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I'm pretty sure Bradley Nowell faked his death and continues on as Slightly Stoopid.


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Drejk wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
All I know is, there is nothing more boring than 35 minutes of Eddie Vedder jamming on a ukulele.
You were homeschooled, right?

Yup, except for drivers ed.


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Old School
Sting < The Police
Phil Collins < Genesis
Peter Gabriel <> Genesis
Paul Simon < Simon and Garfunkel
Steve Perry < Journey
Sammy Hagar makes every band worse
Belinda Carlisle < The Gogos

Trying to think of one that went the other way; I'm sure people would argue: Sting made WAY more money and gained more influence in his solo career, as did Paul Simon, but still, in terms of which *I* personally like better...


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Hi, everyone. Just dropping in to say hi. PbP game has me a bit busy, as does my various programming projects. See everyone later. Bye.


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On the one hand, I love Ol' Dirty Bastard solo, but Wu-Tang clan, how can you say anyone is better than the Wu-Tang collective.


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I honestly haven't hardly paid attention to new music in the last 15 years or so.


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Great, now I miss Dream Theater.

Now I'm gonna have to go looking for them at used bookstores and then the wife and kids are going to look at me weird and ask "what's up with the progressive hair rock?" it's going to be a whole thing, I know it.


Just a Mort wrote:

Cover Turtle? You're a druid..?

Hmm...what class am I?

Yea its probably the closest fit...

Not fighty enough to be a Ranger.

Don't have a pet, so no Hunter for me.

There's also a distinct lack of 'Yokel', 'Village idiot', 'Hopeless Drunkard' and 'College Drop-out' classes ^^'

So its a weird Druid-Brewmaster-Bard hybrid for me :P

As for kitty…

Maybe a Wiz-cat hellknight signifier?! ;P


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The plus side, we got our forty foot long (and three feet deep) trench dug.

The down side is, because the ground is so saturated from all the g@*&+~n f%&&ing rain (or we found a natural spring) it'll probably be filled with water when we return on Monday. Or collapsed.

Either way, should be fun!


So on the one hand, I'm happy that someone pointed out that you can just dump the page source to see who favorited your posts, so the information is there, you just have to be happy reading raw HTML to see it.

On the other hand, I followed the "Put your own custom CSS file in Firefox" instructions here, but heck if I can figure out what class I need to modify.

I spent a good half hour in Google and Firefox messing with the CSS, and couldn't get that darned Title attribute to show.

Anyone better than me at CSS want to try to figure out what class that is? If you tell me, I'll post a little code snippet to make it show up.

As-is, I'm having some fun making Paizo's fonts all kinds of crazy.

Not productive, but entertaining...


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Dump the who's what's it now?


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NobodysHome wrote:

So on the one hand, I'm happy that someone pointed out that you can just dump the page source to see who favorited your posts, so the information is there, you just have to be happy reading raw HTML to see it.

On the other hand, I followed the "Put your own custom CSS file in Firefox" instructions here, but heck if I can figure out what class I need to modify.

I spent a good half hour in Google and Firefox messing with the CSS, and couldn't get that darned Title attribute to show.

Anyone better than me at CSS want to try to figure out what class that is? If you tell me, I'll post a little code snippet to make it show up.

As-is, I'm having some fun making Paizo's fonts all kinds of crazy.

Not productive, but entertaining...

You can also just click right before the first favorited comma and hit tab. It shows the link to the person's profile in the preview at the bottom of the page like a mouseover would.


Captain ? wrote:
Dump the who's what's it now?

(1) Click "x people marked this as a favorite" to get the empty list.

So now I'm on a page that says something like:
Favorites for this post:
, 44 minutes ago

(2) Right-click the "44 minutes ago" and select Inspect Element.

You'll get a little pane-o-code and just above the 44 minutes ago you'll see the name of the person.

You can scroll around in the code and see all the favorites.


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I'm a ranger, I think. I like to fight with two weapons, have a pretty decent Perception, and get on well with furry animals.

Solo musicians better than the group they were in? John Coltrane, once he got out of Miles Davis' group, for sure.


On the Favorited by web page source, in the styles tab while debugging for the title, where the name of the person that made that post a favorite is, the
html, body, div, span, iframe, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, blockquote, a, abbr, del, s, img, sub, sup, b, u, i, center, dl, dt, dd, form, label, embed, ol, ul, li, menu, dir {
margin: 0;
padding: 0;
border: 0;
}

has all zeros in the structure fields for margin, padding, and border.

Are they supposed to be like that?


John Napier 698 wrote:

On the Favorited by web page source, in the styles tab while debugging for the title, where the name of the person that made that post a favorite is, the

html, body, div, span, iframe, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, blockquote, a, abbr, del, s, img, sub, sup, b, u, i, center, dl, dt, dd, form, label, embed, ol, ul, li, menu, dir {
margin: 0;
padding: 0;
border: 0;
}

has all zeros in the structure fields for margin, padding, and border.

Are they supposed to be like that?

That shouldn't be an issue (it's just saying, "Make this as tight as possible," but even went I put in, "And go ahead and write out of your box if you need to," it didn't work). I also tried adjusting them up to 10 each (didn't help) and messed around with the .body and .tiny classes.

The issue I'm seeing is that the font size and color look fine, as do the margins and so forth, so it's somewhere deeper in the CSS. You can see the minified source CSS at the top of the page, and it's easy enough to deminify it, but I'm a code monkey, not a style monkey, so while I can read CSS, I need a lot of help being told, "And these styles are being applied to this element."

Chrome is supposed to be really good at walking even an idiot through it, but so far this idiot hasn't been able to find any adjustments that make the names show up...


I don't know CSS at all. I just thought it strange that a structure that's in use should be all zeros.


I took a look at the linked CSS file. <shudder> God! That's worse than BASIC. No structure at all, and I can make neither heads nor tails from it. How can anyone write this? It's like a huge run-on sentence.


John Napier 698 wrote:
I took a look at the linked CSS file. <shudder> God! That's worse than BASIC. No structure at all, and I can make neither heads nor tails from it. How can anyone write this? It's like a huge run-on sentence.

If you deminify it you get actual carriage returns! Yay!

But yeah, all of CSS is just a LOOOOOONG list of specifications for UI elements.

"OK, I want to define what it looks like when someone uses the bigger tag, so here goes:

.bigger {
font-size = 16px;
font-style = bold;
font-color = hideous;
}
"

And that's it. It can go ANYWHERE IN THE FILE.

So needless to say, as UI designers go on and on and fine-tune things, the files can get... a wee bit incomprehensible...


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"A wee bit" seems to be an understatement. I think I'll stick with C, C++, and Assembly Language. It'd be better for my sanity, in the long run.


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I'll just wait for Gary Teter to fix it.


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I'd like to say how much i utterly and completely despise the new Hulu redesign, it's worse then Netflix! and i f$#%ing hate Netflix.

Oh, well, they haver better content then Netflix so looks like i'll just have to suck it up and get used to it.

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I don't have a problem with Hulu. I need a way to turn off Netflix's auto preview BS tho.


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Nobodyshome and john Napier are speaking in tongues.

fills super soaker with holy water

I'll save you both, dont worry.


A sharp thwack with a storta will sort you all out.


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Freehold DM wrote:

Nobodyshome and john Napier are speaking in tongues.

fills super soaker with holy water

I'll save you both, dont worry.

Don't worry, Freehold. We're just dealing with all the ... unpleasant stuff so you won't have to. Nothing to worry about. We're fine.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

Nobodyshome and john Napier are speaking in tongues.

fills super soaker with holy water

I'll save you both, dont worry.

Don't worry, Freehold. We're just dealing with all the ... unpleasant stuff so you won't have to. Nothing to worry about. We're fine.

that's what they all say before they start snacking on passersby!

squirt squirt squirt


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Boyd must die.

That is as specific as I'd like to be right now.


Hey, Freehold! Look! *points* Y-Wings! Aren't they beautiful?


It's raining now. I hope the air cools down, some. Boogers, but I'm tired. I'm glad it's Friday.

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Just a Mort wrote:
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God, if I put in Fawtl every pun I used in my day-to-day life...
Bring it on!

Taking lunch count. The options were both some variant of chicken. I said this was fowl. Cue headdesking.

Kid drops the top of her cup. I tell her to chill and not flip her lid. Cue stink eye and a claim that if I wasn't her teacher, she'd throw the empty paper cup at me.

"Class hasn't even started, and I'm already done." It's how I know the puns are working.

The fowl bit, I'd agree you're right. Fowl is the name for chicken.

What does chill and not flip the lid mean? Sorry, didn't get that one, nor the third.

I've got a very literal way of looking at things.

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Oh no! I just saw what NH and John are talking about!

Arrrgghhh my eyes! They're burning!

*covers eyes with paws and mews*


John Napier 698 wrote:
It's raining now. I hope the air cools down, some. Boogers, but I'm tired. I'm glad it's Friday.

I detonated a holy water balloon in your airspace. Sleep, foul demon! Free my friend!


Chill, because a cold drink was in the cup. Flip the lid because she dropped the lid to the cup.


*Gives Tuna and Milk to Mort* There, there.


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For dinner, I'll have some Empenadas with Jamaican style Beef patties. I wonder what they're like.

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Cover Turtle wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:

Cover Turtle? You're a druid..?

Hmm...what class am I?

Yea its probably the closest fit...

Not fighty enough to be a Ranger.

Don't have a pet, so no Hunter for me.

There's also a distinct lack of 'Yokel', 'Village idiot', 'Hopeless Drunkard' and 'College Drop-out' classes ^^'

So its a weird Druid-Brewmaster-Bard hybrid for me :P

As for kitty…

Maybe a Wiz-cat hellknight signifier?! ;P

Wiz-cat hellknight? Oooh, I like! I think Order of the Glyph.

The Order of the Glyph was formed in the aftermath of a civil war. The order was created in order to safeguard the true history of their homeland, unaugmented by propaganda and the manipulation of fact.

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John Napier 698 wrote:
Chill, because a cold drink was in the cup. Flip the lid because she dropped the lid to the cup.

But it's good advice. You really should try not to drop lids.


Just a Mort wrote:

Oh no! I just saw what NH and John are talking about!

Arrrgghhh my eyes! They're burning!

*covers eyes with paws and mews*

Mort! Nooooooooo!

squirt squirt squirt


The Empenadas weren't bad. Kind of like a Beef and Chili Burrito. The crust was kind of crumbly, though.


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Freehold DM wrote:

Nobodyshome and john Napier are speaking in tongues.

fills super soaker with holy water

I'll save you both, dont worry.

Don't worry, it isn't math!


captain yesterday wrote:

Boyd must die.

That is as specific as I'd like to be right now.

Does Crookshanks share that sentiment? Or is hers an exact opposite of yours?


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John Napier 698 wrote:
For dinner, I'll have some Empenadas with Jamaican style Beef patties. I wonder what they're like.

Well-made Jamaican patties are one of the greatest foods known to man.

Especially when eaten with some cocobread and a cold beer.

Cocobread is a flat, round, soft bread, buttered excessively at multiple points in the baking process. It contains no cocoa. This confuses many people. It is an excellent accompaniment to spicy foods like patties.


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This has been my go-to site for Jamaican recipes for years. And it never turns out exactly the same as I remember, but it's really good.


I saw the Empenadas at the local Family Dollar, and wondered what they were like. I'll try anything at least once.


Time to clock out. Good night, everyone.


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Tag! I'm in.


You sure about that?


Pretty sure. He said good night after all.


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I decided to act half my age tonight.

I'm staying up past eleven.

Manufactured crowd gasp.

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