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Good morning gran. I hope that you are doing well.


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Well, that is not the way that I was wanting to wish someone good morning.


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I'll be alright, I guess. What's funny is about 30 minutes ago, I was complaining to 2nd shift about how, according to the website, power at my house was still down (with an undetermined cause) after over 6 hours. Then I walked down the hall to the bathroom to get changed into my work clothes and, as I opened the door, my phone beeped. It was a text from the power company saying "Your power is restored (cause still undetermined)". Great timing.


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The joy of power outages.


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Good morning, everyone! I just clocked in at work.

Scarab Sages

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Good afternoon everyone


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uGH.

Too hot to play games, too hot to write, too hot to sleep...


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Also too hot for shopping...


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Wow.

Looks like everyone's power is out.

How long until cannibalism sets in?


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Freehold DM wrote:

Wow.

Looks like everyone's power is out.

How long until cannibalism sets in?

About three hours ago.

I mean never. I would never eat people. And I certainly never discussed it with Vid and Mort once upon a time.


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Freehold DM wrote:

Wow.

Looks like everyone's power is out.

How long until cannibalism sets in?

Heya, FH! Have you had chicken & rice from The Halal Guys food carts? Is it really that delicious?


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

Wow.

Looks like everyone's power is out.

How long until cannibalism sets in?

Heya, FH! Have you had chicken & rice from The Halal Guys food carts? Is it really that delicious?

I only get the lamb, but it's all quite good. Very oily though, so be careful if you have that kind of food issue.


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Yesterday, I learned that Furbies are absolutely, positively, 100% NOT kosher, which I think is very useful to know.


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I stumbled across a recipe talking about and it sounded good. I've never had it.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I stumbled across a recipe talking about and it sounded good. I've never had it.

more proof you and others need to live here. Exchange your Florida gators for our sewer gators and you will be a lot happier. Florida man has nothing on New York resident.


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Limeylongears wrote:
Yesterday, I learned that Furbies are absolutely, positively, 100% NOT kosher, which I think is very useful to know.
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I stumbled across a recipe talking about and it sounded good. I've never had it.

The timing of these two posts made for an amazing adventure into toy-based culinary horrors.


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Scintillae wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Yesterday, I learned that Furbies are absolutely, positively, 100% NOT kosher, which I think is very useful to know.
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I stumbled across a recipe talking about and it sounded good. I've never had it.
The timing of these two posts made for an amazing adventure into toy-based culinary horrors.

you're only giving Drejk ideas.

Potentially delicious ones.


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Scintillae wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Yesterday, I learned that Furbies are absolutely, positively, 100% NOT kosher, which I think is very useful to know.
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I stumbled across a recipe talking about and it sounded good. I've never had it.
The timing of these two posts made for an amazing adventure into toy-based culinary horrors.

Limey's post wasn't there after I replied... but it is now? Huh.

I've never tried to eat a Furbie though.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Yesterday, I learned that Furbies are absolutely, positively, 100% NOT kosher, which I think is very useful to know.
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I stumbled across a recipe talking about and it sounded good. I've never had it.
The timing of these two posts made for an amazing adventure into toy-based culinary horrors.

Limey's post wasn't there after I replied... but it is now? Huh.

I've never tried to eat a Furbie though.

clearly, you need to squeeze a lime on top of it.


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If I don't vent these things, I just sit here with one eye twitching.

Tech: So what time zone are you in?

User: I'm in Eastern Time now.

Tech: You're on Eastern...now?

User: Yeah, I just moved to Georgia.

Tech: Oh, ok. So where were you before?

User: Indiana.

Tech: Oh, where in Indiana?

Me, interjecting: Which means she was on Eastern time before as well.

User: Lansing, near Calumet City.

Tech: Oh, Lansing, that's south of Chicago, right?

Me, interjecting again: Which means she lived in Illinois, not Indiana.

The conversation could have gone like this:
Q: Do you know where you live?
A: I like flowers.


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Vanykrye wrote:

If I don't vent these things, I just sit here with one eye twitching.

Tech: So what time zone are you in?

User: I'm in Eastern Time now.

Tech: You're on Eastern...now?

User: Yeah, I just moved to Georgia.

Tech: Oh, ok. So where were you before?

User: Indiana.

Tech: Oh, where in Indiana.

Me, interjecting: Which means she was on Eastern time before as well.

User: Lansing, near Calumet City.

Tech: Oh, Lansing, that's south of Chicago, right?

Me, interjecting again: Which means she lived in Illinois, not Indiana.

The conversation could have gone like this:
Q: Do you know where you live?
A: I like flowers.

out of fairness, I keep forgetting where the line is myself. I keep thinking Illinois is eastern time.


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Freehold DM wrote:
out of fairness, I keep forgetting where the line is myself. I keep thinking Illinois is eastern time.

Out of fairness, you also don't live here.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Yesterday, I learned that Furbies are absolutely, positively, 100% NOT kosher, which I think is very useful to know.
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I stumbled across a recipe talking about and it sounded good. I've never had it.
The timing of these two posts made for an amazing adventure into toy-based culinary horrors.

Limey's post wasn't there after I replied... but it is now? Huh.

I've never tried to eat a Furbie though.

I've never personally tried to eat a Furbie, but there are several people I'd be willing to volunteer for taste-testing Furbies...


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Freehold DM wrote:

Wow.

Looks like everyone's power is out.

How long until cannibalism sets in?

*too busy eating late breakfast to answer*


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Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Yesterday, I learned that Furbies are absolutely, positively, 100% NOT kosher, which I think is very useful to know.
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I stumbled across a recipe talking about and it sounded good. I've never had it.
The timing of these two posts made for an amazing adventure into toy-based culinary horrors.

you're only giving Drejk ideas.

Potentially delicious ones.

I would have to google Furby first. Too hot for googling...

Shadow Lodge

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Drejk wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Yesterday, I learned that Furbies are absolutely, positively, 100% NOT kosher, which I think is very useful to know.
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I stumbled across a recipe talking about and it sounded good. I've never had it.
The timing of these two posts made for an amazing adventure into toy-based culinary horrors.

you're only giving Drejk ideas.

Potentially delicious ones.

I would have to google Furby first. Too hot for googling...

They're the talking owl-like things that were popular a decade or so back. The ones I based a gremlin on that I posted a few months back (statblock in profile).


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Well, the website will be down for maintenance in a few minutes. If I'm not on before 2:30 PM EST, have a good day, everyone.


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ONCE MORE UNTO THE BREACH DEAR FRIENDS, ONCE MORE!!!


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Word.


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I'm going to hold vigil.


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I am about to go to lunch.

Dont take the site away, as all I will have left to me is internet porn. You dont want me searching for that, do you?


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Holding vigil, but the forums aren't dead yet.

Grand Lodge

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See you all on the other side.


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Freehold DM wrote:

I am about to go to lunch.

Dont take the site away, as all I will have left to me is internet porn. You dont want me searching for that, do you?

I assumed you already knew exactly where to find it...

Grand Lodge

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Update thread says it's been pushed back an hour.


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Vanykrye wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Yesterday, I learned that Furbies are absolutely, positively, 100% NOT kosher, which I think is very useful to know.
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I stumbled across a recipe talking about and it sounded good. I've never had it.
The timing of these two posts made for an amazing adventure into toy-based culinary horrors.

Limey's post wasn't there after I replied... but it is now? Huh.

I've never tried to eat a Furbie though.

I've never personally tried to eat a Furbie, but there are several people I'd be willing to volunteer for taste-testing Furbies...

If they weren't ritually unclean before, they dangin' well would be afterwards.


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Yeah I ate a Furbie, it tasted like spite.


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So...White Castle serves Furbies on a bun?


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starts hunting furbys


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Vanykrye wrote:
So...White Castle serves Furbies on a bun?

No, I worked for Toys R Us, remember.


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True, but I was thinking of places that served spite-flavored food.

Did you cook it in a Barbie Easy Bake Oven, by chance?


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If by Barbie you mean Frozen, then yes, yes we did.


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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Update thread says it's been pushed back an hour.

Hasn't been updated since, and the vigil for the not-dead-not-yet-undead forums continues.


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Vanykrye wrote:

If I don't vent these things, I just sit here with one eye twitching.

Tech: So what time zone are you in?

User: I'm in Eastern Time now.

Tech: You're on Eastern...now?

User: Yeah, I just moved to Georgia.

Tech: Oh, ok. So where were you before?

User: Indiana.

Tech: Oh, where in Indiana?

Me, interjecting: Which means she was on Eastern time before as well.

User: Lansing, near Calumet City.

Tech: Oh, Lansing, that's south of Chicago, right?

Me, interjecting again: Which means she lived in Illinois, not Indiana.

The conversation could have gone like this:
Q: Do you know where you live?
A: I like flowers.

When I was still on the phones doing tech support, I used to get asked at least once a day where the call center was. I started telling callers we were located about 90 miles west of Tampa. No one ever caught on that would have put us well offshore in the Gulf.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:

If I don't vent these things, I just sit here with one eye twitching.

Tech: So what time zone are you in?

User: I'm in Eastern Time now.

Tech: You're on Eastern...now?

User: Yeah, I just moved to Georgia.

Tech: Oh, ok. So where were you before?

User: Indiana.

Tech: Oh, where in Indiana?

Me, interjecting: Which means she was on Eastern time before as well.

User: Lansing, near Calumet City.

Tech: Oh, Lansing, that's south of Chicago, right?

Me, interjecting again: Which means she lived in Illinois, not Indiana.

The conversation could have gone like this:
Q: Do you know where you live?
A: I like flowers.

When I was still on the phones doing tech support, I used to get asked at least once a day where the call center was. I started telling callers we were located about 90 miles west of Tampa. No one ever caught on that would have put us well offshore in the Gulf.

Right now, I'd like to drop off a lot of new employees to your call center.


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has white castle for lunch


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We just had two new hires lock themselves out of their accounts while answering their own security questions.

Not typing in the answers they previously set up...oh no...

I mean this is their first day.

And they were going through the set up...telling the system what the answers were for the very first time...

I've never seen one person do that before. Today two of them did it simultaneously.

This is a special crop.


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Vanykrye wrote:
This is a special crop.

They're probably some of Bayer's new pod people that are genetically modified to be immune to RoundUp.


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I swapped their brains with shattered china and used batteries and traded them to that Brain Collector guy for a fresh spaceship. Win-win!


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As long as the batteries didn't come from Missing No. Even used, those would be far too powerful to be placed in the hands of these genetically modified pod people.

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