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Much better carrying capacity, clearly...

Liberty's Edge

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For all that junk in the trunk?


Don't know, have no opinion...

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

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cort: Don't break the developers until they've had a chance to wear down.

Silver Crusade

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Gary Teter wrote:
cort: Don't break the developers until they've had a chance to wear down.

But then they'll be out of warranty!

Paizo Employee Developer

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Christopher Anthony wrote:
Sharaya: I would totally trade my scooter for a sky bison

yip yip


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Mark Moreland wrote:
Christopher Anthony wrote:
Sharaya: I would totally trade my scooter for a sky bison
yip yip

MY CABBAGES!!!

Technology Manager

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Rysky wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
cort: Don't break the developers until they've had a chance to wear down.
But then they'll be out of warranty!

I buy them off a truck in an alley, I'm pretty much assuming the warranty is void.

Silver Crusade

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Cort Odekirk wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
cort: Don't break the developers until they've had a chance to wear down.
But then they'll be out of warranty!
I buy them off a truck in an alley, I'm pretty much assuming the warranty is void.

Wow, that must be one sketchy alley to buy developers from if they don't offer warranties.

Paizo Employee Organized Play Coordinator

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[redacted]: I can't pee in 2D.

Paizo Employee Customer Service Manager

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gary: i got 3d8 and i got a hankering for rolling

...

sharaya: is something going to explode?

diego: Just the universe

Silver Crusade

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Cort Odekirk wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
cort: Don't break the developers until they've had a chance to wear down.
But then they'll be out of warranty!
I buy them off a truck in an alley, I'm pretty much assuming the warranty is void.

Cort's avatar makes that even creepier.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

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Sara Marie: "The button does not do anything (but please do not keep clicking it)."


Vic Wertz wrote:
Sara Marie: "The button does not do anything (but please do not keep clicking it)."

Kudos to Sara Marie for anticipating human nature before it reared its ugly head... now get to work on eliminating stupid questions. :)

Paizo Employee Customer Service Representative

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Katina: I keep smelling phantom nachos.

Paizo Employee Customer Service Manager

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katina: I'm not capable of naming characters in video games without mental distress, so I should probably not be consulted for choosing a name for a human baby.

Dark Archive

"For lo, he shall be called Tim, Tim the Great"


For Stupid Human Names, how about William the Conqueror's pre-conquering title: William the Bastard?

Paizo Employee Customer Service Manager

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gary: well, i learned my lesson with the coffee ballista

Dark Archive Software Developer

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Katina: Well, you know what they say. You dim sum, you lose sum.

Paizo Employee Customer Service Manager

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Robot Chris: Suspicions rise that Cosmo is a bunch of sentient dumplings in human suit

Cosmo: Even I am not that awesome.

Katina: wait, what?

Gary: semi-sentient?

Katina: That’s not the real cosmo, guys. he said he’s not awesome

Gary: well i tried to pull his mime makeup off because it sure loooked like a rubber mask

Katina: Someone do that blood test from The Thing on him!

Cosmo: Naw... it’s jsut THAT how awesome a sentient Dumpling Golem would be

Christopher: Sentience is directly proportional to caffeine consumption.

Gary: i'm sorry.. about all the blood

Robot Chris: wow I read that as “out of blood”

Gary: do we need to send the blood cart over by your desk
Gary: it's the new roboticized one
Gary: the phlebotobot

Katina: ANYTHING FROM THE BLOOD TROLLEYYYY </cute old british lady accent>

Christopher: If he was sentient dumplings, one would hope it would be bloodless.

Robot Chris: wow this is weird

Katina: Well, you know what they say. You dim sum, you lose sum.


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Blasphemers! A pox on all your inboxes!

Technology Manager

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William: Wait, we have blood sacrifices?

Gary: You should read the memos.

William: You all really need to update your job postings. That's a selling point, you shouldn't be hiding this.

Cort: "Blood Sacrifice" gets your ad auto removed from Craig's List.

Dark Archive Software Developer

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Sharaya: I try not to be too judgmental...
Sharaya: But that crosses a line for me on some level

Grand Lodge

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Christopher Anthony wrote:
Katina: Well, you know what they say. You dim sum, you lose sum.

This speaks to me, given my one experience with dim sum.

Dark Archive Software Developer

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Robot Chris: doesn't even have the decency to have legs

Paizo Employee Sales Associate

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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Christopher Anthony wrote:
Katina: Well, you know what they say. You dim sum, you lose sum.

This speaks to me, given my one experience with dim sum.

You obviously need more and better experiences with dim sum.

Silver Crusade

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Christopher Anthony wrote:
Robot Chris: doesn't even have the decency to have legs

... aren't you a Roomba?


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Rysky wrote:
Christopher Anthony wrote:
Robot Chris: doesn't even have the decency to have legs
... aren't you a Roomba?

Possibly. Does she have a cat dressed in a shark costume sitting on top of her as she moves around?

Grand Lodge

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Cosmo wrote:
You obviously need more and better experiences with dim sum.

You mean the food isn't always cold and slimy?

RPG Superstar 2008 Top 32

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Someone get this man some Din Tai Fung!

Paizo Employee Sales Associate

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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Cosmo wrote:
You obviously need more and better experiences with dim sum.
You mean the food isn't always cold and slimy?

Some of it is HOT and slimy!

Paizo Employee Customer Service Representative

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Cosmo wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Cosmo wrote:
You obviously need more and better experiences with dim sum.
You mean the food isn't always cold and slimy?
Some of it is HOT and slimy!

And all of it is delicious.


Katina Davis wrote:
Cosmo wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Cosmo wrote:
You obviously need more and better experiences with dim sum.
You mean the food isn't always cold and slimy?
Some of it is HOT and slimy!
And all of it is delicious.

So; Hot, Slimy and Alive?

Dark Archive

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Insane KillMaster wrote:
So; Hot, Slimy and Alive?

Gakh is best live.

Community Manager

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Gary: *may be somewhat unclear as to what gives customer services joy*
Diego: The blood of our enemies
Gary: Yeah, I was thinking it's got to be knife related.


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For the Gninja:
Have you seen this yet?

Community Manager

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Dread Piewright Jacques Pepin wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
I have seen it!

Katina: GIMME FUEL GIMME FIRE GIMME DABADABAZIRE

Community Manager

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Sharaya: I'm sorry, did you say "tear gas" or "anthrax?"


Liz Courts wrote:
Dread Piewright Jacques Pepin wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **

Katina: GIMME FUEL GIMME FIRE GIMME DABADABAZIRE

Hold me closer, Tony Danza.

Community Manager

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Sara Marie: Did you just ask if there are any Daniel Tiger songs covering PMS?

Community Manager

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Ashley: Filters are for fish tanks and automobiles.

Paizo Employee Customer Service Manager

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sharaya: Things I never expected to write in a work-related email:

sharaya: "So, we do not have any spare orc heads laying around."

Paizo Employee Customer Service Manager

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liz: I thought you said "cupcake wedgies"
liz: And I was saddened at the waste of cupcake

Paizo Employee Sales Associate

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Ashley: ooba-muncha, ooba, ooba, ooba-muncha.

Ashley: I can't stop this feelin,
Ashley: deep inside my stomach,
Ashley: burrito you just don't realize,
Ashley: what you do me.

Ashley: I-I-I-I-I'M, HOOKED ON A BURRITO!

Ashley: (you know you all wanted that song stuck in your head, you're welcome)

Paizo Employee Customer Service Representative

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Cosmo wrote:

Ashley: ooba-muncha, ooba, ooba, ooba-muncha.

Ashley: I can't stop this feelin,
Ashley: deep inside my stomach,
Ashley: burrito you just don't realize,
Ashley: what you do me.

Ashley: I-I-I-I-I'M, HOOKED ON A BURRITO!

Ashley: (you know you all wanted that song stuck in your head, you're welcome)

I feel that it's worth mentioning at this point that every time a group of Paizo employees goes to Ooba for lunch, they refer to us collectively as 'Cosmo'.

Community Manager

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Katina Davis wrote:
I feel that it's worth mentioning at this point that every time a group of Paizo employees goes to Ooba for lunch, they refer to us collectively as 'Cosmo'.

We use his name in vain frequently.


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Liz Courts wrote:
Katina Davis wrote:
I feel that it's worth mentioning at this point that every time a group of Paizo employees goes to Ooba for lunch, they refer to us collectively as 'Cosmo'.
We use his name in vain frequently.

*can't tell if sacrosanct or blasphemy*


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Pontiff Rysky, of Cult of Cosmo wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Katina Davis wrote:
I feel that it's worth mentioning at this point that every time a group of Paizo employees goes to Ooba for lunch, they refer to us collectively as 'Cosmo'.
We use his name in vain frequently.
*can't tell if sacrosanct or blasphemy*

Yes.


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Priestess of Lamashtu wrote:
Pontiff Rysky, of Cult of Cosmo wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Katina Davis wrote:
I feel that it's worth mentioning at this point that every time a group of Paizo employees goes to Ooba for lunch, they refer to us collectively as 'Cosmo'.
We use his name in vain frequently.
*can't tell if sacrosanct or blasphemy*
Yes.

Good point, sagacious one.

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