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Shadow Lodge

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Maybe because he should put on some pants.


Freehold our puddings are either Yorkshires (batter-mix) or Black Puddings (blood puddings) and both are lovely with bacon or beef. So be glad to have you over :)


Why is is that I have problems with falling asleep at night and wake up so early after 6 hours of sleep or less but when I want to get nap in the middle of the day I fall asleep easily and sleep for hour or two and weak up groggy and dizzy? Why can I just fall asleep normally at night and sleep for eight hours and don't need napping? :/


Drejk wrote:
Why is is that I have problems with falling asleep at night and wake up so early after 6 hours of sleep or less but when I want to get nap in the middle of the day I fall asleep easily and sleep for hour or two and weak up groggy and dizzy? Why can I just fall asleep normally at night and sleep for eight hours and don't need napping? :/

Ooo! This! +1

I can NOT do naps. Period. Doesn't matter how much sleep I've had. (Of course, if I had enough sleep I wouldn't be wanting a nap!) ;P

No matter how long/short the nap, I'm groggy the rest of the day! :(


Freehold DM wrote:
Praytell, who is this man, Urizen? PM me the info if you dont' want to share his name on the boards. I *may* know him...

He's not shy about his identity. I don't think he has a presence on Paizo, though.

Spoiler:

Joshua Ferraiuolo. According to his bio, he's from Brooklyn.

Scarab Sages

Celestial Healer wrote:
I woke up to the smell of bacon Sunday morning, and then for dinner there was bacon-wrapped chicken on the grill and bacon-wrapped smoke pork. I love these people.

MMmmmmmm.......


Ragadolf wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Why is is that I have problems with falling asleep at night and wake up so early after 6 hours of sleep or less but when I want to get nap in the middle of the day I fall asleep easily and sleep for hour or two and weak up groggy and dizzy? Why can I just fall asleep normally at night and sleep for eight hours and don't need napping? :/

Ooo! This! +1

I can NOT do naps. Period. Doesn't matter how much sleep I've had. (Of course, if I had enough sleep I wouldn't be wanting a nap!) ;P

No matter how long/short the nap, I'm groggy the rest of the day! :(

Groggines usually wears off in hour or two after waking up. I read that naps up to 30 minutes in the middle of the day are good for you but I can't do so short naps without setting the alarm first. And being awakened from sleep always make me groggy and dizzy, even if it was 15 minutes. Awaken me after seven and half hour of sleep and I will sleep for two to three more hours given the possibility while without such awakening I would get up much faster.


Drejk wrote:
Why is is that I have problems with falling asleep at night and wake up so early after 6 hours of sleep or less but when I want to get nap in the middle of the day I fall asleep easily and sleep for hour or two and weak up groggy and dizzy? Why can I just fall asleep normally at night and sleep for eight hours and don't need napping? :/

Your symptoms remind me of a friend I once had. Last I heard he had become a mind-controlled drone of a shadowy organization based out of a hidden facility in the heart of a Nebraskan corn field.

You may want to check the back of your neck for scar tissue and implants.


Conspiracy Buff wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Why is is that I have problems with falling asleep at night and wake up so early after 6 hours of sleep or less but when I want to get nap in the middle of the day I fall asleep easily and sleep for hour or two and weak up groggy and dizzy? Why can I just fall asleep normally at night and sleep for eight hours and don't need napping? :/

Your symptoms remind me of a friend I once had. Last I heard he had become a mind-controlled drone of a shadowy organization based out of a hidden facility in the heart of a Nebraskan corn field.

You may want to check the back of your neck for scar tissue and implants.

IGNORE THE FEARMONGER. CONTINUE ABOUT YOUR DAILY TASKS.

Scarab Sages

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Celestial Healer wrote:
Morning, all. What did I miss?

Well, Patrick arrived for work only to discover that someone had broken into the facility during the night and arranged all the left-over muffins to read "Soylent Green is People". Meanwhile, Max's out of town visit took a turn for the bizarre when his car was surrounded by a dozen feral cows and he had to be rescued by the local fire department. And, across town, Scott returned home from 2 weeks abroad, only to discover that several clowns had.....No, wait! That's my soap opera!


One-Of-Many wrote:
Conspiracy Buff wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Why is is that I have problems with falling asleep at night and wake up so early after 6 hours of sleep or less but when I want to get nap in the middle of the day I fall asleep easily and sleep for hour or two and weak up groggy and dizzy? Why can I just fall asleep normally at night and sleep for eight hours and don't need napping? :/

Your symptoms remind me of a friend I once had. Last I heard he had become a mind-controlled drone of a shadowy organization based out of a hidden facility in the heart of a Nebraskan corn field.

You may want to check the back of your neck for scar tissue and implants.

IGNORE THE FEARMONGER. CONTINUE ABOUT YOUR DAILY TASKS.

SOYLENT GREEN IS PEOPLE! SOYLENT GREEN IS PEOPLE!


Aberzombie wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Morning, all. What did I miss?
Well, Patrick arrived for work at 255 am only to discover that hundreds of tourists had mobbed the facility during Laybah Day and Eaten every last GD thing in the place, forcing the poor monkey to work twice as hard replenishing the sugary goodness.

FIFY


Urizen wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Praytell, who is this man, Urizen? PM me the info if you dont' want to share his name on the boards. I *may* know him...

He's not shy about his identity. I don't think he has a presence on Paizo, though.

** spoiler omitted **

never let heard of him. He sounds interesting, naturally. Maybe I met him at BRONYCON and didn't know.


Okay, black pudding chub just made the list of potential porn star names.

DSXMachina wrote:
Freehold our puddings are either Yorkshires (batter-mix) or Black Puddings (blood puddings) and both are lovely with bacon or beef. So be glad to have you over :)


hi everyone

busy days here

the next three evenings Sabine will go Wedding Dress Hunting with her mum and Granny


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aeglos wrote:

hi everyone

busy days here

the next three evenings Sabine will go Wedding Dress Hunting with her mum and Granny

Why did I have this vision of Sabine and her mum and granny dressed in hunting clothing scouring the wilds for an elusive wedding dress to catch?


Patrick Curtin wrote:
aeglos wrote:

hi everyone

busy days here

the next three evenings Sabine will go Wedding Dress Hunting with her mum and Granny

Why did I have this vision of Sabine and her mum and granny dressed in hunting clothing scouring the wilds for an elusive wedding dress to catch?

Do not stand between woman and her wedding dress if you value integrity of your life, your body parts and your mental health.

Shadow Lodge

Patrick Curtin wrote:
Why did I have this vision of Sabine and her mum and granny dressed in hunting clothing scouring the wilds for an elusive wedding dress to catch?

Because you are a very sick man. Luckily, we have the power to help. Just step this way please...


Drejk wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
aeglos wrote:

hi everyone

busy days here

the next three evenings Sabine will go Wedding Dress Hunting with her mum and Granny

Why did I have this vision of Sabine and her mum and granny dressed in hunting clothing scouring the wilds for an elusive wedding dress to catch?
Do not stand between woman and her wedding dress if you value integrity of your life, your body parts and your mental health.

Amen brother!

(The only thing that comes even remotely close is getting between me and my fresh-off-the-grill-meat-of-the-day!) ;P

Pat! I had no idea you were a purveyor of fresh-baked sugary goodness! ;D

Wait, were you replenishing as in baking? Or as in 'had to go buy more'?
;(


Trapped in the bowels of the Social Security Administration. Send food and water and strippers. Especially the later.


Ragadolf wrote:

Pat! I had no idea you were a purveyor of fresh-baked sugary goodness! ;D

Wait, were you replenishing as in baking? Or as in 'had to go buy more'?
;(

Oh no. I don't get up at 1:30 am every morning because I enjoy beating the Army to work. I am a baker. In many different meanings of the word. I have been working as such ever since the Great Recession when my sales job evaporated (which was a blessing- I hated sales). I'd prefer to work a bit later, but recent events with the [redacted for expletives and rants about government 'healthcare'] nursing my daughter receives means that I have to be home to play nurse when my wife goes to work. On the plus side, it gives me a lot more time to update my PbPs (as I'm sure you have noticed).


Ragadolf wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
aeglos wrote:

hi everyone

busy days here

the next three evenings Sabine will go Wedding Dress Hunting with her mum and Granny

Why did I have this vision of Sabine and her mum and granny dressed in hunting clothing scouring the wilds for an elusive wedding dress to catch?
Do not stand between woman and her wedding dress if you value integrity of your life, your body parts and your mental health.

Amen brother!

(The only thing that comes even remotely close is getting between me and my fresh-off-the-grill-meat-of-the-day!) ;P

gigglesnort


BluePigeon wrote:
Trapped in the bowels of the Social Security Administration. Send food and water and strippers. Especially the later.

Strippers wont go to the SSA. They have standards ;)


Patrick Curtin wrote:
aeglos wrote:

hi everyone

busy days here

the next three evenings Sabine will go Wedding Dress Hunting with her mum and Granny

Why did I have this vision of Sabine and her mum and granny dressed in hunting clothing scouring the wilds for an elusive wedding dress to catch?

hi hi

in any case her grandma will stir up the shop, directing everyone, conduting with her walking stick and get saleswomen and family members running to do her bidding, enthroned in the best chair in the house
:-)

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber

This is only right and proper for the matriarch of the family, after all.


Freehold DM wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Praytell, who is this man, Urizen? PM me the info if you dont' want to share his name on the boards. I *may* know him...

He's not shy about his identity. I don't think he has a presence on Paizo, though.

** spoiler omitted **

never let heard of him. He sounds interesting, naturally. Maybe I met him at BRONYCON and didn't know.

Perhaps! I'm friends with him on Facebook. I can point you in his direction with an introduction and see if he can field a MLP:FIM session so he can better finesse the game he wants to publish. It's simple. Four pages of rules...

... Oh wait. What's that you're drinking?

<rolls eyes>


Patrick Curtin wrote:
I am a baker. In many different meanings of the word.

That Bolshevik Gobbo is likely the bad influence. Didn't your parents tell you what kind of kids you should be playing with?


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Urizen wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
I am a baker. In many different meanings of the word.
That Bolshevik Gobbo is likely the bad influence. Didn't your parents tell you what kind of kids you should be playing with?

Please. Aside from a five-year period of abstinence due to the conditions of military employment, I have been an afficianado since the mid-Eighties. I still hold that alcohol is a much more dangerous and debilitating pasttime, only getting societal approval through tradition.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
I am a baker. In many different meanings of the word.
That Bolshevik Gobbo is likely the bad influence. Didn't your parents tell you what kind of kids you should be playing with?
Please. Aside from a five-year period of abstinence due to the conditions of military employment, I have been an afficianado since the mid-Eighties. I still hold that alcohol is a much more dangerous and debilitating pasttime, only getting societal approval through tradition.

I joked about it for a long time inferring that you did by treating it as a running joke, but I believe this may have been the first clear cut admission that clarifies it. Of course, I may have very well been obtuse all the other times not picking up the nuances.


Urizen wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
I am a baker. In many different meanings of the word.
That Bolshevik Gobbo is likely the bad influence. Didn't your parents tell you what kind of kids you should be playing with?
Please. Aside from a five-year period of abstinence due to the conditions of military employment, I have been an afficianado since the mid-Eighties. I still hold that alcohol is a much more dangerous and debilitating pasttime, only getting societal approval through tradition.
I joked about it for a long time inferring that you did by treating it as a running joke, but I believe this may have been the first clear cut admission that clarifies it. Of course, I may have very well been obtuse all the other times not picking up the nuances.

Obviously, I prefer to dance around the subject in a public forum due to its sensitivity. But I am not ashamed of it. I am also happy that, while my state has many flaws, it does have a progressive take on the laws pertaining to my pasttime.


Jess Door wrote:
This is only right and proper for the matriarch of the family, after all.

that she is indeed


Patrick Curtin wrote:
I am also happy that, while my state has many flaws, it does have a progressive toke on the laws pertaining to my pasttime.

FIFY. :)

Shadow Lodge

Patrick Curtin wrote:
I still hold that alcohol is a much more dangerous and debilitating pasttime, only getting societal approval through tradition.

While I don't partake, I definitely agree that there's no sense in keeping 95% or so of drugs illegal when alcohol is okay for anyone over 21.


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I think the drinking age should be 18. You'll have hundreds fewer stupid drinking charges because the kiddos won't be underage drinking for the first time when they're off at college and away from the parents for the first time; they'll do it when they're theoretically home, in high school, and minors who can afford that first stupid mistake. Plus all that lovely tax revenue off all the increased volumes of legally purchased goods...

Yeah, I don't drink.


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Orthos wrote:
Lindisty wrote:
And I will never understand the perverse part of my psyche that makes me want to react more to people being Wrong on the Internet when I'm short on sleep. I KNOW my judgment is questionable and my ability to be tactful is virtually nonexistent when I'm this tired, so why do I always want to go pick fights with idiots online at these times?
That's pretty much the reason, I think. Your judgement is questionable, therefore you fail to stop yourself from getting involved in arguments with people. (Insert "stupid" at appropriate place in the sentence of your choice.)

Well, yes.

On the other hand, coming here and venting about the desire seemed to stop me from actually going and starting fights, though, so that's a good thing. :) (Of course, the fact that work's been walloping me with the Stick of Busy-ness today also helped.)

Freehold DM wrote:
good luck ignoring the trolls, Lindisty. Remember, it's rarely worth arguing about.

So far, so good. :) (There is a fairly sizable set issues that I feel pretty strongly ARE worth arguing about, but I try to restrict those arguments to times and places where they actually matter. A gaming forum-- and the internet in general-- is not a venue in which social justice arguments are likely to matter in the least.)

On a completely unrelated and probably TMI note:
One of the downsides to losing 45 lbs over the last 8 months is that none of my bras fit any more, so I've had discomfort added to my general grumpiness today. I'm a saint for resisting the urge to tell people how WRONG they are on the Internet, I tell you!

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber
Lindisty wrote:


** spoiler omitted **

Gratz and stuff! It's a great feeling, but yeah, constantly buying clothes can get really old and tough on the ol' checkbook. :/

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure, Rulebook Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber

My wife can sympathize Lindisty.


Urizen wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Praytell, who is this man, Urizen? PM me the info if you dont' want to share his name on the boards. I *may* know him...

He's not shy about his identity. I don't think he has a presence on Paizo, though.

** spoiler omitted **

never let heard of him. He sounds interesting, naturally. Maybe I met him at BRONYCON and didn't know.

Perhaps! I'm friends with him on Facebook. I can point you in his direction with an introduction and see if he can field a MLP:FIM session so he can better finesse the game he wants to publish. It's simple. Four pages of rules...

... Oh wait. What's that you're drinking?

<rolls eyes>

Why pure, delicious Haterade (tm) of course! I wouldn't drink anything else. That said, if you would like, please send him my email or better yet, invite him to the messageboards so he can enjoy the ponyfinder and brony threads; either would be fawsome!


Scintillae wrote:

I think the drinking age should be 18. You'll have hundreds fewer stupid drinking charges because the kiddos won't be underage drinking for the first time when they're off at college and away from the parents for the first time; they'll do it when they're theoretically home, in high school, and minors who can afford that first stupid mistake. Plus all that lovely tax revenue off all the increased volumes of legally purchased goods...

Yeah, I don't drink.

I was in college for my 18th birthday.


Spoiler:
congrats on the weight loss! Please feel free to write off any clothing purchases for tax/Spokesmodel reasons
Lindisty wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Lindisty wrote:
And I will never understand the perverse part of my psyche that makes me want to react more to people being Wrong on the Internet when I'm short on sleep. I KNOW my judgment is questionable and my ability to be tactful is virtually nonexistent when I'm this tired, so why do I always want to go pick fights with idiots online at these times?
That's pretty much the reason, I think. Your judgement is questionable, therefore you fail to stop yourself from getting involved in arguments with people. (Insert "stupid" at appropriate place in the sentence of your choice.)

Well, yes.

On the other hand, coming here and venting about the desire seemed to stop me from actually going and starting fights, though, so that's a good thing. :) (Of course, the fact that work's been walloping me with the Stick of Busy-ness today also helped.)

Freehold DM wrote:
good luck ignoring the trolls, Lindisty. Remember, it's rarely worth arguing about.

So far, so good. :) (There is a fairly sizable set issues that I feel pretty strongly ARE worth arguing about, but I try to restrict those arguments to times and places where they actually matter. A gaming forum-- and the internet in general-- is not a venue in which social justice arguments are likely to matter in the least.)

** spoiler omitted **


Scintillae wrote:

I think the drinking age should be 18. You'll have hundreds fewer stupid drinking charges because the kiddos won't be underage drinking for the first time when they're off at college and away from the parents for the first time; they'll do it when they're theoretically home, in high school, and minors who can afford that first stupid mistake. Plus all that lovely tax revenue off all the increased volumes of legally purchased goods...

Yeah, I don't drink.

I like the way you think. If only you knew the power of the hatin' side...


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Trombonists.

The Exchange

doctor_wu wrote:
Scintillae wrote:

I think the drinking age should be 18. You'll have hundreds fewer stupid drinking charges because the kiddos won't be underage drinking for the first time when they're off at college and away from the parents for the first time; they'll do it when they're theoretically home, in high school, and minors who can afford that first stupid mistake. Plus all that lovely tax revenue off all the increased volumes of legally purchased goods...

Yeah, I don't drink.

I was in college for my 18th birthday.

I was some unknown number of miles out to sea for my 21st birthday.

Scarab Sages

Mrgh.


FYI to my PBPers. Things were slowing to a crawl, so I fast forwarded the group back to the tavern. Check it out.

Silver Crusade

Zombie, did I ever tell you my mom had one of these Jello molds when I was growing up? Strawberry jello with whipped cream mixed gets just the right color.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber
Celestial Healer wrote:
Zombie, did I ever tell you my mom had one of these Jello molds when I was growing up? Strawberry jello with whipped cream mixed gets just the right color.

I need one of those for this year's Halloween party.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Zombie, did I ever tell you my mom had one of these Jello molds when I was growing up? Strawberry jello with whipped cream mixed gets just the right color.

Dude, that's FAWESOME.

Gotta do that for halloween this year.

Speaking of, what are you doing for Halloween this year? Cuz I'm probably going to the parade, but what are you doing? Maybe we can hang out with Tequila.

OOH! Tequila, I got Kingmaker Saturday this Saturday, just in case you see this!!! Let me see if I'm working this upcoming Friday, maybe we can do drinks if I'm not working.

Silver Crusade

Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Zombie, did I ever tell you my mom had one of these Jello molds when I was growing up? Strawberry jello with whipped cream mixed gets just the right color.

Dude, that's FAWESOME.

Gotta do that for halloween this year.

Speaking of, what are you doing for Halloween this year? Cuz I'm probably going to the parade, but what are you doing? Maybe we can hang out with Tequila.

OOH! Tequila, I got Kingmaker Saturday this Saturday, just in case you see this!!! Let me see if I'm working this upcoming Friday, maybe we can do drinks if I'm not working.

No idea. I want to get into the city sometime soon, though! We've got to get together, and there's no reason we need to wait until Oct 31 to do it.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Zombie, did I ever tell you my mom had one of these Jello molds when I was growing up? Strawberry jello with whipped cream mixed gets just the right color.

Dude, that's FAWESOME.

Gotta do that for halloween this year.

Speaking of, what are you doing for Halloween this year? Cuz I'm probably going to the parade, but what are you doing? Maybe we can hang out with Tequila.

OOH! Tequila, I got Kingmaker Saturday this Saturday, just in case you see this!!! Let me see if I'm working this upcoming Friday, maybe we can do drinks if I'm not working.

No idea. I want to get into the city sometime soon, though! We've got to get together, and there's no reason we need to wait until Oct 31 to do it.

I'll know what my friday looks like tomorrow. I realize it's last minute, but maybe we can tie one on after work.

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