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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
So...AB, where you able to access the doc okay?

I was able to do so, thank you for sending it.

I am glancing over it right now. I would have done so last night but our house suddenly became Grand Central Station for most of the evening.

Scarab Sages

wanders through the thread looking for #22064

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How is everyone today?

I am having one of those "I feel inexplicably lonely" kind of days.


alleynbard wrote:

How is everyone today?

I am having one of those "I feel inexplicably lonely" kind of days.

*hugs*

Yeah, I'm all unsettled and discombobulated today. Strange day.


Wife had to work a lot longer than anticipated today. Ugh. Tax day almost here. I will try and entertain you guys with a little softshoe.

Maestro!

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I'm with everyone in spirit, ectoplasmic get down anybody?


*wets everyone's t-shirts*


The Garden Hose wrote:
*wets everyone's t-shirts*

Hey! I wore white today!

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Treppa wrote:
The Garden Hose wrote:
*wets everyone's t-shirts*
Hey! I wore white today!

Where?


Studpuffin wrote:
Treppa wrote:
The Garden Hose wrote:
*wets everyone's t-shirts*
Hey! I wore white today!
Where?

Let's go home and I'll show you.

Spoiler:
The answer is: while cutting the grass


::Singing and dancing::

"If you're blue and you donknow
Where to go to whydonchyago
Where fashion siiiiiiiiitsssssss..."


Sudden desire for a cracker.

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Mmmm, Keebler.


uh-muh-nuh-muh-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiz!


Treppa wrote:
uh-muh-nuh-muh-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiz!

That's aramaic for Andy Griffith.


Studpuffin wrote:
Mmmm, Keebler.

SPEAK NOT OF KEEBLER IN THE HOLY HOUSE OF NABISCO, ELF LUVIN HEATHEN!

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I am sorry to hear others are having an "off" day as well. Though, at the same time, I am kind of happy to hear it is not just me. :) And hugs are always nice.

I had thought it might be the weather, as we have been experiencing somewhat warm days with gloriously cool nights. While I love the cooler temperatures, the fluctuation always seems to throw me off.

And all this talk of crackers has awakened a craving for some clam chowder. I think I might go fix myself some delicious soup.

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The Jade wrote:
Treppa wrote:
uh-muh-nuh-muh-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiz!
That's aramaic for Andy Griffith.

Crisp Ritz cracker is actually kind of difficult to say.


Treppa wrote:
uh-muh-nuh-muh-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiz!

Thanks, Treppa! That's exactly what I was waiting for, although I was hoping someone would make a new avvy...

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The Jade wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Mmmm, Keebler.
SPEAK NOT OF KEEBLER IN THE HOLY HOUSE OF NABISCO, ELF LUVIN HEATHEN!

Mmm, sweet elf lurvin.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Treppa wrote:
uh-muh-nuh-muh-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiz!
Thanks, Treppa! That's exactly what I was waiting for, although I was hoping someone would make a new avvy...

There's a Peter Boyle as Frankenstein avvy? Point me at it!


Oh, well, I didn't want to be the one doing the work, you see. I mean I would, but I'm expecting Papa John's to deliver any minute, and I can't keyboard with cheesy fingers.

Scarab Sages

Mmmmmm....pizza.

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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Oh, well, I didn't want to be the one doing the work, you see. I mean I would, but I'm expecting Papa John's to deliver any minute, and I can't keyboard with cheesy fingers.

BWAHAHAHA, stop doing the double entendres!

Scarab Sages

Mmmmmm......entree


Aberzombie wrote:
Mmmmmm......entree

Double entrees!

The Exchange

Good afternoon............

I remember 2000 posts. That was a long time ago.


Crimson Jester wrote:

Good afternoon............

I remember 2000 posts. That was a long time ago.

We were young once. Yep.

Yep.


Studpuffin wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Oh, well, I didn't want to be the one doing the work, you see. I mean I would, but I'm expecting Papa John's to deliver any minute, and I can't keyboard with cheesy fingers.
BWAHAHAHA, stop doing the double entendres!

Isn't it GOOD?


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Treppa wrote:
uh-muh-nuh-muh-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiz!
Thanks, Treppa! That's exactly what I was waiting for, although I was hoping someone would make a new avvy...

I wanted to but there were customers walking in the door. :(

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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Oh, well, I didn't want to be the one doing the work, you see. I mean I would, but I'm expecting Papa John's to deliver any minute, and I can't keyboard with cheesy fingers.
BWAHAHAHA, stop doing the double entendres!
Isn't it GOOD?

Thanks for stopping the double entendres.


Studpuffin wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Oh, well, I didn't want to be the one doing the work, you see. I mean I would, but I'm expecting Papa John's to deliver any minute, and I can't keyboard with cheesy fingers.
BWAHAHAHA, stop doing the double entendres!
Isn't it GOOD?
Thanks for stopping the double entendres.

Oh you poor, poor Puffin. I hate to see you later when it hits.


Justin Franklin wrote:
This is my 325th post. That doesn't seem nearly as good.

Keep plugging! And start making silly aliases!

WOOT! Post 17,408!

Runs nekkid* through the thread

*Disclaimer: Monkeys are usually nekkid.

The Exchange

Patrick Curtin wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
This is my 325th post. That doesn't seem nearly as good.

Keep plugging! And start making silly aliases!

WOOT! Post 17,408!

Runs nekkid* through the thread

*Disclaimer: Monkeys are usually nekkid.

so do you just strip the fur off or what? If you do, how do you reattach it? Hot glue gun?


This is awesome.


Crimson Jester wrote:

so do you just strip the fur off or what? If you do, how do you reattach it? Hot glue gun?

I thought we were done with double entendres?


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Unties tail

Hey, you know that has nerve endings, right? *harrumpf*

Well, scored about 20 books for $20. Couldn't stay out longer since nurse pulled a no-show and daughter going to gmoms at 1130. *sigh* And there were so many yardsales. Ah well, I can relax and watch Clash of the Titans and skim through my new coffee table Smithsonian and National Archive art books.

*blink*

Sounds like a perfect Saturday morning. I've been downloading free paper minis and listening to the Paizo folks yammer at GenCon while drinking coffee.

Indeed. Fell asleep while reading, and will watch movie later. *yawn*


Sharoth wrote:
This is awesome.

Yeah it is. Thanks Sharoth. :)


Pathfinder Companion, Maps Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

I was busy building modular desert terrain boards today. I will have to cut down on that in order to increase my post count.


Justin Franklin wrote:
I was busy building modular desert terrain boards today. I will have to cut down on that in order to increase my post count.

No, that sounds much more worhty! I have to scam some new paints to get my minis going again. I found a display shelf in my travels I need to strip and repaint too (why did everyone in the Seventies paint EVERY piece of wood that icky dark brown color?)


"The Earth is degenerating these days. Bribery and corruption abound. Children no longer mind parents. And it is evident the end of the world is approaching fast"

(Syrian Tablet, 2800 BC)

The Invisible Future
Peter J. Denning, Editor.
p. 12

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Sharoth wrote:

"The Earth is degenerating these days. Bribery and corruption abound. Children no longer mind parents. And it is evident the end of the world is approaching fast"

(Syrian Tablet, 2800 BC)

The Invisible Future
Peter J. Denning, Editor.
p. 12

What is the book about? Sounds interesting.


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Sharoth wrote:

"The Earth is degenerating these days. Bribery and corruption abound. Children no longer mind parents. And it is evident the end of the world is approaching fast"

(Syrian Tablet, 2800 BC)

The Invisible Future
Peter J. Denning, Editor.
p. 12

What is the book about? Sounds interesting.

~groans~ I do not remember. I know that I liked it enough to pull that quote and read it a second time. HOWEVER, you are talking about something that I read over 15 years ago. My suggestion is to see if the local library can do an inter-library loan to get it for you.

Edit - Here is the Amazon.com listing for the book.

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Sharoth wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Sharoth wrote:

"The Earth is degenerating these days. Bribery and corruption abound. Children no longer mind parents. And it is evident the end of the world is approaching fast"

(Syrian Tablet, 2800 BC)

The Invisible Future
Peter J. Denning, Editor.
p. 12

What is the book about? Sounds interesting.

~groans~ I do not remember. I know that I liked it enough to pull that quote and read it a second time. HOWEVER, you are talking about something that I read over 15 years ago. My suggestion is to see if the local library can do an inter-library loan to get it for you.

Edit - Here is the Amazon.com listing for the book.

Huh. That one will probably go on my list of books to read in the near future. Thanks.


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Sharoth wrote:

"The Earth is degenerating these days. Bribery and corruption abound. Children no longer mind parents. And it is evident the end of the world is approaching fast"

(Syrian Tablet, 2800 BC)

The Invisible Future
Peter J. Denning, Editor.
p. 12

What is the book about? Sounds interesting.

~groans~ I do not remember. I know that I liked it enough to pull that quote and read it a second time. HOWEVER, you are talking about something that I read over 15 years ago. My suggestion is to see if the local library can do an inter-library loan to get it for you.

Edit - Here is the Amazon.com listing for the book.

Huh. That one will probably go on my list of books to read in the near future. Thanks.

~grins~ Anytime. How are you doing, Mr. Shiny? You have been avoiding us lately. I swear that you can come back. I changed my deodorant to another brand.


Looks like an interesting book. I'd like to read the one about computer revolution (not even happening yet)


Kruelaid wrote:
Looks like an interesting book. I'd like to read the one about computer revolution (not even happening yet)

I enjoyed reading it. OTOH, that may not be a good indicator of if it is a good book.


PSST! HEY KREULAID!

Now get that Z-Day game started up again! =P

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Patrick Curtin wrote:

PSST! HEY KREULAID!

Now get that Z-Day game started up again! =P

Yeah, I've been waiting two years, a%~$$#&!

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Sharoth wrote:
How are you doing, Mr. Shiny? You have been avoiding us lately. I swear that you can come back. I changed my deodorant to another brand.

I've just been really busy, what with work, moving, and adjusting to a new university. The students here are nicer than the ones at SCAD, and everything seems to be cleaner and more together, but I'm still getting the impression that it's not somewhere I belong. I don't know.

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