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Musical Interlude - covering the 80s edition

Edit: D'oh!


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The 80's was all about nudity!

Seriously -- in the 80's if an R-rated film didn't have at least one scene of full frontal nudity, you were being ripped off.

Ah, the good old days!

Waxes poetic, leans back in his rocking chair on the porch, and dreams of full frontal nudity. Seriously creeping out his neighbors...


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captain yesterday wrote:
Oh wondrous and brilliant minds of FaWtL, what is some good anime for Pea Bear, it's come to my attention all her friends are "super into anime"

Kikis Delivery Service is a good one


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If they are a bevy of young girls, get backers might lead to some giggles.


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OKCupid thinks that my best matches are likely to be in Oregon or South Korea.

Helpful!


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Raven Moon wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Oh wondrous and brilliant minds of FaWtL, what is some good anime for Pea Bear, it's come to my attention all her friends are "super into anime"
Kikis Delivery Service is a good one

We already have that one, or did, saw it when she was four or five.

It's a great suggestion though. :-)


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Limeylongears wrote:

OKCupid thinks that my best matches are likely to be in Oregon or South Korea.

Helpful!

Maybe you just need to raise your standards a bit more.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:

OKCupid thinks that my best matches are likely to be in Oregon or South Korea.

Helpful!

Maybe you just need to raise your standards a bit more.

Or start swimming...


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I was going into Ulta and had to stop in shock and reread the advertisement in their window... "Give Nude, Get Nude" it said. It only hit me a moment later that it referred to the nude make up color.


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... Are you sure?

You should go back to check.

Shadow Lodge

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For science.


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Freehold DM wrote:

... Are you sure?

You should go back to check.

They sell cosmetics. What else could it mean?


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NobodysHome wrote:
So is there anyone out in FaWtL-land that actually LIKES remixes?

I like Alex Parks' remixes of Mad World, and Yellow, which Pandora is responsible for introducing me to.

But more often than not, no, I don't like remixes. But I do enjoy pruning my beloved station. :)


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Raven Moon wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Oh wondrous and brilliant minds of FaWtL, what is some good anime for Pea Bear, it's come to my attention all her friends are "super into anime"
Kikis Delivery Service LITERALLY ANYTHING BY STUDIO GHIBLI is a good one THE BEST ONE!!11!!oneone!!11!!

... though Grave of the Fireflies might not be the best to share, unless you like hating everything and depression. Also watching kids die of starvation.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:

OKCupid thinks that my best matches are likely to be in Oregon or South Korea.

Helpful!

Maybe you just need to raise your standards a bit more.

Or lower them.

Also, I'd like to thank CY for this response, which helped me avoid another joke that came to my mind when I read the statement above...

Bad Drejk! Bad!


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Eight days and the Christmas tree still stands. I'm starting to think that the cats actually approve of this one.

And we have discovered our new favorite holiday dessert. Hot chocolate floats. Take a normal mug of hot chocolate (preferably made with milk of some variety) and add a scoop of mint chocolate chip ice cream. It is sinfully delicious.


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Anime series to watch...

RWBY

The Devil is a Part Timer

Angel Beats

Sword Art Online

FullMetal Alchemist - Brotherhood

There are several others, but I will have to look through my collection.


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How the frell did I forget to mention RWBY? I must be slipping in my old age.


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Also, I would suggest Avatar the Last Airbender, then The Legend of Korra. While not technically anime, they are still awesome.


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It is a shame that you are not closer, CY. I would just drive over and drop off a "few" anime titles for you to watch.

Edit - ~has a D'oh moment~ How could I forget Ghost in the Shell the movies and the shows?


Frell? We're just making up swear words now?

I claim hassenfeffer.

I'll figure out what it means later.


Cap'n Yesterday's Greatest Idea wrote:

Frell? We're just making up swear words now?

I claim hassenfeffer.

I'll figure out what it means later.

I prefer the classics. FUBAR and SNAFU.


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Sharoth wrote:
It is a shame that you are not closer, CY. I would just drive over and drop off a "few" anime titles for you to watch.

It turns out Hulu has a large library of anime, I've recognized a bunch of titles mentioned. If Pea Bear gets into it I can always find it around town I'm sure, one of the perks of living in a diverse college town like Madison. :-)


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Puella Magi Madoka Magica was also pretty damn good.

I am about to give away the storyline so read at your own peril.

Spoiler:
It is a case of be careful what you wish for, it just might come true.


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Now Ghost In The Shell, Hulu has the original movie, the twenty fifth anniversary edition, and 2.0 which is evidently a director's cut?... So, which is better. :-)


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TOZ wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
That piece of violence may be ( highly ) unsuitable for a twelve year old.
And Archer isn't? :P

I would like to point out that I posted that list before I knew that she is twelve.


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captain yesterday wrote:

I should've also mentioned her second favorite super hero movie is Deadpool. :-D

Captain America Civil War is her favorite, or Ant-Man.

Well, if she's ok with movie violence, please forget what I said about "Disappearance."


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Cap'n Yesterday's Greatest Idea wrote:

Frell? We're just making up swear words now?

I claim hassenfeffer.

I'll figure out what it means later.

In point of fact, frell is from the great TV show Farscape. It was a generic curse, sort of like how they used frak in Battlestar Galactica.

And hasenpfeffer is a German rabbit stew. Not sure about hassenfeffer.


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~looks through Hulu, Netflix, and Amazon Prime~ wow... There are lots of shows that I haven't watched. I guess if I want to watch them then I should not play as many video games. Oh well, I will think on it. ~goes back to playing Skyrim for the 6th time~


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Sharoth wrote:
~looks through Hulu, Netflix, and Amazon Prime~ wow... There are lots of shows that I haven't watched. I guess if I want to watch them then I should not play as many video games. Oh well, I will think on it. ~goes back to playing Skyrim for the 6th time~

I wish I could do that. I think i've seen everything I care to see that is out.


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Really! When we had the rabbit farm my parents told me it was chicken!

Those a~&%!@*s!

this is actually true, I found out when I was eleven and my brothers told me the truth as I was about to blow out the candles on my birthday cake.

And that was my worst birthday ever.

Over a hundred and fifty rabbits were butchered for hipster douche bags chasing the latest trendy protein in those dark four years, until our rabbit suppliers tried to get my dad to make them silver bullets so they could hunt him because they became convinced he was a werewolf.


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*sigh*

I really wish that I could post all of the titles I own, but two hundred and fifty lines or so would be excessive for a post.


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John Napier 698 wrote:

*sigh*

I really wish that I could post all of the titles I own, but two hundred and fifty lines or so would be excessive for a post.

Spoiler:
No it wouldn't.

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Well, if everyone thinks I should, I'll make arrangements.


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I'm still a bit partial to TANSTAAFL, myself.


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Wei Ji the Learner wrote:


I'm still a bit partial to TANSTAAFL, myself.

RAH first introduced me to that term.


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I prefer BYDHTBTOWP, the rest of the statement.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Now Ghost In The Shell, Hulu has the original movie, the twenty fifth anniversary edition, and 2.0 which is evidently a director's cut?... So, which is better. :-)

...There was a director's cut... and I didn't see it?! I have failed as a Ghost in the Shell fan. Now I have to show up on my ex-boyfriends doorstep and see if he has it and will let me watch it.

PS: of the two anime I recommended Moribito ranks as one of the best anime ever made. It is a fantasy feudal Japan setting with a strong female protagonist and well developed characters.

PPS: Rideback also has a strong female protagonist and very well developed characters. The plot is extremely character driven. The setting is an alternate reality very near future where thought controlled robot motorcycles have been invented. If you can ignore the absurd premise that a mercenary group could take over the world (the only thing that holds it back in my opinion) then it is also a great anime.

PPPS: I wouldn't recommend Sword Art Online for a 12 yo girl. Nor would I recommend Glass Fleet to anyone.

Spoiler:
In SAO's second story arc the strong female co-lead is turned into a helpless victim that the male co-lead has to rescue to make matters worse her own family intends on wedding her against her will to the very man who is holding her captive and sexually assaulting her.

Glass Fleet is a fun watch... till the end. Where the sick evil bad guy wins, rapes the strong female protagonist, kills the only man she loved, and then forces her into marriage to unite the empire.

PPPPS: As an alternate to Sword Art Online try Log Horizon instead. It is well made and has a similar story to SAO's much acclaimed first story arc.


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Does anyone else think that with this picture, and the headline, "British Antarctic research station to be moved due to deep crack in the ice," you get the impression that the station is going to walk away, or is it just me having been awake for more than 24 hours?


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Looks more like there's a crack in the ice because it's been bouncing up and down repeatedly on the spot to me...

Then again, I have been eating liqueur chocolates at work.

Oh Em Gee.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Now Ghost In The Shell, Hulu has the original movie, the twenty fifth anniversary edition, and 2.0 which is evidently a director's cut?... So, which is better. :-)

Actually, watch Ghost in the Shell yourself first to estimate if it's right for Pea Bear. It's something that is intended to a, well, bit older viewers than 12 years old. You might decide it's fine for Pea Bear but it might seriously vary for her friends. And even if they are mature enough to watch it themselves, their parents might object, with some nudity and a lot of brutality... head-bursting explosive ammo and all.


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Aranna wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Now Ghost In The Shell, Hulu has the original movie, the twenty fifth anniversary edition, and 2.0 which is evidently a director's cut?... So, which is better. :-)

...There was a director's cut... and I didn't see it?! I have failed as a Ghost in the Shell fan. Now I have to show up on my ex-boyfriends doorstep and see if he has it and will let me watch it.

PS: of the two anime I recommended Moribito ranks as one of the best anime ever made. It is a fantasy feudal Japan setting with a strong female protagonist and well developed characters.

PPS: Rideback also has a strong female protagonist and very well developed characters. The plot is extremely character driven. The setting is an alternate reality very near future where thought controlled robot motorcycles have been invented. If you can ignore the absurd premise that a mercenary group could take over the world (the only thing that holds it back in my opinion) then it is also a great anime.

PPPS: I wouldn't recommend Sword Art Online for a 12 yo girl. Nor would I recommend Glass Fleet to anyone.

** spoiler omitted **

PPPPS: As an alternate to Sword Art Online try Log Horizon instead. It is well made and has a similar story to SAO's much acclaimed first story arc.

Yeah, Aranna nailed why we cannot stomach SAO past Season 1.


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Aranna wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Now Ghost In The Shell, Hulu has the original movie, the twenty fifth anniversary edition, and 2.0 which is evidently a director's cut?... So, which is better. :-)

...There was a director's cut... and I didn't see it?! I have failed as a Ghost in the Shell fan. Now I have to show up on my ex-boyfriends doorstep and see if he has it and will let me watch it.

PS: of the two anime I recommended Moribito ranks as one of the best anime ever made. It is a fantasy feudal Japan setting with a strong female protagonist and well developed characters.

PPS: Rideback also has a strong female protagonist and very well developed characters. The plot is extremely character driven. The setting is an alternate reality very near future where thought controlled robot motorcycles have been invented. If you can ignore the absurd premise that a mercenary group could take over the world (the only thing that holds it back in my opinion) then it is also a great anime.

PPPS: I wouldn't recommend Sword Art Online for a 12 yo girl. Nor would I recommend Glass Fleet to anyone.

** spoiler omitted **

PPPPS: As an alternate to Sword Art Online try Log Horizon instead. It is well made and has a similar story to SAO's much acclaimed first story arc.

second season of Sao seemed to come out of nowhere, and the villain was nonsensical, though actually evil, as are a lot of villains in the show. I would recommend skipping it,as the third season is a damn interesting mystery.

I had heard of glass fleet, but I had not seen it.


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Highest high temperature for the next comes on Monday, or Tuesday. A sweltering 28 degrees! Otherwise it's only upper teens for the next several days.

At least it isn't getting cold yet. :-)

Grand Lodge

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Freehold DM wrote:
second season of Sao seemed to come out of nowhere, and the villain was nonsensical, though actually evil, as are a lot of villains in the show. I would recommend skipping it,as the third season is a damn interesting mystery.

SAO was very up and down in writing quality, that was for sure. That last arc tho.


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Late gas bill paid.

Too high electricity bill prognosis corrected at the power company office.

>.>

<.<

Enough adulting today.


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Weight of winter layers is now up to 24 pounds, I added another wool lined hoodie, scarf, and gloves.

Cold? What's cold?

Give me a spear and I'll look exactly like the Horizon Walker from the Advanced Player's Guide. :-)


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Drejk wrote:


Enough adulting today.

Bleh.

Have to go do the workplace adulting thing in a few hours.

Meh.


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Cap'n Yesterdays Winter Revenge wrote:

Weight of winter layers is now up to 24 pounds, I added another wool lined hoodie, scarf, and gloves.

Cold? What's cold?

Give me a spear and I'll look exactly like the Horizon Walker from the Advanced Player's Guide. :-)

rookie.

Grand Lodge

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I am adulting for the monies. Afterwards I will be GMing for the funsies. And also because I volunteer too much time for it.

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