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Took the kidlet to see Rise of the Guardians tonight. It was a special reward for how well he's been doing in school. I was expecting it to suck, but I was pleasantly surprised. It was an entertaining movie and the kidlet loved it which is what really matters. :)


Err....naked movie-going....talk about awkward. ;P


Pathfinder Adventure Subscriber

Better than being naked on film.

...well, unless you're doing it for your art, obviously.

Scarab Sages

Cue cheesy 70s music.

Scarab Sages

Things are going somewhat ok here. The dude who's been a douche continues to be one. I swear he's like a damn 5 year old - it's all about him getting his f~!!ing way.

Sad thing is, he's really not in charge of the inspection. The guy who is in charge is happy with our work, but too damn spineless to tell this douchey little weaselprick to STFU.

Scarab Sages

I may just have to lose my temper and become ZombieZilla.


MRGH!!!!

Scarab Sages

Also, I am now coming home on Sunday, 16 Dec, vice Saturday, 15 Dec.


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Aberzombie wrote:
I may just have to lose my temper and become ZombieZilla.

You're in Japan. You know you want to...


Give in to your inner 'zilla!


Release The Zombie!


Gah. They still haven't started repairing the gas installation.


I was going to see friends and play Game Of Thrones today but instead I must sit at home to be available when they fix the gas installation because they won't be able to turn it on again without checking all the apartments after the repair is made.


*throws a random firestorm*


FWOOOOOSSSH!!


Celestial Healer wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
ebon_fyre wrote:
Icyshadow wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Icyshadow wrote:

Pathfinder here, for now at least.

Also, got sick leave due to the flu.

How the case with boss listening to your call ended? No listening for now while you are on your leave?
Yeah, going back to work on monday, she's going to listen in on my calls then.

Glad that situation was somewhat resolved.

Anyone have "fun" party plans for the holidays coming up?

Office Christmas party is tomorrow. I am expecting it to be awkward. The food should be good, though.
Then again, there's an open bar...

That could be interesting.


Aberzombie wrote:

Things are going somewhat ok here. The dude who's been a douche continues to be one. I swear he's like a damn 5 year old - it's all about him getting his f$*#ing way.

Sad thing is, he's really not in charge of the inspection. The guy who is in charge is happy with our work, but too damn spineless to tell this douchey little weaselprick to STFU.

It's a pity you can't just loan him some testicular fortitude.

Wait your a zombie maybe you can. *shudders*


Aberzombie wrote:
Also, I am now coming home on Sunday, 16 Dec, vice Saturday, 15 Dec.

cool!


Drejk wrote:
I was going to see friends and play Game Of Thrones today but instead I must sit at home to be available when they fix the gas installation because they won't be able to turn it on again without checking all the apartments after the repair is made.

That bites!


Grr. Hungry.

Shadow Lodge

Not feeling great. Will probably see if I can leave work early.

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Catching up on the thread.

In answer to the gaming question earlier,

I am currently GMing Rise of the Runelords (Pathfinder rules) for a group which includes Wolfthulhu and AZ's brother.

I'm playing in CH's supercool Ravenloft PBP, and GMing one of my own with several FaWtl members.

And several Pathfinder campaigns with various combinations of two of my sons and my wife, depending on who is around when the mood strikes us to game (which fortunately, is quite often.)

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Speaking of Rise of the Runelords - I'm currently prepping for tonight's game. (We play about once per month). Currently we are playing book 6. We have already begun plans to play Shattered Star next. One of my players will be taking the GM reins in that campaign.


CH's Ravenloft adventure is indeed FAWESOME!


Also, I RULE HERE!!


BTTH FOR EVERYONE!!!!!!!


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KING FREEHOLD wrote:
Also, I RULE HERE!!

I didn't vote for you....


Justin Franklin wrote:
KING FREEHOLD wrote:
Also, I RULE HERE!!
I didn't vote for you....

NOW IS NOT THE TIME YOU QUESTION ME, THRALL! NOW ENJOY THE BREASTS YOUR KING HAS PROVIDED!


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KING FREEHOLD wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
KING FREEHOLD wrote:
Also, I RULE HERE!!
I didn't vote for you....
NOW IS NOT THE TIME YOU QUESTION ME, THRALL! NOW ENJOY THE BREASTS YOUR KING HAS PROVIDED!

I believe the correct response is "You don't vote for kings." and eventually we get to strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government...

Silver Crusade

Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:


I'm playing in CH's supercool Ravenloft PBP,
Freehold DM wrote:
CH's Ravenloft adventure is indeed FAWESOME!

I would like to start by thanking the Academy...

Seriously, though, thanks! Having great players helps.

Silver Crusade

Hi, all. What did I miss?


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Justin Franklin wrote:
KING FREEHOLD wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
KING FREEHOLD wrote:
Also, I RULE HERE!!
I didn't vote for you....
NOW IS NOT THE TIME YOU QUESTION ME, THRALL! NOW ENJOY THE BREASTS YOUR KING HAS PROVIDED!

I believe the correct response is "You don't vote for kings." and eventually we get to strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government...

Help, help, I'm being repressed!

Shadow Lodge

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Nice long nap. Feeling slightly better.


Pathfinder Adventure Subscriber

Me: Hmm... is the apartment a bit chillier than normal. *shrugs* Guess it's just the weather.

A week later there's a note in my mailbox that the landlord needs access to all the flats in order to fix a heating-malfunction.

Me: So... maybe I wasn't imagining it. *puts thermometer into the bathroom*

HOLY CRAP! It's only 12 C (53,6 F) in there!


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Justin Franklin wrote:
KING FREEHOLD wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
KING FREEHOLD wrote:
Also, I RULE HERE!!
I didn't vote for you....
NOW IS NOT THE TIME YOU QUESTION ME, THRALL! NOW ENJOY THE BREASTS YOUR KING HAS PROVIDED!

I believe the correct response is "You don't vote for kings." and eventually we get to strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government...

Maybe Americans don't. We did vote for kings..


Pathfinder Adventure Subscriber

Yep. The Scandinavian kingdoms were elective up until the 1500s, as well. Although, at least in Sweden, most of the time the election came down to everybody figuring out who had the most soldiers on his side and picking that guy. (And then, after a while, someone would rebel, chop the current king's head off, and be elected king until the previous guy's son showed up to repeat the whole affair. Except sometimes the person rebelling would be the king's brother instead - gotta have some variety.)


Gas installation won't be repaired until Monday. Gah. I am stuck with three apples and tea and I will have limited ability to wash myself before the Sunday session. At least, after learning that servicemen won't appear today I went to friends, was feed some noodles with pesto and played Game Of Thrones but it went quite hardly. Maybe we shouldn't drink cherry vodka while playing the game.


Kajehase wrote:
Yep. The Scandinavian kingdoms were elective up until the 1500s, as well. Although, at least in Sweden, most of the time the election came down to everybody figuring out who had the most soldiers on his side and picking that guy. (And then, after a while, someone would rebel, chop the current king's head off, and be elected king until the previous guy's son showed up to repeat the whole affair. Except sometimes the person rebelling would be the king's brother instead - gotta have some variety.)

My favourite Swedish King is still Charles XIV. A Napoleonic (1) General who was elected King because he was kind to Swedish soldiers after he beat them.


At least I finished reading a good book today (or maybe to add to my sorrows I finished reading a good book) - Guy Gavriel Kay's A Song For Arbonne. I might want to look for more Kay's books in near future. I read Tigana years ago. Time to read more of him.


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Red Shirt # 44 wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
KING FREEHOLD wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
KING FREEHOLD wrote:
Also, I RULE HERE!!
I didn't vote for you....
NOW IS NOT THE TIME YOU QUESTION ME, THRALL! NOW ENJOY THE BREASTS YOUR KING HAS PROVIDED!

I believe the correct response is "You don't vote for kings." and eventually we get to strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government...

Help, help, I'm being repressed!

Hey you! That's my line!

The Exchange

Jess Door wrote:

I have been enjoying...a car accident.

Look, when I said I wanted a new car end of the year, I didn't mean I wanted the old one destroyed!

*sigh*

I am fine, just a bit sore. I figure anytime you can walk away from a three car wreck "a bit sore" is pretty good, all things considered. Nobody needed transport to the hospital. Now I wait to find out what the judgement is on the car.

*double sigh*

Damn. So I haven't been here for awhile and this is the second 'new' post I see. Sorry about the car, Jess. Glad you weren't hurt.


Dennis the Peasant wrote:
Red Shirt # 44 wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
KING FREEHOLD wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
KING FREEHOLD wrote:
Also, I RULE HERE!!
I didn't vote for you....
NOW IS NOT THE TIME YOU QUESTION ME, THRALL! NOW ENJOY THE BREASTS YOUR KING HAS PROVIDED!

I believe the correct response is "You don't vote for kings." and eventually we get to strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government...

Help, help, I'm being repressed!
Hey you! That's my line!

Well you weren't here! *points at shirt* I gotta take all the lines I can get!


Red Shirt # 44 wrote:
Dennis the Peasant wrote:
Red Shirt # 44 wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
KING FREEHOLD wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
KING FREEHOLD wrote:
Also, I RULE HERE!!
I didn't vote for you....
NOW IS NOT THE TIME YOU QUESTION ME, THRALL! NOW ENJOY THE BREASTS YOUR KING HAS PROVIDED!

I believe the correct response is "You don't vote for kings." and eventually we get to strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government...

Help, help, I'm being repressed!
Hey you! That's my line!
Well you weren't here! *points at shirt* I gotta take all the lines I can get!

[Borg voice]Resistance is futile. All will be assimilated[/Borg voice] ~assimilates Red Shirt # 44~

The Exchange

Freehold DM wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Happy Thanksgiving! I hope this turkey does not disappoint...
How'd you fix it? We normally deep fry our bird but this year Solnes wanted to grill ours. We'll see. :S
Why...would you deep fry a turkey?

Mmmmmm...

You've obviously never *had* a deep fried turkey.

Good stuff.

The Exchange

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Skimmed most of those 2500 posts...

Really, I think you could have done better, FAWTL.


Morning in this cold, devoid-of-hot water, empty pantry day... :(


~LAUGHTER~


Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:

Catching up on the thread.

In answer to the gaming question earlier,

I am currently GMing Rise of the Runelords (Pathfinder rules) for a group which includes Wolfthulhu and AZ's brother.

I'm playing in CH's supercool Ravenloft PBP, and GMing one of my own with several FaWtl members.

And several Pathfinder campaigns with various combinations of two of my sons and my wife, depending on who is around when the mood strikes us to game (which fortunately, is quite often.)

Were you running your RotRL before paizocon this year?

Liberty's Edge

Orthos wrote:
Houston Chamber of Gamers wrote:
Are you sure you don't want to move to Houston?

If I could do so without losing my job and its benefits I probably would =P

Well, not to Houston proper, probably to an outlying suburb. I learned from living in Phoenix I'm not big on big cities. Chattanooga would be pushing it for me, but I thankfully don't live in Chatt proper, but rather in one of the outlying suburbs, which is much more rural and to my liking.

If you do, try to find work near where you live. If you have to drive into Houston from the exurbs (or even Katy/Sugarland/Woodlands/Pearland/etc), you're in for some wonderfully frustrating commutes.

Seriously, Houston is about inside the Loop. Everything else is uncivilized.


Kajehase wrote:

Me: Hmm... is the apartment a bit chillier than normal. *shrugs* Guess it's just the weather.

A week later there's a note in my mailbox that the landlord needs access to all the flats in order to fix a heating-malfunction.

Me: So... maybe I wasn't imagining it. *puts thermometer into the bathroom*

HOLY CRAP! It's only 12 C (53,6 F) in there!

Brisk.

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