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My grandma's got people in St. Marys, and my father-in-law livesin Summerville. Maybe I should cme and visit all of ya'll. That is, unless I can convince you to move here to Utah.


David Fryer wrote:
My grandma's got people in St. Marys, and my father-in-law livesin Summerville. Maybe I should cme and visit all of ya'll. That is, unless I can convince you to move here to Utah.

~grins~ I have heard good things about Utah, but I am not moving anytime soon. However, you are welcome to visit at anytime. At worse case I have a couch that I can let you sleep on. ~grins~ Chances are, I would take the couch and let you and your wife have the bed.


Solnes wrote:
That sounds like fun, we could set up a weekend gaming session! Maybe in the fall during one of the kids school breaks!

That would work with me. Hell, by that time Mr. Shiny will be going to SCAD and maybe I can "persuade" him to join us.

Note - Since Mr. Shiny is stronger than I am, all forms of persuasion would have to be verbal, not physical. ~GRINS~


...You realize that you are just as sane as Heathy, CourtFool, Kobold Cleaver, and Sebastian. ~scratches my head for a moment and thinks~ Hmmmmmnnnnnnn....... That is not a good thing. Frack!

~GRINS~


David Fryer wrote:
My grandma's got people in St. Marys, and my father-in-law livesin Summerville. Maybe I should cme and visit all of ya'll. That is, unless I can convince you to move here to Utah.

We have decided that e are moving from Myrtle Beach next year. Now we are just trying to decide where!

Come on down! We also have a couch!


Solnes wrote:
David Fryer wrote:
My grandma's got people in St. Marys, and my father-in-law livesin Summerville. Maybe I should cme and visit all of ya'll. That is, unless I can convince you to move here to Utah.

We have decided that e are moving from Myrtle Beach next year. Now we are just trying to decide where!

Come on down! We also have a couch!

~thinks~ Hmmmnnnnnn.... I have no problem with the couch, but that shotgun that Moorluck has pointed my way is another matter entirely!

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Solnes wrote:
We have decided that e are moving from Myrtle Beach next year. Now we are just trying to decide where!

I hear Australia is nice this time next year... ;)

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Not as nice as Utah. Cedar City has a festival or carnival going on almost every week during the summer. Last week it was the Paiute pow wow and the Summer Jam indie music festival. This week it's the American Family Fest, with all kinds of performers, a carnival, and a big fireworks show tonight. Next week is the Rennisance Faire and the July Jamboree. Not to mention the Utah Summer Games, the Tony Award winning Utah Shakespearean Festival, and the Neil Simon Festival which run all summer long. Now if I could just get them to agree to Pathfinder Fest, The anime festival, and the Village People Festival...


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You have more than a handful of Paizo staff and/or fans on your Facebook page...

You took all your Pathfinder books to Gencon (UK) to get them signed by Paizo staff...

[looks around shiftily]

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ericthecleric wrote:
You have more than a handful of Paizo staff and/or fans on your Facebook page...

hmmm, I resemble that statement...


If you can dig obscure threads out of the archives at will ...


So this looks like a dead thread, but it's really the only thing I could find kinda related and it's my first post...

I just got a pretty nifty, very painful, but nifty tattoo.

http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=35ix8o4&s=6


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JimmyNightmare wrote:

So this looks like a dead thread, but it's really the only thing I could find kinda related and it's my first post...

I just got a pretty nifty, very painful, but nifty tattoo.

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If you just read your way through a 500+ post 3 year old thread just because it was there.

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Moved thread.


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Benoc wrote:
If you just read your way through a 500+ post 3 year old thread just because it was there.

If you scroll through a 500+ post thread to reread the nonsense you have written three years ago - the paizo equivalent of googling yourself...


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... you spend more time reading threads on the paizo boards and asking questions and advice about your Pathfinder campaign, than actually working on your Pathfinder campaign.


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Benoc wrote:
If you just read your way through a 500+ post 3 year old thread just because it was there.

Crap...I kust did that...Hi, my name is Mal and I'm a paizoholic.


You are sad this thread got off the original topic so you can't be guilty of more of them.


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You're glad that another Paizo nerd has successfully got the thread back on topic so you can be guilty of more of them.


Lem, you're awesome. Many thanks.

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JimmyNightmare wrote:

So this looks like a dead thread, but it's really the only thing I could find kinda related and it's my first post...

I just got a pretty nifty, very painful, but nifty tattoo.

http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=35ix8o4&s=6

This is awesome! How long did it take?

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I think it took about 3-3.5 hours. The tattoo shop was awesome too, I explained what it was and the guy was really cool and non-judgmental about it.

I also have Shelyn's holy symbol on my calf too. My fiance and I got done as a symbol of our love. I'll post a picture of that too if anyone wants to see it.

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JimmyNightmare wrote:

I think it took about 3-3.5 hours. The tattoo shop was awesome too, I explained what it was and the guy was really cool and non-judgmental about it.

I also have Shelyn's holy symbol on my calf too. My fiance and I got done as a symbol of our love. I'll post a picture of that too if anyone wants to see it.

Welcome to the band of folks that have a Sihedron tattoo! :D


Jason Schimmel wrote:
At conventions, you have to tell people that you talk to Pathfinder about that "you don't work for Paizo".

I don't think I have to worry about that, I work so much I hardly have enough time to play, let alone go to conventions and stuff.

But hey, if Paizo wants to give me a job for something, I'd be cool with that.

Liz Courts wrote:
JimmyNightmare wrote:

I think it took about 3-3.5 hours. The tattoo shop was awesome too, I explained what it was and the guy was really cool and non-judgmental about it.

I also have Shelyn's holy symbol on my calf too. My fiance and I got done as a symbol of our love. I'll post a picture of that too if anyone wants to see it.

Welcome to the band of folks that have a Sihedron tattoo! :D

:D Thanks.

I just reread my post and wow that line was special, I was half dead from work last night when I got home. "A symbol of our love." Eh, what can you do though... It was more of a commitment kind of thing and junk.


JimmyNightmare wrote:
I think it took about 3-3.5 hours. The tattoo shop was awesome too, I explained what it was and the guy was really cool and non-judgmental about it.

I guess that after some things people want to get tattooed on themselves your request was nothing to him.

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I also have Shelyn's holy symbol on my calf too. My fiance and I got done as a symbol of our love. I'll post a picture of that too if anyone wants to see it.

Only the fiance's one ;)


Your first tattoo decision is going to be the holy symbol of Iomedae and now that you think about it the Paizo goblin would look cool too!


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You don't get a tatoo so you can get more paizo stuff.

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The list of your characters to have been slain by paizo staff is growing...

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Mike Brock check

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Meat wrote:

The list of your characters to have been slain by paizo staff is growing...

Jason Buhlman check
Mike Brock check

Well, your name is Meat. What do you expect them to do?


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You suggest a name for an upcoming adventure path, and they use it.

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...you forge a 3PP company to produce Pathfinder Roleplaying Game-compatible material.

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JimmyNightmare wrote:

I think it took about 3-3.5 hours. The tattoo shop was awesome too, I explained what it was and the guy was really cool and non-judgmental about it.

I also have Shelyn's holy symbol on my calf too. My fiance and I got done as a symbol of our love. I'll post a picture of that too if anyone wants to see it.

Awesome shards of sin ink, and of course we want to see the Shelyn tats.

Daron Woodson
Abandoned Arts


You regularly search your fave npc's names to see if ANYBODY has written anything cool about them that you've missed.

You refer to all of the Paizo powers-that-be by first names and your mate knows exactly who you're talking about


I'll post the pictures of them later tonight.


You'd rather have a Pathfinder hardback than a solid meal.

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