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Close (sort of) but no cigar, Longears.

EDIT: That's not a cigar, despite appearances.

Now put it away


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I would like to play L5R again. I believe it was the most fun I've had as a player in...well, years, really.


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I survived six hours at a Con with a four and a six year old and no money! And no one had a meltdown!
My daughter was in heaven because she looked so good that people kept asking for pictures with her.
And she got to meet Gates McFadden. Who was ridiculously warm and sweet to her.
Oh, and the local quidditch league team had a "try quidditch" booth and she got to give it a go.
Very, very happy little girl.


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Speaking as a volunteer for a convention (Tekko) myself, I'm glad your kids had fun. Simply knowing that I helped make possible someone else's good convention memories makes me keep volunteering. That, plus being a responsible GM with players that expect me to be there. :)


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Watching a video, and they are discussing the difference between Gothic Horror and Gothic Terror. The explanation given is that in Gothic Horror it appears that everything can be explained by science and reason, but in the end it turns out to be supernatural. Gothic Terror, on the hand, makes you think the supernatural is involved, but it turns out that everything was being done by normal people. So the examples he gives are Indiana Jones for Horror, and Scooby Doo for Terror.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Watching a video, and they are discussing the difference between Gothic Horror and Gothic Terror. The explanation given is that in Gothic Horror it appears that everything can be explained by science and reason, but in the end it turns out to be supernatural. Gothic Terror, on the hand, makes you think the supernatural is involved, but it turns out that everything was being done by normal people. So the examples he gives are Indiana Jones for Horror, and Scooby Doo for Terror.

>.> I disapprove of these naming conventions.


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I went to bed an hour earlier than I usually do on the weekend. "Get some extra sleep" I said to myself.

Naturally, I woke up an hour earlier than I usually do on the weekend.


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I know how is that. If I go to bed early I wake up earlier. If I go to bed late I wake up early anyway.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Watching a video, and they are discussing the difference between Gothic Horror and Gothic Terror. The explanation given is that in Gothic Horror it appears that everything can be explained by science and reason, but in the end it turns out to be supernatural. Gothic Terror, on the hand, makes you think the supernatural is involved, but it turns out that everything was being done by normal people. So the examples he gives are Indiana Jones for Horror, and Scooby Doo for Terror.

Is that why Indiana Jones and Scooby Doo Solve The Mystery Of King Tut's Tomb was banned in the U.S.

Gothic Terror Horror was too much for your average American psyche.


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Part ? in the Kajehase-links-pictures-of-women-in-armor series


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Cool to see some good female armor instead of fantasy styled skimpy female armor (not that I'm against that one from time to time either).


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Well, it's official: In two Bay Area counties, six-figure incomes are now considered "low income".

And you wonder why I call it stupid around here.


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The General (to Tiny T-Rex): Do you want a ham sandwich?

Tiny T-Rex: Um, no, Peanut butter and nutella.

The General (already having tomatoes cut and lettuce washed, and mindful of the amount of candy kids have eaten lately): But ham is so much healthier.

Tiny T-Rex (always willing to compromise): okay, ham and peanut butter.


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How to get me to reinstall the garden patio in one step.

1. Start working in the garden. Captain Yesterday will follow.

Now I just need to go get another 1/2 cubic yard and the job will (mostly) be done.

The pebble mosaic between the big stones will be tackled after school this week.

Assuming it doesn't snow (glares at weather report).


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The High School rendition of Lion King my wife is busy being assistant director to is about to start its final performance tonight! Woo~!


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Hey, CY: I need to ask you to install a flower garden, real quick...


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Absolutely!

I don't think you realize how much I thrive on physical labor and sunlight.

I'm like a solar powered Bob Villa.


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Lorm, a swamp-dwelling PC race of reptilian sloth-ape.


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That buckler's seen some use.

Looks like mine...


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Mary Anning - Princess of Paleontology - Extra History


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At the hardware store garden centre with the kids so the General can have some time to write.

Naturally, they're somewhere in the rafters.


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The High School rendition of Lion King my wife is busy being assistant director to is about to start its final performance tonight! Woo~!

Holy carp, it was so much better than I thought! I nearly cried at a friggin' Highschool musical! So did my dad! Dang it!


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I've empirically proven that I can't watch this without getting goosebumps.


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The garden patio is done. Very nice, if I say so myself. :-)


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Woo-hoo. Congrats, Cap'n.


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I'll try to get pictures up later. :-)


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Tomorrow I chaperone a field trip for Tiny T-Rex's class (they're all hovercraft parents, so parents might actually outnumber kids, so no medal needed).

It's at the university nature center, with prairies and everything.

Of course, who used to regularly volunteer for prairie restoration. :-)


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If a tree falls in a forest, and no one is there to see it, does it really fall?


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Nope.


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John Napier 698 wrote:

If a tree

paladin falls in a forest, and no one is there to see it, does it really fall?

FTFY


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John Napier 698 wrote:
If a tree falls in a forest, and no one is there to see it, does it really fall?

Yes.


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Kileanna wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:

If a tree

paladin falls in a forest, and no one is there to see it, does it really fall did I actually trip them?
FTFY

FIFY.

Also, the answer is yes. Yes I did.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Kileanna wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:

If a tree

paladin falls in a forest paladin trap, and no one is there to see it, does it really fall did and I actually trip them, does it really count as a paladin trap?
FTFY

FIFY.

Also, the answer is yes. Yes I did.

FIFY again.


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Kileanna wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Kileanna wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:

If a [s]tree

paladin falls in a [s]forest paladin trap, and no one is there to see it, [s]does it really fall [s]did and I actually trip them, does it really count as a paladin trap? How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
FTFY

FIFY.

Also, the answer is yes. Yes I did.

FIFY again.

FIFY as well.


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-_-


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Kileanna wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Kileanna wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:

If a [s]tree

paladin falls in a [s]forest paladin trap, and no one is there to see it, [s]does it really fall [s]did and I actually trip them, does it really count as a paladin trap? How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
FTFY

FIFY.

Also, the answer is yes. Yes I did.

FIFY again.
FIFY as well.

Now it's perfect. Nothing to fix there.


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Perhaps, but do you know the answer?


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Chuck Norris is the answer. For all questions.


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The answer is chuck Norris.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
The answer is chuck Norris.

Great minds think alike.


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*searches for kileanna's ninja so he can stab her*

Hmm....

* vanishes*


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Her Ninjutsu is stronger than yours. And Chuck Wood says to stop using his name for silliness.


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Yay! Field trip day!


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John Napier 698 wrote:
If a tree falls in a forest, and no one is there to see it, does it really fall?

Left!... no, right!... pull up! Pull up!! Pull up!!!... wait, no, I was right the first time. Turn south.


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The avatar for that one is good you can even see where it vomited a little.


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Are you saying I can't handle my liquor?

I'll have you know that tree wasn't there when we drove by earlier.


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I've been called again to job in the last moment. I love getting this calls as more work means some money and more points for being higher on the lists but I hate receiving them so late. I've already had to cancel gaming sessions because of it.

Silver Crusade

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*offers hugs*


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*Hugs Kileanna* Do what you have to. :)


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I also get to work on a day I'm not scheduled this week. Thursday is Take your child to work day and apparently a toy store is more fun to go to work at then an office.

Who knew!

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