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captain yesterday wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I finally saw Captain Marvel last night, I loved it, especially when they show the various times Carol fails and defiantly pulls herself up again, I see the same look on Crookshanks.
Yeah I've heard people complaining but I personally really like it. It was a little different from the standard marvel formula.
The hardest part for me to get used to was seeing Samuel L Jackson young again without him throwing F bombs every 16 seconds.

Much truth. '

Edit: Maybe too much truth.


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OK. This weekend I managed to get us through the U.K., including sightings of the ever-mysterious LordSynos.

And... heeeeere's the UK!


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Gotta love mysterious text exchanges

Mystery person: How's your summer going

Me: Do i know you?

Mystery person: It's your sister

Me: I don't have a sister.

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captain yesterday wrote:
Woran wrote:
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captain yesterday wrote:

I just noticed I passed Nobodyshome in amount of subscriptions.

Default, the single best word in the English language. :-)

LOL. Considering I canceled all of mine, I'd argue that is indeed a small feat. :-P
I think I'm tied with Woran for most subscriptions on FaWtL (assuming TOZ probably gets his for free on account of being a mega venture officer for PFS since it's inception or having 700 GM stars).

Subscribing for free PDF is no longer worth it since I'm a venture captain and get PDFs for free. But it works for my laziness. I dont have to keep track of what comes out when. It just ends up on my doorstep.

Altough I dont do hardcovers. Due to their cost and weight in shipping getting them delivered is way more expensive. I get them at my FLGS

I subscribe for the convenience, not the PDFs, which I never use.

Also, Starfinder releases hardcover books so infrequently when they do I pile a bunch of other stuff on the order so I get the first ten in shipping knocked off. Of course *only* living 2,100 miles from Paizo also helps.

I love PDFs for prep. But I run from paper.


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NobodysHome wrote:

OK. This weekend I managed to get us through the U.K., including sightings of the ever-mysterious LordSynos.

And... heeeeere's the UK!

I'm totally taking up giant pole throwing!

But not Pole throwing (you're safe for now, Drejk).


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captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

OK. This weekend I managed to get us through the U.K., including sightings of the ever-mysterious LordSynos.

And... heeeeere's the UK!

I'm totally taking up giant pole throwing!

But not Pole throwing (you're safe for now, Drejk).

for now.


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Scorched Hag, a witch, burned on stake and yet returned to haunt you.


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captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

OK. This weekend I managed to get us through the U.K., including sightings of the ever-mysterious LordSynos.

And... heeeeere's the UK!

I'm totally taking up giant pole throwing!

But not Pole throwing (you're safe for now, Drejk).

No picking up! No throwing!

Or you will have one Polish dragon trashing around madly!

You have been warned!

Scarab Sages

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I know we should all be tolerant. And that you shouldnt judge if you dont have kids.
But the neighbour kids have been singing jingle bells for almost an hour now and I'm ready for murder.


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Scintillae wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
A restaurant shouldn't be able to call itself The Amish Buffet, just saying.
Only in the mornings. For lunch and dinner menus, it's PMish.

If you weren't already attached to Orthos I would marry you for that.


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captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

OK. This weekend I managed to get us through the U.K., including sightings of the ever-mysterious LordSynos.

And... heeeeere's the UK!

I'm totally taking up giant pole throwing!

But not Pole throwing (you're safe for now, Drejk).

I seem to remember that there were stats for cabers in 2e.


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Woran wrote:

I know we should all be tolerant. And that you shouldnt judge if you dont have kids.

But the neighbour kids have been singing jingle bells for almost an hour now and I'm ready for murder.

I would totally join in on that jam session.


Does anyone know of a decent random magic item generator for PF?


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Ultimate Equipment.


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Limeylongears wrote:
Does anyone know of a decent random magic item generator for PF?

Dms little helper, archivist elements, 3.x item generator.


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NH, my friend is complaining about the heat in Brooklyn. I mentioned Albany to her, and we are staring at you and your 70 degree high via Googlemaps. We hate you.

Shadow Lodge

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Limeylongears wrote:
Does anyone know of a decent random magic item generator for PF?

Decent one here that I used for Kingmaker stuff


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Freehold DM wrote:
NH, my friend is complaining about the heat in Brooklyn. I mentioned Albany to her, and we are staring at you and your 70 degree high via Googlemaps. We hate you.

But it’s a dry, pleasant 70...


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NobodysHome wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
NH, my friend is complaining about the heat in Brooklyn. I mentioned Albany to her, and we are staring at you and your 70 degree high via Googlemaps. We hate you.
But it’s a dry, pleasant 70...

I am smashing random houses with my finger, pretending it is yours.


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Freehold DM wrote:
NH, my friend is complaining about the heat in Brooklyn. I mentioned Albany to her, and we are staring at you and your 70 degree high via Googlemaps. We hate you.

She can't be that upset about the heat. It's meant to welcome you. That's why they call them housewarming parties!


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This lady keeps coming down the stairs and glaring at me on her way out to smoke. I have no idea what I did to her.

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I want to go home with a migraine, but there is no one to replace me. So I cant go. Maybe if I hang on for a little bit I'll end up puking in the trashcan. I bet they will let me go home then.


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Woran wrote:
I want to go home with a migraine, but there is no one to replace me. So I cant go. Maybe if I hang on for a little bit I'll end up puking in the trashcan. I bet they will let me go home then.

Especially if its black with red specks.


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Hello, everyone!

I got my books! I GOT MY BOOKS!!


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Congrats John.


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Has it been 18 years already! Wow, that went by quick!


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Congrats to cpt as well!


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John Napier 698 wrote:

Hello, everyone!

I got my books! I GOT MY BOOKS!!

What ones did you get?


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Gratz Cap! Also, I am sorry for your wife! ~grins and runs~


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captain yesterday wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:

Hello, everyone!

I got my books! I GOT MY BOOKS!!

What ones did you get?

PF2 Core Rulebook and Bestiary.


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Whew I was just talking to one of the house keepers. She's been here 13 years and has a 40 minute drive. They are not rolling in the dough working here either. I don't know how she does it.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:

Hello, everyone!

I got my books! I GOT MY BOOKS!!

What ones did you get?
PF2 Core Rulebook and Bestiary.

Got mine just last Friday. I was surprised by how heavy they were. That core could break your foot if you dropped it wrong.


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Yeah. Both books total nearly 1,000 pages.


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Capn Yesterday's Wedding Anniv. wrote:
Has it been 18 years already! Wow, that went by quick!

congratulations to you and your wife.


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Yay for Captain Yesterday and the General!


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Congrats Cap and General!


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*Whew*! Thank goodness that heat wave is over!

68°F today, 69°F tomorrow.

Thanks for your concern, Freehold!


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Nice one, CY and GY!


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The Jose's left The Good Truck in the lot, so guess who got a new truck today.

This guy!

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Congratulations cap.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
This lady keeps coming down the stairs and glaring at me on her way out to smoke. I have no idea what I did to her.

you failed to seduce her is what you did.


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That explains why the Jose's left The Good Truck, the seatbelt doesn't work.


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Captain Yesterday, A Team wrote:

The Jose's left The Good Truck in the lot, so guess who got a new truck today.

This guy!

sounds like everything is coming up milhouse.


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captain yesterday wrote:
That explains why the Jose's left The Good Truck, the seatbelt doesn't work.

sounds like he was trying to turn you INTO milhouse.


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NobodysHome wrote:

*Whew*! Thank goodness that heat wave is over!

68°F today, 69°F tomorrow.

Thanks for your concern, Freehold!

pulls weather dominator mk I out of mothballs


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Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
That explains why the Jose's left The Good Truck, the seatbelt doesn't work.
sounds like he was trying to turn you INTO milhouse.

It's a they, a crew of three people all named Jose, though Paco goes by Paco, but his first name is still Jose.


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I'm not worried, I have situational awareness, which can't be taught, by the way.


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Ah, Windows 10! Will you ever stop making me ecstatic that I refuse to install you?

The latest hilarity: One of our other teams reports that Windows 10 defaults to assuming you're using a touchscreen, even when you aren't, so web sites that are designed to toggle between two interfaces depending on whether or not you have a touchscreen (such as ours) don't render correctly.

Neither the problem nor the fix are intuitive. And yet again Windows 10 makes an assumption and runs with it, without ever, y'know, actually checking the hardware to see...
(I wrote board support package and device drivers courses. Checking whether or not a touchscreen is attached should be a trivial coding exercise.)

(And yes, last Friday after I ran Strange Aeons I forgot to turn off wireless, so when I moved my laptop back under the desk where wireless isn't available it crashed magnificently because it didn't want to use the wired connection.
Stoopid Windows 10!)


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NobodysHome wrote:

Ah, Windows 10! Will you ever stop making me ecstatic that I refuse to install you?

The latest hilarity: One of our other teams reports that Windows 10 defaults to assuming you're using a touchscreen, even when you aren't, so web sites that are designed to toggle between two interfaces depending on whether or not you have a touchscreen (such as ours) don't render correctly.

Neither the problem nor the fix are intuitive. And yet again Windows 10 makes an assumption and runs with it, without ever, y'know, actually checking the hardware to see...
(I wrote board support package and device drivers courses. Checking whether or not a touchscreen is attached should be a trivial coding exercise.)

(And yes, last Friday after I ran Strange Aeons I forgot to turn off wireless, so when I moved my laptop back under the desk where wireless isn't available it crashed magnificently because it didn't want to use the wired connection.
Stoopid Windows 10!)

We never have this problem in my company, and I have never had those issues happen on home computers either. Either of those problems. I still say this is a problem with the image your IT dept has chosen to inflict upon you, and not an inherent problem with Win 10 itself.


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Vanykrye wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Ah, Windows 10! Will you ever stop making me ecstatic that I refuse to install you?

The latest hilarity: One of our other teams reports that Windows 10 defaults to assuming you're using a touchscreen, even when you aren't, so web sites that are designed to toggle between two interfaces depending on whether or not you have a touchscreen (such as ours) don't render correctly.

Neither the problem nor the fix are intuitive. And yet again Windows 10 makes an assumption and runs with it, without ever, y'know, actually checking the hardware to see...
(I wrote board support package and device drivers courses. Checking whether or not a touchscreen is attached should be a trivial coding exercise.)

(And yes, last Friday after I ran Strange Aeons I forgot to turn off wireless, so when I moved my laptop back under the desk where wireless isn't available it crashed magnificently because it didn't want to use the wired connection.
Stoopid Windows 10!)

We never have this problem in my company, and I have never had those issues happen on home computers either. Either of those problems. I still say this is a problem with the image your IT dept has chosen to inflict upon you, and not an inherent problem with Win 10 itself.

Yeah, I just wouldn't be surprised by that at all...

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