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Liberty's Edge

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Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
But, Mal couldn't wup Han Solo. Kids these days.....no common sense.

Something tells me they wouldn't want to fight each other in the first place.

Liberty's Edge

Crimson Jester wrote:
Breakfast...past my bedtime.

Naked breakfast? I'm sure there's a William S. Burroughs joke in there somewhere.

The Exchange

The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Breakfast...past my bedtime.
Naked breakfast? I'm sure there's a William S. Burroughs joke in there somewhere.

I am sure there is. I always preferred Edgar R. myself.

Liberty's Edge

Crimson Jester wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Breakfast...past my bedtime.
Naked breakfast? I'm sure there's a William S. Burroughs joke in there somewhere.
I am sure there is. I always preferred Edgar R. myself.

As do I.


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*kicks his modem* Really bad timing to start acting all difficult, you know that?


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
But, Mal couldn't wup Han Solo. Kids these days.....no common sense.
Something tells me they wouldn't want to fight each other in the first place.

I think Han would pimp slap the teeth out of his head with that illegal gun of his quite by accident.


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Breakfast...past my bedtime.
Naked breakfast? I'm sure there's a William S. Burroughs joke in there somewhere.

I can think of at least two things wrong with that title...

Scarab Sages

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Good morning FAWTLY Folk! Happy Sunday! Glad to be back in Philly with the wife and kidlet. My boy is so awesome!

Scarab Sages

And now, it's almost time to go cut my poor lawn.


All dried up and shrivelled.

Your lawn I mean not your zombie body!

The Exchange

Awww... Time for the first Rappan Athuk meeting.

My first full blown campaign in years. Hope I don't screw anything up.

Silver Crusade

Morning all. What did I miss?

Silver Crusade

Thank you for the well wishes and positive waves.


*yawns*

Went on a walk. Thankfully, yesterday wasn't sign of early autumn, just unfortunate rainy day as today was nice, bit cloudy but warm without being hot. Ok, I might be struck by a errant droplet of rain or two but otherwise it was dry.

Shadow Lodge

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Wolfthulhu wrote:

Awww... Time for the first Rappan Athuk meeting.

My first full blown campaign in years. Hope I don't screw anything up.

Have fun and good luck!

Shadow Lodge

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*waves back to aeglos*

I came very, very close to flying to Frankfurt in August. Had the ticket purchased and everything. But work went crazy and I had to postpone my trip indefinitely.

So, fingers crossed, sometime between now and July 2013, I may be able in the neighborhood.

Scarab Sages

DSXMachina wrote:

All dried up and shrivelled.

Your lawn I mean not your zombie body!

On the contrary, it's robust and full of life (the lawn, not me). Perhaps a little too much. I was away for two weeks and it had grown about 3 inches or so. And it's been so humid here this summer (more so than normal) that it's hardly browned at all.

And, of course, while I was cutting it started to rain. Made clean up a b+&%%. I gotta stop pissing off hydrologists. The water is turning against me.

Grand Lodge

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Wolfthulhu wrote:

Awww... Time for the first Rappan Athuk meeting.

My first full blown campaign in years. Hope I don't screw anything up.

I just want you to know, we're all counting on you. Good luck.


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Aberzombie wrote:
The water is turning against me.

"Water is patient. Water just waits. It wears down the cliff tops, the mountains, the whole of the world. Water always wins."


TriOmegaZero wrote:
Wolfthulhu wrote:

Awww... Time for the first Rappan Athuk meeting.

My first full blown campaign in years. Hope I don't screw anything up.

I just want you to know, we're all counting on you. Good luck.

Oh... there will be blood.


MOrning?!? Again? ALready?

Didn't we just have one of those?!?

<Sigh> I need more coffee.


Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:

*waves back to aeglos*

I came very, very close to flying to Frankfurt in August. Had the ticket purchased and everything. But work went crazy and I had to postpone my trip indefinitely.

So, fingers crossed, sometime between now and July 2013, I may be able in the neighborhood.

almost Fawsome :-)

you will be welcome at any time in my house and I will gladly show you around,

the same of course goes to every other FaWtLy, COME VISIT ME IN GERMANY (should your inevitable visit be over may 10th 2013 you will of course be a guest of honour at our wedding


Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Ok - I did go back and read a little ways

As a Houston member of FAWTL, it is your duty to help spread and enhance the FAWTLiness of Houston! Snap to it!


aeglos wrote:

almost Fawsome :-)

you will be welcome at any time in my house and I will gladly show you around,

the same of course goes to every other FaWtLy, COME VISIT ME IN GERMANY (should your inevitable visit be over may 10th 2013 you will of course be a guest of honour at our wedding

Looks on his ID that allows him to travel anywhere within borders of EU.

I'll remember that.

EDIT: The chance of me going to Germany went down however, one and half year ago when my uncle died while working in Argentina. He was living in Alzey. His wife and children live there still, I think, but only one of his daughters remains in touch with my parents, mostly through skype and mails.

Scarab Sages

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Scintillae wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
The water is turning against me.
"Water is patient. Water just waits. It wears down the cliff tops, the mountains, the whole of the world. Water always wins."

Especially when it's superheated and becomes steam. Ouch!

Scarab Sages

Picked up a brick of the new minis set at my FLGS. One of the minis was missing. The base was there, but not the mini. Bums me out.

Still, I got a good haul. No repeats. Among those I got were a lamia & lamia matriarch, the stone giant leader Mokmurian, the young red dragon, an ogre, an ogre brute, Ameiko, and a goblin dog.


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"How times have changed! When I left my husband for a girl 17 years ago, the rotter divorced me for 'unreasonable behaviour'. As I pointed out at the time to my lawyer – the girl in question being a ravishing 25-year-old heiress – 'Look at her! It would have been unreasonable not to do it.'"

--Julie Burchill, in an op-ed piece that actually does have one or two more serious things to say, but in this thread I go for the funny.

Scarab Sages

Sadly, my FLGS has yet to receive the Rune Giants and Huge booster packs they were supposed to get. They did, however, promise to set aside a Rune Giant for me.


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Aberzombie wrote:
Picked up a brick of the new minis set at my FLGS. One of the minis was missing. The base was there, but not the mini. Bums me out.

Good damn it! You got the super-rare Invisible Stalker mini! I wanted that!


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The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Urizen wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Possible date with Girl #2 on Tuesday. Terrified.
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Spoiler:
That's a trump card 11 times out of 10 for me. I have limited tolerance and they would have to be seen off my lawn. :)

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Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

Too bad there's not some Firefly's around.

They give off Joss enough light.

SyFy channel is playing Serenity right now.

I can't watch t.v. any more. The internet took my attention span around the corner and showed it a picture of something truly horrid.

It never recovered.

Invoking rule 34 to increase the horrid factor.


Freehold DM wrote:
I find regional teas quite interesting. Moorluck does not consider tea tea unless it's cold and has a ton of sugar in it. One of my players in my Darklight Sisterhood game and Kingmaker game makes sweet tea herself in huge repurposed Poland Spring jugs. Tell me more of this...sun brewed tea.

Well, it's made on the back patio in Indiana and allowed to ferment in the humid weather that is the great lakes region. I'm still trying to chemically analyze the contents of this region's water. No quite there, but I'm getting close. The plastic containers are good at keeping the bugs away. Oh, the tears of the Sky gods too.

I've noticed some of the region's inhabitants screaming when they step outside to gauge the weather. "Something, something.., it's burns! something, something." Then they flee, er, go back inside. I have yet to see a case of chemical combustion on their part.


I found my thrill..,


...when I took Benadryl.


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Happy Labor Day to all you workers. Fear not, once I've finished my training program, I will be in the ranks of the employed again.


Time for a chicken sandwich.


Bird eating bird. That is..,

...unusual


Mini-Blitz?


Maybe.


My Skyrim game keeps crashing. So yes.


I took one of my old FR PbEM characters, Mililani Deccubus, and resurrected her on Skyrim.


Now she hurls spells and decapitates her opponents.


Now, she's happy high elf lass/Dragonborn or some such.


Time to eat a chicken sandwich, really!


1267 is my favorite number.


Crimson Jester wrote:
Lindisty wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
What a loss. I admit the first book is fairly childish but then again so is the Hobbit. As the characters grow (and the audience) so does the story mature. While it never reaches Lord of the Rings story levels it is not a bad series. Some of the movies were fairly good as well. Much better in fact than a lot of Hollywood films.
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Spoiler:
So I've been told. There are too many other books I actually WANT to read for me to feel any real need to pick those up, though.

Dang I feel tired.


BluePigeon wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I find regional teas quite interesting. Moorluck does not consider tea tea unless it's cold and has a ton of sugar in it. One of my players in my Darklight Sisterhood game and Kingmaker game makes sweet tea herself in huge repurposed Poland Spring jugs. Tell me more of this...sun brewed tea.

Well, it's made on the back patio in Indiana and allowed to ferment in the humid weather that is the great lakes region. I'm still trying to chemically analyze the contents of this region's water. No quite there, but I'm getting close. The plastic containers are good at keeping the bugs away. Oh, the tears of the Sky gods too.

I've noticed some of the region's inhabitants screaming when they step outside to gauge the weather. "Something, something.., it's burns! something, something." Then they flee, er, go back inside. I have yet to see a case of chemical combustion on their part.

Interesting...

I do know the water in NY results in awesome pizza though, that's about it.


You know what else is awesome?


<struts around like a rooster in the hen house>

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