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Liberty's Edge

The Jade wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
She thinks my tractor's sexy.
Dude... come on... your tractor really is sexy.

It's not nearly as sexy as my back-hoe. Hehehe.


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Studpuffin wrote:
The Jade wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
She thinks my tractor's sexy.
Dude... come on... your tractor really is sexy.
It's not nearly as sexy as my back-hoe. Hehehe.

I really don't want to know anything about your back hoe. :)

Liberty's Edge

Justin Franklin wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
The Jade wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
She thinks my tractor's sexy.
Dude... come on... your tractor really is sexy.
It's not nearly as sexy as my back-hoe. Hehehe.
I really don't want to know anything about your back hoe. :)

Well, just let me say that I use it to fill up my dump truck.


Justin Franklin wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
The Jade wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
She thinks my tractor's sexy.
Dude... come on... your tractor really is sexy.
It's not nearly as sexy as my back-hoe. Hehehe.
I really don't want to know anything about your back hoe. :)

I'm a word wizard. Not a good thing. I ended all life on Earth when I, envious of evokers, shot two letter L's at his back-hoe, transforming it into a black hole. We were subsequently sucked into the singularity, squashed into human flavored paste, and died. We're now deluded spirits thinking ourselves alive, posting at Paizo.com... a place that never really existed.

Words are bad.


Don't worry. I orbited the black hole at super speed and reverted us to the pre-"LL" time continuum. I also got rid of a certain super-intelligent monkey overlord who shall remain nameless, and hopefully this timeline will be a little better.

Edit: And sorry about those shenanigans in 2011, those were a terrible side effect...


Wolfthulhu wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Wolfthulhu wrote:
Finished my new GURPS character. Were doing a short 'Timepiece' mini-campaign as a break from the regular Bureau 13 game. I made a petty thief with skills in general breaking & entering, pickpocketing and gambling. Our first mission takes us to 1913 Austria, where my first action was to find employment with the local police force. :-D
I regret selling my GURPS stuff when I made the switch to 3x. Although I did keep the GURPS Fantasy Adventures, the one with the visiting Samurai is a hoot.
I think 3.x - PF handle fantasy games better, but outside of that, you can do things with GURPS that just aren't practical with d20. And for mixing fantasy/sci-fi/supernatural as in B13 it is the shiz-nit.

I did a very long running low magic GURPS game. There are some aspects of magic and fantasy tropes it actually does better. Low magic being one of them.

It also works better then most for almost any sci fi setting out there.


B.O.B. wrote:

Don't worry. I orbited the black hole at super speed and reverted us to the pre-"LL" time continuum. I also got rid of a certain super-intelligent monkey overlord who shall remain nameless, and hopefully this timeline will be a little better.

Edit: And sorry about those shenanigans in 2011, those were a terrible side effect...

Whew, sez me.

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Freehold, Mr. Shiny, Sharoth, and any other FB-haters, please send me an e-mail.

mdwelham, gmail

I don't want to exclude you. :)


taig wrote:

Freehold, Mr. Shiny, Sharoth, and any other FB-haters, please send me an e-mail.

mdwelham, gmail

I don't want to exclude you. :)

Sharoth is on FB he is just distracted from a visitor. :)


Moorluck wrote:
And now I must go down to the school and pick up my son, who just got suspended for hitting another student. >:/

:(

Had that happen last week. Good luck and I hope that he gets back on track quickly.


Emperor7 wrote:
Jyu1ch1 wrote:
Ugh....why am I at work??? Throat hurts....Help me green tea....your my only hope.

Sorry to hear that, but you're not alone. Fighting a sore throat myself.

Tea, honey, whiskey....can't wait to go home.

Dude, you get to drink whiskey at work? Are they hiring? I'll take mine with lemon juice instead of tea!


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:
Jyu1ch1 wrote:
Ugh....why am I at work??? Throat hurts....Help me green tea....your my only hope.

Sorry to hear that, but you're not alone. Fighting a sore throat myself.

Tea, honey, whiskey....can't wait to go home.

Dude, you get to drink whiskey at work? Are they hiring? I'll take mine with lemon juice instead of tea!

+1. :)


Moorluck wrote:
Leafy gonna get me for that one. Minis are in the mail BTW. :)

Nah, she is cute. And SUPER-huggable. ::SQUEEZE::

The Exchange

Gary Teter wrote:
My wife thinks I'm cute. :-)

Welcome back PMG!

Feels good to say wife don't it? ;)

Dark Archive

Hey Justin thanks for the Hirst Arts suggestions. I think sometime in the near future I will be using them for buildings.

The Exchange

Gary Teter wrote:
My wife thinks I'm cute. :-)

Welcome back PMG!

Feels good to say wife don't it? ;)


Gary Teter wrote:
My wife thinks I'm cute. :-)

Lucky for me, so does mine ;D

(And, by the by, congratulations sir - from one recently married man to another)
[Raises mug] :)

Liberty's Edge

Moorluck wrote:
~Strips and does a Darth Maul lightsabre routine.~

Hmmmm.....I didn't realize it had two ends. How odd.

Liberty's Edge

Justin Franklin wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Morning guys. So I broke down and ordered my Dwarvenforge stuff today. Still want to get the cave and medieval house set, but that can wait. This stuff is already to damn expensive but if I wantto stick to my goal of ditching flipmats forever it's gotta happen.
I have been working on much the same thing. Although I find my self making more then I buy (thus my Hirst Arts molds instead of Dwarvenforge).
See I love the dwarvenforge stuff for building interiors, caves and dungeons. But I need to make building models and my terrain is coming along nicely.
With the right molds you can build interiors with the Hirst Arts molds especially caverns and dungeons, it just takes a lot of casting. The advantage is you can make whatever you want. Also in the long run it is a bit cheaper, although you can drop quite a bit on molds and plaster and have nothing to show for it right away.

There are also companies that will do the casting for you at a somewhat reasonable price. You would still need to piece it together.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Leafy gonna get me for that one. Minis are in the mail BTW. :)
Nah, she is cute. And SUPER-huggable. ::SQUEEZE::

>.>

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

Moorluck wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
My wife thinks I'm cute. :-)

Welcome back PMG!

Feels good to say wife don't it? ;)

Yes. Yes, it does.

Spoiler:
Although to be fair, I like saying "my hot wife" even better.
The Exchange

Gary Teter wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
My wife thinks I'm cute. :-)

Welcome back PMG!

Feels good to say wife don't it? ;)

Yes. Yes, it does.** spoiler omitted **

Hehe. Nice. ;)

And tomorrow will be 9 years with my gaming goddess, so lets hear it for Oct. weddings! :D

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Gary Teter wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
My wife thinks I'm cute. :-)

Welcome back PMG!

Feels good to say wife don't it? ;)

Yes. Yes, it does.** spoiler omitted **

So do we. :)

Oops, treading on Lecter territory...


Gary Teter wrote:
My wife thinks I'm cute. :-)

And that's all that really matters.

The Exchange

Devlyn, Jack o' Nine Dales wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
My wife thinks I'm cute. :-)

Lucky for me, so does mine ;D

(And, by the by, congratulations sir - from one recently married man to another)
[Raises mug] :)

So....

Spoiler:
It doesn't bother you that your new bride finds Gary cute? ;)
Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Moorluck wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
My wife thinks I'm cute. :-)

Welcome back PMG!

Feels good to say wife don't it? ;)

Yes. Yes, it does.** spoiler omitted **

Hehe. Nice. ;)

And tomorrow will be 9 years with my gaming goddess, so lets hear it for Oct. weddings! :D

Huzzah!

20 years in 10 days!

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alleynbard wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
~Strips and does a Darth Maul lightsabre routine.~
Hmmmm.....I didn't realize it had two ends. How odd.

What can I say, I am a truly gifted man. ;)

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Moorluck wrote:
Devlyn, Jack o' Nine Dales wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
My wife thinks I'm cute. :-)

Lucky for me, so does mine ;D

(And, by the by, congratulations sir - from one recently married man to another)
[Raises mug] :)

So....** spoiler omitted **

Hee hee. I pseudo-ninja'd you.

The Exchange

taig wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
My wife thinks I'm cute. :-)

Welcome back PMG!

Feels good to say wife don't it? ;)

Yes. Yes, it does.** spoiler omitted **

Hehe. Nice. ;)

And tomorrow will be 9 years with my gaming goddess, so lets hear it for Oct. weddings! :D

Huzzah!

20 years in 10 days!

The similarities between our calenders is almost scary.

And a hearty Congrats to you and Mrs. Badgah. :)

The Exchange

taig wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Devlyn, Jack o' Nine Dales wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
My wife thinks I'm cute. :-)

Lucky for me, so does mine ;D

(And, by the by, congratulations sir - from one recently married man to another)
[Raises mug] :)

So....** spoiler omitted **
Hee hee. I pseudo-ninja'd you.

PseudoNinja? Is that going to be your next monstrous masterpiece?


Sneaks into the thread, slices a pie into 8 slices, then sneaks out of thread, making a successful Stealth Skill check.


Puffy the Ninja Pie wrote:
Sneaks into the thread, slices a pie into 8 slices, then sneaks out of thread, making a successful Stealth Skill check.

~Sneaks out of same window taking all of the pie with her.~

RPG Superstar 2012

Moorluck wrote:
taig wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Devlyn, Jack o' Nine Dales wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
My wife thinks I'm cute. :-)

Lucky for me, so does mine ;D

(And, by the by, congratulations sir - from one recently married man to another)
[Raises mug] :)

So....** spoiler omitted **
Hee hee. I pseudo-ninja'd you.
PseudoNinja? Is that going to be your next monstrous masterpiece?

Nope. I don't want to touch ninjas with an infinite-foot pole. :)

The Exchange

Gary, I would like to say that you and SM are more than welcome to visit the Ask Lord President Moorluck Thread and ask any questions about matrimony you may have. :P


Lea, The Useless Rogue wrote:
Puffy the Ninja Pie wrote:
Sneaks into the thread, slices a pie into 8 slices, then sneaks out of thread, making a successful Stealth Skill check.
~Sneaks out of same window taking all of the pie with her.~

<Wonders what she's eating since all the pie is gone>

The Exchange

taig wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
taig wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Devlyn, Jack o' Nine Dales wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
My wife thinks I'm cute. :-)

Lucky for me, so does mine ;D

(And, by the by, congratulations sir - from one recently married man to another)
[Raises mug] :)

So....** spoiler omitted **
Hee hee. I pseudo-ninja'd you.
PseudoNinja? Is that going to be your next monstrous masterpiece?
Nope. I don't want to touch ninjas with an infinite-foot pole. :)

What about hot female sex starved ninjas? And while I'm thinking about it, what about Mord Sith? Or what about a hot sex starved female ninja being held down by a Mord Sith?


Rogue Rogue Derpy Der wrote:
Lea, The Useless Rogue wrote:
Puffy the Ninja Pie wrote:
Sneaks into the thread, slices a pie into 8 slices, then sneaks out of thread, making a successful Stealth Skill check.
~Sneaks out of same window taking all of the pie with her.~
<Wonders what she's eating since all the pie is gone>

~Begins eating RRDD's..... pie.~

Liberty's Edge

Ninja's cannot be seen; therefore ninja's cannot see each other. If they can't see each other, it must be hard to train other ninjas. Therefore, Ninja must be an inborn trait.

They had to prove ninjas existed using the large hadron collider at Cern, but they only sort of detected a particle thought to be the aftermath of the ninja particle before it was sliced into even smaller particles. This particle was called the pseudoninja particle.

The Exchange

Studpuffin wrote:

Ninja's cannot be seen; therefore ninja's cannot see each other. If they can't see each other, it must be hard to train other ninjas. Therefore, Ninja must be an inborn trait.

They had to prove ninjas existed using the large hadron collider at Cern, but they only sort of detected a particle thought to be the aftermath of the ninja particle before it was sliced into even smaller particles. This particle was called the pseudoninja particle.

You can't see ninjas because they're hiding from Chuck Norris. That and he killed them all.

Liberty's Edge

Moorluck wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:

Ninja's cannot be seen; therefore ninja's cannot see each other. If they can't see each other, it must be hard to train other ninjas. Therefore, Ninja must be an inborn trait.

They had to prove ninjas existed using the large hadron collider at Cern, but they only sort of detected a particle thought to be the aftermath of the ninja particle before it was sliced into even smaller particles. This particle was called the pseudoninja particle.

You can't see ninjas because they're hiding from Chuck Norris. That and he killed them all.

Once Chuck Norris climbed into the LHC and climbed out with a lump of unobtanium which only existed while he was holding it.

The Exchange

Studpuffin wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:

Ninja's cannot be seen; therefore ninja's cannot see each other. If they can't see each other, it must be hard to train other ninjas. Therefore, Ninja must be an inborn trait.

They had to prove ninjas existed using the large hadron collider at Cern, but they only sort of detected a particle thought to be the aftermath of the ninja particle before it was sliced into even smaller particles. This particle was called the pseudoninja particle.

You can't see ninjas because they're hiding from Chuck Norris. That and he killed them all.
Once Chuck Norris climbed into the LHC and climbed out with a lump of unobtanium which only existed while he was holding it.

Yeah but then his head exploded because Paris Crenshaw thought about hitting him and taking it. O_O

Liberty's Edge

Moorluck wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:

Ninja's cannot be seen; therefore ninja's cannot see each other. If they can't see each other, it must be hard to train other ninjas. Therefore, Ninja must be an inborn trait.

They had to prove ninjas existed using the large hadron collider at Cern, but they only sort of detected a particle thought to be the aftermath of the ninja particle before it was sliced into even smaller particles. This particle was called the pseudoninja particle.

You can't see ninjas because they're hiding from Chuck Norris. That and he killed them all.
Once Chuck Norris climbed into the LHC and climbed out with a lump of unobtanium which only existed while he was holding it.
Yeah but then his head exploded because Paris Crenshaw thought about hitting him and taking it. O_O

Yeah, that was a weird day at Cern because a living Chuck Norris later kicked his way free of the box that supposedly had the "dead" Chuck Norris in it. I'm still amazed Paris showed such restraint with his blatantly awesome telekenetic abilities.

The Exchange

Studpuffin wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:

Ninja's cannot be seen; therefore ninja's cannot see each other. If they can't see each other, it must be hard to train other ninjas. Therefore, Ninja must be an inborn trait.

They had to prove ninjas existed using the large hadron collider at Cern, but they only sort of detected a particle thought to be the aftermath of the ninja particle before it was sliced into even smaller particles. This particle was called the pseudoninja particle.

You can't see ninjas because they're hiding from Chuck Norris. That and he killed them all.
Once Chuck Norris climbed into the LHC and climbed out with a lump of unobtanium which only existed while he was holding it.
Yeah but then his head exploded because Paris Crenshaw thought about hitting him and taking it. O_O
Yeah, that was a weird day at Cern because a living Chuck Norris later kicked his way free of the box that supposedly had the "dead" Chuck Norris in it. I'm still amazed Paris showed such restraint with his blatantly awesome telekenetic abilities.

Paris an awesome force, having demonstrated his power he had no need to destroy yet another Chuck Norris.

Worst Chuck Norris Joke I ever heard.

Spoiler:
When Chuck Norris spanks himself the toilet gets pregnant. :/


Hey, anyone see which way my cousin, Puffy the Ninja Pie went. His mom's hollering his name. Something about a missing kitchen and a missing pie and she's not in a good mood.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Morning guys. So I broke down and ordered my Dwarvenforge stuff today. Still want to get the cave and medieval house set, but that can wait. This stuff is already to damn expensive but if I wantto stick to my goal of ditching flipmats forever it's gotta happen.
INTERVENTION!!!!!!! ;)
But I don't have a problem ;P
I think denial is one of the stages.

I thought denial was a river in Egypt??

ZING!

Dark Archive

Moorluck wrote:
And now I must go down to the school and pick up my son, who just got suspended for hitting another student. >:/

Sweet....

Not. That is full of fail.

Hopefully the other kid deserved it.

And did you teach him to go for the eyes while screaming maniacally???

Dark Archive

Moff Rimmer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
My wife thinks I'm cute. :-)

beats sword upon shield

Welcome back! HUZZAH!!
I see no shield...

Thats what he calls his.....

Uh nevermind. Carry on.

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Mac Boyce wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
And now I must go down to the school and pick up my son, who just got suspended for hitting another student. >:/

Sweet....

Not. That is full of fail.

Hopefully the other kid deserved it.

And did you teach him to go for the eyes while screaming maniacally???

Did the other kid deserve it? IMO yes.

And no, I teach my kids to go for the groin. Like my daddy, God rest his soul, taught me "If a fight last longer than 30 seconds, you lost."

Dark Archive

Moorluck wrote:
Mac Boyce wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
And now I must go down to the school and pick up my son, who just got suspended for hitting another student. >:/

Sweet....

Not. That is full of fail.

Hopefully the other kid deserved it.

And did you teach him to go for the eyes while screaming maniacally???

Did the other kid deserve it? IMO yes.

And no, I teach my kids to go for the groin. Like my daddy, God rest his soul, taught me "If a fight last longer than 30 seconds, you lost."

HECK YES.

My dad taught me the same thing.
"End it quickly, in the most severe way possible. He will think twice next time."

I asked about the eyes b/c my mind immediatly went to Baldur's Gate. "Go for the eyes Boo!!!!! Go for the Eyes!!!!!!"


Moorluck wrote:
Mac Boyce wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
And now I must go down to the school and pick up my son, who just got suspended for hitting another student. >:/

Sweet....

Not. That is full of fail.

Hopefully the other kid deserved it.

And did you teach him to go for the eyes while screaming maniacally???

Did the other kid deserve it? IMO yes.

And no, I teach my kids to go for the groin. Like my daddy, God rest his soul, taught me "If a fight last longer than 30 seconds, you lost."

If I can be nosey, what is the scoop?

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