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lisamarlene wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:


Also, I've been checking FAWTL in-between a lengthy annual inspection with the fire marshal (who looks a bit like Freehold but taller and clearly works out a lot), and cleaning out the school attic and hauling boxes down a flight of stairs to the dumpster and moving shelving units *up* the stairs.

So I'm sure I am behind on my internet frivolity

He's all the me I could be!

He's from West Virginia and deeply conservative.

You were saying?

He's..all the evil clone...I could be?


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Besides, he's clothed. We all know the real Freehold is naked all the time.


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Unless, of course, I'm in your ear canal. Then I'm fully clothed. I am a professional, after all.


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"Freehold- He's fully clothed when in your ear canal" sounds like a hell of a slogan. If delivered with Scintillae-esque gravitas and poise, I think it would make a great sound bite.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

So, the General's brother was supposed to go in for surgery today to see about saving his hand, but apparently he ditched it to go fishing with his buddies up north.

Way to eschew regional and gender stereotypes.

That's really stupid.

My favorite quote is when the General's mom called to see if the surgery was successful and he said he didn't go, and her mom asked if that was wise and he said "it's not as purple today as it was"

What the f$~*.

And he's been in a unionized industry his entire career, so it's not like he has s#$#ty insurance.

If he loses the hand, it's his own fault. Don't want to hear him crying about it. F+*+ing idiot.

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captain yesterday wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

So, the General's brother was supposed to go in for surgery today to see about saving his hand, but apparently he ditched it to go fishing with his buddies up north.

Way to eschew regional and gender stereotypes.

That's really stupid.

My favorite quote is when the General's mom called to see if the surgery was successful and he said he didn't go, and her mom asked if that was wise and he said "it's not as purple today as it was"

What the f*%%.

And he's been in a unionized industry his entire career, so it's not like he has s$$$ty insurance.

I swear I'd march to his house with a big stick, knock him over the head and cart him to the doctor. Some people need to be saved from themselves.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

So, the General's brother was supposed to go in for surgery today to see about saving his hand, but apparently he ditched it to go fishing with his buddies up north.

Way to eschew regional and gender stereotypes.

That's really stupid.

My favorite quote is when the General's mom called to see if the surgery was successful and he said he didn't go, and her mom asked if that was wise and he said "it's not as purple today as it was"

What the f***.

And he's been in a unionized industry his entire career, so it's not like he has s#%+ty insurance.

So where up north did they go fishing?


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Seriously, though, Cap. If the hand turns black, it will have to be amputated. Because of gangrene.


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In order to be that stupid, there has to be a perfect storm of fear, denial, and fatalism.
I have a few relatives like that, too.


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Oh I know.

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O_o

I don't ... I ... HOW? WHY?


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lisamarlene wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

So, the General's brother was supposed to go in for surgery today to see about saving his hand, but apparently he ditched it to go fishing with his buddies up north.

Way to eschew regional and gender stereotypes.

That's really stupid.

My favorite quote is when the General's mom called to see if the surgery was successful and he said he didn't go, and her mom asked if that was wise and he said "it's not as purple today as it was"

What the f***.

And he's been in a unionized industry his entire career, so it's not like he has s#%+ty insurance.

So where up north did they go fishing?

Up north, I'm not a biker, mechanic, or electrician, so that's all I'm privy to.


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He is an alcoholic, but his wife has worked her whole career as an office drone at one of the major hospitals in town, so you'd think she would've thrown down.


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captain yesterday wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

So, the General's brother was supposed to go in for surgery today to see about saving his hand, but apparently he ditched it to go fishing with his buddies up north.

Way to eschew regional and gender stereotypes.

That's really stupid.

My favorite quote is when the General's mom called to see if the surgery was successful and he said he didn't go, and her mom asked if that was wise and he said "it's not as purple today as it was"

What the f***.

And he's been in a unionized industry his entire career, so it's not like he has s#%+ty insurance.

So where up north did they go fishing?
Up north, I'm not a biker, mechanic, or electrician, so that's all I'm privy to.

It's just that I still have a few very good, large and scary-looking friends up north, somewhat chaotic in alignment...

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All right. Lets start the kidnapping squad =)

Anyway for anyone playing improbable island: When you save up to 1000 requisitions - head to improbable central, which is out of newhome, North east. Try do the travel at level 2/3 so at least you can run away from fights better. Go there, and go to mercenary camp and hire Caroline the Speed Medic. Really saves you reqs on healing and fights better then you do too.


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Is it Dustin Diamond.

I understand he's been stabbing people at bars in the northwoods.


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Kidnapping plots are never a good idea, no matter how good of an idea it may seem.


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I believe the concept Mort was looking for was intervention. But it won't help if the person won't listen to reason.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Syrus Terrigan wrote:

Oh, yeah! Another fun PbP moment:

Our navigator's very first skill check to plot a hyperjump: massive failure. The d% roll to determine the consequences?? 100. Fabulous opportunity for evil-GM-shenanigans!!

But, as spectacular as it would be to have the hyperdrive melt its way through the ship's hull while still in atmo, I had to find a hand-wavy correction that was still plausible.

. . . .

I'm sure I'll blow 'em up sometime.

Ship reaches its destination. Hyperdrive goes ... elsewhere. Just like the SDF-1.

if its good enough for macross its good enough for the party

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You see, a long time ago, I used to be CG. Then things happened.


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After almost a month, internet is finally working again in our wing of the house. Whingey Wizzard argued with His Lordship today until His Lordship finally fixed it.
Yay! Knitting and Netflix evening! I have to try to get Hermione's M'ress costume finished before Woz Con.


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Just a Mort wrote:
You see, a long time ago, I used to be CG. Then things happened.

i will keep the CG fires burning for you. We will welcome you back with open arms.

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I don't think it's going to happen. I've been screwed over too many times by GM whims(chaos) that now I feel the only way for games to run fairly is by the rulebook.


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468 very active.


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Wha?


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posts since I was gone.


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[Freehold checking online conversion charts: "No, can't be millimeters..."]


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Careful, Lisa. You're almost touching Math. And we all know what happens to Freehold whenever he catches the barest scent of math.


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something about heresy?

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Noooooes my backpack is too full. I need a luggage! Also, I'm cooking thieving squats in Improbable island...remember, Eat Anything?


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I'm jealous of the people the little symbols at the beginning of their names.


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It's easy! Just go to my account, then change settings or something (wherever you go to change your avatar) and it should be right below your name.

I prefer to remain unaffiliated myself, wild card and what not.


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I'm not seeing it I think I have to be some sort of subscriber or something to choose it or at least that is what I was told.


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Just gotta join Pathfinder Society I think (please note, you don't actually have to play PFS, I haven't).


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Oh ok Sounds reasonable for a little widget.


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I woke up too early because I went to bed too early.

Now I'm all jacked up on coffee and I can't wake anyone up because they all went off about how nice it will be to sleep in.

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So what kind of alignment shift do I get for bringing Bill Cipher into a paladin thread?


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Orthos wrote:
So what kind of alignment shift do I get for bringing Bill Cipher into a paladin thread?

And Me for making Paladin threads into masturbation jokes?

:p

^^'


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Good morning, Kjel.


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Got meetings for Tekko, today. So I'm skipping out on Game Day.


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Today's educational content

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There's something wrong with my phone. I need to take it to be fixed tomorrow. Worst case I may be without phone for a week.


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Just a Mort wrote:
There's something wrong with my phone. I need to take it to be fixed tomorrow. Worst case I may be without phone for a week.

I'm always entertained that I'm on Global Megacorporation's corporate plan with 4 phones and an iPad attached, which means that every single year Verizon sends me an, "Oh, gods, please! Upgrade your antique phone to something so we don't have to support that old hardware any more! PLEAAAAASE!"

And Impus Major and I continue to use our flip phones and giggle.

But yeah, whenever Impus Minor or NobodysWife have phone issues with their iPhones, it's cheaper to upgrade than to fix them.

And then we get the truly entertaining emails. "No! That wasn't the one we wanted you to upgrade! Aaaaaaaaargh!"


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captain yesterday wrote:

So, the General's brother was supposed to go in for surgery today to see about saving his hand, but apparently he ditched it to go fishing with his buddies up north.

Way to eschew regional and gender stereotypes.

They are not his friends if they allowed that to happen.


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Eh, I don't have a phone plan. I pay 50 zloty (ca. $14) every few months - around five at the moment as I spend 8 zloty per month on internet (1 GB mobile) and the rest on messages... I bought phone once in my life, it served well but I had to replace it last year. Previous phones I got from grandfather or friends, and the current not-so-smart-phone I got from a friend too. I admit that having google and wiki in your pocket is useful, for killing time while reading wiki if nothing else.


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When I was a boy, I had a disease that required me to eat dirt three times a day or I would die. Thankfully, my older brother was there to make sure I never missed a dose.


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My wife made me a green hamburger to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. When I asked her how she colored it, she looked confused and said she didn't know what I was talking about.


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I ordered 2,000 lbs of Chinese soup. It was Won Ton.


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My favorite part about Valentine's Day is when all the chocolate goes on sale the day after.


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My sister bet me I couldn't make a car out of spaghetti. You should have seen the look on her face when I drove pasta.

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