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Scarab Sages

Nekkid breaking guidelines!

Silver Crusade

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How about a "Do you really need me to explain why I am flagging this poster yet again?" flag?


Lindisty wrote:
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200 in 12 months. I loathe clothes shopping more than the heat of a thousand suns.

Freehold DM wrote:
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!

You'll have to PM me your e-mail. It's been awhile. He's not on FB frequently (or if he is, he's notably lurking), but I'll pass along.


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Treppa wrote:
Trombonists.

Looking rusty, those bunches.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
We need a "seriously demented" reason on the flagging system =/

That'd kill my post count by half.


Orthos wrote:

Oh and a "deliberate firestarter" flag for those threads whose sole purpose seems to be to either pick a fight or start an echo chamber when all the people who otherwise would fight just automatically hide the thread.

That button has been a godsend.

Get that trigger finger warmed up.

<looks about nonchalantly and whistles>

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Urizen wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
We need a "seriously demented" reason on the flagging system =/

That'd kill my post count by half.

Nearly all your posts that I've flagged have remained in place.


taig wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
We need a "seriously demented" reason on the flagging system =/

That'd kill my post count by half.

Nearly all your posts that I've flagged have remained in place.

You're a honey badger. They know you have other designs for me.

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Urizen wrote:
taig wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
We need a "seriously demented" reason on the flagging system =/

That'd kill my post count by half.

Nearly all your posts that I've flagged have remained in place.

You're a honey badger. They know you have other designs for me.

They involve fire. :)


taig wrote:
Urizen wrote:
taig wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
We need a "seriously demented" reason on the flagging system =/

That'd kill my post count by half.

Nearly all your posts that I've flagged have remained in place.

You're a honey badger. They know you have other designs for me.

They involve fire. :)

I approve of this course of action.

Silver Crusade

My job is really getting to me. It's not that it's getting worse; it's that it's not getting better and I am getting to a point where I can't take it anymore. I always try to take pride in anything I do, and it really bothers me that I know I my clients are getting substandard service from me because there are 300 of them and I have about 90 to 120 minutes per day to address their issues.

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Celestial Healer wrote:
My job is really getting to me. It's not that it's getting worse; it's that it's not getting better and I am getting to a point where I can't take it anymore. I always try to take pride in anything I do, and it really bothers me that I know I my clients are getting substandard service from me because there are 300 of them and I have about 90 to 120 minutes per day to address their issues.

Dang. Sorry to hear it, CH. I know what you mean about being prevented from doing good work. :(


The pains of perfectionism :|


we gave Sabines grandma the Ipad to read her yellow press because she did not get a paper one.
it went reasonably well considering it was her first contact with any kind of computer or the internet

Silver Crusade

I don't think "yellow press" is the term you are looking for. In English, that refers to sensationalist, misleading journalism.

(Unless her grandmother is a fan of trashy tabloids...)


Ha! My grandfather learned to use computer in his late seventies and early eighties. Two weeks before his death at 89 he finally learned how to burn CD on his own without needing my help.


I know what you mean.

The Internet restricts me from offering the best that Rule 34 has to offer.

Striving for perfection is a curse.


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Just keep at it my friend you will get there some day and invent the perfect porn.


Just because something is binary doesn't mean it can't be still be complicated. I forget how many pages long my name is in 1s and 0s.

lynora wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Women are confusing.
Indeed. This is a great truth. If ever there came a time when we men finally understood them, you would know for certain that the universe was about to end in seconds.
Men tend to be binary, women are...ah...polyary? I find that this is the biggest issue between men and women- men are very yes/no, while women understand maybe and all of the shades in between.

Not in my experience.

Actually this notion that men are somehow more simple baffles me. Especially when my husband says it right after we've had some major misunderstanding because he was upset with me for not being able to read his mind.....right. Sorry, but no. You don't get to say you're simple and then act complicated. :/

Going back and forth between social circles that are made up of girls and ones made up of guys I find that both sets have complicated social rules that somehow you're supposed to learn by observation which isn't always so easy and that whichever set of rules you know seems simple and the set you don't know seems mysterious and complicated. And for those of us caught in the middle both sides are maddening.


Celestial Healer wrote:

Sweetened iced tea is fine once in a while for a change of pace, but that is about it.

You will not silence us!!!

Huzzah.


Crimson Jester wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
And yes, unsweetened tea is much better :)
So, you get your Picante Sauce bottled in New York city too?

I think I was ninjaed on this already.


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I was just filling out an online form, and the dropdown box for 'Title' that usually contains Mr./Miss/Ms/Mrs./Dr./etc. also contained options for 'The Honourable', and 'Dame'.

It took an act of great will to resist representing myself to this organization as 'The Honorable $MYREALNAME'.

(I know that's a title that has a specific meaning, and I wouldn't *actually* do it, but it was so tempting, because it's not a normal option.)

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Dame Welham has a certain ring to it...

Silver Crusade

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I still want the title, "His Grace, the Duke of Suffolk*".

*Suffolk County, NY, naturally.

Liberty's Edge

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Jess Door wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
People are confusing.

FIFY.

^_-

Especially women.


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taig wrote:

Dame Welham has a certain ring to it...

My real name isn't British enough to carry off a 'Dame' appellation, more's the pity.

Though it would work nicely for the (sadly retired) character upon whom this forum alias was based. 'Dame Lindisty Alexander' sounds quite appropriate, I think.


Clearly I need break. :/

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

lynora wrote:

Clearly I need break. :/

Here's a staff of power I found in Sharoth's hoard...


Urizen wrote:
Lindisty wrote:
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You are not alone in that, although it's getting better now that I'm on the cusp of being able to buy clothes in normal stores instead of going to the 'fat chicks only' stores. Shoes, on the other hand... I will never not hate shopping for shoes.

Lindisty wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Lindisty wrote:
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I'm thankful that I can, but the only annoyance is that the same size shirt isn't necessarily the same size. I now wear XL (when I used to have 4XL) and some are made roomily and then some are what I would describe as 'hipster slim'. Ixnay on the latter.

In agreement about shoes. I wear 13, but I hardly have an arch. Most tennis shoes tend to have them built in. And I prefer a cushioned sole.


Lindisty wrote:

leads a conga line through the thread

First meeting with staff in the new workspace completed with minimal whining, donuts distributed, last move clean-up details sorted.

I feel good about myself today!

glad to know someone's day is going better than mine...

winces reflexively as sparks fly from FHDM's day

damn. Thought I fixed that the first time...

climbs back down into Wednesdays exhaust port


taig's clone wrote:
Jack Noir wrote:
taig wrote:
"Noiralog".
You take that back. *stabs*

X_X

At least I get a free lunch.

gnaws upon corpse

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber
Urizen wrote:
Lindisty wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Lindisty wrote:
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I don't know about guys' clothing, but Old Navy is great for women's clothing. Wait for a sale, and it's relatively cheap. You can get good clothes for casual to business casual, the sizes tend to run just a bit generous. I was so excited to be able to fit into their normal sizes. At ON I can now wear a Large or XLarge, depending on the cut. Occasionally I actually have to go with a medium, even! You do, unfortunately, have to try stuff on because of hte size variances. And shoes are my bane. Size 10-11 wide width Dutch feet - not easy to fit. >.<

@ Jess, it's those darned wooden shoes.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber
silverhair2008 wrote:
@ Jess, it's those darned wooden shoes.

I'm telling you, man. What were my ancestors thinking?!?


@ Jess, maybe that the shoes would help them "walk on water"?


I'm a big fan of Dame, I use it on these boards sometimes.

Lindisty wrote:

I was just filling out an online form, and the dropdown box for 'Title' that usually contains Mr./Miss/Ms/Mrs./Dr./etc. also contained options for 'The Honourable', and 'Dame'.

It took an act of great will to resist representing myself to this organization as 'The Honorable $MYREALNAME'.

(I know that's a title that has a specific meaning, and I wouldn't *actually* do it, but it was so tempting, because it's not a normal option.)


Freehold DM wrote:
I'm a big fan of Dame, I use it on these boards sometimes.

'Dame Freehold DM'? Really? That seems out of character for you. ;)

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Lindisty wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I'm a big fan of Dame, I use it on these boards sometimes.
'Dame Freehold DM'? Really? That seems out of character for you. ;)

He's got a plush Buffy at home that he calls Dame Whedon.


Freehold DM wrote:
Lindisty wrote:

leads a conga line through the thread

First meeting with staff in the new workspace completed with minimal whining, donuts distributed, last move clean-up details sorted.

I feel good about myself today!

glad to know someone's day is going better than mine...

winces reflexively as sparks fly from FHDM's day

damn. Thought I fixed that the first time...

climbs back down into Wednesdays exhaust port

mixes up a nice Haterade(TM) cocktail for FHDM, then grabs a welding mask, gloves, and an acetylene torch and goes to work on FHDM's Wednesday


Elaine Fisher wrote:
Are changlings confusing?

Only if they are Time Lords.


Pyromaniac wrote:
taig wrote:
Urizen wrote:
taig wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
We need a "seriously demented" reason on the flagging system =/

That'd kill my post count by half.

Nearly all your posts that I've flagged have remained in place.

You're a honey badger. They know you have other designs for me.

They involve fire. :)

I approve of this course of action.

I second that.


Jesszilla wrote:
doctor_wu wrote:
What the heck someone main name is fiendish doctor wu on these messageboards...
SUCH INSULTS CAN NOT BE BORNE! I WILL STAMP OUT THIS INTERLOPER!!!

Can I join you?


Jess Door wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Lindisty wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Lindisty wrote:
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Old Navy is good stuff. Will likely head there for casual attire for business once someone decides to think I'm worth their time employing. Until then, only shopping I do right now for clothes is the occasional concert t-shirt if budget permits. :)


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OK, OTD has gotten to me so I'm pulling a Patrick (<3 u Patrick!) and closing it off. I'm on FB or PM if you need me. It's not that I am tempted to get into fisticuffs; it's just seeing the ugliness at the core of some psyches has shaken my faith in humanity and made me feel very unwelcome at Paizo.

Shadow Lodge

Too soon?

The Exchange

{lest we forget}


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Hazgarr the Dwarven Pirate wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
And yes, unsweetened tea is much better :)
So, you get your Picante Sauce bottled in New York city too?
NEW YORK CITY??!!?!

Git a rope.


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Brain not working anymore. I think it's broken...watching army of darkness....that should help.

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