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Treppa wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

Celestial Healer and David M Mallon please pick up the white courtesy phone to receive a call from a "SPACE JESUS".

Celestial Healer and David M Mallon please pick up the white courtesy phone to receive a call from a "SPACE JESUS".
Please note that there are unlimited honey roasted peanuts in first class seating.
We thank you for flying Mass Effect Fawtl.
Psssst... Dern posted. Gir didn't. Need to page Lord Synos.

augh! Too late to edit the post!


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Or put on clothes!

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Why do you need to put clothes on?

I think I would want a kite that lights up though preferably from a flame thrower.


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If you back the kickstarter they might just let you.

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captain yesterday wrote:

The no. 2 saying in construction is it'll look worse before it looks better, but with me, It always looks better when i'm finished.

:-)

Wow I may have you do my yard as well, that looks really tranquil and zen


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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

The no. 2 saying in construction is it'll look worse before it looks better, but with me, It always looks better when i'm finished.

:-)

Wow I may have you do my yard as well, that looks really tranquil and zen

See? We get Rosita in on this as well and we can do "Captain Yesterday's California Bay Area Gardening Tour and Road Show" or some such.

And then put it on PBS so retired folk can watch young folk work...


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Orthos wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Orthos wrote:
How does my Legacy of Fire party deal with large groups of Pugwampis? Set them, and the beds they're camping on, and the ceiling, on fire, and then use the smoke to drive the giant spider out of the nearby tower.

Sounds like how my players dealt with pretty much the entirety of "The Whispering Cairn."

"Acid beetles? THROW BLANKETS ON THEM, THEN LIGHT EVERYTHING ON FIRE. NUKE THE TOMB FROM ORBIT."

Those beetles put my group - including my monk - on complete Yakety Sax mode, running around in circles while the sorcerer and rogue tried to kill them with basic spells and alchemist's fire.

I guess kiting is a thing in pen & paper games too...

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See? We get Rosita in on this as well and we can do "Captain Yesterday's California Bay Area Gardening Tour and Road Show" or some such.

That would totally be on channel 9 on a sunday afternoon


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That job was for the first president of Microsoft, it cost around a million dollars, twelve years ago, I didn't design it (but I can now, I have design training and software) I just installed it, every last pebble pretty much, the boulder fountain in those pictures was all mine, I'll get some more pictures on there, I've had issues with Apple Photo and photobucket compatibility, will work on that this weekend.

But yeah, I love doing that, can't wait until Tiny T-Rex is off to school so I can tear it up again, my talents are wasted where I'm working now.


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Not sure why I'm working tonight, 4 trainees are doing my busy work, at least I get hours, I guess.


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It's also that time of year where people think I will tell them and no one else what our thanksgiving day sales are if they're nice to me for a minute and a half and ask conspiratorial like.

As if I know, I'm just the muscle.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Tactics, forgive my rudeness, good to have you back and sorry to hear of the food poisoning.

I've no idea what you mean by "rudeness" - it's gone now, or I just haven't/won't see it -, but it's entirely forgiven, whatever it was. If I did anything to cause it, I'm sorry!

On an unrelated note: MST3K! Guys! Guuuuuuyyyyyyyyyysssss~!

EEEEMMMMMEEEEESSSSSSTTEEEEEEEETTTTHHHHRRRRREEEEEEEEKKKKAAAAAAAYYYYYY~!


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Eat yogurt! Your tummy needs new cultures. :-)


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2-4 inches now Friday night into Saturday morning, I don't have anywhere to be, so I hope it keeps going up. :-)

Silver Crusade

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Treppa wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

Celestial Healer and David M Mallon please pick up the white courtesy phone to receive a call from a "SPACE JESUS".

Celestial Healer and David M Mallon please pick up the white courtesy phone to receive a call from a "SPACE JESUS".
Please note that there are unlimited honey roasted peanuts in first class seating.
We thank you for flying Mass Effect Fawtl.
Psssst... Dern posted. Gir didn't. Need to page Lord Synos.

I posted promptly after FHDM's page, so it was accurate.

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Captain Yesterday, Brut Squad wrote:

It's also that time of year where people think I will tell them and no one else what our thanksgiving day sales are if they're nice to me for a minute and a half and ask conspiratorial like.

As if I know, I'm just the muscle.

Just lie.

"You know, we're just doing adult toys on Black Friday."


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We have those, but it's not what you would expect.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

The no. 2 saying in construction is it'll look worse before it looks better, but with me, It always looks better when i'm finished.

:-)

Wow I may have you do my yard as well, that looks really tranquil and zen

See? We get Rosita in on this as well and we can do "Captain Yesterday's California Bay Area Gardening Tour and Road Show" or some such.

And then put it on PBS so retired folk can watch young folk work...

I don't have a yard. Or anything else involving gardening.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

The no. 2 saying in construction is it'll look worse before it looks better, but with me, It always looks better when i'm finished.

:-)

Wow I may have you do my yard as well, that looks really tranquil and zen

See? We get Rosita in on this as well and we can do "Captain Yesterday's California Bay Area Gardening Tour and Road Show" or some such.

And then put it on PBS so retired folk can watch young folk work...

I have landscaping experience. Where do I sign up?


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Hell yeah!!

Silver Crusade

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David M Mallon wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

The no. 2 saying in construction is it'll look worse before it looks better, but with me, It always looks better when i'm finished.

:-)

Wow I may have you do my yard as well, that looks really tranquil and zen

See? We get Rosita in on this as well and we can do "Captain Yesterday's California Bay Area Gardening Tour and Road Show" or some such.

And then put it on PBS so retired folk can watch young folk work...

I have landscaping experience. Where do I sign up?

I can sign Johh up. And I can drink wine while you all do your landscaping.


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I made my own sauce to dip katsu in. It's not katsu sauce, but it's good. Start out mixing, like, one part honey and two and a half parts soy sauce, add a couple splashes of orange juice, some orange peel, and a good sized dose of smoked paprika. The sweet balances out some of the salty and the paprika handles the rest, and the smokiness adds a great complexity. Next time, I want to see how leaning on the orange juice instead of the honey works. Then again, I'm not sure if going heavy on the citrus in a smokier sauce is a good idea.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
I can sign John up. And I can drink wine while you all do your landscaping.

And you can sing to them to make the laborious hours fly.


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35 minutes until I'm done milking the clock, everything is done.

Super sweet cliche Jersey mom manager doesn't like Simon and Simon Doo Lady either.

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Tacticslion wrote:

On an unrelated note: MST3K! Guys! Guuuuuuyyyyyyyyyysssss~!

EEEEMMMMMEEEEESSSSSSTTEEEEEEEETTTTHHHHRRRRREEEEEEEEKKKKAAAAAAAYYYYYY~!

Backed it days ago =)


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Orthos wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

On an unrelated note: MST3K! Guys! Guuuuuuyyyyyyyyyysssss~!

EEEEMMMMMEEEEESSSSSSTTEEEEEEEETTTTHHHHRRRRREEEEEEEEKKKKAAAAAAAYYYYYY~!

Backed it days ago =)

I wanted to back it, but my funds were limited, so I instead backed Aethera* (Pathfinder... in... Space!!!) and Greater Rogue Glory (which didn't make it).

* If anyone is interested, they've only got 3 days left til the Kickstarter ends.


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I would open my wallet to show you the moths fluttering about, but honestly I'd rather they didn't escape, I may need to eat them before pay day arrives.


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So, some highlights of the recent times.

- I got Sans in an Undertale character quiz.

- Suffered of an art block. Most likely due to stress.

- Online D&D campaign has continued to be epic and hard to explain.

- Carrion Crown game scheduled for Saturday of this week. The trial continues as scheduled.

- Tomorrow is my last day of work at the library. However, a colleague suggested a place I could apply for!


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cool.


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Windows 10 to get a major update.


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4-7 inches now. :-)


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A true Hollow World. Or at least what one would look like.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

On an unrelated note: MST3K! Guys! Guuuuuuyyyyyyyyyysssss~!

EEEEMMMMMEEEEESSSSSSTTEEEEEEEETTTTHHHHRRRRREEEEEEEEKKKKAAAAAAAYYYYYY~!

Backed it days ago =)

I wanted to back it, but my funds were limited, so I instead backed Aethera* (Pathfinder... in... Space!!!) and Greater Rogue Glory (which didn't make it).

* If anyone is interested, they've only got 3 days left til the Kickstarter ends.

Will back. Love spelljammer, will never forgive forgotten realms for first infecting, then killing the setting.

[UC Gundam]Space...I want to go to space! [/UC Gundam]


captain yesterday wrote:
4-7 inches now. :-)

once it exceeds Freehold, the celebration will be on.


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Designing a Space Settlement.

Silver Crusade

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captain yesterday wrote:
4-7 inches now. :-)

Are we still talking about snow?


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Yes, though in hindsight I see where there might be a misunderstanding.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
4-7 inches now. :-)
Are we still talking about snow?

Are we ever?


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Treppa wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
4-7 inches now. :-)
Are we still talking about snow?
Are we ever?

~chuckles~ I wisely decided to not say anything.


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Well, if Y'all are gonna be like that, I won't tell y'all what the thanksgiving day sales are.

I'm also going to start saying y'all, a lot.

Shadow Lodge

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Absolutely nothing wrong with "y'all".


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You betcha then?


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Captain Yesterday, Brut Squad wrote:

Well, if Y'all are gonna be like that, I won't tell y'all what the thanksgiving day sales are.

I'm also going to start saying y'all, a lot.

Shiro's player grew up in Detroit, but most of his family is from Kentucky. He loves to tell us how Southern manners prevent his family members from ever saying anything mean about anyone, but, "Bless his heart" is code for, "What an idiot!"

So we found this very amusing, until I was waiting for a conference call on speakerphone. I happen to LOVE my company's call center, because it seems entirely populated by charming Southern women who love to chat with you while you're waiting for the conference to begin.

So I was joking with one such operator while NobodysWife was in the neighboring room on her computer. I said something, and the operator laughed and said, "Bless your heart!"

NobodysWife promptly lost it entirely and asked, "What did you DO to her?!?!"

At which point the operator, who heard the whole thing, also lost it entirely.

Apparently it's a very common code in the South.


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Another common thing, this time from the East Coast, is "secret deals" that only employees know about.

You never see it here in California except when tourists show up and demand to know what the "local deals" are.

And they get VERY offended when you claim you don't know of any.

Apparently shopping is a competitive sport back East...


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NobodysHome wrote:

Another common thing, this time from the East Coast, is "secret deals" that only employees know about.

You never see it here in California except when tourists show up and demand to know what the "local deals" are.

And they get VERY offended when you claim you don't know of any.

Apparently shopping is a competitive sport back East...

it is.

You should see CH'S Black Friday hash marks.


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Orthos wrote:
Absolutely nothing wrong with "y'all".

whats this "y'all" youse tawkin' bout?


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"Were ya/was he or she/must've been raised in a barn" is very popular up here, of course the answer being "yes" a good amount of the time is beside the point. :-)

Shadow Lodge

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NobodysHome wrote:
Apparently it's a very common code in the South.

Extremely so.

To the point that the only people you usually have to actually explain it to are the people who didn't grow up there.

Everyone else just knows.

Silver Crusade

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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Another common thing, this time from the East Coast, is "secret deals" that only employees know about.

You never see it here in California except when tourists show up and demand to know what the "local deals" are.

And they get VERY offended when you claim you don't know of any.

Apparently shopping is a competitive sport back East...

it is.

You should see CH'S Black Friday hash marks.

I hibernate on Black Friday.


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captain yesterday wrote:
"Were ya/was he or she/must've been raised in a barn" is very popular up here, of course the answer being "yes" a good amount of the time is beside the point. :-)

One of our wonderful friends had a grand old time exchanging offensive Christmas cards with us every year.

It all started one year when he sent us one of those uber-cutesy kids' cards showing a farmer with a chicken under one arm. Inside, he wrote the caption

Mildly offensive:

"Farmer John has a great big cock for you!"

So NobodysWife found the all-time winner with a card that showed Jesus exiting a house at night, and someone yelling from inside, "Jesus Christ! Close the door! What were you, born in a barn?!?!?"

We always loved that one. And our friends declared us "winners" because of it. (More likely they ran out of silly cards...)

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