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Scarab Sages

Nekkid whiteboard fun for TotP!


You should write in something about a office pizza party somewhere. ;3


Are there any other columns ?

"Documentation": death certificates; orders of execution; letters of marque

"Training": mass grave digging 101; paper shredding 305: advanced methods relating to the destruction of self-incriminating evidence; WikiLeaks

"Newt Technology": limb regeneration development - theoretical phase; cloning technology that won't piss off the religious extremists; growing brains on the backs of rodentia


There’s a fire starting in my heart
Reaching a fever pitch, it’s bringing me out the dark
Finally I can see you crystal clear
Go head and sell me out and I’ll lay your s~#* bare

See how I leave with every piece of you
Don’t underestimate the things that I will do

There’s a fire starting in my heart
Reaching a fever pitch
And its bring me out the dark

The scars of your love remind me of us
They keep me thinking that we almost had it all
The scars of your love they leave me breathless
I can’t help feeling
We could have had it all
Rolling in the deep
You had my heart and soul
And you played it
To the beat

Baby I have no story to be told
But I’ve heard one of you
And I’m gonna make your head burn
Think of me in the depths of your despair
Making a home down there
It Reminds you of the home we shared

The scars of your love remind me of us
They keep me thinking that we almost had it all
The scars of your love they leave me breathless
I can’t help feeling
We could have had it all
Rolling in the deep
You had my heart and soul
And you played it
To the beat

Throw your soul through every open door
Count your blessings to find what you look for
Turned my sorrow into treasured gold
You pay me back in kind and reap just what you sow

We could have had it all
We could have had it all
It all, it all it all,
We could have had it all
Rolling in the deep
You had my heart and soul
And you played it
To the beat

Liberty's Edge

Okay, so 2011. Looking good. Bright future.

1) Job starts on the 3rd. Genuinely excited to go into work.

2) Apartment hunting today. The one my future roommate and I are liking is open and we just have to fill out the paperwork. I've got not only my Job Offer to prove my salary meets the requirements, but a letter of recommendation from my previous landlord.

3) (see above song. Awesome)

4) Had a dream last night with a message straight from my sub-conscious. Since the divorce, I've dated a bit (one went down in flames, the others left broken-hearted women since I wasn't committing--NOT fooling around or anything, just keeping everything casual). The dream last night had two girls vying for my affection (keep it PG-13 Urizen) and one was a casual type of relationship and the other was a serious one. I chose the casual and spent most of the dream regretting I didn't choose the serious. Guess I'm ready to go back to real relationships...

5) <fanboy squeals of excitement> Apparently, if you love a game enough, study hard and eat all you vegetables, dreams come true. I've been posting over on the Shadowrun 4 official forums as FastJack and have far outstripped other posters over there (not only in quality, but also quantity). As a 'reward', and because the Freelancers/Developers from Catalyst liked what they saw, I have been granted Global Moderator powers. I'm trying not to let the power go to my head, but I'm also in the market for one of Gary's "clickers".


Glad to hear that things are going so well for you Ashe. :)


So I ventured into the horror that is Toys r us last night. *shudder* It was....it was.....you know, I think I'd rather not think too much about it.
*curls up in corner weeping*
;)


Also it seems that synesthesia is becoming a new standard symptom for me with migraines. The last migraine I had I had an episode where I could see sound for like an hour and then last night I had one where I could see touch. It's disorienting and rather unpleasant. Can't wait to have insurance again so I can go see a doctor about this.


Studpuffin wrote:
Woodraven wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Woodraven wrote:
Mysterious Cultist wrote:
Ia! IA!
Wait the great old ones, reside in Iowa? Now I know why we have problems.

Suddenly, I now understand why potatoes have so many eyes.

And Happy Unbirthday to everyone except Freehold.

I didn't know Iowa was known for its potatoes...
we're not. we are known for corn, pigs, and corn fed pigs.
You've also got that strange whistling noise. I can hear it when I drive through your state, but none of you seem to notice it. Weird, huh?

It's from all the corn they feed the pigs. Duh. ;P


lynora wrote:

So I ventured into the horror that is Toys r us last night. *shudder* It was....it was.....you know, I think I'd rather not think too much about it.

*curls up in corner weeping*
;)

Used to be a toy store manager. I won't go anywhere near them this time of the year.

*flashbacks* *weeping* *blood curdling maniacal giggling/screaming*

Scarab Sages

Mmmmm.....bacon flavored corn.


Put more lead in the dense filing system

Shred everything

Change encryption key to names of various undead

Interchange the military hardware and software

Arrange surprise party and group gift for the guy that thinks he's a zombie

Order more brains

Potatoes. We need more potatoes.

Have everyone move one station over

Plan surprise drill for February 29th.

Lower the height of everyone's desk by 1 inch, to improve air circulation.


Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber; Pathfinder Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:

So I ventured into the horror that is Toys r us last night. *shudder* It was....it was.....you know, I think I'd rather not think too much about it.

*curls up in corner weeping*
;)

Used to be a toy store manager. I won't go anywhere near them this time of the year.

*flashbacks* *weeping* *blood curdling maniacal giggling/screaming*

I thought I heard at least some of the Toys R Us are open 87 straight hours starting yesterday morning. I wonder how busy it is at about 2 am?

Liberty's Edge

Emperor7 wrote:
Plan surprise drill for February 29th.

HA!


Switch In trays and Out trays

Order booze. Bill costs to 'Morale' budget

Announce that Fridays are now Clothing Optional days


Wrapped presents for friends who are supposed to come over tonight. Warned kidlet about our days schedule. Hopefully this won't be a disaster. Yesterday he had the most intense frightening panic attack I have ever seen him have. Holiday shopping does not agree with him. :(


Emperor7 wrote:

Switch In trays and Out trays

Order booze. Bill costs to 'Morale' budget

Announce that Fridays are now Clothing Optional days

I think the last one is the most frightening. :)


Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Davi The Eccentric wrote:
My family's cat has diabetes. That cat is also the closest thing I have to a real life friend at the moment. Tonight, I had to give her her shot because no one else is in the house. An hour and a half later, I still haven't done it. I just can't stick the needle in. I almost had the nerve, then the dogs barked and she bolted and I had a meltdown because I've been doing this for an hour and it's probably too late at this point and now it's even later and anything that happens because of this will be entirely my fault.
Davi I understand your pain. You just have to grit your teeth and do it. I love my cat too, but if it's for the good of the cat it has to be done.

Sorry to hear this happened to you both, Davi.

Having taken care of many pets, my own and other people's, I recall a few things.

The toughest part is getting over your fear of doing too much damage with the needle, because the skin resists and you're afraid that once it finally gives to pressure, much like a levee breaking, you're going to wreck the place.

Practice on an orange a few times. The break point of orange rind and skin isn't altogether different. Once you feel you won't hurt her (Though some shots go better than others) you'll administer shots with confidence. Confidence is what makes the shots go by swimmingly.

Also, at first your cat will react poorly to being given a shot, but eventually she might even purr while you administer it. It's about making it a drama free routine. So even if she's freaking when you first go after her, you stay calm and gentle. She'll take comfort in that.

You probably this but roll the insulin, don't shake it. And make sure to clear any tiny, dangerous bubbles of air by raising the needle upward and lightly tapping the side of the hypodermic, then eject those bubbles with a short squirt.


lynora wrote:
Wrapped presents for friends who are supposed to come over tonight.

What time am I supposed to be there again?


Augh! Flaky friends are frustrating!
Now they're not coming over tonight. And we get to renegotiate a time for the second time this week since they already cancelled on me once. Well, on the bright side, I guess I no longer have such a tight schedule today. :/


Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Wrapped presents for friends who are supposed to come over tonight.
What time am I supposed to be there again?

lol. I don't think you want jewelry for Christmas. :)

But there will be Star Wars Christmas cookies. :)


Well, I've got a lot to do today before going to south Texas tomorrow, so I hope you all have a great holiday!


lynora wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Wrapped presents for friends who are supposed to come over tonight.
What time am I supposed to be there again?

lol. I don't think you want jewelry for Christmas. :)

But there will be Star Wars Christmas cookies. :)

are you using the SW cookie cutters or this


Toddzilla wrote:
lynora wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Wrapped presents for friends who are supposed to come over tonight.
What time am I supposed to be there again?

lol. I don't think you want jewelry for Christmas. :)

But there will be Star Wars Christmas cookies. :)

are you using the SW cookie cutters or this

The cookie cutters.


lynora wrote:
Toddzilla wrote:
lynora wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Wrapped presents for friends who are supposed to come over tonight.
What time am I supposed to be there again?

lol. I don't think you want jewelry for Christmas. :)

But there will be Star Wars Christmas cookies. :)

are you using the SW cookie cutters or this
The cookie cutters.

good stuff. I'm getting the cookie cuters and pancake molds for christmas

Silver Crusade

Hello all. What did I miss?


Ashe Ravenheart wrote:

Okay, so 2011. Looking good. Bright future.

1) Job starts on the 3rd. Genuinely excited to go into work.

2) Apartment hunting today. The one my future roommate and I are liking is open and we just have to fill out the paperwork. I've got not only my Job Offer to prove my salary meets the requirements, but a letter of recommendation from my previous landlord.

3) (see above song. Awesome)

4) Had a dream last night with a message straight from my sub-conscious. Since the divorce, I've dated a bit (one went down in flames, the others left broken-hearted women since I wasn't committing--NOT fooling around or anything, just keeping everything casual). The dream last night had two girls vying for my affection (keep it PG-13 Urizen) and one was a casual type of relationship and the other was a serious one. I chose the casual and spent most of the dream regretting I didn't choose the serious. Guess I'm ready to go back to real relationships...

5) <fanboy squeals of excitement> Apparently, if you love a game enough, study hard and eat all you vegetables, dreams come true. I've been posting over on the Shadowrun 4 official forums as FastJack and have far outstripped other posters over there (not only in quality, but also quantity). As a 'reward', and because the Freelancers/Developers from Catalyst liked what they saw, I have been granted Global Moderator powers. I'm trying not to let the power go to my head, but I'm also in the market for one of Gary's "clickers".

Thanks for the sad deathday wishes, friend!

1. As your total opposite, this can only mean that my job is ending the 3rd, and I am quite depressed over it. Why did you go and get a job!?!? I have bills to pay, y'know!!!!!!??!

2. Fortunately, I already have an apartment, and do not need to fill out any paperwork. This makes sense, as I already have the apartment.

3. What song? It doesn't matter, it would have to be one I hated. I was not a fan of "Joss Whedon Sings The Blues". I don't think anyone was, really.

4. Apparently, since getting married, I've not been dating, and women have been turning me down in my dreams. This isn't an opposite thing, this has actually been happening. I'd love to get into some completely casual relationships, but the wife has dramatically different thoughts on that matter.

5.Whilst my hatred of 4th Ed continues, this is utterly awesome. I've seen the name of Fastjack on their messageboards, and I'm glad that you are being given the reins as it were. Click away upon the 4th Ed Shadowrun forums!!!!!

Dark Archive

Woot, got to use my Dwarvenforge stuff in game last night for the first time. The new group was flabbergasted, they didn't even know it existed. Anyway fun was had by all even though I could only build 3 rooms and a couple passages at once they were still majorly impressed. In fact one of the new players took a round by round picture series with his iphone.


Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Woot, got to use my Dwarvenforge stuff in game last night for the first time. The new group was flabbergasted, they didn't even know it existed. Anyway fun was had by all even though I could only build 3 rooms and a couple passages at once they were still majorly impressed. In fact one of the new players took a round by round picture series with his iphone.

What did you get? Cuz I'm getting some of the dragonfire laser crafts stuff to take my game to the next level, although it hasn't arrived yet.

Dark Archive

Freehold DM wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Woot, got to use my Dwarvenforge stuff in game last night for the first time. The new group was flabbergasted, they didn't even know it existed. Anyway fun was had by all even though I could only build 3 rooms and a couple passages at once they were still majorly impressed. In fact one of the new players took a round by round picture series with his iphone.
What did you get? Cuz I'm getting some of the dragonfire laser crafts stuff to take my game to the next level, although it hasn't arrived yet.

I have the classic dungeon set, I'm making another huge order in March for the classic set, I hope to complete it with this next order. I will move onto the cavern set after my big move in August.


Ashe Ravenheart wrote:

5) <fanboy squeals of excitement> Apparently, if you love a game enough, study hard and eat all you vegetables, dreams come true. I've been posting over on the Shadowrun 4 official forums as FastJack and have far outstripped other posters over there (not only in quality, but also quantity). As a 'reward', and because the Freelancers/Developers from Catalyst liked what they saw, I have been granted Global Moderator powers. I'm trying not to let the power go to my head, but I'm also in the market for one of Gary's "clickers".

Congatulations!

Side note: I was at a wedding a couple of years ago and the groom's cake was on display. It had the cover of the first edition Shadowrun book on its icing. Cool cake.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Woot, got to use my Dwarvenforge stuff in game last night for the first time. The new group was flabbergasted, they didn't even know it existed. Anyway fun was had by all even though I could only build 3 rooms and a couple passages at once they were still majorly impressed. In fact one of the new players took a round by round picture series with his iphone.
What did you get? Cuz I'm getting some of the dragonfire laser crafts stuff to take my game to the next level, although it hasn't arrived yet.
I have the classic dungeon set, I'm making another huge order in March for the classic set, I hope to complete it with this next order. I will move onto the cavern set after my big move in August.

That's really cool, Jeremy. I've been thinking about something like this for quite some time. Unfortunately, I have a hard time justifying the purchase.

I'm subscribed to every Pathfinder and Gamemastery product, right now, which means that I have WAY more stuff than I can use. I don't game often enough to put this stuff to use. Just looking at them gives me great ideas for scenarios and adventures, but I can't always put those ideas into action.

A good example is the scenario I came up with for my daughters using some of my D&D Minis and the Darklands and Dragon's Lair flip-mats. I just went through my minis and picked out ones that fit a certain theme (the girls' enemy being the dreaded Firelords), then made up a 4-encounter scenario to go with it, using the flip-mats as the setting. The girls had fun, but we used 10th level characters, so most of the abilities were way over their heads.

Bottom line: I would like to play/GM more, so I can use more of this cool stuff. And...if I can't use the cool stuff I have, I can really make a good argument for buying more toys for my RPGs. ;)

As an aside, I really would like to see more of Paizo's Gamemastery products tie directly into the adventure paths and modules. Some people might think it's cheesy advertising, but I like seeing the references to flip-mats, map packs or other Gamemastery products I can use to enhance an adventure.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Also, I'm home from work, today. I've never had a "rain day" before, but the CO decided the weather was too dangerous for folks to be on the road. Given how ridiculously stupid San Diego drivers can be when it rains, I can't say that I disagree with him.


Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Also, I'm home from work, today. I've never had a "rain day" before, but the CO decided the weather was too dangerous for folks to be on the road. Given how ridiculously stupid San Diego drivers can be when it rains, I can't say that I disagree with him.

+1

Dark Archive

Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Woot, got to use my Dwarvenforge stuff in game last night for the first time. The new group was flabbergasted, they didn't even know it existed. Anyway fun was had by all even though I could only build 3 rooms and a couple passages at once they were still majorly impressed. In fact one of the new players took a round by round picture series with his iphone.
What did you get? Cuz I'm getting some of the dragonfire laser crafts stuff to take my game to the next level, although it hasn't arrived yet.
I have the classic dungeon set, I'm making another huge order in March for the classic set, I hope to complete it with this next order. I will move onto the cavern set after my big move in August.

That's really cool, Jeremy. I've been thinking about something like this for quite some time. Unfortunately, I have a hard time justifying the purchase.

I'm subscribed to every Pathfinder and Gamemastery product, right now, which means that I have WAY more stuff than I can use. I don't game often enough to put this stuff to use. Just looking at them gives me great ideas for scenarios and adventures, but I can't always put those ideas into action.

A good example is the scenario I came up with for my daughters using some of my D&D Minis and the Darklands and Dragon's Lair flip-mats. I just went through my minis and picked out ones that fit a certain theme (the girls' enemy being the dreaded Firelords), then made up a 4-encounter scenario to go with it, using the flip-mats as the setting. The girls had fun, but we used 10th level characters, so most of the abilities were way over their heads.

Bottom line: I would like to play/GM more, so I can use more of this cool stuff. And...if I can't use the cool stuff I have, I can really make a good argument for buying more toys for my RPGs. ;)

As an aside, I really would like to see more of Paizo's Gamemastery products tie directly into the adventure paths and modules....

I justify my purchases by the fact I'm not a video gamer. I have no children (yet). And I have a weekly group now. But mostly because D&D is one of the few entertainments I enjoy.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Yeah. I'm kind of the same way. Some might say that I spend a lot on Paizo products, but other than Hero Labs data sets (which, of course, support Paizo products), I don't spend a lot of money on other stuff.

I've got tons of D&D Miniatures, which fit most of my mini needs when they arise, so I haven't had a need for much else.

I keep thinking that I'm going to get d20Pro or some other online gaming setup, but I haven't done it, yet.


Hm. This place needs more boobs. Lots of boobs. Plethora.


Urizen wrote:
Hm. This place needs more boobs. Lots of boobs. Plethora.

*pulls out moobs and jiggles*

They clack just like cowbells!

The Exchange

Afternoon All. I hope everyone is having a nice day. Missed too much and can't go back over{well I can but I am not going to} everything that was written.

:)


Urizen wrote:
Hm. This place needs more boobs. Lots of boobs. Plethora.

the same could be said for practically everywhere on (and off) the planet. :P


niel wrote:
Ashe Ravenheart wrote:

5) <fanboy squeals of excitement> Apparently, if you love a game enough, study hard and eat all you vegetables, dreams come true. I've been posting over on the Shadowrun 4 official forums as FastJack and have far outstripped other posters over there (not only in quality, but also quantity). As a 'reward', and because the Freelancers/Developers from Catalyst liked what they saw, I have been granted Global Moderator powers. I'm trying not to let the power go to my head, but I'm also in the market for one of Gary's "clickers".

Congatulations!

Side note: I was at a wedding a couple of years ago and the groom's cake was on display. It had the cover of the first edition Shadowrun book on its icing. Cool cake.

That is frosty, chummer. Real wiz.

The Exchange

The Thing from Beyond the Edge wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Hm. This place needs more boobs. Lots of boobs. Plethora.
the same could be said for practically everywhere on (and off) the planet. :P

BOOBS in Space! It had to be said.


Crimson Jester wrote:
The Thing from Beyond the Edge wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Hm. This place needs more boobs. Lots of boobs. Plethora.
the same could be said for practically everywhere on (and off) the planet. :P
BOOBS in Space! It had to be said.

Here we go, from deviantart...

Boobs in Space by MurderShow72

MurderShow72 wrote:


This is a picture of Misaki from the anime series Divergence Eve. The series is also joking referred to as “Boobs in Space” for obvious reasons. The storyline of the series is crappy as hell but I like the way the character looks, especially the colors of her uniform, which really make her stand out. Plus, outrageously big boobs are always fun.


The Thing from Beyond the Edge wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
The Thing from Beyond the Edge wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Hm. This place needs more boobs. Lots of boobs. Plethora.
the same could be said for practically everywhere on (and off) the planet. :P
BOOBS in Space! It had to be said.

Here we go, from deviantart...

Boobs in Space by MurderShow72

MurderShow72 wrote:


This is a picture of Misaki from the anime series Divergence Eve. The series is also joking referred to as “Boobs in Space” for obvious reasons. The storyline of the series is crappy as hell but I like the way the character looks, especially the colors of her uniform, which really make her stand out. Plus, outrageously big boobs are always fun.

With boobs that big I really just can't imagen living on a day to day basis. What a pain in my back. :P

Sovereign Court

Jyu1ch1 wrote:
The Thing from Beyond the Edge wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
The Thing from Beyond the Edge wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Hm. This place needs more boobs. Lots of boobs. Plethora.
the same could be said for practically everywhere on (and off) the planet. :P
BOOBS in Space! It had to be said.

Here we go, from deviantart...

Boobs in Space by MurderShow72

MurderShow72 wrote:


This is a picture of Misaki from the anime series Divergence Eve. The series is also joking referred to as “Boobs in Space” for obvious reasons. The storyline of the series is crappy as hell but I like the way the character looks, especially the colors of her uniform, which really make her stand out. Plus, outrageously big boobs are always fun.

With boobs that big I really just can't imagen living on a day to day basis. What a pain in my back. :P

Hence why she lives in space? Zero gravity would help.

Liberty's Edge

Jyu1ch1 wrote:
The Thing from Beyond the Edge wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
The Thing from Beyond the Edge wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Hm. This place needs more boobs. Lots of boobs. Plethora.
the same could be said for practically everywhere on (and off) the planet. :P
BOOBS in Space! It had to be said.

Here we go, from deviantart...

Boobs in Space by MurderShow72

MurderShow72 wrote:


This is a picture of Misaki from the anime series Divergence Eve. The series is also joking referred to as “Boobs in Space” for obvious reasons. The storyline of the series is crappy as hell but I like the way the character looks, especially the colors of her uniform, which really make her stand out. Plus, outrageously big boobs are always fun.

With boobs that big I really just can't imagen living on a day to day basis. What a pain in my back. :P

Zero-G...


Jyu1ch1 wrote:
The Thing from Beyond the Edge wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
The Thing from Beyond the Edge wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Hm. This place needs more boobs. Lots of boobs. Plethora.
the same could be said for practically everywhere on (and off) the planet. :P
BOOBS in Space! It had to be said.

Here we go, from deviantart...

Boobs in Space by MurderShow72

MurderShow72 wrote:


This is a picture of Misaki from the anime series Divergence Eve. The series is also joking referred to as “Boobs in Space” for obvious reasons. The storyline of the series is crappy as hell but I like the way the character looks, especially the colors of her uniform, which really make her stand out. Plus, outrageously big boobs are always fun.

With boobs that big I really just can't imagen living on a day to day basis. What a pain in my back. :P

That is where the no weight in space (free-fall) comes in. Your back would be fine. :P

Scarab Sages

Mmmmmm....space boobs.

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber

Christmas break has begun! One work day left on Monday between now and the new year. Best of all, my son is going to start running a Curse of the Crimson Throne campaign for us. My Inquisitor of Sarenrae is ready to go.

The Exchange

Jess Door wrote:
Jyu1ch1 wrote:
The Thing from Beyond the Edge wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
The Thing from Beyond the Edge wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Hm. This place needs more boobs. Lots of boobs. Plethora.
the same could be said for practically everywhere on (and off) the planet. :P
BOOBS in Space! It had to be said.

Here we go, from deviantart...

Boobs in Space by MurderShow72

MurderShow72 wrote:


This is a picture of Misaki from the anime series Divergence Eve. The series is also joking referred to as “Boobs in Space” for obvious reasons. The storyline of the series is crappy as hell but I like the way the character looks, especially the colors of her uniform, which really make her stand out. Plus, outrageously big boobs are always fun.

With boobs that big I really just can't imagen living on a day to day basis. What a pain in my back. :P
Hence why she lives in space? Zero gravity would help.

A girl I went to school with had that body type as a senior and junior in Highschool. She did in fact suffer from back pain and is the only woman I know of to have had a breast reduction, to get her to a DD size cup. Ah Mickie, ah puberty.

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