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Fritzy, Flaming Bike Artillery wrote:
Yes sir, I'm on standby sir.

aim for the shield generator.


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I don't go to church, so I'm unfamiliar with our lingo. I know in Quaker "would you like to stay for the potluck" means "Run! Run as fast as you can, or die horribly. poisoned by a poorly cooked Zucchini Casserole"


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I can be naked if I want. I have not made my landing yet.


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Raise your hand if you have ever said the following phrase, or any other sentence along the same lines, while playing the Mass Effect series: "Holy shwowow, that is one hot piece of metal-plated alien hunk."


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I've never played Mass Effect.


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The Doomkitten wrote:
Raise your hand if you have ever said the following phrase, or any other sentence along the same lines, while playing the Mass Effect series: "Holy shwowow, that is one hot piece of metal-plated alien hunk."

>_>

<_<

leaves hand down


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captain yesterday wrote:
I've never played Mass Effect.

Play Mass Effect.

Your king demands it.


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Did they even make it for Xbox 360?


And who will nuke the wastes while I'm gone.


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KING FREEHOLD wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I've never played Mass Effect.

Play Mass Effect.

Your king demands it.

Well, I didn't vote for you.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Did they even make it for Xbox 360?

Yeah. Actually, the PS3 versions are all generally more buggy than the 360 versions. I believe all DLC is available for the 360 as well.


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begins consolidating power, in case a challenge for rule of Pillowtopia is made. Adds Throwpillow Arena to the western end. Just in case.


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KING, HUH? THAT'S CUTE...


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KING FREEHOLD wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I've never played Mass Effect.

Play Mass Effect.

Your king demands it.

Keep your hands off my s~$#.


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Meh.

The only King I follow isn't any of you guys.

(But Mass Effect is really good.)


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Oh god, even seeing a picture of

Mass Effect 3:

Mordin, Legion, Thane, Miranda, or Ashley

Is enough to make me tear up. Thank god I pumped my Paragon, or I would have been a depressed wreck.


Please, I have more mythic and deity aliases then both of you. Since we turned it into a competition.


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I will look into it though. :-)


Mythically Big Bad Wolf wrote:
Please, I have more mythic and deity aliases then both of you. Since we turned it into a competition.

Mine was never a competition. Merely a statement.

Dark Archive

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Was that me.


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I've never played Mass Effect. Maybe I pick up the 360 collection.


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If you do pick up Mass Effect, and you should, be sure to grab up the DLC, it is worth it.


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I will search for a game of the yearly century edition then.


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Why do children of alcoholics, who grow up seeing how their parents' lives are ruined by alcohol, start drinking? Especially when they have an older brother who constantly warns them that alcoholism is strongly genetic?

In other news, I sometimes really hate my brother.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Fritzy, Flaming Bike Artillery wrote:
Yes sir, I'm on standby sir.
aim for the shield generator.

Yes sir

Shadow Lodge

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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:

Why do children of alcoholics, who grow up seeing how their parents' lives are ruined by alcohol, start drinking? Especially when they have an older brother who constantly warns them that alcoholism is strongly genetic?

In other news, I sometimes really hate my brother.

Because some people simply will not take "no" for an answer until they come to the conclusion personally, which they may never reach.


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Brothers are a~!+%%&s. Sometimes.

I have seven brothers, so i could fill up ten pages b+#@$ing about this weekend alone. :-)

But i won't.


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Mythically Big Bad Wolf wrote:
Please, I have more mythic and deity aliases then both of you. Since we turned it into a competition.

{frowns disapproving at you both all three of you}


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looks at 290 aliases

Well, it's not an actual competition. :-D


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I don't know. I've never really gotten what people get out of drinking in the first place. I had to give up alcohol for medical reasons and my reaction was pretty much mild disappointment. I like the taste of some alcohol, but *shrug* it's not really a big deal. I took it way harder when I had to temporarily give up coffee. SO glad that wasn't permanent.

And I don't know about your family, but mine are all contrary as hell. So just because someone's been told something doesn't mean they won't take it as a dare to do the opposite....

Shadow Lodge

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lynora wrote:
I've never really gotten what people get out of drinking in the first place.

+1 =)

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Yeah, drinking never really did anything for me.


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This has been one of those days. The ones where I find myself having the not so internal debate about chocolate. As in, if I eat this chocolate, it will be bad for my blood sugar. If I don't eat this chocolate, it will be bad for my mental health. I think we all know how that debate ended. It was delicious.


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I drink once every few months to a couple years. I like to keep it infrequent enough so it's not a habit. :-)


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I'm underage, and my stepdad is a bartender, and has told me so many horror stories of how idiotic people act when they're wasted, or even buzzed. Plus, I don't plan on consuming any substance that alters my brain activity other than sugar. That includes caffeine.

Silver Crusade

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I certainly don't miss drinking

In other news
It's finger lickin good

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The Doomkitten wrote:
Plus, I don't plan on consuming any substance that alters my brain activity other than sugar. That includes caffeine.

I miss caffeine but have to avoid it for health reasons. Otherwise 100% agreed.


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coffee!!!!!


Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:

In other news

It's finger lickin good

o.O


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lynora wrote:
This has been one of those days. The ones where I find myself having the not so internal debate about chocolate. As in, if I eat this chocolate, it will be bad for my blood sugar. If I don't eat this chocolate, it will be bad for my mental health. I think we all know how that debate ended. It was delicious.

Switch to dark chocolate, it has far less sugar and a lot more of the stuff that makes it good for your body, mind and soul. Plus it tastes even richer.


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That's the thing - I avoid strongly caffeinated and/or sugary drinks, by and large, but I do like beer. However, I'm generally pretty sensible about it, so the chances of falling into a life of Vice, Crime and Ruin are slim.


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That can't actually be safe to lick can it.

Doesn't seem safe to me...


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The Doomkitten wrote:
Plus, I don't plan on consuming any substance that alters my brain activity other than sugar. That includes caffeine.
Orthos wrote:
I miss caffeine but have to avoid it for health reasons. Otherwise 100% agreed.

Yeppers!

I got the "pleasure" of watching my mother's family "benefit" from the tender, loving caress of the various vices of those kinds (some with one, some with the other, some with both). I also lived in Lithuania.

Between those two on-hand examples, I was very open to my parents "Never." policy, and have implemented it to a degree a number of my peers found weird. On the other hand, I've never been in quite a number of the bad situations that they've found themselves within.

So, from my experience, I'm golden without, and have more than enough examples of "Nope." in my life to guarantee that I'm uninterested.

That said, some of my in-laws engaged fairly responsibly (though my parent-in-laws raised their daughter - my wife - to be a teetotaler to nearly my degree, which even includes medicines, so... there's that, too).

Silver Crusade

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captain yesterday wrote:

That can't actually be safe to lick can it.

Doesn't seem safe to me...

I'm guessing Chinese equivalent of the FDA is not quite as stringent


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Yes, but you never know if you'll be sensible until you've started. I'm sure my idiot brother thought he would be. It's pretty foolish to start if you know you have a genetic predisposition.

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Seventy six million Americans, about 43% of the U.S. adult population, have been exposed to alcoholism in the family.

Almost one in five adult Americans (18%) lived with an alcoholic while growing up.

Roughly one in eight American adult drinkers is alcoholic or experiences problems due to the use of alcohol. The cost to society is estimated at in excess of $166 billion each year.

There are an estimated 26.8 million COAs in the United States. Preliminary research suggests that over 11 million are under the age of 18.

I'd cut him a little slack, Alcoholism is a cunning sneaky disease


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Orthos wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Orthos wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

... and also with you.

/religious-nerd-joke

Oh good, I'm not the only one to have that urge.
I don't but Scint tells me all the time that she has this problem.
In truth, as a Baptist, I don't have the actual urge (to say such)... but I have enough people in my life that do (notably my wife and all my in-laws on her side) that I do automatically hear it. :D

Yeah Scint is Catholic so it's reactionary for her.

Though she tells me that the wording has changed slightly in some recent years.

Catholicism and Star Wars don't mix that well, despite what Dresden Files would have you believe. Apparently, pointing out that Benedict XVI looks like Palpatine is a quick way to sit alone at college youth group dinner.


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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Quote:

Seventy six million Americans, about 43% of the U.S. adult population, have been exposed to alcoholism in the family.

Almost one in five adult Americans (18%) lived with an alcoholic while growing up.

Roughly one in eight American adult drinkers is alcoholic or experiences problems due to the use of alcohol. The cost to society is estimated at in excess of $166 billion each year.

There are an estimated 26.8 million COAs in the United States. Preliminary research suggests that over 11 million are under the age of 18.

I'd cut him a little slack, Alcoholism is a cunning sneaky disease

I know the AMA defines it as a disease, but unlike foreign pathogens or genetic disorders, one is self-inflicted... the disease itself is the predisposition for it to happen. For all I know, I probably would be alcoholic too - it's why I don't drink.


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Tacticslion wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
What? The church made a change? I don't know how to handle that.
There was a whole thing. A lot of the Latin was heavily re-translated for English, which caused quite a stir among certain groups of folks.

This also got me into trouble, mostly because my mom got sick of my dad and me making cracks about the Roman Missal sounding like an awesome idea for a weapon.

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