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Bitter Thorn wrote:
Drejk wrote:
20 minutes of yelling and police threatening that they will break the door unless they open. They showed lot of patience but they are finally starting to drill...
Oy vey!

I think that the sound of drilling gave the police circumstance bonus to Intimidate check high enough to compel the neighbors to open the door. Or maybe they actually drilled through the lock, I am not sure. Either way police officer went inside and talked and checked things. Now things are quiet but police cars are still standing outside and a few cops are around.

The primary concern was that there are multiple children inside and there were suspicions they might be subject to physical violence. Certainly there are physical fights between the neighbors but as they seem to be quite evenly matched when it comes to physique it is not simple case of him beating her.


I refuse to get naked in this circumstances...


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Also, now ambulance came. I guess the police want the MD to check the neighbors. Or their kids.

If I ever saw or heard them using violence toward the kids I'd call police myself. But there are so many ways to inflict pain silently and without leaving marks.


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taig wrote:
How can one have a "favorite" HAZMAT story? :P

LOL! I have some interesting ones. Manufacturing, chemtech, ERT, and VFD were some things I did before going into EH&S.

The ones with explosions are some of my favorites.

Hide:
My personal favorite is the one I call "Giant flaming ball of F!$&!!!"

I'll have to tell you how to use acid to light five tons of sand on fire sometime.

I'm not putting these on the web, however. :)

RPG Superstar 2012

Well, BT, if you're at PaizoCon, I'll have to remember to buy you a beer or two and hear these stories. :)


taig wrote:
Well, BT, if you're at PaizoCon, I'll have to remember to buy you a beer or two and hear these stories. :)

I do tell exploding HAZMAT stories better after a few beers. :)


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I'm definately not putting the "bear" story on the web.


huzzah!

Liberty's Edge

Last time I looked at my recommended pages on Facebook, they were suggesting funeral homes, tombstone engraving, Jack Daniel's, and Russian mail-order brides. Today, apparently, I'm supposed to be in the mood for three different brands of golf supplies, gay porn, and the movie 'Tron'. I don't know who Facebook thinks I am, but it needs to stop changing its mind like that.


I get the same stuff, just dirty french maid porn though.


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The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Last time I looked at my recommended pages on Facebook, they were suggesting funeral homes, tombstone engraving, Jack Daniel's, and Russian mail-order brides. Today, apparently, I'm supposed to be in the mood for three different brands of golf supplies, gay porn, and the movie 'Tron'. I don't know who Facebook thinks I am, but it needs to stop changing its mind like that.

Going by the second list, a golfer who enjoys watching Jeff Bridges in a skin-tight jumpsuit.

By the first list, someone who's just lost their wife and is looking to have a replacement ready for the funeral.

Liberty's Edge

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Kajehase wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Last time I looked at my recommended pages on Facebook, they were suggesting funeral homes, tombstone engraving, Jack Daniel's, and Russian mail-order brides. Today, apparently, I'm supposed to be in the mood for three different brands of golf supplies, gay porn, and the movie 'Tron'. I don't know who Facebook thinks I am, but it needs to stop changing its mind like that.

Going by the second list, a golfer who enjoys watching Jeff Bridges in a skin-tight jumpsuit.

By the first list, someone who's just lost their wife and is looking to have a replacement ready for the funeral.

It's now switched to marriage counseling, cupcakes, Pokemon, a cocktail lounge, and women's hairstyling. Someone go poke Aberzombie or Clinton Boomer. There needs to be a series of narratives based on Facebook recommendations.

Liberty's Edge

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This is totally off-topic, but I just recently re-activated my Netflix account, and I have to say: browsing the instant-play movies reminds me of nothing more than going to the video store when I was a kid and leaving with the weirdest movies I could find. That's some nostalgia right there.


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
I get the same stuff, just dirty french maid porn though.

Doesn't sound too bad.


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Mr Shiny, you have to understand that Facebook knows better than you do who you are. Quite simply, though you do not remember this yourself, you are obviously a man looking for an apron mail-order-bride to cover up the fact that you murdered your wife so you could be with your gay golfer lover. Cupcakes is well known to be related to porn, cocktail lounges goes well in hand with being gay, and Pokemon... ummm...

Anyway, if the police starts checking Facebook, you're done for.


If the police starts checking Facebook...

...**** the police!! *Flips table*

Scarab Sages

Good morning FAWTLY FOLK!! Tis a gloriously warmer day today. We started off and it was almost 40 degF outside! Huzzah!!

Scarab Sages

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Today's Facebook Recommendations:

Online ballroom dancing lessons! Wow your friends!!!
Would you like to attend Gamblers Anonymous?
Cairn University - Walk a different path. Learn more at www.cairn.edu


Yay, good morning to you too. Hope the day is a magnificent one for you and that the world isn't it's usual annoying self.

Hopefully I get a touch more inspired today, rather than just being insipid.

Scarab Sages

Well crap! Almost a work. Spent too much time perusing other threads.


Back from work. Now to tackle my second job, playing home health aide.


Am I only one who doesn't even look at facebook recommendations unless blatantly annoying when I hide that particular recommendation?

Scarab Sages

Patrick Curtin wrote:
Back from work. Now to tackle my second job, playing home health aide.

Doctor! It hurts when I do this....

does that

Scarab Sages

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Drejk wrote:
Am I only one who doesn't even look at facebook recommendations unless blatantly annoying when I hide that particular recommendation?

There are Facebook recommendations?

Shadow Lodge

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Aberzombie wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Am I only one who doesn't even look at facebook recommendations unless blatantly annoying when I hide that particular recommendation?
There are Facebook recommendations?

Having no Facebook, I wouldn't know.

I fully expect a quoted edit that deletes "book" from that sentence.


What's a Facebook?


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It's a book bound in the skin of a humanoid face, obviously, yeeesssss.

My Editor's Edition of the Necronomicon is one such "facebook". It makes the most delightful agonized noises, yeeesssss.


Oh great, my company got fused with a bigger one.

This just means more work to do, probably with less pay...


Aberzombie wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Back from work. Now to tackle my second job, playing home health aide.

Doctor! It hurts when I do this....

does that

Patient: After my procedure, will I be able to play the violin?

Doctor: Of course!
Patient: Funny, I've never been able to before ...


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
What's a Facebook?

Facebook is an evil plot by the government of Luxembourg to achieve complete global domination. It's malicious, mind-controlling software masquerading as a social media website. It has succeeded in ensnaring thousands of innocent people and turned them into unwitting sleeper agents - ready at a moments notice to unleash their programmed Kung-Fu skills and advanced weapons training on an unsuspecting populace.

Scarab Sages

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Icyshadow wrote:

Oh great, my company got fused with a bigger one.

Teleporter malfunction?


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Nonsense!

Facebook was Ed Gein's autobiography.


Herr Doktor Schadenfreude wrote:

Nonsense!

Facebook was Ed Gein's autobiography.

A likely story!!


Likelier than yours you armchair theorist! Go back to watching the History Channel you vapid purveyor of rehashed urban legends!


Herr Doktor Schadenfreude wrote:
Likelier than yours you armchair theorist! Go back to watching the History Channel you vapid purveyor of rehashed urban legends!

You're probably one of THEM!!!

LOOK OUT!! HE WANTS TO EXPERIMENT ON OUR BRAINS!!!

AAAIIIIEEEEE!!!!!!

Scarab Sages

All right folks - gotta go for now.


NEGATIVE. HE IS NOT ONE OF OURS. HE HAS NOT BEEN IMPLANTED WITH THE CHIP.

THIS CAN BE RECTIFIED IMMEDIATELY.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

The whole microwave thing takes me back though. My folks got their first microwave when I was a kid. Clunky thing by today's standards. Flip dial timer (like the old clocks), and a handle to open and close it, not a button. But that thing was one tough appliance.

Eventually the handle broke off and we had to use a screw driver to open and close it. At one point we moved it to the small summer home we had in Bay St. Louis, MS. It stayed there for years (until we sold the place), then my brother took it to his hunting camp in south Louisiana. That place got taken out by a hurricane. The microwave is probably sitting on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico even as we speak.

Our first microwave in the 70's was an Amana Radar Range. The thing weighed a ton and could probably stop small arms fire. I think that thing worked for about 20 years. It died with an actual mushroom cloud of smoke when it blew after getting dropped in the snow.

I miss things that last.

My friend moved into a house that already had a microwave in it. It had to be from the 70s and was operated by dials.

The best part was it did not have an auto-shutoff when you opened the door.

That's right. If you didn't remember to turn it off before you opened it, it would continue operating. o.O

Thank god I didn't grow up in that household. As a kid, I spent so much time in front of the microwave, praying to god that I would eventually develop mutant powers....A microwave that kept working with the door open would have had to have been removed from my home.


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Bitter Thorn wrote:
taig wrote:
How can one have a "favorite" HAZMAT story? :P

LOL! I have some interesting ones. Manufacturing, chemtech, ERT, and VFD were some things I did before going into EH&S.

The ones with explosions are some of my favorites.

** spoiler omitted **

I'm not putting these on the web, however. :)

clearly, its time for a drink after work with friends...


Bitter Thorn wrote:
I'm definately not putting the "bear" story on the web.

But..it involves a bear!!!!!


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Last time I looked at my recommended pages on Facebook, they were suggesting funeral homes, tombstone engraving, Jack Daniel's, and Russian mail-order brides. Today, apparently, I'm supposed to be in the mood for three different brands of golf supplies, gay porn, and the movie 'Tron'. I don't know who Facebook thinks I am, but it needs to stop changing its mind like that.

It's evil, I tells ya.


Aberzombie wrote:

Today's Facebook Recommendations:

Online ballroom dancing lessons! Wow your friends!!!
Would you like to attend Gamblers Anonymous?
Cairn University - Walk a different path. Learn more at www.cairn.edu

Evil.


Sissyl wrote:

Mr Shiny, you have to understand that Facebook knows better than you do who you are. Quite simply, though you do not remember this yourself, you are obviously a man looking for an apron mail-order-bride to cover up the fact that you murdered your wife so you could be with your gay golfer lover. Cupcakes is well known to be related to porn, cocktail lounges goes well in hand with being gay, and Pokemon... ummm...

Anyway, if the police starts checking Facebook, you're done for.

EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEVIL!!!!


Conspiracy Buff wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
What's a Facebook?

Facebook is an evil plot by the government of Luxembourg to achieve complete global domination. It's malicious, mind-controlling software masquerading as a social media website. It has succeeded in ensnaring thousands of innocent people and turned them into unwitting sleeper agents - ready at a moments notice to unleash their programmed Kung-Fu skills and advanced weapons training on an unsuspecting populace.

See, this guy knows the score! passes out Haterade(tm)


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
This is totally off-topic, but I just recently re-activated my Netflix account, and I have to say: browsing the instant-play movies reminds me of nothing more than going to the video store when I was a kid and leaving with the weirdest movies I could find. That's some nostalgia right there.

Yeah. It's cool finding old schlock on Netflix.


Aberzombie wrote:
Good morning FAWTLY FOLK!! Tis a gloriously warmer day today. We started off and it was almost 40 degF outside! Huzzah!!

checks weather dominator Hold on..I think I put the batteries in backwards.


Bears are evil. They even make plots to destroy the world. Google "duluth bear" to read about the one who came closest.

Shadow Lodge

Everything is worse with bears.

Silver Crusade

Morning, all. What did I miss?


Sissyl wrote:
Bears are evil. They even make plots to destroy the world. Google "duluth bear" to read about the one who came closest.

Forget duluth bear, it's the drop bears that mean doom for mankind.

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