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If by kindness you mean planetary orbit then yes, yes it does.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Nylarthotep wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Well, I have to get the Prius smog checked today, which irritates me no end, because I *know* that if they exempted Prii or other hybrid/electric vehicles, then someone would soup up a Prius into a smog-spewing muscle car, just 'cause 'Merikuns.

** spoiler omitted **

Unless you are Audi/VW. Cause rules don't apply to them.

Contrary to Supreme Court rulings, corporations aren't people and such generalizations on behavior don't apply to them.

They're ALL horrible...

Fair, but the mindset of a corporate executive or engineer (who are still people) that says "let's ignore this rule" is actually more egregious than the behavior to which you object in the generic 'merikun.

I don't disagree with your original point about the people...I am just being contrary about your generalizations of the supposedly contrasting European mindset.

Off to read plaguestone and plot out my dwarven forge pre-order.


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lisamarlene wrote:
Drejk wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Well, I have to get the Prius smog checked today, which irritates me no end, because I *know* that if they exempted Prii or other hybrid/electric vehicles, then someone would soup up a Prius into a smog-spewing muscle car, just 'cause 'Merikuns.

** spoiler omitted **

No wonder that so many Poles are enamored of Amerika.

Okay, please explain.

I am still trying to understand the differences between the Polish-American diaspora mindset/ethos and actual Polish.

Spoiler:
This is by no mean universal trait of Poles, but quite many people around here are self-centered on their own freedom and perceived rights with little consideration for rights and freedoms of others, consequences of their actions and ignoring the misery they might cause to others with their actions.

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Hello, everyone!


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Woran wrote:
I'm going to look at a kitty tomorrow!

but...what about your rats?


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lisamarlene wrote:

Woohoo! I have a bike! Which, contrary to assumptions, did not fit in the back of the Soul. And I had neither rope nor bungees in the car. So I stopped at a gas station to buy some.

Thank heavens for good ole southern sexism, the kind old man who owned the station came outside and insisted on tying up my hatchback for me. I got "God bless you, Ma'am"ed no less than three times.
You know what? I'll take it. Kindness makes the world go around.

If I was there I would have ridden it back to your place for you.

Also how can a bike not fit into your soul?! Do you not love cycling as much as I do?!?


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Drejk wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Drejk wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Well, I have to get the Prius smog checked today, which irritates me no end, because I *know* that if they exempted Prii or other hybrid/electric vehicles, then someone would soup up a Prius into a smog-spewing muscle car, just 'cause 'Merikuns.

** spoiler omitted **

No wonder that so many Poles are enamored of Amerika.

Okay, please explain.

I am still trying to understand the differences between the Polish-American diaspora mindset/ethos and actual Polish.
** spoiler omitted **

you just described every pole I know, save perhaps Lisamarlene, who I have yet to meet.


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Service is over. It was pretty good, although hearing my Dad (a retired preacher) speaking at his granddaughter's funeral was really hard.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Service is over. It was pretty good, although hearing my Dad (a retired preacher) speaking at his granddaughter's funeral was really hard.

That isn't fair or right. I am so very sorry.


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Freehold DM wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Service is over. It was pretty good, although hearing my Dad (a retired preacher) speaking at his granddaughter's funeral was really hard.
That isn't fair or right. I am so very sorry.

He wanted to do it. That doesn't make it easier, though.

And, everyone, buckle your seat belts. Please.


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*runs up and down the aisle of the airplane, screaming about a monkey on the wing*


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Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Woohoo! I have a bike! Which, contrary to assumptions, did not fit in the back of the Soul. And I had neither rope nor bungees in the car. So I stopped at a gas station to buy some.

Thank heavens for good ole southern sexism, the kind old man who owned the station came outside and insisted on tying up my hatchback for me. I got "God bless you, Ma'am"ed no less than three times.
You know what? I'll take it. Kindness makes the world go around.

If I was there I would have ridden it back to your place for you.

Also how can a bike not fit into your soul?! Do you not love cycling as much as I do?!?

WW's car is a Kia Soul.

I loved cycling when I was a kid, when I had an amazing bike and lived near an amazing trail on and old railroad grade that went around lakes, through forest, etc. As an adult, I've only had garage sale bikes, usually heavy and needing work, i.e. utility bikes, and I've only lived in cities. I'm not a city girl and I don't feel as safe riding in them.


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Vanykrye wrote:
*runs up and down the aisle of the airplane, screaming about a monkey on the wing*

Nevermind, it was just Monkey Santa.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Well, I have to get the Prius smog checked today, which irritates me no end, because I *know* that if they exempted Prii or other hybrid/electric vehicles, then someone would soup up a Prius into a smog-spewing muscle car, just 'cause 'Merikuns.

Already done


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How to Make FaWtL Kill You:
(1) Brr... it's only August 1, but it's pretty chilly today. I may need to turn on the heat soon... (65°F and overcast with a stiff breeze)

(2) My utility bill was... $23 this month. Woo hoo for solar!


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  • Get Mom up and situated, fix her breakfast ✓
  • Breakfast: coffee and danish ✓
  • Air up Bonaparte's rear tread tire, take it to have nail removed and tire plugged ✓
  • Weed eat around parking area and half of front yard ✓
  • Install new tarp on frame over Bonaparte parking ✓
  • Take care of Mom's lunch ✓
  • Assemble chili and get into oven to slow simmer for 4 hours ✓
    Lunch: small cup of chilled glabrezu flesh tartare and red slaad caviar, glass of water, and naproxen xr caplet for backache ✓
  • Nap (now soon, hopefully)
  • Recharge Bonaparte's air conditioning with new R22 (later, hopefully)


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NobodysHome wrote:

How to Make FaWtL Kill You:

(1) Brr... it's only August 1, but it's pretty chilly today. I may need to turn on the heat soon... (65°F and overcast with a stiff breeze)

(2) My utility bill was... $23 this month. Woo hoo for solar!

*pokes NH*

*points at NH, mouths at him silently*
*walks away*
NH finally hears words. You will die in three days.
*a bird cries in the distance*


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lisamarlene wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Woohoo! I have a bike! Which, contrary to assumptions, did not fit in the back of the Soul. And I had neither rope nor bungees in the car. So I stopped at a gas station to buy some.

Thank heavens for good ole southern sexism, the kind old man who owned the station came outside and insisted on tying up my hatchback for me. I got "God bless you, Ma'am"ed no less than three times.
You know what? I'll take it. Kindness makes the world go around.

If I was there I would have ridden it back to your place for you.

Also how can a bike not fit into your soul?! Do you not love cycling as much as I do?!?

WW's car is a Kia Soul.

I loved cycling when I was a kid, when I had an amazing bike and lived near an amazing trail on and old railroad grade that went around lakes, through forest, etc. As an adult, I've only had garage sale bikes, usually heavy and needing work, i.e. utility bikes, and I've only lived in cities. I'm not a city girl and I don't feel as safe riding in them.

faints


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Vanykrye wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How to Make FaWtL Kill You:

(1) Brr... it's only August 1, but it's pretty chilly today. I may need to turn on the heat soon... (65°F and overcast with a stiff breeze)

(2) My utility bill was... $23 this month. Woo hoo for solar!

*pokes NH*

*points at NH, mouths at him silently*
*walks away*
NH finally hears words. omae wa mou shindeiru.
*a bird cries in the distance*

FIFY


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Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How to Make FaWtL Kill You:

(1) Brr... it's only August 1, but it's pretty chilly today. I may need to turn on the heat soon... (65°F and overcast with a stiff breeze)

(2) My utility bill was... $23 this month. Woo hoo for solar!

*pokes NH*

*points at NH, mouths at him silently*
*walks away*
NH finally hears words. omae wa mou shindeiru.
*a bird cries in the distance*
FIFY

Sorry. My version you have to suffer through the English dubs.


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NobodysHome wrote:

How to Make FaWtL Kill You:

(1) Brr... it's only August 1, but it's pretty chilly today. I may need to turn on the heat soon... (65°F and overcast with a stiff breeze)

(2) My utility bill was... $23 this month. Woo hoo for solar!

Oh, silly man. We won't kill you. We'll just all sign you up for different lootbox subscriptions, and you'll never clear out your house. We won't go to jail over mailing presents to a friend!


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Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How to Make FaWtL Kill You:

(1) Brr... it's only August 1, but it's pretty chilly today. I may need to turn on the heat soon... (65°F and overcast with a stiff breeze)

(2) My utility bill was... $23 this month. Woo hoo for solar!

Oh, silly man. We won't kill you. We'll just all sign you up for different lootbox subscriptions, and you'll never clear out your house. We won't go to jail over mailing presents to a friend!

Scint gets ALL THE COOKIES.


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Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How to Make FaWtL Kill You:

(1) Brr... it's only August 1, but it's pretty chilly today. I may need to turn on the heat soon... (65°F and overcast with a stiff breeze)

(2) My utility bill was... $23 this month. Woo hoo for solar!

Oh, silly man. We won't kill you. We'll just all sign you up for different lootbox subscriptions, and you'll never clear out your house. We won't go to jail over mailing presents to a friend!

Wow... I think I just heard your alignment shatter...


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NobodysHome wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How to Make FaWtL Kill You:

(1) Brr... it's only August 1, but it's pretty chilly today. I may need to turn on the heat soon... (65°F and overcast with a stiff breeze)

(2) My utility bill was... $23 this month. Woo hoo for solar!

Oh, silly man. We won't kill you. We'll just all sign you up for different lootbox subscriptions, and you'll never clear out your house. We won't go to jail over mailing presents to a friend!

Wow... I think I just heard your alignment shatter...

checks

Hmm. No laws broken here.

And scints gaze still makes me feel as if someone is walking over my grave.

Alignment remains.

bangs gavel compulsively


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Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How to Make FaWtL Kill You:

(1) Brr... it's only August 1, but it's pretty chilly today. I may need to turn on the heat soon... (65°F and overcast with a stiff breeze)

(2) My utility bill was... $23 this month. Woo hoo for solar!

*pokes NH*

*points at NH, mouths at him silently*
*walks away*
NH finally hears words. omae wa mou shindeiru.
*a bird cries in the distance*
FIFY
Sorry. My version you have to suffer through the English dubs.

sobs

You're a monster.


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NobodysHome wrote:

How to Make FaWtL Kill You:

(1) Brr... it's only August 1, but it's pretty chilly today. I may need to turn on the heat soon... (65°F and overcast with a stiff breeze)

*kills NH*

Quote:

(2) My utility bill was... $23 this month. Woo hoo for solar!

My electricity bill this month will be (approximately) $25...

*maims NH a little*


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NobodysHome wrote:

How to Make FaWtL Kill You:

(1) Brr... it's only August 1, but it's pretty chilly today. I may need to turn on the heat soon... (65°F and overcast with a stiff breeze)

(2) My utility bill was... $23 this month. Woo hoo for solar!

I'll just tell co-worker you were the one that moved our trailer.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How to Make FaWtL Kill You:

(1) Brr... it's only August 1, but it's pretty chilly today. I may need to turn on the heat soon... (65°F and overcast with a stiff breeze)

(2) My utility bill was... $23 this month. Woo hoo for solar!

Oh, silly man. We won't kill you. We'll just all sign you up for different lootbox subscriptions, and you'll never clear out your house. We won't go to jail over mailing presents to a friend!

Wow... I think I just heard your alignment shatter...

Nah, I've been claiming LE for a while. It makes it harder for the kids to mount a protestation of "giving any homework is evil" when the response is just "yeah, and?"


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Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How to Make FaWtL Kill You:

(1) Brr... it's only August 1, but it's pretty chilly today. I may need to turn on the heat soon... (65°F and overcast with a stiff breeze)

(2) My utility bill was... $23 this month. Woo hoo for solar!

Oh, silly man. We won't kill you. We'll just all sign you up for different lootbox subscriptions, and you'll never clear out your house. We won't go to jail over mailing presents to a friend!

Wow... I think I just heard your alignment shatter...

Nah, I've been claiming LE for a while. It makes it harder for the kids to mount a protestation of "giving any homework is evil" when the response is just "yeah, and?"

I KNEW IT!!!


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Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How to Make FaWtL Kill You:

(1) Brr... it's only August 1, but it's pretty chilly today. I may need to turn on the heat soon... (65°F and overcast with a stiff breeze)

(2) My utility bill was... $23 this month. Woo hoo for solar!

Oh, silly man. We won't kill you. We'll just all sign you up for different lootbox subscriptions, and you'll never clear out your house. We won't go to jail over mailing presents to a friend!

Wow... I think I just heard your alignment shatter...

Nah, I've been claiming LE for a while. It makes it harder for the kids to mount a protestation of "giving any homework is evil" when the response is just "yeah, and?"
I KNEW IT!!!

Well, now I gotta go get the secret-keeping knife.

Scarab Sages

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NobodysHome wrote:
Woran wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

(And yes, there's a reason I still have around 120 Euros on my desk. Once I took that hit I decided I'd do the exchange at my bank like a sane person.)

Now you have a good excuse to come back

Well, 5 still-valid Eurail passes, 120 Euros, GothBard talking about how she wants to go back to Paris to buy more stuff, and a kitten.

Where do I sign up?

Here.

On the dotted line.

Ignore the clause about souls.

Scarab Sages

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Freehold DM wrote:
Woran wrote:
I'm going to look at a kitty tomorrow!
but...what about your rats?

There have been several cats in the house. (who just walk in when the doors are open).

The rats have shown a complete lack of interest in the cats. Which in turn, makes the cats loose interest real quick as well.


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Dark Lord Scintillatrix wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How to Make FaWtL Kill You:

(1) Brr... it's only August 1, but it's pretty chilly today. I may need to turn on the heat soon... (65°F and overcast with a stiff breeze)

(2) My utility bill was... $23 this month. Woo hoo for solar!

Oh, silly man. We won't kill you. We'll just all sign you up for different lootbox subscriptions, and you'll never clear out your house. We won't go to jail over mailing presents to a friend!

Wow... I think I just heard your alignment shatter...

Nah, I've been claiming LE for a while. It makes it harder for the kids to mount a protestation of "giving any homework is evil" when the response is just "yeah, and?"
I KNEW IT!!!
Well, now I gotta go get the secret-keeping knife.

looks down at handle of knife protruding from chest

Is this it here?

collapses


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Freehold DM wrote:
Dark Lord Scintillatrix wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How to Make FaWtL Kill You:

(1) Brr... it's only August 1, but it's pretty chilly today. I may need to turn on the heat soon... (65°F and overcast with a stiff breeze)

(2) My utility bill was... $23 this month. Woo hoo for solar!

Oh, silly man. We won't kill you. We'll just all sign you up for different lootbox subscriptions, and you'll never clear out your house. We won't go to jail over mailing presents to a friend!

Wow... I think I just heard your alignment shatter...

Nah, I've been claiming LE for a while. It makes it harder for the kids to mount a protestation of "giving any homework is evil" when the response is just "yeah, and?"
I KNEW IT!!!
Well, now I gotta go get the secret-keeping knife.

looks down at handle of knife protruding from chest

Is this it here?

collapses

Secret kept!


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Woran wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Woran wrote:
I'm going to look at a kitty tomorrow!
but...what about your rats?

There have been several cats in the house. (who just walk in when the doors are open).

The rats have shown a complete lack of interest in the cats. Which in turn, makes the cats loose interest real quick as well.

....

Are you some kind of Disney princess?


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Freehold DM wrote:
Woran wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Woran wrote:
I'm going to look at a kitty tomorrow!
but...what about your rats?

There have been several cats in the house. (who just walk in when the doors are open).

The rats have shown a complete lack of interest in the cats. Which in turn, makes the cats loose interest real quick as well.

....

Are you some kind of Disney princess?

Closer to Brothers Grimm...


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Sure do wish it was Friday today and not tomorrow.


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Clocking out. Good night, everyone.


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*SIGH*

Another Strange Aeons session, another, "Let's follow that obvious clue!" leading to the GM having to say, "Nope. I know they put that obvious passage there, and that it's very clear that you're supposed to go that way. But you're not. And I'd have to write the whole thing up. And after a month or two you'd learn that I'd been leading you on for no reason whatsoever other than that the AP gave you yet another red herring with no follow-up in the book, expecting the GM to take care of it all, and I just don't feel like doing that right now..."

Dark Archive

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Morning FaWtL! Hope everyone is well today, and has a good day ahead of them. :) Also hope everyone has a fab weekend ahead too! :D Happy Friday! ^_^


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Today is our last day that *ought* to be a work/school day but isn't, so we're off to Dinosaur Valley State Park in Glen Rose, Texas. While every natural history museum and major university in the state has at least one of these footprints (chiseled and lifted out verrrrry carefully) in their collections, there is nothing like seeing the tracks together along the riverbed. Plus you get to swim and splash around in a clear, lazy, shallow river in the hot Texas summer, which is awesome. I haven't been there since college, and WW hasn't been since he was a kid, and we've never taken Hermione and Val (each time we've tried, either the river has been in flood, or there have been bad storms, or something like that).

Of course, Texas being Texas,

spoiler:
there is also a Creationist "evidence that man and dinosaurs coexisted!" museum just down the road from it, which we will *not* be visiting. Also a big-budget, big spectacle Christian rock musical that starts with a grandpa taking his kids to look at the dinosaur tracks and ends with the crucifixion. Because Texas.


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lisamarlene wrote:

Today is our last day that *ought* to be a work/school day but isn't, so we're off to Dinosaur Valley State Park in Glen Rose, Texas. While every natural history museum and major university in the state has at least one of these footprints (chiseled and lifted out verrrrry carefully) in their collections, there is nothing like seeing the tracks together along the riverbed. Plus you get to swim and splash around in a clear, lazy, shallow river in the hot Texas summer, which is awesome. I haven't been there since college, and WW hasn't been since he was a kid, and we've never taken Hermione and Val (each time we've tried, either the river has been in flood, or there have been bad storms, or something like that).

Of course, Texas being Texas, ** spoiler omitted **

it worries me that every time I say "well, that's the dumbest thing I have ever heard of!" you keep coming up with evidence to the contrary.

Shadow Lodge

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Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Today is our last day that *ought* to be a work/school day but isn't, so we're off to Dinosaur Valley State Park in Glen Rose, Texas. While every natural history museum and major university in the state has at least one of these footprints (chiseled and lifted out verrrrry carefully) in their collections, there is nothing like seeing the tracks together along the riverbed. Plus you get to swim and splash around in a clear, lazy, shallow river in the hot Texas summer, which is awesome. I haven't been there since college, and WW hasn't been since he was a kid, and we've never taken Hermione and Val (each time we've tried, either the river has been in flood, or there have been bad storms, or something like that).

Of course, Texas being Texas, ** spoiler omitted **

it worries me that every time I say "well, that's the dumbest thing I have ever heard of!" you keep coming up with evidence to the contrary.

If that's the dumbest thing you've ever heard, I could point you to a fair many things that would shatter that foundation and reveal many lower layers of idiocy basement. Buckle up.


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Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
it worries me that every time I say "well, that's the dumbest thing I have ever heard of!" you keep coming up with evidence to the contrary.
If that's the dumbest thing you've ever heard, I could point you to a fair many things that would shatter that foundation and reveal many lower layers of idiocy basement. Buckle up.

Oh my lord, Freehold, never come to Florida. It'd kill you until you die from it like an endless chain of power word: stupid effects just after you stepped over the state line.

If only paleontology/anthropology for excavating human stupidity paid well enough to make a non-starvation living on.

On the other claw, could probably pitch it as a TV show to Netflix, like a 21st century Eddie Vedder-looking Indiana Jones-type wielding a Bobcat.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

If only paleontology/anthropology for excavating human stupidity paid well enough to make a non-starvation living on.

On the other claw, could probably pitch it as a TV show to Netflix, like a 21st century Eddie Vedder-looking Indiana Jones-type wielding a Bobcat.

Aiymi would definitely watch that.


Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Today is our last day that *ought* to be a work/school day but isn't, so we're off to Dinosaur Valley State Park in Glen Rose, Texas. While every natural history museum and major university in the state has at least one of these footprints (chiseled and lifted out verrrrry carefully) in their collections, there is nothing like seeing the tracks together along the riverbed. Plus you get to swim and splash around in a clear, lazy, shallow river in the hot Texas summer, which is awesome. I haven't been there since college, and WW hasn't been since he was a kid, and we've never taken Hermione and Val (each time we've tried, either the river has been in flood, or there have been bad storms, or something like that).

Of course, Texas being Texas, ** spoiler omitted **

it worries me that every time I say "well, that's the dumbest thing I have ever heard of!" you keep coming up with evidence to the contrary.

It worries me half the time when you say, "well, that's the dumbest thing I have ever heard of!" that you're telling me that what I said was dumb when all I do is report what I have seen.


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Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Today is our last day that *ought* to be a work/school day but isn't, so we're off to Dinosaur Valley State Park in Glen Rose, Texas. While every natural history museum and major university in the state has at least one of these footprints (chiseled and lifted out verrrrry carefully) in their collections, there is nothing like seeing the tracks together along the riverbed. Plus you get to swim and splash around in a clear, lazy, shallow river in the hot Texas summer, which is awesome. I haven't been there since college, and WW hasn't been since he was a kid, and we've never taken Hermione and Val (each time we've tried, either the river has been in flood, or there have been bad storms, or something like that).

Of course, Texas being Texas, ** spoiler omitted **

it worries me that every time I say "well, that's the dumbest thing I have ever heard of!" you keep coming up with evidence to the contrary.
If that's the dumbest thing you've ever heard, I could point you to a fair many things that would shatter that foundation and reveal many lower layers of idiocy basement. Buckle up.

there...there are SUB LEVELS?!?


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lisamarlene wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Today is our last day that *ought* to be a work/school day but isn't, so we're off to Dinosaur Valley State Park in Glen Rose, Texas. While every natural history museum and major university in the state has at least one of these footprints (chiseled and lifted out verrrrry carefully) in their collections, there is nothing like seeing the tracks together along the riverbed. Plus you get to swim and splash around in a clear, lazy, shallow river in the hot Texas summer, which is awesome. I haven't been there since college, and WW hasn't been since he was a kid, and we've never taken Hermione and Val (each time we've tried, either the river has been in flood, or there have been bad storms, or something like that).

Of course, Texas being Texas, ** spoiler omitted **

it worries me that every time I say "well, that's the dumbest thing I have ever heard of!" you keep coming up with evidence to the contrary.
It worries me half the time when you say, "well, that's the dumbest thing I have ever heard of!" that you're telling me that what I said was dumb when all I do is report what I have seen.

oh no I am in no way saying YOU are dumb at all! I am more amazed by the dumb things you run into/experience.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
it worries me that every time I say "well, that's the dumbest thing I have ever heard of!" you keep coming up with evidence to the contrary.
If that's the dumbest thing you've ever heard, I could point you to a fair many things that would shatter that foundation and reveal many lower layers of idiocy basement. Buckle up.

Oh my lord, Freehold, never come to Florida. It'd kill you until you die from it like an endless chain of power word: stupid effects just after you stepped over the state line.

If only paleontology/anthropology for excavating human stupidity paid well enough to make a non-starvation living on.

On the other claw, could probably pitch it as a TV show to Netflix, like a 21st century Eddie Vedder-looking Indiana Jones-type wielding a Bobcat.

look, I can get you Captain Yesterday for your show, I dont know how much money he is going to want though.


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