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This is how I may have to pay bills after 3 years w/o stable employment.

<takes off clothes>


Solnes wrote:

Good Morning FawtL's! So I see Kirk told you guys about our big summer move. :) Im very excited. Its a whole new ball game for me. No more retail. Ill be doing payables and apprentice accounting.

My new boss is very agreeable and laid back. So much so that I am to write my two year contact myself and he will tweak it if he feels it needs it. I was hoping you could help me Sebastian.. if you have some time. I have no idea how to even begin. This request for advice is not limited to the pony.. in case any of you other professionals have a few spare minutes :)

wooooooooohooooooooo


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You hope that people will pay so you just put the cloth back on? :P


I seriously named a class object mrShiny in class just to do a programming exercise for practice. At least I got it to work without many mistakes yay inehertiance bineg easy. Although the Friday lecture is on polymorphism.

Silver Crusade

Holy crap this day is kicking my ass. I started off in such a good mood.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Holy crap this day is kicking my ass. I started off in such a good mood.

fires shoulder mounted beam cannons into CHs day


hi everyone


Heya Aeglos. How's the weather in Deutschland?


I don't know what weatehr is in Germany but here in southern Poland weather was warm and beautiful... Until I went for a walk and it started raining. No big deal, only a little water falling down from sky but exactly when I wanted to make a longer walk.


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I live in the American Southwest and I love a good rain or lightning storm. Safely inside a house mind you, but i love them none the less.


finally a bit warmer but rainy, around 15*C 60*F
weekend shall be even warmer and sunny

Shadow Lodge

BluePigeon wrote:
I live in the American Southwest and I love a good rain or lightning storm. Safely inside a house mind you, but i love them none the less.

AMEN.

I've told people offline several times that if nothing else the skies in Tennessee are full of a lot more natural art than the rather inexpressive skies of Arizona, but that goes completely out the window when a thunderstorm comes. The lightning art you get out of a good desert storm is really incomparable to anything elsewhere.

During a normal rainstorm or just a generally cloudy sky, though, Tenn's clouds are a lot more interesting to look at. Phoenix really only got three flavors: clear skies, wispy thin clouds, or flat grey overcast.


Should I eat whole liter of icecream now or should I leave half (ok, a bit less than half) for later? Decisions, decisions, why adult life involves such difficult decisions?

Silver Crusade

Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Holy crap this day is kicking my ass. I started off in such a good mood.
fires shoulder mounted beam cannons into CHs day
My Voicemail System wrote:
You have - 8 - new voice messages...

Try harder, FHDM.

RPG Superstar 2012

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Drejk wrote:
Should I eat whole liter of icecream now or should I leave half (ok, a bit less than half) for later? Decisions, decisions, why adult life involves such difficult decisions?

Save it for later as a reward for saving it for later. :)


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The storms last night hippity-hoppitied all around the area but missed us. Our sirens went off three times and it did rather sound like a train once, but we stayed in the basement so don't know what was going on overhead. I was afraid my computer was a casualty of the sudden power outages but it seems to be better now.

The good news is that it's now in the 40's instead of the 80's - much better temp for the folks doing the cleanup of wreckage and trees.

Shadow Lodge

Glad to hear you guys are okay.


Orthos wrote:

AMEN.

I've told people offline several times that if nothing else the skies in Tennessee are full of a lot more natural art than the rather inexpressive skies of Arizona, but that goes completely out the window when a thunderstorm comes. The lightning art you get out of a good desert storm is really incomparable to anything elsewhere.

During a normal rainstorm or just a generally cloudy sky, though, Tenn's clouds are a lot more interesting to look at. Phoenix really only got three flavors: clear skies, wispy thin clouds, or flat grey overcast.

Weird, weather's really bi-polar this side of the Grand Canyon. I've been to Arizona twice, once in Aveondale for NASCAR and in Scottsdale near ASU. Great times in the center of Phoenix. Ever been to the Claimjumper. Great restaurant.

Silver Crusade

Orthos wrote:
Glad to hear you guys are okay.

+1


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I need to get away from media. Right now, I'm looking for antidepressants right now. And some other psychotropic medication to tranquilize the voices in my head.

Shadow Lodge

BluePigeon wrote:
Orthos wrote:

AMEN.

I've told people offline several times that if nothing else the skies in Tennessee are full of a lot more natural art than the rather inexpressive skies of Arizona, but that goes completely out the window when a thunderstorm comes. The lightning art you get out of a good desert storm is really incomparable to anything elsewhere.

During a normal rainstorm or just a generally cloudy sky, though, Tenn's clouds are a lot more interesting to look at. Phoenix really only got three flavors: clear skies, wispy thin clouds, or flat grey overcast.

Weird, weather's really bi-polar this side of the Grand Canyon. I've been to Arizona twice, once in Aveondale for NASCAR and in Scottsdale near ASU. Great times in the center of Phoenix. Ever been to the Claimjumper. Great restaurant.

I passed Claim Jumper frequently in my years out there. For six months it was on the way to work for me, and we went by it pretty regularly any time we were in downtown Tempe. But I never did once actually eat there.

If I ever get a chance to re-visit (which I need to - a friend out there has all my gaming books!) I might have to make a point of stopping by.

RPG Superstar 2012

Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Glad to hear you guys are okay.
+1

Agreed!


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I hate driving. I really hate driving.

I reeeeeally hope I do well enough on this stupid interview tomorrow to make up for the eternity spent on tiny highways.

The Exchange

Freehold DM wrote:
Moorluck wrote:

Okay I'm having GM's block.

I have a water elemental NPC that is pseudo romantically involved with the party bard, but I can't think of a good name for him. Anybody got any good suggestions?

I love the way you think.

Well she did go to great lengths to free him from the pocket dimension he was trapped on.

Silver Crusade

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Moorluck wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Moorluck wrote:

Okay I'm having GM's block.

I have a water elemental NPC that is pseudo romantically involved with the party bard, but I can't think of a good name for him. Anybody got any good suggestions?

I love the way you think.
Well she did go to great lengths to free him from the pocket dimension he was trapped on.

Are we still talking about water elementals?

I was distracted by this amorous encounter involving "freeing things of great length from pockets".

The Exchange

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Celestial Healer wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Moorluck wrote:

Okay I'm having GM's block.

I have a water elemental NPC that is pseudo romantically involved with the party bard, but I can't think of a good name for him. Anybody got any good suggestions?

I love the way you think.
Well she did go to great lengths to free him from the pocket dimension he was trapped on.

Are we still talking about water elementals?

I was distracted by this amorous encounter involving "freeing things of great length from pockets".

*facepalm*

I walked into that one didn't I. :P

(Water Elementals do have complete control of their bodies forms....)

The Exchange

Considering that she should soon find a way to communicate with him/it/her, I fear she may ask "What's your name?"

Sadly the first thing that comes to mind is a superLAME variant of "Aqua". :S

The Exchange

Nen(Persian), "ancient waters".
Troy(Irish), "water".
VARUNESH(Indian),“lord of water”.
ANMAR(Arabian),“clean water”.

Hmmm, I like these but can't decide.


taig wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Should I eat whole liter of icecream now or should I leave half (ok, a bit less than half) for later? Decisions, decisions, why adult life involves such difficult decisions?
Save it for later as a reward for saving it for later. :)

Is it later enough for me to eat it?

The Exchange

Drejk wrote:
taig wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Should I eat whole liter of icecream now or should I leave half (ok, a bit less than half) for later? Decisions, decisions, why adult life involves such difficult decisions?
Save it for later as a reward for saving it for later. :)
Is it later enough for me to eat it?

It's always a good time to eat.


Maybe as an elemental it does not have a concept of name and the honor of naming it will fall to the character?


Orthos wrote:

I've told people offline several times that if nothing else the skies in Tennessee are full of a lot more natural art than the rather inexpressive skies of Arizona, but that goes completely out the window when a thunderstorm comes. The lightning art you get out of a good desert storm is really incomparable to anything elsewhere.

During a normal rainstorm or just a generally cloudy sky, though, Tenn's clouds are a lot more interesting to look at. Phoenix really only got three flavors: clear skies, wispy thin clouds, or flat grey overcast.

Shame on you!

Arizona (or simply the Sonora Desert) has some of the most beautiful sunsets and sunrises you will ever see. Those wispy clouds are magic during dawn and dusk.


Too late for poor icecream... They are on my plate now.

My fridge would not be cold enough to keep them through the night anyway...


A US congressman states there are really big chances of removing need for visas for Poles...

PaizoCon, here I come!

*checks his wallet*

Or maybe not.

The Exchange

Culinary report, Grilled PB>Grilled PB&B.

Shadow Lodge

ebon_fyre wrote:
Orthos wrote:

I've told people offline several times that if nothing else the skies in Tennessee are full of a lot more natural art than the rather inexpressive skies of Arizona, but that goes completely out the window when a thunderstorm comes. The lightning art you get out of a good desert storm is really incomparable to anything elsewhere.

During a normal rainstorm or just a generally cloudy sky, though, Tenn's clouds are a lot more interesting to look at. Phoenix really only got three flavors: clear skies, wispy thin clouds, or flat grey overcast.

Shame on you!

Arizona (or simply the Sonora Desert) has some of the most beautiful sunsets and sunrises you will ever see. Those wispy clouds are magic during dawn and dusk.

The problem with sunrises is they require you to be awake to appreciate them =P

No excuse for missing the sunsets but being lazy though.


Orthos wrote:
ebon_fyre wrote:
Orthos wrote:

I've told people offline several times that if nothing else the skies in Tennessee are full of a lot more natural art than the rather inexpressive skies of Arizona, but that goes completely out the window when a thunderstorm comes. The lightning art you get out of a good desert storm is really incomparable to anything elsewhere.

During a normal rainstorm or just a generally cloudy sky, though, Tenn's clouds are a lot more interesting to look at. Phoenix really only got three flavors: clear skies, wispy thin clouds, or flat grey overcast.

Shame on you!

Arizona (or simply the Sonora Desert) has some of the most beautiful sunsets and sunrises you will ever see. Those wispy clouds are magic during dawn and dusk.

The problem with sunrises is they require you to be awake to appreciate them =P

No excuse for missing the sunsets but being lazy though.

but I like getting up early.


Pervert.

:P

Silver Crusade

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Drejk wrote:

A US congressman states there are really big chances of removing need for visas for Poles...

PaizoCon, here I come!

*checks his wallet*

Or maybe not.

Huh. I am surprised that Poland was not on the visa waiver program already. Well it should be! And that will put you one step closer. Next step: plane ticket.


Poland was considered for long time but we do not meet requirements set by current US laws: IIRC too much % of visa applications is rejected, too much people stays beyond their visa expiration.


Now, some of the congressmen supporting waiving visas for Poland hope that it will be done along the reform of immigration system.

Liberty's Edge

So apparently I've been booted off the bill the day before the show. Why do I even f&#~ing bother?

Silver Crusade

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S+*#, Shiny :( Any reason? Are they rescheduling? Do we need to break some legs?

The Exchange

The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
So apparently I've been booted off the bill the day before the show. Why do I even f@~@ing bother?

What the hell brother?


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Shiny, that is some b*~%&+!&. CH and I are closest and I don't have work in the morning, just tell me whose knees need to be inverted.

The Exchange

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Yo kick him, yo kick him right now!

The Exchange

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taig wrote:
Moorluck wrote:

Okay I'm having GM's block.

I have a water elemental NPC that is pseudo romantically involved with the party bard, but I can't think of a good name for him. Anybody got any good suggestions?

Gloob McCracken?

O.o

Liberty's Edge

Basically, the girl booking the show got talked into taking me off the bill because I'm not *punk* enough. Yeah, I know, right?

Liberty's Edge

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I feel this song is applicable.

Lyrics:
You're not punk, and I'm telling everyone.
Save your breath, I never was one.
You don't know what I'm all about.
Like killing cops and reading Kerouac.

My enemies are all too familiar.
They're the ones who used to call me friend.
I'm coloring outside your guidelines.
I was passing out when you were passing our your rules.
One. Two. Three. Four.
Who's punk what's the score?

Got a friend. Her name is Boxcar.
Cigarettes and beer in El Sob.
Her hair was blue, now it's green.
I like her mind. She hates the scene.

My enemies are all too familiar.
They're the ones who used to call me friend.
I'm coloring outside your guidelines.
I was passing out when you were passing our your rules.
One. Two. Three. Four.
Who's punk what's the score?

RPG Superstar 2012

Moorluck wrote:
taig wrote:
Moorluck wrote:

Okay I'm having GM's block.

I have a water elemental NPC that is pseudo romantically involved with the party bard, but I can't think of a good name for him. Anybody got any good suggestions?

Gloob McCracken?
O.o

It's a perfect name!

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