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Maybe they branch out into alternate realities? A reality that is permanent for every dream? Now that is a cool concept...

EDIT: *clothes disappear in a puff of magic*

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Excuse me, I need to get a bathrobe.

*runs off*

My parents would KEEL me if they saw me like this.


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I'm hoping to milk this one thru the winter.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

Man did this weekend get away from me.

Tempted to call in sick tomorrow, but I have Friday off from the main job due to pope visiting and so much work to do.

I feel the same way about this weekend...

this upcoming weekend?


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The Doomkitten wrote:

Maybe they branch out into alternate realities? A reality that is permanent for every dream? Now that is a cool concept...

EDIT: *clothes disappear in a puff of magic*

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Excuse me, I need to get a bathrobe.

*runs off*

My parents would KEEL me if they saw me like this.

god I hope not! A lot of my dreams are awful and mostly realistic at the same time.


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Command console sparks, sputters

Dammit power fluctuations due to Monday! Activating fire surpression!

lock on warning light comes on

Angle deflector shields! Evasive manuvers! Pattern delta, tango 5!

Freehold shakes, shudders

Shields holding at 52%! Lets not take another one of those, helm! Engineering, what is our status?

comm silence

Engineering, respond?!

comm silence

Dammit! Initiating self repair protocols! If we can make it to 5:00, we'll be good!


i hate how my stuff randomly goes missing. constantly. all the time. at the most unexpected times. even if that thing didn't leave my room or my pocket.

Silver Crusade

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I found out that one of my ex's friends who I used to see all the time died of an overdose of prescription painkillers. I hadn't seen him in probably 8 years, but it's still jarring. He was a nice guy, and younger than me.

Silver Crusade

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

Man did this weekend get away from me.

Tempted to call in sick tomorrow, but I have Friday off from the main job due to pope visiting and so much work to do.

I feel the same way about this weekend...
this upcoming weekend?

No last weekend, silly! This weekend is going to be Fawesome if Shiny is around.

Also, like you, it looks like I may be excused from coming into the city on Friday on account of the papal visit.


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God, I miss watching Buffy without knowing what's coming ahead.

Even if I consider seasons 6 and 7 noncanon.


Also very sad


that I finished


season 8 of Doctor Who so quickly.


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yay. I think I have bronchitis again. And maybe a sinus infection. Sadly, it is not unexpected.


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This should keep the germs at bay.


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Cap'n Yesterday, Not a Communist wrote:
This should keep the germs at bay.

Yes, a beheading WOULD keep the germs away.

Silver Crusade

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Sharoth wrote:
Cap'n Yesterday, Not a Communist wrote:
This should keep the germs at bay.
Yes, a beheading WOULD keep the germs away.

Just be aware of the side effects.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
I found out that one of my ex's friends who I used to see all the time died of an overdose of prescription painkillers. I hadn't seen him in probably 8 years, but it's still jarring. He was a nice guy, and younger than me.

damn. I'm sorry.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Cap'n Yesterday, Not a Communist wrote:
This should keep the germs at bay.
Yes, a beheading WOULD keep the germs away.
Just be aware of the side effects.

I would try to head them off.


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*Men in black show up*

Sharoth, poster on FaWTL, you have just have committed a pun crime. You do not have the right to remain silent, and attorneys won't find you where we're taking you.

*disappears with Sharoth into the shadows.*

Silver Crusade

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Sharoth wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Cap'n Yesterday, Not a Communist wrote:
This should keep the germs at bay.
Yes, a beheading WOULD keep the germs away.
Just be aware of the side effects.
I would try to head them off.

Side effects of beheading may include:

Inflammation
Difficulty breathing, speaking, or swallowing
Lack of sensation in arms and legs
Uncontrolled bleeding
Loss of consciousness
And death

Contact your doctor if you experience any of these symptoms.


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Uh, yeah nobody move! I misplaced my head, it's large and serpentine! It's hard to get ahead without it.


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Oh! I know where you can get a head *mutter*of the Judgement line*mutter*! Right through this portal!

Shadow Lodge

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The Doomkitten wrote:

*Men in black show up*

Sharoth, poster on FaWTL, you have just have committed a pun crime. You do not have the right to remain silent, and attorneys won't find you where we're taking you.

*disappears with Sharoth into the shadows.*

Man, you guys have been slacking, Scint's puns are a lot worse and a lot more numerous and either no one ever nabs her or she escapes all the time.


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I'm not sure I can wrap my head around that.


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Yeah to be honest I'm having trouble making head or tails there.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
This weekend is going to be Fawesome if Shiny is around.

And here I was thinking I'd gotten rid of that nickname for good...


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It's a damned conspiracy!


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Possums, yo. Possums.


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Savith wrote:
Oh! I know where you can get a head *mutter*of the Judgement line*mutter*! Right through this portal!

You want a head? I can get you a head, believe me. There are ways, Dude. You don't wanna know about it, believe me.


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Walter Sobchak wrote:
Savith wrote:
Oh! I know where you can get a head *mutter*of the Judgement line*mutter*! Right through this portal!
You want a head? I can get you a head, believe me. There are ways, Dude. You don't wanna know about it, believe me.

Yeah, but Walter...


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The Dude Lebowski wrote:
Walter Sobchak wrote:
Savith wrote:
Oh! I know where you can get a head *mutter*of the Judgement line*mutter*! Right through this portal!
You want a head? I can get you a head, believe me. There are ways, Dude. You don't wanna know about it, believe me.
Yeah, but Walter...

Hell, I can get you a head by 3 o'clock this afternoon... with chronic halitoses. These f$*!ing amateurs...


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All this talk is making me hungry, maybe some head cheese...


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Be careful or someone will brain you. Just do your own skull work.

Shadow Lodge

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Now now, everyone, let's not get ahead of ourselves.


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Yes?

Did someone call my name?

Oh dear Headley, you appear to be getting ahead of yourself, it's okay, keep it together, no one can hear me think this.

... s%*%!


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Sharoth wrote:
Be careful or someone will brain you. Just do your own skull work.

sounds like somebody's got a case of the Mondays, perhaps tomorrow you should get a head start.


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That didn't go over your heads did it.


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Orthos wrote:
The Doomkitten wrote:

*Men in black show up*

Sharoth, poster on FaWTL, you have just have committed a pun crime. You do not have the right to remain silent, and attorneys won't find you where we're taking you.

*disappears with Sharoth into the shadows.*

Man, you guys have been slacking, Scint's puns are a lot worse and a lot more numerous and either no one ever nabs her or she escapes all the time.

Oh, you sound like my third hour.


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Also.


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You go that way and I'll go this way and we'll head them off at the pass see!


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I will just nose my way in.


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Is it normal for people to be on their phones all the time checking their messages when you're trying to spend time with them, or am I just really boring?

This is what happens when all of your friends are 10+ years older than you. I don't know how anything works, and I can't figure out how to interact with people my own age.


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Sharoth wrote:
I will just nose my way in.

*Mumbles forlornly and incoherently about hearing someone mention cocaine*

Silver Crusade

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David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
This weekend is going to be Fawesome if Shiny is around.
And here I was thinking I'd gotten rid of that nickname for good...

It's a work in progress.

Silver Crusade

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David M Mallon wrote:

Is it normal for people to be on their phones all the time checking their messages when you're trying to spend time with them, or am I just really boring?

This is what happens when all of your friends are 10+ years older than you. I don't know how anything works, and I can't figure out how to interact with people my own age.

My mom has started doing that. She's 62. I called her out and told her she's worse than a teenager.

Silver Crusade

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I had a dream about our very own Treppa last night. I was rehearsing some sort of choral work (I think it was meant to be by Bruckner) and Treppa was playing the piccolo in the orchestra. There was a passage with two piccolos playing a really staccato line, but the other player was on the other side of the orchestra, and they couldn't get the sound together. Treppa was getting really frustrated and I was trying to tell her it would be okay, but was also trying to convince the conductor to move the other piccolo player closer.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:

Is it normal for people to be on their phones all the time checking their messages when you're trying to spend time with them, or am I just really boring?

This is what happens when all of your friends are 10+ years older than you. I don't know how anything works, and I can't figure out how to interact with people my own age.

My mom has started doing that. She's 62. I called her out and told her she's worse than a teenager.

My dad does this while he's driving. He's 55.

Not sure which is scarier-- that, or if it's a lady friend, and you're on a date.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
I had a dream about our very own Treppa last night. I was rehearsing some sort of choral work (I think it was meant to be by Bruckner) and Treppa was playing the piccolo in the orchestra. There was a passage with two piccolos playing a really staccato line, but the other player was on the other side of the orchestra, and they couldn't get the sound together. Treppa was getting really frustrated and I was trying to tell her it would be okay, but was also trying to convince the conductor to move the other piccolo player closer.

You know what they call a piccolo duet?

Spoiler:

Two piccolos too many.


David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:

Is it normal for people to be on their phones all the time checking their messages when you're trying to spend time with them, or am I just really boring?

This is what happens when all of your friends are 10+ years older than you. I don't know how anything works, and I can't figure out how to interact with people my own age.

My mom has started doing that. She's 62. I called her out and told her she's worse than a teenager.

My dad does this while he's driving. He's 55.

Not sure which is scarier-- that, or if it's a lady friend, and you're on a date.

At a cafe the other evening, I passed two tables of seniors who never looked up from their phones.


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The Doomkitten wrote:
  • Cats. So many cats. There is no such things as too many cats, though.
  • Incorrect. One cat is too many. Multiple cats is insanity. And not the good kind.

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