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16 posts. Alias of Ambrosia Slaad.


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I blame Cosmo for Tels being so mellow and warm with his fellow humans.

<yawn> Ancient Spirits of Fleavil,
Transform this disgruntled
<yawn> form,
In- <big yawn>

...Ah screw it <snore>

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Tacticslion wrote:

H'okay, I'm not gonna lie.

Dumb as it was (even at the time), irritatingly preachy and unconvincing as it was (even at that age), and over-the-top corny as it was (even at that era), I watched Captain Planet way back when. Not religiously, but enough.

And as exceptionally stupid as it is, possibly for nostalgia only, and possibly just because there's a draft right where I'm sitting, I got chills of "coooooo~!" watching this, despite (or maybe "because of"?) it having every one of the aforementioned traits.

I dunno, guys. Am I losing my discernment? Cynicism? Am I just waxing nostalgic? Or was that fan-made trailer actually... fun? Cool? Some combination? Weeeeiiiiirrrrrd.

However, we were speaking of Game Theory earlier, and, speaking of Captain Planet and MatPat...

(It... it's glorious...)

Don Cheadle makes a better Captain Planet.

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Drock11 wrote:
I blame Cosmo that I have another large pile of cardboard boxes that are a pain to get rid off. Luckily Cosmo hasn't sent them full of plague or a large swarm of spiders, yet.

I blame Cosmo that Drock11 isn't converting this pile of corrugated materials into Habitat for Furmanity homes.

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John Kretzer wrote:
I Blame Cosmo for Floyd ambushing when I got my work clothes from my closet just now.

I blame Cosmo for JK leaving his Calvin & Hobbes collections or his Seller's Pink Panther videos out where Floyd can peruse and study them.

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Drejk wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
christopher: I feel like giving a cat robot arms will not end well for humanity.
Well, when the cats get thumbs the humanity will be technically obsolete. I suspect that cats will keep us around to open fridges and cans, and pour milk anyway just to not have to do that themselves.


Ugh. NO.

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Lemure Cream Pie wrote:
Tarder Sauce, the Grumpy Cat wrote:
Pecan Sandie Duncan wrote:
You should totally do an alias blitz.
What about now?


Pecan Sandie Duncan wrote:
You should totally do an alias blitz.


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quibblemuch wrote:
DeathQuaker wrote:
The amount of unformatted entries indicates there's a lot of new contestants. More people being drawn to Paizo and to design is a good thing.
That is an awesome way to think about it. Thank you!

If you continue to contribute positive comments like this, Wilfred Brimley and I are going to petition to have your scowly avatar revoked. :)

Chyrone wrote:
James Jacobs' Dream Date wrote:

It is funnier when minions are able to do my work for me.

Good job, pet.

You are getting me wrong here miss.

One does not simply make a pet out of a vampire. :)

I also apologize for not posting in the praise Sara thread yet.

As an owner of several humans myself, many times it's often best when the pets don't realize they are a pet. Free range, improved health, yada-yada-yada.

I apologize to Chris for seeming to be less grumpy than usual.

Thunderfrog wrote:
75. Sneak past my 2 year old to palm a cookie and bring it back to my computer, where I won't have to share. The wife noticed of course, and my shame was great.

76. Steal Thunderfrog's cookie.

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MagusJanus wrote:
What kind of bird feeder was it?

It was a typical model designed to feed 2-4 average-sized squirrels.

James Jacobs wrote:
I'm turned off by internet complaints. JOY FOR EVERYONE INSTEAD!!!!

Bah, humbug!