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Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Power back on, but not quick enough to save the groceries. Man you find some interesting sh!t when you clean out an icebox. I'm gonna crash, wake up at 130 am tomorrow.. Ciao

Glad you made it to the prarie in one piece Jeremy. Be prepared for culture shock. Just sayin! =D

*Blink*

I know we just went out for a quick supper and we saw 5 city buses on our walk and all of them were diesel electric hybrid city buses. What kinda hippie town did I move too?

We've got tons of those aroundabouts. One of them just clipped me, in fact. Where are you?

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Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Power back on, but not quick enough to save the groceries. Man you find some interesting sh!t when you clean out an icebox. I'm gonna crash, wake up at 130 am tomorrow.. Ciao

Glad you made it to the prarie in one piece Jeremy. Be prepared for culture shock. Just sayin! =D

*Blink*

I know we just went out for a quick supper and we saw 5 city buses on our walk and all of them were diesel electric hybrid city buses. What kinda hippie town did I move too?

Naked hipies for the TOTP

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Moff Rimmer wrote:

I put up a post in the Technology area, but some of you are a some experts in technolgy so I thought I'd ask here as well...

** spoiler omitted **

I suck at these, which is why I was waiting for someone else to answer.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Power back on, but not quick enough to save the groceries. Man you find some interesting sh!t when you clean out an icebox. I'm gonna crash, wake up at 130 am tomorrow.. Ciao

Glad you made it to the prarie in one piece Jeremy. Be prepared for culture shock. Just sayin! =D

*Blink*

I know we just went out for a quick supper and we saw 5 city buses on our walk and all of them were diesel electric hybrid city buses. What kinda hippie town did I move too?
We've got tons of those aroundabouts. One of them just clipped me, in fact. Where are you?

Saskatoon

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Freehold DM wrote:
Ungh. Got clipped on the way home by a bus that was hogging a lane and a half. I hit my brakes to slow down a bit otherwise I would have been impaled by a parked car's side view mirror. Made my save for half damage, but I banged up my shin good and lost the clip on my bag. Still, it could have been worse..

Glad to hear you survived your brush with Newtonian physics.


Crimson Jester wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Ungh. Got clipped on the way home by a bus that was hogging a lane and a half. I hit my brakes to slow down a bit otherwise I would have been impaled by a parked car's side view mirror. Made my save for half damage, but I banged up my shin good and lost the clip on my bag. Still, it could have been worse..
Glad to hear you survived your brush with Newtonian physics.

I'm 98% sure Whedon had something to do with this.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Ungh. Got clipped on the way home by a bus that was hogging a lane and a half. I hit my brakes to slow down a bit otherwise I would have been impaled by a parked car's side view mirror. Made my save for half damage, but I banged up my shin good and lost the clip on my bag. Still, it could have been worse..

Glad to hear it wasn't. Dude, you need my bruiser... it's Wheadon proofed!

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Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Power back on, but not quick enough to save the groceries. Man you find some interesting sh!t when you clean out an icebox. I'm gonna crash, wake up at 130 am tomorrow.. Ciao

Glad you made it to the prarie in one piece Jeremy. Be prepared for culture shock. Just sayin! =D

*Blink*

I know we just went out for a quick supper and we saw 5 city buses on our walk and all of them were diesel electric hybrid city buses. What kinda hippie town did I move too?
Naked hipies for the TOTP

Most of the hippies I've seen, I dont want see nekkid! 8O


Jeremy: I look forward to hearing updates on the new home.


Man, I'm pooped. Anybody still around? Moorluck?

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Very fracking cool

Liberty's Edge

Hello all.

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Mothman! How are you doing? Please regale us with your stories of winter. Since it is hot as sin here.


I'm ready to forgive Dave Gross now for having that chat thing on my first day back to school.


Heading out of a late night trip to Alternate Reality Comics to indulge myself. The fifth and final issue of Flashpoint is coming out as is the new Justice League number one by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee.

I feel a nerd-gasm coming...

Liberty's Edge

Doing pretty well, although quite busy at work.

Winter is quite pleasant right at the moment - it is the last day of winter here today, and the weather is decidedly Spring-like (much to the dismay of one of my colleagues here who suffers from hayfever). It is somewhere around 18 to 20 degrees Celsius and the sun is shining.

(EDIT: replying to CJ, who knew that after an hour two people would post in the couple of minutes it took me to work out the current temperature?)


I'll gave the Wednesday special pastries ready for everyone in the early morning.

Plus hot coffee.

Liberty's Edge

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
I'm ready to forgive Dave Gross now for having that chat thing on my first day back to school.

Oh, am I missing / have I missed a Paizo chat with the excellent Dave Gross?

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My son woke up about an hour and a half after he went to bed last night, complaining that his face hurt ... when he came downstairs we saw that the poor kid’s right eye and his lower lip were both horribly swollen. Seemed like an allergy of some type, but we couldn’t figure out to what, or why such a localised reaction. Gave him a dose of generic allergy medication and some children’s paracetamol and kept an eye on him for a while as he dozed on the couch. The swelling soon abated and he fell back asleep, so we put him back to bed, and by this morning there was no sign of any swelling or puffiness.

Still can’t figure out what caused it though.

Silver Crusade

We ate an old-timey LA diner. I've always wanted to. I had fried chicken with mashed potatoes and a buttermilk biscuit. I don't think I've had real fried chicken (non-fast food) in at least 15 years. It was tasty and fun, but I don't think my waistline could put up with that too often.


Freehold DM wrote:

Ungh. Got clipped on the way home by a bus that was hogging a lane and a half. I hit my brakes to slow down a bit otherwise I would have been impaled by a parked car's side view mirror. Made my save for half damage, but I banged up my shin good and lost the clip on my bag. Still, it could have been worse..

I'm 98% sure Whedon had something to do with this.

No, Whedon had an alibi as he was onset shooting Avengers today.

{whistles innocently, deletes Alton's "F*@$! I almost got him!" tweet}

Really really glad you are mostly unhurt. :)


Celestial Healer wrote:
We ate an old-timey LA diner. I've always wanted to. I had fried chicken with mashed potatoes and a buttermilk biscuit. I don't think I've had real fried chicken (non-fast food) in at least 15 years. It was tasty and fun, but I don't think my waistline could put up with that too often.

You need some authentic Southern fried chicken and waffles. Mmmmmmmmm...


Treppa wrote:
I hate days when I'm tired and cranky and weepy and stupid. I also hate when nobody can tell days like this from a normal one.

{{HUGS}}


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
You need some authentic Southern fried chicken and waffles. Mmmmmmmmm...

You know, I like southern fried chicken, and I like waffles, but I don't like chicken and waffles together.

Grand Lodge

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Freehold DM wrote:


I'm 98% sure Whedon had something to do with this.

What does the other 2% represent?


Crimson Jester wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Ungh. Got clipped on the way home by a bus that was hogging a lane and a half. I hit my brakes to slow down a bit otherwise I would have been impaled by a parked car's side view mirror. Made my save for half damage, but I banged up my shin good and lost the clip on my bag. Still, it could have been worse..
Glad to hear you survived your brush with Newtonian physics.

+1


*blink*

Off to work. Yug

*blink*


Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Off to work. Yug

*blink*

Be safe!

Silver Crusade

Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
We ate an old-timey LA diner. I've always wanted to. I had fried chicken with mashed potatoes and a buttermilk biscuit. I don't think I've had real fried chicken (non-fast food) in at least 15 years. It was tasty and fun, but I don't think my waistline could put up with that too often.
You need some authentic Southern fried chicken and waffles. Mmmmmmmmm...

Hmmm. Now I'm trying to remember if I had fried chicken when I was in Atlanta...

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Mothman wrote:

My son woke up about an hour and a half after he went to bed last night, complaining that his face hurt ... when he came downstairs we saw that the poor kid’s right eye and his lower lip were both horribly swollen. Seemed like an allergy of some type, but we couldn’t figure out to what, or why such a localised reaction. Gave him a dose of generic allergy medication and some children’s paracetamol and kept an eye on him for a while as he dozed on the couch. The swelling soon abated and he fell back asleep, so we put him back to bed, and by this morning there was no sign of any swelling or puffiness.

Still can’t figure out what caused it though.

Ah, that brings back memories. I had a few strange allergic reactions to things in my household as a kid. Once or twice my eyes swole up so badly it looked like I had a full epicanthic fold. I so wanted to keep it, but my mom wouldn't have it and took me to the doctor. Not too many years ago, I had an allergic reaction to some meat buns that swole up one of my ears to twice it's normal size. Ah, allergies...


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

Ungh. Got clipped on the way home by a bus that was hogging a lane and a half. I hit my brakes to slow down a bit otherwise I would have been impaled by a parked car's side view mirror. Made my save for half damage, but I banged up my shin good and lost the clip on my bag. Still, it could have been worse..

I'm 98% sure Whedon had something to do with this.

No, Whedon had an alibi as he was onset shooting Avengers today.

{whistles innocently, deletes Alton's "F@#$! I almost got him!" tweet}

Really really glad you are mostly unhurt. :)

I KNEW IT!!! Whedon, it'll take more than a several ton bus to take me out while I'm on my bike! I get to add my Wisdom bonus to all my saves while riding you hack!!!!!!


TriOmegaZero wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:


I'm 98% sure Whedon had something to do with this.
What does the other 2% represent?

Well, I could be wrong. Whedon can't be everywhere, there's a chance it was Alton Brown, Mark Zuckerberg or a just plain old everyday accident.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Mothman wrote:

My son woke up about an hour and a half after he went to bed last night, complaining that his face hurt ... when he came downstairs we saw that the poor kid’s right eye and his lower lip were both horribly swollen. Seemed like an allergy of some type, but we couldn’t figure out to what, or why such a localised reaction. Gave him a dose of generic allergy medication and some children’s paracetamol and kept an eye on him for a while as he dozed on the couch. The swelling soon abated and he fell back asleep, so we put him back to bed, and by this morning there was no sign of any swelling or puffiness.

Still can’t figure out what caused it though.

Ah, that brings back memories. I had a few strange allergic reactions to things in my household as a kid. Once or twice my eyes swole up so badly it looked like I had a full epicanthic fold. I so wanted to keep it, but my mom wouldn't have it and took me to the doctor. Not too many years ago, I had an allergic reaction to some meat buns that swole up one of my ears to twice it's normal size. Ah, allergies...

I had that happen once while working. Something hit my eye, and I ballooned. Hours later the swelling went down and I was fine.

Scarab Sages

Mrgh....

Scarab Sages

Hope all my fellow FAWTLies have a good day!


Freehold DM wrote:
Ungh. Got clipped on the way home by a bus that was hogging a lane and a half. I hit my brakes to slow down a bit otherwise I would have been impaled by a parked car's side view mirror. Made my save for half damage, but I banged up my shin good and lost the clip on my bag. Still, it could have been worse..

Ouch! Glad it wasn't worse.


Mothman wrote:

My son woke up about an hour and a half after he went to bed last night, complaining that his face hurt ... when he came downstairs we saw that the poor kid’s right eye and his lower lip were both horribly swollen. Seemed like an allergy of some type, but we couldn’t figure out to what, or why such a localised reaction. Gave him a dose of generic allergy medication and some children’s paracetamol and kept an eye on him for a while as he dozed on the couch. The swelling soon abated and he fell back asleep, so we put him back to bed, and by this morning there was no sign of any swelling or puffiness.

Still can’t figure out what caused it though.

Bug bite? My daughter swells up from mosquito bites.


Mothman wrote:

My son woke up about an hour and a half after he went to bed last night, complaining that his face hurt ... when he came downstairs we saw that the poor kid’s right eye and his lower lip were both horribly swollen. Seemed like an allergy of some type, but we couldn’t figure out to what, or why such a localised reaction. Gave him a dose of generic allergy medication and some children’s paracetamol and kept an eye on him for a while as he dozed on the couch. The swelling soon abated and he fell back asleep, so we put him back to bed, and by this morning there was no sign of any swelling or puffiness.

Still can’t figure out what caused it though.

I don't want to creep you out or anything, but given that it hurt, was in two separate locations, and happened shortly after he went to bed, you should give his room (especially the bed) a good search for spiders or other biting vermin. You can also examine the areas that were swollen for two tiny red spots that might mark a bite area. Just sayin' - it's better to err on the side of caution with these things.

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Emperor7 wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Ungh. Got clipped on the way home by a bus that was hogging a lane and a half. I hit my brakes to slow down a bit otherwise I would have been impaled by a parked car's side view mirror. Made my save for half damage, but I banged up my shin good and lost the clip on my bag. Still, it could have been worse..
Ouch! Glad it wasn't worse.

No kidding. I'm glad you're OK.


Tonight I attempt to introduce three new players to RPG/Pathfinder. All my players also get to meet Duke for the first time. He is my Sharpai/Chow mix that I adopted from a homeless animal shelter just 5 days ago. Seems like longer. Maybe it's the 5-6 am wakeup calls.


silverhair2008 wrote:
Tonight I attempt to introduce three new players to RPG/Pathfinder. All my players also get to meet Duke for the first time. He is my Sharpai/Chow mix that I adopted from a homeless animal shelter just 5 days ago. Seems like longer. Maybe it's the 5-6 am wakeup calls.

Cool! How old is Duke?

EDIT: I adopted a Chow/Malamute mix from the pound. He was one of the best dogs ever!


According to his paperwork he just turned 5.


silverhair2008 wrote:
According to his paperwork he just turned 5.

Did you pick his name, or did he already have it?

We rescued a 3 yr old Husky in November. Didn't take her long to respond to a new name. It seems like we've had her for years. Quite happy. She's lazy but prone to sporadic bouts of energy, like us. :)

Scarab Sages

Damn you people! Tormenting me with your dog ownership!

shakes fist


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Aberzombie wrote:

Damn you people! Tormenting me with your dog ownership!

shakes fist

But you have a little zombie to play with. Hmmm, maybe this'll help?

Scarab Sages

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Aberzombie wrote:

Damn you people! Tormenting me with your dog ownership!

shakes fist

My bad, didn't know!


@E7,

That was his name when I got him. I figured that with him being 5 I would just keep his name he is used to. I like that he lets me know when ever anyone is near my apartment. I don't normally get up til about 9 or 10 but with him I have a standing 6 am wake up call for "Walkies!"

Scarab Sages

Zombie Pizza Delivery Girl wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

Damn you people! Tormenting me with your dog ownership!

shakes fist

But you have a little zombie to play with. Hmmm, maybe this'll help?

Hmmmm......

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