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Yes it is. But in this case a full spool of seven conductor, 10 guage wire crashing onto the finger is not good for it.

*edit* nekkid dismemberment yay!!!!

That came out better in my head

Shadow Lodge

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At least it didn't crash onto something ELSE.


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TOZ wrote:
At least it didn't crash onto something ELSE.

But there was no reason for anything else to be exposed at work.


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No, no it's not.

Sorry, no fun, i'm a landscaper so i've had and seen my fair share of injuries, nothing that bad though.

Could've been worse i guess. :-)


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Too hot up here.

Still glad it's summer though, but it's a bit hard to sleep in a pool of your own sweat.

Now i know how Ronald Reagan felt.


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Interesting, it's so hot here that a balloon that was blown up has melted to the wall.

The upper midwest turned into the south shockingly fast.


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Woodraven wrote:

Yes it is. But in this case a full spool of seven conductor, 10 guage wire crashing onto the finger is not good for it.

*edit* nekkid dismemberment yay!!!!

That came out better in my head

...

HOLY CRAP


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Good morning everyone!

Still hot out. Suddenly, I regret mocking Florida, dang ole, walk a mile in their dang ole shoes, I tell you what.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Woodraven wrote:

Yes it is. But in this case a full spool of seven conductor, 10 guage wire crashing onto the finger is not good for it.

*edit* nekkid dismemberment yay!!!!

That came out better in my head

...

HOLY CRAP

Ive been on light duty since it happend. It took two surgeries but its not looking too bad.


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Gets out brightly coloured Brazilian Thong, and Industrial Strength Spray Tan, uploads Ricky Martin on ITunes and sets kids on secret project of building Frankenflamingoes to guard the front yard.

Might as well assimilate to Florida culture right away.


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Woodraven wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Woodraven wrote:

Yes it is. But in this case a full spool of seven conductor, 10 guage wire crashing onto the finger is not good for it.

*edit* nekkid dismemberment yay!!!!

That came out better in my head

...

HOLY CRAP

Ive been on light duty since it happend. It took two surgeries but its not looking too bad.

~sigh~

Well I know what I am going to be having nightmares about now...


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I had a friend who loved to work on his motorcycles. Only he wasn't very good at it.

He got very good at being subjected to finger reattachment surgery.

Amazingly, after three such surgeries, only a couple of his fingers are obviously "wrong", and he still likes to work on his motorcycles.

You'd think he'd have learned...


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Musical interlude, Summer jams edition

Silver Crusade

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Woodraven wrote:
TOZ wrote:
At least it didn't crash onto something ELSE.
But there was no reason for anything else to be exposed at work.

Depends on the line of work.

Silver Crusade

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Woodraven wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Woodraven wrote:

Yes it is. But in this case a full spool of seven conductor, 10 guage wire crashing onto the finger is not good for it.

*edit* nekkid dismemberment yay!!!!

That came out better in my head

...

HOLY CRAP

Ive been on light duty since it happend. It took two surgeries but its not looking too bad.

Glad you are on the mend!


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I think i seriously misinterpreted what "casual Friday" meant...


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Things happen because things that happen earlier? No, sorry, that is CAUSAL Friday.

Shadow Lodge

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*hides in his cave away from the daystar* It burns us!


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I've been outside all morning and I'm just fine.

Grand Lodge

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Luckily, I have nowhere to go today and can hibernate all I want.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Too hot up here.

Still glad it's summer though, but it's a bit hard to sleep in a pool of your own sweat.

Now i know how Ronald Reagan felt.

As the flames rose to his Roman nose and his hearing aid started to melt?

Wait. That's not right.

In other news, Dungeons and Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God was memorably kakky. Best 34 pence I've ever spent.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Might as well assimilate to Florida culture right away.

In my experience, Florida has no culture.


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But the Brazilian thong has already fused to my skin!


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I really don't need to think about your Brazilian.


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And the Frankenflamingoes have already seized the front yard!


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That's fine. They'll repel the Werecrabs.


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Trent Aubergine Svietlorob XIII, a retired war robot.

Svietlorob means...:
Light-maker


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gran rey de los dragons wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Might as well assimilate to Florida culture right away.
In my experience, Florida has no culture.

HEY! We have a culture! Bacteria are a culture, right?


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Catch up took a while.
Time passing too rapidly.
Busy summer days.


Haiku aside, there was a lot to read after a week.

In no particular order:
Superman 1&2
Batman ('89; there were actually several clever moments in 'Forever, but not enough)
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
Spider-man 1&2
Amazing Spider-man (I've not seen 2)
Iron Man 1 (2&3 have an awesome place, but doesn't make a "favorites" list)
- - NOTE: 3 is actually a favorite of my wife, though! And Hail the Ming is awesome, but I'm not counting shorts or we'd be here forever - -
Captain America 1&2 (I've not yet seen Civil War)
Avengers 1&2 (seriously, though; why does 2 receive such a public outcry, and inexplicably directed at Whedon; FH's hatred of his films on principle aside, this was actually a great film)
Guardians of the Galaxy
Ant Man
X-Men First Class, Days of Future Past, and Apocalypse
Big Hero 6
The Incredibles

Honorable Mentions:
Superman Returns
Man of Steel
The entire X-Men franchise prior to First Class (though X-Men 1 and The Wolverine may go up above; have not seen Wolverine Origins)
Batman Forever (mind, it's a weak entry)
Captain America (the old one; not Reb Brown's series)
Incredible Hulk
Blade

That's mostly off the top of my head.


And now I've forgotten the other conversations. Oh well!


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X-Men 3 was so bad it actually made me physically angry.

But yes, Avengers: Age of Ultron is beat up entirely too much. :-)


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Whilst Thegreenbriargamer has been adding organic cage free stars to his hippie credentials, I think I need to turn one of mine in. For you see, it's been so hot and sticky out I've been averaging at least two showers a day, at least, and that doesn't factor in if the General wants to conduct "war games"

In fact I should probably turn in another for that last statement. :-D


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If you keep loosing those stars so quickly you will end as Sergeant Last Week in no time...


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Indeed, i need to make up for my cleanliness, and terrible innuendo. Tonight i shall go out and self fertilize the neighbor's lawn.

Or maybe just hug a box of puppies.


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Red Lobster! Yay!


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Remember to smuggle some cheesy biscuits out.

Silver Crusade

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captain yesterday wrote:
Remember to smuggle some cheesy biscuits out.

I swear those things have crack in them, that's how addictive they are.


They gave them to us!
(Also, my brother in law can make them, as of last year.)


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I am never going back to splish splash water park ever again a day in my life. Ever.


Sorry, man. What happened?


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Mostly for Captain Yesterday, but everyone else feel free to chime in (I'm looking at you, TL!):

Impus Minor wants to start running an AP. He ran We Be Goblins quite competently, so I think he could do an "easy" one with minimal help.

So... which AP is the "easiest" to run as a GM?


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Tacticslion wrote:
Sorry, man. What happened?

there will be a loooooooong post later.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Sorry, man. What happened?
there will be a loooooooong post later.

Hey, you! I asked for the "easiest" AP, not the "manliest"! Wait your turn!


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Hmm, good question!

Iron Gods, resistance is futile. And the technology guide is easy to use, and has a fun story that any kid that's seen any sci-fi movie can appreciate.

Otherwise...

Mummy's Mask, and Shattered Star are my first reaction, Mummy's Mask can be difficult in book two, trying to keep track of the night of the living dead, and it has a bit of sameness to the end. Shattered Star has more variety and is overall better but the beginning investigation can vex New GMs.

Reign of Winter lets him lead them by the nose...


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Mostly for Captain Yesterday, but everyone else feel free to chime in (I'm looking at you, TL!):

Impus Minor wants to start running an AP. He ran We Be Goblins quite competently, so I think he could do an "easy" one with minimal help.

So... which AP is the "easiest" to run as a GM?

Tomb of Horrors (1st Edition). Oh. You said AP, not death trap module.


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Indeed, it's pretty easy when no one lives past the first dozen rooms. :-)


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Oh, just play book 1 of Skull and Shackles and ban any race without a swim speed if you want to have a TPK.


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Personally, I find Curse of the Crimson Throne to be a really solid and simple AP to run, though the fact that it's 3.5 does complicate things somewhat. Sadly, I don't have as much experience as I'd like with other AP's, and the ones I do know (Kingmaker and Carrion Crown) aren't quite as new-GM friendly.


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The weekend went by too fast.

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