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Sovereign Court

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flash_cxxi wrote:
Awww... but I don't wanna be a "cool kid"...

So you're part of the emo crowd then?


Callous Jack wrote:
flash_cxxi wrote:
Awww... but I don't wanna be a "cool kid"...
So you're part of the emo crowd then?

No, if that was the case he would say, 'I wanna be different, just like all my friends.'

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Patrick Curtin wrote:
flash_cxxi wrote:
Awww... but I don't wanna be a "cool kid"...

That just makes you cooler Flash. :D

ANNNND TotP !!! I AM the COOLEST!

You stole what was rightfully mine!

*shakes angry fist*


Callous Jack wrote:
*shakes angry fist*

You wants I should ruff da monkey up boss?


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PC Monkey wrote:

Callous Jack wrote:

flash_cxxi wrote:
Awww... but I don't wanna be a "cool kid"...

So you're part of the emo crowd then?

No, if that was the case he would say, 'I wanna be different, just like all my friends.'

Third choice- I donwanna be da cool kid- toooo much work.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

niel wrote:
PC Monkey wrote:

Callous Jack wrote:

flash_cxxi wrote:
Awww... but I don't wanna be a "cool kid"...

So you're part of the emo crowd then?

No, if that was the case he would say, 'I wanna be different, just like all my friends.'

Third choice- I donwanna be da cool kid- toooo much work.

OOOOO I like Niel's... I'm lazy fnucker at heart!


niel wrote:
PC Monkey wrote:

Callous Jack wrote:

flash_cxxi wrote:
Awww... but I don't wanna be a "cool kid"...

So you're part of the emo crowd then?

No, if that was the case he would say, 'I wanna be different, just like all my friends.'

Third choice- I donwanna be da cool kid- toooo much work.

Niel! Buddy! How are you! Good to see you posting up!

And that third chocie, we used to call the 'slackers' back in the day. I dunno what the new moniker is. Usually hung out in the smoking area (yes, I am old enough that you could get a signed slip from your parents you could smoke in a special area on high school property).

Liberty's Edge

Moff Rimmer wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
alleynbard wrote:
taig wrote:

Oops, one more thing. I noticed that we are considered the "cool kids" of the boards. How weird is that?

So I read.

Though CJ won't let me into the clubhouse, so I must not be a part of the "cool kids". I suspect his reluctance has something to do with my stunning good looks. ;)

Cool kids versus hot kids... FIGHT!
What if you're both?

You have to fight yourself.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

Studpuffin wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
alleynbard wrote:
taig wrote:

Oops, one more thing. I noticed that we are considered the "cool kids" of the boards. How weird is that?

So I read.

Though CJ won't let me into the clubhouse, so I must not be a part of the "cool kids". I suspect his reluctance has something to do with my stunning good looks. ;)

Cool kids versus hot kids... FIGHT!
What if you're both?
You have to fight yourself.

The Narrator/Tyler Durden FTW!!!


Pathfinder Lost Omens, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
PC Monkey wrote:

niel wrote:

PC Monkey wrote:
Callous Jack wrote:
flash_cxxi wrote:
Awww... but I don't wanna be a "cool kid"...

So you're part of the emo crowd then?

No, if that was the case he would say, 'I wanna be different, just like all my friends.'

Third choice- I donwanna be da cool kid- toooo much work.

Niel! Buddy! How are you! Good to see you posting up!

And that third chocie, we used to call the 'slackers' back in the day. I dunno what the new moniker is. Usually hung out in the smoking area (yes, I am old enough that you could get a signed slip from your parents you could smoke in a special area on high school property).

Hi Patrick. Yeah, my health is much better. I due for the 1st anniversery check-up of the BMT in a couple of weeks and all signs are good.

And I remember the smoking area. I wasn't cool enough to hang there- this was before slackers. I played D&D in the Chem lab with the nerds.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

niel wrote:
PC Monkey wrote:

niel wrote:

PC Monkey wrote:
Callous Jack wrote:
flash_cxxi wrote:
Awww... but I don't wanna be a "cool kid"...

So you're part of the emo crowd then?

No, if that was the case he would say, 'I wanna be different, just like all my friends.'

Third choice- I donwanna be da cool kid- toooo much work.

Niel! Buddy! How are you! Good to see you posting up!

And that third chocie, we used to call the 'slackers' back in the day. I dunno what the new moniker is. Usually hung out in the smoking area (yes, I am old enough that you could get a signed slip from your parents you could smoke in a special area on high school property).

Hi Patrick. Yeah, my health is much better. I due for the 1st anniversery check-up of the BMT in a couple of weeks and all signs are good.

And I remember the smoking area. I wasn't cool enough to hang there- this was before slackers. I played D&D in the Chem lab with the nerds.

Good to hear you're doing well Niel.

I was playing D&D in the Library. We were uncool enough to do it out in the open! ;)


Hey, it is just me, or has it been a while since we saw you, Niel?


*blink*


Second, Hey is it just me of the day:

Or are the Dresden Files good TV?


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Dr Double (ph)D wrote:
Hey, it is just me, or has it been a while since we saw you, Niel?

Maybe- I tend to lurk more than post.

(goes back to flowering by the wall)


niel wrote:

Hi Patrick. Yeah, my health is much better. I due for the 1st anniversery check-up of the BMT in a couple of weeks and all signs are good.

And I remember the smoking area. I wasn't cool enough to hang there- this was before slackers. I played D&D in the Chem lab with the nerds.

Good to hear it man! A spot is open in the two PbPs if you ever feel the urge to return Greep and Billy Ray...

Flash_cxxi wrote:
I was playing D&D in the Library. We were uncool enough to do it out in the open! ;)

My friend started an after-school D&D club at our high school (I was too mortified to join, it was really cheezy, half LARP half D&D). Oh man, you should have seen what the Yearbook folks wrote about it when they were doing the caption under their picture in the Extracuricular section ... owwww

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

Dr. Double Honors, Ph.D. wrote:

Second, Hey is it just me of the day:

Or are the Dresden Files good TV?

Solnes says it's good, so I bought it on DVD. I haven't gotten around to watching it yet though (it's on my extrememly long list of TV shows to watch).


I'm on episode 7.


flash_cxxi wrote:
Dr. Double Honors, Ph.D. wrote:

Second, Hey is it just me of the day:

Or are the Dresden Files good TV?

Solnes says it's good, so I bought it on DVD. I haven't gotten around to watching it yet though (it's on my extrememly long list of TV shows to watch).

YES it is a good TV show! Yes, yes, yes! Watch it!

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

*sigh* OK, time to go to work. Although I'm going to get an early mark today. I was supposed to be doing a computer install this afternoon, so I organised to finish work early so I could make it. They contacted me and asked if I could do it on Friday instead, so I said yes and am just going to finish work early and "say" I still have to do the job today. :D

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Patrick Curtin wrote:


And that third chocie, we used to call the 'slackers' back in the day. I dunno what the new moniker is. Usually hung out in the smoking area (yes, I am old enough that you could get a signed slip from your parents you could smoke in a special area on high school property).

Wait...what?!?! What was the smoking age?

I am old enough that I used to walk down to the corner store to buy cigarettes for my parents with a note, but I've never heard of being able to smoke in high school with your parent's permission. On an airplane? Of course! In the delivery room? Sure, why not! At high school? Only in the teacher's lounge.

I swear that all my teachers smoked.

Silver Crusade

ghost post.


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Patrick wrote:

niel wrote:

Hi Patrick. Yeah, my health is much better. I due for the 1st anniversery check-up of the BMT in a couple of weeks and all signs are good.

And I remember the smoking area. I wasn't cool enough to hang there- this was before slackers. I played D&D in the Chem lab with the nerds.

Good to hear it man! A spot is open in the two PbPs if you ever feel the urge to return Greep and Billy Ray...

Flash_cxxi wrote:
I was playing D&D in the Library. We were uncool enough to do it out in the open! ;)

My friend started an after-school D&D club at our high school (I was too mortified to join, it was really cheezy, half LARP half D&D). Oh man, you should have seen what the Yearbook folks wrote about it when they were doing the caption under their picture in the Extracuricular section ... owwww

We went for the chem lab 'cause ya could eat lunch there.

Ahh - Greep. He was fun- I'll have to think about that.

See ya'll later- I'm off work and headed home.

Scarab Sages

Sharoth wrote:
flash_cxxi wrote:
Dr. Double Honors, Ph.D. wrote:

Second, Hey is it just me of the day:

Or are the Dresden Files good TV?

Solnes says it's good, so I bought it on DVD. I haven't gotten around to watching it yet though (it's on my extrememly long list of TV shows to watch).
YES it is a good TV show! Yes, yes, yes! Watch it!

We're watching Sanctuary right now. Not sure if I like it yet but heard the best line on it I've heard in a while...

"Got it. Increase threat level to 'Holy Crap'."


Sebastian wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:


And that third chocie, we used to call the 'slackers' back in the day. I dunno what the new moniker is. Usually hung out in the smoking area (yes, I am old enough that you could get a signed slip from your parents you could smoke in a special area on high school property).

Wait...what?!?! What was the smoking age?

I am old enough that I used to walk down to the corner store to buy cigarettes for my parents with a note, but I've never heard of being able to smoke in high school with your parent's permission. On an airplane? Of course! In the delivery room? Sure, why not! At high school? Only in the teacher's lounge.

I swear that all my teachers smoked.

I dunno, but I guess it was the '18 or with parental consent' thing back then. All I know is that it was a real popular place for the flannel shirt, ripped jeans, and Doc Martens-wearing crowd (this was before grunge)

RPG Superstar 2012

I liked Dresden Files. It was uneven, but it was finding its "voice". Too bad it got the ax.


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pony-man wrote:

I am old enough that I used to walk down to the corner store to buy cigarettes for my parents with a note, but I've never heard of being able to smoke in high school with your parent's permission. On an airplane? Of course! In the delivery room? Sure, why not! At high school? Only in the teacher's lounge.

I swear that all my teachers smoked.

We had a courtyard at the high school for smoking. Once you had filed a note from your parents, you had access. I graduated in '81 and, as far as I know, it was still there until the place was renovated in the early 90s. Of course, I'm from Mathews Couty, Va, so we're not talking 'bout cityfolk.

RPG Superstar 2012

I would be old enough to remember "smoking areas" at school, but I never paid attention to how to get permission.


niel wrote:
pony-man wrote:

I am old enough that I used to walk down to the corner store to buy cigarettes for my parents with a note, but I've never heard of being able to smoke in high school with your parent's permission. On an airplane? Of course! In the delivery room? Sure, why not! At high school? Only in the teacher's lounge.

I swear that all my teachers smoked.

We had a courtyard at the high school for smoking. Once you had filed a note from your parents, you had access. I graduated in '81 and, as far as I know, it was still there until the place was renovated in the early 90s. Of course, I'm from Mathews Couty, Va, so we're not talking 'bout cityfolk.

Well, it was in place for Wayland Massachusetts until at least the start of the Nineties there. It wasn't big city, but it was Lefty Liberal Land. Most of the adults in town were high-powered execs in Boston with the swank suburban digs.

But then there was Wayland's little village of Cochituate, which had the remanants of an Irish-Catholic population from an old shoe factory from the Industrial Revolution. They formed the core of the 'slacker' crowd. Me, I was just a nerd with teacher parents who lived there. I played D&D, LOL, and didn't smoke 'till I took up binge drinking in college...

Liberty's Edge

So all of that graphic work I was doing the other day is finished.

Thought I would post it here on the off chance people might be interested.

I am still debating if I should promote the maps like I do the other articles.

RPG Superstar 2012

alleynbard wrote:

So all of that graphic work I was doing the other day is finished.

Thought I would post it here on the off chance people might be interested.

I am still debating if I should promote the maps like I do the other articles.

Nice!


alleynbard wrote:

So all of that graphic work I was doing the other day is finished.

Thought I would post it here on the off chance people might be interested.

I am still debating if I should promote the maps like I do the other articles.

AB that's a sweet map. I love cartography, and this is a nice example!

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Taig: YAY! You're back! Congrats on the job offer too; hope it works out for you. Saw your credentials on some of the Sunken Empires stuff on KQ too -- congrats again!

Thanks, Amby! :)

Yeah, a few things that I came up with made it into the final. Brandon did a great job on the overall product. It's good stuff, and I'm not just saying that because I worked on the project.


Dr. Double Honors, Ph.D. wrote:

Second, Hey is it just me of the day:

Or are the Dresden Files good TV?

Dresden Files was awesome TV!

The Exchange

Callous Jack wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Callous Jack wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The 4 day weekend has calmed me down(except for the Rome Total War Fiasco) ...

Did you get it to work?

*lights match and sets to fuse*

;-)

GRRAAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!!!! sounds of zen garden being wrecked and set aflame

Your rants remind me of this Simpsons scene.

;-)

that feels like my life somedays;other days well


*sigh* Kitchen almost done......


Bedroom done......


Pat: Lesbians?
Taig: You gotta be kiddin' me. The axe? S$%#. I was actually on six before. Going for 7 now. Geez, being lazy feels like a great reward.


Bathroom Done.....


Dr. Double Honors, Ph.D. wrote:

Pat: Lesbians?

Taig: You gotta be kiddin' me. The axe? s!~*. I was actually on six before. Going for 7 now. Geez, being lazy feels like a great reward.

Where? ;)


Living room almost done......


Time to shower and get to work...

The Exchange

Solnes wrote:
Dr. Double Honors, Ph.D. wrote:

Second, Hey is it just me of the day:

Or are the Dresden Files good TV?

Dresden Files was awesome TV!

However they are not the books and a lot of people were put off because of this. Don't be they actually add some neat twists on event from the books.

Liberty's Edge

(:{~
Colonel Sanders

-:>3
Chicken

}:>~
Dragon

=|:->
Abe Lincoln

I seem to be very bored.

The Exchange

Solnes wrote:
Dr. Double Honors, Ph.D. wrote:

Pat: Lesbians?

Taig: You gotta be kiddin' me. The axe? s!~*. I was actually on six before. Going for 7 now. Geez, being lazy feels like a great reward.
Where? ;)

~looks around quickly~

Oh I thought someone said my ex wife was here, worried about a heart attack for a moment.

The Exchange

Studpuffin wrote:

(:{~

Colonel Sanders

-:>3
Chicken

}:>~
Dragon

=|:->
Abe Lincoln

I seem to be very bored.

I shall try to be more entertaining.

Dresden files

Liberty's Edge

Thank you for the compliments.

Ugh...I need to head out here soon. I will likely stop by quickly, but I imagine it won't be until much later.

The Exchange

Sebastian wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:


And that third chocie, we used to call the 'slackers' back in the day. I dunno what the new moniker is. Usually hung out in the smoking area (yes, I am old enough that you could get a signed slip from your parents you could smoke in a special area on high school property).

Wait...what?!?! What was the smoking age?

I am old enough that I used to walk down to the corner store to buy cigarettes for my parents with a note, but I've never heard of being able to smoke in high school with your parent's permission. On an airplane? Of course! In the delivery room? Sure, why not! At high school? Only in the teacher's lounge.

I swear that all my teachers smoked.

I remember having a hallway that was set up with a tarp covering the entrance, thats where everyone went to smoke during breaks between classes. That and the entrance on the other end of the hallway.

Liberty's Edge

Crimson Jester wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:

(:{~

Colonel Sanders

-:>3
Chicken

}:>~
Dragon

=|:->
Abe Lincoln

I seem to be very bored.

I shall try to be more entertaining.

Dresden files

Boo, I can't watch at work. :(

My comment about boredom isn't directed at FAWTL, just to make things clear. It's directed at the lack of engaging things here at work.


Awright folks! It's time for me to punch out and head out into the world. I've got to drop another payment on the bike, do some banking, pick up Infinite Space for DS and enjoy the sale at my FCBS for NEW COMIC BOOK DAY!!! SO long for now!
[EDIT]Punching out of work for TOP!!!! YES!!!! I knew this was gonna be a great day!!!!!

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