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Sheemed obvious to me..

Shhut up I'm naked when I want to be naked!


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Oh, s#!@. You're back.

*starts drinking heavily*


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I like that sweater your wearing Trebex looks quite good on you.


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Thanks. I got it from your mother. After I had sex with her.


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Alek Trebex wrote:
Thanks. I got it from your mother. After I had sex with her.

Taking up necrophilia are we Trebex? That explains the smell.


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I mean Sean Connery is like 88 if his mother is still alive its got to be some sort of record.


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You're just smelling your own breath.


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I feel like your not getting the whole SNL celebrity jeopardy meme to well. Your doing it all wrong.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
I mean Sean Connery is like 88 if his mother is still alive its got to be some sort of record.

If she gave birth when she was a teenager, she would only be 105ish. Could happen.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
I feel like your not getting the whole SNL celebrity jeopardy meme to well. Your doing it all wrong.

Ahh...I see the problem. You're think of Alex Trebek. This is Alek Trebex. He doesn't put up with that s&%~.


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*looms menacingly behind Sean-Connery7*


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I'm sorry but their is just no way I can imagine a leshy looking at anything "menacingly"


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It's a Kudzu Leshy. You should know how dangerous kudzu is.


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Fair. That stuff is invasive as heck.


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It could also be a distraction. "Oh, look at the cute little Leshy. It's sooooooo adorable! OH MY GOD HOW DID THE KUDZU GROW AROUND ME SO QUICKLY?! SOMEONE HELP ME I'M BEING COVERED WITH KUDZU!!!!


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How much zu kud a kudzu du if a kudzu kud du zu?

Scarab Sages

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
So we've been trying to get the sneke to eat for like a month and a half now. We tried frozen rats no go so she bought a live rat. 2 weeks now and he's not hungry. So I guess we have a pet rat now too.

If you decide to keep the rat as a pet, get him/her a buddy. Rats are highly social creatures and will get depressed without a cagemate.


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Yeah my S.O. was saying something like that. She has been getting it out and playing with it a lot already. We might have to change its name from snack...


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Limeylongears wrote:
How much zu kud a kudzu du if a kudzu kud du zu?

Only one way to find out. Plant some kudzu in your back yard and start experimenting.

Scarab Sages

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Yeah my S.O. was saying something like that. She has been getting it out and playing with it a lot already. We might have to change its name from snack...

Yeah. Its very hard to substitute for another rat. Playing a lot is good, as they are smart and need something to do. But you'd have to carry the rat with you the whole day to come close to replacing another rat.

They also need quite a bit of space. Hamster/mice/guineapig cages generally dont cut it. Luckilky, they dont mind how their space is orientated. They easily go vertical (where for aninmals like rabbits/gineapigs you need horizontal space), so a parrot cage with platous works just as well.


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we are going tomorrow morning to pet smart to get it a bigger cage.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
I feel like your not getting the whole SNL celebrity jeopardy meme to well. Your doing it all wrong.

no way man, I LOVE celebrity Jeopardy!


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Woran wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
So we've been trying to get the sneke to eat for like a month and a half now. We tried frozen rats no go so she bought a live rat. 2 weeks now and he's not hungry. So I guess we have a pet rat now too.
If you decide to keep the rat as a pet, get him/her a buddy. Rats are highly social creatures and will get depressed without a cagemate.

I find that fascinating about rats. So social!

Scarab Sages

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I love rats as pets. They are smart, attentive, cuddely. You can teach them tricks. They are easy with food. They have distinct personalities. And being dawn/dusk creatures, they sleep during the day, when I'm at work. So I dont have to feel bad they are home alone.


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Yesterday evening I went with Aiymi to her company outing. 14 of us for paintball. I am old. I am in pain. I have many bruises and welts. But it was fun.

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Afternoon FaWtLanteans! I hope everyone is well and having a good day today. :)


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Vanykrye wrote:
Yesterday evening I went with Aiymi to her company outing. 14 of us for paintball. I am old. I am in pain. I have many bruises and welts. But it was fun.

I dont know why paintball would be seen as fun. It seems agonizing.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Yesterday evening I went with Aiymi to her company outing. 14 of us for paintball. I am old. I am in pain. I have many bruises and welts. But it was fun.
I dont know why paintball would be seen as fun. It seems agonizing.

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Because...
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Because shooting people is fun?
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Did that come out sounding weird? I don't know if that's weird.
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That might have been weird.


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Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Yesterday evening I went with Aiymi to her company outing. 14 of us for paintball. I am old. I am in pain. I have many bruises and welts. But it was fun.
I dont know why paintball would be seen as fun. It seems agonizing.

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Because...
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Because shooting people is fun?
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Did that come out sounding weird? I don't know if that's weird.
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That might have been weird.

make no mistake, I LOVE laser tag. I am a huge fan of that as well as photon(which I believe had better technology, I cant remember). But paintballs hurt and can easily put someone's eye out.


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That's what protective masks are for. The number one rule is that you do not take your mask off for any reason while in the field of play.

And yeah, they sting. No doubt about that one.


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Wow...
...just got the email to remind me: Today is my 15-year anniversary at my current job.

Does that count as "a career" or "in a rut"?

Scarab Sages

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NobodysHome wrote:

Wow...

...just got the email to remind me: Today is my 15-year anniversary at my current job.

Does that count as "a career" or "in a rut"?

Depends if they give you a cake to celebrate.

MrT recently celebrated 12 years at his job.


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Woran wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Wow...

...just got the email to remind me: Today is my 15-year anniversary at my current job.

Does that count as "a career" or "in a rut"?

Depends if they give you a cake to celebrate.

MrT recently celebrated 12 years at his job.

LOL. GothBard works for a gaming company. She gets all kinds of cool gifts. Even when they "just" won the Halloween costume contest this year, they each got a $50 gift certificate.

In 19 years in tech, my grand total rewards have been:
(1) A pen
(2) A watch
(3) An extra week of vacation (from 13 days a year to 18)

Yeah, employee recognition just isn't a "thing" in my industry...


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I've gotten an umbrella. From two companies ago.


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And since it's now only a month away, here's our schedule for those as would like to try to meet up with us in Europe:

NobodysHome's European Shenanigans:

July 8-11: London, England. Other than high tea at the Ritz on the 11th, an open schedule
July 12: A quick tour of Edinburgh, Scotland thanks to a scheduling mix-up
July 13-14: Another quick tour of Inverness, Scotland
July 15-16: Highland games in Inverary, Scotland
July 17: Back to Edinburgh, because we love it and messed up a bit
July 18-20: Paris, France
July 21-22: Amsterdam, the Netherlands
July 23-25: Copenhagen, Denmark

PM me if you want to try to meet up and I'll send GothBard's contact information, since apparently neither my phone nor Impus Major's will work there.


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Current company:

When I started I saw people with plaques with their years of service on them. One year anniversary got you the plaque, and it had a paper certificate inside that could be taken out and updated with "anniversary stickers", and you got a new certificate every 5 years.

When I got to my one year anniversary, I was given a certificate. No plaque.

At my 2 year anniversary I didn't even get the sticker.

At my 5 year anniversary I didn't even get a mention in the newsletter.

I'm not entirely sure if I'm actually employed by this company anymore and payroll just hasn't noticed.


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I got a rock.


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I got a Carden-Lloyd Tankette, with antlers, and a removable canvas trench for growing vegetables on the back.


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And now - to vanish! Again!


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lynora wrote:
Woran wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Woran wrote:

Also, we were in the paizo trivia contest at paizocon:

4) The Paizo.com messageboards are a busy place, and as of last night, 3 different threads have 75K or more posts. Name any of these 3 threads.

Ask James Jacobs, FaWtL, and the one about hugging succubi, or maybe the LGBTQ+ gamer's thread.

Edit: definitely not the LGBTQ+ thread, they only have 17,000+ posts, so it's gotta be succubus in a grapple.

Deep 6 FAWTL. Tales of Agartha: the Avalon Chronicles. Ask James Jacobs Anything.

!!!!! O.o

Okay, I knew my game was kinda massive, but, honestly hadn’t realized it was that many posts! :D

Huh - our little game (sort of) made it into a trivia contest? At PaizoCon, no less?

I think that's something to be proud of... ;)

Oh...:
...and to the 2 or 3 people from the 'Elder FAWTL' days that might still remember me: Hi! (^-^)
[waves like a nut]


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Waves back like a legume.


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Since I don't have to look professional and grown-up for the summer and I need to cover my grey anyhow, I'm thinking of doing a semi-permanent navy blue or aquamarine over the brunette. Because why not?


So, why does my house cost 1.5x as much as a MUCH bigger house in Walnut Creek?
Current temperature in Albany, west of the coastal "range": 74° F
Current temperature in Walnut Creek, 20 miles east but over the coastal "range": 92° F

Impus Major is going to plotz when we do the 40-minute drive and he's suddenly dying of heat stroke.

Fortunately, he still only weighs 110 lb. Maybe he'll survive...

EDIT: And for those of you wondering about the quotes around "range", we have a series of hills that run along the coast that top out at anywhere between 800 and 1500 feet. The really noticeable peaks such as Mount Tamalpais hit a "whopping" 2572'.
Then you head east for a couple of hours and hit the Sierras, where the lowest pass you can find to get through is around 8000', and if you want to camp at 11,000' you can find a multitude of sites up and down the range. So to me, anything under 5000' really doesn't deserve the name, "Mountain".

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We're looking to upgrade into a larger home and the plots by my office are prime locations. The houses that are further out, down in Queen Creek and the like, have a lot more space for the same price as the ones we are looking at in Chandler.

Scarab Sages

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NobodysHome wrote:
Woran wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Wow...

...just got the email to remind me: Today is my 15-year anniversary at my current job.

Does that count as "a career" or "in a rut"?

Depends if they give you a cake to celebrate.

MrT recently celebrated 12 years at his job.

LOL. GothBard works for a gaming company. She gets all kinds of cool gifts. Even when they "just" won the Halloween costume contest this year, they each got a $50 gift certificate.

In 19 years in tech, my grand total rewards have been:
(1) A pen
(2) A watch
(3) An extra week of vacation (from 13 days a year to 18)

Yeah, employee recognition just isn't a "thing" in my industry...

You're clearly in the wrong company.

MrT works IT in the financial sector. He gets a gift certificate for his birthday and for christmas.
For his 12,5 years at the company, they bought cake for him and his department, got him an insanely large bouquet of flowers and got him a synthesizer (as his hobby is making electronic music).

In my old company, which I was a part of for 6 years, you got a small gift for your bithday. Like a creditcard sized multitool, a travel mug and a box of chocolates.
For christmas we got all kids of gifts. I got remote controlled ball, a little flying drone, a camera (like a go-pro, just a different brand).

Both MrT's company and my company are big. MrT's might be a rival for your GlobalMegaCorp.
Now that I joined a small company, I did not recieve a birthday gift.


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The new bed is here!

Tonight I'll be sleeping on a new bed!

For the first time in... Well, forever...


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Woran wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Woran wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Wow...

...just got the email to remind me: Today is my 15-year anniversary at my current job.

Does that count as "a career" or "in a rut"?

Depends if they give you a cake to celebrate.

MrT recently celebrated 12 years at his job.

LOL. GothBard works for a gaming company. She gets all kinds of cool gifts. Even when they "just" won the Halloween costume contest this year, they each got a $50 gift certificate.

In 19 years in tech, my grand total rewards have been:
(1) A pen
(2) A watch
(3) An extra week of vacation (from 13 days a year to 18)

Yeah, employee recognition just isn't a "thing" in my industry...

You're clearly in the wrong company.

MrT works IT in the financial sector. He gets a gift certificate for his birthday and for christmas.
For his 12,5 years at the company, they bought cake for him and his department, got him an insanely large bouquet of flowers and got him a synthesizer (as his hobby is making electronic music).

In my old company, which I was a part of for 6 years, you got a small gift for your bithday. Like a creditcard sized multitool, a travel mug and a box of chocolates.
For christmas we got all kids of gifts. I got remote controlled ball, a little flying drone, a camera (like a go-pro, just a different brand).

Both MrT's company and my company are big. MrT's might be a rival for your GlobalMegaCorp.
Now that I joined a small company, I did not recieve a birthday gift.

You're just a wacky European. You weirdos still believe in treating employees like human beings and all that nonsense.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Woran wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Woran wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Wow...

...just got the email to remind me: Today is my 15-year anniversary at my current job.

Does that count as "a career" or "in a rut"?

Depends if they give you a cake to celebrate.

MrT recently celebrated 12 years at his job.

LOL. GothBard works for a gaming company. She gets all kinds of cool gifts. Even when they "just" won the Halloween costume contest this year, they each got a $50 gift certificate.

In 19 years in tech, my grand total rewards have been:
(1) A pen
(2) A watch
(3) An extra week of vacation (from 13 days a year to 18)

Yeah, employee recognition just isn't a "thing" in my industry...

You're clearly in the wrong company.

MrT works IT in the financial sector. He gets a gift certificate for his birthday and for christmas.
For his 12,5 years at the company, they bought cake for him and his department, got him an insanely large bouquet of flowers and got him a synthesizer (as his hobby is making electronic music).

In my old company, which I was a part of for 6 years, you got a small gift for your bithday. Like a creditcard sized multitool, a travel mug and a box of chocolates.
For christmas we got all kids of gifts. I got remote controlled ball, a little flying drone, a camera (like a go-pro, just a different brand).

Both MrT's company and my company are big. MrT's might be a rival for your GlobalMegaCorp.
Now that I joined a small company, I did not recieve a birthday gift.

You're just a wacky European. You weirdos still believe in treating employees like human beings and all that nonsense.

Hey, who let you off the hamster wheel!

grabs tranquilizer gun and darts.


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Drejk wrote:

The new bed is here!

Tonight I'll be sleeping on a new bed!

For the first time in... Well, forever...

All hail Drejk's new bed! Which will go splendidly with hailing Drejk's (no longer) New Mattress!


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lisamarlene wrote:
Since I don't have to look professional and grown-up for the summer and I need to cover my grey anyhow, I'm thinking of doing a semi-permanent navy blue or aquamarine over the brunette. Because why not?

Do eet!!!! Mermaid hair is great! I use Pravana. It's very rich color, but has to be touched up weekly, and that's on my blondish hair. But it doesn't get all over everything like Manic Panic, so there's that

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