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I DEMAND (respectfully, when you have time, please) A LINK TO YOUR JOURNAL OF SAID CAMPAIGN (if updated, and, if not, no rush or pressure)!

EDIT: AND I DO SO WITH CLOTHES ON! *re-dresses*


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It's Mummy's Mask yo! Red the Halfling and all. :-)


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It's Wednesday. The kids have no homework, and NobodysWife is off in Fremont doing her WotR game, so Red's journal should appear this evening, somewhere around 7:00 pm PDT.

Otherwise, I have this "work" thing I must attend to...


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RE: The garden.

The corn's a bust, but the corn stalks will be useful even if the corn is inedible, however we've gotten two cantaloupe so far and a lot of tomatoes and hot peppers, so overall $19.87 well spent.

With more to come, still got a s#$$load of green tomatoes and hot peppers growing.


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Welp: that's it. I've finished Archer on Netflix.

Season 7 doesn't appear - it is unlikely to do so any time soon, I suspect. To that end, I think I'll remove Archer from my watch list.

It was fun - I liked some of it, and, I must say, I think that Season 6 is the best of them. Archer himself has become a much better person than he has been in any of the previous seasons. Seeing him mature into a more reasonable individual over-all has been a bit of a relief.

Frustrated about his and Lana's tendencies at blowing up at each other, but not too surprised. Over-all: I'm glad they finally achieved the romance they did. And here's hoping that little Abbijean has a good life! Good luck!


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I have season seven through the first half of the season from ITunes.

They become private investigators after getting blacklisted by the CIA.

Cyril becomes the boss, as he is the only one certified (The Figgis Agency)

Ray gets his bionic legs back.

Archer and Lana are together, still fight.

Barry returns, looking for his mother.


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You should watch Bob's Burgers next. :-)


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captain yesterday wrote:
You should watch Bob's Burgers next. :-)

Probably going with The Almighty Johnsons. Thanks, though!


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(I'll keep it in mind!)


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Nothing beats Thundergirls know how, and weaponized insects.


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I think I might have the only GM encouraging us to backstab each other and pull devious plots while smiling and pretending to get along.

He said we turned Rokugan into Game of Thrones, and it's more fun for him to watch what we do to one another than even write a plot.

No joke, he said to me "If you die, you need to come back as a dwarf. Not like, a fantasy dwarf, but a little person." He compared the other two plotters to Varys and Littlefinger. Given what I know of the show, this doesn't bode well for me.

This is...a new experience.


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Speaking of the game...So I have this box, right? It's got six locks on it. I had a note "Don't use the box unless it's an extreme emergency." I get a magic key tattooed on my wrist.

At some point I touch the box.

That night I have crazy dream, talking to what I'm pretty sure is an Oni in the form of a beautiful woman. We talk. She asks my name, and I don't want to tell, but she promises some info about the person who tried to steal my stuff while I slept, so I tell her. Now I can't pronounce my name anymore (one letter missing from my six-letter name), and wouldn't you know when I wake up one of the locks on it is missing. The lock exactly in the spot the letter of my name I can't pronounce would go (third lock, third letter).

Well, next day we find out the thief has been brutally murdered by some strange force.

Did I mention I have a disadvantage called "Dark Fate" where one day I'm destined to do something epic and horrible, like destroying the wall between the empire and the shadowlands, or aiding in the emperor's assassination, or polluting a massive temple? What? I'm a ninja. Don't judge me. It comes with a once a session "you don't die from wounds that would kill you, instead you live with just enough wounds to not die" caveat.

So the question is...how long do I wait until I start tooling around with this box again? :-D

My character is pragmatic, but I haven't decided how much he loves power. For example, he knows blood magic (highly illegal in Rokugan but super powerful stuff that taints you), but hasn't used it at all yet - it's sort of an emergency "get out of this situation" card. Because getting tainted kinda has ups and downs - plus side, you start to get cool powers as your body is mutated by evil from the inside, but minus side, you can start to show visible signs as you get more tainted, and if you're caught you kind of have hunters trying to find you and kill you before your mind snaps and you start killing people (eventually you have to start rolling to resist the taint making you go psychotic).

Oh, and I've run into the beautiful I-think-she-is-an-Oni-woman at a party already once. We chatted. She tried to get info out of me, but I was like, hey, you already took a letter of my name. We're still cool though. She drank with me while dressed rather scandalously. I would've lost honor for the association, but, hey, ninja. Already just about the lowest honor I can get.

Part of me wants to just...you know...see what happens if I dive right in and offer to join Team Oni, you know? Power and all that. Scorpion, b$@*@es. (I almost played Spider Clan. They make the Scorpions look like good guys by comparison. But...I like antiheroes and antivillains better than straight-up villains.)


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Spiders are already there? What time period are you playing in?


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The latest. After the Spiders were acknowledged as a legitimate clan by the Empress (the third dynasty, can't remember their family name) but they're not allowed IN the Empire, so if you're a Spider, you're pretty much a sleeper agent in another family.

Fourth edition of the rules, if that matters.


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I think he may have added a little history beyond what they have. Something like the Spiders helped fight...the Kolat or something? So they were legitimately recognized as a clan, and are kind of allowed to exist as a force in the Shadowlands, similarly to the Damned Legions of the Crab Clan - fight the taint with the taint, as it were. The Spider, naturally, are not content to remain IN the Shadowlands, obviously, but they play up like they are.

GM employs a ton of political intrigue in his games. Seriously...we average one combat a game in about six hours of play. It's ALMOST enough to make me consider playing a courtier if I die.

Almost...but not quite. Still not worth being a worthless lump when the fights do come.


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A nice tea set is very important in lulls of courtly action.

The fighting I've found, sorts itself out, no sense in getting my hands dirty.


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NobodysHome wrote:

Impus Minor's game last night was cut unfortunately short by a desperate need for sleep by the adults at his table, but we had some epic hilarity as Impus Major's necromancer finally got to control some undead (with no Knowledge: Religion he was just burning charges hitting every unusual-looking creature we saw with Command Undead). What did he get?

A swarm, of course.

Cue an entire night of sending a swarm of undead minions ahead of us into every room to take care of whatever was in there. With all kinds of questions like, "Can my swarm carry me? Can they carry my stuff? Can I get them to all sing and dance in a chorus?"

Pretty hilarious...

singing, dancing undead would be pretty awesome.


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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Impus Minor's game last night was cut unfortunately short by a desperate need for sleep by the adults at his table, but we had some epic hilarity as Impus Major's necromancer finally got to control some undead (with no Knowledge: Religion he was just burning charges hitting every unusual-looking creature we saw with Command Undead). What did he get?

A swarm, of course.

Cue an entire night of sending a swarm of undead minions ahead of us into every room to take care of whatever was in there. With all kinds of questions like, "Can my swarm carry me? Can they carry my stuff? Can I get them to all sing and dance in a chorus?"

Pretty hilarious...

singing, dancing undead would be pretty awesome.

*makes notes*


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The Green Tea Gamer wrote:

I think he may have added a little history beyond what they have. Something like the Spiders helped fight...the Kolat or something? So they were legitimately recognized as a clan, and are kind of allowed to exist as a force in the Shadowlands, similarly to the Damned Legions of the Crab Clan - fight the taint with the taint, as it were. The Spider, naturally, are not content to remain IN the Shadowlands, obviously, but they play up like they are.

GM employs a ton of political intrigue in his games. Seriously...we average one combat a game in about six hours of play. It's ALMOST enough to make me consider playing a courtier if I die.

Almost...but not quite. Still not worth being a worthless lump when the fights do come.

That's a fascinating take on the Spider, and a campaign I would enjoy being one in.

For the further glory of Daigotsu-sama! FOR THE SPIDER!


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My father finds it baffling why I have 7 bottles of hard liquor in various states of consumption, two of which are rum and three of which are whiskey. He just doesn't get it.

One needs Irish whiskey for simple, basic whiskey drinking. Nice and earthy, makes a body comfortable.

One needs a special whisky for more "been doing really good lately" drinking. Ideally this would be scotch, but the overpriced French whisky does the job just as well.

One needs bourbon for watching/reading Westerns/other American fiction.

One needs tequila for getting rowdy.

One needs gin for getting a bit rowdy but not as rowdy as tequila.

One needs black rum for dark mixed drinks. Very assertive, makes itself known through cola well.

One needs light rum for lighter mixed drinks or drinking straight. Nice and versatile.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:

My father finds it baffling why I have 7 bottles of hard liquor in various states of consumption, two of which are rum and three of which are whiskey. He just doesn't get it.

One needs Irish whiskey for simple, basic whiskey drinking. Nice and earthy, makes a body comfortable.

One needs a special whisky for more "been doing really good lately" drinking. Ideally this would be scotch, but the overpriced French whisky does the job just as well.

One needs bourbon for watching/reading Westerns/other American fiction.

One needs tequila for getting rowdy.

One needs gin for getting a bit rowdy but not as rowdy as tequila.

One needs black rum for dark mixed drinks. Very assertive, makes itself known through cola well.

One needs light rum for lighter mixed drinks or drinking straight. Nice and versatile.

So say we all!

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I better win this thread for this hour.


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The game store on the other side of town was okay, most of it was for game space so I'm fairly certain that's where they have PFS but their selection wasn't very impressive.

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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
One needs tequila for getting rowdy.

If you ever open a bottle of Clase Azul Ultra, which we starts at $21K where I work, I promise not to be rowdy and bring you models to sit with you and yours.

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captain yesterday wrote:
I'm fairly certain that's where they have PFS

Where do you live(r) I will contact your Venture Captain in your area, I know a fair number of them from 12+ years at Gencon.


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Oh I already did, he said something about Warhorn or something, no worries. :-)

But I live in Madison, Wi. If you're ever in our area. :-)


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Got Tiny T-Rex's first parent-teacher meet and greet in a little over an hour. :-)


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I'm very proud -- Impus Major just went off to manage his orientation all by himself for the first time.

It may sound ludicrous that a 15-year-old might not be able to handle his own orientation, but our school takes things SERIOUSLY. You're talking a room with 500-600 people, 10-15 different lines for different things the kids are supposed to sign up for, barkers begging for money donations to the various school funds, etc.

It's utter madness. I'm obsessive-compulsive, and I have trouble navigating the chaos.

And Impus Major just headed off to try to solo it.

We'll see how he does...


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Dammit! Impus Major should've summoned Solaire! He's always good for gank fights!

...I'll leave now.


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Grr...

*HE* was fine -- I managed to miss ONE signature in all the paperwork and had to mosey on over there and sign it. Otherwise, it was just a question of finding him.

Fortunately, he's a popular kid and I'm a well-known dad (lots of chaperoning), so a simple yell of, "Where's Impus Major?" in the middle of the floor brought about half a dozen helpful responses.

Maybe next year I won't have to go in...


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Good luck with that. :-)


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:

My father finds it baffling why I have 7 bottles of hard liquor in various states of consumption, two of which are rum and three of which are whiskey. He just doesn't get it.

One needs Irish whiskey for simple, basic whiskey drinking. Nice and earthy, makes a body comfortable.

One needs a special whisky for more "been doing really good lately" drinking. Ideally this would be scotch, but the overpriced French whisky does the job just as well.

One needs bourbon for watching/reading Westerns/other American fiction.

One needs tequila for getting rowdy.

One needs gin for getting a bit rowdy but not as rowdy as tequila.

One needs black rum for dark mixed drinks. Very assertive, makes itself known through cola well.

One needs light rum for lighter mixed drinks or drinking straight. Nice and versatile.

You are already 7/10's of the way to writing a good or better country & western song.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:

My father finds it baffling why I have 7 bottles of hard liquor in various states of consumption, two of which are rum and three of which are whiskey. He just doesn't get it.

One needs Irish whiskey for simple, basic whiskey drinking. Nice and earthy, makes a body comfortable.

One needs a special whisky for more "been doing really good lately" drinking. Ideally this would be scotch, but the overpriced French whisky does the job just as well.

One needs bourbon for watching/reading Westerns/other American fiction.

One needs tequila for getting rowdy.

One needs gin for getting a bit rowdy but not as rowdy as tequila.

One needs black rum for dark mixed drinks. Very assertive, makes itself known through cola well.

One needs light rum for lighter mixed drinks or drinking straight. Nice and versatile.

Repetitive use of the word "need" for alcohol, all joking aside, sounds kind of worrisome. I hope you are drinking responsibly, because this kind of sounds like stories I've heard at 12 step meetings I've been to...


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Tacticslion wrote:

I DEMAND (respectfully, when you have time, please) A LINK TO YOUR JOURNAL OF SAID CAMPAIGN (if updated, and, if not, no rush or pressure)!

EDIT: AND I DO SO WITH CLOTHES ON! *re-dresses*

As if you haven't favorited it already, here it is.

It's hard writing up the journal -- as I go through the rooms we've already been through to make the journal more "real", I'm noticing that Impus Minor isn't paying any attention to the monsters' special abilities, especially DR. A 30 hit point creature against a group of poorly-built 2nd-level PCs is an "OK" fight. A 30 hit point creature with DR 10/Bludgeoning and that is immune to crits and sneak attack damage is an out-and-out epic smashfest. Add an area effect sleep ability and "you fall asleep when I hit you" and I don't know what the AP writers were thinking.

So I already pointed out to him after this session that he'd mistakenly had a magic item go "dormant" on us, costing us 1500 g.p.

I figure gently pointing out one error per week, and surrounding it with the positive things he's doing, is the proper way to groom him to good GMdom.

But while extra-easy fights make it easier to tell the story, I'd rather run the AP fair and square, bad builds and all...


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I took twelve steps, once.

I was pretty drunk, but the bouncer let me in anyway.

Later I lit my arm on fire sticking it into a fire.

That was my twenty first birthday, one of the best ever.


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thegreenteagamer wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:

My father finds it baffling why I have 7 bottles of hard liquor in various states of consumption, two of which are rum and three of which are whiskey. He just doesn't get it.

One needs Irish whiskey for simple, basic whiskey drinking. Nice and earthy, makes a body comfortable.

One needs a special whisky for more "been doing really good lately" drinking. Ideally this would be scotch, but the overpriced French whisky does the job just as well.

One needs bourbon for watching/reading Westerns/other American fiction.

One needs tequila for getting rowdy.

One needs gin for getting a bit rowdy but not as rowdy as tequila.

One needs black rum for dark mixed drinks. Very assertive, makes itself known through cola well.

One needs light rum for lighter mixed drinks or drinking straight. Nice and versatile.

Repetitive use of the word "need" for alcohol, all joking aside, sounds kind of worrisome. I hope you are drinking responsibly, because this kind of sounds like stories I've heard at 12 step meetings I've been to...

It's more that I sell alcohol for a living, so I talk about it a lot, and am expected to know a lot. Knowing the right liquor for the right occasion is serious business, and practice makes one better at preaching. Matching beer, wine, and cider to food is just as big a deal, and I keep a variety on hand for different types of cooking.

I'd rather buy half a dozen liquor bottles, open them all, and have them around for months than buy and drink them one at a time, and it drives my dad nuts.


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
One needs tequila for getting rowdy.
If you ever open a bottle of Clase Azul Ultra, which we starts at $21K where I work, I promise not to be rowdy and bring you models to sit with you and yours.

I understand spending good money on liquor, but that's just patently ridiculous. Not as bad as the 50K bottle of Glenfidditch, though.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:

My father finds it baffling why I have 7 bottles of hard liquor in various states of consumption, two of which are rum and three of which are whiskey. He just doesn't get it.

One needs Irish whiskey for simple, basic whiskey drinking. Nice and earthy, makes a body comfortable.

One needs a special whisky for more "been doing really good lately" drinking. Ideally this would be scotch, but the overpriced French whisky does the job just as well.

One needs bourbon for watching/reading Westerns/other American fiction.

One needs tequila for getting rowdy.

One needs gin for getting a bit rowdy but not as rowdy as tequila.

One needs black rum for dark mixed drinks. Very assertive, makes itself known through cola well.

One needs light rum for lighter mixed drinks or drinking straight. Nice and versatile.

Repetitive use of the word "need" for alcohol, all joking aside, sounds kind of worrisome. I hope you are drinking responsibly, because this kind of sounds like stories I've heard at 12 step meetings I've been to...

It's more that I sell alcohol for a living, so I talk about it a lot, and am expected to know a lot. Knowing the right liquor for the right occasion is serious business, and practice makes one better at preaching. Matching beer, wine, and cider to food is just as big a deal, and I keep a variety on hand for different types of cooking.

I'd rather buy half a dozen liquor bottles, open them all, and have them around for months than buy and drink them one at a time, and it drives my dad nuts.

We understand. It is just that we care for you (since we are not on your will) and want you to have a good life. Please take care of yourself.


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Wait! We're not on her will!

Damn it!!

I was going to auction the video games to finance my kick ass jug band, Steve Vai does not come cheap.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Wait! We're not on her will!

Damn it!!

I was going to auction the video games to finance my kick ass jug band, Steve Vai does not come cheap.

~shakes my head sadly~ She is smart. It keeps us from assassinating her to get her stuff. Dratted laws getting in the way of our evil deeds.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Wait! We're not on her will!

Damn it!!

I was going to auction the video games to finance my kick ass jug band, Steve Vai does not come cheap.

Don't turn Steve Vai into a jug.

It's cruel, it's wrong, and you'll lose your Paladin status.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:

My father finds it baffling why I have 7 bottles of hard liquor in various states of consumption, two of which are rum and three of which are whiskey. He just doesn't get it.

One needs Irish whiskey for simple, basic whiskey drinking. Nice and earthy, makes a body comfortable.

One needs a special whisky for more "been doing really good lately" drinking. Ideally this would be scotch, but the overpriced French whisky does the job just as well.

One needs bourbon for watching/reading Westerns/other American fiction.

One needs tequila for getting rowdy.

One needs gin for getting a bit rowdy but not as rowdy as tequila.

One needs black rum for dark mixed drinks. Very assertive, makes itself known through cola well.

One needs light rum for lighter mixed drinks or drinking straight. Nice and versatile.

You are already 7/10's of the way to writing a good or better country & western song.

*steel guitar:* wah wahwahwah wahwah wahwah wahwah waaaaaah

CC: Waaal, Irish whuskey's basic
JT: Good whusky makes ya fly
CC: Readin' Zane Grey without bourbon
JT: Makes Marty Robbins cry
CC: Ah gets tanked up on Tequila, in Tijuana Town
JT: But dark rum and Coca-Cola or cheap gin will calm me down

Omnes: OOOOH, SEVEN TYPES OF LIQUOR, THAT'S JUST ENOUGH FOR ME
THOUGH I SQUISHED MAH DOG 'NEATH MAH BRAND NEW TRUCK
AND MAH CLOTHES SMELL OF CAT PEE
MAH WIFE'S PONKIN' MAH TWO BEST FRIENDS
BENEATH THE CHRISTMAS TREE
BUT SEVEN TYPES OF LIQUOR, WILL BE ENOUGH FOR ME


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Are you sure seven is enough.

Seems like with all that going on I'd need at least eight, possibly twelve different kinds of liquor.


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Limeylongears wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Wait! We're not on her will!

Damn it!!

I was going to auction the video games to finance my kick ass jug band, Steve Vai does not come cheap.

Don't turn Steve Vai into a jug.

It's cruel, it's wrong, and you'll lose your Paladin status.

Yeah, about that...

Besides, I'm not turning him into a jug, he's going to be my lead jug player. :-)


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Gotta hand it to Pea Bear, how did she get a five year old to actually contribute to cleaning the room.

She introduced a spinner with numbers, he gets to spin it and see how many things he gets to pick up.

Brilliant!


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That's genius leveled right above the classic "give my brother and unplugged controller and tell him he's playing the one player game with me" I used to pull as a kid.

That's right, bro, you're the guy with the machine gun arm and I've got the big sword...


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She does that with Mario Kart. :-)


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Geez... I hate hate HATE when a hardware problem that SHOULD be ridiculously simple turns into an ordeal.

My manager's been pushing for me to switch to a dual monitor setup for a while now, so I jumped through all the hoops, got a new laptop, got two monitors, got a docking station, and I'm all set...

...EXCEPT the frigging laptop won't recognize both monitors at once!

One monitor has DVI, VGA, and DisplayPort (DP) inputs. The other has DVI and VGA. The docking station has DVI, VGA, and DisplayPort, and the laptop has VGA.

So I have only 5 possible combinations of cables:
- DVI-docking VGA
- DVI-laptop VGA
- DP-docking VGA
- DP-laptop VGA
- DVI-DP

And NONE OF THEM WORK!!!!

Aaaaaaaaaargh!

Googling the problem, the suggested solution is, "Buy a USB-to-video adapter".

Because having all those video ports in the docking station is meaningless.

*SIGH*


Commandant Happy Hour wrote:

Are you sure seven is enough.

Seems like with all that going on I'd need at least eight, possibly twelve different kinds of liquor.

That's why you're not a C&W singer. They're made of sterner stuff.


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