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Watching the Dairugger XV opening. How very late 70's early 80's.

The series is also far more (overly)dramatic and bloody than Voltron.


I need to just up and get it on DVD. And mayhaps Fivelion as well.


Must..watch..more..giant..robots..Combattler V....Need..moooooarrr....


Oooh Voltes V and Combattler V are teaming up for an attack!!!!!


Ooh!! GRENDIZER!!!


OOH! GETTA ROBO!! GETTA BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAMM!!!!!


SQUUEEEE!! MAZINGER Z!!!!! BREAST FIRE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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I love the smell of new monsters in the morning.

EDIT: This is unrelated to Freehold's weird posting.


OOOH!! FINAL DYNAMIC SPECIAL!!!!!!!!!!


An even better version


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Treppa wrote:

I love the smell of new monsters in the morning.

EDIT: This is unrelated to Freehold's weird posting.

Actually a lot of the "monsters of the week" from Super Robot shows from the 70's and 80's would make GREAT monsters for Pathfinder. I'm not sure if I want the party combining to form one large robot solely to fight them, however.


Also, I've used a few of the less obvious weapons of certain Super Robots and monsters as magical items in games.


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Oh my....have I invented the giant robot blitz? I think I've invented the giant robot blitz.


Freehold DM wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:

Good morning everyone.

I ate at Del Taco this morning. Tacos hit the spot after a graveyard shift.

Now, its time for Skyrim. Starting a female character this time. I dont know what it is but this game's character creation system is appealing for some reason or another.

I have to get around to playing that. While nekkid, of course. How do you think I'm playing Dragon Age?

Nekkid Skyrim rules! But I need to purchase Dragon Age and its sequeal games for Nekkid Dragon Age.


And..perhaps the most beloved and least well-known giant robot of the 80's..DANGAIOH!!!


No subtitles, but it's an explanation of the series


One of the most iconic Giant Robot fights of all time from Dangaio


And who says Giant Robots are limited to one time period? Here's some GaoGaiGar!!!


And I think I'll finish with some GODANNAR- The spiritual successor to Dangaio(Great Dangaioh? NEVER HEARD OF IT!!!), and a very cheesecake-laden series!!!


Must post second Goddanar opening for fear of angering the Giant Robot Gods

Shadow Lodge

Urgh. Headed home this afternoon. Fun fun driving!


Will blitz with more anime later, particularly unusual//older stuff we just don't see that much of nowadays.

Shadow Lodge

Man, I've got such a backlog of fansubs and DVDs to watch...

Liberty's Edge

FAWLTy New Year! (bit late, but that's how I roll)


Man, Youtube is AWESOME on MAGGIE!!!!!(that's the name of the NEW 37 INCH TV!!!!!)


I hope everyone made it safely through New Years Eve.


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Mothman, I see we have similar taste is music since a number of those songs would be on my list as well if I bothered to make a list. :)

My favorite radio station has this awesome habit of going hey this is popular in Australia, I bet our listeners would like it too, and they're right. :)


It's that day again. Time to clean the kidlet's room. Wish me luck. I'm going to need it.


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@ lynora,
Remember to tie a rope to your waist and anchor it elsewhere in the house so you can find your way out again. (j/k)

The Exchange

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Tip of the day: Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad.

Shadow Lodge

Hmm, my schedule is rather full. Kirthfinder on the 8th, 3.5 on the 14th and 28th, then PF with mdt on the 22nd.

Oh yeah, and work and college too.

The Exchange

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silverhair2008 wrote:

@ lynora,

Remember to tie a rope to your waist and anchor it elsewhere in the house so you can find your way out again. (j/k)

Don't go into the light Carolann don't go into the light


silverhair2008 wrote:

@ lynora,

Remember to tie a rope to your waist and anchor it elsewhere in the house so you can find your way out again. (j/k)

This suggestion has merit. :D


240 new posts? Happy New Year, indeed. Did I miss anything?

For the new year, I baked you PIE.

Scarab Sages

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Life clocks are a lie! Carousel is a lie! THERE IS NO RENEWAL!


Aberzombie wrote:

Life clocks are a lie! Carousel is a lie! THERE IS NO RENEWAL!

More brains for you, then.


MMMMMMMM Farrah Fawcett brains ....

Dark Archive

Patrick Curtin wrote:
MMMMMMMM Farrah Fawcett brains ....

"No taction contact!" [/Benson]


lynora wrote:

Mothman, I see we have similar taste is music since a number of those songs would be on my list as well if I bothered to make a list. :)

My favorite radio station has this awesome habit of going hey this is popular in Australia, I bet our listeners would like it too, and they're right. :)

Mothy's taste in music is very similar to mine (although as I get older I am starting to calcify in my musical tates).

We both listen to Triple J . They stream live, I do recommend listening when they have their Hottest 100 show on the 26th of Jan (not sure of what the time difference would be). We used to have a Hottest 100 party every year before we moved to Sydney, because its the middle of summer it usually involved beer, wading pools, BBQs, sprinklers, slip and slides and the best 100 songs of the year cranked up to 11.

Scarab Sages

Mrgh.


The 8th Dwarf wrote:
lynora wrote:

Mothman, I see we have similar taste is music since a number of those songs would be on my list as well if I bothered to make a list. :)

My favorite radio station has this awesome habit of going hey this is popular in Australia, I bet our listeners would like it too, and they're right. :)

Mothy's taste in music is very similar to mine (although as I get older I am starting to calcify in my musical tates).

We both listen to Triple J . They stream live, I do recommend listening when they have their Hottest 100 show on the 26th of Jan (not sure of what the time difference would be). We used to have a Hottest 100 party every year before we moved to Sydney, because its the middle of summer it usually involved beer, wading pools, BBQs, sprinklers, slip and slides and the best 100 songs of the year cranked up to 11.

Cool, thanks. I'll have to figure out the time difference and see if it's feasible for me to listen to that Hottest 100 show. I hope it is.


Time to take a break from the room cleaning and get some dinner. I could use it. I just had to clean up a light stick that leaked all over everything and rescue coins from a mechanical bank that was no longer functional. And there's still crap on the dresser to sort through. And this is just the sorting out what to get rid of part. :(


That's awesome! What are they like?

Moorluck wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
holy crap you guys I am on the Internet?!
That's not you. The hatred is only confined to one concept.
as mentioned pages upon pages ago, my hatred of math if the Overhatred, moreso than my hatred of Whedon, Zuckerberg and Brown combined. There is no Haterade associated with my hatred of math, the closest thing that would match it would be everclear mixed with absinthe.
This is a logic fallacy. There's no possible way to hate anything more than Zuckerberg.

You've never met...

** spoiler omitted **

Mine would suck the marrow out of yours' dead dry bones.

Sheeeeeet, my family is from the f#+!ing Appalachians, I even have a Cousin Bo! O.o

They'd skin yours and hang the hides out in front of their f+@~ing cabins. :P

Liberty's Edge

Moorluck wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Mine would suck the marrow out of yours' dead dry bones.

Sheeeeeet, my family is from the f$$&ing Appalachians, I even have a Cousin Bo! O.o

They'd skin yours and hang the hides out in front of their f&%&ing cabins. :P

I got cousins in the IRA. Does that count?

Liberty's Edge

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Trinam wrote:

My mother once forgot how to spell a.

...I don't talk about my family much.

Sounds a bit like my mother. For example:

Ma Shiny: "You know that line, from that movie? It starts with 'I'."
Me: "You gotta throw me a bone here..."


Aberzombie wrote:
Maybe the new Sherlock Holmes flick.

Actually in the theater getting ready to watch this.


io9 article if famous writers had written Twilight.

Silver Crusade

Hi, all. What did I miss?

Had the PF game today. My oracle wasn't very effective, but I've got some ideas on a few things to change around for him. It was a fun time.

Scarab Sages

Celestial Healer wrote:

Hi, all. What did I miss?

Well, Marcus and Ralph were stunned to discover the true identity of the Wet Boot Bandit as none other than their own long-lost half-sister, Natalie. Meanwhile, Sheldon decided to finally profess his love to Suzette, only to watch in stunned horror as she was crushed beneath a falling weather balloon. And, across town, Sam was finally ready to reveal the truth about....No, wait! That's my soap opera!


*blink*

Blergh. That is all

*blink*

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