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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
There was a 20th century philosophical theologian named Bernard Lonergan.

In school he always cloistered himself away to research stacks of positively gravid tomes rather than go out to revel with the rest of us.

We called him Bernie Loner.


It was probably for the best, since he became a Jesuit. Or vice versa.

(The funny thing was, because of this, I heard your rap as "Big John Lonergan," until I saw you type it out.)


You are more than welcome... nay, sir, you are expected to replace my lyrics with your own!

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

I just finished listening to the show. Yay for diversity! My wife tried roleplaying games once. My daughter, who is 13, still plays with me, a couple of friends from work, and my son, so I'm happy about that.

I wonder what Danielle thought about you two carrying on. She seemed like she had fun with it, but she also seemed like she was thinking, "What have I done? These guys are lunatics."

Great show and I'm looking forward to the next one.

Oh yeah:

KKKKKKKKKKAAAAAAAGGGGEEEMAAAAAAAAATTSSSUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!


taig wrote:

I just finished listening to the show. Yay for diversity! My wife tried roleplaying games once. My daughter, who is 13, still plays with me, a couple of friends from work, and my son, so I'm happy about that.

I wonder what Danielle thought about you two carrying on. She seemed like she had fun with it, but she also seemed like she was thinking, "What have I done? These guys are lunatics."

Great show and I'm looking forward to the next one.

Oh yeah:

KKKKKKKKKKAAAAAAAGGGGEEEMAAAAAAAAATTSSSUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!

KAAAAAAAAAAAAGGGGGGGEEEEEEMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATTSSSUUUUUUUUUUU to you too! And thanks.

I still don't know what Danielle thought of the interview. Just yesterday, she accepted my Facebook friendship, so I suppose she didn't altogether loathe the experience. ;)

Liberty's Edge

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
There was a 20th century philosophical theologian named Bernard Lonergan.

One of my best friends is named Pat Lonergan. If he ever hears that song, his ego will explode. And I'll never stop hearing about it.

Liberty's Edge

The Jade wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
I may have to re-mix/re-cut your Big John song. Is that alright?

I was really hoping you'd like that.

I expanded Big John Lonnigan it into a full song that will be for sale. That chorus was just too much fun not to build on. The verse lyrics are absolutely ridiculous. <g>

So in answer to your question, have at and have fun with any sounds I ever send out there. I am thoroughly honored, dude. I just want to keep control of the public release of the song, because I stand to make a good $5 there. Maybe, and I'm not suggesting that I'm always this optimistic, but maybe just maybe? $6.

I wasn't planning on distributing it, if you're wondering. I'll just send you an .mp3 of the song when (if) I finish.

Thanks, by the way.


The Jade wrote:
taig wrote:

I just finished listening to the show. Yay for diversity! My wife tried roleplaying games once. My daughter, who is 13, still plays with me, a couple of friends from work, and my son, so I'm happy about that.

I wonder what Danielle thought about you two carrying on. She seemed like she had fun with it, but she also seemed like she was thinking, "What have I done? These guys are lunatics."

Great show and I'm looking forward to the next one.

Oh yeah:

KKKKKKKKKKAAAAAAAGGGGEEEMAAAAAAAAATTSSSUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!

KAAAAAAAAAAAAGGGGGGGEEEEEEMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATTSSSUUUUUUUUUUU to you too! And thanks.

I still don't know what Danielle thought of the interview. Just yesterday, she accepted my Facebook friendship, so I suppose she didn't altogether loathe the experience. ;)

HAHAHA! Man, I was thinking the same thing, Taig. I was listening to learn as always, but also with an ear to "Dear God, what are these ladies making of the experience?"


Given the gaming culture, it shouldn't come as a shock to either of the ladies I'd reckon.


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:

I wasn't planning on distributing it, if you're wondering. I'll just send you an .mp3 of the song when (if) I finish.

Thanks, by the way.

Send it. We'll play the show out with it. :)


Urizen wrote:
Given the gaming culture, it shouldn't come as a shock to either of the ladies I'd reckon.

I thought we were mature and proffesional. Perhaps that's just I need to tell myself.


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
There was a 20th century philosophical theologian named Bernard Lonergan.
One of my best friends is named Pat Lonergan. If he ever hears that song, his ego will explode. And I'll never stop hearing about it.

Should I release a version that says "Big Pat Longergan? ;)

Silver Crusade

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
The Jade wrote:
taig wrote:

I just finished listening to the show. Yay for diversity! My wife tried roleplaying games once. My daughter, who is 13, still plays with me, a couple of friends from work, and my son, so I'm happy about that.

I wonder what Danielle thought about you two carrying on. She seemed like she had fun with it, but she also seemed like she was thinking, "What have I done? These guys are lunatics."

Great show and I'm looking forward to the next one.

Oh yeah:

KKKKKKKKKKAAAAAAAGGGGEEEMAAAAAAAAATTSSSUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!

KAAAAAAAAAAAAGGGGGGGEEEEEEMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATTSSSUUUUUUUUUUU to you too! And thanks.

I still don't know what Danielle thought of the interview. Just yesterday, she accepted my Facebook friendship, so I suppose she didn't altogether loathe the experience. ;)

HAHAHA! Man, I was thinking the same thing, Taig. I was listening to learn as always, but also with an ear to "Dear God, what are these ladies making of the experience?"

I thought I could actually hear her eyes rolling at one point...


If I may defend us, remember those technical difficulties we experienced? I recall she laughed aloud far more often than what you hear in the interview. Her recording lost a lot of audio, so some of those long silences don't reflect what actually went down.

That all said, yeah, she prolly still figured out we were dolts.

RPG Superstar 2012

The Jade wrote:

If I may defend us, remember those technical difficulties we experienced? I recall she laughed aloud far more often than what you hear in the interview. Her recording lost a lot of audio, so some of those long silences don't reflect what actually went down.

That all said, yeah, she prolly still figured out we were dolts.

Really, she sounded like she was having a lot of fun, and she said a number of times you guys were asking great questions.

Unless you edited out all the parts where she said, "What the f!%% kind of question was that?" ;)

Liberty's Edge

The Jade wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
There was a 20th century philosophical theologian named Bernard Lonergan.
One of my best friends is named Pat Lonergan. If he ever hears that song, his ego will explode. And I'll never stop hearing about it.

Should I release a version that says "Big Pat Longergan? ;)

Only if you want to. He's not a listener. Yet.


taig wrote:
The Jade wrote:

If I may defend us, remember those technical difficulties we experienced? I recall she laughed aloud far more often than what you hear in the interview. Her recording lost a lot of audio, so some of those long silences don't reflect what actually went down.

That all said, yeah, she prolly still figured out we were dolts.

Really, she sounded like she was having a lot of fun, and she said a number of times you guys were asking great questions.

Unless you edited out all the parts where she said, "What the f&&~ kind of question was that?" ;)

Believe it or not, I actually edited out 7 instances of her complimenting the questions then remixed them into a beat and it's going to promote the show at the very end of tomorrow's episode of RPG Countdown.


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
The Jade wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
There was a 20th century philosophical theologian named Bernard Lonergan.
One of my best friends is named Pat Lonergan. If he ever hears that song, his ego will explode. And I'll never stop hearing about it.

Should I release a version that says "Big Pat Longergan? ;)

Only if you want to. He's not a listener. Yet.

This could be done.

::writhes hands::

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

The Jade wrote:
taig wrote:
The Jade wrote:

If I may defend us, remember those technical difficulties we experienced? I recall she laughed aloud far more often than what you hear in the interview. Her recording lost a lot of audio, so some of those long silences don't reflect what actually went down.

That all said, yeah, she prolly still figured out we were dolts.

Really, she sounded like she was having a lot of fun, and she said a number of times you guys were asking great questions.

Unless you edited out all the parts where she said, "What the f&&~ kind of question was that?" ;)

Believe it or not, I actually edited out 7 instances of her complimenting the questions then remixed them into a beat and it's going to promote the show at the very end of tomorrow's episode of RPG Countdown.

I'll be listening for that!


Cool! Me too!

RPG Superstar 2012

Sock Puppet Temptress wrote:
Cool! Me too!

BWAHAHAHAHAHA!


Sock Puppet Temptress wrote:
Cool! Me too!

Bonjour bébé! Comment voulez-vous Hollar avec moi toute la nuit pour cinq dollars?


Hon! Hon! Hon!

Just a note: the Montreal women, I mean, the real ones, are HO-OT. Haaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwwt. Just thought I should confirm that.


Giggidy Giggidy Goo!


And to come back from the threadjack,

KKKAAAGGGEEEMMMAAATTTSSSUUUUUUU!


KKKKAAAAGGGGEEEEMMMMAAAATTTTSSSSUUUUUUUU!!!

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

KKKKAAAAGGGGEEEEMMMMAAAATTTTZZZZOOOOOOOO!!!


Yes boys, I just saw that there was a pole dancing thread posted just today and I thought, "Hey, I've pole danced professionally so why don't I post on Paizo!" These sorts of things can't be a kwinky dinky now can they? It's fate's gravity pulling us together. My lithe unattainable body, and the approval of the lusty gamer horde. hee hee <--see how I leave things lower case to be cute? Oh I'm just too much.

Let me try... let me try!

Kegger-Matzoh!

Did I do it right? <:-)


Uh...yeah, baby. you're doin' it right. Hurr-hurr.


Heff Ing More-Ahn wrote:
Uh...yeah, baby. you're doin' it right. Hurr-hurr.

<giggles>

Oh hon, you're adorable.


The worst part is, I actually hear Rone's voice when he posts...and I know his fake woman voice. :S


Does a tuck.

<mimicking Rone> I'd <redact> me. </mimicking Rone>

RPG Superstar 2012

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
The worst part is, I actually hear Rone's voice when he posts...and I know his fake woman voice. :S

That's a RuJadian nightmare, right there.

Silver Crusade

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

Hon! Hon! Hon!

Just a note: the Montreal women, I mean, the real ones, are HO-OT. Haaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwwt. Just thought I should confirm that.

What about the ones that are actually overweight middle-aged men who live in a basement?


I just got my powr back on after a 15 hour blackout. Well water... off. Heat... off. Branches and trees down everywhere.

Let it snow let it snow let is snowwwww...

taig wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
The worst part is, I actually hear Rone's voice when he posts...and I know his fake woman voice. :S

That's a RuJadian nightmare, right there.

Well you've really got to suspend disbelief or the whole affair becomes a bit sordid, doesn't it?

Celestial Healer wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

Hon! Hon! Hon!

Just a note: the Montreal women, I mean, the real ones, are HO-OT. Haaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwwt. Just thought I should confirm that.

What about the ones that are actually overweight middle-aged men who live in a basement?

LOL. Stop. I'm getting hot.

Urizen wrote:

Does a tuck.

<mimicking Rone> I'd <redact> me. </mimicking Rone>

We've only know each other so long, my friend. But you have me nailed. Or is that me nailing me? Either way, pass the tissues.


The Jade wrote:


Urizen wrote:

Does a tuck.

<mimicking Rone> I'd <redact> me. </mimicking Rone>

We've only know each other so long, my friend. But you have me nailed. Or is that me nailing me? Either way, pass the tissues.

Here's some napkins. The box says they're sanitary, so I guess that's alright...


Urizen wrote:
The Jade wrote:


Urizen wrote:

Does a tuck.

<mimicking Rone> I'd <redact> me. </mimicking Rone>

We've only know each other so long, my friend. But you have me nailed. Or is that me nailing me? Either way, pass the tissues.
Here's some napkins. The box says they're sanitary, so I guess that's alright...

Fast food joint napkins? Wow... this somehow feels like a new low. They smell of chicken. Were these at the bottom of a bag with something chickeny?


The Jade wrote:
Fast food joint napkins? Wow... this somehow feels like a new low. They smell of chicken. Were these at the bottom of a bag with something chickeny?

Chicken? I thought that was fish. Did I leave a tartar packet in that bundle?


Urizen wrote:
The Jade wrote:
Fast food joint napkins? Wow... this somehow feels like a new low. They smell of chicken. Were these at the bottom of a bag with something chickeny?
Chicken? I thought that was fish. Did I leave a tartar packet in that bundle?

So you're saying the white goop on this allegedly clean, oddly reeking kerchief you expect me to rub against my skin owes to Tartar sauce?


The Jade wrote:
So you're saying the white goop on this allegedly clean, oddly reeking kerchief you expect me to rub against my skin owes to Tartar sauce?

[Jamie Gumb]Rub the tartar on the skin. RUB THE TARTAR ON THE SKIN![/Jamie Gumb]


Urizen wrote:
The Jade wrote:
So you're saying the white goop on this allegedly clean, oddly reeking kerchief you expect me to rub against my skin owes to Tartar sauce?
[Jamie Gumb]Rub the tartar on the skin. RUB THE TARTAR ON THE SKIN![/Jamie Gumb]

Its puts the tartar on its skin. I hope you're happy.


The Jade wrote:
Its puts the tartar on its skin. I hope you're happy.

Actually, Rone ... I'm creeped out! Hehehe

BTW, Like your post on the welcome thread. Heh.


Why do you think he removes their skins, Agent Starling?

Silver Crusade

Sock Puppet Temptress wrote:

Yes boys, I just saw that there was a pole dancing thread posted just today and I thought, "Hey, I've pole danced professionally so why don't I post on Paizo!" These sorts of things can't be a kwinky dinky now can they? It's fate's gravity pulling us together. My lithe unattainable body, and the approval of the lusty gamer horde. hee hee <--see how I leave things lower case to be cute? Oh I'm just too much.

Let me try... let me try!

Kegger-Matzoh!

Did I do it right? <:-)

You're going out on a limb here, SPT :)


Hannibal Lecter wrote:
Why do you think he removes their skins, Agent Starling?

What's honestly a bit disturbing is that, despite being a vegetarian and non-cannibal (for Lent anyway), I haven't eaten in awhile and this conversation somehow got me peckish. Is that wrong?

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

The Jade wrote:
Hannibal Lecter wrote:
Why do you think he removes their skins, Agent Starling?
What's honestly a bit disturbing is that, despite being a vegetarian and non-cannibal (for Lent anyway), I haven't eaten in awhile and this conversation somehow got me peckish. Is that wrong?

Only in about 187 Countries. You're safe in the rest. :)


flash_cxxi wrote:
The Jade wrote:
Hannibal Lecter wrote:
Why do you think he removes their skins, Agent Starling?
What's honestly a bit disturbing is that, despite being a vegetarian and non-cannibal (for Lent anyway), I haven't eaten in awhile and this conversation somehow got me peckish. Is that wrong?
Only in about 187 Countries. You're safe in the rest. :)

There should be special travel books for my kind. Point out all the hot spots for touring and detail the local laws and such. Who knows? In some countries eating toes might be forbidden. I guess those are called toe-away zones.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

The Jade wrote:
flash_cxxi wrote:
The Jade wrote:
Hannibal Lecter wrote:
Why do you think he removes their skins, Agent Starling?
What's honestly a bit disturbing is that, despite being a vegetarian and non-cannibal (for Lent anyway), I haven't eaten in awhile and this conversation somehow got me peckish. Is that wrong?
Only in about 187 Countries. You're safe in the rest. :)
There should be special travel books for my kind. Point out all the hot spots for touring and detail the local laws and such. Who knows? In some countries eating toes might be forbidden. I guess those are called toe-away zones.

Well our Government has a website up about what not to do in certain countries... I can't say as cannibalism ranks on there at the moment, but I'll put in a petition to have it added now that you've brought up the messy details.


The Jade wrote:
In some countries eating toes might be forbidden. I guess those are called toe-away zones.

ha!


flash_cxxi wrote:
The Jade wrote:
flash_cxxi wrote:
The Jade wrote:
Hannibal Lecter wrote:
Why do you think he removes their skins, Agent Starling?
What's honestly a bit disturbing is that, despite being a vegetarian and non-cannibal (for Lent anyway), I haven't eaten in awhile and this conversation somehow got me peckish. Is that wrong?
Only in about 187 Countries. You're safe in the rest. :)
There should be special travel books for my kind. Point out all the hot spots for touring and detail the local laws and such. Who knows? In some countries eating toes might be forbidden. I guess those are called toe-away zones.
Well our Government has a website up about what not to do in certain countries... I can't say as cannibalism ranks on there at the moment, but I'll put in a petition to have it added now that you've brought up the messy details.

I think any government protocol pamphlet for travelers to other countries should include a cannibalism section. I mean, you think you can leave that sort of thing up to good judgement and then HEY NOW, you have an international incident.

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