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Pea Bear never really got into MLP (despite her love for and desire to be a horse) so I've never actually seen it, ever.


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WATCH IT NOW


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GIVE HASBRO ALL YOUR MONEY


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lisamarlene wrote:

It was part of The Game.

"So ya know, I was talkin to Bob the other day, and I said, you know Bob, there's that new sushi place down at the other end of town there, we oughtta try it. They say they got all kinds of fish in that sushi there.
But, ya know, Bob was real disappointed because he asked them for lutefisk, and they said they didn't have that one, and he got kinda upset just a little bit, and he was grumbly, and then he said well then how bout some walleye?
And they didn't have that one either.
And no coleslaw.
Now I ask you. Who would open up a fish place and not serve coleslaw?
Well I can tell you, Bob and I certainly won't be back. They need to learn a thing or two about how we do things in this neck of the woods."

Yah, they should really add catfish to the menu. Battered and fried, of course. Throw in some coleslaw and hush puppies and you got a good meal right there, don't ya know. Classic midwestern sushi.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Pea Bear never really got into MLP (despite her love for and desire to be a horse) so I've never actually seen it, ever.

I turned it on just to see what the big deal was, and it was decent enough for me to continue with. I will admit, "watching" it mainly meant having it on in the background while I did other things, so I wasn't paying the closest of attention, but I think I got the gist of it.


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Twilight Sparkle: alicorn royal wrote:
WATCH IT NOW

Everything i learned about MLP i learned from Bob's Burgers.


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The Game Hamster wrote:
Season 7 IS a huge step up, but I might be a little biased.

Looks like season 7 isn't up on Netflix, so I've not seen it.


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Olde Timey Fisticuffs Yesterday wrote:
Twilight Sparkle: alicorn royal wrote:
WATCH IT NOW
Everything i learned about MLP i learned from Bob's Burgers.

I tried watching an episode of that and could only stand it for about 3 minutes. Not my cup of tea.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Pea Bear never really got into MLP (despite her love for and desire to be a horse) so I've never actually seen it, ever.
I turned it on just to see what the big deal was, and it was decent enough for me to continue with. I will admit, "watching" it mainly meant having it on in the background while I did other things, so I wasn't paying the closest of attention, but I think I got the gist of it.

I hardly think you can get the gist of a cartoon without paying close attention to it.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Olde Timey Fisticuffs Yesterday wrote:
Twilight Sparkle: alicorn royal wrote:
WATCH IT NOW
Everything i learned about MLP i learned from Bob's Burgers.
I tried watching an episode of that and could only stand it for about 3 minutes. Not my cup of tea.

Those words! Can they be used in a sentence like that!! That can't be right.


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I've seen every episode of SpongeBob Squarepants.


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On a possibly unrelated note, I was watching a video earlier that was discussing, among other things, Hitler's invasion of Russia in WW2. They said the following about the Germans: "His troops didn't have coats, warm boots, or snow tires. They weren't ready to visit Minnesota, much less beat Stalin in an away game."

I liked that.


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captain yesterday wrote:
I've seen every episode of SpongeBob Squarepants.

I used to like Spongebob, but it got too annoying for me. Eventually.


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Limeylongears wrote:
How many other offspring of rural clerics (of one sort or another) do we have other than Gran Rey, the Captain and (possibly) Tacticslion?

Is there room for a cleric/x (not sure how to classify the other elements of my training) son of rural experts??


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Captain Oblivious wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Pea Bear never really got into MLP (despite her love for and desire to be a horse) so I've never actually seen it, ever.
I turned it on just to see what the big deal was, and it was decent enough for me to continue with. I will admit, "watching" it mainly meant having it on in the background while I did other things, so I wasn't paying the closest of attention, but I think I got the gist of it.
I hardly think you can get the gist of a cartoon without paying close attention to it.

Actually, in this case Cap oblivious is right. If you did the same thing with the other great cartoons (Gravity Falls, Avatar:the Last Airbender, Legend of Korra) to come out recently, you'd miss allot of the humor, or the important stuff in the background THAT DOES get referenced later.


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I am now dreaming about what it would be like to get my Starfinder shipping notice.

Or at least I did last night. It was magical.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP MLP
Only if I get to kill the ponies.
good god are you mad?!?
Rarity and Twilight do piss me off occasionally. Which is a shame, because Tara Strong is beautiful and I don't want to hate her work.

RARITY IS MY NUMBER 2 PONY!!


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captain yesterday wrote:
Pea Bear never really got into MLP (despite her love for and desire to be a horse) so I've never actually seen it, ever.

You must remedy this.


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Twilight Sparkle: alicorn royal wrote:
GIVE HASBRO ALL YOUR MONEY

piles massive offerings of cash to Hasbro, will offer more if fighting is magic is okayed


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Olde Timey Fisticuffs Yesterday wrote:
Twilight Sparkle: alicorn royal wrote:
WATCH IT NOW
Everything i learned about MLP i learned from Bob's Burgers.

I...have been to events like that, and have known people like the stereotypes shown there...


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Yes, i heard from a brony that comes into work that it was an incredibly accurate depiction. :-)

They've also nailed drone enthusiasts pretty realistically. :-)

For the record, all the MLP fans that come into work are super delightful and cheerful. :-)


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As my dad is fond of saying "There's an a$&%#$$ in every group, don't let it be you"


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captain yesterday wrote:

Yes, i heard from a brony that comes into work that it was an incredibly accurate depiction. :-)

They've also nailed drone enthusiasts pretty realistically. :-)

For the record, all the MLP fans that come into work are super delightful and cheerful. :-)

brohoof said brony for me, tell him pinkie pie is best pony, Luna is best princess, greetings from HOOFLYN and Broniesnyc! He'll get it.


captain yesterday wrote:
For those that know comic books, is Cable a bad guy in Deadpool or is it more complicated then that.
John Napier 698 wrote:
From what I recall, Cable fights against the emergence of a dark, post-apocalyptic future where the Sentinels have exterminated all the mutants and most of Humanity. So, yes, probably a good guy.

You are correct, John. Cable is a grimdark (well, you know, for Marvel) super-hero, emphasis on the hero.

That said, I know some of the people at Marvel wanted to put marriages* er, I mean, Cable through the wringer, and did weird things to his powers and mind for a while, plus this is Deadpool, so it's probably "more complicated than that."

* Sorry, I'm still a little bitter about Marvel ruining, like, all their stable relationships/marriages for needless drama. Dang it.

John Napier 698 wrote:
I'd like to say that, with all the walking that I've done recently, I've lost some weight. My belt is using the fourth hole from the tip for the first time in a long time. :)

This is awesome, my man! Keep up the good work!

Related, for me it's TKD, and my pants are starting to have consistent problems staying on... >.>

I, uh, might have spent too much time around FaWtL...

captain yesterday wrote:
No Starfinder today. :-(>

Just for expectations management department, Sara's said that they had such a mind-blowingly large volume of shipping, they aren't necessarily going to get everything out in as timely a manner as they'd like. Basically, their warehouse is super-overwhelmed. XD

lisamarlene wrote:

It was part of The Game.

"So ya know, I was talkin to Bob the other day, and I said, you know Bob, there's that new sushi place down at the other end of town there, we oughtta try it. They say they got all kinds of fish in that sushi there.
But, ya know, Bob was real disappointed because he asked them for lutefisk, and they said they didn't have that one, and he got kinda upset just a little bit, and he was grumbly, and then he said well then how bout some walleye?
And they didn't have that one either.
And no coleslaw.
Now I ask you. Who would open up a fish place and not serve coleslaw?
Well I can tell you, Bob and I certainly won't be back. They need to learn a thing or two about how we do things in this neck of the woods."

gran rey de los rural wrote:
Yah, they should really add catfish to the menu. Battered and fried, of course. Throw in some coleslaw and hush puppies and you got a good meal right there, don't ya know. Classic midwestern Southeastern sushi.

XD


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Twilight Sparkle: alicorn royal wrote:
WATCH IT NOW
Olde Timey Fisticuffs Yesterday wrote:
Everything i learned about MLP i learned from Bob's Burgers.
gran rey de los mono wrote:
I tried watching an episode of that and could only stand it for about 3 minutes. Not my cup of tea.
captain yesterday wrote:
Those words! Can they be used in a sentence like that!! That can't be right.
captain yesterday wrote:
I've seen every episode of SpongeBob Squarepants.

It's stuff like this that makes me realize exactly how unlike our two preferences in animated entertainment.

You're awesome, though!


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Also, it feels so daggum nice to have a moment to, you know, think.

I might need to use it to sleep, instead, though...


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ALL the dishes are done!

The laundry is sorted!!

It's not even ten in the morning!!!


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So to me, "PDF available August 17" means, "PDF available August 17".

That means that:
(a) I would be extremely surprised if someone was able to download a non-pirated version of the PDF before then, and
(b) The warehouse is going to try to set up shipping so that most hard copies arrive on either the 16th or the 17th

So I love seeing all the anticipation (just because I have no interest in a game doesn't mean I don't appreciate watching the enthusiasm of those who do), but I'll be remarkably surprised if anyone gets anything Starfinder before next Wednesday.


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I'm fine with waiting for my turn for Starfinder, i've waited this long, it won't hurt me to wait a bit longer and I'm not going to sully it by being impatient. :-)


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The good and the bad of preparing for a backpack trip with the kids:

(1) It's excellent bonding. On Sunday we walked 2 miles with no packs. On Monday we walked around 1.2 miles with 10-pound packs. Yesterday we walked 2 miles with 20-pound packs. Yesterday Impus Minor suggested "one-word stories" where each person in turn has to add a word to the story, and the time positively flew by. On Monday with 10-pound packs, he couldn't do the whole loop. On Tuesday with double the weight but stories, he had no issues until his fall.
Best sentence according to the voters: "Attila, who rubbed vitamins on himself aggressively, bellydanced sensuously."

(2) It can lead to pre-trip injuries. Impus Minor didn't notice the staircase at the end of the walk and went face-first down the concrete staircase with a 20-pound pack on his back. Fortunately, I had just shown him through example that morning how to slap the ground rather than locking your arms, so he escaped with nothing more than two badly-scraped knees.

Hoping to get in a 20/20/30 pound walk today (20 for the kids, 30 for me), but time is tight (Impus Minor has a haircut appointment) and Impus Minor may ask to rest his knees for a day.


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The way I see it is, they'll have shipping wrapped up by the 18th, so either way I'll have Starfinder for my birthday. :-)


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NobodysHome wrote:

The good and the bad of preparing for a backpack trip with the kids:

(1) It's excellent bonding. On Sunday we walked 2 miles with no packs. On Monday we walked around 1.2 miles with 10-pound packs. Yesterday we walked 2 miles with 20-pound packs. Yesterday Impus Minor suggested "one-word stories" where each person in turn has to add a word to the story, and the time positively flew by. On Monday with 10-pound packs, he couldn't do the whole loop. On Tuesday with double the weight but stories, he had no issues until his fall.
Best sentence according to the voters: "Attila, who rubbed vitamins on himself aggressively, bellydanced sensuously."

(2) It can lead to pre-trip injuries. Impus Minor didn't notice the staircase at the end of the walk and went face-first down the concrete staircase with a 20-pound pack on his back. Fortunately, I had just shown him through example that morning how to slap the ground rather than locking your arms, so he escaped with nothing more than two badly-scraped knees.

Hoping to get in a 20/20/30 pound walk today (20 for the kids, 30 for me), but time is tight (Impus Minor has a haircut appointment) and Impus Minor may ask to rest his knees for a day.

I favorite'd this so the next time the kids complain about one of my two mile fun walks to Midvale being a "death march" I can show them this. :-)


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Coincidentally, I'm getting the kids used to walking to school again* by walking to school, which is a mile away, mostly uphill, across some train tracks (Or under it but the tunnel adds an extra 5-10 minutes and bypasses the woods) and through the turkey woods (lots of wild turkeys in the turkey woods).

* Pea Bear's school is two and a half blocks away so it's mostly for Tiny T-Rex's benefit.


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So I hadn't been canoeing in thirty years.
And my sister had been going on and on and on about the canoe she bought this spring, and how she'd researched it and had found this amazing deal.
And I thought, "What gives? It's a canoe. It's made of aluminum. You paddle it. Big deal."
Well, apparently the big deal is that canoes have changed a LOT in thirty years.
No aluminum. (No burning metal on bare skin!)
Contoured seats with adjustable backrests. (This was the win; I am NOT IN PAIN TODAY, and by all rights I should be.)
We took the kids and paddled the entire circumference of Fish Lake, all the way down to the dam and back. (It was only about six miles, so not too bad... it only took us a couple of hours.) Grandma and Auntie stayed on their lounge chairs on the beach. Then we got ice cream.
We're going again next Tuesday.
THIS is what vacation feels like.


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SOOOOOOON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Nothing's gonna stop you now.


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It might... You never know.
Or do you? I wouldn't know, I'm sure.


So stinkin' tired...


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And the night sneaks on me again. Time to sleep after this rather unproductive day...


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Thing I learned today:
Legend of Korra was only supposed to be 1 season long, but was later forced to go on for an additional three seasons by Cartoon Network attempting to milk the series from the success of the The Last Airbender.
Which explains everything.


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Playgrounds are so boring!!


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It has shipped!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Starshipped?


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Limeylongears wrote:
Starshipped?

We shipped this AP.

We shipped this AP on rock and rooooo-OOOLLL!


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lisamarlene wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Starshipped?

We shipped this AP.

We shipped this AP on rock and rooooo-OOOLLL!

I think that's a commonly-misunderstood line. It's "We shipped this AP on rocks and trolls".


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Ratfolk have cheek pouches!!

I'm so making one that stores grenades or small weapons in his and spits them out ala Rico from The Penguins Of Madagascar. Except Ratfolk instead of Penguin.


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NobodysHome wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Starshipped?

We shipped this AP.

We shipped this AP on rock and rooooo-OOOLLL!

I think that's a commonly-misunderstood line. It's "We shipped this AP on rocks and trolls".

Now I'm envisioning a Muppet Starfinder TROLLS IN SPAAAAAAACE!


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Solarion is actually pretty sweet. :-)


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It appears to be summer on Triaxus.

Maybe.

It's hard to tell while skimming on my phone.

Still dragony.


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I still don't like Kasatha.

Lashunta are still dimorphic, it's just not sexual anymore.

Elves, dwarves, and such get a page each, which is more than I thought they'd get.

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