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Liberty's Edge

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Aberzombie wrote:
Am I the only one who regularly hears the term "Put the monkey back in the box" spoken in his house?

It could be worse. It could be "Put the monkey back in the box or it gets the hose again."

Liberty's Edge

Well that was unfortunate.

Liberty's Edge

I only occasionally get the top of the page, but when I do, man is it a thing.

Sovereign Court

I am not certain I want to encourage this.


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Am I the only one who regularly hears the term "Put the monkey back in the box" spoken in his house?
It could be worse. It could be "Put the monkey back in the box or it gets the hose again."

You know, I had exactly the same association when I read AZ's question...

Great minds think alike!

Or maybe deranged minds think alike...


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The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
I only occasionally get the top of the page, but when I do, man is it a thing.

It puts pants on or it gets the hose again!


I really should go to sleep.


Before the sun rises.


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And more Swedish football news: IFK Trollhättan, a.k.a. the team I played for as a kid (and currently features a number of players I used to teach back in my temping days), played their first game of the season and progressed to the second round of the Västergötland District Championships. YAY!


Huh, my wisdom teeth are going to be removed towards the end of this month.

Should I prepare for immense pain?


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Nah, they've got some pretty good painkillers these days. When they had to dig out a bit of one of my front teeth the biggest deal to me was that the dose they gave me was so strong it numbed the right tip of my nose for a few hours. The actual digging in the tooth didn't really hurt.

Mind you - not taking out wisdom teeth that needs removing can be rather excruciating, I've been told.


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Heck, I even got a tranquiliser thing smeared on the gums so the painkiller-shot wouldn't hurt...


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And painkiller shots can hurt like hell. All I'm saying is that if I ever cut my thumb again I'll tell the nurse to just start stitching.


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So... um... allez les bleus-et-blancs‽


The dentist told me he'll have to cut through my gums, since the wisdom teeth haven't sprouted out.

And yeah, the anesthetics and the numbing they leave is just slightly annoying. I'd rather have that than a painkiller to the face.

Shadow Lodge

I just had mine out about a year ago.

You'll probably sleep through the whole procedure, wake up extremely groggy (bring someone else to drive you to get meds then home!), and spend the next few days in a drugged haze if you get anything near the level of the painkillers I was given. The pain will be less noticeable than the mouth full of gauze you'll need to stuff over the surgical points to soak up all the blood for the first couple of days.

After that the bleeding stops, at which point you can start to wean yourself off the high-voltage painkillers and on to stuff like Tylenol.

At least for me, the post-surgical pain was much, much more tolerable than the pain from the cavity-ridden teeth I had removed alongside the wisdom teeth. So there's that.


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Good morning everyone. I talked with Debbie my old store manager yesterday (evening time wise) and someone screwed up at my old job last night. That person mishandle a large transaction and is now unemployed. It's not final, but I could have my old job back by Tuesday. I'll may have to take a pay cut, but it will be 40 hours a week.


I beat Aberzombie to the board this morning. Rewards coming up.

Scarab Sages

Good morning FAWTLY Folk! Not so Happy Monday! Charlie was a little rat this morning. Also, craptastic weather supposedly on the way - probably FHDMs fault.

Scarab Sages

BluePigeon wrote:
Good morning everyone. I talked with Debbie my old store manager yesterday (evening time wise) and someone screwed up at my old job last night. That person mishandle a large transaction and is now unemployed. It's not final, but I could have my old job back by Tuesday. I'll may have to take a pay cut, but it will be 40 hours a week.

HUZZAH!

Scarab Sages

BluePigeon wrote:

I beat Aberzombie to the board this morning. Rewards coming up.

Congratulations! As for a reward - When the zombiepocalypse happens, I promise we'll eat you last.


Free breakfast for everyone.

Scarab Sages

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The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Am I the only one who regularly hears the term "Put the monkey back in the box" spoken in his house?
It could be worse. It could be "Put the monkey back in the box or it gets the hose again."

PUT THE F!+%ING MONKEY IN THE BASKET!!

Scarab Sages

And that's probably one of the weirdest things I've ever typed.


Checked the pollen count this morning and it looks like another week of saturation suicide if I meander outdoors. I need to wash the PT Cruiser as it has a fine layer of pollen on it.

I need to get my health card today as my old/new/old job requires that I touch food.

Scarab Sages

Icyshadow wrote:

The dentist told me he'll have to cut through my gums, since the wisdom teeth haven't sprouted out.

And yeah, the anesthetics and the numbing they leave is just slightly annoying. I'd rather have that than a painkiller to the face.

If you had the dentist I had as a child, then I would say "yes". That old bastard was a damned sadist. His favorite thing to tell a young child "Don't worry. This'll hurt you a lot more than it'll hurt me."


Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:

I beat Aberzombie to the board this morning. Rewards coming up.

Congratulations! As for a reward - When the zombiepocalypse happens, I promise we'll eat you last.

Awesome. Give me the time to build my zombie-proof fortress/death trap and stock up on guns, ammunition and all the unused propane canisters I can find.

Scarab Sages

BluePigeon wrote:

Checked the pollen count this morning and it looks like another week of saturation suicide if I meander outdoors. I need to wash the PT Cruiser as it has a fine layer of pollen on it.

I need to get my health card today as my old/new/old job requires that I touch food.

My wife has had bad allergies all her life, but has been getting treated for them for a couple of years now. It's done by a chiropractor down in Louisiana, so she only gets a treatment whenever we manage to get a trip down there.

The first thing they got rid of was her dog allergies. And it worked. It's been a few years and she hasn't had any problems with dog's since.

This past Christmas I think they took care of some of her pollen allergies. We'll know soon enough how well it worked, but based on past success I have high hopes. I'll try to remember to get the name of the treatment and pass it along, then you can see if anyone near you offers it.

Scarab Sages

BluePigeon wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:

I beat Aberzombie to the board this morning. Rewards coming up.

Congratulations! As for a reward - When the zombiepocalypse happens, I promise we'll eat you last.
Awesome. Give me the time to build my zombie-proof fortress/death trap and stock up on guns, ammunition and all the unused propane canisters I can find.

I am nothing, if not magnanimous.

Scarab Sages

Today, I shall contribute to the Green Ronin Freeport kickstarter.

Scarab Sages

All righty folks. That's enough interaction with my fine, blue-feathered friend. Time to get some stuff done.

As soon as I get another cup of coffee....


Orthos wrote:

I just had mine out about a year ago.

You'll probably sleep through the whole procedure, wake up extremely groggy (bring someone else to drive you to get meds then home!), and spend the next few days in a drugged haze if you get anything near the level of the painkillers I was given. The pain will be less noticeable than the mouth full of gauze you'll need to stuff over the surgical points to soak up all the blood for the first couple of days.

After that the bleeding stops, at which point you can start to wean yourself off the high-voltage painkillers and on to stuff like Tylenol.

At least for me, the post-surgical pain was much, much more tolerable than the pain from the cavity-ridden teeth I had removed alongside the wisdom teeth. So there's that.

...sounds promising.

Speaking of such, Kingmaker's almost up at War of the River Kings. We will be getting to that with my group this week!! =D


Today's Derp heresy session was cancelled... This means no apple pie that was promised for the session :(


I started working on my Wayfinder submission.

Shadow Lodge

Icyshadow wrote:
Orthos wrote:

I just had mine out about a year ago.

You'll probably sleep through the whole procedure, wake up extremely groggy (bring someone else to drive you to get meds then home!), and spend the next few days in a drugged haze if you get anything near the level of the painkillers I was given. The pain will be less noticeable than the mouth full of gauze you'll need to stuff over the surgical points to soak up all the blood for the first couple of days.

After that the bleeding stops, at which point you can start to wean yourself off the high-voltage painkillers and on to stuff like Tylenol.

At least for me, the post-surgical pain was much, much more tolerable than the pain from the cavity-ridden teeth I had removed alongside the wisdom teeth. So there's that.

...sounds promising.

For surgery, it's pretty tame. You'll be mostly back on your feet within three to four days. I had my surgery on a Thursday morning and was back to work the next Monday (though I did skip out on and sleep through church that Sunday). You'll be on a mostly-liquid diet for about a week, maybe ten days, after which you'll be able to move on to soft foods; you'll be able to go back to crunchy stuff sometime between two weeks to a month (your dentist will hopefully give you something more specific).

Scarab Sages

Weird - so I backed the Freeport Kickstarter for Green Ronin. I had completely forgotten there was one other kickstarter I had backed in the past, so I already had an account. Huzzah!


Aberzombie wrote:
Am I the only one who regularly hears the term "Put the monkey back in the box" spoken in his house?

No...

Silver Crusade

Drejk wrote:
My electric kettle gave up and finally stopped working. I had to buy a new one. Costed me two weeks of food allowance.

That sucks, Drejk :(


Morning... grumble grumble


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I have too many character concepts and not enough games to play them in.


Aberzombie wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Am I the only one who regularly hears the term "Put the monkey back in the box" spoken in his house?
It could be worse. It could be "Put the monkey back in the box or it gets the hose again."
PUT THE F#*!ING MONKEY IN THE BASKET!!

Do you know why he wears their monkey skins?


Creepy healer is pretty high on the list though...and would accomplish my goal of not having to be the party face.

...Actually, creepy healer that still manages to be the party face would be fuuuuun.

Silver Crusade

Morning, all. What did I miss?


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Scintillae wrote:
I have too many character concepts and not enough games to play them in.

I feel your pain...


Scintillae wrote:

Creepy healer is pretty high on the list though...and would accomplish my goal of not having to be the party face.

...Actually, creepy healer that still manages to be the party face would be fuuuuun.

lol! Go creepy healer. What makes them creepy, exactly?


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Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:

Creepy healer is pretty high on the list though...and would accomplish my goal of not having to be the party face.

...Actually, creepy healer that still manages to be the party face would be fuuuuun.

lol! Go creepy healer. What makes them creepy, exactly?

Mannerisms. I'm actually thinking of seeing what the party makes and making my character be the slightly senile creepy older relative that makes them uncomfortable in social situations. "DO YOU KNOW I STILL HAVE THAT GROWTH, BILLY?"

Silver Crusade

So, while the soda bread was a bit... heavy... for my taste, the corned beef and cabbage came out quite nicely.

Mmmmm. Leftovers.


I'm wondering if the party will just shoot it down outright.


Scintillae wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:

Creepy healer is pretty high on the list though...and would accomplish my goal of not having to be the party face.

...Actually, creepy healer that still manages to be the party face would be fuuuuun.

lol! Go creepy healer. What makes them creepy, exactly?
Mannerisms. I'm actually thinking of seeing what the party makes and making my character be the slightly senile creepy older relative that makes them uncomfortable in social situations. "DO YOU KNOW I STILL HAVE THAT GROWTH, BILLY?"

Rotfl.

Please play this guy. Please.


wanders in, finds a dark corner and settles into a comfy chair with a warm washcloth over her face

G'morning,FAWTLIES, I hope the rest of you have a less headachey, congestion-filled day than I'm having.

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