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RPG Superstar 2012

Nope, still showing a post count...

Top of the page though.

<Rages nakedly>

Scarab Sages

taig wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
taig wrote:
Did I scare everyone off? Really, I'm only going to kick your asses if you happen to show up at next year's PaizoCon.
Hmmm, an ursine-blooded rage badger?
I'm collecting all the "cool" templates!

I'm not so sure about ursine-blooded being cool. Part of that is too close to asinine.


taig wrote:
<Rages nakedly>

MY EYES!!! DEAR GOD, MY EYES ARE MELTING!!!

RPG Superstar 2012

Don't make me think about possibly threatening to maybe drive to Philly to kick your ass, if my mom would let me have the keys and when I get done with this CoD mission!


taig wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
taig wrote:
I visited with my friend again last night. It was good catching up with him, and we watched Kick Ass. Why did no one tell me how great a movie that was???
Tis a better comic.
Mark Millar breaks out the sledgehammer a bit too much for my tastes.

Aww, come on naked badger- I'd rather have this than Civil War or whatever he did to ruin Marvel.

RPG Superstar 2012

And with that, I'm out.

Oops, nope. I see a post from Freehold. :)

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Freehold DM wrote:
taig wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
taig wrote:
I visited with my friend again last night. It was good catching up with him, and we watched Kick Ass. Why did no one tell me how great a movie that was???
Tis a better comic.
Mark Millar breaks out the sledgehammer a bit too much for my tastes.
Aww, come on naked badger- I'd rather have this than Civil War or whatever he did to ruin Marvel.

True. He and Grant Morrison are best when they're not leveling a shared universe. :)

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Aaaaaand with that, I'm out.

Scarab Sages

taig wrote:
Don't make me think about possibly threatening to maybe drive to Philly to kick your ass, if my mom would let me have the keys and when I get done with this CoD mission!

Hang on, give me a second.

quakes in boots

OK, there you go. Don't say I never gave you anything.

Scarab Sages

taig wrote:
True. He and Grant Morrison are best when they're not leveling a shared universe. :)

Testify Brother Badger! Testify!

Liberty's Edge

Clicky-tech isn't *quite* as reviled as it once was. Although, the reason for that is the old-timers are using the massive mechs on 2-inch hex grids for Solaris battles. teh awesome

Definitely take a look at Shadowrun 4th Edition. They've moved the timeline up another decade (to 2072) and have made the Matrix a LOT more fun. It's now wireless, so deckers are now hackers again and GO on missions since it's easiest to hack at the location; and the Otaku have grown up into Technomancers. I'd get into more but a LOT has changed and it's easier to just check out the books. I highly recommend Emergence to catch up on the metaplot/setting update.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

taig wrote:
flash_cxxi wrote:
taig wrote:
I visited with my friend again last night. It was good catching up with him, and we watched Kick Ass. Why did no one tell me how great a movie that was???
"OK you c@%!s. Let's see what you can do now."
I can sorta understand why people were upset about Hit Girl. She was the best character in the movie, though.

Yeah this was me too. I was like "Whoh" when she just went to town on that room of Drug Dealers and then again when she shot the sh!t out of Frank's Goons.

But I agree, she was the best character there. :)

taig wrote:
Plus Nic Cage's Adam West-Batman dialog killed me.

I don't particulaly like Nic Cage, but yeah, he did nail the Adam West-Batman bit didn't he. Although so does this guy...


taig wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
taig wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
taig wrote:
I visited with my friend again last night. It was good catching up with him, and we watched Kick Ass. Why did no one tell me how great a movie that was???
Tis a better comic.
Mark Millar breaks out the sledgehammer a bit too much for my tastes.
Aww, come on naked badger- I'd rather have this than Civil War or whatever he did to ruin Marvel.
True. He and Grant Morrison are best when they're not leveling a shared universe. :)

I completely and totally agree, and would add Joss Whedon to that list. They're all talented, and noone is saying they should never work again ever(save me when it comes to Whedon), just that they should keep their ladels out of certain pots.

Liberty's Edge

flash_cxxi wrote:
taig wrote:
flash_cxxi wrote:
taig wrote:
I visited with my friend again last night. It was good catching up with him, and we watched Kick Ass. Why did no one tell me how great a movie that was???
"OK you c@%!s. Let's see what you can do now."
I can sorta understand why people were upset about Hit Girl. She was the best character in the movie, though.

Yeah this was me too. I was like "Whoh" when she just went to town on that room of Drug Dealers and then again when she shot the sh!t out of Frank's Goons.

But I agree, she was the best character there. :)

taig wrote:
Plus Nic Cage's Adam West-Batman dialog killed me.
I don't particulaly like Nic Cage, but yeah, he did nail the Adam West-Batman bit didn't he. Although so does this guy...

By brother-in-law and I were discussing the *other* movie and felt that if you took out the ... non-kid-friendly bits, it was an exact episode of the old show.

Scarab Sages

Freehold DM wrote:
I completely and totally agree, and would add Joss Whedon to that list. They're all talented, and noone is saying they should never work again ever(save me when it comes to Whedon), just that they should keep their ladels out of certain pots.

Who'd Whedon screw up? Was it Spiderman? I thought I heard that somewhere....


Aberzombie wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I completely and totally agree, and would add Joss Whedon to that list. They're all talented, and noone is saying they should never work again ever(save me when it comes to Whedon), just that they should keep their ladels out of certain pots.
Who'd Whedon screw up? Was it Spiderman? I thought I heard that somewhere....

No, X-Men and Runaways.

Liberty's Edge

Aberzombie wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I completely and totally agree, and would add Joss Whedon to that list. They're all talented, and noone is saying they should never work again ever(save me when it comes to Whedon), just that they should keep their ladels out of certain pots.
Who'd Whedon screw up? Was it Spiderman? I thought I heard that somewhere....

Some Firefly fans were very upset by the deaths that occurred in Serenity.

Having been a long-time Buffy/Angel fan, the deaths, although harsh, didn't sour me against Joss (and I look forward to his take on the Avengers - with Nate Fillion as Ant-Man!!!!)

Scarab Sages

Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I completely and totally agree, and would add Joss Whedon to that list. They're all talented, and noone is saying they should never work again ever(save me when it comes to Whedon), just that they should keep their ladels out of certain pots.
Who'd Whedon screw up? Was it Spiderman? I thought I heard that somewhere....
No, X-Men and Runaways.

Not familiar with Runaways. And I had stopped collecting X-men years ago. Still, that's a shame. I've generally liked Whedon's TV work.


Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I completely and totally agree, and would add Joss Whedon to that list. They're all talented, and noone is saying they should never work again ever(save me when it comes to Whedon), just that they should keep their ladels out of certain pots.
Who'd Whedon screw up? Was it Spiderman? I thought I heard that somewhere....

Some Firefly fans were very upset by the deaths that occurred in Serenity.

Having been a long-time Buffy/Angel fan, the deaths, although harsh, didn't sour me against Joss (and I look forward to his take on the Avengers - with Nate Fillion as Ant-Man!!!!)

That's one movie I'll be watching only to ruin it for everyone else in the theatre.

I can't wait for the emosplosions.

Scarab Sages

Aaannndd, like Taig, I'm out of here. Work stuff to do....

Liberty's Edge

By the way, if you get a chance, pick up Float-out, a Firefly-universe one-shot written by Patton Oswalt (Yeah, I know! Right?) which has a final page that should please a LOT of disgruntled fans a bit...

Spoiler:
It shows Zoe heavily pregnant with her and Wash's daughter...

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
flash_cxxi wrote:
taig wrote:
flash_cxxi wrote:
taig wrote:
I visited with my friend again last night. It was good catching up with him, and we watched Kick Ass. Why did no one tell me how great a movie that was???
"OK you c@%!s. Let's see what you can do now."
I can sorta understand why people were upset about Hit Girl. She was the best character in the movie, though.

Yeah this was me too. I was like "Whoh" when she just went to town on that room of Drug Dealers and then again when she shot the sh!t out of Frank's Goons.

But I agree, she was the best character there. :)

taig wrote:
Plus Nic Cage's Adam West-Batman dialog killed me.
I don't particulaly like Nic Cage, but yeah, he did nail the Adam West-Batman bit didn't he. Although so does this guy...
By brother-in-law and I were discussing the *other* movie and felt that if you took out the ... non-kid-friendly bits, it was an exact episode of the old show.

I know it was amazingly accurate for that kind of movie.


'Morning FAWTLhouse Five. Man, I selpt really well. Can't remember the last time I felt so refreshed after waking up.


flash_cxxi wrote:
Adam West-Batman

Some days you just can't get rid of a bomb. :D

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

Alrighty. Beddy Bye time for me. Looks like I'm actually gonna get over 5 hours of sleep tonight!

Night All. Have Fun! :)

Dark Archive

Was it pick a new profile pic day and no one told me??

:(


Good Morning Fawtlies! How is everyone this fine morning?
Jeremy! Congrats man! Thats awesome.
Matt/Ashe, welcome back, been a while. Please take the time to re review the rules. No religion, no politics, no football (except during Superbowl), and if you land on Top of the Pages You must get nekkid! Thank you and again, welcome back!

Treppa, thank you for handling those pesky politics demons last night, I was .....uh,....uhm....indisposed. We shall discuss compensation at a later date.

I see now even Gary is vying for TOP! Heh, I think he just wants to get nekkid and strut his stuff. :)

Taig, congrats on your sons birthday and impending license. How did he do?

Pat! 17? Oh please don;t let my kids turn into teens.

One of the kids I used to babysit recently friended me on FB. I was floored to see that she had a kid of her own. THAT made me feel old. Kellen turning 8 also helps.

Been a good morning here so far. We over slept a bit and hubby was 10 min late for work. But Arden slept over at her friends house and is headed to the movies today with them. So it is just me and the boys. After a quick trip to the Doc's for Kellen's script we are now cuddled up watching Cars and talking about Xmen. :)


Mac Boyce wrote:

Was it pick a new profile pic day and no one told me??

:(

Some of us decided that "new digs, new pic". Others decided to keep their old one. I am still not sure if I like it or if I want to wade through all the Avi's and find my old one.


Crimson Jester wrote:
I think I may stay off the boards for a few days. Talk to you guys soon.

Does this have anything to do with the "marathon" that you want to "talk your wife into" because the "kids are out of town"? If so, here is your permission slip. Otherwise, git yr ass back in here rait now!


Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
flash_cxxi wrote:
taig wrote:
flash_cxxi wrote:
taig wrote:
I visited with my friend again last night. It was good catching up with him, and we watched Kick Ass. Why did no one tell me how great a movie that was???
"OK you c@%!s. Let's see what you can do now."
I can sorta understand why people were upset about Hit Girl. She was the best character in the movie, though.

Yeah this was me too. I was like "Whoh" when she just went to town on that room of Drug Dealers and then again when she shot the sh!t out of Frank's Goons.

But I agree, she was the best character there. :)

taig wrote:
Plus Nic Cage's Adam West-Batman dialog killed me.
I don't particulaly like Nic Cage, but yeah, he did nail the Adam West-Batman bit didn't he. Although so does this guy...
By brother-in-law and I were discussing the *other* movie and felt that if you took out the ... non-kid-friendly bits, it was an exact episode of the old show.

We sell the uhm..not so kid friendly movie. Did you know that they actually hired the original costume designer to do the costumes for it? I have yet to see it but from customer reviews and my co workers POV, its pretty great. I may have to bring it home tomorrow to see. :)


Creepy Puppet wrote:
Momma always warned me about seafood outside of Louisiana.

Louisiana? Fish should be Cod; it should be fried; it should come wrapped in newspaper; it should be eaten with earshot of the bells of Marylebone.

That's the way to do it!

::Starts hitting Creepy Puppet with his stick::


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
I think I may stay off the boards for a few days. Talk to you guys soon.
Does this have anything to do with the "marathon" that you want to "talk your wife into" because the "kids are out of town"? If so, here is your permission slip. Otherwise, git yr ass back in here rait now!

Yeah, I'm not too comfortable with all the "breaks" some of us is taking. If it is b/c of the wars going on in other threads just post here in our happy home. :(


Ashe Ravenheart wrote:

Interview me? Aww, shucks... *blush*

Well, I was mostly lurking. I'm a pretty heavy poster over at CandleKeep and on FaceBook more these days. But mostly it's because of work and life just piling up. I'm trying to make some (big) changes that I can't really get into and it takes up a lot of time and energy.

I've also been helping a friend as she's writing a novel, detailing three different campaigns (a home-brew Pathfinder, a d20 Modern Flash Gordon and a Shadowrun campaign), compiling a complete listing of all the published deployments of BattleTech units and catching up on some reading.

Oh, we have PLENTY of time here to get into big changes. Not that we are nosy or anything. No way.

Q2: Candlekeep, eh? We noticed you also have a penchant for song. Art thou a Harper, perchance?


taig wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:

I have been anything but busy. Watching the boob tube and being fairly bored.

Is it sad that I have my laptop open waiting for a post to reply to? :P

Loser!

So, um, you do that too? Good to know.

I uh....I have been known to do this occasionally. When I is feeling a bit lonely. :)


taig wrote:

Nope, still showing a post count...

Top of the page though.

<Rages nakedly>

Everybody's doing a brand new dance now...

C'mon baby, do the naked rager!


Day 4 on the Prilosec and diet. No tummy issues yet (knock on wood) but fairly miserable. I WANTS MY GREASY FATTY FOODS AND MT DEW! Oh well, maybe I will lose some weight?


Moorluck wrote:

A beautiful song for my friends.

Good night guys.

** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
I had a midnight Or.....wait....uhm....can I post that here?
;)
RPG Superstar 2012

Mr. Badger wrote:
taig wrote:

Nope, still showing a post count...

Top of the page though.

<Rages nakedly>

Everybody's doing a brand new dance now...

C'mon baby, do the naked rager!

Yay! A new dance craze!


I haz to find USB...be back. Save place please.


Solnes wrote:
Yeah, I'm not too comfortable with all the "breaks" some of us is taking. If it is b/c of the wars going on in other threads just post here in our happy home. :(

I wouldn't worry too much. We're addictive.

Pat: Just you wait, buddy. Just you wait for what comes after 17...

Liberty's Edge

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Ashe Ravenheart wrote:

Interview me? Aww, shucks... *blush*

Well, I was mostly lurking. I'm a pretty heavy poster over at CandleKeep and on FaceBook more these days. But mostly it's because of work and life just piling up. I'm trying to make some (big) changes that I can't really get into and it takes up a lot of time and energy.

I've also been helping a friend as she's writing a novel, detailing three different campaigns (a home-brew Pathfinder, a d20 Modern Flash Gordon and a Shadowrun campaign), compiling a complete listing of all the published deployments of BattleTech units and catching up on some reading.

Oh, we have PLENTY of time here to get into big changes. Not that we are nosy or anything. No way.

Q2: Candlekeep, eh? We noticed you also have a penchant for song. Art thou a Harper, perchance?

Not a Harper myself, but friend to many that Harp. ;) Actually, I'm trying to get Ed Greenwood to write into canon that Ashe has the Warblade (Ary'Velahr'Kerym) of Myth Drannor. So far, he's resisted all my tricks.

RPG Superstar 2012

Did you hear about the football player, Lawrence Taylor? I think he's also a commie atheist Republican!

<Watches for flying utensils>


taig wrote:

Did you hear about the football player, Lawrence Taylor? I think he's also a commie atheist Republican!

<Watches for flying utensils>

Democrap.


Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
Not a Harper myself, but friend to many that Harp. ;) Actually, I'm trying to get Ed Greenwood to write into canon that Ashe has the Warblade (Ary'Velahr'Kerym) of Myth Drannor. So far, he's resisted all my tricks.

Q3: So, you admit to using underhanded tricks to get what you want. I'm sure our Fawtly readers would be interested in hearing more about that. What are a couple of the most embarrassing examples? Do they all involve lovable old hippies? Creative material that doesn't belong to you?


Mouthy Upstart wrote:
taig wrote:

Did you hear about the football player, Lawrence Taylor? I think he's also a commie atheist Republican!

<Watches for flying utensils>

Democrap.

I liked you better in the story.


*sigh* Over 500 pics to import. This is going to take a while.


Wet Blanket wrote:
I liked you better in the story.

Dilbertarian.

Liberty's Edge

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
Not a Harper myself, but friend to many that Harp. ;) Actually, I'm trying to get Ed Greenwood to write into canon that Ashe has the Warblade (Ary'Velahr'Kerym) of Myth Drannor. So far, he's resisted all my tricks.
Q3: So, you admit to using underhanded tricks to get what you want. I'm sure our Fawtly readers would be interested in hearing more about that. What are a couple of the most embarrassing examples? Do they all involve lovable old hippies? Creative material that doesn't belong to you?

Mainly just pleading, whining and bringing it up every chance I get. Oh, and making sure to keep the Lady Hooded One thoroughly entertained. ;)


Mouthy Upstart wrote:
Wet Blanket wrote:
I liked you better in the story.

Dilbertarian.

"Dear Wayfinder Letters..."

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Solnes wrote:
*sigh* Over 500 pics to import. This is going to take a while.

Get to it, or I might be inclined to vaguely threaten someone!

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