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Scarab Sages

Gary Teter wrote:

Thanks, Spanky!

I sure hope you're actually typing those out instead of just copy-pasting. That would be cheating.

Should we let him know that he's misspelled it -- quite a number of times in a row?

RPG Superstar 2012

Moff Rimmer wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:

Thanks, Spanky!

I sure hope you're actually typing those out instead of just copy-pasting. That would be cheating.

Should we let him know that he's misspelled it -- quite a number of times in a row?

That's how you know it's authentic!

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Moff Rimmer wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:

Thanks, Spanky!

I sure hope you're actually typing those out instead of just copy-pasting. That would be cheating.

Should we let him know that he's misspelled it -- quite a number of times in a row?

That's how you know it's authentic!

Scarab Sages

shambles through the thread looking for some beer


What hath I wrought?

Liberty's Edge

Ashe Ravenheart wrote:

AAAARRRRGGGHH!!

Spent 15 minutes looking up pictures to go along with this and then the page broke on me!

David Bowie + The Beatles = Kiss
David Bowie + The Rolling Stones = The Misfits
David Bowie + Madonna = Lady Gaga

Johnny Cash + The Beatles = Led Zeppelin
Johnny Cash + The Rolling Stones = Lynyrd Skynyrd
Johnny Cash + Madonna = Tori Amos

Elvis Presley + The Beatles = Jackson 5
Elvis Presley + The Rolling Stones = Metallica
Elvis Presley + Madonna = Britney Spears

I dunno... I hear a lot of Elvis influence in the Misfits, and less Bowie.

By the way, Johnny Cash + The Rolling Stones also equals Social Distortion.

Liberty's Edge

I love the screams the elites yell when I stick them with Plasma Grenades in the original Halo.

Ayiiiiiiiiiiiiiiieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! <BOOM!>


Sharoth wrote:
So are you off work, Crimson Jester?

I'm off today. To busy to really be home but off, yeah.


Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Ashe Ravenheart wrote:

AAAARRRRGGGHH!!

Spent 15 minutes looking up pictures to go along with this and then the page broke on me!

David Bowie + The Beatles = Kiss
David Bowie + The Rolling Stones = The Misfits
David Bowie + Madonna = Lady Gaga

Johnny Cash + The Beatles = Led Zeppelin
Johnny Cash + The Rolling Stones = Lynyrd Skynyrd
Johnny Cash + Madonna = Tori Amos

Elvis Presley + The Beatles = Jackson 5
Elvis Presley + The Rolling Stones = Metallica
Elvis Presley + Madonna = Britney Spears

What's truly disturbing is how accurate this is. Now I'm gonna have to go back and listen to some Rolling Stones and Johnny Cash and some Lynyrd Skynyrd and see if I get the refrence.

In other news, I can't stand the Beatles and only barely tolerate Elvis.

I find that there's generally three types of people:

Those that love The Beatles and hate the Stones.
Those that love the Stones and hate The Beatles.
U2 fans.

(by the way: The Beatles + The Rolling Stones = U2)

What if I like some Beatles, not as the boy band but rather as the adult rock group they became before that freaky looking crazy woman messed with Lennon's head and broke up the group. Along with maybe a single Stones song. And yet can only stand a couple of U2 Songs and otherwise hate the group because the ego trip just annoys the hell out of me?


Davi The Eccentric wrote:
The Crimson Jester, Rogue Lord wrote:

Just watched this weeks new scooby doo. Yes they are making new ones on cartoon network. No I do not watch regularly. My kids are too old to use that as an excuse and my youngest niece is not here. So anyway they had two episodes I recorded.

One with Kiss. Very funny. Paul Stanly played up the stereotype of the money hungry rock star very well.

The second was just a vampire stealing artwork episode. It was set up in a museum of Oddities. In the background of one of the hallways was a group of statues. They were all from the Cthulhu Mythos. Up to and including a statue barely visible of Cthulhu himself. I had to rewind it and take a second look.

Did you know they did/are going to have a crossover with the Batman: The Brave And The Bold? You know, like those specials they did back in the seventies? The ones that I watched on that channel with retro cartoons all the time?

Note to self: Watch this show at some point, for nostalgia if nothing else.

I can't watch Brave and the Bold. The childish cartoon setting reverts in my mind to images of Gleek or a couple of dumb kids and a dog. After seeing halfway adult series like BAS or The Batman, and spin offs. I just cant go retro on it.


So should we give a go to 20,000 posts?


The Crimson Jester, Rogue Lord wrote:
I can't watch Brave and the Bold. The childish cartoon setting reverts in my mind to images of Gleek or a couple of dumb kids and a dog. After seeing halfway adult series like BAS or The Batman, and spin offs. I just cant go retro on it.

A shame you can't watch a good show just because Super Friends was bad. Still, the point remains. A Scooby Doo show is doing crossovers! Hanna Barbera is doing good things with it's properties!

Scarab Sages

Some of the most meaningful lyrics ever...

Spoiler:
Open the door get on the floor
Everybody kill the dinosaur
Open the door get on the floor
Everybody kill the dinosaur

Open the door get on the floor
Everybody kill the dinosaur
Open the door get on the floor
Everybody kill the dinosaur

Open the door get on the floor
Everybody kill the dinosaur
Open the door get on the floor
Everybody kill the dinosaur

Open the door get on the floor
Everybody kill the dinosaur
Open the door get on the floor
Everybody kill the dinosaur

Boom boom acka lacka lacka boom
Boom boom acka lacka boom boom

Boom boom acka lacka lacka boom
Boom boom acka lacka boom boom

Liberty's Edge

Thread and website for my radio show are both up and running. Check it out at your own risk.


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Thread and website for my radio show are both up and running. Check it out at your own risk.

Thanks! I will check it out sometime this weekend.

Scarab Sages

Morning folks! Hope everyone has a great day.

The Exchange

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
What hath I wrought?

I ask myself that every time I look at the living room when the kids are done playing. ;)

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Had a very great anniversary. Nice uneventful day, took the wife out for breakfast, and fixed a kick ass dinner. Baby back ribs, baked sweet potato garlic bread, and a nice salad. I did eat too much though, but what can I say, we don't get to splurge like that often. And the best part is, today is the first day of the next nine years.


Moorluck wrote:
Had a very great anniversary. Nice uneventful day, took the wife out for breakfast, and fixed a kick ass dinner. Baby back ribs, baked sweet potato garlic bread, and a nice salad. I did eat too much though, but what can I say, we don't get to splurge like that often. And the best part is, today is the first day of the next nine years.

AWRIGHT!!!

Glad your anniversary went so well.

The Exchange

Freehold DM wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Had a very great anniversary. Nice uneventful day, took the wife out for breakfast, and fixed a kick ass dinner. Baby back ribs, baked sweet potato garlic bread, and a nice salad. I did eat too much though, but what can I say, we don't get to splurge like that often. And the best part is, today is the first day of the next nine years.

AWRIGHT!!!

Glad your anniversary went so well.

I love our anniversary, it always reminds me of just how lucky I am that I have Solnes in my life. You guys have no idea just how awesome she truly is.


Pathfinder Lost Omens, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Moorluck wrote:
And the best part is, today is the first day of the next nine years.

Amen to that! (My 15th anniversery was last July and my only regret is not meeting her when we were younger.)


Mornin' all :)

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niel wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
And the best part is, today is the first day of the next nine years.
Amen to that! (My 15th anniversery was last July and my only regret is not meeting her when we were younger.)

~Raises his morning tea in salute.~

Here's to the next 15, and the 50 after that.

The Exchange

Devlyn, the Dalesman wrote:
Mornin' all :)

Mornin' Dev. How's life?

RPG Superstar 2012

I'm happy to hear you had a great anniversary day, Moorluck.

This Saturday, I get to look forward to 12 teenage girls being in the house because the skating rink screwed us over. :S

The Exchange

taig wrote:

I'm happy to hear you had a great anniversary day, Moorluck.

This Saturday, I get to look forward to 12 teenage girls being in the house because the skating rink screwed us over. :S

Dear God. We will miss you when you're gone Badgah. :/


Moorluck wrote:
Devlyn, the Dalesman wrote:
Mornin' all :)
Mornin' Dev. How's life?

My little slice of the universe is doing alright. :)

And yours?

The Exchange

Devlyn, Jack o' Nine Dales wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Devlyn, the Dalesman wrote:
Mornin' all :)
Mornin' Dev. How's life?

My little slice of the universe is doing alright. :)

And yours?

As soon as the guy gets here to fix the fridge everything will be perfect.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Wow. Looks like October is the month for FAWTLY weddings. My wife and I will be celebrating our 10th Anniversary this month. Unfortunately, I'll be out at sea on the actual day, but we'll celebrate when I get home.

Happy Anniversary to everyone! :D


Sneaks into Moorluck's home and puts a pie in his fridge. Makes a successful Stealth skill check, and sneaks out without being seen, or shot.


*yawn*
Mornin' ya'll.

The Exchange

Paris Crenshaw wrote:

Wow. Looks like October is the month for FAWTLY weddings. My wife and I will be celebrating our 10th Anniversary this month. Unfortunately, I'll be out at sea on the actual day, but we'll celebrate when I get home.

Happy Anniversary to everyone! :D

Well here's another reason why October is the month of awesome! Congrats on your 10th Paris, and I'm sure you're going to be double celebrating to make up for being at sea. :)

The Exchange

Jyu1ch1 wrote:

*yawn*

Mornin' ya'll.

Mornin'

~Hands Leafette a mug of coffee.~


Puffy the Ninja Pie wrote:
Sneaks into Moorluck's home and puts a pie in his fridge. Makes a successful Stealth skill check, and sneaks out without being seen, or shot.

~Creeps up behind Puffy and claws his backside.~

You forgot about me. ;)


Moorluck wrote:
Jyu1ch1 wrote:

*yawn*

Mornin' ya'll.

Mornin'

~Hands Leafette a mug of coffee.~

Mmmmm no free starbucks coffee today.....at home sick =(


1300+ posts! Did I gap and not check in yesterday?

Ugh, I am not going back.


Paizo the Kitten wrote:
Puffy the Ninja Pie wrote:
Sneaks into Moorluck's home and puts a pie in his fridge. Makes a successful Stealth skill check, and sneaks out without being seen, or shot.

~Creeps up behind Puffy and claws his backside.~

You forgot about me. ;)

Without a sound, he leaves a tuna fish pie for Paizo the Kitten, then disappears over a wall.

:)

Dark Archive

I think you missed the posting blitz.


I normally don't but I was just a couple pages off.


The Crimson Jester, Rogue Lord wrote:
Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Ashe Ravenheart wrote:

AAAARRRRGGGHH!!

Spent 15 minutes looking up pictures to go along with this and then the page broke on me!

David Bowie + The Beatles = Kiss
David Bowie + The Rolling Stones = The Misfits
David Bowie + Madonna = Lady Gaga

Johnny Cash + The Beatles = Led Zeppelin
Johnny Cash + The Rolling Stones = Lynyrd Skynyrd
Johnny Cash + Madonna = Tori Amos

Elvis Presley + The Beatles = Jackson 5
Elvis Presley + The Rolling Stones = Metallica
Elvis Presley + Madonna = Britney Spears

What's truly disturbing is how accurate this is. Now I'm gonna have to go back and listen to some Rolling Stones and Johnny Cash and some Lynyrd Skynyrd and see if I get the refrence.

In other news, I can't stand the Beatles and only barely tolerate Elvis.

I find that there's generally three types of people:

Those that love The Beatles and hate the Stones.
Those that love the Stones and hate The Beatles.
U2 fans.

(by the way: The Beatles + The Rolling Stones = U2)

What if I like some Beatles, not as the boy band but rather as the adult rock group they became before that freaky looking crazy woman messed with Lennon's head and broke up the group. Along with maybe a single Stones song. And yet can only stand a couple of U2 Songs and otherwise hate the group because the ego trip just annoys the hell out of me?

So which gaming company has used 'the beast that shall not be named' as a villain? It has been done, hasn't it? If not, it sure the heck should be.


Puffy the Ninja Pie wrote:
Paizo the Kitten wrote:
Puffy the Ninja Pie wrote:
Sneaks into Moorluck's home and puts a pie in his fridge. Makes a successful Stealth skill check, and sneaks out without being seen, or shot.

~Creeps up behind Puffy and claws his backside.~

You forgot about me. ;)

Without a sound, he leaves a tuna fish pie for Paizo the Kitten, then disappears over a wall.

:)

Wha-? No pizza, no beer? Paizo lives off of pizza and beer, but this will do.


Paizo the Kitten wrote:
Puffy the Ninja Pie wrote:
Paizo the Kitten wrote:
Puffy the Ninja Pie wrote:
Sneaks into Moorluck's home and puts a pie in his fridge. Makes a successful Stealth skill check, and sneaks out without being seen, or shot.

~Creeps up behind Puffy and claws his backside.~

You forgot about me. ;)

Without a sound, he leaves a tuna fish pie for Paizo the Kitten, then disappears over a wall.

:)

Wha-? No pizza, no beer? Paizo lives off of pizza and beer, but this will do.

Kitteh!


Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
I think you missed the posting blitz.

I thought that was Monday? Thats OK. Posting blitzes gag my computer more than usual.

The Exchange

Emperor7 wrote:

So which gaming company has used 'the beast that shall not be named' as a villain? It has been done, hasn't it? If not, it sure the heck should be.

~Begins statting up Nancy Pelosi for PF Beastiary 3.~

The Exchange

Jyu1ch1 wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Jyu1ch1 wrote:

*yawn*

Mornin' ya'll.

Mornin'

~Hands Leafette a mug of coffee.~
Mmmmm no free starbucks coffee today.....at home sick =(

Suck. :(

The Exchange

Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
I think you missed the posting blitz.

It was so nice to see Fawtl doing what it does best. :)


Crazed Pokemon Fan wrote:
Paizo the Kitten wrote:
Puffy the Ninja Pie wrote:
Paizo the Kitten wrote:
Puffy the Ninja Pie wrote:
Sneaks into Moorluck's home and puts a pie in his fridge. Makes a successful Stealth skill check, and sneaks out without being seen, or shot.

~Creeps up behind Puffy and claws his backside.~

You forgot about me. ;)

Without a sound, he leaves a tuna fish pie for Paizo the Kitten, then disappears over a wall.

:)

Wha-? No pizza, no beer? Paizo lives off of pizza and beer, but this will do.
Kitteh!

Dear God!

~Runs from crazy kid.~

The Exchange

Emperor7 wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
I think you missed the posting blitz.
I thought that was Monday? Thats OK. Posting blitzes gag my computer more than usual.

So you're saying that your computer gags when you try to cyber? O_O


kinky?


Moorluck wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
I think you missed the posting blitz.
I thought that was Monday? Thats OK. Posting blitzes gag my computer more than usual.
So you're saying that your computer gags when you try to cyber? O_O

Kinda puts a new meaning to the term 'touch screen'. Ewww.... LOL

EWWWW for ToP! I feel so proud. *sniff*

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