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Studpuffin wrote:

My turkey breathren! Rise up and throw off the shackles of oppression! Viva la Revolucion!

Oh, and Handcramps to the Humanoid Bourgoise!

Edit: Nekkid turkey dance! Try to get that visual out of your minds eye.

G'mornin, sunshine :)

Interesting talk considering what you ate for dinner last night.

Liberty's Edge

Treppa wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:

My turkey breathren! Rise up and throw off the shackles of oppression! Viva la Revolucion!

Oh, and Handcramps to the Humanoid Bourgoise!

Edit: Nekkid turkey dance! Try to get that visual out of your minds eye.

G'mornin, sunshine :)

Interesting talk considering what you ate for dinner last night.

Look, it's just the standard rhetoric. I get paid either way.


Studpuffin wrote:
Look, it's just the standard rhetoric. I get paid either way.

You get paid? Sweet! We can eat this week!

Liberty's Edge

Treppa wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Look, it's just the standard rhetoric. I get paid either way.
You get paid? Sweet! We can eat this week!

I hope you like turkey.

I'm now getting paid to put down the resulting rebellion of my earlier post!


Hah, I'm unflappable! Besides, your nakkid dancing is nothing to crow about; I've seen better regular dancing on That's So Raven.

Wait- augh! {sprays self with fire extinguisher to put the punny out}

Treppa wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
My turkey breathren! Rise up and throw off the shackles of oppression! Viva la Revolucion!...
...Interesting talk considering what you ate for dinner last night.

Why are there no cannibal tengu?

Liberty's Edge

Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Hah, I'm unflappable! Besides, your nakkid dancing is nothing to crow about; I've seen better regular dancing on That's So Raven.

Wait- augh! {sprays self with fire extinguisher to put the punny out}

I love to go dancing with the flappers. It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing...

Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
My turkey breathren! Rise up and throw off the shackles of oppression! Viva la Revolucion!...
...Interesting talk considering what you ate for dinner last night.
Why are there no cannibal tengu?

Tengu are humanoids, and therefore taste like pork.


Pathfinder Companion, Maps Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Hah, I'm unflappable! Besides, your nakkid dancing is nothing to crow about; I've seen better regular dancing on That's So Raven.

Wait- augh! {sprays self with fire extinguisher to put the punny out}

Treppa wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
My turkey breathren! Rise up and throw off the shackles of oppression! Viva la Revolucion!...
...Interesting talk considering what you ate for dinner last night.
Why are there no cannibal tengu?

Because there are so many bird options and they all taste like chicken.

The Exchange

Studpuffin wrote:

My turkey breathren! Rise up and throw off the shackles of oppression! Viva la Revolucion!

Oh, and Handcramps to the Humanoid Bourgoise!

Edit: Nekkid turkey dance! Try to get that visual out of your minds eye.

You.

Are.

EVIL.

In a freehold DM hates Joss Whedon, kind of way.

The Exchange

Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Hah, I'm unflappable! Besides, your nakkid dancing is nothing to crow about; I've seen better regular dancing on That's So Raven.

Wait- augh! {sprays self with fire extinguisher to put the punny out}

Treppa wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
My turkey breathren! Rise up and throw off the shackles of oppression! Viva la Revolucion!...
...Interesting talk considering what you ate for dinner last night.
Why are there no cannibal tengu?

They are called Kenku, it's a bad word.

Liberty's Edge

Crimson Jester wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:

My turkey breathren! Rise up and throw off the shackles of oppression! Viva la Revolucion!

Oh, and Handcramps to the Humanoid Bourgoise!

Edit: Nekkid turkey dance! Try to get that visual out of your minds eye.

You.

Are.

EVIL.

In a freehold DM hates Joss Whedon, kind of way.

;)


Ah, KFC is Kenku Fried Chicken... it's talon lickin' good!

Liberty's Edge

Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Ah, KFC is Kenku Fried Chicken... it's talon lickin' good!

Yes... my plan is working! You are what you eat, and soon the Kenku shall permeate everyone's being and you'll all be:

ONE OF US, ONE OF US, ONE OF US


Pathfinder Companion, Maps Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber
Studpuffin wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Ah, KFC is Kenku Fried Chicken... it's talon lickin' good!

Yes... my plan is working! You are what you eat, and soon the Kenku shall permeate everyone's being and you'll all be:

ONE OF US, ONE OF US, ONE OF US

Well that is silly who eats at KFC.:)

Liberty's Edge

Justin Franklin wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Ah, KFC is Kenku Fried Chicken... it's talon lickin' good!

Yes... my plan is working! You are what you eat, and soon the Kenku shall permeate everyone's being and you'll all be:

ONE OF US, ONE OF US, ONE OF US

Well that is silly who eats at KFC.:)

We also infiltrated Popeye's.

Sovereign Court

{shows up wearing "Che Studpuffin" t-shirt} Excuse me, is this where they are having the Turkey Revolution? {twirls} See, I've got no strings-, er, twine.


Pathfinder Companion, Maps Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber
Studpuffin wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Ah, KFC is Kenku Fried Chicken... it's talon lickin' good!

Yes... my plan is working! You are what you eat, and soon the Kenku shall permeate everyone's being and you'll all be:

ONE OF US, ONE OF US, ONE OF US

Well that is silly who eats at KFC.:)
We also infiltrated Popeye's.

I think there is one popeye's in the cities, somewhere in uptown.

Scarab Sages

Studpuffin wrote:
We also infiltrated Popeye's.

Must I declare war on you?

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

*click*

Scarab Sages

Aw crap! Not the damn "click" again!

EVERYBODY! DUCK!!!

Scarab Sages

Seriously though, PMG, what is FAWTL, like some kind of petri dish for you?

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Aberzombie wrote:

Aw crap! Not the damn "click" again!

EVERYBODY! DUCK!!!

<Grabs shotgun>

Where?!?


I've got a bad feeling about this.


Crimson Jester wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:

My turkey breathren! Rise up and throw off the shackles of oppression! Viva la Revolucion!

Oh, and Handcramps to the Humanoid Bourgoise!

Edit: Nekkid turkey dance! Try to get that visual out of your minds eye.

You.

Are.

EVIL.

In a freehold DM hates Joss Whedon, kind of way.

What? I'm not evil! Besides, all dancing naked turkeys make me think of is dinner.


Aberzombie wrote:

Aw crap! Not the damn "click" again!

EVERYBODY! DUCK!!!

Duck? Where is ze duck? I zot we were 'aving turkey?


Studpuffin wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Ah, KFC is Kenku Fried Chicken... it's talon lickin' good!

Yes... my plan is working! You are what you eat, and soon the Kenku shall permeate everyone's being and you'll all be:

ONE OF US, ONE OF US, ONE OF US

Well that is silly who eats at KFC.:)
We also infiltrated Popeye's.

POPEYES FOREVER! KFC NEVER!!!!


To the individual who posted a comment on the Freehold! The Saga of Wune blog via Facebook-

Apparently, my hatred for Facebook is so powerful, it didn't take. Or maybe it posted on Facebook, but not in my blog: please put your comment on the Monks(I believe it was the Monks) up at the blog site so that I can read what you said?

The Exchange

Freehold DM wrote:

To the individual who posted a comment on the Freehold! The Saga of Wune blog via Facebook-

Apparently, my hatred for Facebook is so powerful, it didn't take. Or maybe it posted on Facebook, but not in my blog: please put your comment on the Monks(I believe it was the Monks) up at the blog site so that I can read what you said?

If it was me, that was weeks ago and I posted it directly to the blog site.

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

warning: insect story:

So, my 1st floor apartment has become a haven for palmetto bugs (big, freaking cockroaches, sometimes with wings). A couple of weeks ago after the first cold snap, I turned on the kitchen light and saw one right in the middle of the floor. We were both startled, but I managed to hunt it down and kill it with a flyswatter. So, every day since then, I've turned on the kitchen light with some trepidation. Nothing happened, so naturally my guard dropped. This morning, I go to start up the shower and that's when the second one decides to pull a Bobby Ewing.

I need an exterminator.


Crimson Jester wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

To the individual who posted a comment on the Freehold! The Saga of Wune blog via Facebook-

Apparently, my hatred for Facebook is so powerful, it didn't take. Or maybe it posted on Facebook, but not in my blog: please put your comment on the Monks(I believe it was the Monks) up at the blog site so that I can read what you said?

If it was me, that was weeks ago and I posted it directly to the blog site.

Strange...it didn't take. In fact, the e-mail notification for it was in my spam folder. Do you remember what it was you said?

RPG Superstar 2012

Something tells me that someone isn't going to get married in the <near|far|hypothetical> future...

Liberty's Edge Contributor

taig wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

You were able to kill the palmetto bug with a fly swatter? Impressive. Was it a +1 fly swatter or something?

I loved your description, though. I got an image of this awkward "Uh. Hi?" moment passing between the two of you...before the killing ensued. ;)

Spoiler:
As gross as they are, at least palmetto bugs aren't as bad as the 6-inch long centipedes that I used to have to deal with when I was living in Hawaii.

Those damned things actually chase you, have a bite that injects necrotising venom, and showed up in the most horrifying places...like the time I found one hanging out in the fluorescent light fixture in the kitchen. It was really difficult trying to open the light cover so I could suck up the centipede with a vacuum without actually letting the centipede out or having it fall on my head. ::shudder::

Oh...almost forgot. Good morning, FAWTLies!

EDIT: Should have spoilerized the bug story. I didn't realize that was the thing to do, here. ;)


taig wrote:

** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
casts summon Moorluck

Palmetto Bugs. Ugh. Bad news, man.

We get waterbugs where I am in Brooklyn. Everyone thinks they are cockroaches, but they aren't. I can actually tell the difference, which is sad, but fascinating. It never ceases to amazing me how powerful nature is, even in the heart of the city.


Paris Crenshaw wrote:
taig wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

You were able to kill the palmetto bug with a fly swatter? Impressive. Was it a +1 fly swatter or something?

I loved your description, though. I got an image of this awkward "Uh. Hi?" moment passing between the two of you...before the killing ensued. ;)

As gross as they are, at least palmetto bugs aren't as bad as the 6-inch long centipedes that I used to have to deal with when I was living in Hawaii.

Those damned things actually chase you, have a bite that injects necrotising venom, and showed up in the most horrifying places...like the time I found one hanging out in the fluorescent light fixture in the kitchen. It was really difficult trying to open the light cover so I could suck up the centipede with a vacuum without actually letting the centipede out or having it fall on my head. ::shudder::

Oh...almost forgot. Good morning, FAWTLies!

Good GOD.

What are those things called? And why do they chase you? And WHY do they have necrotising venom of all things??!?!

The Exchange

Freehold DM wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

To the individual who posted a comment on the Freehold! The Saga of Wune blog via Facebook-

Apparently, my hatred for Facebook is so powerful, it didn't take. Or maybe it posted on Facebook, but not in my blog: please put your comment on the Monks(I believe it was the Monks) up at the blog site so that I can read what you said?

If it was me, that was weeks ago and I posted it directly to the blog site.
Strange...it didn't take. In fact, the e-mail notification for it was in my spam folder. Do you remember what it was you said?

I am so sorry, but no.


Crimson Jester wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

To the individual who posted a comment on the Freehold! The Saga of Wune blog via Facebook-

Apparently, my hatred for Facebook is so powerful, it didn't take. Or maybe it posted on Facebook, but not in my blog: please put your comment on the Monks(I believe it was the Monks) up at the blog site so that I can read what you said?

If it was me, that was weeks ago and I posted it directly to the blog site.
Strange...it didn't take. In fact, the e-mail notification for it was in my spam folder. Do you remember what it was you said?
I am so sorry, but no.

Ah well. No big deal. Yet another sin to ascribe to Facebook.

The Exchange

Freehold DM wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

To the individual who posted a comment on the Freehold! The Saga of Wune blog via Facebook-

Apparently, my hatred for Facebook is so powerful, it didn't take. Or maybe it posted on Facebook, but not in my blog: please put your comment on the Monks(I believe it was the Monks) up at the blog site so that I can read what you said?

If it was me, that was weeks ago and I posted it directly to the blog site.
Strange...it didn't take. In fact, the e-mail notification for it was in my spam folder. Do you remember what it was you said?
I am so sorry, but no.
Ah well. No big deal. Yet another sin to ascribe to Facebook.

Not FB's fault.


Crimson Jester wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

To the individual who posted a comment on the Freehold! The Saga of Wune blog via Facebook-

Apparently, my hatred for Facebook is so powerful, it didn't take. Or maybe it posted on Facebook, but not in my blog: please put your comment on the Monks(I believe it was the Monks) up at the blog site so that I can read what you said?

If it was me, that was weeks ago and I posted it directly to the blog site.
Strange...it didn't take. In fact, the e-mail notification for it was in my spam folder. Do you remember what it was you said?
I am so sorry, but no.
Ah well. No big deal. Yet another sin to ascribe to Facebook.
Not FB's fault.

Really? I am at work, and so I can't be 100% sure(the site is blocked), but I thought the link in the confirmation e-mail(which I hovered over but didn't click because it is blocked) said something about Facebook. I'll check it out tonight.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Freehold DM wrote:
Spoiler:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
taig wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

You were able to kill the palmetto bug with a fly swatter? Impressive. Was it a +1 fly swatter or something?

I loved your description, though. I got an image of this awkward "Uh. Hi?" moment passing between the two of you...before the killing ensued. ;)

As gross as they are, at least palmetto bugs aren't as bad as the 6-inch long centipedes that I used to have to deal with when I was living in Hawaii.

Those damned things actually chase you, have a bite that injects necrotising venom, and showed up in the most horrifying places...like the time I found one hanging out in the fluorescent light fixture in the kitchen. It was really difficult trying to open the light cover so I could suck up the centipede with a vacuum without actually letting the centipede out or having it fall on my head. ::shudder::

Oh...almost forgot. Good morning, FAWTLies!

Good GOD.

What are those things called? And why do they chase you? And WHY do they have necrotising venom of all things??!?!

Spoiler:
They're just centipedes. The ones in North America are smaller and less dangerous. These tropical centipedes are more aggressive. They will actually eat mice and frogs, thus the reason for the venom. They actually inject the venom through specially evolved legs that grow next to the mouth. In case you need proof of size on these things.
Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Paris Crenshaw wrote:
taig wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

You were able to kill the palmetto bug with a fly swatter? Impressive. Was it a +1 fly swatter or something?

I loved your description, though. I got an image of this awkward "Uh. Hi?" moment passing between the two of you...before the killing ensued. ;)

** spoiler omitted **

Oh...almost forgot. Good morning, FAWTLies!

EDIT: Should have spoilerized the bug story. I didn't realize that was the thing to do, here. ;)

Spoiler:
Yikes. We had a massive rainstorm two years ago, so I got to see a garden centipede up close and personal on my desk. It was about 5 inches long. I found something to capture it with and flushed it. When my wife got home and I told here what happened, she chastised me for not keeping it around so she could see it.

The worst "bug" incident I know of is when I lived in San Antonio. A friend of mine had to use the bathroom in the middle of the night and felt something land on him. He switched on the light to discover it was a scorpion. Luckily he avoided getting stung.

One of our cats used to hunt the damn things. He never seemed to be bothered if he got stung.

RPG Superstar 2012

Solnes and a couple of other people would rather we not wave our spiders and insects around in the open. :)


Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
** spoiler omitted **
** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
Good GOD! I'm thinking James Jacobs disposed of some toxic waste in Hawaii just to see if he could make some Giant Centipedes!!!! They eat FROGS and MICE?!?!?!? What the hell man? Now I'm gonna be checking under my pillow for Drop Bears and Flying Sharks!!!!!
RPG Superstar 2012

Paris Crenshaw wrote:
taig wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

You were able to kill the palmetto bug with a fly swatter? Impressive. Was it a +1 fly swatter or something?

I loved your description, though. I got an image of this awkward "Uh. Hi?" moment passing between the two of you...before the killing ensued. ;)

That's what it felt like.

Actually, I only stunned it with the flyswatter, but that bought me enough time to grab some toilet paper and flush it.


taig wrote:
Solnes and a couple of other people would rather we not wave our spiders and insects around in the open. :)

Where is Solnes? And Moorluck for that matter? I've not seen them much lately.

Spoiler:
And why is anyone afraid of insects? Unless they're the necrotizing venom type. They're thousands of times smaller than us, and are rightfully more terrified of us than we are of them.


taig wrote:
Something tells me that someone isn't going to get married in the <near|far|hypothetical> future...

Wheeeee!

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

The tropics are full of fun little critters that will kill you.


taig wrote:
The tropics are full of fun little critters that will kill you.

It's one of the reasons why I hesitate to take my wife anywhere near there.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Copy all, Taig. I'll keep that in mind in the future.

Freehold DM wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
** spoiler omitted **
** spoiler omitted **
** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
Yeah. There aren't many bugs that give me the willies, but that one does. But unless you live in a very warm, tropical climate like Hawaii, you're not going to see these beasties.

As far as Jacobs' experiments are concerned, the picture of the giant centipede on page 43 of the Pathfinder Bestiary is actually pretty accurate. ::double shudder::


Freehold DM wrote:
Spoiler:
They eat FROGS and MICE?!?!?!? What the hell man? Now I'm gonna be checking under my pillow for Drop Bears and Flying Sharks!!!!!

Spoiler:
Heh, at least they don't eat baby tengu (arachnophobics, please don't click).

Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
** spoiler omitted **
** spoiler omitted **

One word comes to mind- DAMN.

[EDIT] I gotta watch The Mist sometime soon.

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
** spoiler omitted **
** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
These disturb me a lot.
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