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The Taig wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
PirateDevon wrote:

'ello all...

Is it customary to greet the mighty FAWTL with pains?

Sorta it all started back with Treppa and Studpuffin saying handcramps (never did figure out why this started, and I still don't understand it) but it was quickly picked up by Taig, and Aberzombie (who lately likes to say braincramps.... zombies and all) But yes sort of a fad going on right now.
Moorluck started it with handcramps greeting to explain the cramps in his hand due to drawing. :P

*Ahem* And I turned it into a greeting.

Just making sure my place in history is secure.

Credit where credit is due. Now we just have to decide whom to cast as The Taig when the FAWTL movie is made.


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Devlyn, Jack o' Nine Dales wrote:
And a good (though somewhat stormy) morning from this side of the planet :)
Morning, D! ;)

Hand cramps, Devlyn & Amby!

My mother is visiting. She was disparaging wine, which surprised me. "You don't like wine?" "Nope. Your mother goes for hard liquor!" Like mother, like daughter. That said, guess what I'm having for breakfast?


Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

Morning folks! It's a little after 5 am here in not yet sunny San Diego. I was on a ship from 7:30 pm last night, until a little after 4:00 am. Fun times.

So, now I've got to write a few business emails, and make a few phone calls, then hit the sack and hope no emergency arises to interrupt my sleep.

Later dudes and dudettes!

Heh. AZ was leaving work at about the same time I was getting to work.

Ugh, your schedules are crazy. CRAZY! Even more crazy than IT schedules, and that's saying something! Good luck, guys.

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Nekkid shift changes for TotP?

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Treppa wrote:
Ugh, your schedules are crazy. CRAZY! Even more crazy than IT schedules, and that's saying something! Good luck, guys.

That old slogan from the Army about doing more before 8am? Yeah...it's kind of true...even for the Navy.

Inport, I typically work from 06:00 to 17:00...sometimes I leave early...at 1600.

Underway, I work from 06:00 to about 20:00. If I have a late-night watch, that adds about 5 hours to the day. (Yes, that means every few days I'm working a 25-hour day.)


So took a peek into my wallet. I think my friend and I tipped our waitress at the bar 15 bucks on a 20 dollar tab......


Treppa wrote:
Hand cramps, Devlyn & Amby!

{waves}

Treppa wrote:
My mother is visiting. She was disparaging wine, which surprised me. "You don't like wine?" "Nope. Your mother goes for hard liquor!" Like mother, like daughter. That said, guess what I'm having for breakfast?

Scotch eggs? Wait, they don't use actual scotch?!


Treppa wrote:
The Taig wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
PirateDevon wrote:

'ello all...

Is it customary to greet the mighty FAWTL with pains?

Sorta it all started back with Treppa and Studpuffin saying handcramps (never did figure out why this started, and I still don't understand it) but it was quickly picked up by Taig, and Aberzombie (who lately likes to say braincramps.... zombies and all) But yes sort of a fad going on right now.
Moorluck started it with handcramps greeting to explain the cramps in his hand due to drawing. :P

*Ahem* And I turned it into a greeting.

Just making sure my place in history is secure.

Credit where credit is due. Now we just have to decide whom to cast as The Taig when the FAWTL movie is made.

See for me, in this context, the word "credit" means, "the guy we target one night with our pillowcases of soapbars."


Solnes wrote:
So took a peek into my wallet. I think my friend and I tipped our waitress at the bar 15 bucks on a 20 dollar tab......

Was she that cute? :)


Treppa wrote:
Credit where credit is due. Now we just have to decide whom to cast as The Taig when the FAWTL movie is made.

I'm thinking Brad Pitt and Ed Norton. And voice dubbing by Bill Murray.


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Solnes wrote:
So took a peek into my wallet. I think my friend and I tipped our waitress at the bar 15 bucks on a 20 dollar tab......
Was she that cute? :)

lol...yeah. :P


Solnes wrote:
So took a peek into my wallet. I think my friend and I tipped our waitress at the bar 15 bucks on a 20 dollar tab......

Sorry I didn't make it to Tennessee. I fell asleep. :(


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Credit where credit is due. Now we just have to decide whom to cast as The Taig when the FAWTL movie is made.
I'm thinking Brad Pitt and Ed Norton. And voice dubbing by Bill Murray.

What about Mairkurion? I'm thinking Adrian Brody.


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Devlyn, Jack o' Nine Dales wrote:
And a good (though somewhat stormy) morning from this side of the planet :)
Morning, D! ;)

'Ello deary! :D


Treppa wrote:
Solnes wrote:
So took a peek into my wallet. I think my friend and I tipped our waitress at the bar 15 bucks on a 20 dollar tab......
Sorry I didn't make it to Tennessee. I fell asleep. :(

Its all good. I only made it about 20 minutes in before I needed the drink and stopped in Myrtle Beach. :P


Treppa wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Devlyn, Jack o' Nine Dales wrote:
And a good (though somewhat stormy) morning from this side of the planet :)
Morning, D! ;)

Hand cramps, Devlyn & Amby!

My mother is visiting. She was disparaging wine, which surprised me. "You don't like wine?" "Nope. Your mother goes for hard liquor!" Like mother, like daughter. That said, guess what I'm having for breakfast?

[Raises Mug]

:)


Treppa wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Credit where credit is due. Now we just have to decide whom to cast as The Taig when the FAWTL movie is made.
I'm thinking Brad Pitt and Ed Norton. And voice dubbing by Bill Murray.
What about Mairkurion? I'm thinking Adrian Brody.

OH HELL NO.


Treppa wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Credit where credit is due. Now we just have to decide whom to cast as The Taig when the FAWTL movie is made.
I'm thinking Brad Pitt and Ed Norton. And voice dubbing by Bill Murray.
What about Mairkurion? I'm thinking Adrian Brody.

I'm not sure Brody has the right look. Hmmm, maybe he would work... he just needs an Eevill(TM) mustache and a necromantic Gallbladder of Doom. And a Ronco Pocket SnotOtter.


One would have to go back in one's time machine to fetch a young, buff Charleton Heston with his distinctive, somewhat threatening diction. Too bad James Mason was such a little guy.


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Good mourning FAWTL. So we lost power last night for a couple of hours so that sucked. Especially since it was in the middle of my quest to create Golarion artifacts. We were also halfway through Rocky Horror Glee and I think it fried my laptop. Oh well we will have to see if I can fix it or if I will need to replace it. On he plus side Jude let me sleep until 5:30 this morning.:)


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Credit where credit is due. Now we just have to decide whom to cast as The Taig when the FAWTL movie is made.
I'm thinking Brad Pitt and Ed Norton. And voice dubbing by Bill Murray.
What about Mairkurion? I'm thinking Adrian Brody.
I'm not sure Brody has the right look. Hmmm, maybe he would work... he just needs an Eevill(TM) mustache and a necromantic Gallbladder of Doom. And a Ronco Pocket SnotOtter.

So we are casting Cosmo as Mairkurion?


Justin Franklin wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Credit where credit is due. Now we just have to decide whom to cast as The Taig when the FAWTL movie is made.
I'm thinking Brad Pitt and Ed Norton. And voice dubbing by Bill Murray.
What about Mairkurion? I'm thinking Adrian Brody.
I'm not sure Brody has the right look. Hmmm, maybe he would work... he just needs an Eevill(TM) mustache and a necromantic Gallbladder of Doom. And a Ronco Pocket SnotOtter.
So we are casting Cosmo as Mairkurion?

That's how I read it.

And a Ronco Pocket SnotOtter sounds like something Solnes' store might sell.


Justin Franklin wrote:
So we are casting Cosmo as Mairkurion?

Well, Mr. Pilkington is a shoe-in for James Jacobs.


What about me? I want Mae Whitman to play me! She is cute...but not unbelievable cute. :)


Solnes wrote:
What about me? I want Mae Whitman to play me! She is cute...but not unbelievable cute. :)

Looks good. If we hurry, maybe Betty White will agree to play me.


Solnes wrote:
What about me? I want Mae Whitman to play me! She is cute...but not unbelievable cute. :)

googles

She is cute as a button!


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
So we are casting Cosmo as Mairkurion?
Well, Mr. Pilkington is a shoe-in for James Jacobs.

Heh-heh.

The Exchange

Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Ugh, your schedules are crazy. CRAZY! Even more crazy than IT schedules, and that's saying something! Good luck, guys.

That old slogan from the Army about doing more before 8am? Yeah...it's kind of true...even for the Navy.

Inport, I typically work from 06:00 to 17:00...sometimes I leave early...at 1600.

Underway, I work from 06:00 to about 20:00. If I have a late-night watch, that adds about 5 hours to the day. (Yes, that means every few days I'm working a 25-hour day.)

Heh. I remember those.

Watch > work day > hour or so 'off' > watch. 15 years post-Navy and my sleep schedule hasn't been 'normal' since.


Freehold DM wrote:
Solnes wrote:
What about me? I want Mae Whitman to play me! She is cute...but not unbelievable cute. :)

googles

She is cute as a button!

Yeah I think so too. :P


Anyone have any ideas on how to get an 8 year old boy to clean his damn room?


Solnes wrote:
Anyone have any ideas on how to get an 8 year old boy to clean his damn room?

......if you think of anything let me know....:/

RPG Superstar 2012

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Busy, busy. Trying to get a job, and wrap up this week's classes so I can go out of town.
Atlanta?
Yes. I'm very excited about visiting the underwater Coca-Cola factory. Although, I hear disappointing things about mermaid anatomy. Oh well. There will be free booze to wash down all those lectures and read papers.

Enjoy your trip to Atlanta.


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lynora wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Anyone have any ideas on how to get an 8 year old boy to clean his damn room?

......if you think of anything let me know....:/

Let me know as well I will need that in 8 years.


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What if the Mustache and Gall Bladder of Cosmo have a cult of worshipers that are trying to bring about the end of Golarion?

RPG Superstar 2012

Treppa wrote:
The Taig wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
PirateDevon wrote:

'ello all...

Is it customary to greet the mighty FAWTL with pains?

Sorta it all started back with Treppa and Studpuffin saying handcramps (never did figure out why this started, and I still don't understand it) but it was quickly picked up by Taig, and Aberzombie (who lately likes to say braincramps.... zombies and all) But yes sort of a fad going on right now.
Moorluck started it with handcramps greeting to explain the cramps in his hand due to drawing. :P

*Ahem* And I turned it into a greeting.

Just making sure my place in history is secure.

Credit where credit is due. Now we just have to decide whom to cast as The Taig when the FAWTL movie is made.

John Goodman?

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Treppa wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Devlyn, Jack o' Nine Dales wrote:
And a good (though somewhat stormy) morning from this side of the planet :)
Morning, D! ;)

Hand cramps, Devlyn & Amby!

My mother is visiting. She was disparaging wine, which surprised me. "You don't like wine?" "Nope. Your mother goes for hard liquor!" Like mother, like daughter. That said, guess what I'm having for breakfast?

Chocolate milk?

RPG Superstar 2012

Solnes wrote:
Anyone have any ideas on how to get an 8 year old boy to clean his damn room?

Um, we haven't figued that out in 16 years of having a child in the house. :S


taig wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Anyone have any ideas on how to get an 8 year old boy to clean his damn room?
Um, we haven't figued that out in 16 years of having a child in the house. :S

Damn. I was hoping there was some secret to getting it done....oh, who am I kidding? I'm 33 and I still hate to clean my room. I guess I can't be surprised when the seven year old drags his feet about it.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber
Wolfthulhu wrote:

Heh. I remember those.

Watch > work day > hour or so 'off' > watch. 15 years post-Navy and my sleep schedule hasn't been 'normal' since.

Bah. Normal is over rated.


taig wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Anyone have any ideas on how to get an 8 year old boy to clean his damn room?
Um, we haven't figued that out in 16 years of having a child in the house. :S

Seriously? Damnit. Nothing is working..


lynora wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Anyone have any ideas on how to get an 8 year old boy to clean his damn room?

......if you think of anything let me know....:/

If memory serves, out and out bribery worked well for me. Hard cash greased my gears better than threat of/actual punishment ever did.


taig wrote:
Treppa wrote:
The Taig wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
PirateDevon wrote:

'ello all...

Is it customary to greet the mighty FAWTL with pains?

Sorta it all started back with Treppa and Studpuffin saying handcramps (never did figure out why this started, and I still don't understand it) but it was quickly picked up by Taig, and Aberzombie (who lately likes to say braincramps.... zombies and all) But yes sort of a fad going on right now.
Moorluck started it with handcramps greeting to explain the cramps in his hand due to drawing. :P

*Ahem* And I turned it into a greeting.

Just making sure my place in history is secure.

Credit where credit is due. Now we just have to decide whom to cast as The Taig when the FAWTL movie is made.
John Goodman?

Apparently Cee-Lo Green + Chris Tucker from the Fifth Element[EDIT]+ Old Spice Commercial Guy[/EDIT] = FHDM

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber

Back cramps!

Spray painting over 560 sq. ft. of halloween decorations is a lot more physically demanding than I imagined. Toward the end I was reduced to holding down the nozzle with my thumbs!

ow.

Liberty's Edge

Genioglossus cramps, everyone!

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RPG Superstar 2012

Freehold DM wrote:
taig wrote:
Treppa wrote:
The Taig wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
PirateDevon wrote:

'ello all...

Is it customary to greet the mighty FAWTL with pains?

Sorta it all started back with Treppa and Studpuffin saying handcramps (never did figure out why this started, and I still don't understand it) but it was quickly picked up by Taig, and Aberzombie (who lately likes to say braincramps.... zombies and all) But yes sort of a fad going on right now.
Moorluck started it with handcramps greeting to explain the cramps in his hand due to drawing. :P

*Ahem* And I turned it into a greeting.

Just making sure my place in history is secure.

Credit where credit is due. Now we just have to decide whom to cast as The Taig when the FAWTL movie is made.
John Goodman?
Apparently Cee-Lo Green + Chris Tucker from the Fifth Element[EDIT]+ Old Spice Commercial Guy[/EDIT] = FHDM

Interesting. :)

Silver Crusade

Morning all. What did I miss?

Silver Crusade

So my geek cred just got a boost. I had my first zombie apocalypse dream last night.

I was taken completely by surprise and had to conceal from everybody that I was a zombie. But not all the zombies were bad, and some were just hiding from over-zealous zombie hunters.

Weird weird weird.

Silver Crusade

taig wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
taig wrote:
Treppa wrote:
The Taig wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
PirateDevon wrote:

'ello all...

Is it customary to greet the mighty FAWTL with pains?

Sorta it all started back with Treppa and Studpuffin saying handcramps (never did figure out why this started, and I still don't understand it) but it was quickly picked up by Taig, and Aberzombie (who lately likes to say braincramps.... zombies and all) But yes sort of a fad going on right now.
Moorluck started it with handcramps greeting to explain the cramps in his hand due to drawing. :P

*Ahem* And I turned it into a greeting.

Just making sure my place in history is secure.

Credit where credit is due. Now we just have to decide whom to cast as The Taig when the FAWTL movie is made.
John Goodman?
Apparently Cee-Lo Green + Chris Tucker from the Fifth Element[EDIT]+ Old Spice Commercial Guy[/EDIT] = FHDM
Interesting. :)

I understand Neil Patrick Harris has agreed to put on 60 pounds to play me.


Pathfinder Companion, Maps Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber
Celestial Healer wrote:
Morning all. What did I miss?

The Mustache and Gall Bladder of Cosmo.

RPG Superstar 2012

Celestial Healer wrote:

So my geek cred just got a boost. I had my first zombie apocalypse dream last night.

I was taken completely by surprise and had to conceal from everybody that I was a zombie. But not all the zombies were bad, and some were just hiding from over-zealous zombie hunters.

Weird weird weird.

It's a metaphor for being stuck in a Baptist church.

What?

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