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TOZ wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:


of course I would just get a bunch of "who are you again?"'s

So it would be a regular day then? :)

Yes.


With tha kind of useless help, you are one lucky Jester.

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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
With tha kind of useless help, you are one lucky Jester.

Don't I wish. If not for bad luck, I wouldn't have any.

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Helps when I have a moment to look.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber

Hokay, I'm ready to go home now.

zzzZZZZZzzzz...

The Exchange

I wish it was that slow here. Oh well.

Maybe I will get lucky and Wednesday will be slow. Ah to dream.


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Crimson Jester wrote:

I wish it was that slow here. Oh well.

Maybe I will get lucky and Wednesday will be slow. Ah to dream.

Huh?!?!?! What?!?!?!?! I'm awake!!


Jess Door wrote:

Hokay, I'm ready to go home now.

zzzZZZZZzzzz...

draws on a sleeping Jess Door's face in immature prank Japanese-style


IT'S ALIVE! IT'S ALIVE!


Aaarrr...


And it's sexxxi!


Hai!

Liberty's Edge

Bah! Home sick and don't have enough energy to read 169 posts. Let me know if I missed anything important.

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Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
Bah! Home sick and don't have enough energy to read 169 posts. Let me know if I missed anything important.

HD is back! :)


houstonderek wrote:
So, this is the new place (for now). Nice! :)

Welcome the hell back Mister VP. Glad to have you around again.


Does anybody my age remember a science guy who used to have a show on TV where he did experiments and explained them to kids? I'm pretty sure he was on PBS. When I was little, I think I thought he had a German accent, but probably I just couldn't recognize a NY at the time. He had crazy hair.

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Does anybody my age remember a science guy who used to have a show on TV where he did experiments and explained them to kids? I'm pretty sure he was on PBS. When I was little, I think I thought he had a German accent, but probably I just couldn't recognize a NY at the time. He had crazy hair.

Bill Nye?

Dark Archive Bella Sara Charter Superscriber

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Great. I'm gone for a week and Moorluck, HD, and (presumably) Solnes have emerged from the super-secret floating skull base deep in the Lousiana bayou to reap havoc and despair.

Good to have you back.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber
Crimson Jester wrote:

I wish it was that slow here. Oh well.

Maybe I will get lucky and Wednesday will be slow. Ah to dream.

No no no, I'm just that tired.


TriOmegaZero wrote:

The wife has finally had enough of the problems that keep cropping up in our military housing. Between the dishwasher backing up periodically, the hot water heater going out, mold in the air ducts, and swamp by the front door, we're looking to move offpost.

While dealing with gate traffic will be 'fun', at least I won't have to put up with the numerous post rules. And will have a driveway again!

Dude you'll be cleaning up on BAH off base anyways, won't have to worry about people glaring at your yard because the grass in 1/8th of an inch too high, etc...


taig wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Does anybody my age remember a science guy who used to have a show on TV where he did experiments and explained them to kids? I'm pretty sure he was on PBS. When I was little, I think I thought he had a German accent, but probably I just couldn't recognize a NY at the time. He had crazy hair.

Bill Nye?

Could be, or maybe that other show with the guy in the rat suit, lester.


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Nathan's back!

Silver Crusade

Sebastian wrote:

Great. I'm gone for a week and Moorluck, HD, and (presumably) Solnes have emerged from the super-secret floating skull base deep in the Lousiana bayou to reap havoc and despair.

Good to have you back.

The blessing of St Sebastian be upon you all.


evenin'

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Sebastian wrote:
Great. I'm gone for a week and Moorluck, HD, and (presumably) Solnes have emerged from the super-secret floating skull base deep in the Lousiana bayou to reap havoc and despair.

It was more impactful that way.

RPG Superstar 2012

So, the "Recent Threads in X" after you post in a thread in X is interesting...

Oooooh, and it hides the threads you've hidden too.

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Nathan and thing... We have a full house folks!!!

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Now BT and Sharoth need to post!!!!!!!!


taig wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Does anybody my age remember a science guy who used to have a show on TV where he did experiments and explained them to kids? I'm pretty sure he was on PBS. When I was little, I think I thought he had a German accent, but probably I just couldn't recognize a NY at the time. He had crazy hair.

Bill Nye?

This is how the flirtation with DEATH begins...


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Cleric of St. Sebastian wrote:
Sebastian wrote:

Great. I'm gone for a week and Moorluck, HD, and (presumably) Solnes have emerged from the super-secret floating skull base deep in the Lousiana bayou to reap havoc and despair.

Good to have you back.

The blessing of St Sebastian be upon you all.

Thanks be to God: I was vaccinated.

Dark Archive Bella Sara Charter Superscriber

Cleric of St. Sebastian wrote:


The blessing of St Sebastian be upon you all.

Damnit. How many toddlers do I need to mug to bring my alignment back into perfect chaotic evil?

Maybe I should stop being so kind and friendly all the time...seems to give people the wrong idea...

RPG Superstar 2012

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
taig wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Does anybody my age remember a science guy who used to have a show on TV where he did experiments and explained them to kids? I'm pretty sure he was on PBS. When I was little, I think I thought he had a German accent, but probably I just couldn't recognize a NY at the time. He had crazy hair.

Bill Nye?

This is how the flirtation with DEATH begins...

Worse than Joss Whedon?


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
taig wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Does anybody my age remember a science guy who used to have a show on TV where he did experiments and explained them to kids? I'm pretty sure he was on PBS. When I was little, I think I thought he had a German accent, but probably I just couldn't recognize a NY at the time. He had crazy hair.

Bill Nye?

This is how the flirtation with DEATH begins...

Mr. Wizard?

Captain von Kangaroo?


Treppa wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
taig wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Does anybody my age remember a science guy who used to have a show on TV where he did experiments and explained them to kids? I'm pretty sure he was on PBS. When I was little, I think I thought he had a German accent, but probably I just couldn't recognize a NY at the time. He had crazy hair.

Bill Nye?

This is how the flirtation with DEATH begins...

Mr. Wizard?

Captain von Kangaroo?

Nope, nope. This would have been early 70s, and he only did science. No puppets, no anything else.


wow more than 40 new posts in the few hours since I went offline

Hi to all the backcomers (so most of you where here before I was)

VOLBEAt was great


Well, g'nite


The Thing from Beyond the Edge wrote:
Well, g'nite

good night, thing

Scarab Sages

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Evening FAWTLy Folk! Had a great time Trick or Treating with Charlie, although we only hit a handful of houses before he got tired. And I had probably closed to 30 kids visit my house. Luckily, I always have enough candy.

Liberty's Edge

Hey all. Welcome back houstonderek.

Silver Crusade

Hi, all. What did I miss?

I've discovered public transportation isn't all it's cracked up to be. Today, I sat down on the Metro, and the upholstery on my seat was wet. I'm going to pretend it had just been shampooed. (The real question is why do these California cities upholster their trains? They should be hard plastic like they use in New York. Then I wouldn't have to worry that they are seat-shaped sponges of human waste.)

Liberty's Edge

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Nice to see you Nathan and Sebastian (but I can pretend it’s not nice to see you if it will help the image Sebastian).

Liberty's Edge

So how was everyone’s Halloween (for those in areas that really get into it)? Any stand out costumes? Kids get lots of candy?

Liberty's Edge

Celestial Healer wrote:

Hi, all. What did I miss?

I've discovered public transportation isn't all it's cracked up to be. Today, I sat down on the Metro, and the upholstery on my seat was wet. I'm going to pretend it had just been shampooed. (The real question is why do these California cities upholster their trains? They should be hard plastic like they use in New York. Then I wouldn't have to worry that they are seat-shaped sponges of human waste.)

Yeah, I just like to assume that the suspicious fluid on the train seat is because someone just spilled their milk ...

Scarab Sages

I've got pics up on FB of Charlie's first Halloween!

Dark Archive

Relaxing night ahead. Long day of work over.


YAY! Halloween Trick or Treaters! YAY!!!!


good night FaWtLys


So, next year, you get a group of people to go as this for Halloween.


Good night, aeglos!


Mothman wrote:
So how was everyone’s Halloween (for those in areas that really get into it)? Any stand out costumes? Kids get lots of candy?

Lots of fun. The kidlet is currently sorting through his haul and eating himself into a sugar coma. :)

Saw a really cute Vader. Kid was all of about four years old, but he was very fierce. Really into the role. :D

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