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The Dapper Hamster wrote:

Date went well. :)

She said she had fun and agreed that we should do it again. :)

Yayyyy! *dances in front of the Game Hamster nekkid to congratulate him*

Please tell her not to misunderstand!

*Gets dressed to avoid misunderstandings*

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The Game Hamster wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
In other news, I am 2 hours in on my 8 hour drive back to Tennessee.

that's a long way to go for a date.

Then again, I drove 15 hours to meet Vany, and he didn't even kiss me good night.

I was visiting family in Ohio, and the date was in Columbus.

But...
I'd drive the 8 hours for a date with her.

And awww that is so sweet.

Grand Lodge

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Just a Mort wrote:
So yep I try to stay off carbs.

I've eaten bread and rice for thirty years, I'm not stopping now.

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Lol. Whatever that floats your boat, TOZ.

Looking at the Labyrinth, I'm a rubbish cat that doesn't rock scramble well. I think its cause I dumped Dex, so I can't Acro past narrow ledges. Though for squeeze I might get a circumstance bonus for it since I'm small sized ^^

Again I don't really have good flexibility so.. I dunno.

I can function at heights as long as I don't look down. But the last time I was at a rock climbing wall, I got nowhere. I think I'm too heavy for my forepaws and climbing takes a surprising amount of flexibility that I don't have.


Just a Mort wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:

Tequila made me remember something from this morning...

I took today off to run errands for Aiymi and just generally be around for whatever she needs today. Went to the grocery store and a guy stocking the shelves decides to strike up a conversation with me. He was about done with his shift, but he didn't want to go home because he would have to mow the yard, and it's just too hot out for that. He caps it off with "I just moved here from Arizona. I can sit in 130 degree heat all day long, but what I have encountered here is just stupid. I just don't know how you people have learned to breathe water."

I can breathe water? It's 83% humidity now and 82 F and I'm comfortable.

Compared to the desert for most of the year, yes. Your humidity is obviously higher than Midwest US, but visitors tend to be surprised at just how hot and humid it gets here. You'd be fine. Until winter.

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I hate winter because I have to wear all that cold weather gear and it makes me resemble a round fur ball. How hot does it get in F down there and how humid, exactly?


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It gets pretty humid, hasn't been lately, hot and dry.

I think up here it was about 88 today.


Illinois is frequently in the high 80's to low or mid 90's, but high 90's crossing into the 100-105 area isn't out of the question.

Humidity is anywhere from 50-100%, but most frequently in the 60-75% range.

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Also we should be coming to the end of Strange Aeons. Last few fights that can be counted on one hand. I think afterwards I'll just dangle around for a while and see if I get bored. If I get bored I'll probably start running another AP. I'd have the choice of forking out dosh and getting Ironfang Invasion, or running Reign of Winter again.

I could possibly try to run Strange Aeons again but I don't care for the GM - AP incompatibility. It's fallen into the lists of APs I don't wish to run, like Way of the Wicked, and Skulls and Shackles.


We hit 95.


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I don't hate winter, I just wish it wouldn't last for 6-7 months.

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NobodysHome wrote:

So, the kids finished Detroit: Being Human today.

On the one hand, it was an awesome story. Very deep, with an amazing insight into the nature of humanity. On the other hand, the game "play" was virtually nonexistent; you were just choosing from a set of available responses, and very occasionally playing a few button-mashing games. So I'd call it more of an "interactive book" than a "game".

And I'm afraid $60 for an "interactive book", even one that takes 20-30 hours to finish, is a bit steep.

You could think of it like a movie. People will pay $15 for a 2-hour movie on DVD. You got 10 times that for 4 times the price.

Anyway, I’ve actually been curious about this game, and your review rather confirmed my feelings about how it would be. Still not sure if I will end up going for it.


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My testicles did not explode today!

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Kjeldorn wrote:


Celestial Healer wrote:
My hike: The labyrinth

*Looks at cliffs*

Yea, that a nope! at least for climbing!

How about you? feeling/doing okay?
The surroundings are still looking gorgeous though, could see myself doing some forrest-hiking/camping there.

It’s a great place!

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95 F may be too much for me.

What do you guys think about running an AP twice? Agreed, it's prep saving hack. I know someone who says she won't run the same scenario/mod twice because it spoils the feeling.

For Carrion Hill mod I know I got more flexible in running since I was more familiar with the module.

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Freehold DM wrote:
My testicles did not explode today!

That really keeps things in perspective.

I guess if you can say at the end of your day that your testicles did not explode, can you ever truly have a bad day?


captain yesterday wrote:
I don't hate winter, I just wish it wouldn't last for 6-7 months.

you speak madness.


NobodysHome wrote:

So, the kids finished Detroit: Being Human today.

On the one hand, it was an awesome story. Very deep, with an amazing insight into the nature of humanity. On the other hand, the game "play" was virtually nonexistent; you were just choosing from a set of available responses, and very occasionally playing a few button-mashing games. So I'd call it more of an "interactive book" than a "game".

And I'm afraid $60 for an "interactive book", even one that takes 20-30 hours to finish, is a bit steep.

Which one was your favorite story line? (no spoilers I hope?)

Edit: Although I disagree with literally everything he says, Mother's Basement has a negative review of it.


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Just wrote a program to solve a problem, while waiting for the refrigerator at work to defrost.

Spoilered, because of math:
The program calculates the maximum of n! for each of unsigned short, int,and _int64, as well as floats and doubles, solving for n.


Just a Mort wrote:
The Dapper Hamster wrote:

Date went well. :)

She said she had fun and agreed that we should do it again. :)

Yayyyy! *dances in front of the Game Hamster nekkid to congratulate him*

Please tell her not to misunderstand!

*Gets dressed to avoid misunderstandings*

Misunderstandings will be avoided.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
My testicles did not explode today!

That really keeps things in perspective.

I guess if you can say at the end of your day that your testicles did not explode, can you ever truly have a bad day?

Nervously defusing bomb.

Working on it!


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captain yesterday wrote:
I don't hate winter, I just wish it wouldn't last for 6-7 months.

In 2010, Pittsburgh got 21 inches of snow during the Snowpocalypse. It took me three hours to walk home from work. I was struggling to walk on the sidewalk, until I realized that walking in the deserted streets was better.

Edit: corrected spelling. Thanks, Freehold. :)


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The Game Hamster wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

So, the kids finished Detroit: Being Human today.

On the one hand, it was an awesome story. Very deep, with an amazing insight into the nature of humanity. On the other hand, the game "play" was virtually nonexistent; you were just choosing from a set of available responses, and very occasionally playing a few button-mashing games. So I'd call it more of an "interactive book" than a "game".

And I'm afraid $60 for an "interactive book", even one that takes 20-30 hours to finish, is a bit steep.

Which one was your favorite story line? (no spoilers I hope?)

Edit: Although I disagree with literally everything he says, Mother's Basement has a negative review of it.

So, being who I am, Markus' story resonated the most personally with me, and Talky ran him magnificently.

But gods, Kara's story was the one that had me on the edge of my seat, heart beating with anxiety the most.

Markus became the hero I want to be. Kara became the woman I want to save.

EDIT: LOL. Impus Minor, who played out Connor's story, was rather irritated that I didn't write ANYTHING about Connor. So while he plays an extremely critical role, he's the most "video game"-like character, so he resonated with me the least. Sorry, Impus Minor!


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Freehold DM wrote:
My testicles did not explode today!

You're doing it wrong!

Puts on aviator goggles, turns on helium.


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The Game Hamster wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

So, the kids finished Detroit: Being Human today.

On the one hand, it was an awesome story. Very deep, with an amazing insight into the nature of humanity. On the other hand, the game "play" was virtually nonexistent; you were just choosing from a set of available responses, and very occasionally playing a few button-mashing games. So I'd call it more of an "interactive book" than a "game".

And I'm afraid $60 for an "interactive book", even one that takes 20-30 hours to finish, is a bit steep.

Which one was your favorite story line? (no spoilers I hope?)

Edit: Although I disagree with literally everything he says, Mother's Basement has a negative review of it.

LOL. You know, when the review starts off with, "I think the guy who made this game is the most unqualified hack in the industry today," you pretty much know you're going to be listening to a Freehold-level tirade about a Joss Whedon movie.


John Napier 698 wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I don't hate winter, I just wish it wouldn't last for 6-7 months.
In 2010, Pittsburgh got 21 inches of snow during the Snowcapolis. It took me three hours to walk home from work. I was struggling to walk on the sidewalk, until I realized that walking in the deserted streets was better.

you misspelled Snowpocalypse.


Having Beef Ramen at work. Hope it doesn't give me indigestion like it has been recently.


NobodysHome wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

So, the kids finished Detroit: Being Human today.

On the one hand, it was an awesome story. Very deep, with an amazing insight into the nature of humanity. On the other hand, the game "play" was virtually nonexistent; you were just choosing from a set of available responses, and very occasionally playing a few button-mashing games. So I'd call it more of an "interactive book" than a "game".

And I'm afraid $60 for an "interactive book", even one that takes 20-30 hours to finish, is a bit steep.

Which one was your favorite story line? (no spoilers I hope?)

Edit: Although I disagree with literally everything he says, Mother's Basement has a negative review of it.

LOL. You know, when the review starts off with, "I think the guy who made this game is the most unqualified hack in the industry today," you pretty much know you're going to be listening to a Freehold-level tirade about a Joss Whedon movie.

He's just jellin because I blatantly rip off way more s%&& then he ever could.


Freehold DM wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I don't hate winter, I just wish it wouldn't last for 6-7 months.
In 2010, Pittsburgh got 21 inches of snow during the Snowcapolis. It took me three hours to walk home from work. I was struggling to walk on the sidewalk, until I realized that walking in the deserted streets was better.
you misspelled Snowpocalypse.

My apologies.


The Whedonverse wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

So, the kids finished Detroit: Being Human today.

On the one hand, it was an awesome story. Very deep, with an amazing insight into the nature of humanity. On the other hand, the game "play" was virtually nonexistent; you were just choosing from a set of available responses, and very occasionally playing a few button-mashing games. So I'd call it more of an "interactive book" than a "game".

And I'm afraid $60 for an "interactive book", even one that takes 20-30 hours to finish, is a bit steep.

Which one was your favorite story line? (no spoilers I hope?)

Edit: Although I disagree with literally everything he says, Mother's Basement has a negative review of it.

LOL. You know, when the review starts off with, "I think the guy who made this game is the most unqualified hack in the industry today," you pretty much know you're going to be listening to a Freehold-level tirade about a Joss Whedon movie.

He's just jellin because I blatantly rip off way more s~** then he ever could.

if I can be even a touch more original on my worse day than you are on your best day, I will call that a win.

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Snowpocalypse sounds awesome but I'd probably freeze and form a cat popsicle


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Freehold DM wrote:
My testicles did not explode today!

This seems like a really low bar to set.


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lisamarlene wrote:
Also, why the everloving duck is there not a gif readily available of Julie Andrews saying "I'll sleep with you for a meatball" from the opening scene of Victor Victoria?
This and this? I still need to watch that one of these days soon.

YES!

One of the funniest damned movies ever made.


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Just a Mort wrote:
Snowpocalypse sounds awesome but I'd probably freeze and form a cat popsicle

I wish I had a camera back then. Parked cars were buried under nearly two feet of snow. Buses weren't running. It took a long time to clear even the major roads. We learned our lesson when the Blizzard of 2011 came. We used all the earthmoving equipment we could get our hands on. The snow was piled at the corners of intersections. Many of those snowpiles were still around into late Spring.


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Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
In other news, I am 2 hours in on my 8 hour drive back to Tennessee.

that's a long way to go for a date.

Then again, I drove 15 hours to meet Vany, and he didn't even kiss me good night.

Why whatever did I do to make you think I kiss on the first date?

Who doesn't kiss on the first date?

Serial killers, maybe?

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I don't kiss on the first date. I'm a shy and reserved cat, I'll have you know!


Just a Mort wrote:
I don't kiss on the first date. I'm a shy and reserved cat, I'll have you know!

Well, naturally. The rules are different for felines.


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lisamarlene wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
In other news, I am 2 hours in on my 8 hour drive back to Tennessee.

that's a long way to go for a date.

Then again, I drove 15 hours to meet Vany, and he didn't even kiss me good night.

Why whatever did I do to make you think I kiss on the first date?

Who doesn't kiss on the first date?

Serial killers, maybe?

I let the lady set the pace for intimate contact for a variety of reasons.

In no way will I let Freehold set the pace.


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Vanykrye wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
In other news, I am 2 hours in on my 8 hour drive back to Tennessee.

that's a long way to go for a date.

Then again, I drove 15 hours to meet Vany, and he didn't even kiss me good night.

Why whatever did I do to make you think I kiss on the first date?

Who doesn't kiss on the first date?

Serial killers, maybe?

I let the lady set the pace for intimate contact for a variety of reasons.

In no way will I let Freehold set the pace.

Mostly my take as well.

Especially that last part.


Closing up the Garage. Good night, everyone.

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Vanykrye wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
In other news, I am 2 hours in on my 8 hour drive back to Tennessee.

that's a long way to go for a date.

Then again, I drove 15 hours to meet Vany, and he didn't even kiss me good night.

Why whatever did I do to make you think I kiss on the first date?

Who doesn't kiss on the first date?

Serial killers, maybe?

I let the lady set the pace for intimate contact for a variety of reasons.

In no way will I let Freehold set the pace.

Wise decision, Van. Or both of you might end up on the floor.

Hey, stop looking at me like that. If Freehold ended up on the floor when he wisely decided to take 3 of the hotels specials on an empty stomach, and you let him set the pace for drinking...likely you'll end up on the floor as well ^^


Goodnight John.

I'm heading to bed myself.


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Our record was the fun trip where we got 7 feet (84") in 36 hours. We went down to the parking lot and the cars were simply gone, as if they had never existed. Then the radio call. "The snow blower won't come through to free up your cars until you mark 'em all with ski poles."

So a morning spent probing for cars underneath the snow, figuring out where they were, and marking them for the blower to come through.

Quite memorable, and we even got out on schedule, which was the REAL surprise for us.


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NobodysHome wrote:

Our record was the fun trip where we got 7 feet (84") in 36 hours. We went down to the parking lot and the cars were simply gone, as if they had never existed. Then the radio call. "The snow blower won't come through to free up your cars until you mark 'em all with ski poles."

So a morning spent probing for cars underneath the snow, figuring out where they were, and marking them for the blower to come through.

Quite memorable, and we even got out on schedule, which was the REAL surprise for us.

THAT SOUNDS LIKE SO MUCH FUN


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Vanykrye wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
In other news, I am 2 hours in on my 8 hour drive back to Tennessee.

that's a long way to go for a date.

Then again, I drove 15 hours to meet Vany, and he didn't even kiss me good night.

Why whatever did I do to make you think I kiss on the first date?

Who doesn't kiss on the first date?

Serial killers, maybe?

I let the lady set the pace for intimate contact for a variety of reasons.

In no way will I let Freehold set the pace.

*sniff*

Just a Mort wrote:
Snowpocalypse sounds awesome but I'd probably freeze and form a cat popsicle

Internal monologue:
Okay Freehold. Here is your chance. Your chance to show you can set a slow and measured pace. Your chance to make Vany and the Hamster eat their words. Just coolly and calmly say-

Man, that is one cat I would enjoy eating!

Internal monologue:
Dammit, Freehold!

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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Our record was the fun trip where we got 7 feet (84") in 36 hours. We went down to the parking lot and the cars were simply gone, as if they had never existed. Then the radio call. "The snow blower won't come through to free up your cars until you mark 'em all with ski poles."

So a morning spent probing for cars underneath the snow, figuring out where they were, and marking them for the blower to come through.

Quite memorable, and we even got out on schedule, which was the REAL surprise for us.

THAT SOUNDS LIKE SO MUCH FUN

You really should visit Hokkaido in winter.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
In other news, I am 2 hours in on my 8 hour drive back to Tennessee.

that's a long way to go for a date.

Then again, I drove 15 hours to meet Vany, and he didn't even kiss me good night.

Why whatever did I do to make you think I kiss on the first date?

Who doesn't kiss on the first date?

Serial killers, maybe?

I let the lady set the pace for intimate contact for a variety of reasons.

In no way will I let Freehold set the pace.

*sniff*

Just a Mort wrote:
Snowpocalypse sounds awesome but I'd probably freeze and form a cat popsicle

** spoiler omitted **

Man, that is one cat I would enjoy eating!

** spoiler omitted **

Oh Freehold. We had such high hopes for you!

*mock sighs*

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Kjeldorn wrote:

I'm not on the giftlist?...

The distance between US and Denmark is 7506 km. So yeah you wouldn't be. It's like Vidmaster7 asking me for cakes...


Ugh. The computers at work are borked, so I've spent the last 2 1/2 hours trying to "fix them" with the assistant manager texting me "help". It has not gone well. Finally she said "Try calling tech support. We didn't do that in the 4 hours that I was there working on them." *facepalm* Fine. I call tech support. They say "Your dedicated internet line for central is down. The one for guest use is fine. Call your ISP." I text that to the AM. She says "Our ISP? I think it's AT&T. I'll see if I can google a phone number." She eventually gets one to me, I call it, and it's one of those computers you talk to. It wants our account number. I tell it I don't have it. It is condescending for a bit, then asks for the phone number associated with the account. I give it the hotel's number. It says "Nope. That's not right." (I paraphrased a bit there). Text the AM, she basically says "F$#* it, I'm tired. I'll deal with it in the morning."

Pain in my ass.


Just a Mort wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:

I'm not on the giftlist?...

The distance between US and Denmark is 7506 km. So yeah you wouldn't be. It's like Vidmaster7 asking me for cakes...

Can I have cake?

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