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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
I want NEED to be part of this game!

stick me in a y-wing.


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I'll pilot it naked, yes. The extra hull rating will protect me.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Thanks Freehold!

The kids absolutely love We Bare Bears. Tiny T-Rex is especially good at being Ice Bear

You know Garnet sings the opening theme, right?


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You make an alias to crack a rules joke and my phone decides it should be my default alias for some reason. :-\


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Sounds like somebody's got a case of the Mondays.


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You need a Brass Thing, then.


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If I drank, this would be drinking kind of day. Instead, chocolate.


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Kidlet is learning how to bake, so today I taught him how to make a flourless chocolate cake. The cake is already gone. It was delicious. :)


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I am currently exceedingly suspicious of Cartoon Network. Releasing actually good shows? Featuring a show that deals with gender and LGBT relationships?! BRINGING BACK POWERPUFF GIRLS!!!

WHAT SORCERY IS THIS?!

Next they'll bring Genndy back, resurrect Mako, and start Samurai Jack up again...


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Everybody's telling me that the new Power Puff Girls is horrible.

I can't hear them over the roar of the generator that's powering my Ultra X-Treme Nostalgia Goggles.


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The Doomkitten wrote:

Everybody's telling me that the new Power Puff Girls is horrible.

I can't hear them over the roar of the generator that's powering my Ultra X-Treme Nostalgia Goggles.

hugs Doomkitten

Grand Lodge

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I've been a bad person the last day or two, it seems.


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I was said they didn't have the narrator. But they brought him back! And... holy crap, don't care what you say, it's great! Not as mind-blowing as the original (still can't get over daddy juice, and the social that was a social commentary on radical feminism), but that still puts it head-over-shoulders over most other cartoons.


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TriOmegaZero wrote:
I've been a bad person the last day or two, it seems.

Ohhhh, ToZ!

What have you done?


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As long as they have Mojo Jojo.

Shadow Lodge

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Oh, you know. The usual.


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I was at a meeting of an rpg that took place in a gaming pub R'lyeh, with lots of gaming paraphernalia thrown around. I found an old issue of Magia i Miecz magazine containing my adventure to Fading Suns.

In another issue one of friends found a short Winnie The Pooh RPG and declared that she would want to play that, with multiple people agreeing, though there were no consensus who would play Eeyore, as everyone would wanted to be him. One of his skills? "Blacksight" (which is a Polish word for extreme pessimism).

Later, when we were leaving I stated that I wonder if the rain will catch me on my way back which prompted responses that I indeed could play Eeyore.

And then I got caught in extreme torrential downpour and returned home totally drenched. In fact I was so drenched that my phone drowned in my pocket. At the moment it turns on and off but I don't think I can do anything beyond getting a new one. Nevermind I was trained to be low level technician for Samsung. I don't have tools (ok, my screwdrivers should do), I don't have parts, and I don't have instructions... I was just a smart monkey ape taught how to change easily exchangable parts for new ones.


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Dammit, Gav, quit making me headbang to songs about games I don't play/are horrible.


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Yes, it does. And he's great. I think they have most of the original voice actors, too.


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My screwdrivers don't fit. No opening of the phone...


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Drejk, if you have a bag of rice, put both the phone and battery separated into the bag and leave it overnight, it should be cool after that. :-)


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captain yesterday wrote:
Drejk, if you have a bag of rice, put both the phone and battery separated into the bag and leave it overnight, it should be cool after that. :-)

Spoiler:
In England they had to put a phone and its battery in a bag of potatoes with a shot of vodka, there were so many Poles working at the mobile phone servicing company I worked for...

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lynora wrote:
If I drank, this would be drinking kind of day. Instead, chocolate.

Good substitute!


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captain yesterday wrote:
Drejk, if you have a bag of rice, put both the phone and battery separated into the bag and leave it overnight, it should be cool after that. :-)

Actually, the proper solution I was taught to this problem was "mark it as out of warranty" (the warranty expired years ago regardless of water damage, I have this phone for about 8 or 9 years now, maybe 10). If the owner wants to have it repaired at his expense, send it to level 3 technician - an in-company equivalent to leaving it in a bag of rice...


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Another likely casualty of the evening might be the boots I was wearing...

This is a not good time to replace a phone and a pair of boot.

At least I have two other pairs of boots, though I don't know how long they will last.


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I've been getting more recognition at work, as well as a slight uptick in hours (working now, two days in a row).

I'm suspicious.


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They might want something from you...

Like asking you to... work *gasp* or something?!


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No. Generally, recognition of competence in a retail job is immediately followed by being expected to do more work and be more responsible (in the meaning of becoming a better bullseye for blame) for little or no increase in pay. Or worse, getting "promoted" into a salary managerial position with longer hours... which actually decreases per hour wages.

Far better to fly nap of the earth, avoiding notice by doing the job without drawing attention.


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thegreenteagamer wrote:

Eight years married today. Totally the best choice ever.

I don't even understand those people who b@@@! and moan about their marriages. I completely cannot comprehend that.

Happy anniversary!


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Kidlet is outdoing himself today. After we baked and ate the cake, he went to the store and used some of his birthday money to buy flowers for me. My favorite kind too. And then he helped me make dinner. He's a really sweet kid sometimes. My day doesn't even suck now. That totally cheered me up after the unpleasant drama of having to kick my former bestie out of my game.


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Really grooving on the American Authors album. New music is a happy thing. :)

Also, I don't care if you tell me that my taste in music sucks. I have eclectic taste in music. I like a little bit of everything, so everyone ends up telling me that eventually. :P


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Evidently there is a s~~&load of Pokemon outside of work.

At least according to all the a!~*%!~s loitering outside.

Time to get the hose I guess.


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I don't like the game. I tried. It just kinda sucks.


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If I stay up a bit longer I will be able to go to shop and buy myself something to eat.


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Or I could go to sleep and when I get up go to closer shop...


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Captain Yesterday, Brut Squad wrote:

Evidently there is a s$+$load of Pokemon outside of work.

At least according to all the a+%~$$+s loitering outside.

Time to get the hose I guess.

it puts the lotion in the basket.


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Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:

No. Generally, recognition of competence in a retail job is immediately followed by being expected to do more work and be more responsible (in the meaning of becoming a better bullseye for blame) for little or no increase in pay. Or worse, getting "promoted" into a salary managerial position with longer hours... which actually decreases per hour wages.

Far better to fly nap of the earth, avoiding notice by doing the job without drawing attention.

No one told me this when I went salaried...

Still if I could find a way to get less hours then it is good money.


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I love my niece but
Me : "Where are you going?"
Niece: "I have to find this Pokemon." she replies as she goes wandering away holding her phone.
Me : "I didn't know you played Pokemon?"
Niece: "I don't."
Me : "..."


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The General found out it was free right before bed, it's only a matter of time.

Dark Archive

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The greatest sci fi movie never made.


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Still claim that would be Lord of Light. But, sounds fantastic.


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I have to admit, I'm greatly appreciating Pokemon Go just because I'm seeing teenagers who were unbelievably lazy getting out and about. For example, one of my players insists that he HAS to get a ride home to get 8 VERY short (150' or so) blocks, and mopes when he doesn't get one.

The day Pokemon Go came out, he walked around 10 miles, all over Albany, catching Pokemon. At the end of our last gaming session, he insisted on walking home in the hopes of catching some Pokemon along the way.

Getting kids out and exercising? Can't complain about that!

On the other hand, my kids reported that his dad was playing Pokemon Go while driving them home.

Adults should never be trusted with portable devices.


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Cheater! You're not supposed to drive!

for the record, I've had this alias for a long time, I'm truly ahead of my time. Or was that behind the times...


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The convention went insane the day Pokémon go came out.

Absolutely insane.

They had to remind convention goers of the Skywalk to keep them out of traffic. Then the sky walk had an almost illegal number of people on it.

Ugh. You young people and your social gaming.


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#LawfulGoodProblems

On our trip, even though we had a ridiculous budget, we were very meticulous about tracking expenses, to the point that our cash added up perfectly, and over the course of 7 days we managed to miss... 1 transaction.

So I was comparing our expenses from recorded receipts against our credit card statement, and learned that somehow the lounge in the Grand Californian managed to miss a charge ($19.26 plus a $3 tip). I can easily see how it happened; both NobodysWife and I are very gregarious, and spend a lot of time chatting with the barristas and bartenders, so perhaps someone else accidentally picked up the receipt, or the bar*** forgot to pick it up and file it wherever.

And I feel guilty about it.

If I still had the receipt, I'd send in a check. But I don't. So I have to suffer the guilt of getting drinks for free.

*SIGH*. Chaotic Neutral people never have these problems.


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Freehold DM wrote:

The convention went insane the day Pokémon go came out.

Absolutely insane.

They had to remind convention goers of the Skywalk to keep them out of traffic. Then the sky walk had an almost illegal number of people on it.

Ugh. You young people and your social gaming.

LOLOL. Am I not a decade older than you or so? I'll be turning 50 next year...


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Programming my own text-based adventure today!

Debugging my own text-based adventure today!

Staring incoherently at the computer after two nights with no sleep today!

Also, I remembered that they slid in a Mortal Kombat reference in one of the new PPGs.


thegreenteagamer wrote:
I don't like the game. I tried. It just kinda sucks.

Don't like it because people are screaming about how Valor is better than Mystic every time I walk into a room.

Dark Archive

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Traitor!


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Then did the New Starters come before the Supervisor, and they spake with one voice.

"O Captain", quoth they, "What rainment must we wear when we labour in thy service?"

And the Supervisor answered them, saying: "Robes of white mayest thou wear; also robes of scarlet, robes of purple and robes of divers hues. With whatsoever garment thy heart desireth mayest thou clothe thy bodies, e'en as thy voices are sent out to the four corners of the earth via the medium of analogue telephony"

Then up and spake one of the New Starters; quoth she: "Then I shall wear the Pants of Sweat, that do clingeth to me as the vine doth cling to the slopes of Mount Sphandekh, and also the Bra of Sports, that is wrought of the skin of that rare beast named Lycra, or Bouncy Penguin. Thus shall I be inspired to perform Great Feats of Acrobatics, and also display my Enviable Tattoos, e'en as my voice is sent out to the four corners of the earth via the medium of analogue telephony"

And the Supervisor waxed wroth, saying: "I meant not that -"

But the New Starters answered: "With thy lips did thou shape those words; with thy tongue did thou utter them, saying that we might wear whatsoever garments our heart desireth, and thou canst no more take them back than the bird might sport in the depths of the ocean, or the fish make merry amongst the clouds"

And the Supervisor could make no reply to this, merely saying, "So Mote It Be", remarking privily afterwards that she was not running an Academy for those who might dance around a pole, to the Glory of the Author of Lusts.

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