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Yep. Just looked over his complete bibliography.

I've never read a Terry Pratchett book.

EDIT: Apparently, I've also forgotten my pants.


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captain yesterday wrote:
It's like going to Walmart for your milk rather than going out in the backyard and milking the cow yourself.

Is rather go to Walmart than feed and shovel as much as I would with the cow. Not to mention the milking itself! And the fencing! And everything! I got stuff to do! Like being a lousy GM!


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NobodysHome wrote:

EDIT: Apparently, I've also forgotten my pants.

But they’re fish pants! How could you forget those?!

EDIT: I have no idea why my phone auto correct is fighting me so hard on this one word.


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Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
It's like going to Walmart for your milk rather than going out in the backyard and milking the cow yourself.
Is rather go to Walmart than feed and shovel as much as I would with the cow. Not to mention the milking itself! And the fencing! And everything! I got stuff to do! Like being a lousy GM!

Yeah, you're talking to the guy that put in the fence posts, cleaned the cow stalls, fed and watered the cows in the morning, and occasionally helped with the milking (my mom mostly did the milking as our cow was temperamental, but I'd occasionally have to fill in).

So, all of that sounds better than going to Walmart.


And that’s why people like different things - they’re different!

I sure am glad people like doing that better than I!


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Scintillae wrote:

eyes the Atlantic

Cap, I think there's a problem with my Wacky Races go-kart.

Try this.


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lisamarlene wrote:
Our local library finally got the English translation of the Witcher novels. I'm really enjoying the first one, but so far, my favorite chapter is one that wasn't included in the tv show. I'm hoping it's in season 2.

Novel-novels, or the short stories books?


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Drejk wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Our local library finally got the English translation of the Witcher novels. I'm really enjoying the first one, but so far, my favorite chapter is one that wasn't included in the tv show. I'm hoping it's in season 2.
Novel-novels, or the short stories books?

It is laid out in chapters so I'm assuming it's an actual novel. I'm starting with the Last Wish which according to the email I got from the publisher is where I'm supposed to start.


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Limeylongears wrote:
I shall travel to Poland in a Mark III Webley-Vickers half-track armoured sausage-snatcher, with the original two-pounder gun in the chassis replaced with a specialist device for siphoning Baltic porter into the storage tanks on the back.

*calls heavy artillery bombardment*

Wait, it isn't German!

*cancels the bombardment call*

British armor?

<.<
>.>

Only 81 years late, but it's the thought that counts.


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Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

I don't want Kingmaker, I just want to see a cross country race to Poland.

It seems like the sort of thing that rewards creativity.

Also, I miss Hanna-Barbarra cartoons.

One key problem with a race across Poland: pastry. Anyone who attempts will have to roll a Will save every 5 rounds to avoid stopping for baked goods.
Pah! Freehold's sophisticated palate can easily turn down your polish pastr-

Disqualified!

Dataphiles

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NobodysHome wrote:

Yep. Just looked over his complete bibliography.

I've never read a Terry Pratchett book.

EDIT: Apparently, I've also forgotten my pants.

I do highly recommend picking one or two up and seeing if they strike your fancy. Grab a book from the beginning of one of the various in-world series, if you like it just follow the chain. If you get to the end and want more, pick another series and repeat.

I personally recommend beginning with the Watch series (first book: Guards! Guards!) or Witches series (first book: Equal Rites), but if another series looks appealing they can all be a launch point.

Here's a chart for easy reference!


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Tacticslion wrote:
I'll do without the sausages - leave those to Freehold.

Disqualified!


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NobodysHome wrote:

British Pasties ≠ U.S. Pasties

BIG difference. Very much like "rubbers".

Speaking of protection, I have no idea whether people consider this "political", but the coronavirus is finally starting to have a significant impact on us: The annual Game Developer's Conference (GDC) that GothBard goes to is all but canceled (only 34% of planned attendees now plan on showing up), and it looks like the school's entire SoCal trip at the start of April may end up getting canceled.

Next Wednesday session was actually saved by Coronavirus. One of the players was supposed to go to Trade Show in Berlin, but they were cancelled.

Also, neighboring voivodeship is having a e-sports gaming tournament or fair, but it was effectively canceled, when the Voivode rescinded their permit to accept viewers at the last moment. A lot of participants canceled their arrival before that (e-sports = a lot of Asian players)

Quote:

Honestly, at first I was rather dismissive of the virus as having a similar fatality rate but lower transmission rate than the flu. Both of those have proven untrue, so it's actually something to pay attention to, so I appreciate the concerns and caution.

Just seriously disrupts several of our annual "things".

Well, multiple people did not come to my birthday party today because of various illnesses, a few came bringing their own illnesses, and we discussed the matter. Or more like joked about dying horribly in an epidemics, taking precautions, and so on and on.


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Back from birthday party. A lot of sick/tending to sick babies/sick again/something people not present.

Not surprising: I got Pathfinder 2nd edition core rulebook (which I was quite sure I'll get after being asked about it by a friend last week, he might or might not think he was sneaky).

Surprising: It's that fancy hardcover special edition... I haven't expected that.

I did not get the dice I suggested. I was probably too late with the suggestion. Ah, well, maybe I can get it at later time... Assuming there will be possibility to get them at all, as FFG is probably folding RPG branch...


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lisamarlene wrote:
Drejk wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Our local library finally got the English translation of the Witcher novels. I'm really enjoying the first one, but so far, my favorite chapter is one that wasn't included in the tv show. I'm hoping it's in season 2.
Novel-novels, or the short stories books?
It is laid out in chapters so I'm assuming it's an actual novel. I'm starting with the Last Wish which according to the email I got from the publisher is where I'm supposed to start.

Last wish was one of the short stories (and it might have been the title of the book that collected some of them), but the chapter sound like novel...

Oh, wait. I think that one book is composed of chapters of one short story interspersed with the rest of composite stories, forming a somewhat coherent whole.

Does it start with Geralt being seriously injured and recuperating in a temple? If so, it's the second short stories collection.


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Also, a friend declared interest in playing Pathfinder, and promised to assemble the party for it. I might get back to GMing Pathfinder...


Drejk wrote:
Also, a friend declared interest in playing Pathfinder, and promised to assemble the party for it. I might get back to GMing Pathfinder...

Hey! No fair unleashing your hordes of awesome on your friends!


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Drejk wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Drejk wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Our local library finally got the English translation of the Witcher novels. I'm really enjoying the first one, but so far, my favorite chapter is one that wasn't included in the tv show. I'm hoping it's in season 2.
Novel-novels, or the short stories books?
It is laid out in chapters so I'm assuming it's an actual novel. I'm starting with the Last Wish which according to the email I got from the publisher is where I'm supposed to start.

Last wish was one of the short stories (and it might have been the title of the book that collected some of them), but the chapter sound like novel...

Oh, wait. I think that one book is composed of chapters of one short story interspersed with the rest of composite stories, forming a somewhat coherent whole.

Does it start with Geralt being seriously injured and recuperating in a temple? If so, it's the second short stories collection.

Original title Ostatnie Zyczenie

My favorite part so far is the twist on Beauty and the Beast.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Also, a friend declared interest in playing Pathfinder, and promised to assemble the party for it. I might get back to GMing Pathfinder...
Hey! No fair unleashing your hordes of awesome on your friends!

I don't have countless monster hordes for 2nd edition.

...

Yet.

*sigh*

Monster creation rules/guidelines are in Game Master Guide :/


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lisamarlene wrote:
Drejk wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Drejk wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Our local library finally got the English translation of the Witcher novels. I'm really enjoying the first one, but so far, my favorite chapter is one that wasn't included in the tv show. I'm hoping it's in season 2.
Novel-novels, or the short stories books?
It is laid out in chapters so I'm assuming it's an actual novel. I'm starting with the Last Wish which according to the email I got from the publisher is where I'm supposed to start.

Last wish was one of the short stories (and it might have been the title of the book that collected some of them), but the chapter sound like novel...

Oh, wait. I think that one book is composed of chapters of one short story interspersed with the rest of composite stories, forming a somewhat coherent whole.

Does it start with Geralt being seriously injured and recuperating in a temple? If so, it's the second short stories collection.

Original title Ostatnie Zyczenie

My favorite part so far is the twist on Beauty and the Beast.

Sword Of The Witcher is based on another short story within.


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lisamarlene wrote:
Drejk wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Drejk wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Our local library finally got the English translation of the Witcher novels. I'm really enjoying the first one, but so far, my favorite chapter is one that wasn't included in the tv show. I'm hoping it's in season 2.
Novel-novels, or the short stories books?
It is laid out in chapters so I'm assuming it's an actual novel. I'm starting with the Last Wish which according to the email I got from the publisher is where I'm supposed to start.

Last wish was one of the short stories (and it might have been the title of the book that collected some of them), but the chapter sound like novel...

Oh, wait. I think that one book is composed of chapters of one short story interspersed with the rest of composite stories, forming a somewhat coherent whole.

Does it start with Geralt being seriously injured and recuperating in a temple? If so, it's the second short stories collection.

Original title Ostatnie Zyczenie

My favorite part so far is the twist on Beauty and the Beast.

Yeah, the very final line...


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Anyone has a spare $6 million lying around?


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Drejk wrote:

Anyone has a spare $6 million lying around?

I pointed Shiro to it, but it's not his style...


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World's hottest pepper: Carolina Reaper


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Drejk wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
I shall travel to Poland in a Mark III Webley-Vickers half-track armoured sausage-snatcher, with the original two-pounder gun in the chassis replaced with a specialist device for siphoning Baltic porter into the storage tanks on the back.

*calls heavy artillery bombardment*

Wait, it isn't German!

*cancels the bombardment call*

British armor?

<.<
>.>

Only 81 years late, but it's the thought that counts.

We tried!

And failed.

Then failed again.

Then won, by accident.


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Darth Maul: Behind the scenes


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Limeylongears wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
I shall travel to Poland in a Mark III Webley-Vickers half-track armoured sausage-snatcher, with the original two-pounder gun in the chassis replaced with a specialist device for siphoning Baltic porter into the storage tanks on the back.

*calls heavy artillery bombardment*

Wait, it isn't German!

*cancels the bombardment call*

British armor?

<.<
>.>

Only 81 years late, but it's the thought that counts.

We tried!

And failed.

Then failed again.

Then won, by accident.

Oh. See, I would have just assumed that old British half-track actually started off from France 81 years ago and has been running at top speed the entire time, except for when they've had to stop to replace the wood frame.


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Wooow, Columbus...


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Drejk wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Also, a friend declared interest in playing Pathfinder, and promised to assemble the party for it. I might get back to GMing Pathfinder...
Hey! No fair unleashing your hordes of awesome on your friends!

I don't have countless monster hordes for 2nd edition.

...

Yet.

*sigh*

Monster creation rules/guidelines are in Game Master Guide :/

They are also free, they released them as a free web supplement in December.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Also, a friend declared interest in playing Pathfinder, and promised to assemble the party for it. I might get back to GMing Pathfinder...
Hey! No fair unleashing your hordes of awesome on your friends!

I don't have countless monster hordes for 2nd edition.

...

Yet.

*sigh*

Monster creation rules/guidelines are in Game Master Guide :/

They are also free, they released them as a free web supplement in December.

Where? Downloads section only has 1st edition materials/erratas for me...

Dataphiles

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Lamiabrarian wrote:
Here's a chart for easy reference!

And here's one that's actually big enough to read.

Sorry about that! This is probably why I shouldn't try to link things from mobile.


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Ugh. I found it... After... 47 minutes of searching?

Who the hell ever goes to the main page and then the Pathfinder introductory page?!


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About to go home. Have a good weekend, everyone.


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Terry Pratchett is awesome. My top 3 authors are sir Pratchett, Neil Gaiman and Brandon Sanderson in no particular order.

Random fact about Pratchett he actually tracked down a meteorite and used the metal to forge a sword.


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I do like Terry Pratchett. And I can't even tell you why.
His writing is just that good.

THE BAD- He is SO prolific, that in order to read everything in the Discworld series, you must either spend a LOT of $$$, or else have a good library system nearby. :)
(OK, so thats not really a BAD, but I felt I needed to do a +/- thing here) ;P

THE GOOD- he is entertaining, enjoyable, has his world fully fleshed out, (if only in his mind I think sometimes) and while he is so prolific that first thinking about tackling the entire series is daunting, once you realize that it is really just a lot of 3-4 book series all written in the same world, it isn't so bad. :)

I have only read a few books, and I really need to go and find (make) time to read more of them.


Drejk wrote:

Ugh. I found it... After... 47 minutes of searching?

Who the hell ever goes to the main page and then the Pathfinder introductory page?!

I was going to suggest maybe the archives of Nethys, but I failed to do so because my phone wasn’t letting me at the time and the I forgot.

Do you mind putting down a link for those like me who are interested but not so interested that want to search somewhere?

Scarab Sages

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John Napier 698 wrote:
About to go home. Have a good weekend, everyone.

Thank you John. You too.


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Ragadolf wrote:

I do like Terry Pratchett. And I can't even tell you why.

His writing is just that good.

THE BAD- He is SO prolific, that in order to read everything in the Discworld series, you must either spend a LOT of $$$, or else have a good library system nearby. :)
(OK, so thats not really a BAD, but I felt I needed to do a +/- thing here) ;P

THE GOOD- he is entertaining, enjoyable, has his world fully fleshed out, (if only in his mind I think sometimes) and while he is so prolific that first thinking about tackling the entire series is daunting, once you realize that it is really just a lot of 3-4 book series all written in the same world, it isn't so bad. :)

I have only read a few books, and I really need to go and find (make) time to read more of them.

I consider myself really lucky... when I first started reading him, I was able to get a lot of his early stuff (including a number of early UK editions) at this one fantastic used book barn in my weird little suburb in the Bay (Roskie & Wallace, later Grey Wolf, of San Leandro). That bookshop has long since closed, which is tragic. I don't know WHO was buying them and then dumping them after reading, but I am forever grateful. So I actually have *almost* the entire canon, except for the two books about cats (Unadulterated and Maurice) and the Long Earth series he cowrote at the end. Because he came to the Bay Area SO DAMNED OFTEN for signings before he got sick, well, many of them are scribbled in.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Drejk wrote:

Ugh. I found it... After... 47 minutes of searching?

Who the hell ever goes to the main page and then the Pathfinder introductory page?!

I was going to suggest maybe the archives of Nethys, but I failed to do so because my phone wasn’t letting me at the time and the I forgot.

Do you mind putting down a link for those like me who are interested but not so interested that want to search somewhere?

Monster And Hazard Creation


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Drejk wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Drejk wrote:

Ugh. I found it... After... 47 minutes of searching?

Who the hell ever goes to the main page and then the Pathfinder introductory page?!

I was going to suggest maybe the archives of Nethys, but I failed to do so because my phone wasn’t letting me at the time and the I forgot.

Do you mind putting down a link for those like me who are interested but not so interested that want to search somewhere?

Monster And Hazard Creation

Thank you!


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"We could dress you up as an emotional support animal! Then you can go in ALL the stores, and pee on EVERYTHING" - Crookshanks, talking to our dog.


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Tiny T-Rex, all week: I need a haircut this weekend! You have to schedule an appointment!!

The General, today: I'm about to schedule a haircut appointment do you still want to get a haircut this weekend?

Tiny T-Rex: No, next weekend.

Scarab Sages

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lisamarlene wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:

I do like Terry Pratchett. And I can't even tell you why.

His writing is just that good.

THE BAD- He is SO prolific, that in order to read everything in the Discworld series, you must either spend a LOT of $$$, or else have a good library system nearby. :)
(OK, so thats not really a BAD, but I felt I needed to do a +/- thing here) ;P

THE GOOD- he is entertaining, enjoyable, has his world fully fleshed out, (if only in his mind I think sometimes) and while he is so prolific that first thinking about tackling the entire series is daunting, once you realize that it is really just a lot of 3-4 book series all written in the same world, it isn't so bad. :)

I have only read a few books, and I really need to go and find (make) time to read more of them.

I consider myself really lucky... when I first started reading him, I was able to get a lot of his early stuff (including a number of early UK editions) at this one fantastic used book barn in my weird little suburb in the Bay (Roskie & Wallace, later Grey Wolf, of San Leandro). That bookshop has long since closed, which is tragic. I don't know WHO was buying them and then dumping them after reading, but I am forever grateful. So I actually have *almost* the entire canon, except for the two books about cats (Unadulterated and Maurice) and the Long Earth series he cowrote at the end. Because he came to the Bay Area SO DAMNED OFTEN for signings before he got sick, well, many of them are scribbled in.

<3


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captain yesterday wrote:

Tiny T-Rex, all week: I need a haircut this weekend! You have to schedule an appointment!!

The General, today: I'm about to schedule a haircut appointment do you still want to get a haircut this weekend?

Tiny T-Rex: No, next weekend.

I know that pain. I'm afraid it doesn't get better, even at 18...


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It is always enlightening to discuss the stock market with a teenager.

Impus Major points out that it's a completely artificial construct, stockbrokers and investors are nothing but leeches on society, and the world would be a better place if the stock market didn't exist.

I could not disagree with him... except...

I had to point out that because all the major governments and corporations agree that it exists, they put most of their liquid assets into it, so if the stock market were to vanish tomorrow, most companies could not afford to pay their workers, purchase additional inventory, etc., and so the "real" economy would come crashing down and send us into a depression the likes of which we'd never seen.

"That's stupid! Who made it so that people with money could just get richer for doing nothing?"

Hmm...

And speaking of which, I had to call OUR broker yesterday to finish up the whole Roth IRA fiasco with Impus Major and it took 20 minutes to get through because everyone's panicking. Once we'd cleared up Impus Major's stuff, he asked, "So, I notice you have an account with us. Is there anything you wanted to do?"
"Nope. I'm only 52. Yeah, I've lost about 10% of my retirement fund this week, but it'll come back. I'm not worried."

He was appalled at my cavalier attitude. But take a look at 1929 vs. 1942. 13 years is an eternity for the stock market to recover...


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NobodysHome wrote:

It is always enlightening to discuss the stock market with a teenager.

Impus Major points out that it's a completely artificial construct, stockbrokers and investors are nothing but leeches on society, and the world would be a better place if the stock market didn't exist.

I could not disagree with him... except...

I had to point out that because all the major governments and corporations agree that it exists, they put most of their liquid assets into it, so if the stock market were to vanish tomorrow, most companies could not afford to pay their workers, purchase additional inventory, etc., and so the "real" economy would come crashing down and send us into a depression the likes of which we'd never seen.

"That's stupid! Who made it so that people with money could just get richer for doing nothing?"

Hmm...

And speaking of which, I had to call OUR broker yesterday to finish up the whole Roth IRA fiasco with Impus Major and it took 20 minutes to get through because everyone's panicking. Once we'd cleared up Impus Major's stuff, he asked, "So, I notice you have an account with us. Is there anything you wanted to do?"
"Nope. I'm only 52. Yeah, I've lost about 10% of my retirement fund this week, but it'll come back. I'm not worried."

He was appalled at my cavalier attitude. But take a look at 1929 vs. 1942. 13 years is an eternity for the stock market to recover...

Both of you have a point. The long term stock operations are mostly fine - they are the way of investing money into the companies without resorting to taking credits.

Short-term stock speculation when the money transferred is not productive in any way, on the other hand, is a blight on the face of the market and a significant veiled harm to economy...


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Drejk wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

It is always enlightening to discuss the stock market with a teenager.

Impus Major points out that it's a completely artificial construct, stockbrokers and investors are nothing but leeches on society, and the world would be a better place if the stock market didn't exist.

I could not disagree with him... except...

I had to point out that because all the major governments and corporations agree that it exists, they put most of their liquid assets into it, so if the stock market were to vanish tomorrow, most companies could not afford to pay their workers, purchase additional inventory, etc., and so the "real" economy would come crashing down and send us into a depression the likes of which we'd never seen.

"That's stupid! Who made it so that people with money could just get richer for doing nothing?"

Hmm...

And speaking of which, I had to call OUR broker yesterday to finish up the whole Roth IRA fiasco with Impus Major and it took 20 minutes to get through because everyone's panicking. Once we'd cleared up Impus Major's stuff, he asked, "So, I notice you have an account with us. Is there anything you wanted to do?"
"Nope. I'm only 52. Yeah, I've lost about 10% of my retirement fund this week, but it'll come back. I'm not worried."

He was appalled at my cavalier attitude. But take a look at 1929 vs. 1942. 13 years is an eternity for the stock market to recover...

Both of you have a point. The long term stock operations are mostly fine - they are the way of investing money into the companies without resorting to taking credits.

Short-term stock speculation when the money transferred is not productive in any way, on the other hand, is a blight on the face of the market and a significant veiled harm to economy...

Well, playing Devil's Advocate, my mother-in-law was widowed unexpectedly at 63 and Social Security doesn't even begin to touch her bills living alone in the Bay Area. So she's entirely reliant on a managed fund, and the 10% loss for her quite literally means she needs to find a way to do without about a week's worth of groceries this month. Fortunately, she's maintained social connections instead of isolating herself and she's not excessively proud, so she just asked, "Could some of you take me out to eat this month? I'd love to see you and spend some time with you, and it would really help with the grocery bills."

So she's being hit fairly hard, but her "solution" is to socialize with her friends more. And fortunately, we're all willing to chip in and *gasp* treat her to a dinner or two...

Scarab Sages

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I coughed up a literal slime bubble. I put it on a paper napkin to dry. Its a shame you all live so far away because I'm pretty sure Tiny T-Rex and Croockshanks would be proud of me.


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Vanykrye wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
I shall travel to Poland in a Mark III Webley-Vickers half-track armoured sausage-snatcher, with the original two-pounder gun in the chassis replaced with a specialist device for siphoning Baltic porter into the storage tanks on the back.

*calls heavy artillery bombardment*

Wait, it isn't German!

*cancels the bombardment call*

British armor?

<.<
>.>

Only 81 years late, but it's the thought that counts.

We tried!

And failed.

Then failed again.

Then won, by accident.

Oh. See, I would have just assumed that old British half-track actually started off from France 81 years ago and has been running at top speed the entire time, except for when they've had to stop to replace the wood frame.

Nah, we carved it out of flint.


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captain yesterday wrote:
"We could dress you up as an emotional support animal! Then you can go in ALL the stores, and pee on EVERYTHING" - Crookshanks, talking to our dog.

#lifegoals.

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