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Drejk wrote:
Today's blogpost: a ghost of trapped apprentice.

i really, really like this one.


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Apparently I really really REALLY like this one.


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*cough*

Yeah, no. You can't touch her, but hey, at least you can look.

<.<
>.>

*scribble-scribble-note* ghost touch lubricant *scribble-scribble*


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Hello, everyone!


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Hi!


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Hey Drejk...it's once again really good. Helping with a bit of editing though: "If you cast your spells spontaneously, you have know one additional 0 level spell."

You'll want to clean that up.


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Vanykrye wrote:

Hey Drejk...it's once again really good. Helping with a bit of editing though: "If you cast your spells spontaneously, you have know one additional 0 level spell."

You'll want to clean that up.

Duh. Missed that one while rewriting the sentence. Thank you.


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I do that kind of stuff too, and I'm writing in my native language.


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Vanykrye wrote:
I do that kind of stuff too, and I'm writing in my native language.

It happens to me too, though (or because) I rarely write in my native language :P


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Hey, John!

I certainly hope your bus route isn't being affected by this craziness. (No idea what part of town this even is; all I really know of Pittsburgh is Irwin.)


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I've been on 2 calls today. The first one was an hour and a half. This one...that's still going...has just eclipsed three and a half hours. Good thing I had absolutely nothing that I needed to otherwise do today.


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Vanykrye wrote:
I've been on 2 calls today. The first one was an hour and a half. This one...that's still going...has just eclipsed three and a half hours. Good thing I had absolutely nothing that I needed to otherwise do today.

Why does it sound like sarcasm?

It certainly can't be sarcasm... It doesn't translate well on internets after all.

Scarab Sages

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I'm happy our biggest nature problem is being several feet below sea level.


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Nerd Herd second session finished. They are learning to be very careful about readied action phrasing.

"I ready an action for when something comes out of the cave. Wait. When something hostile...no, might be a charmed kid. When something I am reasonably certain can kill me leaves the cave."
waiting to have NPCs emerge out of the trees "You're sure?"
"Yes. No. Yes."


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lisamarlene wrote:

Hey, John!

I certainly hope your bus route isn't being affected by this craziness. (No idea what part of town this even is; all I really know of Pittsburgh is Irwin.)

Hi, LM. I'm okay. None of the buses I take go near there. Tenth Street and Penn Avenue is the Greyhound Bus Terminal for Pittsburgh. But thanks for letting me know. :)


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Woran wrote:
I'm happy our biggest nature problem is being several feet below sea level.

The only natural issues we have are tornadoes, Autumn deer orgies and milkmaid molting season.

One of those isn't actually an issue.


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The only natural issues we have are year-long rain, gigantic pigeons and the impending reintroduction of Fomorians to the Scottish Highlands.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Today's blogpost: a ghost of trapped apprentice.
i really, really like this one.

I like this one too. :)


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Woran wrote:
I'm happy our biggest nature problem is being several feet below sea level.

Yeahhh,...

Being below sea level, and Katrina, is one reason I refused to move back to New Orleans afterwords. I live 2 hours to the side, near enough to visit the wife's family, far enough I dont have to worry about swimming home from work one day! ;P


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We ended up getting a record setting 3 inches of snow last night, which of course melted when it hit the pavement but stuck everywhere else.

Guess where I work outside, everywhere else.

So I had a fun day of kneeling in the muddy snow and pounding in marble flower bed edging (that'll stick it to the Joneses!).

Or, you know, whatever the opposite of fun is.


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I was so sick Monday all day at school that the principal told me she would find me a sub for today. Which is unusual. Typically your willingness to deal with the annoyance of making call after call and getting told "no" repeatedly until someone agrees to cover is a sign of how badly you really need the day off.

So I spent the day on the couch watching "Angel" on Facebook Watch and drinking tea laced with Nemiroff Honey Pepper (thanks, Ersatz Russian!) as well as actual honey.

And my mother-in-law made dinner for the kids and sent it home with WW after he spent the morning helping her out with random stuff at her house, since he has to work tonight.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Woran wrote:
I'm happy our biggest nature problem is being several feet below sea level.

The only natural issues we have are tornadoes, Autumn deer orgies and milkmaid molting season.

One of those isn't actually an issue.

waits patiently for start of milkmaid molting season


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People are such dirt.

I put out the Halloween lights on Monday.

Someone already stole our lit reaper, leaving me with two choices:

(1) Take everything else down and have a "plain" Halloween to make it clear how displeased I am.

(2) Leave everything else up and pretend it didn't happen.

Neither appeals to me. GothBard wants to put out a tombstone with a curse written in large letters. I approve of that, but I'm going to miss my lil' lit reaper.

EDIT: Yes, it flies in the face of my whole, "Wanting to get rid of everything" facade, but holiday decorations should be loved until they wear out and break, not be stolen by some delinquent in the night...


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lisamarlene wrote:

I was so sick Monday all day at school that the principal told me she would find me a sub for today. Which is unusual. Typically your willingness to deal with the annoyance of making call after call and getting told "no" repeatedly until someone agrees to cover is a sign of how badly you really need the day off.

So I spent the day on the couch watching "Angel" on Facebook Watch and drinking tea laced with Nemiroff Honey Pepper (thanks, Ersatz Russian!) as well as actual honey.

And my mother-in-law made dinner for the kids and sent it home with WW after he spent the morning helping her out with random stuff at her house, since he has to work tonight.

please heal lisamarlene.


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NobodysHome wrote:

People are such dirt.

I put out the Halloween lights on Monday.

Someone already stole our lit reaper, leaving me with two choices:

(1) Take everything else down and have a "plain" Halloween to make it clear how displeased I am.

(2) Leave everything else up and pretend it didn't happen.

Neither appeals to me. GothBard wants to put out a tombstone with a curse written in large letters. I approve of that, but I'm going to miss my lil' lit reaper.

EDIT: Yes, it flies in the face of my whole, "Wanting to get rid of everything" facade, but holiday decorations should be loved until they wear out and break, not be stolen by some delinquent in the night...

this strikes me as less "people are dirt"(also dirt is useful) and more "dumbass teenagers are f%%%ing annoying". But thats just me.

Also, I like GothBards plan.


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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

People are such dirt.

I put out the Halloween lights on Monday.

Someone already stole our lit reaper, leaving me with two choices:

(1) Take everything else down and have a "plain" Halloween to make it clear how displeased I am.

(2) Leave everything else up and pretend it didn't happen.

Neither appeals to me. GothBard wants to put out a tombstone with a curse written in large letters. I approve of that, but I'm going to miss my lil' lit reaper.

EDIT: Yes, it flies in the face of my whole, "Wanting to get rid of everything" facade, but holiday decorations should be loved until they wear out and break, not be stolen by some delinquent in the night...

this strikes me as less "people are dirt"(also dirt is useful) and more "dumbass teenagers are f@$*ing annoying". But thats just me.

Also, I like GothBards plan.

I believe that lead sheet with curse scratched on it is the proper way to deal with the problem.


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About to clock out. Good night, everyone.


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*Is anyone home?


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Sharoth wrote:
*Is anyone home?

NobodysHome.


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Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Woran wrote:
I'm happy our biggest nature problem is being several feet below sea level.

The only natural issues we have are tornadoes, Autumn deer orgies and milkmaid molting season.

One of those isn't actually an issue.

waits patiently for start of milkmaid molting season

Huzzay for bald milkmaids.

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Ragadolf wrote:
Woran wrote:
I'm happy our biggest nature problem is being several feet below sea level.

Yeahhh,...

Being below sea level, and Katrina, is one reason I refused to move back to New Orleans afterwords. I live 2 hours to the side, near enough to visit the wife's family, far enough I dont have to worry about swimming home from work one day! ;P

We dutch take our water security very serious.


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Hey, IT folks. You might be able to learn something from this guy and his coworker.


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Woran wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Woran wrote:
I'm happy our biggest nature problem is being several feet below sea level.

Yeahhh,...

Being below sea level, and Katrina, is one reason I refused to move back to New Orleans afterwords. I live 2 hours to the side, near enough to visit the wife's family, far enough I dont have to worry about swimming home from work one day! ;P
We dutch take our water security very serious.

Frighteningly

seriously


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Wall Of Boxes - Crazy Japanese Gameshow


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Tacticslion wrote:
Woran wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Woran wrote:
I'm happy our biggest nature problem is being several feet below sea level.

Yeahhh,...

Being below sea level, and Katrina, is one reason I refused to move back to New Orleans afterwords. I live 2 hours to the side, near enough to visit the wife's family, far enough I dont have to worry about swimming home from work one day! ;P
We dutch take our water security very serious.

Frighteningly

seriously

~laughter~


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SomebodysHere wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
*Is anyone home?
NobodysHome.

If you are here then SomebodyIsHome.


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Limeylongears wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Woran wrote:
I'm happy our biggest nature problem is being several feet below sea level.

The only natural issues we have are tornadoes, Autumn deer orgies and milkmaid molting season.

One of those isn't actually an issue.

waits patiently for start of milkmaid molting season
Huzzay for bald milkmaids.

Don't say it. Don't say it. Don't say it. Don't say it. Don't say it. Don't say it. Don't say it. Don't say it.


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Sharoth wrote:
SomebodysHere wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
*Is anyone home?
NobodysHome.
If you are here then SomebodyIsHome.

I could be Here, but not Home.


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Sharoth wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Woran wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Woran wrote:
I'm happy our biggest nature problem is being several feet below sea level.

Yeahhh,...

Being below sea level, and Katrina, is one reason I refused to move back to New Orleans afterwords. I live 2 hours to the side, near enough to visit the wife's family, far enough I dont have to worry about swimming home from work one day! ;P
We dutch take our water security very serious.

Frighteningly

seriously

~laughter~

Wow,...

o_O

On the other hand, I wish that New Orleans would take it's water/flooding/below sea level problem (more?) seriously.
(OK, they TRY to, but the politics is insane, and the money keeps vanishing,...Really, it's like that portal in the links above are real, except in the Louisiana State Bank accounts) ;P

Scarab Sages

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Tacticslion wrote:
Woran wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Woran wrote:
I'm happy our biggest nature problem is being several feet below sea level.

Yeahhh,...

Being below sea level, and Katrina, is one reason I refused to move back to New Orleans afterwords. I live 2 hours to the side, near enough to visit the wife's family, far enough I dont have to worry about swimming home from work one day! ;P
We dutch take our water security very serious.

Frighteningly

seriously

I'm pretty sure it would be true if something like that ever happened.


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Ragadolf wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Woran wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Woran wrote:
I'm happy our biggest nature problem is being several feet below sea level.

Yeahhh,...

Being below sea level, and Katrina, is one reason I refused to move back to New Orleans afterwords. I live 2 hours to the side, near enough to visit the wife's family, far enough I dont have to worry about swimming home from work one day! ;P
We dutch take our water security very serious.

Frighteningly

seriously

~laughter~

Wow,...

o_O

On the other hand, I wish that New Orleans would take it's water/flooding/below sea level problem (more?) seriously.
(OK, they TRY to, but the politics is insane, and the money keeps vanishing,...Really, it's like that portal in the links above are real, except in the Louisiana State Bank accounts) ;P

My Dad would b$*&$ about the corruption in NO all the time. It is a shame that something can't be done about it.

Scarab Sages

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Sharoth wrote:
Wall Of Boxes - Crazy Japanese Gameshow

Ok, that was amazing!


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Fria Ligan gives more free things!

Today it is Postapocalyptic Mutant Year Zero!


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Insert work grar here.


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Making A Bronze Cannon Replica, Start To Finish. FarmCraft101


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How You Know Your House Is Old

It's cold enough in the house (59 this morning) that I decided to try to turn on the heat.

And the heater caught on fire.

I believe this is contraindicated, so I've called out a repair guy to look at it.

I loved the woman on the phone: "So, were you looking to get it repaired?"
"Oh, heck no! You're going to rip this thing out and replace it!"


NobodysHome wrote:

How You Know Your House Is Old

It's cold enough in the house (59 this morning) that I decided to try to turn on the heat.

And the heater caught on fire.

I believe this is contraindicated, so I've called out a repair guy to look at it.

I loved the woman on the phone: "So, were you looking to get it repaired?"
"Oh, heck no! You're going to rip this thing out and replace it!"

O.o


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NobodysHome wrote:

How You Know Your House Is Old

It's cold enough in the house (59 this morning) that I decided to try to turn on the heat.

And the heater caught on fire.

I believe this is contraindicated, so I've called out a repair guy to look at it.

I loved the woman on the phone: "So, were you looking to get it repaired?"
"Oh, heck no! You're going to rip this thing out and replace it!"

I mean...fires do generally involve heat.


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It just chose a different method of heating your house, that's all. It shouldn't be destroyed and replaced just for that. :D


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Well, let me put it this way: I'm only pretty sure that I'm older than it by a few years (less than 10), so it's done its job.

I got the quote, and the markup over buying it and doing it myself is amazingly steep (250%, or 3.5x retail price), but you have to figure there's a whole bunch of licensing and insurance going on, plus permits, inspection, etc., so it's "within the realm of reasonable".

And for those who are curious, the old model has a pilot light, hence a gas knob, and the knob's been a bit leaky for years. This year the spring and seal finally gave out and if you turn the knob past "pilot" it spews gas, which the pilot then ignites, leading to a fun burny knob you get to try to turn off before it melts open.

As I said, "Repair this 40+-year-old heater" just doesn't seem like the wise choice.

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