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Crimson Jester wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
I just watched a minivan get stuck on my street. Idiot there is 7+ inches of snow on the ground stay home.
Wusses. Anything less than 3 feet is a dusting.

Once the snow is above the bumper of my car I stay home.

Don't get me wrong; I hate the snow and want to leave, but I can't help picking on you snow-lightweights.
I don't know if you would call us lightweights, maybe middleweights:)
Snow? You mean you people already have white stuff on the ground? Its been in the 50's around here. Heck we have a fire hazard warning because it has been so dry people are afraid of the grass catching on fire. Now it is supposed to be in the teens tonight and stay that way for a few days. We still do not expect any snow.

We were near 50 yesterday and this morning had a blizzard warning. out here in Iowa we may get moderate snow but we also have nothing to block the wind. It's not uncommon to have an air temp of 10 to 15 with a windchill of -15 to -20 here.


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Woodraven wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
I just watched a minivan get stuck on my street. Idiot there is 7+ inches of snow on the ground stay home.
Wusses. Anything less than 3 feet is a dusting.

Once the snow is above the bumper of my car I stay home.

Don't get me wrong; I hate the snow and want to leave, but I can't help picking on you snow-lightweights.
I don't know if you would call us lightweights, maybe middleweights:)
Snow? You mean you people already have white stuff on the ground? Its been in the 50's around here. Heck we have a fire hazard warning because it has been so dry people are afraid of the grass catching on fire. Now it is supposed to be in the teens tonight and stay that way for a few days. We still do not expect any snow.
We were near 50 yesterday and this morning had a blizzard warning. out here in Iowa we may get moderate snow but we also have nothing to block the wind. It's not uncommon to have an air temp of 10 to 15 with a windchill of -15 to -20 here.

Forecast for tomorrow is a high of 4 with a wind chill of -25. And a low of -13 with a wind chill of -30.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

I think I prefer Ella Fitzgerald's version of "Jingle Bells" to pretty much any other version I've heard.
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Just sayin'.

I hope everyone's having a great weekend. I'm still out at sea. Can't wait to get home, again. Not long, now.

Shadow Lodge

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Dashes through the thread on the way to Company Christmas party with just enough time to say...

Sunny and 73 down here near Houston!

The Exchange

We have a lot of Texan Fawtls.

Liberty's Edge

Since when is 'gift' a f%#%ing verb?


But it's fun verbing nouns. ^.^


Crimson Jester wrote:
We have a lot of Texan Fawtls.

YEE-HAW!!!


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Since when is 'gift' a f&*&ing verb?

Since the late 16th century, according to OED. It's older than the use of gifted as an adjective by about a century.

The Exchange

Celestial Healer wrote:
Wolfthulhu wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
On the other hand, I finally watched Inception last night. What a cool movie! I really enjoyed it - kick ass story, good acting, some really cool special effects. I might just have to buy this one on Blu Ray.

I still need to see that one.

We're going to see Voyage of the Dawn Treader this afternoon.

I want to see VotDT. Let us know if it's any good.

I enjoyed it. Maybe not as good as it could have been, but still very good.

The portrayal of Eustace was amazing. The actor hit it pretty much spot on.

The Exchange

Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:

Dashes through the thread on the way to Company Christmas party with just enough time to say...

Sunny and 73 down here near Houston!

yeah, but it will hit the freezing mark by tomorrow morning. Gotta love that Houston weather!


Crimson Jester wrote:
We have a lot of Texan Fawtls.

Ain't it great?!


Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:

Dashes through the thread on the way to Company Christmas party with just enough time to say...

Sunny and 73 down here near Houston!

We're getting a major cold front in Big D!


Damn Texan wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
We have a lot of Texan Fawtls.
Ain't it great?!

Yes. Yes, it is.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Since when is 'gift' a f&*&ing verb?
Since the late 16th century, according to OED. It's older than the use of gifted as an adjective by about a century.

Actually Mairkurion is correct in this. But what tans my hide is he takes too much pleasure in correcting or informing another. Curse you, Mairkurion and all your ilk! One day I will see you consumed by my eldritch fire and turned to ash!


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:

Dashes through the thread on the way to Company Christmas party with just enough time to say...

Sunny and 73 down here near Houston!

We're getting a major cold front in Big D!

I think I will stay down here where it is comfortably hot.

I just thought of a poetic line:

The fire of my ire is the roast of my ghost!

Haha! Hahahahahaha! Ha!

The Exchange

Paris Crenshaw wrote:

I think I prefer Ella Fitzgerald's version of "Jingle Bells" to pretty much any other version I've heard.

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Just sayin'.

I hope everyone's having a great weekend. I'm still out at sea. Can't wait to get home, again. Not long, now.

Stay safe, and we crazy Fawtlies will throw you a parade of boobs when ya get back. ;)


Much snow expected tonight and tomorrow morning. Starting to worry a little since I'm not sure when the make-up day would be for the final I'm supposed to take tomorrow. And I really, really, really, really need to be done with this class. This is one time when I really hope the forecast is wrong.


Hey, Flamegut. Just thought I'd tell you that the last time I got together with the OKDM, I sold off more of your paltry stuff. I just wish I could kill you and take your stuff all over again.

Spoiler:
You should totally make an OKDM alias.


Flamegut wrote:


Actually Mairkurion is correct in this. But what tans my hide is he takes too much pleasure in correcting or informing another. Curse you, Mairkurion and all your ilk! One day I will see you consumed by my eldritch fire and turned to ash!

It's a little know fact that at such moments, Mairkurion's voice sounds just like Cliff Clavin's.

The Exchange

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Flamegut wrote:


Actually Mairkurion is correct in this. But what tans my hide is he takes too much pleasure in correcting or informing another. Curse you, Mairkurion and all your ilk! One day I will see you consumed by my eldritch fire and turned to ash!
It's a little know fact that at such moments, Mairkurion's voice sounds just like Cliff Clavin's.

In my head it sounds like James Earl Jones.... jus' sayin'.

The Exchange

I was thinking that we, The Fawtl Collective, could do something special this year for Christmas. I thought we could, on the eve of that most blessed of holy days, go thread to thread "singing" carols. What do you guys think?

The Exchange

Moorluck wrote:
I was thinking that we, The Fawtl Collective, could do something special this year for Christmas. I thought we could, on the eve of that most blessed of holy days, go thread to thread "singing" carols. What do you guys think?

Yes but remember to keep it religious neutral in the CRD or those darn trolls will be up in arms.

Liberty's Edge

Celestial Healer wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
I just watched a minivan get stuck on my street. Idiot there is 7+ inches of snow on the ground stay home.
Wusses. Anything less than 3 feet is a dusting.

Yeah, you must have gotten the same snow we did in Syracuse. I don't know about Rochester, but the storm we got here was a record-breaker. Two and a half feet of snow during a 96-hour snowstorm.


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The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
I just watched a minivan get stuck on my street. Idiot there is 7+ inches of snow on the ground stay home.
Wusses. Anything less than 3 feet is a dusting.
Yeah, you must have gotten the same snow we did in Syracuse. I don't know about Rochester, but the storm we got here was a record-breaker. Two and a half feet of snow during a 96-hour snowstorm.

Well we are at 18 inches in less then 24 hours. Although it sounds like we are only going to get to about 20 in. ;)


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Crimson Jester wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
I was thinking that we, The Fawtl Collective, could do something special this year for Christmas. I thought we could, on the eve of that most blessed of holy days, go thread to thread "singing" carols. What do you guys think?
Yes but remember to keep it religious neutral in the CRD or those darn trolls will be up in arms.

Christmas caroling sounds like a lot of fun.

Silver Crusade

The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
I just watched a minivan get stuck on my street. Idiot there is 7+ inches of snow on the ground stay home.
Wusses. Anything less than 3 feet is a dusting.
Yeah, you must have gotten the same snow we did in Syracuse. I don't know about Rochester, but the storm we got here was a record-breaker. Two and a half feet of snow during a 96-hour snowstorm.

It's been crappy, but we missed the worst of it. Less than a foot. There's another storm coming over the great lakes, but they're saying the worst of it may hit while temperatures are above freezing, and we'll get rain instead.

I'm sure you're finding out... Western NY is snow hell. When your weather pattern consists of temperatures just below freezing, and all the systems travel across the largest bodies of fresh water in the world on their way to you, no good can come of it.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

Hey, Flamegut. Just thought I'd tell you that the last time I got together with the OKDM, I sold off more of your paltry stuff. I just wish I could kill you and take your stuff all over again.

** spoiler omitted **

It is true, Flamegut, last time he sold your glass spice carousel and your collection of stackable glass mixing bowls.

Liberty's Edge

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Since when is 'gift' a f&*&ing verb?
Since the late 16th century, according to OED. It's older than the use of gifted as an adjective by about a century.

English is WEIRD.

Silver Crusade

The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Since when is 'gift' a f&*&ing verb?
Since the late 16th century, according to OED. It's older than the use of gifted as an adjective by about a century.
English is WEIRD.

+1

Silver Crusade

Justin Franklin wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
I just watched a minivan get stuck on my street. Idiot there is 7+ inches of snow on the ground stay home.
Wusses. Anything less than 3 feet is a dusting.
Yeah, you must have gotten the same snow we did in Syracuse. I don't know about Rochester, but the storm we got here was a record-breaker. Two and a half feet of snow during a 96-hour snowstorm.
Well we are at 18 inches in less then 24 hours. Although it sounds like we are only going to get to about 20 in. ;)

That's rare for MN. Usually you guys get ridiculously cold but dry, right?


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
I just watched a minivan get stuck on my street. Idiot there is 7+ inches of snow on the ground stay home.
Wusses. Anything less than 3 feet is a dusting.
Yeah, you must have gotten the same snow we did in Syracuse. I don't know about Rochester, but the storm we got here was a record-breaker. Two and a half feet of snow during a 96-hour snowstorm.
Well we are at 18 inches in less then 24 hours. Although it sounds like we are only going to get to about 20 in. ;)
That's rare for MN. Usually you guys get ridiculously cold but dry, right?

It's rare all at once like this. We do average around 50" of snow over the winter. Just not usually more then 8-10 in. at a time. The cold starts tomorrow.


gotta love blizzard conditions

The Exchange

Gotta love fajitas and margaritas. :-D

had a good night... heck the whole day was awesome with various groups of friends.


OKDM wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

Hey, Flamegut. Just thought I'd tell you that the last time I got together with the OKDM, I sold off more of your paltry stuff. I just wish I could kill you and take your stuff all over again.

** spoiler omitted **

It is true, Flamegut, last time he sold your glass spice carousel and your collection of stackable glass mixing bowls.

You, sir, look SMASHING!


Woodraven wrote:
gotta love blizzard conditions

Yeah, the kiddo is pretty bummed. But it looks like there's a surprise visit in the works! ::Crosses fingers::


Professor Higgins wrote:
OKDM wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

Hey, Flamegut. Just thought I'd tell you that the last time I got together with the OKDM, I sold off more of your paltry stuff. I just wish I could kill you and take your stuff all over again.

** spoiler omitted **

It is true, Flamegut, last time he sold your glass spice carousel and your collection of stackable glass mixing bowls.
You, sir, look SMASHING!

Right, oh boy! One must show the chaps the proper rigs for tea.


SOMEbody is flying to Dallas Thursday morning on a surprise visit!
::Does happy dance::


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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

SOMEbody is flying to Dallas Thursday morning on a surprise visit!

::Does happy dance::

Cool! Hope you guys have a good time.


Morena Baccarin is hot. Especially in Stargate SG1 when she wears a corset.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

SOMEbody is flying to Dallas Thursday morning on a surprise visit!

::Does happy dance::

Does this somebody like to draw pictures?

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

...and so it begins.

I just received my first "official" D & D mini's ever in the mail on Saturday. Can 3-D terrains like Jeremy's be far behind?

Shadow Lodge

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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

SOMEbody is flying to Dallas Thursday morning on a surprise visit!

::Does happy dance::

That's wonderful. I hope you all have a great time. My boys fly out of MN on Saturday for Christmas break. Let the games begin!


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And the roof of the Metrodome has collapsed under the weight of the snow. ;)

Scarab Sages

Gary Teter wrote:
Bribri was wacked by a zombie. Full health to -4 in a single attack, and then it was all over except for the nommin'.

Mmmmmm......brainnnnssss!

Scarab Sages

Ugh! I think I broke something last night.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Moorluck wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:

I think I prefer Ella Fitzgerald's version of "Jingle Bells" to pretty much any other version I've heard.

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Just sayin'.

I hope everyone's having a great weekend. I'm still out at sea. Can't wait to get home, again. Not long, now.

Stay safe, and we crazy Fawtlies will throw you a parade of boobs when ya get back. ;)

Hooray! Boob parade!

Dark Archive

:'(

my 360 just red ringed again....

'wah!!!!!!'

Liberty's Edge

Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:

I think I prefer Ella Fitzgerald's version of "Jingle Bells" to pretty much any other version I've heard.

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Just sayin'.

I hope everyone's having a great weekend. I'm still out at sea. Can't wait to get home, again. Not long, now.

Stay safe, and we crazy Fawtlies will throw you a parade of boobs when ya get back. ;)
Hooray! Boob parade!

The boobs go marching two by two, hurrah, hurrah!


Pathfinder Companion, Maps Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber
Studpuffin wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:

I think I prefer Ella Fitzgerald's version of "Jingle Bells" to pretty much any other version I've heard.

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Just sayin'.

I hope everyone's having a great weekend. I'm still out at sea. Can't wait to get home, again. Not long, now.

Stay safe, and we crazy Fawtlies will throw you a parade of boobs when ya get back. ;)
Hooray! Boob parade!
The boobs go marching two by two, hurrah, hurrah!

I do we do three by three?

EDIT: Nekkid boob parade for TotP.

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