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captain yesterday wrote:

My first Starfinder character!!

Pixistix, a LG Shirren Xenoseeker themed Solarion.

If anyone laughs about his name I'll have him act genuinely mystified.

Pixie sticks? Are those even legal on Absalom Station?!


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"Daddy, where did I come from?" seven-year-old Rachel asks. It is a moment for which her parents have carefully prepared. They take her into the living room, get out several books, and explain all they think she should know about sexual attraction, affection, love, and reproduction. Then they both sit back and smile contentedly. "Does that answer your question?" the mom asks. "Not really," the little girl says. "Judy said she came from Detroit. I want to know where I came from."


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A man boards a plane with six kids. After they get settled in their seats, a woman sitting across the aisle leans over to him and asks, "Are all of those kids yours?" He replies, "No. I work for a condom company, and these are customer complaints."


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On hearing that her elderly grandfather has just passed away, Katie goes straight to her grandparents' house to visit her 95-year-old grandmother and comfort her. When she asks how her grandfather has died, her grandmother replies, "He had a heart attack while we were making love on Sunday morning." Horrified, Katie tells her grandmother that two people nearly 100 years old having sex will surely be asking for trouble. "Oh no, my dear. Many years ago, realizing our advanced age, we figured out the best time to do it was when the church bells would start to ring. It was just the right rhythm. It was nice, slow, and even. Nothing too strenuous, simply in on the ding and out on the dong." She pauses, wipes away a tear and then continues, "And if that damned ice cream truck hadn't come along, he'd still be alive today!"


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
A man boards a plane with six kids. After they get settled in their seats, a woman sitting across the aisle leans over to him and asks, "Are all of those kids yours?" He replies, "No. I work for a condom company, and these are customer complaints."

Its your fault YOU baby sit them.


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Drejk wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

My first Starfinder character!!

Pixistix, a LG Shirren Xenoseeker themed Solarion.

If anyone laughs about his name I'll have him act genuinely mystified.

Pixie sticks? Are those even legal on Absalom Station?!

I think it depends on exactly where on the pixie you insert the stick.


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A little boy with diarrhea tells his mom that he needs Viagra. The mom asks, "Why on Earth do you need that?!" The little boy says, "Isn't that what you give daddy when his sh*t doesn't get hard?"


Mickey Mouse is in the middle of a nasty divorce from Minnie Mouse. Mickey spoke to the judge about the separation. "I'm sorry Mickey, but I can't legally separate you two on the grounds that Minnie is mentally insane," said the judge. Mickey replied, "I didn't say she was mentally insane, I said that she's f*cking Goofy!"


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Mickey Mouse is in the middle of a nasty divorce from Minnie Mouse. Mickey spoke to the judge about the separation. "I'm sorry Mickey, but I can't legally separate you two on the grounds that Minnie is mentally insane," said the judge. Mickey replied, "I didn't say she was mentally insane, I said that she's f*cking Goofy!"

There is a mental Image I could of gone without.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Mickey Mouse is in the middle of a nasty divorce from Minnie Mouse. Mickey spoke to the judge about the separation. "I'm sorry Mickey, but I can't legally separate you two on the grounds that Minnie is mentally insane," said the judge. Mickey replied, "I didn't say she was mentally insane, I said that she's f*cking Goofy!"
There is a mental Image I could of gone without.

If you don't want those kinds of images in your head, then you're in the wrong place.


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Does this help clear your mind?


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Does this help clear your mind?

Don't recognize that anime. She has nice animations however.

Also I feel like mickey is the more pay a hit man to deal with the problem type then divorce court.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Does this help clear your mind?

Don't recognize that anime. She has nice animations however.

Also I feel like mickey is the more pay a hit man to deal with the problem type then divorce court.

It's from Dragonaut. I've only seen the first 5 or so episodes so far, but it seems pretty good. Punniculus posted a pic the other day of another character from the show.


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Got Hulu recently They have decent collection of animes surpriseingly. Watched akame ga kill, and hero academia both were good. Re-watching Gundam wing now.


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I use Netflix and Crunchyroll for anime. I don't know if you can stream Dragonaut, but you can get the discs from Netflix. So far I've watched the 1st disc, which had 5 or 6 episodes on it.


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Monster: Catnip

Do you have a cat familiar or companion? Maybe there is a catfolk in your party?


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All that's left for my Starfinder order is to make it through the bowels of hell otherwise known as central Illinois to here.

Truly, the most harrowing part of the journey.


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I dunno. I like central Illinois.


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It's better than central Iowa I'll give it that. :-)


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"Dad, do we have anything that can shoot something, that i can put above my door, it doesn't have to be lethal" - Pea Bear, asking one of the many questions the parenting books can't prepare you for.


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Give her a two-pronged twig with a rubber band in the middle. You can shoot stuff with it, hang it over a door easily, it isn't lethal, and best of all? It's insanely cheap.


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"I'm the best sister ever!" - Pea Bear, about using Tiny T-Rex as a guinea pig for her various booby traps.


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The Game Hamster wrote:
Give her a two-pronged twig with a rubber band in the middle. You can shoot stuff with it, hang it over a door easily, it isn't lethal, and best of all? It's insanely cheap.

She's creative, she can figure that all out on her own, she certainly isn't spending any mermaid tail money on it, and she knows I won't bankroll revenge schemes against her brother. :-)


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I'll go to bed earlier today... I planned... Yeah, right! I still need to should take advantage of hot water in the boiler and get a bath.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
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Sword & dagger, bayonets, Italian WW1 trench knife and Polish sabre.

The sabre tournament is on Saturday morning (Yikes...)

Videos!
It's not Limeylongears (I suspect), but here's a video that claims to be Polish Saber fighting.

It certainly is not me, but yep, that's it :)


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Off to bath... Of course I have an inflow of ideas for a new set of classes...

When was the last time that I finished a class?

It might have been three years ago. And only because Greg took it for publication and I simply had to put finishing touches on it...


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Washed now... Time to bed...


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captain yesterday wrote:
It's better than central Iowa I'll give it that. :-)

I like there too...


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Then you obviously haven't been through it enough.


The Game Hamster wrote:

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I like my microsoft stuff...

Microsoft has a bad habit of thinking they know better than their user base what their user base wants, needs, and so on and with misjudging what people are open to accepting. I have had quite a few instances of MS forcing things on me that I don't want that cause problems for me. At this point they are necessary but really irritating.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

My first Starfinder character!!

Pixistix, a LG Shirren Xenoseeker themed Solarion.

If anyone laughs about his name I'll have him act genuinely mystified.

Does he have a sister called Lik-m-aid?

Was this... this was named by Freehold, was t it?


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Tacticslion wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

My first Starfinder character!!

Pixistix, a LG Shirren Xenoseeker themed Solarion.

If anyone laughs about his name I'll have him act genuinely mystified.

Does he have a sister called Lik-m-aid?
Was this... this was named by Freehold, was t it?

no, I would have named it something like courtesans friend, which is used in my games currently to eliminate the poor taste of certain passionate byproducts and fillers. It is a natural and comes in a variety of fruity flavors.

Great seller. The party has made a killing at their massage parlors with it.


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I figure he'll have a weakness for burying his antennae in alien pollen.


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I have enough 90s music on ITunes to last six and a half days.

Does that make me more grunge then everyone else, or that dad with the huge classic music collection that stops you to talk about it if you make eye contact with him.


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captain yesterday wrote:

I have enough 90s music on ITunes to last six and a half days.

Does that make me more grunge then everyone else, or that dad with the huge classic music collection that stops you to talk about it if you make eye contact with him.

I know we're all playing in a fantasy world here, but even so, in what part of that fantasy world is 90's music considered classic rock?


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The classic rock stations on the radio.

The teenagers Pea Bear hangs out with.

The parents of the teenagers Pea Bear hangs out with.

College kids at work.


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::shudder::
I'm going to go back to my old person cave with my Cream, Kinks, and Dire Straits. And some Chicago from the days before they began to suck.


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I have Cream.

No Dire Straits though.

Other than punk and heavy metal my 80s music is thankfully bereft.

And Hazy Shade Of Winter, a musical treasure.


Tacticslion wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:

<.<

>.>
I like my microsoft stuff...
Microsoft has a bad habit of thinking they know better than their user base what their user base wants, needs, and so on and with misjudging what people are open to accepting. I have had quite a few instances of MS forcing things on me that I don't want that cause problems for me. At this point they are necessary but really irritating.

Example: Cortana is the single worst and slowest search engine I've ever had on a computer. Maybe it's because "she" searches the Internet for the sake of completion. Maybe it's because she's busy (note: it is hilarious and suspicious, here, that my autocorrect kept trying to turn this into, "maybe it's because she's busty"... >.>) trying to take all of my info and turn it not private (no matter how many times or places I switch it to wanting my information to be private), maybe it's because she is poorly programmed, or maybe it's because she just sucks. I don't know. But I didn't want this kind of a program on my computer. But I have no daggum choice because, apparently, she's a central/integrated part of the daggum Windows 10 OS that I also didn't want to update to, until MS just forced my computer to update one day while I was asleep, simulate musky invalidating many of my games, my old PDFs, my old Word - oh, and that's another thing: Word keeps connecting to the Internet now to show me little advertising Windows suggesting that I purchase... Microsoft Word. It is super obnoxious, can't be closed, takes up too much space, and is entirely worthless. And so on.


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captain yesterday wrote:
"I'm the best sister ever!" - Pea Bear, about using Tiny T-Rex as a guinea pig for her various booby traps.

Sounds like great sistering to me! Get's him used to the easy stuff before he goes and loots a pyramid, or some such.


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Apple lets me turn off their stupid Siri whatever.


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lisamarlene wrote:

::shudder::

I'm going to go back to my old person cave with my Cream, Kinks, and Dire Straits. And some Chicago from the days before they began to suck.

Wow.

That sure is old.

blasts public enemy


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The kid's new favorite way to pick out books at story time.

Sit in front of the book corner with three bookshelves and close their eyes and blindly grabbing three books.

I started it when Tiny T-Rex was grumpy one night and it's taken off from there.


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The General (noticing the tack is missing from Tiny T-Rex's calendar): Tiny T-Rex, did you knock the pin out somewhere?

Tiny T-Rex: I didn't I swear! I just spun it around really fast, like this, and it flew out!


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Hey captain is back to that picture.


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captain yesterday wrote:

All that's left for my Starfinder order is to make it through the bowels of hell otherwise known as central Illinois to here.

Truly, the most harrowing part of the journey.

Yes, Central Illinois is indeed a cesspit of Herculean proportions. East Central Illinois, on the other hand, is...well, it isn't necessarily all that much better, but it's home.


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captain yesterday wrote:
It's better than central Iowa I'll give it that. :-)

All you need to know about Iowa in 42 seconds.


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What does the receptionist at the sperm clinic say when clients are leaving? “Thanks for coming!”


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
What does the receptionist at the sperm clinic say when clients are leaving? “Thanks for coming!”

Ugh!


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A professor was giving a lecture on involuntary muscular contractions to his first year medical students. Realizing that this was not the most riveting subject, he decided to lighten the mood. He pointed to a young woman in the front row and asked, "Do you know what your a%@$&!! is doing while you're having an orgasm?" She replied, "He's probably playing golf with his friends."

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