been clinging to me for the last 45 minutes. *swoon*

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Sissyl wrote:
So, to quote someone far wiser than I: What did I miss?

Wise? If you say so!

Welcome back, Sissyl! It will be easy to get caught up. Just read all the posts since you’ve been gone.

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Evening, all. What did I miss?

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Drejk wrote:
Kittykhore, a ferocious and voracious winged kitten with a scorpion tail... Don't let it sting you when you play with it.

I read this as “kittywhore”. Either way, Arya is deeply offended.

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I hope they don’t let this dud kill the franchise.

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Ottertown could mean different things to different audiences.

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Also, for those who are friends on FB: check out the pictures of Arya!

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We closed on the house this past Monday! It has made for an odd Thanksgiving week. We decided to have a quiet day and ate at home Thursday.

It was a good thing too. When we went to the house after the closing, we discovered the seller had wasted no time in shutting off the electric service. I had to call to have it restored, which it was on Wednesday evening.

Since we were preparing for the coldest Thanksgiving on record, we were worried about the pipes freezing, so I headed to the house Thursday morning (about a 75 minute drive). I got there and realized I had not brought the keys with me. And the furnace was definitely off.

So, back to the old house to get the keys, then back to the new house. It was 37* F inside. I got breakers turned on, powered up the furnace, and checked the pipes. They were okay, but if I had waited until Friday I have no doubt they would have frozen.

After two round trips, I was home at 4:30, and that was my Thanksgiving.

(This is not on social media at the moment. John has not given notice at his job.)

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I pay Celestial Follower in moldy turnip greens. He should be grateful.

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Treppa wrote:
Masturbation for Charity. I could see it becoming a big thing, for a while.

Would one pledge per minute? It could be an endurance challenge.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Slightly tipsy text messages to Freehold this week:

“I’m cheating on you”
“By eating poutine”
“But it’s by myself, so it’s more like masturbation”

He was amused.

Air Canada announced they were setting up a temporary pop-up poutine stand set up in DuPont Circle to benefit a charity. I’m sorely tempted to masturbate the hell out of it.

Well-played...

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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Wow... I just realized that we actually had a combat with a succubus in a grapple, and I didn't even realize it, much less link the thread.

Shame on me!

SHAME!

DISAPPOINTMENT

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Limeylongears wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Afternoon, all. What did I miss?
Pimp My Knitted Thong - Live!

Umm...

Now that I know that this is a thing, I must know more.

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Pfft. I’ve never lifted a finger since this place opened, so clearly the fault lies elsewhere.

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Slightly tipsy text messages to Freehold this week:

“I’m cheating on you”
“By eating poutine”
“But it’s by myself, so it’s more like masturbation”

He was amused.

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Afternoon, all. What did I miss?

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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Speaking of beyond aggravating, we have our third straight day of dangerously-polluted air today.

I had to go to Costco anyway, and there, in the parking lot, as I was loading the car, was a guy who started his car, then idled for precisely 5 minutes, before driving off. In 65-degree weather on a sunny day.

Can we kill off stupid useless old habits, already?

The *last* thing I needed was to be breathing his exhaust because his brain is stuck in the 1970s.

I get into serious arguments with my mom about this. She refuses to put the car into drive unless she had idled for about 2 full minutes, and gets irate when I start the car and pull off.

Yes, modern engines do not need to idle. But I know people who still insist on it.

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Tacos are good.

Always trusty for picky eaters: chicken and stuffing bake.

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*kicks up feet and cracks open a bottle of supplicants’ tears*

Who let this place get so dusty?

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Afternoon, all. What did I miss?

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Happy Gay Christmas, all!

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Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Couple more weeks yet.
when you have closed we go to katz'.

Absolutely!

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Drejk wrote:
Tormentroll, a troll raised by kytons...

I love this creature.

It makes me miss my Ravenloft PbP. I had a future adventure site planned where this baddy would have fit right in.

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Couple more weeks yet.

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Afternoon all. What did I miss?

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:


I hope you get to go (and enjoy) your trip to Cape Cod. Just out of curiosity, what cool/famous/popular/etc stuff is there to do in Cape Cod? I hear about all the time, but I know no details!

Get over the Simian Flu quickly Monkey! Those abs aint gonna flex themselves! ;P

Well, weather and illness have conspired against me. I’m staying home this weekend:(

So, Cape Cod is known for: Beaches, Kennedy’s, The island of Nantucket and the whaling that once went on there, more restaurants per square Mike than almost anywhere else in America, and more alcoholism too. Oh, and a pernicious opioid epidemic.

To expound further on Nantucket, which is an interesting story: this little island is over an hour by ferry to get to. It’s residents call taking the ferry ‘going to America ‘, which kind of highlights their isolation. In the early 19th century, the demand for whale oil skyrocketed, which the fishermen of Nantucket were fortuitously poised to take advantage of. They built the American whaling fleet, and the ship owners built lavish mansions on the island (their boats and crews for the most part were quartered in the blue collar mill city of New Bedford in Southern Massachusetts). When the discovery and utilization of petroleum came into being, Nantucket’s economy crashed. The island was left in an almost deserted state for decades, with just a few native families eking out a living fishing and farming.

After WWII, the vacation craze began to hit. Nantucket began to become a very hot spot. It was secluded, it had an interesting history, and what’s more the fact that there had been little or no urban renewal since the mid-19th century meant that there were scads of beautiful mansions scattered about just waiting for restoration.

So now Nantucket has been reborn as a haven for the ultra-wealthy. It’s small size makes property values skyrocket, to the point where almost no natives live there anymore. In fact, the billionaires are buying out the millionaires now. It’s...

John did his college internship on Nantucket. He is always raving about it.

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Treppa wrote:
Tuxes are magical. Every guy looks good in a tux.

If it’s a good tux. In my life as a performer, I have seen more than my fair share of cheap, ill-fitting tuxes.

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Ragadolf wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

My mantra now is ‘Fun takes effort ‘. I used to have a bad attitude about putting in the effort to make things happen. Things were difficult, too far, I might not get in. Fnck that. Take the extra effort, spend the grocery money, take the thre-hour drive, take a chance a ticket comes up at the box office. Lots do.

Example: Sunday I’d like nothing better than be a slug on my couch the entire day. But, it’s a day I’ll never have back. Is being some sort of sessile creature going to do anything for me long run? So, I’ve made up my mind, I’m going to Amish country in PA. Maybe see some leaves. Kick around, buy a soft pretzel and a funnel cake. Six hours driving, but who cares? I’ll at least remember the weekend, rather than having a forgotten day. One of my limited days on this planet. We only get so many.

Thats an awesome attitude dude. :)

(I should probably try harder) ;P

I'm pulling out (whats left) of my hair trying to convince my 15 yr old son that not EVERYTHING can be delivered to you immediately and digitally. Sometimes even having fun takes a little time and (GASP!) effort of going out and doing something! :P

Not that his dad has been a great example lately. Too much time trying to catch up on recorded TV shows and playing Champions online. ;P

BUT I did get talked ointo auditioning/ accepting a part for "Its a Wonderful LIfe" (Darn my theater addicted daughter!) They gave me Clarence the angel. How can I say no? :P

So much for my easy, stress-free Fall,... ;)

That sounds like it could be a fun part!

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Perhaps Game of Thrones hasn’t warranted much mention because you expect everyone to die, but...

Spoiler:
Hodor. Man was that a punch to the gut.

Also seconding Mufasa and Littlefoot’s mom. There’s something especially horrible about the death of a character witnessed through the eyes of a scared child.

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Ragadolf wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
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The kitten Arya encountered a cricket in the living room, caught it, and ate it. I’ve never been such a proud papa.

However, her bravery has its limits. She was paralyzed with fear when she beheld the agitating action of the front-loader washing machine. I had to carry her out of the basement.

She wasn't paralyzed with fear.

She was MESMERIZED by the hypnotic action of the kitty-calming-induction-device! ;)

You have made the discovery of our feline overlords ONE weakness! The human race is saved! ;P

I don’t know about that. All of her fur was standing straight up and she was frozen in the back-arching pose you see in Halloween decorations.

Hmm,... keep an eye on the washing machine. If it suffers from 'unexpected' or 'unexplainable' malfunctions, it'll be due to the lil kittens' revenge! :)

(J/K, she's alright, right?) :)

I wouldn’t doubt it. Given how easily she claws through human skin, a water line for the washing machine should be an easy target.

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Ragadolf wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

The kitten Arya encountered a cricket in the living room, caught it, and ate it. I’ve never been such a proud papa.

However, her bravery has its limits. She was paralyzed with fear when she beheld the agitating action of the front-loader washing machine. I had to carry her out of the basement.

She wasn't paralyzed with fear.

She was MESMERIZED by the hypnotic action of the kitty-calming-induction-device! ;)

You have made the discovery of our feline overlords ONE weakness! The human race is saved! ;P

I don’t know about that. All of her fur was standing straight up and she was frozen in the back-arching pose you see in Halloween decorations.

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The kitten Arya encountered a cricket in the living room, caught it, and ate it. I’ve never been such a proud papa.

However, her bravery has its limits. She was paralyzed with fear when she beheld the agitating action of the front-loader washing machine. I had to carry her out of the basement.

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Male Celestial Cleric of Myself 10/Radiant Servant of Me 10

I’m up for anything! My posting has been a bit spotty with the house purchase and all, but I can keep checking in.

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Drejk wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:
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Forg-Eater. You might want to blame Mike for that one...
I went to the website. I love it.
Duh. Of course I made a spelling error and noticed it too late to change it...

New challenge: Stat a forg.

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