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Must resist... holding out.. for game of the year edition.. too many bugs now.. dislike playing games on computer... still tempting...


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Nakedness.

Nakedness never changes.


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Freehold DM wrote:
How does steam work again?

Well, you make water really hot...


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Fallout Rampage Cap'n Yesterday wrote:

Nakedness.

Nakedness never changes.

HANDS OFF MY KOOL AID, YESTERDAY!


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Holy s$#~, a daddy longlegs just took out a snake more than 1000 times it's size


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Freehold DM wrote:
How does steam work again?

You just do not blow it off.

~grin~

It is an online computer game sales place. Look up Steam games.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Holy s*@~, a daddy longlegs just took out a snake more than 1000 times it's size

Nice job spider! All my daddy long legs spiders ever caught were pavement ants... Now my spiders seem like under achievers.


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Freehold DM wrote:
How does steam work again?

(1) Install Steam

(2) Weep as it eats up all of your network bandwidth and hard drive space because... Steam!

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Sharoth wrote:
Steam is having a sale on Fallout 4. $41 for it.

It's €31.95 on Gaming Dragons, which is probably even less in USD.

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Freehold DM wrote:
How does steam work again?

Like others have said, go to the Steam website, download Steam, install it on your computer, create a profile, add friends/join Steam FaWtL, and then message me so I can give you a starter pack of games. :D

I'm taking you for a Hatoful Boyfriend kind of guy. xD

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Also, heyo FaWtLanteans! I hope everyone is keeping well, having a good week, and has a lovely weekend ahead. :)


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LordSynos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
How does steam work again?

Like others have said, go to the Steam website, download Steam, install it on your computer, create a profile, add friends/join Steam FaWtL, and then message me so I can give you a starter pack of games. :D

I'm taking you for a Hatoful Boyfriend kind of guy. xD

That's...that's a lot of games.

How do you join groups on Steam? I only ever installed it to get Civ V to run when I bought it at the store years ago.


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Just lost someone on my caseload that I have known for 14 years.

Damn. I'm gonna miss him.

May he rest peacefully.


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So sorry!


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The kid's bunk bed is on the way.

I can't wait to put it together, I hope it comes with instructions in French. :-)


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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:
LordSynos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
How does steam work again?

Like others have said, go to the Steam website, download Steam, install it on your computer, create a profile, add friends/join Steam FaWtL, and then message me so I can give you a starter pack of games. :D

I'm taking you for a Hatoful Boyfriend kind of guy. xD

That's...that's a lot of games.

How do you join groups on Steam? I only ever installed it to get Civ V to run when I bought it at the store years ago.

Let any of us who are members know what your Steam ID/username is and we can send you an invite.

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I'm pretty sure when you log in, you just go to the group's Steam page and there should be an option to join. Or you might need to get an invite from another group member, depending on the group permissions.

Though, they did add in something to stop spammers/scammers, where if you haven't spent at least... I think €5 in the Steam store itself, you can't add friends or join groups.


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I told my wife I need to workout more, and she recommended we do some workout videos on YouTube, but there's literally tens of thousands of options, so I don't suppose anyone has recommendations?

I prefer body weight stuff so I can learn the routine and do it anywhere, and I can't do high impact or interval cardio due to asthma, but I can do low impact cardio in target range. I used to do a lot of yoga until I got sick and then too lazy to get off my butt again, and bike riding until I got hit by a car and my bike was wrecked.

NH? You seem to be doing well, what's your routine? Anybody else?

I can't stand where I'm at. When I got married I gained 30lbs...became a vegetarian, lost 20, biked a lot, lost 20 more, got lazy, gained back 20, turned 30, gained another 15 over the years even though nothing changed habit wise. (Screw you slowing metabolism!)

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Freehold DM wrote:

Just lost someone on my caseload that I have known for 14 years.

Damn. I'm gonna miss him.

May he rest peacefully.

Very sorry to hear that, man. :(


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-10 to -20 degrees with windchill on tap for Saturday.

Please note, those are daytime temperatures.

And yes, I'm promptly sending it Freehold's way afterwards (sorry CH!).


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NobodysHome wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
How does steam work again?

(1) Install Steam

(2) Weep as it eats up all of your network bandwidth and hard drive space because... Steam!

I haven't had much trouble with either of those being devoured... now my wallet on the other hand.....


Aranna wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Holy s*@~, a daddy longlegs just took out a snake more than 1000 times it's size
Nice job spider! All my daddy long legs spiders ever caught were pavement ants... Now my spiders seem like under achievers.

For the record, there are about three creatures and a plant by that name - I think the ones we have in the U.S. is the opiliones - aka "the arachnid, but not spider" kind of things.

I'm on my phone right now, but I know in NC and GA they were clearly not spiders.

Just so we're all on the same biology page.


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Yes, but you don't have kids. :-)


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I wish I could partake in get fallout 4 but I have to be a responsible adult and can't purchase any new systems or a good enough computer.


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Great! I'm getting Ninja'd by everyone, anyone else want to give it a try....


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captain yesterday wrote:
Yes, but you don't have kids. :-)

This is true! And even if I did they wouldn't be on my computer ;)


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Professor Farnsworth, Scientist wrote:
Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Einstein was right.

Gravitational waves have been detected.

What does that mean for practical application?

It means we can say things like:

"Yo momma's so fat, we felt her sit down from a billion light-years away."

They also confirmed that gravity waves spread at the speed of light, so it was billion years ago.


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Yay for Havoc! Impeccable timing as always. :-D


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Orthos wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Yes, but you don't have kids. :-)
This is true! And even if I did they wouldn't be on my computer ;)

I said that, didn't work.


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Drejk wrote:
Professor Farnsworth, Scientist wrote:
Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Einstein was right.

Gravitational waves have been detected.

What does that mean for practical application?

It means we can say things like:

"Yo momma's so fat, we felt her sit down from a billion light-years away."

They also confirmed that gravity waves spread at the speed of light, so it was billion years ago.

Oh, sure just pile on! Now mama's fat and old!

Real mature guys!


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*must resist going through LordSynos steam games list again*


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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:

I told my wife I need to workout more, and she recommended we do some workout videos on YouTube, but there's literally tens of thousands of options, so I don't suppose anyone has recommendations?

I prefer body weight stuff so I can learn the routine and do it anywhere, and I can't do high impact or interval cardio due to asthma, but I can do low impact cardio in target range. I used to do a lot of yoga until I got sick and then too lazy to get off my butt again, and bike riding until I got hit by a car and my bike was wrecked.

NH? You seem to be doing well, what's your routine? Anybody else?

I can't stand where I'm at. When I got married I gained 30lbs...became a vegetarian, lost 20, biked a lot, lost 20 more, got lazy, gained back 20, turned 30, gained another 15 over the years even though nothing changed habit wise. (Screw you slowing metabolism!)

Remember that I did 7 years of martial arts, I work from home, and I have an extremely busy schedule. (The point of the martial arts being that I know enough stretches to stretch for 70+ minutes solid without repeating a stretch, and at the same time hit almost every tendon in 20 minutes or less.)

So my "routine" is to do a set of stretches every half hour while I work -- 5 minutes of stretching 25 minutes of working, 5 minutes of stretching, 25 minutes of working. That gets me in about half an hour of stretching before lunch. Then during lunch I go on a half-hour walk where I start off going straight up into the Berkeley hills at a brisk pace to get out of breath, then keep my pace up enough that my heart doesn't slow down.

Plus, I get to eat almost nothing.

Between-meal snacks are THE killer.

Plan 2 meals a day. Avoid any snacks. You'll lose weight.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Aranna wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Holy s*@~, a daddy longlegs just took out a snake more than 1000 times it's size
Nice job spider! All my daddy long legs spiders ever caught were pavement ants... Now my spiders seem like under achievers.

For the record, there are about three creatures and a plant by that name - I think the ones we have in the U.S. is the opiliones - aka "the arachnid, but not spider" kind of things.

I'm on my phone right now, but I know in NC and GA they were clearly not spiders.

Just so we're all on the same biology page.

Yea that photo you can see the distinct two section body spiders have which I believe the "daddy long leg" we have here lacks.

@CY: Your welcome :)


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Squeeee!


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Of course I failed that saving throw...


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But it was definitely failing forward...


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Or backward, as it is step into long gone past...


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My Lord Synos...

I have noticed that you have all the old X-COM games...


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Anyone hear of Daniel Jose Older.

The General got one of his books, Midnight Taxi Tango.

Just curious what to expect, quality wise. :-)


Drejk wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Aranna wrote:
I for one detest surfing on a tablet... specifically my iPad. BUT I can't beat the ability to surf from anywhere I want, so I do it anyway.
I'll be at home on my couch, with both my laptops on the table in front of me (that's where I store them), and I still browse the internet on my tablet instead of using them. Laptops are just so awkward and uncomfortable to use, and were only an improvement compared to desktops.
Tablet more comfortable for web browsing? Bluettooth mouse then?

No, I use the touchscreen. A mouse would be uncomfortable.


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Speaking of locational stuff. We here in Michigan have neat terms for the people living either north or south of the bridge. Those in the north are called Uppers (pronounced you-pers) and those of us living south of the bridge are called Trolls (because trolls are what live under the bridge. :)


Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Aranna wrote:
I for one detest surfing on a tablet... specifically my iPad. BUT I can't beat the ability to surf from anywhere I want, so I do it anyway.
I'll be at home on my couch, with both my laptops on the table in front of me (that's where I store them), and I still browse the internet on my tablet instead of using them. Laptops are just so awkward and uncomfortable to use, and were only an improvement compared to desktops.
Tablet more comfortable for web browsing? Bluettooth mouse then?
No, I use the touchscreen. A mouse would be uncomfortable.

Probably a suggestion for me. One I might actually try out sometime assuming such devices can be located.


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Aranna wrote:
Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:
Given women from Jersey are all witches, isn't that Irrisen?
Really?! All of them? That's sexist.

You should stop taking us seriously.


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Cap'n Yesterdays Winter Revenge wrote:

-10 to -20 degrees with windchill on tap for Saturday.

Please note, those are daytime temperatures.

And yes, I'm promptly sending it Freehold's way afterwards (sorry CH!).

Meanwhile, I'm not even wearing a jacket.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Aranna wrote:
I for one detest surfing on a tablet... specifically my iPad. BUT I can't beat the ability to surf from anywhere I want, so I do it anyway.
I'll be at home on my couch, with both my laptops on the table in front of me (that's where I store them), and I still browse the internet on my tablet instead of using them. Laptops are just so awkward and uncomfortable to use, and were only an improvement compared to desktops.
Tablet more comfortable for web browsing? Bluettooth mouse then?
No, I use the touchscreen. A mouse would be uncomfortable.

The words you are writing. They make no sense assembled like that.


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I'm wearing shorts. :-)


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NobodysHome wrote:

Plan 2 meals a day. Avoid any snacks. You'll lose weight.

I'll also lose sanity!


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Aranna wrote:
Speaking of locational stuff. We here in Michigan have neat terms for the people living either north or south of the bridge. Those in the north are called Uppers (pronounced you-pers) and those of us living south of the bridge are called Trolls (because trolls are what live under the bridge. :)

In the Bay Area, we reckon Oakland is a place where you go to get shot. Even though my childhood neighborhood in San Jose wasn't exactly lead free. We also aren't supposed to like Los Angeles much. It's dirty, full of arrogance and two-facedness, and people talk funny.


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Ya, you bet'cha, don't get me started on how folks from Californya tahk funny, Mildred jahst bout busted a gut! And right before da fish fry!

I tell ya what!


Drejk wrote:
They also confirmed that gravity waves spread at the speed of light causality that massless particals like light can travel at, so it was billion years ago.

Hm. 1.3 Billion light years is a really big distance.

Considering the universe is supposed to approximate at 13.82 billion years ago...

Interesting. They must have formed very early on.

Oh, hey: it looks like black holes formed with their own galaxies, so that's interesting. I didn't think they were able to form that quickly.

WELP. Deceptive almost-science in the article aside (no, it's not the gravity that traps the light, it's the collapse of- okay, you know what, nevermind), time to go back to mah learnin'...

Cap Yesterday, In Winter Denial wrote:
I'm wearing shorts. :-)

I'm not! :D

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