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Limeylongears wrote:
...'Stop rubbing his nipples! It won't help!'...

It might not help, but it won't hurt either.

It's easier to rub my nipples when I'm nekkid.

Edit: Didn't realize I was ToP.


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That'll hurt!

But hopefully only psychologically.


Vidmaster7 wrote:
I don't know if gran is making jokes anymore or having a psychotic break
Scintillae wrote:
Or is such a limiting conjunction.
gran rey de los mono wrote:
You shouldn't call me a limiting conjunction. My brother called me a limiting conjunction once. Once.
gran rey de los mono wrote:
This is what I had in mind with this line.

I actually knew what you were referencing!

EDIT: dang it, you'd think 31 minutes wouldn't be a ninja, but nooooooooooooooo, somehow I mange to make it so that I can be ninja'd in that time. Just me. Just because. XD


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Apparently, a user is signed out after some period of inactivity. We need to find the interval. We should start at thirty minutes, because the length of a typical scan tour for work is twenty minutes.

*To Orthos and Scint: I'm a Security Guard in a Pittsburgh Parking Garage.*


gran rey de los mono wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
...'Stop rubbing his nipples! It won't help!'...
It might not help, but it won't hurt either.

Eh.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
...'Stop rubbing his nipples! It won't help!'...
It might not help, but it won't hurt either.

That depends on what you're rubbing them with.


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Limeylongears wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
...'Stop rubbing his nipples! It won't help!'...
It might not help, but it won't hurt either.
That depends on what you're rubbing them with.

*backs away slowly*

Please put down the porcupine.


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I recommend a nice long sax solo when you rub it.


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So, it's now 9:10. I'll be away for 30 minutes and see if I have to sign in again.


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At least everything I post is still new and phresh.

Kids still say that, right.


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Scintillae wrote:
This includes an incident of Cirque du Soleil while trying to get in to talk to Devargo Barsi because this idea occurred to them as being The Correct Course Of Action before anyone even considered "maybe we can just lie."

Are they playing the in-game games? Because for my second run-through one of the PCs totally unknowingly decided to play a fairly optimized dual-knife-wielding rogue.

Knivesies... did not go well for Devargo...


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TriOmegaZero wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
What's her area of expertise?
School psychology.

Ah. Totally out of my line of work, then.

I think you know, but I left education for tech, so I was hoping to be helpful. Not so much, though.


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"Trust me, if a girl ever asks you to build her a death ray: Say no."


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captain yesterday wrote:

At least everything I post is still new and phresh.

Kids still say that, right.

Sure, CY, sure they do.

Now let's go get your blanket, your wheelchair, and your mush.

BTW, what happened to Crookshanks? Did she decide we were all hopelessly eccentric and leave?


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Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

If I were to collect all of the "sanity texts" I send to my husband and sister throughout the school day and set them to music, I would have a Pogues album. Themes for the week include feces on the walls, lice checks, public masturbation (the hazards of dealing with three and four year olds), vomit, food throwing, fistfights, and blistering ennui.

Feces, Masturbation, Vomit and Lice should absolutely be the title of a Pogues album.

Also, Maria Montessori never warned me about this part, that devious b@~%&.

....

Lisamarlene, I believe you are a teacher yes? Not in day care? Cuz I understand the last 4 but not the first 3...

I teach a mixed-ages class, 3 to 6 year olds. And every year you get a few who, yes, do all sorts of interesting things.

I had a boy in my class seven years ago who would only pee by standing on top of the toilet bowl and aiming from very high up. If I didn't let him, he didn't want to use the toilet at all. His mother admitted that she taught him to do this "because toilets are so dirty". I managed to refrain from asking her how she used the bathroom.


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She's thirteen, so she probably forgot.

Right now they're getting ready to go get donuts, no school or work today and all.


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So I have to admit it: I miss the kids' elementary school costume parade.

It was cheesy, it was short, it was just standing around on the blacktop in the hot sun while 400-odd kids wandered by in costumes of varying quality, from amazing to "really?". But I miss it.


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It's after 9:40 and still signed in. At 9:50, I'll work on an hour and post the results right before I leave for work.


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Chemistry lab always confused me. We had all these graduated cylinders lying around, I thought "Hey! If these things are graduated, why are they still in school?"


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Me: "What kind of dog is that?"
Random Dog Owner: "Husky."
Me: "Sorry" *raspy voice* "What kind of dog is that?"


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"Spoondoor is a really good fantasy city name."
"One does not simply walk into Spoondoor."
"Hello, I'm Colonel Snaard from Spoondoor."


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NobodysHome wrote:

So I have to admit it: I miss the kids' elementary school costume parade.

It was cheesy, it was short, it was just standing around on the blacktop in the hot sun while 400-odd kids wandered by in costumes of varying quality, from amazing to "really?". But I miss it.

Our elementary school has a Halloween dance, but it's not for the kids, it's for the parents.

It's pretty hilarious.


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Potential names for M:tG cards:

Round Greed
Twisted Ambition
Foul (or Fowl) Regret
Blazing Knuckleback
Soggy Toothrat
Lukewarm Cowardice


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Potential names for M:tG cards:

Round Greed
Twisted Ambition
Foul (or Fowl) Regret
Blazing Knuckleback
Soggy Toothrat


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Also: Violent Abomination.


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"What do you need me for?"
"To true the formation of our bloodlines."
"That sounds a lot like 'breeding'."


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"This isn't about simple chromosomes. Those we could synthesize. We need the whole picture."
"We need nudes."


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"His dad was an accountant, and his mother was, like, a tree root."


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"I would find you charmingly naive, if what you're suggesting wasn't so horrific and disgusting."
"People say that to me all the time."


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"They're emergent. They're there for emergencies."


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"Sorry, my ear itches."
"It's okay. There's nothing wrong with massaging your Q-spot."


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"It's owns a flashlight."
"Oh, it owns that flashlight."


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"Knives are, by definition, in the middle of any division."


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"There was a scientific study that suggested that mice's favorite song is Total Eclipse of the Heart."
"Yeah, I'd believe that."


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"You won't budge a little to the left or right? We'll die if you don't!"
"Well now I am full of anxiety. How does that help?"


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"We killed a man dressed in a wolf suit. He had an embarrassing day and then he died. Isn't that sad?"


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NobodysHome wrote:
optimized dual-knife-wielding rogue.

NO~! IT'S NOT TRUE~! IT'S IMPOSSIBLE~!


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"If only there was some way to turn a f!*@ing spaceship!"
"If only there was more than one dimension that a spaceship could travel in!"
.....nope....
"Wasn't that an enormous engineering design flaw?"
"You'd think. I mean, this is brought to you by the same people who managed to breed out their own penises and whatever."

Grand Lodge

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AngryNerdRageDemon wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
optimized dual-knife-wielding rogue.
NO~! IT'S NOT TRUE~! IT'S IMPOSSIBLE~!

It takes forever to come online.


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"Are you tickling his NAVSCARF? That's so gross."
"Oh yeah, let's get the 'work his balls' programming of the hexapal working."


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NobodysWife: Now I want credit for not making any comments when you said, "High performance indoor-outdoor caulk."
NobodysHome: Oh, I wish you had.


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AngryNerdRageDemon wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
optimized dual-knife-wielding rogue.
NO~! IT'S NOT TRUE~! IT'S IMPOSSIBLE~!

Rogues totally dominate...

...until the party hits level 5 or so...


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NobodysHome wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
This includes an incident of Cirque du Soleil while trying to get in to talk to Devargo Barsi because this idea occurred to them as being The Correct Course Of Action before anyone even considered "maybe we can just lie."

Are they playing the in-game games? Because for my second run-through one of the PCs totally unknowingly decided to play a fairly optimized dual-knife-wielding rogue.

Knivesies... did not go well for Devargo...

Problem with that is that it would have made sense. No. This had nothing to do with the available games; they didn't even go into the gambling area. They just decided to start doing cartwheels on the docks. I...don't know why.


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So, after an hour of inactivity, I was involuntarily signed out. And I believe I know why. Each person signed in to the server creates a process. This process includes memory space, a slice of processor time, and other resources provided by the server. These resources are used up even when a user is inactive. If there's not enough resources available, then the server runs the risk of crashing. Logging off the inactive users frees those resources, increasing the average time between crashes.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Also: Violent Abomination.

You rang?

Shadow Lodge

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Cap'n Yesterday, FaWtL Tourism wrote:
Orthos wrote:
So I just saw the "No More Political Topics/Threads/Tangents/Derails/Debates Ever Again on Paizo" announcement. This makes me more happy than I could ever have hoped. Maybe this was a great time to come back.
You'll still want to avoid the rules forums, and any thread with Solarian in it's name is a trap.

Is that a person or a thing? I am a tad out of the loop, as it were.


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I think Solarian is probably from Starfinder.

Shadow Lodge

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Watching/listening to Stranger Things. Keep sympathizing more with all the adults.

Just listen to your parents, you darn kids!

I think I may finally be officially old.

Shadow Lodge

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gran rey de los mono wrote:
I think Solarian is probably from Starfinder.

That would explain it. I don't have the Starfinder stuff down yet. I've seen it on PFSRD but not looked too deep into it yet.


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It is. It's a character class that derives abilities from stars. Specifically, light and gravity. Visit the Starfinder SRD for more details.

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