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It was intentionally subtle.


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Unlike that.


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Happy Birthday, Vany and wishing you many more. And then preemptively wishing you a very Happy eventual Dracolich-dom Ravener-dom whenever you get around to it.

Olde Timey Fisticuffs Yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
And stroopvaffles!

So, wait, when I spend years drenching waffles in caramel and squishing them into a sandwich, it's "weird" but when a whole country of windmill and flower meadow enthusiasts do it, it's the Next Big Culinary Thing.

Poppycock, I say!

Not only are they thin caramel waffle sandwiches, they're perfectly sized so you can place them as a cover atop your cup of [HOT BEVERIDGE] and let the rising heat warm them up.


captain yesterday wrote:
Bob Ross Captain and his crew spent their per diem at the strip club, the one time they got a per diem.

Dammit Bob Ross Captain! CALL A BROTHER WHEN YOU'RE GOING TO THE CLUB!


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Happy Birthday, Vany and wishing you many more. And then preemptively wishing you a very Happy eventual Dracolich-dom Ravener-dom whenever you get around to it.

Olde Timey Fisticuffs Yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
And stroopvaffles!

So, wait, when I spend years drenching waffles in caramel and squishing them into a sandwich, it's "weird" but when a whole country of windmill and flower meadow enthusiasts do it, it's the Next Big Culinary Thing.

Poppycock, I say!

Not only are they thin caramel waffle sandwiches, they're perfectly sized so you can place them as a cover atop your cup of [HOT BEVERIDGE] and let the rising heat warm them up.

just sent some to a friend. I hope she loved them.


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Been gone a while...Mostly cause s%%~, life and bad luck happens.
So I'm not really going to try to keep up with all that's happened around here as well it really seems a hassle for me in a period where my mental resources, health and mood isn't really in any kind of top form.

In stead of boring and bumming you out with the how's and why's of my current condition. I'm wanna say I'm sorry - especially to NH and family - That I can't be around here or meet and greet you guys'n'gals in Copenhagen.
I just can't, as I would feel more like a burden by trying to tag along while I'm hobbling around as badly as I am currently, not to get in to the exhausted, moody and depressed mindscape I'm in. If I'm going to show up to meet any FaWtLer's I want to be at least presentable, open and somewhat cheery (with the last part being particularly difficult as I'm likely to spout of fairly controversial, inappropriate or heterodox opinions or positions when discussing weighty or sensitive topics - ie politics, religion or social issues*).

*Despite drawing ever closer to 40, I'm still as of much an contrarian, anti authoritarian 'edgy boy' as I was 10-15 years ago.


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*Gives the Turtle freshly cleaned covers and a gallon of premium American Whiskey*

*Also, Man Hugs*


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Okay, so all summer traveling is finished; almost all visits to our house are finished; most all summer projects are either finished, cancelled, or otherwise negated.

Now I can fiiiiiiiiiiiiinally sleep.

Oh, wait, school starts back in a week and a half. :I

Dang it.


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A week and a half!?!

Dude, it's still July!

Why the f@$@ are you starting school in a week and a half!?!


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Our summer is only half over for us, and we live on the frozen tundra!

Shadow Lodge

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captain yesterday wrote:

A week and a half!?!

Dude, it's still July!

Why the f@&@ are you starting school in a week and a half!?!

All the schools here start again on the first or second week of August.

Ebon's school in Arizona is starting next week.


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Orthos wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

A week and a half!?!

Dude, it's still July!

Why the f@&@ are you starting school in a week and a half!?!

All the schools here start again on the first or second week of August.

Ebon's school in Arizona is starting next week.

That's f~~~ed up, man.


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Orthos wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

A week and a half!?!

Dude, it's still July!

Why the f@&@ are you starting school in a week and a half!?!

All the schools here start again on the first or second week of August.

Ebon's school in Arizona is starting next week.

that's insane.


*hugs*


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NobodysHome wrote:
Safe in Copenhagen.

You may be safe in Copenhagen, but is Copenhagen safe from you?


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Gratz Vanykrye!

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Happy belated birthday well-wishes Vany =)


Good luck, Cover Turtle. I do hope that your life improves. We are here if you need us.


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Cover Turtle wrote:

Been gone a while...Mostly cause s!%%, life and bad luck happens.

So I'm not really going to try to keep up with all that's happened around here as well it really seems a hassle for me in a period where my mental resources, health and mood isn't really in any kind of top form.

In stead of boring and bumming you out with the how's and why's of my current condition. I'm wanna say I'm sorry - especially to NH and family - That I can't be around here or meet and greet you guys'n'gals in Copenhagen.
I just can't, as I would feel more like a burden by trying to tag along while I'm hobbling around as badly as I am currently, not to get in to the exhausted, moody and depressed mindscape I'm in. If I'm going to show up to meet any FaWtLer's I want to be at least presentable, open and somewhat cheery (with the last part being particularly difficult as I'm likely to spout of fairly controversial, inappropriate or heterodox opinions or positions when discussing weighty or sensitive topics - ie politics, religion or social issues*).

*Despite drawing ever closer to 40, I'm still as of much an contrarian, anti authoritarian 'edgy boy' as I was 10-15 years ago.

Aw! No one’s under any obligation to meet us! Relax, recover, and cover, turtle.


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Sharoth wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Safe in Copenhagen.
You may be safe in Copenhagen, but is Copenhagen safe from you?

The kids already spotted the swan-shaped paddle boats.


Clocking out. Good night, everyone.


Interesting how time changes culture. in 1987 and 1997, the Parisiens were complete jerks. In 1987, the Germans in Germany were friendly.

This trip, the Parisiens were warm and welcoming, and every German we’ve met has been a jerk. Must be the heat...


John Napier 698 wrote:
Clocking out. Good night, everyone.

*gets tagged*


Vidmaster7 wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Clocking out. Good night, everyone.
*gets tagged*

Now you just need to get bagged.


I tried to make Hawaiian rolls, but burnt them. I should have had the oven on aloha setting.


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I don't mean to brag, but I once beat a chess grand champion in only 5 moves. Turned out my childhood karate lessons were good for something.


There's a new restaurant in town called Karma. There's no menu, you just get what you deserve.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Clocking out. Good night, everyone.
*gets tagged*
Now you just need to get bagged.

Just as long as their is no tea involved.


I went over to my friend Mick's house and knocked on the door. His wife answered. She told me that Mick was in the barn so I went around back to find him.

I opened the door to the barn and to my complete horror, Mick was pole dancing in a leotard on a combine harvester

Me: "What the hell are you doing??"

Mick: "Well, you know how my wife and I have been having marriage problems? We went to go see a counselor, and he said to put some spice back in the relationship that I had to do something sexy to a tractor."


Your fren mick is an idiot.


I think the US Navy should commission a new warship and name it the "R". That would make it the "USS R". Imagine the confusion that could cause on a Russian ship.

"Sir! The USS R is behind us!"
"Yes, comrade, but a strong Russia is still in our future."


In Infinity War, Tony Stark used the Mark 50 suit. Bruce Banner, however, used the Mark Ruffalo.


My son is mad at me. He was going to the pool with some friends, and I suggested that if he wanted to impress the girls he should put a potato in his trunks. Apparently I forgot to tell him to put it in the front of his trunks.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
In Infinity War, Tony Stark used the Mark 50 suit. Bruce Banner, however, used the Mark Ruffalo.

I'm to much of a comic nerd for this joke. I just wanted to correct you about the use of mark 50.


Why did the man put dogs in his lake as navigation markers? Because they're good buoys.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
My son is mad at me. He was going to the pool with some friends, and I suggested that if he wanted to impress the girls he should put a potato in his trunks. Apparently I forgot to tell him to put it in the front of his trunks.

Chip off the ol block eh?


Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
In Infinity War, Tony Stark used the Mark 50 suit. Bruce Banner, however, used the Mark Ruffalo.
I'm to much of a comic nerd for this joke. I just wanted to correct you about the use of mark 50.

We're talking movies, not comics.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
In Infinity War, Tony Stark used the Mark 50 suit. Bruce Banner, however, used the Mark Ruffalo.
I'm to much of a comic nerd for this joke. I just wanted to correct you about the use of mark 50.
We're talking movies, not comics.

I don't think he ever called it mark 50 in the movies either.


Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
In Infinity War, Tony Stark used the Mark 50 suit. Bruce Banner, however, used the Mark Ruffalo.
I'm to much of a comic nerd for this joke. I just wanted to correct you about the use of mark 50.
We're talking movies, not comics.
I don't think he ever called it mark 50 in the movies either.

It may have been written somewhere. Or maybe someone just counted all the other suits he's used in the MCU and this was the 50th.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
In Infinity War, Tony Stark used the Mark 50 suit. Bruce Banner, however, used the Mark Ruffalo.
I'm to much of a comic nerd for this joke. I just wanted to correct you about the use of mark 50.
We're talking movies, not comics.
I don't think he ever called it mark 50 in the movies either.
It may have been written somewhere. Or maybe someone just counted all the other suits he's used in the MCU and this was the 50th.

I wasn't going to go down this road but you brought me their so now this is where we are.

But yeah I think the (maybe?)official name for that suit was "The Bleeding edge"


Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
In Infinity War, Tony Stark used the Mark 50 suit. Bruce Banner, however, used the Mark Ruffalo.
I'm to much of a comic nerd for this joke. I just wanted to correct you about the use of mark 50.
We're talking movies, not comics.
I don't think he ever called it mark 50 in the movies either.
It may have been written somewhere. Or maybe someone just counted all the other suits he's used in the MCU and this was the 50th.

I wasn't going to go down this road but you brought me their so now this is where we are.

But yeah I think the (maybe?)official name for that suit was "The Bleeding edge"

Surely that's the name of Gamora's sword.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
In Infinity War, Tony Stark used the Mark 50 suit. Bruce Banner, however, used the Mark Ruffalo.
I'm to much of a comic nerd for this joke. I just wanted to correct you about the use of mark 50.
We're talking movies, not comics.
I don't think he ever called it mark 50 in the movies either.
It may have been written somewhere. Or maybe someone just counted all the other suits he's used in the MCU and this was the 50th.

I wasn't going to go down this road but you brought me their so now this is where we are.

But yeah I think the (maybe?)official name for that suit was "The Bleeding edge"

Surely that's the name of Gamora's sword.

I don't know about that but It will be the name of a random magic weapon in one of my games now.

"The Edge" was actually the name of my favorite sword from a 1st edition forgotten realms book. It was "the ultimate sharpness weapon." It ignored all armor because it cut through it like a hot knife thru butter. Plus the sharpness quality and for some reason it also deployed 3 little poisonous dancing daggers from its hilt for some unknown reason.


Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
In Infinity War, Tony Stark used the Mark 50 suit. Bruce Banner, however, used the Mark Ruffalo.
I'm to much of a comic nerd for this joke. I just wanted to correct you about the use of mark 50.
We're talking movies, not comics.
I don't think he ever called it mark 50 in the movies either.
It may have been written somewhere. Or maybe someone just counted all the other suits he's used in the MCU and this was the 50th.

I wasn't going to go down this road but you brought me their so now this is where we are.

But yeah I think the (maybe?)official name for that suit was "The Bleeding edge"

Surely that's the name of Gamora's sword.
I don't know about that but It will be the name of a random magic weapon in one of my games now.

Make sure it has the Wounding property.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
In Infinity War, Tony Stark used the Mark 50 suit. Bruce Banner, however, used the Mark Ruffalo.
I'm to much of a comic nerd for this joke. I just wanted to correct you about the use of mark 50.
We're talking movies, not comics.
I don't think he ever called it mark 50 in the movies either.
It may have been written somewhere. Or maybe someone just counted all the other suits he's used in the MCU and this was the 50th.

I wasn't going to go down this road but you brought me their so now this is where we are.

But yeah I think the (maybe?)official name for that suit was "The Bleeding edge"

Surely that's the name of Gamora's sword.
I don't know about that but It will be the name of a random magic weapon in one of my games now.
Make sure it has the Wounding property.

Right? how disappointing would that be if it didn't?


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
In Infinity War, Tony Stark used the Mark 50 suit. Bruce Banner, however, used the Mark Ruffalo.
I'm to much of a comic nerd for this joke. I just wanted to correct you about the use of mark 50.
We're talking movies, not comics.
I don't think he ever called it mark 50 in the movies either.
It may have been written somewhere. Or maybe someone just counted all the other suits he's used in the MCU and this was the 50th.

I wasn't going to go down this road but you brought me their so now this is where we are.

But yeah I think the (maybe?)official name for that suit was "The Bleeding edge"

Surely that's the name of Gamora's sword.
I don't know about that but It will be the name of a random magic weapon in one of my games now.
Make sure it has the Wounding property.
Right? how disappointing would that be if it didn't?

Make it a big-ass greatsword, covered with spikes and other nasty looking bits. Have the name "The Bleeding Edge" engraved in it with what looks like fresh blood. Give it the Merciful and Compassionate qualities.


PC's begin quest to hunt down the person who named it "The Bleeding Edge"


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
PC's begin quest to hunt down the person who named it "The Bleeding Edge"

It was me!!


That does make the most sense actually...


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Our vacation was well-timed. We’re all pretty much done for the trip. The heat wave isn’t helping, but honestly 80 F (27 C) isn’t that bad; if we weren’t all “tripped out” we’d probably be looking to do a bus tour or a couple of museums and parks and such.

Instead, today’ll be a late breakfast, a bit of exploring (but not a lot), back to the hotel to get dressed up. Dinner at Noma, and an early evening.

Tomorrow I doubt Impus Minor’ll leave the hotel room. And at this point of the trip, that’s totally OK.

Scarab Sages

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captain yesterday wrote:
Woran wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Woran wrote:

It was lovely meeting NH, Gothbard, Shiro and the Impii.

We did a lot of walking, talked about a lot of forbidden FaWtL topics. I made them eat weird food.

that sounds amazing. I truly envy them your company.
If you're ever in the Netherlands I can show you around too.

You should come to Wisconsin!

GameholeCon is in November.

I wont be able to make it this year (travel budget has already been spend), but maybe next year?

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