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*blink*

Ugh. Forgot I gotta get my bike fixed too. Wore the cheap pedal right off poor Puck...

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Wolfthulhu wrote:
Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Just received This in the mail today. It looks so awesome all set up.

I've debated getting that for years. I've never played HeroClix though, so I can't justify spending the money... :-/

I do have this one though.

Sweet googly moogly!

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Wolfthulhu wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
** spoiler omitted **
Should have left it up. It's not like the other side hasn't done the same thing before, which I also found funny at the time. Some people take s%&$ too damn seriously.

It wasn't the pic, which I still find funny, even if that is the worst picture of Secretary Clinton ever; It was rather the bashing going on betwixt the people posting on it.

As if Beauty had anything to do with leadership skills, or Sanity in some cases, for that matter.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Wolfthulhu wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
** spoiler omitted **
Should have left it up. It's not like the other side hasn't done the same thing before, which I also found funny at the time. Some people take s@~$ too damn seriously.
Now I'm curious, but once you get into opposing sides and pttts arguments, it's probably best not to inquire.

Yeah when friends start nipping at each others heels, and the name calling comes out, it no longer matters who was right, or more right, it is best to forget.

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Aberzombie wrote:
Home again! Home again! Happy zombie is happy!!!!

Welcome back.


Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Ugh. Forgot I gotta get my bike fixed too. Wore the cheap pedal right off poor Puck...

Not so bad. Twenty bucks for a new ring- I wore the teeth off of the old one. They fixed my rear brakes for free too!!

You named your bike too?


Freehold DM wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Ugh. Forgot I gotta get my bike fixed too. Wore the cheap pedal right off poor Puck...

Not so bad. Twenty bucks for a new ring- I wore the teeth off of the old one. They fixed my rear brakes for free too!!

You named your bike too?

Yeah it's a Puch (some old eighties brand) so I called it Puck after the A Midsummer's Night Dream satyr boy


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Ugh. Forgot I gotta get my bike fixed too. Wore the cheap pedal right off poor Puck...

Not so bad. Twenty bucks for a new ring- I wore the teeth off of the old one. They fixed my rear brakes for free too!!

You named your bike too?

Yeah it's a Puch (some old eighties brand) so I called it Puck after the A Midsummer's Night Dream satyr boy

Puch Dakota?


Kajehase wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Ugh. Forgot I gotta get my bike fixed too. Wore the cheap pedal right off poor Puck...

Not so bad. Twenty bucks for a new ring- I wore the teeth off of the old one. They fixed my rear brakes for free too!!

You named your bike too?

Yeah it's a Puch (some old eighties brand) so I called it Puck after the A Midsummer's Night Dream satyr boy
Puch Dakota?

After quick Googling

No it's a mountain bicycle, not a moped. The brand is 'Park Avenue'

Scarab Sages

Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Home again! Home again! Happy zombie is happy!!!!

Did..did you bring home some Japan for me?

No. But don't feel bad. Two of the guys in my gaming group asked me to bring home good sake for them, but I couldn't because of the stupid rules about getting through security with liquids over a certain amount of ounces.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
And, for those of you who are friends on FB, you can check out my new facial hair if you so desire. Sorry Freehold......
quietly breaks into Aberzombie's house while he's sleeping, snips a lock of his facial hair as a keepsake, combs over semi-bald patch on his cheek, leaves a bottle of Haterade(tm) Baby Formula for Baby Zombie

That could have been a lot worse but luckily it didn't involve anyone being naked or a Fudgesicle...

Scarab Sages

Seriously, though...

Getting through security at Narita Aiport - about 5 minutes and I didn't even have to take off my shoes,

Getting through Chicago's O'Hare security - about 20 minutes, had to take the shoes off, the belt off, and completely empty every single pocket.

And, oh yeah, in Japan, they apologize for the wait.

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Callous Jack wrote:
That could have been a lot worse but luckily it didn't involve anyone being naked or a Fudgesicle...

Mmmmm.....Fudgesicle

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Aberzombie wrote:

Seriously, though...

Getting through security at Narita Aiport - about 5 minutes and I didn't even have to take off my shoes,

Getting through Chicago's O'Hare security - about 20 minutes, had to take the shoes off, the belt off, and completely empty every single pocket.

And, oh yeah, in Japan, they apologize for the wait.

Did THEY give you a Fudgesicle?

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Aberzombie wrote:

Seriously, though...

Getting through security at Narita Aiport - about 5 minutes and I didn't even have to take off my shoes,

Getting through Chicago's O'Hare security - about 20 minutes, had to take the shoes off, the belt off, and completely empty every single pocket.

And, oh yeah, in Japan, they apologize for the wait.

See even having a nice person saying sorry for the delay would make the entire situation a little less... asinine.


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Aberzombie wrote:

Seriously, though...

Getting through security at Narita Aiport - about 5 minutes and I didn't even have to take off my shoes,

Getting through Chicago's O'Hare security - about 20 minutes, had to take the shoes off, the belt off, and completely empty every single pocket.

And, oh yeah, in Japan, they apologize for the wait.

One was happy to get rid of you, and the other didn't want to let you in. Makes sense to me, Zombeh.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Jyu1ch1 wrote:
I'm shocked you guys aren't on to a new thread by now, I came back expecting this one to be closed. ;3
All hail the Post Monster General!

HAIL!

Throws chunks of frozen rain across the thread


Aberzombie wrote:

Seriously, though...

Getting through security at Narita Aiport - about 5 minutes and I didn't even have to take off my shoes,

Getting through Chicago's O'Hare security - about 20 minutes, had to take the shoes off, the belt off, and completely empty every single pocket.

And, oh yeah, in Japan, they apologize for the wait.

Yup, did the same thing at O'Hare this last summer. Shoes, pockets, laptop carry case. I had an hour before my flight so it wasn't so bad. Nice bars and shops though...

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BluePigeon wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

Seriously, though...

Getting through security at Narita Aiport - about 5 minutes and I didn't even have to take off my shoes,

Getting through Chicago's O'Hare security - about 20 minutes, had to take the shoes off, the belt off, and completely empty every single pocket.

And, oh yeah, in Japan, they apologize for the wait.

Yup, did the same thing at O'Hare this last summer. Shoes, pockets, laptop carry case. I had an hour before my flight so it wasn't so bad. Nice bars and shops though...

I call Shenanigans! There's nothing nice about O'Hare. I am still investigating my suspicions that it may be the 667th layer of the Abyss.

Grand Lodge

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Freehold DM wrote:

Going to get bike fixed...

Yes! Nekkid bike fixing for top!

Just don't get caught in the chain. Ow.


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Aberzombie wrote:

Seriously, though...

Getting through security at Narita Aiport - about 5 minutes and I didn't even have to take off my shoes,

Getting through Chicago's O'Hare security - about 20 minutes, had to take the shoes off, the belt off, and completely empty every single pocket.

And, oh yeah, in Japan, they apologize for the wait.

Getting through Prestwick security - about 1 minute (okay, closer to 15, but that's because counting the time it took to fix the x-ray machine).


Just back from morning constitution, and preparing for a day of Kingmaker with Jess, Wolfthulhu and company.

Liberty's Edge

Hello all.

Liberty's Edge

Good things: I'm posting this from my brand new iPad and watching a rerun of Buffy.

Bad thing: I think one or the other or both is bringing on a migraine.

Liberty's Edge

Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Morning.

Sad that I waited all week to get a chance to get on and check in with you folks and the first thing I do is get pissed off.

Later

*blink*

Hope it was nothing we said man ...

How's your weekend going?


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Mothman wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Morning.

Sad that I waited all week to get a chance to get on and check in with you folks and the first thing I do is get pissed off.

Later

*blink*

Hope it was nothing we said man ...

How's your weekend going?

Nah. Fortunately here there are no politics. I had moment when I read something real early in tha AM that I desperately wanted to argue, but I knew there was no point, and the ensuing disconnect pissed me off and soured my morning. I got over it thanks to the kind words of several others on another venue. I am now trying to live by Elvis Costello's words:

'Oh well I used to he disgusted,
But now I try to be amused.'


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Ugh. Forgot I gotta get my bike fixed too. Wore the cheap pedal right off poor Puck...

Not so bad. Twenty bucks for a new ring- I wore the teeth off of the old one. They fixed my rear brakes for free too!!

You named your bike too?

Yeah it's a Puch (some old eighties brand) so I called it Puck after the A Midsummer's Night Dream satyr boy

Coooool.


Crimson Jester wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

Seriously, though...

Getting through security at Narita Aiport - about 5 minutes and I didn't even have to take off my shoes,

Getting through Chicago's O'Hare security - about 20 minutes, had to take the shoes off, the belt off, and completely empty every single pocket.

And, oh yeah, in Japan, they apologize for the wait.

See even having a nice person saying sorry for the delay would make the entire situation a little less... asinine.

I can't wait to experience this.


Yes...YES!!! OTD IS MINE ONCE MORE!!!!!!!


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! puts on Superman-esque crown


ALL HAIL KING FREEHOLD!!!!


I kinda like the sound of that...

Shadow Lodge

Herp.


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TOZ wrote:
Herp.

Silence, peasant!


WELL WHO **** ON YOUR HEAD AND CALLED IT A CROWN, ****SUCKER?

RPG Superstar 2012

Someone here reads Questionable Content. :)


Yelling Bird wrote:
WELL WHO **** ON YOUR HEAD AND CALLED IT A CROWN, ****SUCKER?

Is that what this is? I mean, SILENCE talking bird, before I decide to have chicken for dinner!!!


Patrick Curtin wrote:

I am now trying to live by Elvis Costello's words:

'Oh well I used to he disgusted,
But now I try to be amused.'

I said, "I'm so happy, I could die"

She said "Drop dead" and left with another guy

I am pleasantly surprised to see you quoting Mr. MacManus, CC. His first three albums are amongst my all-time faves! I thought you only did the metal (and ZZ Top, of course).


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

I am now trying to live by Elvis Costello's words:

'Oh well I used to he disgusted,
But now I try to be amused.'

I said, "I'm so happy, I could die"

She said "Drop dead" and left with another guy

I am pleasantly surprised to see you quoting Mr. MacManus, CC. His first three albums are amongst my all-time faves! I thought you only did the metal (and ZZ Top, of course).

Oh no, my dear Communerd! My tastes in music are quite catholic (as in universal, not churchy =D). My iBorg has everything from Mozart to Metallica on it. About the only music I find unlistenable is country and rap, and I even make exceptions in those categories (Charlie Daniels, Eminem, old Snoop, Ice T, NWA, Johnny Cash, etc.)


Give me some Public Enemy, monkey man!!!!


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Freehold DM wrote:
Give me some Public Enemy, monkey man!!!!

Ask and ye shall receive!

One of the best early metal/rap mashups in my opinion.


My favorite PE track.

Professor Griff knows:

Yo, I ain't milquetoast!


Patrick Curtin wrote:
my dear Communerd!

Hee hee!


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HIT ME!

One of my favorite videos by them. It really lit a fire under the ass of local 911 groups and FDNY EMS, although they originally stated that they had no bias in responding to black neighborhoods. To me, this is what rap is all about. Or was, at least- the rise of gangsta rap in the mid-late 90s did occur after all.


Celestial Healer wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

Seriously, though...

Getting through security at Narita Aiport - about 5 minutes and I didn't even have to take off my shoes,

Getting through Chicago's O'Hare security - about 20 minutes, had to take the shoes off, the belt off, and completely empty every single pocket.

And, oh yeah, in Japan, they apologize for the wait.

Yup, did the same thing at O'Hare this last summer. Shoes, pockets, laptop carry case. I had an hour before my flight so it wasn't so bad. Nice bars and shops though...
I call Shenanigans! There's nothing nice about O'Hare. I am still investigating my suspicions that it may be the 667th layer of the Abyss.

Just saying....

I think I'll leave you with your delusions of abyssal angst and your therapist, Dr. Fraz-Urb'Luu, for the morning. :P


huzzah!!!

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Give me some Public Enemy, monkey man!!!!

Ask and ye shall receive!

One of the best early metal/rap mashups in my opinion.

It has been years since I watched that vid.


sucka to tha side,
i no ya hate,
my 98....

Scarab Sages

Fo'shizzle on the yizzle!


Grizzle the dizzle an' lizzle the sizzle!

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