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We're registering Crookshanks for sophomore year.


Hopefully with clothes on!


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My youngest is asleep in the car. (We are waiting in the daggum carliiiiiiiiiiine. Blech.) He warned me he was sleepy! (He fussed at me for not taking him home, then questioned why we had to get his brother from school, and then was asleep.)


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"Well, Mr. Yesterday, I can tell by your nudity you take your daughter's education seriously. Just sign here and you daughter will be a sophomore!"


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Tacticslion wrote:
‘Sup?

Nothing much. Just another Friday.


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Freehold DM wrote:
"Well, Mr. Yesterday, I can tell by your nudity you take your daughter's education seriously. Just sign here and you daughter will be a sophomore!"

It's how I fast track everything.


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Yay! It only took two and a half hours! It's a good thing we pre-registered! Gosh knows how long it would have taken otherwise.


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Co-worker: Wow! Traffic is getting bad on the beltline!

Captain Yesterday (driving the new truck): I'll find the caltrops button...


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captain yesterday wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Well, I didn't think of it as an argument. A reasonable disagreement over design philosophy.
It figures you'd say that!

Of course, *you* would see it differently! Just like when we were at your mother's house!


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Vanykrye wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Well, I didn't think of it as an argument. A reasonable disagreement over design philosophy.
It figures you'd say that!
Of course, *you* would see it differently! Just like when we were at your mother's house!

How would you know, you were staring at her cans the whole time!... Wait, no that was Freehold.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Well, I didn't think of it as an argument. A reasonable disagreement over design philosophy.
It figures you'd say that!
Of course, *you* would see it differently! Just like when we were at your mother's house!
How would you know, you were staring at her cans the whole time!... Wait, no that was Freehold.

it was an impressive collection of antique cans, yes. I also liked her mason jars.


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Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Well, I didn't think of it as an argument. A reasonable disagreement over design philosophy.
It figures you'd say that!
Of course, *you* would see it differently! Just like when we were at your mother's house!
How would you know, you were staring at her cans the whole time!... Wait, no that was Freehold.
it was an impressive collection of antique cans, yes. I also liked her mason jars.

She loved to can, that's for sure!


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captain yesterday wrote:

Co-worker: Wow! Traffic is getting bad on the beltline!

Captain Yesterday (driving the new truck): I'll find the caltrops button...

{1d4 ⇒ 3 goblin babies hum the Spy Hunter theme}


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“‘Spy Hun’ter.’ Now there’s a name I’ve not heard in a long time. In a long time.” Stares off, contemplating.

EDIT: multiple times. After all, first I had to get a beard, and then I could add both links. :D

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So, today I had a swan in my bath tub.

Long version:

We have a lot of water around here. A little lake. Lots of waterways. So a lot of waterbirds. Every year there are also two pairs of nesting swans.
MrT is especially fond of the swans, and we keep a keen eye on how they do. (MrT has helped them cross the road on occasion by stopping traffic).

So, we noticed one signet had been without parents. Its not that bad at this point as they are coming into their feathers, and are of a size they can easily forage for themselves. Still it was weird.
We noticed it was holding its leg out of the water. They sometimes do that to rest the leg, or let it warm up if the water is very cold.
But we noticed it wasnt climbing onto land. Something was definitely not right with the leg.
We could see it wasnt fishing line. That would have been bad, and warranted emediate rescue.
So we kept an eye on it. You always hope an injury heals on itself.

But yesterday I saw he still had his leg up. I couldnt catch him, so today MrT and I went out to get him.
Small complication. Mom and dad were back. He had been on his own for a while. Since he could not walk, he wasnt able to follow his parents and siblings off the lake to another body of water. But they had returned.

So we lured them with bread. Dad was pretty agressive, but because the injured swan could not get out of the water, MrT was able to lure the parents and siblings away to one side on land, while I grabbed the injured swan off the water.

Swans arent that hard to catch. You first grab them by the neck, then you pin the wings. With the wings pinned, they calm down a lot.

So I now had a swan under my arm.
We called the animal ambulance. They were away on another rescue, so I discussed with them that I would take the swan home, and they could pick him up when they could.

So we put water in the tub. Put swan in tub. He floated there for about an hour and a half, and they he was picked up.
He's now at a bird rescue. I hope he does allright.


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So, I have news:

My car was located yesterday morning and is being held for crime scene work. Should be available for pickup Sunday at the earliest.

1) I had to make the call. I understand that was advised here by y'all, but really? Tiny bit surprised, I am.
2) Will have to go through the Nissan dealership "make a new key and invalidate the old one" routine. How exciting!
3) Never expected to get this good news.

Sidebar: If those two punks just wanted a joyride through Memphis, all they had to do was ask . . . . Sheez! Gotta be all rude and s@!# . . . . *cue eyeroll*


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I hope the young swan does well!


Woran wrote:

So, today I had a swan in my bath tub.

Long version:

The short version would have been fine, but now we know you’re a swan hero!

Guess to get the bird you had to go swan diving!

I think I speak for us all when I say, “Good luck, Kemoswani!”

(But, truly terrible jokes aside, I do pray for a swift recovery. Good job you two!)


Syrus Terrigan wrote:

So, I have news:

My car was located yesterday morning and is being held for crime scene work. Should be available for pickup Sunday at the earliest.

1) I had to make the call. I understand that was advised here by y'all, but really? Tiny bit surprised, I am.
2) Will have to go through the Nissan dealership "make a new key and invalidate the old one" routine. How exciting!
3) Never expected to get this good news.

Sidebar: If those two punks just wanted a joyride through Memphis, all they had to do was ask . . . . Sheez! Gotta be all rude and s@#* . . . . *cue eyeroll*

Even a bit of good news is good news! Woohoo! Go Syrus!


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Very glad to hear it, Syrus.

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Good news Syrus! (Which autocorrect has insisted should be "syrup" or "Syria"). Glad you got it back.

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Answering Freehold's earlier question of where is everyone... I was dealing with a flat tire. Instead of going to the chiropractor to fix my jacked up shoulder. Fortunately, they were able to patch it, which turns out is much cheaper than a new tire, so yay. Also AAA is awesome and I highly recommend membership to anyone with a car.

Now I'm off to play Trivial Pursuit. Yes willingly, don't @ me.


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... “at”

;D


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I did do sidesword in the rain. Finally someone has made sense of Agrippa

I also did more stuff with polearms. Polearms are ace.

I also have drunk many Guinness Foreign Extra.


(By which, of course, I mean, “I hope it’s a blast!”)

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Tacticslion wrote:
Woran wrote:

So, today I had a swan in my bath tub.

Long version:

The short version would have been fine, but now we know you’re a swan hero!

Guess to get the bird you had to go swan diving!

I think I speak for us all when I say, “Good luck, Kemoswani!”

(But, truly terrible jokes aside, I do pray for a swift recovery. Good job you two!)

It will depend on what is wrong with his leg. But he's at the bird rescue centre now, so they are well equiped to take care of him.


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Syrus Terrigan wrote:

So, I have news:

My car was located yesterday morning and is being held for crime scene work. Should be available for pickup Sunday at the earliest.

YEAHHHHHHHHHHHHH


Hey, gran: I used the Kikkoman pun IRL, the other day, and had the store clerk I said it to laugh while also telling me to get out. It worked beautifully in other words.


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Woran wrote:

So, today I had a swan in my bath tub.

Long version:

We have a lot of water around here. A little lake. Lots of waterways. So a lot of waterbirds. Every year there are also two pairs of nesting swans.
MrT is especially fond of the swans, and we keep a keen eye on how they do. (MrT has helped them cross the road on occasion by stopping traffic).

So, we noticed one signet had been without parents. Its not that bad at this point as they are coming into their feathers, and are of a size they can easily forage for themselves. Still it was weird.
We noticed it was holding its leg out of the water. They sometimes do that to rest the leg, or let it warm up if the water is very cold.
But we noticed it wasnt climbing onto land. Something was definitely not right with the leg.
We could see it wasnt fishing line. That would have been bad, and warranted emediate rescue.
So we kept an eye on it. You always hope an injury heals on itself.

But yesterday I saw he still had his leg up. I couldnt catch him, so today MrT and I went out to get him.
Small complication. Mom and dad were back. He had been on his own for a while. Since he could not walk, he wasnt able to follow his parents and siblings off the lake to another body of water. But they had returned.

So we lured them with bread. Dad was pretty agressive, but because the injured swan could not get out of the water, MrT was able to lure the parents and siblings away to one side on land, while I grabbed the injured swan off the water.

Swans arent that hard to catch. You first grab them by the neck, then you pin the wings. With the wings pinned, they calm down a lot.

So I now had a swan under my arm.
We called the animal ambulance. They were away on another rescue, so I discussed with them that I would take the swan home, and they could pick him up when they could.

So we put water in the tub. Put swan in tub. He floated there for about an hour and a half, and they he was picked up.
He's now at a bird rescue. I hope he does allright.

Glad to hear the Impii got their licks in!

But how did he make it from Copenhagen to Utricht on a bad leg?


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Tiny T-Rex: What's popaganda?

Me: Boy bands.


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DeathQuaker wrote:

Good news Syrus! (Which autocorrect has insisted should be "syrup" or "Syria"). Glad you got it back.

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Answering Freehold's earlier question of where is everyone... I was dealing with a flat tire. Instead of going to the chiropractor to fix my jacked up shoulder. Fortunately, they were able to patch it, which turns out is much cheaper than a new tire, so yay. Also AAA is awesome and I highly recommend membership to anyone with a car.

Now I'm off to play Trivial Pursuit. Yes willingly, don't @ me.

considering what was rumored to have happened with trivial pursuit after my first room party, I am most definitely not @ing you, whatever that means.


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Hey, guys, thanks for the PMs! I'm leaving them unread at present, because I'm trying to figure out a display problem with Paizo's new board system.


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"Syrup" and "Syria":

Autocorrect almost *always* chooses one of those two for my alias. It has even turned into a joke in the chatrooms of an online app I play. Of the two, I'd rather go with a sweet breakfast confection than a Middle Eastern country.

And thanks to all of you! :)

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Freehold DM wrote:
... @ing you, whatever that means.

In many modern forums and chat programs such as Discord, if you type "@(person's name)" it will either send a popup, make a noise, or otherwise flag them to get their attention.


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Freehold DM wrote:
... @ing you, whatever that means.

And @-@ing you is what follows when that fool Admiral Ozzel came out of light-speed too close to the (Hassel)'Hoff system, so you have to send in Maester Pycelle Walter Donovan General Veers with the walkers to take out their shield generators.


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Clocking out. Good night, everyone.


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The Ersatz Russian's wife is working WozCon this weekend. She frequently gets the sought-after celebrity handler assignments, because she works hard and behaves like a professional.
And then she texts me to rub it in, because I SHOULD be working the con on her team this weekend, except I moved away.
So she texted a few moments ago that she's been escorting my girl crush around the con this evening.


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NobodysHome wrote:

So, a bit of a political tirade about recent events, though not particularly incendiary.

** spoiler omitted **

I was actually in a town where they happend while I was on vacation this last week. Must of been a different guy then the one your talking about. It was some kid who was doing a social experiment and was lucky he didn't get shot. He had some serious charges brought up against him.


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So my all 18's game has had 2 games so far. Biggest difference aside from everyone making saving throws realitivly easily. That 18 con makes it virtually impossible for me to kill some one outright which is for sure an upside. crit hit first level for 24 hp but hey least your not dead.


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Hey, Drejk and/or lisamarlene!

(This is very-very-very short - ~11 minutes - documentary by Extra Credits about the Warsaw Uprising during WW2.)

EDIT: ((Just to be clear, it's pretty horrifically brutal, as you might expect. But it's about Poland! So you may like it? -ish?))


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Tacticslion wrote:
Hey, gran: I used the Kikkoman pun IRL, the other day, and had the store clerk I said it to laugh while also telling me to get out. It worked beautifully in other words.

You're welcome. I also used it tonight at a Pathfinder game. It got just the reaction I wanted: confusion, followed by a dawning understanding, then reluctant laughter and head shakes.


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Went to Popeye's for some chicken. I ordered a drumstick meal. The cashier asked me "What side?" I stared at her blankly for a moment and said "Left? I didn't know there was a difference." She replied "No, sweetie. Do you want fries or something else on the side."


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Do you know why the police take your phone away when they put you in jail? It's because they don't want you taking cellfies.


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Did that really happen to you or was that a joke. I've done similar things before just my mind being distracted and being asked a question with just a bit too much short hand for me to pick up on it.


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Yes.


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My recent one the lady behind the counter asked for here or to go and I responded We are leaving for home today. to be fair we were just talking about us being from out of town. My SO clarified that we would be eating their. Being suddenly forced onto day shift after being night for years is hard.


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Who investigates toilet crimes? The poolice. It's their dooty.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Who investigates toilet crimes? The poolice. It's their dooty.

And I thought my job stunk.

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I have of course grown attached to my bath tub swan and I am wondering how he is doing.

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Can you call the bird rescue people and ask?


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So, Endgame was a pretty stupid movie, didn't really like it, reminds me of the second and third Hobbit movies.

If you have three hours of free time I recommend spending it on something else.

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