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Treppa wrote:

No, we can't keep Popcorn the baby bunny. But he is now lodged in an old birdcage with a nest of washcloths and grasses and a veritable buffet of grass, millet, apple, and zucchini. He refuses to wander around in the yard and keeps climbing Studpuffin, wanting to cuddle and nurse. Unfortunately, puffins do not lactate.

He's awfully skinny, but pretty energetic and has eaten some of the apple, grass, and zucchini. We're crossing our fingers that he makes it through the night.

Oy.

EDIT: Nekkid bunny dance for TotP?

Try cabbage, broccoli, and grapes chopped. Tyche loves her Bunny Salad. :)


The Crimson Jester, Rogue Lord wrote:

"do baby orcs have souls"

MWAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Or, for those very familiar with first edition, perhaps they have spirits instead of souls. I think that was the reason given for elves not being able to be resurrected but I can't find my first edition player's handbook to look it up.


Moorluck wrote:
The Crimson Jester, Rogue Lord wrote:
Maybe I should ask James Jacobs!!!
You should ask him why the Star Wars prequels had a villain named Dooku... I mean why not just name the guy Count Crapula?

I will leave that up to you. I would ask though if his name was that...what would his Darth name have been? Darth John?


~hurt gasp~ karen called me a DORK!!! A Dork!!! I am not a Dork! I am a Nerd!

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

Mmmmm..... Bunny salad... when the greens are fresh and crisp, and the bunny is so tender... I just love that.


This is for all you Grad students. Honestly, it applies to all students, but let's make Grad students feel special.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
It's the KQ blog, Urizen.
I rarely venture to KQ, so that's not immediate knowledge. Unless you're talking about a blog post here. :/
Time to get outt' th' house!

Thank you, PhDiddy! I went ahead and bookmarked it in Chrome.

@Taig - I remember A LONG TIME AGO that I reviewed content that you had for fetishes (to proof/provide opinion). I seem to remember what I'm reading now. Did they finally come around to publishing (posting) it?


Uwhizzen wrote:
Treants In the Mist wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Does anyone have any ideas for some good names for a Treant and a Faerie Dragon? Both are male.
No. But I have an excellent name for a sock puppet.
Sock puppets piss me off!

I'm the ultimate sock puppet hoist. From each of my branches I can string an additional one. I'm a walking marionette!

Silver Crusade

taig wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Morning, all. What did I miss?
Continuing on from yesterday: Do you sit in a high-traffic or high-visibility area?

Yes, I'm at the end of a row of cubicles and my monitor faces the aisle.

That and my supervisor is looking for it.


PHD =
PHore ever in Debt.

Dark Archive

The Crimson Jester, Rogue Lord wrote:

PHD =

PHore ever in Debt.

Thats why I do projects where companies are interested in my research. Yay for science PHDs.

Silver Crusade

Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
The Crimson Jester, Rogue Lord wrote:

PHD =

PHore ever in Debt.
Thats why I do projects where companies are interested in my research. Yay for science PHDs.

Seriously. My sister got paid quite well while she was getting hers in Chemistry. (Well, she only did about the first two years - enough to leave with her Masters.)

I dunno, CrimJ - I've seen people get pretty deep in debt for Masters degrees, less so for PhDs (some of which are funded, although often not very well).

Silver Crusade

I'm off. Good night, all!


Moorluck wrote:
The Crimson Jester, Rogue Lord wrote:
Maybe I should ask James Jacobs!!!
You should ask him why the Star Wars prequels had a villain named Dooku... I mean why not just name the guy Count Crapula?

My buddy and I were talking about that over the weekend. Here's Sir Christopher Lee, one of the coolest guys in the history of forever, and Georgie Porgie decides, I'll pay homage to one of his most famous roles by naming his character Count Dooku. In about 30 seconds, we had twenty names cooler than that which accomplished homage in a non-doody way.

Liberty's Edge

Bunnies like milk from water pick heads... who knew?

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Studpuffin wrote:
Bunnies like milk from water pick heads... who knew?

This guy. I love bunnies. I think I will cuddle with my bunny.


Moorluck wrote:
The Crimson Jester, Rogue Lord wrote:
Maybe I should ask James Jacobs!!!
You should ask him why the Star Wars prequels had a villain named Dooku... I mean why not just name the guy Count Crapula?

Poo doo!

RPG Superstar 2012

Treppa wrote:

No, we can't keep Popcorn the baby bunny. But he is now lodged in an old birdcage with a nest of washcloths and grasses and a veritable buffet of grass, millet, apple, and zucchini. He refuses to wander around in the yard and keeps climbing Studpuffin, wanting to cuddle and nurse. Unfortunately, puffins do not lactate.

He's awfully skinny, but pretty energetic and has eaten some of the apple, grass, and zucchini. We're crossing our fingers that he makes it through the night.

Oy.

EDIT: Nekkid bunny dance for TotP?

Yeah, I hope he makes it too. Poor thing...


Bunny is so kyoot... dammit.

Liberty's Edge

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
The Crimson Jester, Rogue Lord wrote:
Maybe I should ask James Jacobs!!!
You should ask him why the Star Wars prequels had a villain named Dooku... I mean why not just name the guy Count Crapula?
My buddy and I were talking about that over the weekend. Here's Sir Christopher Lee, one of the coolest guys in the history of forever, and Georgie Porgie decides, I'll pay homage to one of his most famous roles by naming his character Count Dooku. In about 30 seconds, we had twenty names cooler than that which accomplished homage in a non-doody way.

I think for the Star Wars prequels, George was doing an experiment on how much crap he could put up on screen and still make millions of dollars from it.

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Urizen wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
It's the KQ blog, Urizen.
I rarely venture to KQ, so that's not immediate knowledge. Unless you're talking about a blog post here. :/
Time to get outt' th' house!

Thank you, PhDiddy! I went ahead and bookmarked it in Chrome.

@Taig - I remember A LONG TIME AGO that I reviewed content that you had for fetishes (to proof/provide opinion). I seem to remember what I'm reading now. Did they finally come around to publishing (posting) it?

Yeah, they finally got around to it. With GenCon and KotM2 (Electric Boogaloo) they didn't have much room for feature articles, except fir those in support of KQ 14.

Liberty's Edge

Oh, and hi Mike, nice to see you, hope you're doing well.


I think Popcorn is a wonderful addition to the nest. I suggest his full name be Popcorn H. Diddy. Also, I want a bunny.

RPG Superstar 2012

Mothman wrote:
Oh, and hi Mike, nice to see you, hope you're doing well.

I am, thanks!

I hope you are too.


Mothman wrote:
I think for the Star Wars prequels, George was doing an experiment on how much crap he could put up on screen and still make millions of dollars from it.

Bastard. And I'm STILL tempted to buy his toys.

RPG Superstar 2012

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
I think Popcorn is a wonderful addition to the nest. I suggest his full name be Popcorn H. Diddy. Also, I want a bunny.

Well, shoot, Mairkurion, you're only two states away. You should go pick it up. :)


Heh. Not the right conditions right now.

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Mothman wrote:
I think for the Star Wars prequels, George was doing an experiment on how much crap he could put up on screen and still make millions of dollars from it.
Bastard. And I'm STILL tempted to buy his toys.

Maybe you could kick him in the toys first.

Y'know, the plot seriously deviated from what he showed us at my community college...

Liberty's Edge

taig wrote:
Mothman wrote:
Oh, and hi Mike, nice to see you, hope you're doing well.

I am, thanks!

I hope you are too.

Ha! different Mike, but I'm glad you're doing well too Mike. As am I. And so on and so forth.


::choke::

::sputter::

::collapse::

RPG Superstar 2012

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

::choke::

::sputter::

::collapse::

Do you need medical assistance? I'm sure I can make up a story about being an EMT...


taig wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

::choke::

::sputter::

::collapse::

Do you need medical assistance? I'm sure I can make up a story about being an EMT...

Oh, no...you've done quite enough. ;-)


Bunny Justice!

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Whippet good!


taig wrote:
Urizen wrote:
@Taig - I remember A LONG TIME AGO that I reviewed content that you had for fetishes (to proof/provide opinion). I seem to remember what I'm reading now. Did they finally come around to publishing (posting) it?
Yeah, they finally got around to it. With GenCon and KotM2 (Electric Boogaloo) they didn't have much room for feature articles, except fir those in support of KQ 14.

You did that like .... end of February / beginning of March, IIRC. And it's now September. Damn, it has been awhile. Good to see that it finally debuted! I could comment on what is coming up for the follow-up, but that's probably an unfair advantage. =)

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Mothman wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
The Crimson Jester, Rogue Lord wrote:
Maybe I should ask James Jacobs!!!
You should ask him why the Star Wars prequels had a villain named Dooku... I mean why not just name the guy Count Crapula?
My buddy and I were talking about that over the weekend. Here's Sir Christopher Lee, one of the coolest guys in the history of forever, and Georgie Porgie decides, I'll pay homage to one of his most famous roles by naming his character Count Dooku. In about 30 seconds, we had twenty names cooler than that which accomplished homage in a non-doody way.
I think for the Star Wars prequels, George was doing an experiment on how much crap he could put up on screen and still make millions of dollars from it.

Why that's just preposterous! He has never made any money from the Star Wars franchise, he said so himself. At least that's what he claimed when he refused to pay David Prowes any royalties, and banned him from any and all Star Wars related functions.

I love the first three films, but I have to say F#%& Lucas.

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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Mothman wrote:
I think for the Star Wars prequels, George was doing an experiment on how much crap he could put up on screen and still make millions of dollars from it.
Bastard. And I'm STILL tempted to buy his toys.

No! No more money for him, he has enough as is.... send it to my campaign fund instead. ;)

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taig wrote:
Whippet good!

Whip it until she loves it!!

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Gary Teter wrote:
Mmmmm..... Bunny salad... when the greens are fresh and crisp, and the bunny is so tender... I just love that.

Dude... NO. No eat bunny...... unless she really wants you to. ;)


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Mothman wrote:
I think for the Star Wars prequels, George was doing an experiment on how much crap he could put up on screen and still make millions of dollars from it.
Bastard. And I'm STILL tempted to buy his toys.

Leads me to the dark side, his pact with Hasbro does.

The Exchange

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Bunny Justice!

And so shall our floppy eared friends rise up to defend us during the Canine Rebellion, ensuring that in the future it shall be the rabbit that is known as Man's Best Friend EVAR!!!!


taig wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Mothman wrote:
I think for the Star Wars prequels, George was doing an experiment on how much crap he could put up on screen and still make millions of dollars from it.
Bastard. And I'm STILL tempted to buy his toys.

Maybe you could kick him in the toys first.

Y'know, the plot seriously deviated from what he showed us at my community college...

You're saying? Those notes he wrote in my Christmas card? Lies!

The Exchange

Urizen wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Mothman wrote:
I think for the Star Wars prequels, George was doing an experiment on how much crap he could put up on screen and still make millions of dollars from it.
Bastard. And I'm STILL tempted to buy his toys.
Leads me to the dark side, his pact with Hasbro does.

I miss Kenner.


FullMetal Alchemist is such an awesome show.


Sharoth: Hell yeah!

Moorluck: Me too. :'(

Liberty's Edge

Moorluck wrote:
I love the first three films, but I have to say f%*~ Lucas.

What do you mean, the first three?

There were only ever three Star Wars movies. That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.


So far FMA - Brotherhood is pretty good. However, I would suggest to people to watch the original FMA anime first, since it fills in some of the holes lest in FMA - Brotherhood.


I've only seen a few episodes of Brotherhood, and not exactly in order, but that seems completely correct.


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
I love the first three films, but I have to say f%*~ Lucas.

What do you mean, the first three?

There were only ever three Star Wars movies. That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.

True. It is a shame that that Dopleganger replaced George Lucas. Who knows, maybe we would have had the series finished by now.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
I've only seen a few episodes of Brotherhood, and not exactly in order, but that seems completely correct.

~grins~ I have all of the original FMA anime and the first two boxed sets of FMA - Brotherhood. Both are WELL worth picking up and adding to anyone's collection.

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