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Justin Franklin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Trinam wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Trinam wrote:

Sigh.

Why are people so bloody shortsighted and annoying, again?

Because you are on the Internet, where there is no personal responsibility.

Yes, but at least I can allcaps people on the internet for some comedy. This is the seventh person today I've had argue that they should get a free iphone 4s for being 'such a good customer for so long.'

The longest any of them have ben with our company was three years. Average was one.

Self entitled brats.

I wouldn't call them self entitled- a free new cell phone is a standard tactic of many cell phone companies.
Yes, but not the brand new top of the line phone.:)

nekkid phones?? ahh must be sexting!!


I'm alllllllllllll for sexting.

And yes, lots of companies do indeed do the free newest phone thing. I did it when I got my Optimus S, my friends just did it with their Iphone 4. I think the big issue here is that different companies and sometimes different managers do different things.


Got to sleep around 3 or 3:30 (damn Skyrim anyway). Tried to get up at 7, failed, managed at 8 so I could dry the laundry I washed last night. Just checked it. Somehow, the dryer managed to wrap all the clothes inside of two sheets, making it look like I was drying a corpse and preventing the clothing from actually becoming dry. I have to dress for work in 8 minutes. Brrrrr.

I pity the vendor who is going to try to sell me s&#+ I can't afford at 10 a.m. Oh yeah, rehearsal tonight after work until 9:30, then maybe some dinner.

Need sleep. What's a beach?


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Freehold DM wrote:

I'm alllllllllllll for sexting.

And yes, lots of companies do indeed do the free newest phone thing. I did it when I got my Optimus S, my friends just did it with their Iphone 4. I think the big issue here is that different companies and sometimes different managers do different things.

But not at initial release, and usually the new phone is out or about to release, before they start cutting the deals. The iPhone 4 for example is a year and a half old at this point.:)


Justin Franklin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

I'm alllllllllllll for sexting.

And yes, lots of companies do indeed do the free newest phone thing. I did it when I got my Optimus S, my friends just did it with their Iphone 4. I think the big issue here is that different companies and sometimes different managers do different things.

But not at initial release, and usually the new phone is out or about to release, before they start cutting the deals. The iPhone 4 for example is a year and a half old at this point.:)

Sorry, not the 4. The one everyone would kill their mother over currently. I don't know the name, I'm not a iphone person.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

I'm alllllllllllll for sexting.

And yes, lots of companies do indeed do the free newest phone thing. I did it when I got my Optimus S, my friends just did it with their Iphone 4. I think the big issue here is that different companies and sometimes different managers do different things.

But not at initial release, and usually the new phone is out or about to release, before they start cutting the deals. The iPhone 4 for example is a year and a half old at this point.:)
Sorry, not the 4. The one everyone would kill their mother over currently. I don't know the name, I'm not a iphone person.

Well now I need to find this cool place that gives you iPhone 4S with a new contract.


Justin Franklin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

I'm alllllllllllll for sexting.

And yes, lots of companies do indeed do the free newest phone thing. I did it when I got my Optimus S, my friends just did it with their Iphone 4. I think the big issue here is that different companies and sometimes different managers do different things.

But not at initial release, and usually the new phone is out or about to release, before they start cutting the deals. The iPhone 4 for example is a year and a half old at this point.:)
Sorry, not the 4. The one everyone would kill their mother over currently. I don't know the name, I'm not a iphone person.
Well now I need to find this cool place that gives you iPhone 4S with a new contract.

That's just the thing - they got the phone because they were longtime customers of their cell phone company. So you can get a phone for free for being a longterm member - I got the Optimus S with contract because my wife was in school as a full time student.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

I'm alllllllllllll for sexting.

And yes, lots of companies do indeed do the free newest phone thing. I did it when I got my Optimus S, my friends just did it with their Iphone 4. I think the big issue here is that different companies and sometimes different managers do different things.

But not at initial release, and usually the new phone is out or about to release, before they start cutting the deals. The iPhone 4 for example is a year and a half old at this point.:)
Sorry, not the 4. The one everyone would kill their mother over currently. I don't know the name, I'm not a iphone person.
Well now I need to find this cool place that gives you iPhone 4S with a new contract.
That's just the thing - they got the phone because they were longtime customers of their cell phone company. So you can get a phone for free for being a longterm member - I got the Optimus S with contract because my wife was in school as a full time student.

I meant new contract as in renewal of my current provider. ;)


Freehold DM wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
My weekend in San Francisco draws nigh.
What's the occasion?
The American Academy of Religion's annual meeting.
Woe to any undead that show up and attempt to crash the party...

Oh don't worry: the Alt. religious and anti-religious will bring their own with them, but mostly they will be kept within bounds during the meeting.


Well, it was nice to see Niel again after a long time. We had a lot of Aussie action while we Americans were sleeping. BTW, have we seen Flash in here in a while?

The Exchange

So I just walked into the break room, just in time to see a couple of large hawks being fought off by a murder of crows. Very interesting tactics too. The hawks tried to single a crow off from the pack but the pack the dive bombed the hawks from behind.


I saw the trio of ravens from my old neighborhood fighting off an encroaching red tail once. Pretty cool, isn't it?

Silver Crusade

Treppa wrote:

Got to sleep around 3 or 3:30 (damn Skyrim anyway). Tried to get up at 7, failed, managed at 8 so I could dry the laundry I washed last night. Just checked it. Somehow, the dryer managed to wrap all the clothes inside of two sheets, making it look like I was drying a corpse and preventing the clothing from actually becoming dry. I have to dress for work in 8 minutes. Brrrrr.

I pity the vendor who is going to try to sell me s*@# I can't afford at 10 a.m. Oh yeah, rehearsal tonight after work until 9:30, then maybe some dinner.

Need sleep. What's a beach?

What are you rehearsing?

Silver Crusade

Morning all. What did I miss?


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Well, it was nice to see Niel again after a long time. We had a lot of Aussie action while we Americans were sleeping. BTW, have we seen Flash in here in a while?

Well, thank you for noticing.

I really should log in when I'm lurking- usually I just have time to browse quickly and see if all's well.
Today, however, my boss has been off-site doing a mock inspection at another hospital so I've been using the time he usually wastes out of my day to post and read.
Good times.


Celestial Healer wrote:
What are you rehearsing?

Still Loehngrin and Fantastique. One concert Sunday. We over-rehearse. I get tired of it, especially when people don't know their parts after two months.

Scarab Sages

Celestial Healer wrote:
Morning all. What did I miss?

Well, Patricia and Alex were horrified when their presentation to the board was interrupted by Carl, their former intern - drunk and wearing a ballet outfit. Meanwhile, Bill and Al were shocked when Paul slept through their meeting with him, not knowing that he wasn't the real Paul, but a failed clone whose cell structure was slowly breaking down. And, across town, Brandon was the hero of the phone con when.....No, wait! That's my soap opera!!!

The Exchange

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
I saw the trio of ravens from my old neighborhood fighting off an encroaching red tail once. Pretty cool, isn't it?

yes very much so.

The Exchange

Cornielius wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Well, it was nice to see Niel again after a long time. We had a lot of Aussie action while we Americans were sleeping. BTW, have we seen Flash in here in a while?

Well, thank you for noticing.

I really should log in when I'm lurking- usually I just have time to browse quickly and see if all's well.
Today, however, my boss has been off-site doing a mock inspection at another hospital so I've been using the time he usually wastes out of my day to post and read.
Good times.

Should try and find a way to give your boss busy work more often then. :)

Scarab Sages

Crimson Jester wrote:
So I just walked into the break room, just in time to see a couple of large hawks being fought off by a murder of crows. Very interesting tactics too. The hawks tried to single a crow off from the pack but the pack the dive bombed the hawks from behind.

When I was in Japan a guy I was working with said he'd seen crows beat the crap out of seahawks.


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Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
So I just walked into the break room, just in time to see a couple of large hawks being fought off by a murder of crows. Very interesting tactics too. The hawks tried to single a crow off from the pack but the pack the dive bombed the hawks from behind.
When I was in Japan a guy I was working with said he'd seen crows beat the crap out of seahawks.

I thought the seahawks beat the crap out of the ravens. ;)

The Exchange

Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
So I just walked into the break room, just in time to see a couple of large hawks being fought off by a murder of crows. Very interesting tactics too. The hawks tried to single a crow off from the pack but the pack the dive bombed the hawks from behind.
When I was in Japan a guy I was working with said he'd seen crows beat the crap out of seahawks.
I thought the seahawks beat the crap out of the ravens. ;)

Well the little blackbirds out here are not known for their bravery, just that there are tons of them. In fact I think anymore we have more blackbirds than pigeons. A swanson's hawk is a big hawk. They were about five times the size of the crows and at the end it was 5 against 2, and the crows were being intelligent and viscous in their tactics. It was a thing of beauty.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Well, it was nice to see Niel again after a long time. We had a lot of Aussie action while we Americans were sleeping. BTW, have we seen Flash in here in a while?

I have a few games of "words with friends" going with Flash I will send him a message and tell him that the FAWLTies are missing him.


Crimson Jester wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
So I just walked into the break room, just in time to see a couple of large hawks being fought off by a murder of crows. Very interesting tactics too. The hawks tried to single a crow off from the pack but the pack the dive bombed the hawks from behind.
When I was in Japan a guy I was working with said he'd seen crows beat the crap out of seahawks.
I thought the seahawks beat the crap out of the ravens. ;)
Well the little blackbirds out here are not known for their bravery, just that there are tons of them. In fact I think anymore we have more blackbirds than pigeons. A swanson's hawk is a big hawk. They were about five times the size of the crows and at the end it was 5 against 2, and the crows were being intelligent and viscous in their tactics. It was a thing of beauty.

A YouTube video of magpie attacks..... Vicious insane nasty birds. Any animal that forces Australians to wear empty icecream containers on their heads just so they can run out into the yard and grab the news paper is 100% hard as.


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The 8th Dwarf wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
So I just walked into the break room, just in time to see a couple of large hawks being fought off by a murder of crows. Very interesting tactics too. The hawks tried to single a crow off from the pack but the pack the dive bombed the hawks from behind.
When I was in Japan a guy I was working with said he'd seen crows beat the crap out of seahawks.
I thought the seahawks beat the crap out of the ravens. ;)
Well the little blackbirds out here are not known for their bravery, just that there are tons of them. In fact I think anymore we have more blackbirds than pigeons. A swanson's hawk is a big hawk. They were about five times the size of the crows and at the end it was 5 against 2, and the crows were being intelligent and viscous in their tactics. It was a thing of beauty.
When i am not on my phone I will find you a YouTube video of magpie attacks.... Vicious insane nasty birds. Any animal that forces Australians to wear empty icecream containers on their heads just so they can run out into the yard and grab the news paper is 100% hard as.

And my clever football reference was lost. ;)


Justin Franklin wrote:


And my clever football reference was lost. ;)

Ummm go the Redskins :-) (they are still in Washington arent they?)

Dark Archive

Woot paizo order came today.


Treppa wrote:

Got to sleep around 3 or 3:30 (damn Skyrim anyway). Tried to get up at 7, failed, managed at 8 so I could dry the laundry I washed last night. Just checked it. Somehow, the dryer managed to wrap all the clothes inside of two sheets, making it look like I was drying a corpse and preventing the clothing from actually becoming dry. I have to dress for work in 8 minutes. Brrrrr.

I pity the vendor who is going to try to sell me s#%! I can't afford at 10 a.m. Oh yeah, rehearsal tonight after work until 9:30, then maybe some dinner.

Need sleep. What's a beach?

Oh Skyrim. It's been doing that to me, too.


Justin Franklin wrote:
The 8th Dwarf wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
So I just walked into the break room, just in time to see a couple of large hawks being fought off by a murder of crows. Very interesting tactics too. The hawks tried to single a crow off from the pack but the pack the dive bombed the hawks from behind.
When I was in Japan a guy I was working with said he'd seen crows beat the crap out of seahawks.
I thought the seahawks beat the crap out of the ravens. ;)
Well the little blackbirds out here are not known for their bravery, just that there are tons of them. In fact I think anymore we have more blackbirds than pigeons. A swanson's hawk is a big hawk. They were about five times the size of the crows and at the end it was 5 against 2, and the crows were being intelligent and viscous in their tactics. It was a thing of beauty.
When i am not on my phone I will find you a YouTube video of magpie attacks.... Vicious insane nasty birds. Any animal that forces Australians to wear empty icecream containers on their heads just so they can run out into the yard and grab the news paper is 100% hard as.
And my clever football reference was lost. ;)

Oh, I got it. I just have to live with a Redskins fan, so I keep my...mmm..."comments"...to myself.


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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
The 8th Dwarf wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
So I just walked into the break room, just in time to see a couple of large hawks being fought off by a murder of crows. Very interesting tactics too. The hawks tried to single a crow off from the pack but the pack the dive bombed the hawks from behind.
When I was in Japan a guy I was working with said he'd seen crows beat the crap out of seahawks.
I thought the seahawks beat the crap out of the ravens. ;)
Well the little blackbirds out here are not known for their bravery, just that there are tons of them. In fact I think anymore we have more blackbirds than pigeons. A swanson's hawk is a big hawk. They were about five times the size of the crows and at the end it was 5 against 2, and the crows were being intelligent and viscous in their tactics. It was a thing of beauty.
When i am not on my phone I will find you a YouTube video of magpie attacks.... Vicious insane nasty birds. Any animal that forces Australians to wear empty icecream containers on their heads just so they can run out into the yard and grab the news paper is 100% hard as.
And my clever football reference was lost. ;)
Oh, I got it. I just have to live with a Redskins fan, so I keep my...mmm..."comments"...to myself.

See and I really meant the Seahawks beating the Ravens. ;) Although the Redskins losing to the Dolphins, pretty bad.


Crimson Jester wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
So I just walked into the break room, just in time to see a couple of large hawks being fought off by a murder of crows. Very interesting tactics too. The hawks tried to single a crow off from the pack but the pack the dive bombed the hawks from behind.
When I was in Japan a guy I was working with said he'd seen crows beat the crap out of seahawks.
I thought the seahawks beat the crap out of the ravens. ;)
Well the little blackbirds out here are not known for their bravery, just that there are tons of them. In fact I think anymore we have more blackbirds than pigeons. A swanson's hawk is a big hawk. They were about five times the size of the crows and at the end it was 5 against 2, and the crows were being intelligent and viscous in their tactics. It was a thing of beauty.

The hawks around here get a lot of attacks from the little birds. They team up like fighter planes on a big bomber. The hawk can't get over them so it suffers until it gets out of range or under cover. Of course the hawks also dive bomb the little birds mercilessly. I saw one take a small bird right in front of my bay window. It was ultra cool, even had the cartoony puff of feathers after.

The Exchange

Justin Franklin wrote:
The 8th Dwarf wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
So I just walked into the break room, just in time to see a couple of large hawks being fought off by a murder of crows. Very interesting tactics too. The hawks tried to single a crow off from the pack but the pack the dive bombed the hawks from behind.
When I was in Japan a guy I was working with said he'd seen crows beat the crap out of seahawks.
I thought the seahawks beat the crap out of the ravens. ;)
Well the little blackbirds out here are not known for their bravery, just that there are tons of them. In fact I think anymore we have more blackbirds than pigeons. A swanson's hawk is a big hawk. They were about five times the size of the crows and at the end it was 5 against 2, and the crows were being intelligent and viscous in their tactics. It was a thing of beauty.
When i am not on my phone I will find you a YouTube video of magpie attacks.... Vicious insane nasty birds. Any animal that forces Australians to wear empty icecream containers on their heads just so they can run out into the yard and grab the news paper is 100% hard as.
And my clever football reference was lost. ;)

I didn't loose it per se..... ;)

The Exchange

Patrick Curtin wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
So I just walked into the break room, just in time to see a couple of large hawks being fought off by a murder of crows. Very interesting tactics too. The hawks tried to single a crow off from the pack but the pack the dive bombed the hawks from behind.
When I was in Japan a guy I was working with said he'd seen crows beat the crap out of seahawks.
I thought the seahawks beat the crap out of the ravens. ;)
Well the little blackbirds out here are not known for their bravery, just that there are tons of them. In fact I think anymore we have more blackbirds than pigeons. A swanson's hawk is a big hawk. They were about five times the size of the crows and at the end it was 5 against 2, and the crows were being intelligent and viscous in their tactics. It was a thing of beauty.
The hawks around here get a lot of attacks from the little birds. They team up like fighter planes on a big bomber. The hawk can't get over them so it suffers until it gets out of range or under cover. Of course the hawks also dive bomb the little birds mercilessly. I saw one take a small bird right in front of my bay window. It was ultra cool, even had the cartoony puff of feathers after.

Only time I saw a cartoony puff of feathers was when a pigeon got hit by the tires of the car in front of me on the highway. I had to use my windshield wipers for all the feathers. Well for a few moments anyway.

Silver Crusade

Crimson Jester wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
So I just walked into the break room, just in time to see a couple of large hawks being fought off by a murder of crows. Very interesting tactics too. The hawks tried to single a crow off from the pack but the pack the dive bombed the hawks from behind.
When I was in Japan a guy I was working with said he'd seen crows beat the crap out of seahawks.
I thought the seahawks beat the crap out of the ravens. ;)
Well the little blackbirds out here are not known for their bravery, just that there are tons of them. In fact I think anymore we have more blackbirds than pigeons. A swanson's hawk is a big hawk. They were about five times the size of the crows and at the end it was 5 against 2, and the crows were being intelligent and viscous in their tactics. It was a thing of beauty.
The hawks around here get a lot of attacks from the little birds. They team up like fighter planes on a big bomber. The hawk can't get over them so it suffers until it gets out of range or under cover. Of course the hawks also dive bomb the little birds mercilessly. I saw one take a small bird right in front of my bay window. It was ultra cool, even had the cartoony puff of feathers after.
Only time I saw a cartoony puff of feathers was when a pigeon got hit by the tires of the car in front of me on the highway. I had to use my windshield wipers for all the feathers. Well for a few moments anyway.

I saw one when a fox caught a sparrow. That fox was very pleased with himself.

Liberty's Edge

Freehold DM wrote:
That's just the thing - they got the phone because they were longtime customers of their cell phone company. So you can get a phone for free for being a longterm member - I got the Optimus S with contract because my wife was in school as a full time student.

I was eligible for a ‘free’ iPhone 4s recently, however to get it for ‘free’ I needed to upgrade my contract from a $30 a month call plan to a $60 (or something) a month call plan and commit to another 24 months at that rate. My understanding is that if I was already on the higher call plan I would have been able to get the iPhone without paying anything extra.

I imagine this is what is happening with Trinam – customers that are eligible for a less expensive ‘free’ phone based on what they pay for their contract are demanding the more expensive iPhone without wanting to pay any more (“other people are getting if for free, why can’t I?”).

Liberty's Edge

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CH, your Ravenloft bad guys are really not having a good run, are they?

...
...

I have a feeling we're going to pay for this at some point ...


Patrick Curtin wrote:
The hawks around here get a lot of attacks from the little birds. They team up like fighter planes on a big bomber. The hawk can't get over them so it suffers until it gets out of range or under cover. Of course the hawks also dive bomb the little birds mercilessly. I saw one take a small bird right in front of my bay window. It was ultra cool, even had the cartoony puff of feathers after.

We have a kestrel in our yard and he dines quite well. He managed to nail a turtledove this Tuesday.


I love Thursdays. I was paid my "paycheck" this morning.

Now, onto bills.

Silver Crusade

Mothman wrote:

CH, your Ravenloft bad guys are really not having a good run, are they?

...
...

I have a feeling we're going to pay for this at some point ...

This is what I call a slaughter. It's making up for the Surgeon almost wiping some of you out. (Face it, if she hadn't spread her attacks around the whole party and had instead focused on one person at a time, at least one or two PCs would have been dead.)

That said, I don't want to rob the party of a well-deserved victory. I was actually worried that this fight was too hard (if you had engaged them in melee, you would know what I mean). Good strategy should be rewarded.

Edit: And after everything the PC's have witnessed, it's probably cathartic to cut down some Falkovnian soldiers.

Liberty's Edge

2 people marked this as a favorite.
The 8th Dwarf wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:


And my clever football reference was lost. ;)
Ummm go the Redskins :-) (they are still in Washington arent they?)

They're not as much a football team as a study in dysfunction.

Scarab Sages

Got my WotC Dragon Minis set today! Woot!!!

Shadow Lodge

TriOmegaZero wrote:
I can't wait to pack up and leave Iraq. Just a few more days.

Fixed.

Liberty's Edge

TOZ wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
I can't wait to pack up and leave Iraq. Just a few more days.
Fixed.

Good stuff.


3 people marked this as a favorite.

FAWTL is like facebook.

Only not crappy.

Liberty's Edge

TOZ wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
I can't wait to pack up and leave Iraq. Just a few more days.
Fixed.

I thought you were in Tibet...

Shadow Lodge

Tibet, or not Tibet?

The Exchange

Evil Lincoln wrote:

FAWTL is like facebook.

Only not crappy.

The Irony is amazing....

Shadow Lodge

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Celestial Healer wrote:
Mothman wrote:

CH, your Ravenloft bad guys are really not having a good run, are they?

...
...

I have a feeling we're going to pay for this at some point ...

This is what I call a slaughter. It's making up for the Surgeon almost wiping some of you out. (Face it, if she hadn't spread her attacks around the whole party and had instead focused on one person at a time, at least one or two PCs would have been dead.)

That said, I don't want to rob the party of a well-deserved victory. I was actually worried that this fight was too hard (if you had engaged them in melee, you would know what I mean). Good strategy should be rewarded.

Edit: And after everything the PC's have witnessed, it's probably cathartic to cut down some Falkovnian soldiers.

Amen to that! I was very worried that we would not survive the Surgeon. It's very nice to kick some Falkovnian butt.


I am currently very thankful for my ipad. My computer is...we'll just call it not happy. Still hoping that it's salvageable. But at least I still have the ipad. :)

Now back to studying. Ugh. Too many exams trying to be crammed into the time before Thanksgiving break.

Scarab Sages

Mrgh.

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