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Drejk wrote:

Do not drink with Poles. They will pump you with alcohol until you die. Or at least get sick. Especially during a birthday party.

I got some nice presents, though, including printed copy of Pathfinder Core Rulebook, home-made glass and some homebacked goodies.

Happy birthday!

I'm glad you didn't die from the alcohol intake.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Everyone was on drugs in the 80s.

Yeah, cocaine was an unofficial sponsor of most everything produced in the 80s.


David M Mallon wrote:
Pro tip: when you're out of deodorant, just use Lysol. No one will be able to tell the difference. Or so I keep telling myself.

It seemed to work for me the one time I noticed I forgot to use deodorant. Of course, this was back in 80s, so the Lysol might have been hallucinogenic.


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Freehold DM wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
My god. I was blitzed after a glass. After the bottle, I thought I could see my ancestors.
Y'all are a bunch of lightweights.
did I mention she makes rose wine in her bathtub at home?

Pfft... that's nothing. I grew up in redneck country. I've seen some s&&$.


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When I was a kid, my English teacher asked me to name two pronouns. I said, "who, me?"


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New blog entry.

15 followers, about 1 like per post. Not sure if I'm doing any good. Then again, my confidence has been waning lately due to sickness and general melancholy.


David M Mallon wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Do not drink with Poles. They will pump you with alcohol until you die. Or at least get sick. Especially during a birthday party.
Seconded. I've only gotten sick from drinking twice in my life. The second time was drinking with my Russian/Polish buddy two Christmases ago. We killed a quart of Rex Goliath, a pint of Jameson, and three pints of Russian Standard. I was completely f+%!ed, but Alex was completely fine.

You survived that encounter? It's still impressive.

Incidentally, I got a half-liter bottle of Jameson from a friend yesterday as a birthday present.


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Freehold DM wrote:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY DREJK!

(Why do I feel your birthday was already celebrated recently?)

The time is running too fast!


Icyshadow wrote:

New blog entry.

15 followers, about 1 like per post. Not sure if I'm doing any good. Then again, my confidence has been waning lately due to sickness and general melancholy.

You have about four time as many followers as me.


Rawr! wrote:
Drejk wrote:

Do not drink with Poles. They will pump you with alcohol until you die. Or at least get sick. Especially during a birthday party.

I got some nice presents, though, including printed copy of Pathfinder Core Rulebook, home-made glass and some homebacked goodies.

Happy birthday!

I'm glad you didn't die from the alcohol intake.

I am not drinking much.

Dammit, who put another shot in front of me?! Uh, well, it's cherry vodka... *gulp*


Drejk wrote:
Icyshadow wrote:

New blog entry.

15 followers, about 1 like per post. Not sure if I'm doing any good. Then again, my confidence has been waning lately due to sickness and general melancholy.

You have about four time as many followers as me.

Does my being an RSS follower count?

Also, Icy, I will have to remedy the situation of not following you.


Rawr! wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Icyshadow wrote:

New blog entry.

15 followers, about 1 like per post. Not sure if I'm doing any good. Then again, my confidence has been waning lately due to sickness and general melancholy.

You have about four time as many followers as me.
Does my being an RSS follower count?

(I assume that the RSS following does not show on the blog screen) Ok, three times as much.

Dark Archive

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Happy birthday Drejk!


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

yeah happy birthday!

unrelated is The Dress black and blue or white and gold;-p
sorry but i gotta know what others think my wife and i think differently and the kids are also undecided

for those who care what we think it is

:

My wife, son, daughter = Black and Blue

myself and my dad = white and gold

it has honestly been a quite perplexing and fascinating experience:-)
helps fight back against the winter blahs:-)


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captain yesterday wrote:

yeah happy birthday!

unrelated is The Dress black and blue or white and gold;-p
sorry but i gotta know what others think my wife and i think differently and the kids are also undecided

for those who care what we think it is

** spoiler omitted **

it has honestly been a quite perplexing and fascinating experience:-)
helps fight back against the winter blahs:-)

its kinda cool, so long as people don't get heated over it.


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Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

yeah happy birthday!

unrelated is The Dress black and blue or white and gold;-p
sorry but i gotta know what others think my wife and i think differently and the kids are also undecided

for those who care what we think it is

** spoiler omitted **

it has honestly been a quite perplexing and fascinating experience:-)
helps fight back against the winter blahs:-)

its kinda cool, so long as people don't get heated over it.

Yeah i could see how people might get worked up:-p

not us though, perspective and all:-)


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Black and blue.

Which also happens to be actual color scheme of the dress confirmed by its maker.

Seems that your eyes betrayed you captain.

Silver Crusade

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Has this birthday put you into a new age category? What new and terrible powers will the dragon unleash upon the poor unsuspecting poles.

The Exchange

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David M Mallon wrote:
When I was a kid, my English teacher asked me to name two pronouns. I said, "who, me?"

Ba... ... well played.


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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Has this birthday put you into a new age category?

Muahahahaha!

Quote:
What new and terrible powers will the dragon unleash upon the poor unsuspecting poles.

Complaining about your age, get off my lawn, those kids these days, bad back, and flirting with ladies half your age being completely legal (ok, actually I got that five years ago). Next year the last one should upgrade to flirting with ladies half your age being completely legal everywhere in the world (where flirting with unmarried women is legal at all).


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I can't find any magical holy symbols in the magic item list... Maybe I should write a few?


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I might also get two more damage dice to my cough breath weapon.


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Drejk wrote:

Black and blue.

Which also happens to be actual color scheme of the dress confirmed by its maker.

Seems that your eyes betrayed you captain.

it's white and gold dammit! flips table


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Among my presents I got a set of pathfinder dice (shattered star set). Which is funny because they are "Made in Poland". Q-Workshop will rule dice bags all over the world!

There is also a Pathfinder flip-mat (Tech Dungeon) being the first flip mat I have. We were using sheet of plastic with printed square grid that my friends got themselves a few years ago. It starts to get show its age because there are a few tears in the surface. It's still fully functional, though.

And an another friend who recently went into various high powered crafts made me a custom made glass by engraving a picture referring to my nickname on a latte glass.

Dark Archive

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White and gold, the maker lies! :P


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LordSynos wrote:
White and gold, the maker lies! :P

travels across the pond to flip tables with synos


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Maybe you should try to flip the dress instead?


RE: Dress

It's both, in my eyes - depends entirely on the time, my exhaustion level, and, most of all, the lighting and imagery it's taken within.

That said, the "actual" color insomuch as it "actually" has a color (cue the conversations about whether anything "actually" has a color, blah-blah, SCIENCE~!, blah) is definitively black and blue, whether or not a given individual would perceive it as such.

Hence, *FLIPS TABLE DRESS!*


GGGGGGRRRRRRRRAAAUUUUGGGHHHHHHH!!

Shadow Lodge

Really? We can't talk about politics, but we can talk about that damn dress?


Hey! I don't see any table-flipping, Mr. TOZ! That kind of attitude is completely unacceptable around here!


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Hey Water Boy! YOU'RE FIRED!


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TOZ wrote:
Really? We can't talk about politics, but we can talk about that damn dress?

sorry toz, I can't hear you over the sound of all this table flipping.


Wait, he needs a job, now? I know a guy...


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

*Looks across field of tipped cows*
Err, we dont have so many tables

Silver Crusade

Evening, all. What did I miss?

Silver Crusade

Almost to the end of Dragon Age: Inquisition. I have to decide what is next. Replay, or something else?

Silver Crusade

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I probably won't start anything new in March, though. Lots of travel coming up. Plus my Brahms concert (which I am stoked about - this is challenging in a good way).


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I'd love to see a game inspired by Final Fantasy Tactics Advanced with all the complexity (and more of it) of job system. Hopefully with even more options.


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Drejk wrote:
I'd love to see a game inspired by Final Fantasy Tactics Advanced with all the complexity (and more of it) of job system. Hopefully with even more options.

+1.

Join in, tactics, orthos.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Almost to the end of Dragon Age: Inquisition. I have to decide what is next. Replay, or something else?

Mass Effect.


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Haven't played it so really can't weigh in. I do like job system games though, played through FFV a few months back and dinking away slowly at Bravely Default right now.


It would have to be a PC game, though!


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Orthos wrote:
Haven't played it so really can't weigh in. I do like job system games though, played through FFV a few months back and dinking away slowly at Bravely Default right now.

in many ways bravely default is FFT and ffta on steroids.


Celestial Healer wrote:

I probably won't start anything new in March, though. Lots of travel coming up. Plus my Brahms concert (which I am stoked about - this is challenging in a good way).

DRINK BRAHMS' MILK CH!

Spoiler:
No, not in that way.

Spoiler:
Okay. Maybe in that way. but only if John says it is okay.


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Drejk wrote:
It would have to be a PC game, though!

Eh, less interested, unless it's playable with a console-style controller anyway, like the Steam ports of FF games.

Grand Lodge

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Freehold DM wrote:
in many ways bravely default is FFT and ffta on steroids.

One of these days I'll have the time to play it and can justify picking up the system for it.


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I really do have an amazing ability to say really dumb s##& to people...


Hmmm looks interesting....unfortunatly I do not have a DS.


Orthos wrote:
Drejk wrote:
It would have to be a PC game, though!
Eh, less interested, unless it's playable with a console-style controller anyway, like the Steam ports of FF games.

You take that back! Glorious PC Master Race über alles!

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