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Trouser was normally a happy-go-lucky dog. He would chase tennis balls, play with other doggies, and eat his dinner without a fuss. He was a dog without a care. But on that fateful autumn afternoon, it was to be different. Trouser's owners were walking him along a trail at the park, when suddenly from out of the bushes jumped a man all dressed in black. He had white paint on his face, and was gesturing annoyingly at Trouser's masters. This strange person spoke not a word, but proceeded to pretend that he was trapped in a box and that he was pulling on a long rope. Seeing the sheer horror on his masters' faces, Trouser took it upon himself to rectify the situation. With a low growl he jumped and sank his teeth into this annoying pseudo clown's leg. Trouser immediately got a sickened look in his eyes and began to vomit wildly. He then dragged his tongue all over the ground in an effort to remove the man's foul essence from his mouth. For Trouser had learned that a mime is a terrible thing to taste.

Edit: I guess the dog is nekkid. Maybe the owners? I don't know.


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A chipmunk walked into a hardware store because he was redoing his bar. He asked the clerk where he could get one of those table tops that opens and shuts on a hinge. The clerk wasn't sure. So the chipmunk said, "Yeah, you know, like the kind those blue jays above me have". "Oh", said the clerk, "You mean closing counters of the bird kind!"


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What did the little red tractor say to the big green tractor? "Why don't you come a little closer, John Deere?"


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John had a new dog, but he didn't want to deal with puppies so he got her fixed. However, some how the gal still got pregnant, and even had identical twins! The media loved it and soon she was a celebrity. John wrote a book about her entitled, "Two Dachshunds in One: A Spayed Oddity".


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Evil Kjeldorn wrote:
Kileanna wrote:

I did it.

I TPKed my players' party.
It was my first time to do that, as I am not a very harsh GM and I have intelligent players.
They died by the guts of an undead woman in a red dress. It wasn't a fancy death.

*Snifles*

I knew this day would come...but every time it just seems so soon!

*wipes tears from his eyes*

Here you need this stuff for your future bloody endeavours...

*Hands Kile a sacrificial dagger, a book titled "Necromancy for beginners", and a coupon for some Rent-a-Thugs redeemable at Mooks-R-Us*

Now it's time for you to strike out on your own...

*Opens door and ushers kile out, giving her a pat on her behind, on the way out*

They just grow into Dungeon Mastering so fast these days!

Hey, I am not that new at this!!!

I am already at advanced necromancy 101!

And I am so evil that my tickets are all irredeemable too.

Anyway, it has been fun not to hold my hand or device ways for my characters to get through situations for once.


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Yes, I'm re-watching Rogue One on Netflix just so I can see Donnie Yen beat up stormtroopers. Because Donnie Yen.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
It's pretty good. Best thing Elijah Wood's done (that I've seen) since that movie-trilogy.
Also, could someone please do a long-running series of something starring Richard Schiff? He's almost at West Wing-Toby level of good in this.

I've still got fifteen minutes to go of the first episode, but man is it hilariously confusingly funny.

I especially like the old guy and the guy with the sniper rifle.

"You do realize we're here to protect the primary, and not kill anyone"

"Right... I've got a shot"

Wait, did I read this right? Schiff is in the Dirk Gently series?

Now I'm torn. I wasn't going to watch it because it was so badly miscast, and now I have to


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lisamarlene wrote:
Yes, I'm re-watching Rogue One on Netflix just so I can see Donnie Yen beat up stormtroopers. Because Donnie Yen.

I see no problem with this.


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lisamarlene wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
It's pretty good. Best thing Elijah Wood's done (that I've seen) since that movie-trilogy.
Also, could someone please do a long-running series of something starring Richard Schiff? He's almost at West Wing-Toby level of good in this.

I've still got fifteen minutes to go of the first episode, but man is it hilariously confusingly funny.

I especially like the old guy and the guy with the sniper rifle.

"You do realize we're here to protect the primary, and not kill anyone"

"Right... I've got a shot"

Wait, did I read this right? Schiff is in the Dirk Gently series?

Now I'm torn. I wasn't going to watch it because it was so badly miscast, and now I have to

I read the book. It was...odd. Even for Douglas Adams.


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I don't suppose there's someone out there just waiting to be one of my minions and is interested in wearing this oufit, is there?


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I'm also looking for someone to wear this.

Honestly, I'd love to just form a group that's made of lovelies dressed as characters from RWBY.


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*continues searching for pastries*


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Mrgh.


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And once again, the evil that is work needs to be done. Enjoy your respite, FaWtL, for I shall return to wreck havoc once more.

MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!

Dark Archive

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gran rey de los mono wrote:

And once again, the evil that is work needs to be done. Enjoy your respite, FaWtL, for I shall return to wreck havoc once more.

MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!

~wicked smile~ Work is so nice in how Evil it is!


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
It's pretty good. Best thing Elijah Wood's done (that I've seen) since that movie-trilogy.
Also, could someone please do a long-running series of something starring Richard Schiff? He's almost at West Wing-Toby level of good in this.

I've still got fifteen minutes to go of the first episode, but man is it hilariously confusingly funny.

I especially like the old guy and the guy with the sniper rifle.

"You do realize we're here to protect the primary, and not kill anyone"

"Right... I've got a shot"

Wait, did I read this right? Schiff is in the Dirk Gently series?

Now I'm torn. I wasn't going to watch it because it was so badly miscast, and now I have to

I read the book. It was...odd. Even for Douglas Adams.

Did you read both books?

The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul was a bit less odd.

It helps to understand the first book a bit to know that it was actually a failed plotline for Doctor Who, back when Adams was a writer for the show. When it didn't work out, he changed a few things and turned it into a novel instead.


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Yay for Starfinder authorization Thursday!!

Clutching his towel and reading Vogon Poetry Or Death: Always Choose Death. our intrepid explorer looks to the skies for his next ride.


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Kileanna wrote:

I did it.

I TPKed my players' party.
It was my first time to do that, as I am not a very harsh GM and I have intelligent players.
They died by the guts of an undead woman in a red dress. It wasn't a fancy death.

hey! I played that module! I managed to save her, first, but, yeah, that was a brutal thing.

Hope it's fun!


What module was that.


captain yesterday wrote:

Also, the clouds don't look happy, but the dog has led me far afield.

I blame Tacticslion for letting my phone distract me.

Sounds legit.

Need revenge? I know q guy....


Kileanna wrote:
TOZ wrote:
Kileanna wrote:


They died by the guts of an undead woman in a red dress. It wasn't a fancy death.
Ugh, those things are disgusting.

Why don't you like red dresses?

The "thing", by the way, was a gutdragger lurcher. Really disgusting, indead. They attack with their own eviscerated entrails, trying to choke you with them and with their content. Yucks.

My players did well on all thethe mmodule but they wanted to experience some really threatening stuff and check if the module was really a killer. It is. The ability damage is high at all moments so they end getting to the last fights seriously debilitated.

My youngest player really loved her character so now I am thinking of a way to bring him back from the dead in a believable way so she doesn't lose it.

Ssshhhhhaaaaaadooooowwwwwww~... dancer.

I'm sure that's what Inwas going to say. Yes.

My story definitly Cyric's out. I know a guy.


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lisamarlene wrote:
Yes, I'm re-watching Rogue One on Netflix just so I can see Donnie Yen beat up stormtroopers. Because Donnie Yen.

Well, I mean, obviously. But you made a mistake. It should be, "because DONNIE YEEEE NNNN~!"

I'm helping!


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[Tina Turner voice]

She'll be your Ssshhhhhaaaaaadooooowwwwwww~... dancer.
Daaaancer for gutties. Dancer for guts and entrails.

[But, you know, in a dress sort of like this one...
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Captain ? wrote:
What module was that.

Spoiler:

Hangman's Noose


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Tacticslion wrote:
Captain ? wrote:
What module was that.
** spoiler omitted **

That explains why I didn't recognize the scene, I don't have that one. :-)


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It's hard to believe no one had this one already.


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lisamarlene wrote:

[Tina Turner voice]

She'll be your Ssshhhhhaaaaaadooooowwwwwww~... dancer.
Daaaancer for gutties. Dancer for guts and entrails.

But, you know, in a dress sort of like this one...

Fixed the link for you.


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Read about guts and entrails before going to sleep; woke up and started a big pot of chili for dinner tonight.


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Sharoth wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

[Tina Turner voice]

She'll be your Ssshhhhhaaaaaadooooowwwwwww~... dancer.
Daaaancer for gutties. Dancer for guts and entrails.

But, you know, in a dress sort of like this one...

Fixed the link for you.

Thanks, Sharoth.

Tried it four times. I never got past Turtle Basic.


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lisamarlene wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

[Tina Turner voice]

She'll be your Ssshhhhhaaaaaadooooowwwwwww~... dancer.
Daaaancer for gutties. Dancer for guts and entrails.

But, you know, in a dress sort of like this one...

Fixed the link for you.

Thanks, Sharoth.

Tried it four times. I never got past Turtle Basic.

It's all turtles all the way down.


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I'm teaching Tiny T-Rex how to make Swedish pancakes.

Later, quasi pumpkin pie (I have a big can o' pumpkin from the General's pumpkin bread that never was).

Shadow Lodge

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Punniculus wrote:
Honestly, I'd love to just form a group that's made of lovelies dressed as characters from RWBY.

Dibs on Adam.


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Punniculus wrote:

I'm also looking for someone to wear this.

Honestly, I'd love to just form a group that's made of lovelies dressed as characters from RWBY.

I'd love to dress as Qrow, but I sadly lack the build for it... he's all wiry an' stuff, and I'm anything but.

Jean's outfit looks like way too much work, and my hair doesn't take dye.

Hmmm.

Would wearing a bear costume work?


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
It's pretty good. Best thing Elijah Wood's done (that I've seen) since that movie-trilogy.
Also, could someone please do a long-running series of something starring Richard Schiff? He's almost at West Wing-Toby level of good in this.

I've still got fifteen minutes to go of the first episode, but man is it hilariously confusingly funny.

I especially like the old guy and the guy with the sniper rifle.

"You do realize we're here to protect the primary, and not kill anyone"

"Right... I've got a shot"

Wait, did I read this right? Schiff is in the Dirk Gently series?

Now I'm torn. I wasn't going to watch it because it was so badly miscast, and now I have to

I read the book. It was...odd. Even for Douglas Adams.

MMM... The second book was even weirder, but the first book was also weird, but I thought it was clever, and well written.


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Shady Contact wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Also, the clouds don't look happy, but the dog has led me far afield.

I blame Tacticslion for letting my phone distract me.

Sounds legit.

Need revenge? I know q guy....

Typo?

probably not, I've never met this guy before.


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I know Q, he's an a*!+*+#.


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Hey, everyone. Just posting to let everyone know that I'm still around. I was just very busy yesterday. Got about an hour 'til the library closes. Will post tomorrow if there's time.


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"The first person that hits me I'm taking their car so it can be my precious" - Tiny T-Rex, playing video games, has never seen LotR.


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Signs that this is the end of times:

  • On Rotten Tomatoes, "The Emoji Movie" is, unsurprisingly, at 0% among the critics who have reviewed it so far. (Only 12, so it doesn't have an 'official' score yet.)
  • And yet the user survey indicates that 62% of Rotten Tomatoes users plan on seeing it.
  • WTF, people?

    Just seriously. W... T... F...?


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    Younger brother's PC broke down after a faulty update (didn't seem like a broken part was to blame). Had to format it today and finishing setting things back up tomorrow.


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    They're all thirteen and under.

    Both my kids would sell me in a minute to go see it.

    Or at least parts of me.


    NobodysHome wrote:

    Signs that this is the end of times:

  • On Rotten Tomatoes, "The Emoji Movie" is, unsurprisingly, at 0% among the critics who have reviewed it so far. (Only 12, so it doesn't have an 'official' score yet.)
  • And yet the user survey indicates that 62% of Rotten Tomatoes users plan on seeing it.
  • WTF, people?

    Just seriously. W... T... F...?

    I... I don't... I can't... O.O

    captain yesterday wrote:

    They're all thirteen and under.

    Both my kids would sell me in a minute to go see it.

    Or at least parts of me.

    I... I don't... I can't... O.O

    Well, okay, I at least kind of can... but not really.


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    Hey, NH. I spoke to my brother earlier today. He approves of all my ideas about moving forward away from my dead Security career. But he recommends doing all simultaneously. Going to refurbish a "junker" tower to use as a test platform for my improvements to an obscure OS (MMURTL). Going to add support in the built-in debugger for floating point instructions.


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    John Napier 698 wrote:
    Hey, NH. I spoke to my brother earlier today. He approves of all my ideas about moving forward away from my dead Security career. But he recommends doing all simultaneously. Going to refurbish a "junker" tower to use as a test platform for my improvements to an obscure OS (MMURTL). Going to add support in the built-in debugger for floating point instructions.

    Awesome! Keep us informed as to how it goes!

    I'd offer you some hardware to play with, but a certain person *cough* *cough* Hi's player *cough* *cough* took it all off my hands.


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    Nah, it's okay. I think I've got enough spare parts to refurbish it. I think it was discarded simply because the former owner got a newer model. Here in PA, there's a recent law that electronics can't go into landfills. Once I make sure it works, I can definitely make good use of it. And, the OS is small enough to boot from a floppy.


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    And here we go:

    NobodysHome: So I need a quick "measure of awfulness" here, and you're just the man for the job:
    - Do you have any plans to see the Emoji movie?
    - If not, and if someone offered to pay your way, would you go see it?

    Shiro's Player: Oooh, that's an interesting question...
    One sec.
    Ok, so... it "might" be ok. The previews look like it's a total current / pop / internet meme sorta movie. And it doesn't look "good".
    I'd see if it someone paid. LOL But then again, you are asking ME.

    NobodysHome: OK. Just checking. There was a review linked in Google News, so I went over to RottenTomatoes and it's at a solid 0%. But only 12 reviews are in because it opens tomorrow and they haven't let critics review it yet.

    Shiro's Player: And that is the reason I'd see it. LOL I've only seen a 4% before... it would be the lowest ever!

    -----

    So apparently Shiro's player would see it just to set a "record of badness" for himself.

    That's pretty low.


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    About ten minutes to go. Time to close up the shop. See everyone later. Preferably tomorrow.


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    NobodysHome wrote:

    And here we go:

    NobodysHome: So I need a quick "measure of awfulness" here, and you're just the man for the job:
    - Do you have any plans to see the Emoji movie?
    - If not, and if someone offered to pay your way, would you go see it?

    Shiro's Player: Oooh, that's an interesting question...
    One sec.
    Ok, so... it "might" be ok. The previews look like it's a total current / pop / internet meme sorta movie. And it doesn't look "good".
    I'd see if it someone paid. LOL But then again, you are asking ME.

    NobodysHome: OK. Just checking. There was a review linked in Google News, so I went over to RottenTomatoes and it's at a solid 0%. But only 12 reviews are in because it opens tomorrow and they haven't let critics review it yet.

    Shiro's Player: And that is the reason I'd see it. LOL I've only seen a 4% before... it would be the lowest ever!

    -----

    So apparently Shiro's player would see it just to set a "record of badness" for himself.

    That's pretty low.

    There's a poster for that film on a bus-stop I travel past when going to work which features a smiling poo wearing a bow tie. I think that probably sums it up quite well.


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    NobodysHome wrote:

    Signs that this is the end of times:

  • On Rotten Tomatoes, "The Emoji Movie" is, unsurprisingly, at 0% among the critics who have reviewed it so far. (Only 12, so it doesn't have an 'official' score yet.)
  • And yet the user survey indicates that 62% of Rotten Tomatoes users plan on seeing it.
  • WTF, people?

    Just seriously. W... T... F...?

    critics have long since stopped being the voice of the people and have regressed into sad kids who couldnt get a job in the field so they complain loudly about those who did. The only critics worth the name passed away several years ago. With the internet and most of all you tube, anyone and 18 of their closest sock puppets friends can create a channel criticising things for clicks.


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    Freehold DM wrote:
    NobodysHome wrote:

    Signs that this is the end of times:

  • On Rotten Tomatoes, "The Emoji Movie" is, unsurprisingly, at 0% among the critics who have reviewed it so far. (Only 12, so it doesn't have an 'official' score yet.)
  • And yet the user survey indicates that 62% of Rotten Tomatoes users plan on seeing it.
  • WTF, people?

    Just seriously. W... T... F...?

    critics have long since stopped being the voice of the people and have regressed into sad kids who couldnt get a job in the field so they complain loudly about those who did. The only critics worth the name passed away several years ago. With the internet and most of all you tube, anyone and 18 of their closest sock puppets friends can create a channel criticising things for clicks.

    But... but... how do you really feel?

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