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*grumble-grumble*

Moronic ideas of moronic parliamentary parasites...

*grumble-grumble*

Don't mind me. I just consider going to England again but without coming back. At least until England grows equally stupid. Then I have no idea where I could move...


'Merica! (I think we're pretty neat in spite of our many, many flaws!)

((Besides, when you move to Ocala, FL, that means I get to game with you in person once my preemy-infant grows a bit more.))


Freehold DM wrote:
i..i..NO...I can't, I won't!

... let's try... again!

Tacticslion wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Interesting stuff, TL. I could almost not hate it.

>:)

Freehold DM wrote:
And this, I just like.

Muwahahahah~! Aaaaaalllll part of the plan...

* steeples fingers, tapping them together slowly *


Drejk wrote:

*grumble-grumble*

Moronic ideas of moronic parliamentary parasites...

*grumble-grumble*

Don't mind me. I just consider going to England again but without coming back. At least until England grows equally stupid. Then I have no idea where I could move...

Until?


Limeylongears wrote:
Drejk wrote:

*grumble-grumble*

Moronic ideas of moronic parliamentary parasites...

*grumble-grumble*

Don't mind me. I just consider going to England again but without coming back. At least until England grows equally stupid. Then I have no idea where I could move...

Until?

Situation is UK is still better than not as abysmally bad as in Poland when it comes to government stupidity. Lets say that if I would be opening a small business I would go to my parents in England instead of trying to do this here.


:(


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Limeylongears wrote:
Drejk wrote:

*grumble-grumble*

Moronic ideas of moronic parliamentary parasites...

*grumble-grumble*

Don't mind me. I just consider going to England again but without coming back. At least until England grows equally stupid. Then I have no idea where I could move...

Until?

Do we tell him about UKIP winning by-elections?


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I'll let you Brits decide. I have to go facepalm some more over the Sweden Democrats being upset that people keep investigating them at the same time that they have a secret editor-in-chief of their party newspaper...


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Not go into politics. Not go into politics. Not go into politics.


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Politics. Destroyer of friendships.

Shadow Lodge

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Yes, please no politics in FAWTL.

Silver Crusade

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Art!


Icyshadow wrote:

Grrr...

My boss gave me a minor rant due to some customer complaining about me.

I supposedly wasn't focusing on the customers enough, which is a load of bullcrap.

If there's one thing I've learned from spending a decade working on and off in the retail and service industries, it's this: f~~+ customers.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Ocala, FL

Florida? Oh dear...


David M Mallon wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Ocala, FL
Florida? Oh dear...

you should come to ny.


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Freehold DM wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Ocala, FL
Florida? Oh dear...
you should come to ny.

come to Wi, just not yet its cold as f*~*ing s+#+ and it isn't getting better anytime soon:(

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captain yesterday wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Ocala, FL
Florida? Oh dear...
you should come to ny.
come to Wi, just not yet its cold as f*~@ing s%!! and it isn't getting better anytime soon:(

and why didn't you give me this advice last week? ;-) I'm now on Watertown, WI and I'll wake up to single digits. I think I'm ready to head back to Texas.


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I'd rather be frozen in Wisconsin then warm in Texas;-) (although i'm not sure if Texas will be much warmer then us tomorrow) but yes the cold weather is starting to irk me just a little:-)

edit: i just found out from the NWS we aren't going to get above 0 degrees again until friday morning:(

hope you brought layers:-)


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Don't come to New York. Everyone I know is leaving New York. They probably have a reason for that.


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According to WebMD, the best treatment for winter allergy flare-ups is, and I quote, to "take more allergy medicine." Thanks, WebMD.


Like I always say, it always gets worse.


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RE: FL - I've lived in Lithuania. It be cold, there, yo. I gots my cold-cred down. (No, seriously, it's cold there. Mind, living there early post-Soviet Union when Eastern Europe was still trying to figure out what they were really like without the oppressive USSR meant learning how people had lived for the last fifty years with really bad heating in really cold weather. Hint: we were in the kitchen. A lot. (Also, I had really thick blankets instead of curtains in my room, which I oft abandoned for the warmth of family.))

... man, there are times I really miss my childhood!


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I may have donated my mittens to the children in the Baltic states back in the early 90:s.

And on another topic - finishing work 3-1/2 hour earlier than you're supposed to; very nice.

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Morning every-FaWtL! Hope everyone is well today, slept soundly last night, and has a lovely day ahead of them. Weather looks like it isn't going to change much this week, which ain't so bad. Now watch as my saying that brings the torrential rains. :P


Got sick leave due to headaches. Better make use of the time I have now!


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Lithuania? They tend to be colder than us. As far as I can tell. The usually coldest part of Poland is bordering Lithuania at least.


David M Mallon wrote:
Don't come to New York. Everyone I know is leaving New York. They probably have a reason for that.

I'm not leaving, and you know me.


Going to see Jupiter Ascending today.


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Tacticslion wrote:

RE: FL - I've lived in Lithuania. It be cold, there, yo. I gots my cold-cred down. (No, seriously, it's cold there. Mind, living there early post-Soviet Union when Eastern Europe was still trying to figure out what they were really like without the oppressive USSR meant learning how people had lived for the last fifty years with really bad heating in really cold weather. Hint: we were in the kitchen. A lot. (Also, I had really thick blankets instead of curtains in my room, which I oft abandoned for the warmth of family.))

... man, there are times I really miss my childhood!

sounds awesome.

You do indeed have cold-cred. I daresay you are my bro-berg.

berg-bump


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Freehold DM wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Don't come to New York. Everyone I know is leaving New York. They probably have a reason for that.
I'm not leaving, and you know me.

He said New York, NOT New York City. Two completely different things. It is like Georgia. There is Atlanta and there is the REST of Georgia. ~grins~


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I found notes from the last Pathfinder session.

Have I mentioned that, unless something prevents it, I am returning to GMing Pathfinder this Sunday?


Has anyone heard from Urizen, Kruelaid, Heathy, KaeYoss, Fake Healer, or any of the other missing Fawty people?

Shadow Lodge

Yes.


TOZ wrote:
Yes.

Three letters does not an answer make.

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And?


Drejk wrote:
Lithuania? They tend to be colder than us. As far as I can tell. The usually coldest part of Poland is bordering Lithuania at least.

Well, it is north of Poland! I'd imagine that Latvia is colder and Estonia colder still, but the only times I was able to visit those two countries they were both substantially warmer than we were, for some inexplicable reason (though Estonia wasn't that much warmer).

Nothing was as harsh as Belarus, however. Holy carp. That place was a frigid wasteland every time we went. And not in a good way! "Greetings, Lithuania! Nothing but sunny skies and exceedingly hot 60-degree weather, now that it's summer time - perfect for tank-tops and short-shorts! Meanwhile, on our adjacent border, nothing but six-foot snow drifts and a blizzard! Better not go out on the road today: there isn't one!" (said no radio-announcer ever, but that was a mild exaggeration of the experience)

And yeah: the two countries share a border, and more impressively share a national history! Although which one was "in charge" during that time is a matter of national pride and who you're talking to.

I remember how we used to boil water and pour it in the tub to get our hot baths. And pray that the clay piping didn't melt again, so we didn't have to call the (always-inebriated) "master plumber" to fix it. Guy was kind of a jerk.

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Tacticslion wrote:

RE: FL - I've lived in Lithuania. It be cold, there, yo. I gots my cold-cred down. (No, seriously, it's cold there. Mind, living there early post-Soviet Union when Eastern Europe was still trying to figure out what they were really like without the oppressive USSR meant learning how people had lived for the last fifty years with really bad heating in really cold weather. Hint: we were in the kitchen. A lot. (Also, I had really thick blankets instead of curtains in my room, which I oft abandoned for the warmth of family.))

... man, there are times I really miss my childhood!

sounds awesome.

You do indeed have cold-cred. I daresay you are my bro-berg.

berg-bump

*berg-bump*

Hahah! It helps that my windows were facing due north, where the polar winds came from.

I'm slowly being weakened by FL's oh-so-merciless sun. A decade will do that for ya...

I do hear they're doing much better, now. It was such a shock when I returned after five years and they had McDonalds! I mean, we had to deal with the ex-KGB-turned-mafia threatening the only Chinese place with bombs (and then setting them off). Five years later? Four Mickey-Ds, and a dozen different China places! Weird.

I mean - people were talking in the streets and everything! I couldn't have imagined it. It's pretty awesome.


Sharoth wrote:
Has anyone heard from Urizen, Kruelaid, Heathy, KaeYoss, Fake Healer, or any of the other missing Fawty people?

I've seen Fake Healer around not too long ago.

I've not seen KaeYoss in a long time, which makes me a little sad. Fun guy. (He grows on you.)


Drejk wrote:

I found notes from the last Pathfinder session.

Have I mentioned that, unless something prevents it, I am returning to GMing Pathfinder this Sunday?

AWESOME! Congrats!


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Also: DANG it, Orthos! I spent way, way, way too much time playing NWN today and dying to rats! *shakes fist* ;P


TriOmegaZero wrote:
And?

No


Sharoth wrote:
Has anyone heard from Urizen, Kruelaid, Heathy, KaeYoss, Fake Healer, or any of the other missing Fawty people?

Urizen and Heathy are alive, or at least posting on Facebook.


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Is it actually them....or has the machine taken them over?


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Tacticslion wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Lithuania? They tend to be colder than us. As far as I can tell. The usually coldest part of Poland is bordering Lithuania at least.

Well, it is north of Poland! I'd imagine that Latvia is colder and Estonia colder still, but the only times I was able to visit those two countries they were both substantially warmer than we were, for some inexplicable reason (though Estonia wasn't that much warmer).

Nothing was as harsh as Belarus, however. Holy carp. That place was a frigid wasteland every time we went. And not in a good way! "Greetings, Lithuania! Nothing but sunny skies and exceedingly hot 60-degree weather, now that it's summer time - perfect for tank-tops and short-shorts! Meanwhile, on our adjacent border, nothing but six-foot snow drifts and a blizzard! Better not go out on the road today: there isn't one!" (said no radio-announcer ever, but that was a mild exaggeration of the experience)

Presence of sea makes wonder to reduce harshness of the weather, to a degree. Even such splash of water as Baltic. Belarus got a short stick on this one. So do the large parts of Russia.

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And yeah: the two countries share a border, and more impressively share a national history! Although which one was "in charge" during that time is a matter of national pride and who you're talking to.

It's... complicated.


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Havoc XIII Shadowbinder wrote:
Is it actually them....or has the machine taken them over?

Ghost-bots?

Hmmm... Interesting idea... Construct (incorporeal)...


I was thinking more like SkyNet.


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Freehold DM wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Don't come to New York. Everyone I know is leaving New York. They probably have a reason for that.
I'm not leaving, and you know me.

Also, he's down with O.P.P. (Original Pinkie Pie)


Drejk wrote:
Quote:
And yeah: the two countries share a border, and more impressively share a national history! Although which one was "in charge" during that time is a matter of national pride and who you're talking to.
It's... complicated.

Oh, yeah it is. (As confirmed by the doctoral thesis-turned book that I got acquired from no less than four researchers. Naturally, it was - accidentally, mind - bound upside down, so that either the covers or the pages are facing "upside down" when you're reading it.)


The man behind the mask wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
And?
No

YES!


¿Que?


MYTHIC TOZ wrote:
The man behind the mask wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
And?
No
YES!

Maybe?

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