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Liberty's Edge

Nekkid prangs for Totp?

Liberty's Edge

Darth Knight wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Darth Knight wrote:
Just read HD's FB page, seems he may in fact been locked up for 18 months. Making him get out a full year after he was expecting to.
holy crap! What happened?
facebook wrote:


...
"Derek J. Tallman 14833-180" .....

Derek thanks everyone for their support and tells me it's a bit rougher than it was last time he was there. The judge he has is not as tolerant as we would wish and he might be looking at 18 months, worst case scenario.

(via Jeremy Scott)

For the facebook Luddites out there, this is all I have.

Boy, I’m out of the loop, I know he hasn’t been around for a while but I didn’t realise he was in trouble.


Mothman wrote:
Darth Knight wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Darth Knight wrote:
Just read HD's FB page, seems he may in fact been locked up for 18 months. Making him get out a full year after he was expecting to.
holy crap! What happened?
facebook wrote:


...
"Derek J. Tallman 14833-180" .....

Derek thanks everyone for their support and tells me it's a bit rougher than it was last time he was there. The judge he has is not as tolerant as we would wish and he might be looking at 18 months, worst case scenario.

(via Jeremy Scott)

For the facebook Luddites out there, this is all I have.
Boy, I’m out of the loop, I know he hasn’t been around for a while but I didn’t realize he was in trouble.

Yeah not sure what put him back inside. I am writing him a letter now and hope everyone who can would do so as well. Its rough enough being inside but I am sure he could use moral support from all. I believe we posted his mailing address a few posts back but worse comes to worse either I or Mairkurion could be forced into finding it again if anyone wants it.


Please send me Derek's mail address at my email:
gof2048(at)hotmail(dot)com.


Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Thanks for well wishes folks. Home now, wife back at hospital. Still no definitive word on what's wrong with Ally. Those of you of a theistic bent send a prayer to whatever higher power you wish if you would.

*blink*

Done and Done Monkey. Sending a few hugs your way too.


silverhair2008 wrote:

Please send me Derek's mail address at my email:

gof2048(at)hotmail(dot)com.

If one of us does not send it to you by tonight remind me tomorrow.

Scarab Sages

Patrick Curtin wrote:
Darth Knight wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Thanks for well wishes folks. Home now, wife back at hospital. Still no definitive word on what's wrong with Ally. Those of you of a theistic bent send a prayer to whatever higher power you wish if you would.

*blink*

Done and shall continue to do so. Whats going on?
Over the weekend she became ill (we thought). She was acting distressed, and dry heaving. Unfortunately she cannot communicate what is wrong. We assumed perhaps a stomach bug. Last night her stomach began distending, which got worse by the morning. She was up all night. I went to work at 5am, by 9 am my wife called and was taking her to the hospital. I left work and went to hosp. We spent all day there, now my wife is there and I have to get some rest for work tomorrow. Drs still performing tests at this time. Could be many things, pancreas, gall stones, peritonidis, bowel blockage, etc.

Sorry to hear that dude. Hope she gets to feeling better soon.


Prayers for your family, monkey.

Scarab Sages

Night folks. Time to hit the sack and get my beauty sleep.


Nighty-night, Mr. Zombie.

Cold Text File C1 updated in Dropbox.


good night all.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

Nighty-night, Mr. Zombie.

Cold Text File C1 updated in Dropbox.

Very cool.


Woodraven wrote:
good night all.

Woodsy: I think maybe you contacted me in another medium/locale. Check in on FB and let me know.


off to work for an unusual 2 AM shift. Well I gotta fly. Puffy will be along with morning breakfast.


:::pushes in a donut and beverage:::

I got your donuts and drinks right here. Step right up!

Scarab Sages

Yeeer Argh!


Puffy the Breakfast Roll wrote:

:::pushes in a donut and beverage:::

I got your donuts and drinks right here. Step right up!

PIE for breakfast!

Liberty's Edge

GAH!

All these accidents and hospital visits and annoying-traffic-violations-for-going-through-red-light-as-it-changed-inste ad-of-slamming-on-brakes-and-causing-an-accident's suck.

Let's skip the rest of the week. Pass Go and collect our paychecks and start a pleasant Easter weekend (complete with Doctor Who series premiere).


Sharoth wrote:
Earlier today I had gotten off early and I was heading to the library to drop off some books. Someone stopped in the middle of the road, so I hit the brakes. I stopped withing 3 feet of the other car. Unfortunately, the car behind me was going too fast and he hit me and I hit the other car. The car is drivable, but I can't unlock the trunk. I would have to go in through the inside.

Ugh! Sorry to hear that Sharoth!


Aberzombie wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Darth Knight wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Thanks for well wishes folks. Home now, wife back at hospital. Still no definitive word on what's wrong with Ally. Those of you of a theistic bent send a prayer to whatever higher power you wish if you would.

*blink*

Done and shall continue to do so. Whats going on?
Over the weekend she became ill (we thought). She was acting distressed, and dry heaving. Unfortunately she cannot communicate what is wrong. We assumed perhaps a stomach bug. Last night her stomach began distending, which got worse by the morning. She was up all night. I went to work at 5am, by 9 am my wife called and was taking her to the hospital. I left work and went to hosp. We spent all day there, now my wife is there and I have to get some rest for work tomorrow. Drs still performing tests at this time. Could be many things, pancreas, gall stones, peritonidis, bowel blockage, etc.
Sorry to hear that dude. Hope she gets to feeling better soon.

Ditto me on the well wishing, hope thing straighten out!


Kidlet cracks me up. So back when he was starting kindergarten he loved music. Especially loud rock music. His favorite song was Enter Sandman if this gives you any idea of how his tastes ran. :)
And then his evil music teacher made it so he hated music. All music. He would whine and cry every time I played the radio in the car. Eventually he resigned himself to music as long as it wasn't too loud. After a year of audio books followed by a year of gritting my teeth and dealing with a 'soft rock' station, I had enough. So I started listening to my favorite alt-rock station instead. He whined at first, but eventually got used to it. A couple days ago in an attempt not to have to listen to Radiohead's House of Cards for the bazillionth time (seriously, this song both sucks and is a danger as it makes me very sleepy, not a good thing while driving) I switched it over to a punk rock station instead. Which he now thinks is teh awesome and complains if I play any other station. Apparently he's back to liking loud rock music. :)


Pat, hope Ally is doing well today and that she recovers quickly. Still sending prayers and well wishes her way.

Grand Lodge

Patrick Curtin wrote:


Over the weekend she became ill (we thought). She was acting distressed, and dry heaving. Unfortunately she cannot communicate what is wrong. We assumed perhaps a stomach bug. Last night her stomach began distending, which got worse by the morning. She was up all night. I went to work at 5am, by 9 am my wife called and was taking her to the hospital. I left work and went to hosp. We spent all day there, now my wife is there and I have to get some rest for work tomorrow. Drs still performing tests at this time. Could be many things, pancreas, gall stones, peritonidis, bowel blockage, etc.

Best wishes and prayers to you and yours. I hope she gets better soon.

Grand Lodge

Anyone still on the board?


Madclaw wrote:
Anyone still on the board?

Me. I'm still here. Well, for a little bit longer anyhow. Today is lab. Last lab of the semester. Woohoo! I will be soooo glad to be done with this class. And hopefully the nightmares it inspires. :/


Pathfinder Companion, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

Good Morning, FAWTL!!! Last night we discover that making laser blast noises (pew! pew!) is apparently the funniest thing in the world to a 6 month old.:)

Grand Lodge

lynora wrote:
Madclaw wrote:
Anyone still on the board?
Me. I'm still here. Well, for a little bit longer anyhow. Today is lab. Last lab of the semester. Woohoo! I will be soooo glad to be done with this class. And hopefully the nightmares it inspires. :/

Wooo! For last lab of the semester! What class?

Grand Lodge

Justin Franklin wrote:
Good Morning, FAWTL!!! Last night we discover that making laser blast noises (pew! pew!) is apparently the funniest thing in the world to a 6 month old.:)

It's also funny to really tired college students.


"Paladin, Paladin, were do you ro-am..."


Madclaw wrote:
lynora wrote:
Madclaw wrote:
Anyone still on the board?
Me. I'm still here. Well, for a little bit longer anyhow. Today is lab. Last lab of the semester. Woohoo! I will be soooo glad to be done with this class. And hopefully the nightmares it inspires. :/
Wooo! For last lab of the semester! What class?

Anatomy and Physiology. I no like the cadaver lab. And the way the formeldahyde smell gets into my clothes and hair. :(

But after today no more having to deal with it. :D

Grand Lodge

lynora wrote:
Madclaw wrote:
lynora wrote:
Madclaw wrote:
Anyone still on the board?
Me. I'm still here. Well, for a little bit longer anyhow. Today is lab. Last lab of the semester. Woohoo! I will be soooo glad to be done with this class. And hopefully the nightmares it inspires. :/
Wooo! For last lab of the semester! What class?

Anatomy and Physiology. I no like the cadaver lab. And the way the formeldahyde smell gets into my clothes and hair. :(

But after today no more having to deal with it. :D

Ahh, yeah, my friends complained about that when they had those finals, but not nearly as much as when they had P Chem finals.


nathan blackmer wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Having fun painting miniatures. Loving it!!!

I need to do that myself, picked up some halfling figures for my Kingmaker character. Cyrano's a Chevalier/Bard/Battle Herald and I've convinced my DM to let me take Leadership and apply it to my mount instead of getting a cohort when I hit 7 (Basically it will replace my mount skill altogether) for a young Brass Dragon (Reaper has a great fig for this). It's hard finding good figures for halflings, which seems wierd to me given how long they've been around in fantasy literature.

Does he happen to sport a huge schnozzola?


Justin Franklin wrote:
Just to clarify, there is no longer any snow on the ground.:) Unless you count they really huge piles of snirt.

I had to actually look up snirt to make sure I understood the word in the correct context. Otherwise, my original response would have been ... well ... typical material.

Silver Crusade

Morning, all. What did I miss?


Urizen wrote:
nathan blackmer wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Having fun painting miniatures. Loving it!!!

I need to do that myself, picked up some halfling figures for my Kingmaker character. Cyrano's a Chevalier/Bard/Battle Herald and I've convinced my DM to let me take Leadership and apply it to my mount instead of getting a cohort when I hit 7 (Basically it will replace my mount skill altogether) for a young Brass Dragon (Reaper has a great fig for this). It's hard finding good figures for halflings, which seems wierd to me given how long they've been around in fantasy literature.

Does he happen to sport a huge schnozzola?

Slightly larger then normal. He's very touchy about his height, and full of bravado.

He is, in essence, (to pull one of my favorite lines from the play) always fighting giants.


Solnes wrote:
I need to place orders. Trying to figure out how much work I want to do receiving it all. *sigh* I think I will place a few smaller orders.

Sounds like you're on the raw deal of the receiving end of a gang-bang. :P

You know what's great about your job? When someone posts 'NSFW' ... which doesn't exist at your place of employment. ;-)

Grand Lodge

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

Not much.


Madclaw wrote:
lynora wrote:
Madclaw wrote:
lynora wrote:
Madclaw wrote:
Anyone still on the board?
Me. I'm still here. Well, for a little bit longer anyhow. Today is lab. Last lab of the semester. Woohoo! I will be soooo glad to be done with this class. And hopefully the nightmares it inspires. :/
Wooo! For last lab of the semester! What class?

Anatomy and Physiology. I no like the cadaver lab. And the way the formeldahyde smell gets into my clothes and hair. :(

But after today no more having to deal with it. :D
Ahh, yeah, my friends complained about that when they had those finals, but not nearly as much as when they had P Chem finals.

Something to look forward to. :)

Grand Lodge

lynora wrote:
Something to look forward to. :)

You still have P Chem left? Best of luck with that.

Sovereign Court

I hope Ally is feeling better, Patrick! She and the rest of your family are in my prayers.


Madclaw wrote:
lynora wrote:
Something to look forward to. :)
You still have P Chem left? Best of luck with that.

I'm actually a chemistry major. I switched from nursing after I discovered how much I really hate the medical stuff. Really, really hate. But I love chemistry and any chance to play with chemicals is a win. ;D


Jess Door wrote:
I hope Ally is feeling better, Patrick! She and the rest of your family are in my prayers.

*blink*

Thanks Jess. Qucikly popping in, going back to hospital after a 6-hour nap. No word on eventual outcome. Might be surgery, might be managed care. Will know more later. Thank you everyone for your kind wishes.

*blink*


Sad 'zilla did not get a kitty sticker. :(

But!

I did get two awesome books! :)


Studpuffin wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Lindisty wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Got my package from Paizo today! Complete with kitty sticker.
I feel left out. I didn't get a kitty sticker in my AP package. Or a packing slip, for that matter. :P
Don't feel bad. We didn't get a package. :'(
*wants Carrion Crown*

I got to say that this AP is shaping up to have the best bestiary yet.

Grand Lodge

lynora wrote:
Madclaw wrote:
lynora wrote:
Something to look forward to. :)
You still have P Chem left? Best of luck with that.
I'm actually a chemistry major. I switched from nursing after I discovered how much I really hate the medical stuff. Really, really hate. But I love chemistry and any chance to play with chemicals is a win. ;D

Playing with chemicals is always fun. Especially when said playing results in flames.


nathan blackmer wrote:
Urizen wrote:
nathan blackmer wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Having fun painting miniatures. Loving it!!!

I need to do that myself, picked up some halfling figures for my Kingmaker character. Cyrano's a Chevalier/Bard/Battle Herald and I've convinced my DM to let me take Leadership and apply it to my mount instead of getting a cohort when I hit 7 (Basically it will replace my mount skill altogether) for a young Brass Dragon (Reaper has a great fig for this). It's hard finding good figures for halflings, which seems wierd to me given how long they've been around in fantasy literature.

Does he happen to sport a huge schnozzola?

Slightly larger then normal. He's very touchy about his height, and full of bravado.

He is, in essence, (to pull one of my favorite lines from the play) always fighting giants.

So, his surname is Quixote?


lynora wrote:
Madclaw wrote:
lynora wrote:
Something to look forward to. :)
You still have P Chem left? Best of luck with that.
I'm actually a chemistry major. I switched from nursing after I discovered how much I really hate the medical stuff. Really, really hate. But I love chemistry and any chance to play with chemicals is a win. ;D

I enjoy science in theory and reading, but in application ... I'm terrible with it. I could have avoided most of that going toward an arts degree versus a science one, but over the long haul I know which one will do better for me on a fiscal level (hopefully). That said, when it's time to knock out the science requirements, I'm going to stick to the basics and then move on. :P


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Jess Door wrote:
I hope Ally is feeling better, Patrick! She and the rest of your family are in my prayers.

*blink*

Thanks Jess. Qucikly popping in, going back to hospital after a 6-hour nap. No word on eventual outcome. Might be surgery, might be managed care. Will know more later. Thank you everyone for your kind wishes.

*blink*

Spoiler:

Spoilering for obvious reasons, but not intending to go into political debate. Just genuinely curious.

Man, I feel for you. On a related note ... given that Romney passed health care reforms that is similar to what has happened on a national level, has that worked out for you on any level with regard to the care of your child? I only ask given the potential long term expenses and the problem one faces when losing health insurance and then trying to be reinstated but with the thorny issue of pre-existing conditions; etc. What's your take on it?

Silver Crusade

Patrick Curtin wrote:
Jess Door wrote:
I hope Ally is feeling better, Patrick! She and the rest of your family are in my prayers.

*blink*

Thanks Jess. Qucikly popping in, going back to hospital after a 6-hour nap. No word on eventual outcome. Might be surgery, might be managed care. Will know more later. Thank you everyone for your kind wishes.

*blink*

We're all pulling for you and your family, Patrick.

Grand Lodge

Celestial Healer wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Jess Door wrote:
I hope Ally is feeling better, Patrick! She and the rest of your family are in my prayers.

*blink*

Thanks Jess. Qucikly popping in, going back to hospital after a 6-hour nap. No word on eventual outcome. Might be surgery, might be managed care. Will know more later. Thank you everyone for your kind wishes.

*blink*

We're all pulling for you and your family, Patrick.

+1

EDIT: Nekkid support for ToP?

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