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nekkid brain freeze for top?

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Naked confusion and fear....cool


*blink*

I officially hate winter. That is all

*blink*

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Patrick Curtin wrote:

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I officially hate winter. That is all

*blink*

Early March is the worst from when I was in Michigan. That's when it starts to feel like the cold and unpleasant weather is a personal insult. It's march! That's a spring month? What is this stupid ice and snow doing here?

Of course, now I"m in Houston. It is 76 degrees out today.

We had some clouds though, it's not all sunshine and rainbows.

Just mostly.

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So frakkin tired. :/


I swear I posted PIE in here twice. What the heck? Somethun' ain't raight.

Yep, I'ma watchin' True Grit.


Moorluck wrote:
So frakkin tired. :/

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Moorluck wrote:
So frakkin tired. :/

Amen to that.. :/

Monkey's day:

  • 330am: First alarm
  • 415am: hit shower
  • 5am: In car
  • 530am at work
  • *busybusybusy*
  • 1pm out of work
  • 130pm: check in on dad's house/hit bank/go to gym
  • 330pm Finish gym
  • 4pm: home-then to store to pick up vittles
  • 430: play with dogs
  • 5pm: Chop wood
  • 530 pm: play with daughter
  • 6pm: get pork loin and taters in oven
  • 630: get fire on/change over laundry
  • 650 pm: Ponder complicated PbP fight

Meh......

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
So frakkin tired. :/

Amen to that.. :/

Monkey's day:

  • 330am: First alarm
  • 415am: hit shower
  • 5am: In car
  • 530am at work
  • *busybusybusy*
  • 1pm out of work
  • 130pm: check in on dad's house/hit bank/go to gym
  • 330pm Finish gym
  • 4pm: home-then to store to pick up vittles
  • 430: play with dogs
  • 5pm: Chop wood
  • 530 pm: play with daughter
  • 6pm: get pork loin and taters in oven
  • 630: get fire on/change over laundry
  • 650 pm: Ponder complicated PbP fight

Meh......

You win, my day wasn't that busy. ;)

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Mairkurion Jr. wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
So frakkin tired. :/
** spoiler omitted **

Y'alls move. :P

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Hi all.

Planning brunch tomorrow with my sister and brother. Choices so far are French restaurant, family friendly village cafe, or MacDonalds breakfast. Hmmmm...


Go French, I say.

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Mothman wrote:

Hi all.

Planning brunch tomorrow with my sister and brother. Choices so far are French restaurant, family friendly village cafe, or MacDonalds breakfast. Hmmmm...

Go with the local family place. McD's isn't fit for human consumption, and a French place sounds to "formal" for a family meet up.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Go French, I say.

Especially if there are crepes. :)


lynora wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Go French, I say.
Especially if there are creeps. :)

Oh? We're invited?


Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Go French, I say.
Especially if there are creeps. :)
Oh? We're invited?

I guess so, but I think the trips a bit long. :)

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Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Go French, I say.
Especially if there are creeps. :)
Oh? We're invited?

Wanna carpool?

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lynora wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Go French, I say.
Especially if there are creeps. :)
Oh? We're invited?
I guess so, but I think the trips a bit long. :)

Nonsense! I'll have you know that The Bruiser is an ALL terrain vehicle.


Moorluck wrote:
Mothman wrote:

Hi all.

Planning brunch tomorrow with my sister and brother. Choices so far are French restaurant, family friendly village cafe, or MacDonalds breakfast. Hmmmm...

Go with the local family place. McD's isn't fit for human consumption, and a French place sounds to "formal" for a family meet up.

But what if you get the family to spring for it? ;-P

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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Mothman wrote:

Hi all.

Planning brunch tomorrow with my sister and brother. Choices so far are French restaurant, family friendly village cafe, or MacDonalds breakfast. Hmmmm...

Go with the local family place. McD's isn't fit for human consumption, and a French place sounds to "formal" for a family meet up.
But what if you get the family to spring for it? ;-P

I ever get my family to spring for it and I'm taking the wife back to The Library, the Beef Wellington was fantastic!..... uhm I mean... I like burgers. ;)


Moorluck wrote:
I ever get my family to spring for it and I'm taking the wife back to The Library, the Beef Wellington was fantastic!..... uhm I mean... I like burgers. ;)

The looks of that place alone calls to me.

Speaking of burgers, we went for my BinL's birthday to La Duni's last Sunday afternoon. I was planning on having something strictly Latin American, but then my eye fell on the Chori burger, page 3. When I saw the particular mixture of meat, I had to have it. And it was GOOD.

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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
I ever get my family to spring for it and I'm taking the wife back to The Library, the Beef Wellington was fantastic!..... uhm I mean... I like burgers. ;)

The looks of that place alone calls to me.

Speaking of burgers, we went for my BinL's birthday to La Duni's last Sunday afternoon. I was planning on having something strictly Latin American, but then my eye fell on the Chori burger, page 3. When I saw the particular mixture of meat, I had to have it. And it was GOOD.

It was one of the best dates we ever had, I mean the food, the atmosphere, everything was perfect, and you would appreciate the Wine Menu, 110 choices.

That does look good, a little fancier than I tend to go for but I'd give it a shot.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Evening, FAWTLies.

Well, I'm dealing with some suckage at the moment. I just received notification that the staff to which I'm currently assigned is likely to be relocated by the end of the year.

I took these orders so that my family could stay in San Diego for another few years, allowing my daughters to at least finish 6th grade at their current school.

In order to prevent my family from moving, I'll either have to find a way to get out of my orders early or put up with about 18 months of separation (with only occasional visits on weekends and holidays).

An additional complication is that the move would be to Everett, Washingtion, which has obvious benefits for me and is a place we've considered moving to at the end of my Navy career. With those factors it's a situation where the move could potentially be great, if it weren't for the crappy timing.

We'll make things work, no matter what, but I certainly wish things would stabilize for us. It seems like, just when things start to look really good, the Universe decides to remind us that we're not really in charge and that we haven't really figured out the whole plan, yet.

In other news, one of my daughters will be going through the battery of neurological tests in a couple of weeks to confirm a diagnosis of complex ADHD, with the potential for prescriptions to follow. Fun.

Overall, not a great day for this copper dragon.

Helen and I will be flying to Vienna, Austria on Monday, so hopefully the time away will give us an opportunity to put things into perspective. (Thank goodness for my parents, who are visiting and will be taking care of the girls and the house while we're away.)

I hope everyone else is having a good start to the weekend.

The Exchange

That's some dark clouds Paris. I know there is little, nothing really, that I can say to help. But we're here for you cuz, and you'll be in our prayers.


Moorluck wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Mothman wrote:

Hi all.

Planning brunch tomorrow with my sister and brother. Choices so far are French restaurant, family friendly village cafe, or MacDonalds breakfast. Hmmmm...

Go with the local family place. McD's isn't fit for human consumption, and a French place sounds to "formal" for a family meet up.
But what if you get the family to spring for it? ;-P
I ever get my family to spring for it and I'm taking the wife back to The Library, the Beef Wellington was fantastic!..... uhm I mean... I like burgers. ;)

Looks like an awfully nice place. :)


Paris Crenshaw wrote:

Evening, FAWTLies.

Well, I'm dealing with some suckage at the moment. I just received notification that the staff to which I'm currently assigned is likely to be relocated by the end of the year.

I took these orders so that my family could stay in San Diego for another few years, allowing my daughters to at least finish 6th grade at their current school.

In order to prevent my family from moving, I'll either have to find a way to get out of my orders early or put up with about 18 months of separation (with only occasional visits on weekends and holidays).

An additional complication is that the move would be to Everett, Washingtion, which has obvious benefits for me and is a place we've considered moving to at the end of my Navy career. With those factors it's a situation where the move could potentially be great, if it weren't for the crappy timing.

We'll make things work, no matter what, but I certainly wish things would stabilize for us. It seems like, just when things start to look really good, the Universe decides to remind us that we're not really in charge and that we haven't really figured out the whole plan, yet.

In other news, one of my daughters will be going through the battery of neurological tests in a couple of weeks to confirm a diagnosis of complex ADHD, with the potential for prescriptions to follow. Fun.

Overall, not a great day for this copper dragon.

Helen and I will be flying to Vienna, Austria on Monday, so hopefully the time away will give us an opportunity to put things into perspective. (Thank goodness for my parents, who are visiting and will be taking care of the girls and the house while we're away.)

I hope everyone else is having a good start to the weekend.

:(

Sorry about the crappy timing and good luck getting everything sorted as best you can.

And good luck with the testing and potential medication for your daughter.

And (((hugs)))

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Moorluck wrote:
That's some dark clouds Paris. I know there is little, nothing really, that I can say to help. But we're here for you cuz, and you'll be in our prayers.

Thanks, Cuz. I know others have far worse issues to deal with, but the news about the possible move was a pretty significant shock. Still kind of reeling, actually.

Like I said...there are some real positives that go with the possible move. I'd love to live closer to "Paizo-land" and other friends in the Seattle area...I just don't want to have to be separated from my wife and daughters to do it.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

lynora wrote:

:(

Sorry about the crappy timing and good luck getting everything sorted as best you can.

And good luck with the testing and potential medication for your daughter.

And (((hugs)))

Thanks, Lynora. I know your daily struggles make mine look like a walk in the park. (((hugs))) back at you.


Paris Crenshaw wrote:
lynora wrote:

:(

Sorry about the crappy timing and good luck getting everything sorted as best you can.

And good luck with the testing and potential medication for your daughter.

And (((hugs)))

Thanks, Lynora. I know your daily struggles make mine look like a walk in the park. (((hugs))) back at you.

*pshaw* It's not a contest. :)

I do wish you well as you try to figure things out. I know it's really hard being away from your family.


aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaugh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

That is all.

Carry on.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

I am going to have to try this sometime

I have wanted some Japanese miso cooked saba for the longest time...can't find it in Japanese restaurants, they just have sushi, sashimi and tempura. Which is okay, but I want some Japanese home cookin!


Paris: I'm sorry. Hope something works out for the better.

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Paris Crenshaw wrote:

Evening, FAWTLies.

Well, I'm dealing with some suckage at the moment. I just received notification that the staff to which I'm currently assigned is likely to be relocated by the end of the year.

I took these orders so that my family could stay in San Diego for another few years, allowing my daughters to at least finish 6th grade at their current school.

In order to prevent my family from moving, I'll either have to find a way to get out of my orders early or put up with about 18 months of separation (with only occasional visits on weekends and holidays).

An additional complication is that the move would be to Everett, Washingtion, which has obvious benefits for me and is a place we've considered moving to at the end of my Navy career. With those factors it's a situation where the move could potentially be great, if it weren't for the crappy timing.

We'll make things work, no matter what, but I certainly wish things would stabilize for us. It seems like, just when things start to look really good, the Universe decides to remind us that we're not really in charge and that we haven't really figured out the whole plan, yet.

In other news, one of my daughters will be going through the battery of neurological tests in a couple of weeks to confirm a diagnosis of complex ADHD, with the potential for prescriptions to follow. Fun.

Overall, not a great day for this copper dragon.

Helen and I will be flying to Vienna, Austria on Monday, so hopefully the time away will give us an opportunity to put things into perspective. (Thank goodness for my parents, who are visiting and will be taking care of the girls and the house while we're away.)

I hope everyone else is having a good start to the weekend.

You never know about timing, sometimes it looks bad, and ends up better then you ever thought it would. Good Luck.

Vienna, Man I am jealous.

The Exchange

Jess Door wrote:

I am going to have to try this sometime

I have wanted some Japanese miso cooked saba for the longest time...can't find it in Japanese restaurants, they just have sushi, sashimi and tempura. Which is okay, but I want some Japanese home cookin!

Yummy.

The Exchange

Spoiler:
What is so hard to understand about "I don't want to talk about it."?


Moorluck wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:

I don't friggin know, man. I just don't friggin know. :/
(Apparently my desire to not talk about things like feelings is one of my less feminine qualities. Or one of those qualities I share in common with my son along with extreme literal mindedness.)


Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:

Helen and I will be flying to Vienna, Austria on Monday, so hopefully the time away will give us an opportunity to put things into perspective. (Thank goodness for my parents, who are visiting and will be taking care of the girls and the house while we're away.)

I hope everyone else is having a good start to the weekend.

You never know about timing, sometimes it looks bad, and ends up better then you ever thought it would. Good Luck.

Vienna, Man I am jealous.

You know what, I have been continuing to ponder Paris' situation, and something has become clear to me: With all this happening in your life, Paris, this is the WRONG time for you guys to pick up and leave the country. Out of consideration for your family's well-being, I've talked to my wife, and we have agreed that we're willing to take your trip for you, so you guys can stay home and work things out. We're here for ya, man. Fawtlies taking care of Fawtlies, that's what it's all about.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Crimson Jester wrote:

You never know about timing, sometimes it looks bad, and ends up better then you ever thought it would. Good Luck.

Vienna, Man I am jealous.

I know. Overall, I'm still a very fortunate person.

Frankly, I have learned many times during my life that the things I *want* are not exactly the things I *need*...and I typically learn that because what I *need* is what I end up *getting*.

This situation will work out for the best...it's just the upheaval that I'd rather not deal with. As a reader of Tarot, I would consider this situation to fall under the Tower card ("catastrophe" that makes way for new creation).

As I said, Helen and I actually *want* to live in the Seattle area...We just aren't ready to move the whole family there, yet.

As for Vienna...I'm very lucky. My wife has been wanting to show me her old stomping grounds since we met. (She lived there for almost 6 years.) This is the first time in 12 years that we've had the opportunity. If I'm REALLY lucky, I might even get the opportunity to go over to Budapest for a day trip, too.


I hope I didn't miss anything. Hmm...if you don't want to talk...


RAH!!!

Dark Archive

Sorry just got home. Trying to catch up on tv. need to watch supernatural and smallville.


Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Sorry just got home. Trying to catch up on tv. need to watch supernatural and smallville.

I feel like your work is getting in the way of your posting, painting minis, and reading my brilliant stuff. That can't be good for you.

No, I have been watching constant reels of Charlie Sheen's interviews. Why do you ask?


Moorluck wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:

My guess is that lack of understanding is not so much the problem as one person wanting to talk about it as much as the other wants to not talk about it being the problem. :)

But, it's just a thought.

RPG Superstar 2012

The Jade wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Okay, teaching this morning made me more grumpy. I think I need a late morning/pre-lunch nap. Freakin take school seriously, people.
School is serious?? I thought at that age it was all about how many beers you can drink before you puke?
People seem to take school a lot more seriously when they have to pay for it themselves.

That was my general observation.


Cooking two+ gallons of potato soup AND doing laundry after midnight. I am way too industrious this Friday evening. Hopefully someone will be able to bring a sandwich maker to the FLGS tomorrow and then we can have grilled ham and cheese sammiches to go with the soup. MMMMmmmMMM.

RPG Superstar 2012

Studpuffin wrote:
Piano Man is by far the most overplayed and overrated song of all time. GET OFF MY LAWN BILLY JOEL!

I thought we were all in the mood for a melody...

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Raistlin745 wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Raistlin745 wrote:
ZombiePuffin wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
I'd keep the hood pulled down if I were you, Raistlin. SP might peck your eyes. You know how birds are with shiny objects.
Mmm, eyeballs.
Mmm Burning hands raosted birds hehehe.
I'm immune to attacks from people who like Dragonlance.

There are people who like Dragonlance?

I liked the first few books

I have to be honest I pretty much just stuck with the first 6 to 9 books myself. You can surely guess who my favorite character is.

I know! I know!

Tika! Right?

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Paris, sorry to hear about your news. I hope the move, if it happens, works out for you.

Moorluck, use AT&T. By the time the person receives your message, the whole point will be moot.


taig wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Piano Man is by far the most overplayed and overrated song of all time. GET OFF MY LAWN BILLY JOEL!
I thought we were all in the mood for a melody...

That would have had me feeling all right.


taig wrote:

Paris, sorry to hear about your news. I hope the move, if it happens, works out for you.

Moorluck, use AT&T. By the time the person receives your message, the whole point will be moot.

AT&T is like the Facebook of phone companies.

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