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Tacticslion wrote:

Mass Effect has been mentioned.

Grumbling initiated:

DAGGUMIT MA 1, I RESET SIX DAGGUM HOURS BECAUSE YOUR TO ANAL-RETENTIVE "YOU MUST DO THINGS IN EXACTLY THE RIGHT ORDER OR ELSE LOSE STUFF"!

>:(

This is classic "great world-design, terrible* game-design" thing.

Fortunately, (most of**) the rest of the game is "great game-design"! Woo!

* Or at least really, really frustrating to me.
** Except for controlling the Mako. I... haaaaaaaaaaaaaaate. >:(

It's great for going forward and backward, but it reacts too sharply to turning...


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Drejk wrote:
It's great for going forward and backward, but it reacts too sharply to turning...

that's what she said.

while naked.


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also THIS SHOWER CURTAIN EXISTS AND I WANT IT


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I must say that I am so proud of myself for this ToP post that I will like myself.

Don't judge me!


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Not at all! It deserves a like.


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I tried to go to the competition.

But it was no contest.

Back at bonchon, the best...


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Two naked tops in a row... And both properly suggestive.

I'd call it a good night.

And probably go to my bunk sleep.


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checks box

This isn't a small, it's a medium...

BonChon remains awesome.


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Curses! no BonChon in the Midwest, just s~!~ty gross KFC*

*While KFC might be good other places, the two or three here are run by Meth heads and have cockroaches in the bathrooms:-(


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Harsh Midwest family b~!+*%!!

:
Holy crap i thought my family was harsh, my Wife's step-grandma passed away and no funeral and the family "lost" the paperwork for her to be buried next to my wife's grandfather, even tho her biological grandmother died when her father was an infant and she was married to her grandfather for 60 years.

Why is it families in the Midwest don't give a s*@@:-(

I'm glad i'm a hippy because not caring is no way to live, now excuse me i think i need to hug a tree.

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Drejk wrote:
If the slot was on the top, it might have been Atari 400/800 or 600 XL/800 XL, especially if the keyboard was black, but the top and back was grey/brown/tan/white. 65XE/130XE had cartridge slot in the back and were lovely shade of grey.

Yeah, it was black keys with a tan top as I recall.


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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Drejk wrote:
If the slot was on the top, it might have been Atari 400/800 or 600 XL/800 XL, especially if the keyboard was black, but the top and back was grey/brown/tan/white. 65XE/130XE had cartridge slot in the back and were lovely shade of grey.
Yeah, it was black keys with a tan top as I recall.

600/800 XL then.


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On a happier note my efforts to get Tammy the Lich published continue on:-)


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Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
the first consoles i owned were a gamecube and a gameboy advance, and so Pikmin and Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (originally for the SNES, ported for the GBA) were the first two games I played. I played Ocarina of Time shortly after that and Zelda was a huge fixture in my early childhood.

That reminds me-- I vaguely remember playing a GameBoy at some point in the mid-to-late 90s. Not sure if it was mine or my cousin's. It had some game with Mario in it, and the original Pokemon game, plus Tetris (AKA digital crack).


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captain yesterday wrote:
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
lynora wrote:
And for those who had a computer in the eighties I have nothing but jealousy.
A computer!??!!? Heck, I could BUY BEER in the 80's!
Yeah me too,with possibly the worst fake ID ever. I'm talking using an xacto knife to cut out numbers on that I typed and pasting it to my license
and that actually worked??
Our local 7-11 was not very discriminating and this was before M.A.D.D

A young TFY walks into 7-11 (voice cracking slightly): I would like some Beer please sir!

Clerk (eyebrow raised incredulously): You 21?

TFY (obviously nervous): No... Yes, yes I am!

Clerk (after ten seconds to him, an eternity to TFY smiles disarmly): Okay then, enjoy!

TFY (knees shaking in relief): Thank you sir.. we will sir!

"This guy is either going to think "Here's another kid with a fake ID," or "Here's McLovin, the 25-year-old Hawaiian organ donor."


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In other news, I'll be heading down to the land of the gutter possums (i.e. Brooklyn) next weekend to see one of my best friends before he moves to California.


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David M Mallon wrote:
In other news, I'll be heading down to the land of the gutter possums (i.e. Brooklyn) next weekend to see one of my best friends before he moves to California.

I'm not going to cali. I'm staying here...

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Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
hey does anyone know how the 'top poster on the page is naked' thing came about?

Moorluck and Aberzombie.

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;_;

Actual spoiler for Terry Pratchett's final book The Shepherd's Crown:
Dammit Terry you had to open with Granny Weatherwax dying? Seriously? Now I'm crying all over again and I'm not even a quarter into the book. I know I'm going to be a mess when I finish it but at this rate I'm going to be emotional through the whole story.


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His books must be pretty good because they're impossible to find used:-)

Tomorrow we go to get Tiny T-Rex his turtle shell, mask and sword for his TMNT halloween costume, this is the time of year when working at a toy store really starts to pay off:-D

Halloween is our favorite holiday by far, even mores then Christmas:-)


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David M Mallon wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
lynora wrote:
And for those who had a computer in the eighties I have nothing but jealousy.
A computer!??!!? Heck, I could BUY BEER in the 80's!
Yeah me too,with possibly the worst fake ID ever. I'm talking using an xacto knife to cut out numbers on that I typed and pasting it to my license
and that actually worked??
Our local 7-11 was not very discriminating and this was before M.A.D.D

A young TFY walks into 7-11 (voice cracking slightly): I would like some Beer please sir!

Clerk (eyebrow raised incredulously): You 21?

TFY (obviously nervous): No... Yes, yes I am!

Clerk (after ten seconds to him, an eternity to TFY smiles disarmly): Okay then, enjoy!

TFY (knees shaking in relief): Thank you sir.. we will sir!

"This guy is either going to think "Here's another kid with a fake ID," or "Here's McLovin, the 25-year-old Hawaiian organ donor."

I've never seen that movie, but i'm going to now! thanks that's hilarious!


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David M Mallon wrote:

For those of you who may be interested, this happened over the weekend...

My life is complete.

Finely got control of the computer to watch this, great job:-)


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Also could you link where i can find your CD again, i should have a few extra bucks this weekend:-)

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captain yesterday wrote:

His books must be pretty good because they're impossible to find used:-)

I actually got started on the series by picking some up at theused bookstore here. However after those i just gt them all on kindle.


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LordSynos wrote:
Mighty Pogonos wrote:
Aranna wrote:
Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
i wonder what style of beard would look best on me

I vote for no beard.

HERESY!!!
.... grows from idleness.

Heresy grows from being like a member of Monty Python?


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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Bah My first video game system was the Atari 2600

I had a Colecovision with an Atari adapter. Also a VIC-20 and a Commodore-64.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Cartridges, all the way!

Cartridges, 5" floppies, and cassette tapes. We were multi-media.


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Drejk wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

Mass Effect has been mentioned.

Grumbling initiated:

DAGGUMIT MA 1, I RESET SIX DAGGUM HOURS BECAUSE YOUR TO ANAL-RETENTIVE "YOU MUST DO THINGS IN EXACTLY THE RIGHT ORDER OR ELSE LOSE STUFF"!

>:(

This is classic "great world-design, terrible* game-design" thing.

Fortunately, (most of**) the rest of the game is "great game-design"! Woo!

* Or at least really, really frustrating to me.
** Except for controlling the Mako. I... haaaaaaaaaaaaaaate. >:(

It's great for going forward and backward, but it reacts too sharply to turning...

I had a lot of fun with the bobble head tank... well until I get stuck on a cliff somewhere I shouldn't have been driving.


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lynora wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
lynora wrote:

Didn't much care about that as I was in elementary school and more concerned with She-ra action figures at the time. :P

She-Ra was always the better one compared to He-man.

SHUT IT, I AM TOTALLY A MAN. >:(

(EDIT: for ninjas)

Hey, it's totally true. Adam was a dumbass who would never have got anywhere without the sorceress saving his butt all the time. Adora was a kick butt take charge girl who actually knew how to get stuff done.

Captain Teela.

An auburn haired Amazon in high heels and a very tight leotard fighting monsters.

The closest we will ever get to a cartoon version of Red Sonja.


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At the 24 hour grocery store, there's no one here tho except the stockers and one cashier, I was really hoping for some weirdos to comment on, oh well maybe next time. :-)


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There they are!

Saw some dude with the most preppy hair cut, golf shorts and literally the most epic handlebar mustache complete with at least half a pound of mustache wax.

Yes! That's why I love coming here :-)

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Morning FaWtL. I hope everyone is well and has a good day ahead. Just a little misty today, though threatening a bit wetter later on. I hope it's somewhat dry this weekend, the little one is down, and he has a lot more fun when we can get out and about. :)

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My first gaming console was a gameboy, probably back in '92ish. I'm sure my parents regularly regret it since then, because it was console to console to console and, eventually, to PC since then. I remember A Link to the Past, and some really frustrating other games. Some Home Alone one, and then a Batman one that I could never figure out the controls for. And a Tiny Toons platformer that actually got really difficult as you got farther in.


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LordSynos wrote:
And a Tiny Toons platformer that actually got really difficult as you got farther in.

has flashbacks

No buster, don't jump that far...you'll end up down the hole....why can't plucky just fly through the stage....dizzy...can't I use dizzy here? No..nooooooo I don't want to start from the beginning of the level!!!


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Twisted Metal was the first game I truly loved, but that's probably because I'd get really baked and go over to my friend Doni's house and wipe the floor with her little brother :-)

Man that was fun!


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Erik Mona was honored to meet me! :-D

Shadow Lodge

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Time for another episode of Orthos's Bizarre Dreams.

This one sounds like a story/book series idea. Anyone else here remember that one episode of Doctor Who where reality collapsed and the entire timeline was existing simultaneously? So you had Churchill hanging out in the Parthenon, guarded by Roman centurions, and using super-high-tech gadgetry?

Basically that as a story series. The "world where all times are happening simultaneously" was a sort of 4th-dimensional pocket-realm of Time Itself, and the people living there - plucked from countless different times in Reality - were sort of Time Agents: one part Doctor, one part Illuminati (they actually used the term Illuminati to refer to themselves at one point, and were irked that the prevailing rumor seemed to be that the Illuminati was out for world domination), one part Thursday Next's Time Police, one part Chrono Trigger. They'd travel from point to point on the timeline, righting wrongs and fixing errors, keeping track of the timeline and making sure things went as necessary, and that people wouldn't make massive changes to the past or anything.

The "main characters" as far as I could tell were a redheaded cyborg woman, a Renaissance duelist fellow, a Millennial-era hacker chick, and a guy whose era of origin was unknown but he was crazy good with animals.


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Earthquake in Chile, I hope Klaus is ok.


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There are mass protests here in Finland tomorrow, and they're going to stop all public transport (and other things) for the day. I'm going to have to find a way to get to work before that happens.


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Is that because of the immigration crisis?


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Icyshadow wrote:
There are mass protests here in Finland tomorrow, and they're going to stop all public transport (and other things) for the day. I'm going to have to find a way to get to work before that happens.

I'd give you a ride on my bike if I could.

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

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I just found out my brother-in-law died. My wife seems to be holding up pretty well.


I tried my darnedest to learn to tie a suebian knot but I can't seem to get it right. is my hair too thick or not long enough or what?


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Mike Welham wrote:

I just found out my brother-in-law died. My wife seems to be holding up pretty well.

damn. I'm sorry.

Silver Crusade

Freehold DM wrote:

I tried to go to the competition.

But it was no contest.

Back at bonchon, the best...

I hope you learned your lesson.

Silver Crusade

captain yesterday wrote:

Curses! no BonChon in the Midwest, just s%~@ty gross KFC*

*While KFC might be good other places, the two or three here are run by Meth heads and have cockroaches in the bathrooms:-(

I'm pretty sure they're all like that.

Silver Crusade

David M Mallon wrote:
In other news, I'll be heading down to the land of the gutter possums (i.e. Brooklyn) next weekend to see one of my best friends before he moves to California.

Lovecraft bar!


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Drejk wrote:
Earthquake in Chile, I hope Klaus is ok.

Thank you, man. Appreciated.

Other than a few broken cups and a cat so scared I still can't get him to move from under the bed, I'm in perfect condition. A Ravenloft book fell from the shelves right on top of me during the quake; wasn't sure if I was supposed to interpret that as a sign of impending doom, or that I have to run a game there.

The shake was 8.4 on the Richter scale and lasted for about 2 minutes; there were some six or seven aftershocks above 6.0 (3 above 7.0). The ground should keep moving for the rest of the week.

Though sadly there have been 8 confirmed deaths nationwide, damage was minimal.

Silver Crusade

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Mike Welham wrote:

I just found out my brother-in-law died. My wife seems to be holding up pretty well.

I'm sorry to hear this. I am sure she is glad you are there for her.


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Mike Welham wrote:

I just found out my brother-in-law died. My wife seems to be holding up pretty well.

That sucks man sorry!

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