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Just a Mort wrote:
I did not use any sauce. I did as per LMs suggestion spread garlic oil (with garlic bits) on the crust, but that was about it. Generally I make pizzas for an excuse to eat mozarella cheese for its stretchy texture. What happens when you bake Cheddar? I don't think I've ever done it before.

Mmm the garlic oil was a good idea. You have to cook it a little shorter. It will burn. Hmm If you mixed the two It could work. I like that sharp cheddar flavor with tuna.

Have you ever made mozzarella sticks? Since your a Mozz fiend.

Don't do it in the buff. It will hurt.


She made a tuna pizza, dude. Not a sausage one.

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gran rey de los mono wrote:
She made a tuna pizza, dude. Not a sausage one.

Rule # 4 gran!

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Nekkid Vidmaster7 wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
I did not use any sauce. I did as per LMs suggestion spread garlic oil (with garlic bits) on the crust, but that was about it. Generally I make pizzas for an excuse to eat mozarella cheese for its stretchy texture. What happens when you bake Cheddar? I don't think I've ever done it before.

Mmm the garlic oil was a good idea. You have to cook it a little shorter. It will burn. Hmm If you mixed the two It could work. I like that sharp cheddar flavor with tuna.

Have you ever made mozzarella sticks? Since your a Mozz fiend.

Don't do it in the buff. It will hurt.

Ya pizza mix consisted of Cheddar and mozarella but I decided to go full shredded mozarella cos....love me mozarella. I would make mozarella sticks but I'm trying to avoid deep fried stuff because I'm on a diet and I don't want to clean up the oil splattering everywhere after.

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In fact today's pizza was also an attempt to have tasty proteins for breakfast, that aren't always eggs.


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Pizza is the breakfast of champions.

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Well technically if I were really strict about it it would either be eggs and milk/soy milk for breakfast, or yoghurt, or beans in the morning...but heck. With the amount of physical activity I'm doing I can probably get the extra calories off.


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I actually started hitting the gym again this week. Made a mistake because I worked out hard that night and then had to go and do some digging the next day. Sooooo sore.

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Go Vidmaster7 go! The problem about me is I won't push myself when it comes to weights in the gym. I absolutely need to get myself into a group weights class or no serious weight lifting will get done ><

And I won't feel anything the next day unless I go for body pump. Unfortunately body pump classes are a pain to book - they're almost always full.

I aim to get 2 sessions of weight training every week. I don't exactly intend to turn out like Anrold schwarzenegger you know.

I have no idea how my colleague can go to the gym and lift weights for fun.


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Two types of business I've never been inside of.

A gym or a Starbucks.

Which is pretty amazing when you consider we lived in Seattle for four years (going to the gym and Starbucks is, like, 80% of what they do there).

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I've been to Starbucks. It's one of the places where I'll actually drink coffee in. Else I generally don't take coffee because it's too acidic.


I have a harder time with cardio then weight. I would be down being about half or even a quarter Schwarzenegger.


I went to a Starbucks twice once for tea once for internet. They confused me with their weird size words.

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If you ask me to run, and don't push beyond my comfortable pace....we could be running for a jolly long time....see you 5 km later, guys!

Then maybe longer as I start wondering in the name of scientific curiosity, can I run 10 km without stopping?

And of course I love doing mixed martial arts inspired workouts. I may branch a little into dance workouts just so that next time I get into a ballroom, then my paws will start tap dancing.

I'm more inclined to cardio then to weights, and I really need a reason to lift them.


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NobodysHome wrote:

'85, whippersnappers!

96 grandpa!


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a respectable 86 here.

IF it was 1986 (and I'm not saying it is as I am an immortal being.)
Same year Chernobyl went up as did the space shuttle challenger (but sadly not up enough). Phantom of the opera debuted and the first studio Ghibli film “Luputa: Castle in the Sky”.

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OK I tried to install darkest dungeon on my home laptop and it didn't work since my home laptop only supports up to opengl 3.0 for graphics. Also I have just had some chocolate liquor so I may not be too coherent. Is alcohol tolerance a practiced trait? I haven't been drinking for a while.


I always wanted an update to dungeon keeper. I loved that game when it came out but its old as dirt now. Worse looking then the first Diablo.

And yes alcohol tolerance is a practiced trait.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:

I always wanted an update to dungeon keeper. I loved that game when it came out but its old as dirt now. Worse looking then the first Diablo.

And yes alcohol tolerance is a practiced trait.

I LOVED the first Diablo!

Also, 1992.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

...

Favorite find so far: A bag of around 250 .38-caliber bullets in the workshop. We're not gun people. So, huh?
...
When one of my Grandpas died, we found 2 boxes of ammo that confused us. Grandpa had an old .22 and a pair of .30-06s. So, why did he have two boxes of 7.92x57mm with Russian-style (Cyrilic?) writing that seemed to imply they were made in Ethiopia in 1957? As far as I know my Dad still has them somewhere.

Weird. If it were twenty-odd years later, I would have assumed they were made for the war in Afghanistan.


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Not a great start to the morning: pissing down rain and very cold (for Texas) here, so my joints are bothering me, and Val woke me up before dawn because he had wet the bed. (That's the last time I let him have a big mug of cocoa right before he goes to sleep.)
So I started his sheets and quilt and pillow going in the washer and figured I'd do some game prep for this afternoon.
But there were 67 new posts on FaWtL to read first.
Okay, I'm going to close my browser and actually get some work done. Honest.

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lisamarlene wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:

I always wanted an update to dungeon keeper. I loved that game when it came out but its old as dirt now. Worse looking then the first Diablo.

And yes alcohol tolerance is a practiced trait.

I LOVED the first Diablo!

Also, 1992.

Yeah go sorcerer and fireballs! Right until you ran into Balrogs, that is.

And I learnt laziness doesnt pay off after teleporting into a bunch of death knights while trying to pull the levers in hell.

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Have any of you fine folks ran Age of Worms? If so did you run it straight up or did you make any changes whether for storyline or combat


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This week I get to start carving away at the glacier that is growing around our car.


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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Have any of you fine folks ran Age of Worms? If so did you run it straight up or did you make any changes whether for storyline or combat

Age of Worms? No, I haven't been to Taco Bell in a long time, sorry!


Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
A Texan went to Mexico on vacation. He went into a bar and ordered a beer. The bartender served him, and said "That will be $5". The Texan paid, and settled onto the stool to drink. A moment later, a Mexican sat next to him and also ordered a beer. The bartender served him the same beer he had given the Texan, and said "$3". The Mexican paid, and the Texan roared angrily "What the Sam Hill?!? You charged me $5 for a beer, but only charged him $3!" The bartender replied "Of course. He gets the Señor discount."
That was a lot of typing for such a tiny pay off.

I actually liked that one.

But then I thought it was gonna be a joke about funding a border wall.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:

a respectable 86 here.

IF it was 1986 (and I'm not saying it is as I am an immortal being.)
Same year Chernobyl went up as did the space shuttle challenger (but sadly not up enough). Phantom of the opera debuted and the first studio Ghibli film “Luputa: Castle in the Sky”.

Wow, Laputa was the first Ghibli film?

I still occasionally dream about Sheeta and Pazu saying the magic word in that apocalyptic scene. Heck, it still gives me the *shivers*!


Limeylongears wrote:

Yesterday, I had another sword-fighting get-together, themed around British martial arts of days gone by, after which ALL (DE) and I went to see Nubya Garcia, which was a top-notch gig.

Today there is more sword stuff, after which I have to go home and try to fix a leaky shower unit, yaaaaay.

Baritsu?

Or Ye Olde Merrie Englande Quarterstaffe Fyghtynge?


lisamarlene wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:

I always wanted an update to dungeon keeper. I loved that game when it came out but its old as dirt now. Worse looking then the first Diablo.

And yes alcohol tolerance is a practiced trait.

I LOVED the first Diablo!

Also, 1992.

I never beat the original D. Played it thru as the rogue, got nuked by D's infinite-range fire attack before I could get a second shot off, then went back to playing D2. I hear that D is easy easier to beat as the warrior, but eh.

I've been pondering playing D3 thru again, as the first time was filled with long breaks and I never got a clear idea of the story.


It's starting to feel an awful lot like spring! It's up to 7 degrees!! And it's not even noon yet!


lisamarlene wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

...

Favorite find so far: A bag of around 250 .38-caliber bullets in the workshop. We're not gun people. So, huh?
...
When one of my Grandpas died, we found 2 boxes of ammo that confused us. Grandpa had an old .22 and a pair of .30-06s. So, why did he have two boxes of 7.92x57mm with Russian-style (Cyrilic?) writing that seemed to imply they were made in Ethiopia in 1957? As far as I know my Dad still has them somewhere.
Weird. If it were twenty-odd years later, I would have assumed they were made for the war in Afghanistan.

Do they look like that? Then it's simply Ethiopian writing.


We just finished Age of Wyrms after 8 plus years, our GM converted it to 2nd Ed. But we had the finale with Kyuss being killed by Nerull who had possessed our bard, so really we just had to survive a couple of rounds.

We also confronted Lashonna at the bottom of the pyramid, and after all was complete duel Prince Redhand who was a vampire.

All while being 4 to 10 levels under levelled.


In Hearthstone news, I'm finding myself wishing for a format comparable to Magic's modern format -- everything allowed except the Hall of Famers.

Yes, there's nothing quite so irritating as whittling an opponent down to single digits using careful tactics, only to have them bounce back to 30 using Reno.

...After googling the Hall of Fame, why is Reno not in it?! He is obnoxious.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:

I always wanted an update to dungeon keeper. I loved that game when it came out but its old as dirt now. Worse looking then the first Diablo.

There is a game called War For The Overworld that's basically a modern take on DK. Pretty accurate too and has a lot of play modes and two campaigns. Released pretty unstable and unfinished but polished up a lot since then, you might like it.


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1987 here. Yes I graduated when I was 20. I had to repeat a couple of years because many of my classes bored me. And I was stuck with a counselor for a couple years that didn't understand me or my interests at all.

Hi, everyone.


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Living with Teenagers:

NobodysHome: I should really cook up that leftover andouille sausage this morning.
(Looks in fridge, finds two sausages, figures he should make a double batch in case one of the kids wakes up)
(Just as the batch is completing and the toast is finished, Impus Minor walks in)
Impus Minor: Ooh! What's that?
NH: Sausage eggs. Want some?
Im: Oh, yeah!
NH: (Plates up two plates of sausage scramble and toast. As he finishes the second plate Impus Major walks in)
Impus Major: Awesome! Sausage eggs!
NH: You want some!
IM: Ooh, yeah!

NH: (Sighs and slips off with one of the pieces of toast as the kids happily chow down...)


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I'm in the middle, at 1994, the General was 1996.


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Ill-wraith. Might or might not be a commentary on my current feeling.


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It's so fun watching people botch parallel parking.

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NobodysHome wrote:
'85, whippersnappers!

I too was born in 85.

Wait, that's not what you meant, is it...?


Drejk wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:

Yesterday, I had another sword-fighting get-together, themed around British martial arts of days gone by, after which ALL (DE) and I went to see Nubya Garcia, which was a top-notch gig.

Today there is more sword stuff, after which I have to go home and try to fix a leaky shower unit, yaaaaay.

Baritsu?

Or Ye Olde Merrie Englande Quarterstaffe Fyghtynge?

Backsword/broadsword (big heavy choppy sword with basket hilt), smallsword (thin, nippy 18th Century aristocrat's sword), sabre, spadroon (a godsawful cross between a broadsword and a smallsword which doesn't do anything well, or even adequately, but which has a rabid cult following nonetheless), traditional wrestling, and pugilism, i.e. Old Timey Fisticuffs. I particularly liked the former, even if I did get punched on the nose hard enough to draw blood. Served me right.

And I graduated from Groovy College in 2000.


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College!? Oh my no, I did not go to college. Unless you count the one time I went to see the General and was kicked out.

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Orthos wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
'85, whippersnappers!

I too was born in 85.

Wait, that's not what you meant, is it...?

Born in 87. :)

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Woran wrote:
Orthos wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
'85, whippersnappers!

I too was born in 85.

Wait, that's not what you meant, is it...?

Born in 87. :)

Huh? We're the same age?


I'm the same year as LM.


Just a Mort wrote:
I was uh... Having a darkest dungeon run with my BF. Needless to say it didn't go off that well(at radiant difficulty, since we are nubs who suffer from how do I shot web), but well it kept us entertained all day.

Kitty plays Darkest Dungeon? Kjeldorn approves!

Just a Mort wrote:

Also, went rock climbing today and I got up the wall!

I guess all that training to do pull ups helped(though I still can't do a pull up).

*Looks up*

Cat butt! :P

Oh and congratulations on reaching the top... ^^'

Just a Mort wrote:
And here's the red bell pepper tuna pizza!

*Sniffs and looks suspiciously at the pizza and cast a quick glance at Mort before nibbling at a tiny sample*

Just a Mort wrote:
OK I tried to install darkest dungeon on my home laptop and it didn't work since my home laptop only supports up to opengl 3.0 for graphics. Also I have just had some chocolate liquor so I may not be too coherent. Is alcohol tolerance a practiced trait? I haven't been drinking for a while.

There's kind of two level of it I believe.

There's your inborn or "base" tolerance (which is based on stuff like size, diet and many other factors - some disputed such as ethnicity) and then there's your "practiced" tolerance, which is primarily based on consumption (though cases of reverse tolerance do happen to particular heavy alcohol consumers).

lisamarlene wrote:

I spent most of my afternoon at my mother-in-law's.

She needs her roof re-done. And it's been layered over so many times that THIS time they need to rip everything off and start from scratch.
Yeah.
Remember how I've said she's a hoarder who's been living alone for forty years?
The house has a double attic.
Everything has to come OUT of the attic so the roof work can be done.
So I put on my army pants and borrowed WW's industrial respirator mask (allergies to dust and mold, plus the attic is filled with rat poop).
Today we managed to get through about 1/5 of one of the attics. (Pull boxes out, unpack them onto a tarp, photograph them, repack them in a clean box, label, catalog, and take to the rented storage unit nearby).
Most of it is family heirlooms left to my sister-in-law in Vermont by long-dead relatives that she will probably never actually come pick up (lots of crystal and china, but she has five boys between 2 and 12 in her house). A lot of it is just random crap that my mother-in-law saved over the years. There's a Look magazine from 1969 with Ho Chi Minh on the cover. There were Vogue magazines from the 70's. Why? Who knows. There were FOUR brownie cameras.

Busy LM...tidying up other people mess…

*Attempts to push a glass of Rum though his screen to LM*

lisamarlene wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

...

Favorite find so far: A bag of around 250 .38-caliber bullets in the workshop. We're not gun people. So, huh?
...
When one of my Grandpas died, we found 2 boxes of ammo that confused us. Grandpa had an old .22 and a pair of .30-06s. So, why did he have two boxes of 7.92x57mm with Russian-style (Cyrilic?) writing that seemed to imply they were made in Ethiopia in 1957? As far as I know my Dad still has them somewhere.
Weird. If it were twenty-odd years later, I would have assumed they were made for the war in Afghanistan.

Yea its a bit strange…

I think that 7.92x57mm is better known as 8mm Mauser (in the States at least), it was used by as a service cartridge for several countries in both world wars (though it was German in origin).
Over here its still used in some (especially in German or Czech made) hunting rifles.

Might be talking out of my ass, but I believe that Ethiopia used a hodgepodge of (from already outdated to "mostly new") European equipment during the WWII, so it perfectly plausible that some domestic ammunition production was set up to churn out ammo for "kind of out of place" weaponry .

lisamarlene wrote:

Not a great start to the morning: pissing down rain and very cold (for Texas) here, so my joints are bothering me, and Val woke me up before dawn because he had wet the bed. (That's the last time I let him have a big mug of cocoa right before he goes to sleep.)

So I started his sheets and quilt and pillow going in the washer and figured I'd do some game prep for this afternoon.
But there were 67 new posts on FaWtL to read first.
Okay, I'm going to close my browser and actually get some work done. Honest.

Honest LM is honest! ^^'

:p

John Napier 698 wrote:
So, basically, you were surrounded by slackers. That sucked.

*Nods and sends back pats*

gran rey de los mono wrote:
What is something people add to their car to make it look faster? ** spoiler omitted **

Paint it Red?

(Since its well known that "DA RED WUNZ GO FASTA!!!")

Woran wrote:
Cheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeese

Argghh a dairy zombie!

Cheese it!

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DSX wrote:


We just finished Age of Wyrms after 8 plus years, our GM converted it to 2nd Ed. But we had the finale with Kyuss being killed by Nerull who had possessed our bard, so really we just had to survive a couple of rounds.

We also confronted Lashonna at the bottom of the pyramid, and after all was complete duel Prince Redhand who was a vampire.

All while being 4 to 10 levels under leveled.

Wow that's pretty epic, I am going to do Lashonna near the top though I am expanding the area alot. She nor Kyuss will be weakened, this group are serious bunch of meatgrinders. Near the entrance to her domain the bad guy speech begins...

Bad Girl speech:
Lashonna: "I knew you wouldn't miss the re-birth of the blessed one. Although I must admit I am disappointed that you appear none to excited over the turn of events. That will change."
(Any PCs response) PCs: "If you refer to your ability to dominate, we are protected from your powers."

Lashonna: "Really? I wouldn't be so sure about that. My empire was not built over-night, and I don't plan on relinquishing my accomplishments or achievements. One constant in this universe is true and irrefutable: creatures will do whatever it takes to survive. I intend to survive, and to that end, I have secured insurance. Behold: a fragment of the fabled Shade Stone Citadel from the Plane of Shadows."

<The rock is uncovered and most PCs will immediately identify its properties. >

Lashonna: "Whats more, one of you has already promised your allegiance to Kyuss, and for that we are eternally grateful for you will live into infinitum."

Allow PCs to finger point, and perhaps even have a PC or two step forward thinking it is they whom might have joined Kyuss in his moments of triumph. When the fun ends, announce the traitor. Have the traitor say something really evil and cool (perhaps out of character for himself). Declare initiative, allowing PCs to know the danger. The traitor is a character that made it to 7th level then left the group at this point he will be a 20th level anti-paladin

Shade Stone Citadel
This extraplaner rock, the size of a small brick, is mounted to a rod affixed to the marble floor. It has a cloth concealing its nature, but once in view, its effects are listed below:
The rock generates a dimensional that prevents summoning and calling within 100ft radius unless they are of the undead type.
The rock generates a Darkness effect to 100ft that negates the use of any spell with the Light descriptor.

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Kjeldorn wrote:


Just a Mort wrote:
And here's the red bell pepper tuna pizza!
*Sniffs and looks suspiciously at the pizza and cast a quick glance at Mort before nibbling at a tiny sample*

Go ahead and have the pizza Kjeldorn. I think I added too much cheese(thanks, inner mozzarella fiend), but the red pepper is surprisingly, slightly sweetish. And no sauce, only garlic oil on the crust. Surprisingly when I ate it this morning I didn’t taste the garlic oil. I think I should halve the amount of cheese since I couldn’t really taste the tuna though :P

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Just a Mort wrote:
OK I tried to install darkest dungeon on my home laptop and it didn't work since my home laptop only supports up to opengl 3.0 for graphics. Also I have just had some chocolate liquor so I may not be too coherent. Is alcohol tolerance a practiced trait? I haven't been drinking for a while.

To all IT geeks here – is there a way to cheat it so that for opengl 3.2, you can run it on opengl 3.0? I don’t think so, because I tried my luck to do the disable open gl check, and also disabled steam overlay, but nope, it didn’t work, despite doing both measures. I’m not surprised if the answer is no, since I already tried to cheat my way out of it myself. I already tried updating the drivers, its already at max update level.

Kjeldorn wrote:


There's your inborn or "base" tolerance (which is based on stuff like size, diet and many other factors - some disputed such as ethnicity) and then there's your "practiced" tolerance, which is primarily based on consumption (though cases of reverse tolerance do happen to particular heavy alcohol consumers).

There's kind of two level of it I believe.

I got lighter so I think my base tolerance dropped. Then my practiced tolerance, since I haven’t been drinking for a while(all that clean living), is probably fairly crap too.

Well I think we all have our inherent slacker in us, just don’t let it take over our lives.

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