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Silver Crusade

Celestial Healer wrote:
Thursday night, after we booked our reception hall, John went to play in his Wallyball league and turned his ankle. Today the ankle was rainbow shades of purple. I finally prevailed on him to go to a clinic for an X-ray, but I am happy to report it is not broken. Nasty sprain though. Probably a torn ligament :(

I can sympathise, I have been the victim of 2 achilles tears and numerous sprains on my right ankle. Elevate it and keep ice on it till you can't take it

Silver Crusade

Do not walk around nekkid, this provides no support for the ankle


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Yeah I avoid Facebook as well. I would rather keep my private life private. If you know something about me it will be because I told you myself or someone close to me did.


wears funky robes

Yes my children! Avoid Facebook's siren song! Walk the path of Internet anonymity! Call your friends on the telephone! Talk to each other via conversations face to face! Don't watch cutthroat kitchen or agents of shield!


Watch out for the Facebook zombies! They are after you Freehold DM.


I love Agents of SHIELD, but have never seen Cutthroat Kitchen. Does this statement by Freehold mean it is also good?


Joss Whedon and Alton Brown are Gods. Freehold DM just refuses to worship them. ~GRINS~


Of course, Michael Bay's movies are only good because of the explosions. ~grins and runs~


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Sharoth wrote:
Of course, Michael Bay's movies are only good because of the explosions. ~grins and runs~

The writing really speaks to me.

Silver Crusade

Freehold DM wrote:

wears funky robes

Yes my children! Avoid Facebook's siren song! Walk the path of Internet anonymity! Call your friends on the telephone! Talk to each other via conversations face to face!

Amen to that, I'd also add when at dinner do not have your face buried in your smartphone. Last night the mrs. and I went out for some thai food and most of the restaraunt had folks with their faces buried in their phone, It was kind of sad


Quote:
Don't watch cutthroat kitchen

Don't listen to him it's awesome


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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Quote:
(i am the only one that's not on Facebook, it's well known).
You are not alone

You are in the Freehold tribe...

Facebook made itself worth the bother by getting me writing gig for the Green Ronin's Advanced Bestiary, when Owen posted a FB note that he is looking for freelancers for a project...


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I hath burnt this morning's bacon. I shalt fall on my sword at once.


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I have cleaned up approximately 2.3 metric f%~$tons of stuff today.


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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

wears funky robes

Yes my children! Avoid Facebook's siren song! Walk the path of Internet anonymity! Call your friends on the telephone! Talk to each other via conversations face to face!

Amen to that, I'd also add when at dinner do not have your face buried in your smartphone. Last night the mrs. and I went out for some thai food and most of the restaraunt had folks with their faces buried in their phone, It was kind of sad

smartphones are to be avoided, but are not banned from the dinner table whist dining out.

Babysitter may have quit mid shift/movie may suck/something involving alternate plans may occur.


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Sharoth wrote:
Joss Whedon and Alton Brown are Gods. Freehold DM just refuses to worship them. ~GRINS~

sneaks into Sharoth's house cuts power cords for all gaming devices


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Sharoth wrote:
Of course, Michael Bay's movies are only good because of the explosions. ~grins and runs~

gives all his pets laxatives


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Silly ranger... You don't cut open a magic circle until you make sure that the entity within is who it claim it is... Or at least you made a good deal with said entity...

Oh, well, the demon was thankful to my party spirit ranger and later granted him profane gift (a bit different than the one succubi offer: +2 profane bonus to one ability score, cold resistance 10, the demon can communicate telepathically with the ranger, scry on him, and teleport to him but not use suggestion which it does not have).


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It probed the ranger's memory about the recent events and will show itself in the future... Probably.


In the past the aforementioned ranger ventured at night into a barrow following visions of local spirits while under effects of sacred fungi (he's spirit ranger that uses hallucinogenic fungi to contact spirits of ancestors). The fact that the barrow contained spiritual remains of a dead gods of earth, worms, fungi, and decay is of little importance here of course. Not that local nomad champions occasionally entered that barrow to fight the vestige of the dead god and either perished or returned touched by that deity. The party followed him immediately when they learned that he entered the barrow which forced them to fight the vestige.


Rosita the Riveter wrote:
I hath burnt this morning's bacon. I shalt fall on my sword at once.

Oddsboddikins! 'Tis the only honourable thing to do. I salute you, with a waffle.


I don't care what the purists say, trainspotting is way more fun with San Francisco streetcars than at a freight yard. Not only do they come in all manner of bright paint job that make each its own thing, you can also ride them.


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The Frostmask. The unlikely ally or more likely minor enemy of the party sometime in the future...


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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

wears funky robes

Yes my children! Avoid Facebook's siren song! Walk the path of Internet anonymity! Call your friends on the telephone! Talk to each other via conversations face to face!

Amen to that, I'd also add when at dinner do not have your face buried in your smartphone. Last night the mrs. and I went out for some thai food and most of the restaraunt had folks with their faces buried in their phone, It was kind of sad

See, I would have to strongly disagree with this sentiment. (Not the anti Facebook sentiment. I'm all about saying no to Facebook. The anti phones at the dinner table sentiment is the one I disagree with.) As someone who has long been opposed to trying to engage in conversation while eating (Seriously, it's loud, I can't hear anything anyways, and let's face it, conversation while eating invariably leads to someone talking with their mouth full and that is utterly disgusting not to mention distracting from what they're saying. Not to mention my tendency to wildly gesticulate while I talk makes talking while eating a bad idea. Someone always ends up splattered with sauce because I forgot I was holding a fork.) I find phones at the dinner table to be a considerable upgrade from the previous books/magazines at the dinner table. There's lots less stuff competing with the plates for space. If my family wants to hang out and talk, we go out for walks or play a game or something. At the dinner table, we're just enjoying our food. It's not sad. It doesn't mean we have no human connection. But some of us would rather read a book on that small screen than try to shout at our dinner companions when we're out. :)

Edit: Sorry, but it's getting to be a bit of a sore point due to what feels like everybody and their brother complaining about the modern disconnection caused by cell phones. It's not you, it's that you're just that one last person who made the same exact comment.
I'll just leave this here.


I made a Rock-It Launcher, not impressed, it has no range whatsoever, i think i'll ditch it.


I have my problems with Facebook, but it did allow me to get in touch with a friend that I had lost contact with for almost 20 years.


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Fallout Rampage Cap'n Yesterday wrote:
I made a Rock-It Launcher, not impressed, it has no range whatsoever, i think i'll ditch it.

But what other weapon lets you kill enemies with teddy bears and toy cars?


I would like it better if the range weren't so terrible, on the plus side I devastated the Behemoth Mutant with my newly acquired Fatman, the visual alone was way worth it, with the mushroom cloud and the Behemoth limping out it, where I was waiting, my assault rifle already equipped.

Stupid Mutants, they all die the same way, explosively, in tiny pieces.

Rampage!!


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Dragon Age: Inquisition is probably the most mentally taxing game I've ever played. I feel like I need a spreadsheet to keep track of all the s#$& I need to do.


I went to the grocery store for a turkey leg or maybe thigh, then promptly forget what I needed. And the butcher people were closed anyway. So I faffed about in wine, but I had two bottles in my messenger bag and one at home already, so that's a non-starter. But then I saw it. Two for one orange rolls, and only two cans left. Aw. Yesh.

Oh, and I got a big bottle of vegetable oil. I don't know why the weight of that and the wine on one shoulder isn't unbearable, but it isn't.


David M Mallon wrote:
Dragon Age: Inquisition is probably the most mentally taxing game I've ever played. I feel like I need a spreadsheet to keep track of all the s%#@ I need to do.

It's not that different from Mass Effect just all laid out on a map. My big issue is that I can't play it without internet... Still waiting to see why I can't get internet where I moved to...


What's an orange roll?


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Freehold DM wrote:
What's an orange roll?

These.


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Oh Freehold...


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Might get an inch this weekend, which is really more of a warning shot to make sure we have our collective s~#! together. :-)


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Yay!

Hulu added more Steven Universe!


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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Also I am adding this bundle of joy to the mix

That seems like a good addition. :)


OK, so this weekend, the least of my issues was dealing with a flu-like bug.

My grandmother passed away yesterday. She had Alzheimer's for 10 years (at least), so I already "lost" her in a sense, but it was sad to find out about her death. By all accounts, she passed peacefully.

My wife has a kidney infection, and she was almost admitted to the hospital on Saturday. The antibiotics don't seem to be helping, so I think I'll be driving her there in the very near future.

So, bleh.


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I hope it goes well!
I'll be thinking of you. :-)


Rawr! wrote:

OK, so this weekend, the least of my issues was dealing with a flu-like bug.

My grandmother passed away yesterday. She had Alzheimer's for 10 years (at least), so I already "lost" her in a sense, but it was sad to find out about her death. By all accounts, she passed peacefully.

My wife has a kidney infection, and she was almost admitted to the hospital on Saturday. The antibiotics don't seem to be helping, so I think I'll be driving her there in the very near future.

So, bleh.

That must be why I dreamed last night of a badger swarming with ear mites. Lots of things biting you right now. Sorry to hear it. Hang tough.


Rawr! wrote:

OK, so this weekend, the least of my issues was dealing with a flu-like bug.

My grandmother passed away yesterday. She had Alzheimer's for 10 years (at least), so I already "lost" her in a sense, but it was sad to find out about her death. By all accounts, she passed peacefully.

My wife has a kidney infection, and she was almost admitted to the hospital on Saturday. The antibiotics don't seem to be helping, so I think I'll be driving her there in the very near future.

So, bleh.

I am sorry to hear that. I hope that your wife feels better soon. Alzheimer's does suck. You have my sympathy on that one.


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Treppa wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
What's an orange roll?
These.

jaw drops, rushes out of thread to purchase


Rawr! wrote:

OK, so this weekend, the least of my issues was dealing with a flu-like bug.

My grandmother passed away yesterday. She had Alzheimer's for 10 years (at least), so I already "lost" her in a sense, but it was sad to find out about her death. By all accounts, she passed peacefully.

My wife has a kidney infection, and she was almost admitted to the hospital on Saturday. The antibiotics don't seem to be helping, so I think I'll be driving her there in the very near future.

So, bleh.

Dang, that sucks. Sorry to hear that.

Hope your wife feels better soon.

Silver Crusade

Positive waves, badger!


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Limeylongears wrote:
Hum ho. Dumped again.

Boo! Hiss! Down with this sort of thing.


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Rawr! wrote:

OK, so this weekend, the least of my issues was dealing with a flu-like bug.

My grandmother passed away yesterday. She had Alzheimer's for 10 years (at least), so I already "lost" her in a sense, but it was sad to find out about her death. By all accounts, she passed peacefully.

My wife has a kidney infection, and she was almost admitted to the hospital on Saturday. The antibiotics don't seem to be helping, so I think I'll be driving her there in the very near future.

So, bleh.

So sorry to hear this. Hope your wife gets better fast.

Silver Crusade

Rawr! wrote:

OK, so this weekend, the least of my issues was dealing with a flu-like bug.

My grandmother passed away yesterday. She had Alzheimer's for 10 years (at least), so I already "lost" her in a sense, but it was sad to find out about her death. By all accounts, she passed peacefully.

My wife has a kidney infection, and she was almost admitted to the hospital on Saturday. The antibiotics don't seem to be helping, so I think I'll be driving her there in the very near future.

So, bleh.

That is some tough stuff, Hope the wife gets better

Silver Crusade

Rawr! wrote:
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Also I am adding this bundle of joy to the mix

That seems like a good addition. :)

I am putting it in the mines, I can't wait to see their looks when this thing comes rolling down the hall


Treppa wrote:
Oh Freehold...

its...beautiful....


Rawr! wrote:

OK, so this weekend, the least of my issues was dealing with a flu-like bug.

My grandmother passed away yesterday. She had Alzheimer's for 10 years (at least), so I already "lost" her in a sense, but it was sad to find out about her death. By all accounts, she passed peacefully.

My wife has a kidney infection, and she was almost admitted to the hospital on Saturday. The antibiotics don't seem to be helping, so I think I'll be driving her there in the very near future.

So, bleh.

damn. I'm sorry man. May your grandmother rest peacefully.

Here's hoping your wife mends soon.

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