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*gets dressed* The ninja strikes again! Mwa-ha-ha-ha!

Grand Lodge

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Should have brought a good camera. Getting to see DIY, No Way Jose, and other NXT guys is pretty awesome anyway.


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About to close up the garage and go home. Good night everybody.


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Vapid Captain Yesterday wrote:

I'm priceless.

On account, every time I'm kidnapped nobody pays the ransom.

Are you confusing priceless with worthless again?


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Captain Yesterday, FaWtL 6 News wrote:

I'm not equipped to shop for apples in today's world of designer apples.

Pazzazz! That's not even a real word! (Though pizzazz is, learn how to spell!) Envy!?! Not for 2.99 a pound!

So, exactly how are these designer apples any different than normal apples? Aside from the marketing.

Designer apples have little alligators embroidered on the pocket.


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Vapid Captain Yesterday wrote:

I'm priceless.

On account, every time I'm kidnapped nobody pays the ransom.

Yeah, that was a bit of a fiasco. And who knew silver tape cost that much!


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*puts on Stuck in the middle with you and starts dancing while holding a huge salmon*


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Good night, John!


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Captain Yesterday, FaWtL 6 News wrote:

I'm not equipped to shop for apples in today's world of designer apples.

Pazzazz! That's not even a real word! (Though pizzazz is, learn how to spell!) Envy!?! Not for 2.99 a pound!

So, exactly how are these designer apples any different than normal apples? Aside from the marketing.

Surely all apples (bar crab-apples) are 'designer' apples, in that they've been bred to be that way? Possible we're getting into Designer Fliming Bacycle territory here, so I'll shut up, but before I do, Pazzazz Apples sounds like some super new post-ironic Flamenco/Happy Hardcore/Doom-Polka crossover duo, from Portland (Oregon).


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A local nun got into trouble recently. She wouldn't stop sneaking into the other nuns' wardrobes and spraying shaving foam on their clothes. She had been warned to stop, but just couldn't. It turns out that prank is habit foaming.


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Also, one of my friends checked himself into rehab last night. His addiction is most strange: he sculpts small animals from clay. Well, just one animal over and over. We should have seen it coming, but honestly, who would have thought sculpting hares was rabbit forming?


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Reminds me of pearls before swines comic.


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Stop pun-ishing us!


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Syrus Terrigan wrote:

I meant to respond to that first build post you made, Tac, but I passed out before I finished the reply, and then life happened.

So: you're looking for a build that has at least gotten to the first level of the PrC, right? Or to build *as* a "straight class"? I think I missed a cue on that point from your first post, and I didn't delve into the re-posts very thoroughly . . . .

And speaking of build submissions: I haven't heard back from Heshvaun on that mesmerist I cooked up for him. Where's he been? Freehold? Know anything??

hes probably been at work. He did wish me a happy may 4th. Although I wished it to him FIRST.


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Sharoth wrote:
Stop pun-ishing us!

Punishment? It is a gift!


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Did you hear about the monk who used his space heater all the time? It was abbot warming.


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"Hey, what's that term you use for trying to cultivate Ellis, Alpert, Hoover and Spencer?"

"It's Herbert farming"


How... are these getting worse?!


I mean, I'm still actually laughing at each one, but I really have no idea how they keep getting worse than where they started...


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Because of a cascade failure in our collective mental discipline. That's how.

EDIT: But they are funny. Double-shame on me. :D


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*yawns* 'Morning, all. That's because a chain of puns have half-lives. The "funniness" decays exponentially, with each being half a funny as the one before. This is why a series of puns rapidly goes from funny to painful.


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How do you get the Bass player off your front porch?

Pay them for the pizza!


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captain yesterday wrote:

How do you get the Bass player off your front porch?

Pay them for the pizza!

So, this is a new tactic to ensure that the delivery people get paid?


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It turns out we have a Hobby Lobby on the east side.

Which was basically a mega sized Ben-Franklin.


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Bookface drama -- and a big difference in religion and politics -- just cost me two wedding guests.

I can't help remembering a lengthy interview with Daryl Davis I heard, in which he explains how he -- a black man -- managed to reform several KKK 'grand wizards' simply by maintaining long-term friendships with them. Surely if Mr. Davis can do that, I can be extra-super-polite with a couple of old high school friends...

But honestly, I'm not sure that I even care about losing these two guests.

/mid-life issues


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In further Golarion football news: Wow, the Kyonin league got weird even considering I randomise the scores.


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Like, near-perfect bell-curve weird.


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Kajehase wrote:
Like, near-perfect bell-curve weird.

Careful, now. Freehold's already loaded his anti-math shotgun. Let's not make his trigger finger itchy.


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About to leave for work. Will be back on-line at around 5 PM.


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Rainy and cold again today. :)

Had a transition meeting at the school the kidlet will be going to next year, so I had to dress presentable (recognizably not pajamas), so I went with my stealth nerd outfit. It looks totally normal, basic mom uniform, but everything has geeky patterns semi-hidden. Tardis scarf, Revenclaw cardigan, dragon earrings. And knee-high wellies so I could splash in puddles in the parking lot. My inner child thinks I pulled off this adult disguise pretty well! ;P


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And I just realized that I never took my pain meds earlier....well, poo! No wonder I feel like crap! I thought it was just because I wasn't over the flu quite yet...


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Void orb. Another day, another familiar... An undead blot of negative energy-charged personality fragment.

No, it still isn't a sexy fey.


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I buy flowers for my desk every week because it cheers me up to see them. This week I got ranunculus, which are holding up surprisingly well. Apparently the cats do not find these flowers tasty. :)


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lynora wrote:
I buy flowers for my desk every week because it cheers me up to see them. This week I got ranunculus, which are holding up surprisingly well. Apparently the cats do not find these flowers tasty. :)

~laughter~


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I just found out that an old (girl)friend has cancer. I am treating her to lunch and then Guardians of the Galaxy 2. She is good people and we parted on friendly terms.


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Hah! The kidlet came home from school and apparently his umbrella broke most spectacularly on the way home. The spring that let it open and close totally sprinted sproinged and now the umbrella part is parallel to the handle. :D

Edit: Autocorrect is out of control! Again! And apparently I can't turn it off! :(


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Sharoth wrote:
I just found out that an old (girl)friend has cancer. I am treating her to lunch and then Guardians of the Galaxy 2. She is good people and we parted on friendly terms.

Positive waves for your friend and hopefully she will make it through treatment well


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lynora wrote:
I buy flowers for my desk every week because it cheers me up to see them. This week I got ranunculus, which are holding up surprisingly well. Apparently the cats do not find these flowers tasty. :)

Our dog's second favorite pastime (besides chasing squirrels) is to sit in the yard ala Ferdinand and sniff the flowers. :-)

He's got the relaxed pose with sidelong glance down perfect too. :-)


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captain yesterday wrote:
lynora wrote:
I buy flowers for my desk every week because it cheers me up to see them. This week I got ranunculus, which are holding up surprisingly well. Apparently the cats do not find these flowers tasty. :)

Our dog's second favorite pastime (besides chasing squirrels) is to sit in the yard ala Ferdinand and sniff the flowers. :-)

He's got the relaxed pose with sidelong glance down perfect too. :-)

I've never had a dog that liked flowers, but I had one when I was growing up that was crazy about veggies. He would steal all the green beans out of the garden if he could get at them. :)


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Sharoth wrote:
I just found out that an old (girl)friend has cancer. I am treating her to lunch and then Guardians of the Galaxy 2. She is good people and we parted on friendly terms.

I wish she gets well. I've had some cases of cancer in my family and now they are healthy and fine, so I hope her case is one of those.

One of my aunts suffered a kind of cancer that usually has a 95% chance of being lethal. She got it extirpated in time and she didn't even need to take chemotherapy. So even if thinks look grim everything can be better than it seems.


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lynora wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
lynora wrote:
I buy flowers for my desk every week because it cheers me up to see them. This week I got ranunculus, which are holding up surprisingly well. Apparently the cats do not find these flowers tasty. :)

Our dog's second favorite pastime (besides chasing squirrels) is to sit in the yard ala Ferdinand and sniff the flowers. :-)

He's got the relaxed pose with sidelong glance down perfect too. :-)

I've never had a dog that liked flowers, but I had one when I was growing up that was crazy about veggies. He would steal all the green beans out of the garden if he could get at them. :)

Mine ate apples. But he only liked sweet apples.


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Cooked pumpkin is both good for dogs and they f@!%ing love it!

I know when my pumpkin pies are done when the dog starts begging in front of the oven. :-)


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Sharoth wrote:
I just found out that an old (girl)friend has cancer. I am treating her to lunch and then Guardians of the Galaxy 2. She is good people and we parted on friendly terms.

Hoping she'll make it through.


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Sharoth wrote:
I just found out that an old (girl)friend has cancer. I am treating her to lunch and then Guardians of the Galaxy 2. She is good people and we parted on friendly terms.

Best wishes to her, Mr. Dragon.


I'll definitely keep her in my prayers, Sharoth!


Tch.

Typical. We arrive at the farewell party and Mommy has to take eldest to the potty, but they're done pretty quickly. Then, just as we sit to eat, I get called to potty. It's the long one. Sigh.


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If you combine cheetos and jelly beans at the exact same time it tastes exactly like fruit loops


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Sorry it took me so long to get back on-line. My laptop seems to have an issue with my hotspot's wireless connection. I just did the direct connection via USB and it's working much better now.


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Sharoth wrote:
I just found out that an old (girl)friend has cancer. I am treating her to lunch and then Guardians of the Galaxy 2. She is good people and we parted on friendly terms.

Sorry to hear about your friend's cancer. She will be in my thoughts and prayers.


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Prayers and blessings for your friend, Sharoth.

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