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Liberty's Edge

Oops, I should probably put some clothes on before I say hello ...


Sara Marie wrote:

solnes:

** spoiler omitted **

I know I said it once, but I will say it again! YOU ROCK! Thank you! :D


lynora wrote:
Sebastian wrote:
lynora wrote:

Summary of today:

IEP meetings suck.

Yes, yes they do. I'm lucky my wife is a special education attorney - the district lives in absolute terror of her. She shot out a nastygram a few weeks ago, and got a call back from the district in less than 24 hours. And, on a weekend no less...

That IS impressive. :)

Indeed, I is envious!


Sad to see FawtLHouse 5 go down, but happy to be playing on my thread. :D


Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Evening all

Crimson Jester wrote:
lynora wrote:

Summary of today:

IEP meetings suck.

Amen sister.

Double plus 1

Friggin' bureaucrats

I had an emphatically agreeing response to this, but it veered into politics and my general rage and frustration with the state of Michigan. So I'll refrain, but yes, friggin bureaucrats.


No pics from yesterdays B-Day affair. We just had a Big Birthday Buffet here at the house for him. Everything and anything he could have wanted.

We will be doing a zoo trip or something similar to come after taxes, and after the weather warms. We will take a few pics then.

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Solnes wrote:
Sad to see FawtLHouse 5 go down, but happy to be playing on my thread. :D

And Mairkurion can stop complaining about us posting here. :D


lynora wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Evening all

Crimson Jester wrote:
lynora wrote:

Summary of today:

IEP meetings suck.

Amen sister.

Double plus 1

Friggin' bureaucrats

I had an emphatically agreeing response to this, but it veered into politics and my general rage and frustration with the state of Michigan. So I'll refrain, but yes, friggin bureaucrats.

Yeh, I think MI and MA are in the same leaky boat...

Anyway ...no politics in this thread, so I'll shut it and think of happy things..

I just found where my Confrontation miniatures I got for Xmas went! YAY! Now I gotta get to painting my Troll of the Behemoth and Le Grande Crane!


I molested myself last night, I said "no", but I knew I really wanted it.


What? Nothing? C'Mon people! Thats good stuff!! Comedic GOLD! :P


Freehold DM wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Really? There are people that don't like Firefly?
I have never seen Firefly. Only Serenity.
The only fireflies I like are the song, the insect, and the GI Joe character!

what about this


Solnes wrote:
I molested myself last night, I said "no", but I knew I really wanted it.

lol. Well, that's a great excuse. You should be ashamed of yourself. ;)


Solnes wrote:
I molested myself last night, I said "no", but I knew I really wanted it.

Sorry I was asleep for this post

Scarab Sages

I really need a day off. So I'm taking one.

Going to go on a hike tomorrow at Glen Eyrie. There's a little water fall off in a canyon. Never been there before. I'm hoping that the small amount of snow we had last night doesn't all melt away before I get there.

But expect to see some new pictures soon.

Liberty's Edge

Moff Rimmer wrote:

I really need a day off. So I'm taking one.

Going to go on a hike tomorrow at Glen Eyrie. There's a little water fall off in a canyon. Never been there before. I'm hoping that the small amount of snow we had last night doesn't all melt away before I get there.

But expect to see some new pictures soon.

Have fun! :)


Moff Rimmer wrote:

I really need a day off. So I'm taking one.

Going to go on a hike tomorrow at Glen Eyrie. There's a little water fall off in a canyon. Never been there before. I'm hoping that the small amount of snow we had last night doesn't all melt away before I get there.

But expect to see some new pictures soon.

Excellent! Great way to clear your mind for some GMing goodness. I approve.

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Studpuffin wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:

I really need a day off. So I'm taking one.

Going to go on a hike tomorrow at Glen Eyrie. There's a little water fall off in a canyon. Never been there before. I'm hoping that the small amount of snow we had last night doesn't all melt away before I get there.

But expect to see some new pictures soon.

Have fun! :)

+1

(and I shouldn't read that as "taig, go ahead and procrastinate more on making your character". Really.)

Liberty's Edge

taig wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:

I really need a day off. So I'm taking one.

Going to go on a hike tomorrow at Glen Eyrie. There's a little water fall off in a canyon. Never been there before. I'm hoping that the small amount of snow we had last night doesn't all melt away before I get there.

But expect to see some new pictures soon.

Have fun! :)

+1

(and I shouldn't read that as "taig, go ahead and procrastinate more on making your character". Really.)

Make another halfling!

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Studpuffin wrote:
taig wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:

I really need a day off. So I'm taking one.

Going to go on a hike tomorrow at Glen Eyrie. There's a little water fall off in a canyon. Never been there before. I'm hoping that the small amount of snow we had last night doesn't all melt away before I get there.

But expect to see some new pictures soon.

Have fun! :)

+1

(and I shouldn't read that as "taig, go ahead and procrastinate more on making your character". Really.)

Make another halfling!

Heh. I am.

Shadow Lodge

lynora wrote:
0gre wrote:
Anyone who admits to seeing this Star Whores 3d release when it comes out will have to turn in their geek card in shame.
Nuh-uh. I get to keep my geek card. I have an exception. He's seven. Trust me, it's not like I want to see this travesty again. Only worse. :(

See my above comment about paying for a different movie and sneaking in to Star Wars ;)

Scarab Sages

Mrgh?


I have the feeling this crack in the foundation is not going to be cheap to fix, particularly since it is right below the air conditioner. :(

Scarab Sages

Treppa wrote:
I have the feeling this crack in the foundation is not going to be cheap to fix, particularly since it is right below the air conditioner. :(

Eh? Wuzzat? A crack in the foundation? Hmmmm...need more data to process.

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Hurrah! My Inner Sea Guide is shipping and I just downloaded my pdf. Just in time to prep for my new Shackled City campaign. I'm looking for somewhere in Golarion to relocate Cauldron.


Aberzombie wrote:
Treppa wrote:
I have the feeling this crack in the foundation is not going to be cheap to fix, particularly since it is right below the air conditioner. :(
Eh? Wuzzat? A crack in the foundation? Hmmmm...need more data to process.

It's a crack from the bottom of a basement window down about four feet, right where the pipes and electrical service for the laundry machines are placed. Water leaks in when it rains. And it's right under the air conditioner and its concrete pad and a huge bush. :-( :-(

Silver Crusade

En route downstate. Stopped at our favorite little diner in Albany. Ugh - we're going to get there so late.


Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Hurrah! My Inner Sea Guide is shipping and I just downloaded my pdf. Just in time to prep for my new Shackled City campaign. I'm looking for somewhere in Golarion to relocate Cauldron.

Have you run Shackled City before?

Scarab Sages

Treppa wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Treppa wrote:
I have the feeling this crack in the foundation is not going to be cheap to fix, particularly since it is right below the air conditioner. :(
Eh? Wuzzat? A crack in the foundation? Hmmmm...need more data to process.
It's a crack from the bottom of a basement window down about four feet, right where the pipes and electrical service for the laundry machines are placed. Water leaks in when it rains. And it's right under the air conditioner and its concrete pad and a huge bush. :-( :-(

Hmmm....a good masonry expert might be able to get in there and fix it. If not, I've heard of compounds that are really good at bonding with cement and fixing cracks like that - depending, of course, on the size of the crack. I always work better with visuals.

Scarab Sages

Celestial Healer wrote:
En route downstate. Stopped at our favorite little diner in Albany. Ugh - we're going to get there so late.

You should come down to Philly one day. You could meet Charlie!


0gre wrote:
lynora wrote:
0gre wrote:
Anyone who admits to seeing this Star Whores 3d release when it comes out will have to turn in their geek card in shame.
Nuh-uh. I get to keep my geek card. I have an exception. He's seven. Trust me, it's not like I want to see this travesty again. Only worse. :(
See my above comment about paying for a different movie and sneaking in to Star Wars ;)

Harrumph! What part of seven don't you understand? I can't even cross the street on a don't walk with him around even if there are no cars anywhere near. ;P


Aberzombie wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Treppa wrote:
I have the feeling this crack in the foundation is not going to be cheap to fix, particularly since it is right below the air conditioner. :(
Eh? Wuzzat? A crack in the foundation? Hmmmm...need more data to process.
It's a crack from the bottom of a basement window down about four feet, right where the pipes and electrical service for the laundry machines are placed. Water leaks in when it rains. And it's right under the air conditioner and its concrete pad and a huge bush. :-( :-(
Hmmm....a good masonry expert might be able to get in there and fix it. If not, I've heard of compounds that are really good at bonding with cement and fixing cracks like that - depending, of course, on the size of the crack. I always work better with visuals.

I've heard of stuff that can be injected in the crack [there ya go, Uri] but not if it works reliably.


Good luck with the foundation repair, Treppa. That does not sound good, hopefully it will be easier to fix than it looks.

Silver Crusade

Aberzombie wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
En route downstate. Stopped at our favorite little diner in Albany. Ugh - we're going to get there so late.
You should come down to Philly one day. You could meet Charlie!

I would totally have to do that if we move to the East Coast. Not to mention stalking FH.

Scarab Sages

Treppa wrote:
I've heard of stuff that can be injected in the crack [there ya go, Uri] but not if it works reliably.

Depends on the size of the crack (another for Uri). I had a gap between my back patio slab and the main house slab that varied between 1/4 inch and 3/8 inch, and I filled it in with an adhesive compound that bonded to the concrete. A lot of that stuff comes in tubes the opening of which can be snipped to accomodate whatever size gap you have (up to a certain limit, of course).

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Treppa wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Hurrah! My Inner Sea Guide is shipping and I just downloaded my pdf. Just in time to prep for my new Shackled City campaign. I'm looking for somewhere in Golarion to relocate Cauldron.
Have you run Shackled City before?

Nope - this will be the first time. I've found a lot of good suggestions at theRPGenius.com but not much in terms of converting to Golarion.

Scarab Sages

Celestial Healer wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
En route downstate. Stopped at our favorite little diner in Albany. Ugh - we're going to get there so late.
You should come down to Philly one day. You could meet Charlie!
I would totally have to do that if we move to the East Coast. Not to mention stalking FH.

Huzzah! East Coast stalking FTW!

By the by: Open invitation to everyone I like: If you're ever in Philly, feel free to come to my home and partake of food and beer.


Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Hurrah! My Inner Sea Guide is shipping and I just downloaded my pdf. Just in time to prep for my new Shackled City campaign. I'm looking for somewhere in Golarion to relocate Cauldron.
Have you run Shackled City before?
Nope - this will be the first time. I've found a lot of good suggestions at theRPGenius.com but not much in terms of converting to Golarion.

I ran it two to five years ago (yes, it went three years), but set it into Greyhawk because Golarion wasn't around when I started. Anyplace with volcanic-type mountains will work, depending on the flavor you seek. I put mine in the Amedio and gave it a South American twist, which was fun. The group still talks about the llama cutlets.

Scarab Sages

Ok, my friends. I'm out of here for tonight. Gotta go get my beauty sleep.

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Treppa wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Hurrah! My Inner Sea Guide is shipping and I just downloaded my pdf. Just in time to prep for my new Shackled City campaign. I'm looking for somewhere in Golarion to relocate Cauldron.
Have you run Shackled City before?
Nope - this will be the first time. I've found a lot of good suggestions at theRPGenius.com but not much in terms of converting to Golarion.
I ran it two to five years ago (yes, it went three years), but set it into Greyhawk because Golarion wasn't around when I started. Anyplace with volcanic-type mountains will work, depending on the flavor you seek. I put mine in the Amedio and gave it a South American twist, which was fun. The group still talks about the llama cutlets.

Thanks - I'm looking forward to this game. One of the players will be my wife. We plan to game once per month so it complements my Rise of the Runelords game (which is also about once per month) quite well.


It seems that I will be joining LPM and Solnes in the act of tobacco cessation. For lent I will be giving up tobacco. Since I have started up Muay Thai again I think it will be easier for me plus I don't have the stress of a family.

Anybody ever hear of eating right 4 your type? A classmate of mine says it's pretty good and fairly accurate. If any of you are wondering I am type O. Looks like I will be picking up another self help book.


Bravo, Woody! DO IT!

Wait...has Solnes given up tobacco?


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

Bravo, Woody! DO IT!

Wait...has Solnes given up tobacco?

I could be wrong. It has been a while since I checked.


I don't want to throw anybody under the nicotine bus or nuthin'...but...


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
I don't want to throw anybody under the nicotine bus or nuthin'...but...

It is a hard process. It can take several attempts. This will be my 3rd or 4th attempt to try to quit. I can't imgine how hard it is for people with kids. The best that can be done is try to beat your previous record. My current record is about two and a half months.


My wife went almost a year. :-(

Liberty's Edge

Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Hurrah! My Inner Sea Guide is shipping and I just downloaded my pdf. Just in time to prep for my new Shackled City campaign. I'm looking for somewhere in Golarion to relocate Cauldron.
Have you run Shackled City before?
Nope - this will be the first time. I've found a lot of good suggestions at theRPGenius.com but not much in terms of converting to Golarion.
I ran it two to five years ago (yes, it went three years), but set it into Greyhawk because Golarion wasn't around when I started. Anyplace with volcanic-type mountains will work, depending on the flavor you seek. I put mine in the Amedio and gave it a South American twist, which was fun. The group still talks about the llama cutlets.
Thanks - I'm looking forward to this game. One of the players will be my wife. We plan to game once per month so it complements my Rise of the Runelords game (which is also about once per month) quite well.

I played in Treppa's SCAP game and I thought it was really well done. The suggestion I would make is to not set the game in the immediate vicinity of the campaign setting for Golarion, but to set it in distant Arcadia. Barring that, the Sodden Lands wouldn't be too bad a choice.


On drinking 750 ml of Stella Artois while grading:

The first 375 ml nicely lubricated the grading of essay 1.
The second 375 ml made me completely incapable of forcing myself to finish grading essay 2.

WEE!!! I want to have fun!!!


Good luck, wood-man, and I hope Solnes and Moorluck are keepin' on with their struggle against the noxious weed. That's the kind of quitting I can respect.


Woodraven wrote:

It seems that I will be joining LPM and Solnes in the act of tobacco cessation. For lent I will be giving up tobacco. Since I have started up Muay Thai again I think it will be easier for me plus I don't have the stress of a family.

Anybody ever hear of eating right 4 your type? A classmate of mine says it's pretty good and fairly accurate. If any of you are wondering I am type O. Looks like I will be picking up another self help book.

Interesting premise. I'm not sure I buy it though. I'm a diet skeptic.

But as long as it works for you that's what matters. Good luck.

And congrats and good luck on the tobacco cessation. :)

Edit: I'll take another look at it when I'm more awake. Not sure if the physiology is sound, but it sure can't be worse than some of the crazy diets I've tried over the years. :)


I took a crack ... at getting the TOTP.

{flashes genitals}

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