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Pathfinder Legends Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber

Naked dialing on top!

RPG Superstar 2012

Tired badger is tired.

The interview went pretty well. I *think* I'll be getting an offer on Monday, which means my wife and I will have to figure out the logistics, and anther we really want to do this. One likely possibility is that my daughter and I move down to the Atlanta area while my wife and son stay in NC so we (OK...my wife) can sell the house and my son can finish his senior year of high school.

Weekend trips wouldn't be too bad...only 5 hours from ATL to GSO.

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Hi, Mairkurion.

By the way, if anything seems like delirious rambling, um, it probably is.


Pathfinder Legends Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber

Hey, bud. Don't worry: you've earned it!
Sounds like some good possibilities coming up. Maybe I should apply to the school in GA for the year following next where my friend teaches.
Geez, the boards are slow tonight. I spent several minutes trying to reply.

Scarab Sages

Moorluck wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
Because we are all so incredibly self centered that if you don't want to talk about it with me, then it must be about me. At least that's how a lot of our minds work.

Pathfinder Legends Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber

All these spoilers are making me paranoid. How will lazy people know what's being said about me?

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

Hey, bud. Don't worry: you've earned it!

Sounds like some good possibilities coming up. Maybe I should apply to the school in GA for the year following next where my friend teaches.
Geez, the boards are slow tonight. I spent several minutes trying to reply.

The site went into sleep mode for a bit. :)

That would be awfully cool if you ended up in Georgia.

The move also dramatically increases my chances of going back to DragonCon, which will make my daughter happy, since she's holding me to the promise I made about bringing her to a major con.

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
All these spoilers are making me paranoid. How will lazy people know what's being said about me?

I just make stuff up. My guesses are usually worse than the truth.

RPG Superstar 2012

Spoiler:
EXPLOSIVE MOONS!!!!!!

RPG Superstar 2012

Speaking of which, it's goodnight badger.

See you all tomorrow.


Pathfinder Legends Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber
taig wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
All these spoilers are making me paranoid. How will lazy people know what's being said about me?
I just make stuff up. My guesses are usually worse than the truth.

You know, that's just another thing I like about you -- your quaint ways of putting things. I mean, who else would say "my fondest wishes usually fall far short of the truth of your greatness" in that way?


Pathfinder Legends Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber

Good night, Dune Badger!


*blink*

Morning. Off to drop about $1K into my wife's car. funfunfun

*blink*

The Exchange

Mornin' Monkey

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Good night, Dune Badger!

The next Dune book should be Badger of Dune. :)

Scarab Sages

How does Blue's Clues make any sense? Blue talks in a mockery of squeaks. Yet the other animals talk, the mailbox talks, even the soap talks. Yet everyone accepts this as "normal".

Scarab Sages

Moff Rimmer wrote:
How does Blue's Clues make any sense? Blue talks in a mockery of squeaks. Yet the other animals talk, the mailbox talks, even the soap talks. Yet everyone accepts this as "normal".

And Steve is creepy.


Moff Rimmer wrote:
How does Blue's Clues make any sense? Blue talks in a mockery of squeaks. Yet the other animals talk, the mailbox talks, even the soap talks. Yet everyone accepts this as "normal".

I loved Blue's Clue's!!


Moorluck wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

I understood the concept just fine...


taig wrote:

Tired badger is tired.

The interview went pretty well. I *think* I'll be getting an offer on Monday, which means my wife and I will have to figure out the logistics, and anther we really want to do this. One likely possibility is that my daughter and I move down to the Atlanta area while my wife and son stay in NC so we (OK...my wife) can sell the house and my son can finish his senior year of high school.

Weekend trips wouldn't be too bad...only 5 hours from ATL to GSO.

Congrats on the interview! And good luck working out the logistics.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Naked dialing on top!

Not sure why, but I found this incredibly funny. :P


I truly HATE working Sat mornings! I want to be home, with my family. :S


Apparently I am alone. Ah well, I should be doing my paperwrk anyways.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Solnes wrote:

Apparently I am alone. Ah well, I should be doing my paperwrk anyways.

You're not alone...you're never alone!

Morning, Solnes!

The Exchange

Moff Rimmer wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
How does Blue's Clues make any sense? Blue talks in a mockery of squeaks. Yet the other animals talk, the mailbox talks, even the soap talks. Yet everyone accepts this as "normal".
And Steve is creepy.

Blue could talk just fine, until that night in the basement with Steve.... the things that sick-o did to that poor pup have scarred it for life.

So yeah, Steve is creepy.

The Exchange

Mornin' Paris, how're you feeling today?


Moff Rimmer wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
How does Blue's Clues make any sense? Blue talks in a mockery of squeaks. Yet the other animals talk, the mailbox talks, even the soap talks. Yet everyone accepts this as "normal".
And Steve is creepy.

BOW! BOW! BOW BOW BO-BO-BOW!*

*Translation: "I'm going to eat your face!"


Fiendish Blue wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
How does Blue's Clues make any sense? Blue talks in a mockery of squeaks. Yet the other animals talk, the mailbox talks, even the soap talks. Yet everyone accepts this as "normal".
And Steve is creepy.

BOW! BOW! BOW BOW BO-BO-BOW!*

*Translation: "I'm going to eat your face!"

Awwwwwww. He's so cuuuute.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Moorluck wrote:
Mornin' Paris, how're you feeling today?

I a little better. My wife and I were up kind of late. She got fixated on looking for apartments near the Everett Navy base. Regardless of what happens, it looks like I'll be living up there for some amount of time.

She's very action-oriented, as she puts it. Being able to do the research and put things together helps her cope.

We're trying very hard to look at the positive side of this, so we're focusing on the opportunity to get to know the area better to help us decide if we really do want to live there at the end of and after my Navy career.

The Exchange

Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Mornin' Paris, how're you feeling today?

I a little better. My wife and I were up kind of late. She got fixated on looking for apartments near the Everett Navy base. Regardless of what happens, it looks like I'll be living up there for some amount of time.

She's very action-oriented, as she puts it. Being able to do the research and put things together helps her cope.

We're trying very hard to look at the positive side of this, so we're focusing on the opportunity to get to know the area better to help us decide if we really do want to live there at the end of and after my Navy career.

If that is a place you would like to be after you muster out, then maybe the forced relocation would give you the op to set a foundation for a good life. And letting Uncle Sam keep you stable during what is normally an uncertain time is just a bonus.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Moorluck wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Mornin' Paris, how're you feeling today?

I a little better. My wife and I were up kind of late. She got fixated on looking for apartments near the Everett Navy base. Regardless of what happens, it looks like I'll be living up there for some amount of time.

She's very action-oriented, as she puts it. Being able to do the research and put things together helps her cope.

We're trying very hard to look at the positive side of this, so we're focusing on the opportunity to get to know the area better to help us decide if we really do want to live there at the end of and after my Navy career.

If that is a place you would like to be after you muster out, then maybe the forced relocation would give you the op to set a foundation for a good life. And letting Uncle Sam keep you stable during what is normally an uncertain time is just a bonus.

That's definitely a possibility. And we're certainly wonder if this isn't one of those huge SIGNS that life often gives us. We've always been fortunate in that respect.

- The timing of our move to Monterey was perfect, because it put us within immediate reach of the care our daughters needed when they were born.

- Our move to San Diego was not our first choice, but we grew to love it, here.

So, this move may be the exact right thing for us. Still, we can't help but wish for better timing.

As I said, I hate sounding like I'm whining about this. I know people make decisions like this on a regular basis, mostly for financial reasons. It sounds like Taig may be looking at a period of separation, too. I'm glad I can gripe out loud to you guys, though.


Pathfinder Legends Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber
Solnes wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Naked dialing on top!
Not sure why, but I found this incredibly funny. :P

It's like porn, but in a Country/Western snippet. There has to be a story around it.


Pathfinder Legends Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
You're not alone...you're never alone!

It's hard to chose, but that may be my favorite Sting album of all time.


Rusty the Poodle wrote:
Fiendish Blue wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
How does Blue's Clues make any sense? Blue talks in a mockery of squeaks. Yet the other animals talk, the mailbox talks, even the soap talks. Yet everyone accepts this as "normal".
And Steve is creepy.

BOW! BOW! BOW BOW BO-BO-BOW!*

*Translation: "I'm going to eat your face!"

Awwwwwww. He's so cuuuute.

BOW! BOW BOW BOW! BOW BOW BO-BO-BOW BO-BO-BOW BOW BOW BOW! BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW!*

*Translation: "Hey! I'm a girl! How come nobody remembers I'm a GIRL! You're next, poodle-boy!"

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
You're not alone...you're never alone!

It's hard to chose, but that may be my favorite Sting album of all time.

Excellent catch, my leafy friend!

Cigar?


Moorluck wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Mornin' Paris, how're you feeling today?

I a little better. My wife and I were up kind of late. She got fixated on looking for apartments near the Everett Navy base. Regardless of what happens, it looks like I'll be living up there for some amount of time.

She's very action-oriented, as she puts it. Being able to do the research and put things together helps her cope.

We're trying very hard to look at the positive side of this, so we're focusing on the opportunity to get to know the area better to help us decide if we really do want to live there at the end of and after my Navy career.

If that is a place you would like to be after you muster out, then maybe the forced relocation would give you the op to set a foundation for a good life. And letting Uncle Sam keep you stable during what is normally an uncertain time is just a bonus.

+1! :D

Scarab Sages

Watched some Walking Dead with baby Charlie last night. I think he liked it.

The Exchange

Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Mornin' Paris, how're you feeling today?

I a little better. My wife and I were up kind of late. She got fixated on looking for apartments near the Everett Navy base. Regardless of what happens, it looks like I'll be living up there for some amount of time.

She's very action-oriented, as she puts it. Being able to do the research and put things together helps her cope.

We're trying very hard to look at the positive side of this, so we're focusing on the opportunity to get to know the area better to help us decide if we really do want to live there at the end of and after my Navy career.

If that is a place you would like to be after you muster out, then maybe the forced relocation would give you the op to set a foundation for a good life. And letting Uncle Sam keep you stable during what is normally an uncertain time is just a bonus.

That's definitely a possibility. And we're certainly wonder if this isn't one of those huge SIGNS that life often gives us. We've always been fortunate in that respect.

- The timing of our move to Monterey was perfect, because it put us within immediate reach of the care our daughters needed when they were born.

- Our move to San Diego was not our first choice, but we grew to love it, here.

So, this move may be the exact right thing for us. Still, we can't help but wish for better timing.

As I said, I hate sounding like I'm whining about this. I know people make decisions like this on a regular basis, mostly for financial reasons. It sounds like Taig may be looking at a period of separation, too. I'm glad I can gripe out loud to you guys, though.

I know I couldn't go a week without Solnes, ask her I go crazy when she goes out of town. :/

The Exchange

Solnes wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Mornin' Paris, how're you feeling today?

I a little better. My wife and I were up kind of late. She got fixated on looking for apartments near the Everett Navy base. Regardless of what happens, it looks like I'll be living up there for some amount of time.

She's very action-oriented, as she puts it. Being able to do the research and put things together helps her cope.

We're trying very hard to look at the positive side of this, so we're focusing on the opportunity to get to know the area better to help us decide if we really do want to live there at the end of and after my Navy career.

If that is a place you would like to be after you muster out, then maybe the forced relocation would give you the op to set a foundation for a good life. And letting Uncle Sam keep you stable during what is normally an uncertain time is just a bonus.
+1! :D

Too busy to talk to me but Paizo is an option?


Pathfinder Legends Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber

Paris: Sounds good. You have an action-oriented wife, too, eh? My wife and I could be the subjects for Renaissance allegorical paintings of Contemplation and Action. It makes life interesting.

The Exchange

Aberzombie wrote:
Watched some Walking Dead with baby Charlie last night. I think he liked it.

Nice! I want to get that show on DVD.


Moorluck wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Mornin' Paris, how're you feeling today?

I a little better. My wife and I were up kind of late. She got fixated on looking for apartments near the Everett Navy base. Regardless of what happens, it looks like I'll be living up there for some amount of time.

She's very action-oriented, as she puts it. Being able to do the research and put things together helps her cope.

We're trying very hard to look at the positive side of this, so we're focusing on the opportunity to get to know the area better to help us decide if we really do want to live there at the end of and after my Navy career.

If that is a place you would like to be after you muster out, then maybe the forced relocation would give you the op to set a foundation for a good life. And letting Uncle Sam keep you stable during what is normally an uncertain time is just a bonus.

That's definitely a possibility. And we're certainly wonder if this isn't one of those huge SIGNS that life often gives us. We've always been fortunate in that respect.

- The timing of our move to Monterey was perfect, because it put us within immediate reach of the care our daughters needed when they were born.

- Our move to San Diego was not our first choice, but we grew to love it, here.

So, this move may be the exact right thing for us. Still, we can't help but wish for better timing.

As I said, I hate sounding like I'm whining about this. I know people make decisions like this on a regular basis, mostly for financial reasons. It sounds like Taig may be looking at a period of separation, too. I'm glad I can gripe out loud to you guys, though.

I know I couldn't go a week without Solnes, ask her I go crazy when she goes out of town. :/

:D I love that he loves me so much! :D


Pathfinder Legends Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
You're not alone...you're never alone!

It's hard to chose, but that may be my favorite Sting album of all time.

Excellent catch, my leafy friend!

Cigar?

I hope you sailor boys are able to get Cubans!


Moorluck wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
How does Blue's Clues make any sense? Blue talks in a mockery of squeaks. Yet the other animals talk, the mailbox talks, even the soap talks. Yet everyone accepts this as "normal".
And Steve is creepy.

Blue could talk just fine, until that night in the basement with Steve.... the things that sick-o did to that poor pup have scarred it for life.

So yeah, Steve is creepy.

BOW BOW BO-BOW BO BO-BOW. BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW. BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW BOW BO-BO-BOW BO-BO-BOW BO-BOW BO-BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW BOW. BOW BO-BO-BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW. BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW, BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BO-BO-BOW BO-BOW BO-BOW, BOW BOW?*

*Translation: "Steve is merely my puppet. The fool couldn't find his way out of a paper bag. I've been leaving clues to ultimate infernal power around his hovel for years. The idiot thinks it's some kind of game. I'd love to just rip his guts out, but the gates of Hell don't exactly open themselves, you know?"


Moorluck wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Mornin' Paris, how're you feeling today?

I a little better. My wife and I were up kind of late. She got fixated on looking for apartments near the Everett Navy base. Regardless of what happens, it looks like I'll be living up there for some amount of time.

She's very action-oriented, as she puts it. Being able to do the research and put things together helps her cope.

We're trying very hard to look at the positive side of this, so we're focusing on the opportunity to get to know the area better to help us decide if we really do want to live there at the end of and after my Navy career.

If that is a place you would like to be after you muster out, then maybe the forced relocation would give you the op to set a foundation for a good life. And letting Uncle Sam keep you stable during what is normally an uncertain time is just a bonus.
+1! :D
Too busy to talk to me but Paizo is an option?

Answer phone? :P


Fiendish Blue wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
How does Blue's Clues make any sense? Blue talks in a mockery of squeaks. Yet the other animals talk, the mailbox talks, even the soap talks. Yet everyone accepts this as "normal".
And Steve is creepy.

Blue could talk just fine, until that night in the basement with Steve.... the things that sick-o did to that poor pup have scarred it for life.

So yeah, Steve is creepy.

BOW BOW BO-BOW BO BO-BOW. BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW. BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW BOW BO-BO-BOW BO-BO-BOW BO-BOW BO-BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW BOW. BOW BO-BO-BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW. BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW, BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BO-BO-BOW BO-BOW BO-BOW, BOW BOW?*

*Translation: "Steve is merely my puppet. The fool couldn't find his way out of a paper bag. I've been leaving clues to ultimate infernal power around his hovel for years. The idiot thinks it's some kind of game. I'd love to just rip his guts out, but the gates of Hell don't exactly open themselves, you know?"

Creepy......

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Solnes wrote:
Fiendish Blue wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
How does Blue's Clues make any sense? Blue talks in a mockery of squeaks. Yet the other animals talk, the mailbox talks, even the soap talks. Yet everyone accepts this as "normal".
And Steve is creepy.

Blue could talk just fine, until that night in the basement with Steve.... the things that sick-o did to that poor pup have scarred it for life.

So yeah, Steve is creepy.

BOW BOW BO-BOW BO BO-BOW. BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW. BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW BOW BO-BO-BOW BO-BO-BOW BO-BOW BO-BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW BOW. BOW BO-BO-BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW. BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW, BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BO-BO-BOW BO-BOW BO-BOW, BOW BOW?*

*Translation: "Steve is merely my puppet. The fool couldn't find his way out of a paper bag. I've been leaving clues to ultimate infernal power around his hovel for years. The idiot thinks it's some kind of game. I'd love to just rip his guts out, but the gates of Hell don't exactly open themselves, you know?"

Creepy......

Too much?


R-RUFF RUFF RUFF-RUFF RUUF, R-RUFF-RUFF-RUFF!

Translation: I am Mairkurion's Loyal Mastiff, and I approve of this twisted interpretation.

The Exchange

Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Fiendish Blue wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
How does Blue's Clues make any sense? Blue talks in a mockery of squeaks. Yet the other animals talk, the mailbox talks, even the soap talks. Yet everyone accepts this as "normal".
And Steve is creepy.

Blue could talk just fine, until that night in the basement with Steve.... the things that sick-o did to that poor pup have scarred it for life.

So yeah, Steve is creepy.

BOW BOW BO-BOW BO BO-BOW. BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW. BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW BOW BO-BO-BOW BO-BO-BOW BO-BOW BO-BOW BOW BO-BOW BOW BOW. BOW BO-BO-BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW. BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW, BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BOW BO-BO-BOW BO-BOW BO-BOW, BOW BOW?*

*Translation: "Steve is merely my puppet. The fool couldn't find his way out of a paper bag. I've been leaving clues to ultimate infernal power around his hovel for years. The idiot thinks it's some kind of game. I'd love to just rip his guts out, but the gates of Hell don't exactly open themselves, you know?"

Creepy......
Too much?

Not hardly.


And who in the hal-ibut let the damn dogs in?!

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