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The Exchange

Mothman wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Mothman wrote:
PirateDevon wrote:

The phrase "thinking about sport" smacks of a non-US English user. I love the idea of a giant Mothman with an accent!

Mhhmmm listening to too much Andy Zaltzman.

Ha! You're right actually, this particular Mothman has an Australian accent.
Thank you for this bit of info. You are not allowed to address Solnes in any of your post. Nothing against Australians, it's just that accent makes her panties fall off. :P

I will certainly not address your good lady in an inappropriate accent my friend.

But yeah ... I’ve noticed similar phenomena in other Americans (and to some extent Brits). Love it. ;-)

You would. lol

Liberty's Edge

The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
taig wrote:
PirateDevon wrote:
I honestly don't understand what is happening here...and I don't mean that in a fun FAWTL way...

The original title was seriously messing up the appearance of the boards.

Mark Moreland changed the title, but a lot of people were still seeing the problem.

Closing my browser and restarting it seemed to have helped me.

f&&*, what was the original title?

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHH!!

It was a bit too long... ;)

Clockwork Gnome Publishing

Mmmmmmm....clones.


Moorluck wrote:
Mothman wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Mothman wrote:
PirateDevon wrote:

The phrase "thinking about sport" smacks of a non-US English user. I love the idea of a giant Mothman with an accent!

Mhhmmm listening to too much Andy Zaltzman.

Ha! You're right actually, this particular Mothman has an Australian accent.
Thank you for this bit of info. You are not allowed to address Solnes in any of your post. Nothing against Australians, it's just that accent makes her panties fall off. :P

I will certainly not address your good lady in an inappropriate accent my friend.

But yeah ... I’ve noticed similar phenomena in other Americans (and to some extent Brits). Love it. ;-)

You would. lol

unleashes clone Solnes horde, which is hungry for a new Moorluck to join their stable of Moorluck


Allen Taliesin wrote:
Mmmmmmmm.....sport.

tosses net with mouse squeaky toy inside of it over clone Allen

Excellent! Got 'em in ONE! I hope you like badgah stew, cuz that's what we're having for dinner.

Liberty's Edge

So yeah.

The Exchange

no clones allowed.

The Exchange

no clones allowed.

The Exchange

no clones allowed.

The Exchange

no clones allowed.

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

CJ, I checked DropBox, and my suggested changes are in your folder in a separate file. I didn't want to make direct changes to your original file.


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
So yeah.

John said hello and he is wondering when you are coming back so he can inflict more anime upon you.

Liberty's Edge

Sharoth wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
So yeah.
John said hello and he is wondering when you are coming back so he can inflict more anime upon you.

May stop by this summer, depending on free time and cash. Thinking about swinging down to see you, as well as my dad in Augusta, and maybe even Moorluck and Solnes if they're not too busy.

Liberty's Edge

The FAWTL/Paizo episode of my radio show is up on the website. Check it out.

Liberty's Edge

The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
The FAWTL/Paizo episode of my radio show is up on the website. Check it out.

Cool track list!


Mothman wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
The FAWTL/Paizo episode of my radio show is up on the website. Check it out.
Cool track list!

Yeah it is, and a nice intro! <3


PirateDevon wrote:

EErrr? What is happening to my posts?

Anyway,

The phrase "thinking about sport" smacks of a non-US English user. I love the idea of a giant Mothman with an accent!

Mhhmmm listening to too much Andy Zaltzman.

But back to the topic on hand; if I don't have the problem why would I ever try to bring it on?

So a fellow Bugle listener.... His sister has an almost as funny Podcast called Answer Me This..


Mothman wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Mothman wrote:
PirateDevon wrote:

The phrase "thinking about sport" smacks of a non-US English user. I love the idea of a giant Mothman with an accent!

Mhhmmm listening to too much Andy Zaltzman.

Ha! You're right actually, this particular Mothman has an Australian accent.
Thank you for this bit of info. You are not allowed to address Solnes in any of your post. Nothing against Australians, it's just that accent makes her panties fall off. :P
Even Epic Beard man?
Guessin’ it helps if the bloke in question looks more like Hugh Jackman than say Rob Bredl.

Hey Mothy stop posting pictures of me... I sure my beard was a more redish colour though.

Its funny being an Australian, I find our accent very unappealing... I love the melodic lilt of an Irish lass, or the seductive self assuredness of a Parisian woman, I even have a soft spot for the pseudo-chav of Lily Allen.

The Exchange

taig wrote:
CJ, I checked DropBox, and my suggested changes are in your folder in a separate file. I didn't want to make direct changes to your original file.

It is weird I only find the 5 I put in there.

RPG Superstar 2012

The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
The FAWTL/Paizo episode of my radio show is up on the website. Check it out.

Cool! You've even got "Emu Love Volume" in there.

Scarab Sages

wanders through the thread in a sleep deprivation induced haze


Just found this song after looking for it for a long time!!! I actually listened to it on the CD until the CD died!!


Crimson Jester wrote:
no clones allowed.

blows maritime whistle Cleanup on aisle FAWLTY!


Freehold DM's Clone Emporium wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
no clones allowed.
blows maritime whistle Cleanup on aisle FAWLTY!

Did I do that?


Freehold DM's Clone Emporium wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
no clones allowed.
blows maritime whistle Cleanup on aisle FAWLTY!

Did I do that?


Moorluck wrote:
Mothman wrote:
PirateDevon wrote:

The phrase "thinking about sport" smacks of a non-US English user. I love the idea of a giant Mothman with an accent!

Mhhmmm listening to too much Andy Zaltzman.

Ha! You're right actually, this particular Mothman has an Australian accent.
Thank you for this bit of info. You are not allowed to address Solnes in any of your post. Nothing against Australians, it's just that accent makes her panties fall off. :P

She wears panties???

Err, never mind.


Wizard of Chaos wrote:
Freehold DM's Clone Emporium wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
no clones allowed.
blows maritime whistle Cleanup on aisle FAWLTY!
Did I do that?

Give me your tired, your poor, your particularly hideous clones, and I will give them a new home and jobs doing things the people they were cloned from don't have time to do!

tranqs Wizard of Chaos

NO, clone Solnes, you don't have to pick that up. That's what we have all these CJ clones for. Hop to it, gentlemen.


Jack Hammer wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Mothman wrote:
PirateDevon wrote:

The phrase "thinking about sport" smacks of a non-US English user. I love the idea of a giant Mothman with an accent!

Mhhmmm listening to too much Andy Zaltzman.

Ha! You're right actually, this particular Mothman has an Australian accent.
Thank you for this bit of info. You are not allowed to address Solnes in any of your post. Nothing against Australians, it's just that accent makes her panties fall off. :P

She wears panties???

Err, never mind.

Crikey!

Silver Crusade

Morning, all.

Spoiler:
Things aren't going so well. My partner had been very supportive of me going back to grad school. Now he's back on an LA or bust kick. I don't know what to do with that. I told him there are no good schools for me there.

I won't drag him anywhere he doesn't want to go, but I don't think putting my life on hold any more than I already have is a good idea either. And if we stay put then we're both unhappy.

There's a realization that after 8 years, we may have to go to opposite sides of the country. Bear in mind that I think he would be miserable in Cali by himself with no immediate job prospects, but he doesn't want to hear it.

I think I would be miserable if I moved out there and had to do basically what I'm doing now for who knows how many years. I actually did that once already. I want to get on with my life, not stall.

Relationships are supposedly about comprimises, but what no one tells you is that a lot of the time comprimise is impossible. Sometimes two choices are mutually exclusive. When it's something so important, is that how relationships end?

Sorry if I'm a wet blanket. I just feel so alone.


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
The FAWTL/Paizo episode of my radio show is up on the website. Check it out.

Awesome! Listening to it right instead of the radio this morning! =D

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Celestial Healer wrote:

Morning, all.

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Sorry to hear about all that, CH. I hope it's just a case of your partner feeling stressed out about his situation, and you can work something out.

When I was ready to leave my old job, I was so desperate I contemplated just up and quitting without a new job. My wife was supportive up to that point, and basically promised to kick my ass if I quit. Not exactly the same thing you're going through, I'm sure, but just trying to be supportive through rambling. Um, I hope it helps...


Celestial Healer wrote:

Morning, all.

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Aiya...I'm sorry to hear that, CH.

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I see where you are coming from. There are some positions noone wants to be stuck in for love or money, and I do mean that quite literally.

How long would he be in LA for, and to what purpose? Is he from there and wants to live there permanently no matter what? I know I get that way about Brooklyn sometimes, but I realize that if things really got bad here, I'd have to move, just like I did when I was a kid. Long story short, there's got to be a reason behind his gung-ho attitude- it's a matter of whether or not it's a reason that you can agree with or even tolerate.

Silver Crusade

Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Morning, all.

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Aiya...I'm sorry to hear that, CH.

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Spoiler:
He has no reason, nor has he ever lived there. It's purely an emotional attachment (and somewhat weather related). And yeah, I think stress and a deep dissatisfaction with his current situation that is making him desparate for a radical change. There's nothing wrong with that, but it's essentially asking me to give up any plans I might have. And it's not like I want to go to Podunk, Iowa or anything... My top choice is in New York.

CH: I'm very, very sorry to hear this.

Spoiler:
Any chance that your NY schools would give you a one year deferment after they accept you? If you had the money, you could go out to LA, try it for a year, and if the school was as bad as you thought, you could then come back. This would be tricky to pull off and expensive, but it's the only thought I have right now beyond persuading him.


Celestial Healer wrote:

Morning, all.

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Sympathies.

+1 on the previous posts. No better suggestion.


Emperor7 wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Morning, all.

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Sympathies.

+1 on the previous posts. No better suggestion.

+1 I'm in the same boat. Good luck I hope you can figure something out and everything works out!


Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Morning, all.

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Aiya...I'm sorry to hear that, CH.

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Spoiler:
I had written some stuff, before, but I lost track of thoughts and came back to write again only to be partially ninjaed by Mairkurion....

So..on what's left of what I can remember, why the hell does he want to move to LA then? Yeah, it's got great weather most of the time, but there are things that are bad about it, especially if people discover you are former knickerbockers trying to do it up west coast style. Maybe you two should vacation there before moving across the country. I know what it is to be frustrated, but radical changes are very rarely happy ones.


Pathfinder Companion, Maps Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber
Jyu1ch1 wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Morning, all.

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Sympathies.

+1 on the previous posts. No better suggestion.

+1 I'm in the same boat. Good luck I hope you can figure something out and everything works out!

+1 as well.

Silver Crusade

Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Morning, all.

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Aiya...I'm sorry to hear that, CH.

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Spoiler:
We've been out there twice and he's obsessed with everything about it. He was being pretty flexible, but now he's digging in his heels.
Silver Crusade

Spoiler:
I think I'm also feeling a deeper disappointment in that I had hoped he would show a bit more supportiveness. He seems all too willing to watch me put everything on hold.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Morning, all.

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Aiya...I'm sorry to hear that, CH.

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possible hurt:

To be honest, it sounds from what you've been saying that he has been having some real emotional issues lately which might be affecting his decision-making ability. Without professional help, there's probably not much you can do to change his mind or restore a more rational mindset.

It could also be that he's generally unhappy and is using this as an excuse to split. Making the partner the "unreasonable" person in the relationship is sometimes an exit strategy, though an unconscious one.

You have my sympathies. It's a difficult spot. How willing are you to sacrifice yourself for your relationship? It took me five years to answer that question. It's not an easy one.


My thoughts are with you. Stay strong.


Sneaks into thread and leaves several pies to cheer up the mood.

Silver Crusade

*eats two whole pies*


Shiny: "The Germans are weird."

That kinda cheered me up.

Silver Crusade

Treppa wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Morning, all.

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Aiya...I'm sorry to hear that, CH.

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My thoughts are with you. Stay strong.

All valid points.


CH, sympathies and I hope that things work out. Good luck.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

Shiny: "The Germans are weird."

That kinda cheered me up.

Lol me too. I do like that song tho, not really familiar with it.

I've always liked Rammstein: DU HAST.


Celestial Healer wrote:
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Spoiler:
As someone who committed a similar gaffe with their wife a few years back, I have to apologize for his actions. I will never forgive myself for making my wife a year behind with her schooling because of a miscommunication on my part.

Jyu1ch1 wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

Shiny: "The Germans are weird."

That kinda cheered me up.

Lol me too. I do like that song tho, not really familiar with it.

I've always liked Rammstein: DU HAST.

I wish I could think of the right Dr. Phil comment for your flipping online/offline/online over and over again. ARRGH!


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Jyu1ch1 wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

Shiny: "The Germans are weird."

That kinda cheered me up.

Lol me too. I do like that song tho, not really familiar with it.

I've always liked Rammstein: DU HAST.
I wish I could think of the right Dr. Phil comment for your flipping online/offline/online over and over again. ARRGH!

What?

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