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He is naked again >.> gosh darn
I've missed the chance to use my new aliases three times now!

Godamm you Tacticslion!

EDIT:
That sneaky f~!#er Tacticslion stole my clothes >.>


I have no idea what you're talking about.

(I know exactly what you're talking about.)

Anyway, in an entirely new and original post that certainly wasn't cut/pasted:

Ah. "Freshmen Flu" here - yeah, it's a thing. And you don't need to go get drunk to catch it.

(Again, ask me how I know.)

Though, yes, those that partook of the drinking parties were universally more ill than those that did not, so it certainly doesn't help.

EDIT: dang it, I kept my clothes on in college, and I'm gonna do it here: *dressed*

And Inwill have no talk of "karma" or "Justice" or whatever: I clearly don't deserve this! >:/

(Okay, I clearly deserved this.)


What I'm curious about is if CD<3 is going to notice in time to change the alias or not.


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Of course I am :)
I don't have a life. I'm always here xD


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[initiating sneaky f*~%er stealth mode.]


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Is Tacticslion looking a little waxy to anyone else? O.o


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Chromantic Durgon <3 wrote:

Of course I am :)

I don't have a life. I'm always here xD

That was my shtick...


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Life Sized Tacticslion Prop wrote:
[initiating sneaky f#&&er stealth mode.]

*Bounces lightly in admiration*


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You kids need to learn to share your sticks!
And don't hit eachother with them, that's how you get them there splinters!
Not even the most advanced medical technology of the day can deal with splinters! Last I heard anywho.


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Walks in, winks at juror #8 with self assurance, sets up IPod wired to a Bose speaker, quietly adjusts necktie.

Begins miming rebuttal to Like A Virgin.


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What is this witch craft o.o

He just put a string on a little wafer cube and then tied the string to another box looking doodad and suddenly music.

I can't keep up with all the kiddies.

Talking of kiddies that one is winking at me and it's making me uncomfortable >.>.


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Old Durgon wrote:

You kids need to learn to share your sticks!

And don't hit each other with them...

Last I heard, sharing each others' sticks gave you a lot worse than splinters.

Flees


>.<

... sigh.


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Blergh. Today is determined to kill me by millimeters. >.<

Somehow a factory recall and an oil change (should take an hour) turned into a major service that cost ten times what we had planned (it's fine, just yet more credit card debt we would rather not have) that took over four hours. I mean, at least I had an audiobook to listen to. And I did finish knitting a sock. But I had the grumpy service dude who hated that every time he came back to me with something else that needed done I made him explain exactly what it was and why it was necessary before I would approve the work, and then at the end had the gall to pull out a coupon. How dare I be an informed customer! :P
Got home, ate lunch, went to pick up kidlet, and then he showed up after major conflicts with two separate teachers. We split up the emails. I get to write one and my husband gets to write one. I get the photography teacher who is giving him a hard time about asking for clarification on assignments because he needs to be told something directly and can't infer information easily. (New year, new round of emails to remind his teachers that high functioning doesn't mean he isn't still autistic and does actually need those accommodations) and my husband gets to email the teacher who didn't intervene when his classmate was screaming insults and threats at him in class. Yes, the kidlet can be annoying sometimes, but that's no excuse not to stop her from behaving like that. It at least deserved a verbal reprimand. Not impressed.
And the maintenance guys never showed up today to look at the broken stove. It's our only old appliance. We've had to have all the others replaced. It's only been a matter of time. But in the meantime I can't cook at home. Well, I can use the deep fryer. And the grill. And the microwave. So I can get by until it's repaired/replaced, but not easily. Cooking in the deep fryer is a whole production, I'm crap at the grill, and we're not much for microwave dinners. I bake or pan fry practically everything I make. Which is really hard to do when the oven and burners won't heat properly. Grr. I knew it wasn't going to be fixed today, but they should have at least looked at it to be able to order what they needed. Now they won't look at it until Monday at the earliest, which means I'm probably going to be having to figure out a whole week's worth of meals at least before I have a working stove again.
Stupid rassumfrassum day full of annoyances. >:(


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Hugs! :/


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NobodysHome wrote:
Old Durgon wrote:

You kids need to learn to share your sticks!

And don't hit each other with them...

Last I heard, sharing each others' sticks gave you a lot worse than splinters.

Flees

Some sandpapering, a drop of linseed oil, and a lorra lorra TLC.

That's all you need, Alec Douglas Home.


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Anyhow, I hope Impus Minor feels better soon. And that his teacher learns some basic compassion. I mean, the latter is a long shot, but we can still hope....


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Now to take the smelly kidlet home (jujitsu class just ended) and then figure out where we're going to eat. Obviously not at home. Unless I go get takeout, I suppose. :)


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It seems to be a popular choice this week.


Captain Yesterday Smurf wrote:
It seems to be a popular choice this week.

We've been saving up for a Cracker Barrel experience!

(Chinese will have to be some other week, I'm afraid.)


By the way: yes, I realized. It was a horn-tooter - seemed appropriate! :D


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"Oh man, our ship looks like crap now" - Seth Mcfarlane, The Orville.


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lynora wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

*More Hugs* Yes! I have more hotspot time now. And now that my current bank problems have been settled, I was finally able to purchase the StarFinder PDFs. Go, Team John!


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Chromantic Durgon <3 wrote:

What does one do with 100ft of rope?

Other than like.. extreme skipping.

Human Yo-yos. Tie a loop around a person's waist. Wrap the rope around the person. Tie the loose end to a bridge, and toss the person off the bridge. Bonus points if the person is still in one piece when finished. :) *KIDDING!*


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Stops tying rope to bridge.

Wow! That was close!


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Such a shame you didn't follow through.

I was so looking forward to the show.


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Eh, I'm afraid of heights.

And bridges.


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Such a shame. Such a damn shame, just think of the wind whistling through your ... Small intestine hair. Doesn't it sound enchanting?


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I get to work at four tomorrow morning.

But, at least I get off at 9.


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Evil Durgon wrote:
Such a shame. Such a damn shame, just think of the wind whistling through your ... Small intestine hair. Doesn't it sound enchanting?

Yup, that's why I'm afraid of heights and bridges.


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When I was in the Army in the late 1980s, there was one player that had a large supply of Hemp Rope. Every so often, his character would cut off a piece, stick it in a pipe, and smoke it. "What do you mean, you only have 50 feet of rope? YOU JUST BOUGHT IT!!!" Or words to that effect.


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And, I was finally able to buy the last two books of Ironfang Invasion that my LGS had on hold for me for God Knows How Long.

Edit: About 3 months, more or less.


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I'm a huge fan of Ironfang Invasion.

Kalindlara wrote the fey boons and banes in book five, which are awesome. :-)


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Yes. I saw that. I'm thinking that Hobgoblins would make an excellent Evil Empire (tm) for StarFinder. What do you think?


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Aaaaand... I just joined AARP.

Woo hoo?


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Anxious Ankhegs Reject Protectionism?

Accordions Are Ralphie's Precious?

Alton Attemps Roast Pteranodon?


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Aerosol Aardvark Rainbow Periscopes.


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Association of Anachronistic Role-Players. :)


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Aphrodite's Arse Rocks, People!


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Algorithms Are Really Pool.

...[initiating self destruct sequence. ]...


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Infinity Server wrote:

Algorithms Are Really Pool.

...[initiating self destruct sequence. ]...

"Oh Cr*p! Who pulled the pin? TAKE COVER!"


Carpel tunnel! Ruuuunnnn!!!


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PLEASE EVACUATE IN AN ORDERLY FASHION>>>
DO NOT RUN, WALK PLEASE, IN AN ORDERED LINE, ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY, NUMERICALLY, AND ARISTOCRATICALLY FROM TALLEST TO SHORTEST.
WHEN YOU HAVE EXITED THE FACILITY SEEK IMMEDIATE REFUGE UNDER THE NEAREST BOMB SHELTER, HOWEVER WE ASK THAT YOU REMAIN CALM AND DO NOT PAN-
*BOOM!!*


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Well that went well


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So my car is slowly accruing minor issues. I can still drive it, but I'd like to get a new car soon. A brand new car, for the first time ever! However, large purchases and large sums of money give me anxiety and I have a terrible habit of procrastinating until things get dire and then I make mistakes.

But my wife has really educated herself about money and credit, and is super excited about the idea of me getting a brand new car. (She got hers last year.) So she agreed to visit a dealership earlier this week to look at a particular car that I like. While there, the sales team sweet-talked her into signing some papers "Just to keep the car on the lot until TS finalizes the deal." Oh, and the dealership was kind enough to offer to deliver the car to my home so that I can test drive it.

My wife comes home, I start reading the paperwork that I had no idea she had signed, and one of them says something to the effect that "Upon delivery of this vehicle, you are obligated to buy it." >:( I text the saleswoman who had left me several messages by this point, to tell her in no uncertain terms that I have not agreed to buy this vehicle and do not come to my home. They do not deliver the car as they intended, so fair enough.

But then I talk to my wife last night, and she reminds me that her signature is on a bunch of paperwork, which may obligate her to take out a loan for a car she doesn't want. So today I call the dealership for the first time, and end up talking to the finances guy who helped sweet-talk her into signing. What. An. A*&*~+!. My wife assures me that all the salespeople are very nice, and I'm sure they are when they think they're about to make a sweet sale. But this guy tried every trick in the book to avoid promising to tear up those documents, and to get me down to the dealership. Innocence, cajoling, stonewalling, mock outrage, even called me a liar. I ended up hanging up on him in the middle of his screed, and I never do that!

I am not a lawyer and I have no guarantee that those documents actually are shredded, so I'm going to hold off on my car search just to make sure my wife doesn't find herself with a surprise loan. And hey, it'll give me a chance to get my game together before I do buy. But holy crap, what an awful experience!

I've read that the U.S. has certain laws which are the underlying reason that car buying is such a headache and why car dealerships lean heavily toward the sweet-talking hard-selling amoral end of the business spectrum.


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And explains why certain members of the auto industry are compared with specific aquatic predators.


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This. I laughed so much.


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Wow 397 this time.


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Only 397?
I thought we'd have made a few more...

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