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Paizo Employee Sales Imp

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Robot Chris: sounds like we need a t-rex

*NOTE: This statement is always true.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

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Christopher Anthony wrote:
Cheapy wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
christopher: "Love Hydra" is definitely something from the Pathfinder Kama Sutra.
Thanks for spoiling the next Paizo Hardcover, Karel! <3
It's going to be a soft cover made from velvet and featuring a snug slipcase. I think the production values rival the Rise of the Runelords Collector's Edition. You'll love it. Should be up for preorder in a couple weeks.

Some of you—not naming names—may want to hold out for the zippered leatherbound edition.

Paizo Employee Sales Imp

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Me (seeing that a storm has rolled in outside): THE STORM HAS ARRIVED

Liz: HAI WIND

Christopher Anthony: Eh, it's just a little wind.

Crystal: Storm?

Erik: Skorm?

Christopher Anthony: Khorne?

Liz: BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD!

Christopher Anthony: SKULLS FOR THE SKULL THRONE!

Liz Courts coughs.

Erik Keith wonders what kind of Throne Christopher is sitting on.

Paizo Employee Developer

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John: Because Additional Resources went up two days early this month, we'll get people asking us about getting those updates even earlier next month.

Mark: See! See! It's like if you give a mouse a cookie...wags his finger emphatically and pauses for emphasis you get more mice!

John: How very spontaneous generation of you, Mark.

Sovereign Court

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John Compton wrote:

John: Because Additional Resources went up two days early this month, we'll get people asking us about getting those updates even earlier next month.

Mark: See! See! It's like if you give a mouse a cookie...wags his finger emphatically and pauses for emphasis you get more mice!

John: How very spontaneous generation of you, Mark.

But I thought if you give a mouse a cookie ...


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Vic Wertz wrote:
Christopher Anthony wrote:
Cheapy wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
christopher: "Love Hydra" is definitely something from the Pathfinder Kama Sutra.
Thanks for spoiling the next Paizo Hardcover, Karel! <3
It's going to be a soft cover made from velvet and featuring a snug slipcase. I think the production values rival the Rise of the Runelords Collector's Edition. You'll love it. Should be up for preorder in a couple weeks.
Some of you—not naming names—may want to hold out for the zippered leatherbound edition.

Could it be?!

...

Book Of Damned: Kytons?!

Liberty's Edge

Drejk wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
Christopher Anthony wrote:
Cheapy wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
christopher: "Love Hydra" is definitely something from the Pathfinder Kama Sutra.
Thanks for spoiling the next Paizo Hardcover, Karel! <3
It's going to be a soft cover made from velvet and featuring a snug slipcase. I think the production values rival the Rise of the Runelords Collector's Edition. You'll love it. Should be up for preorder in a couple weeks.
Some of you—not naming names—may want to hold out for the zippered leatherbound edition.

Could it be?!

...

Book Of Damned: Kytons?!

Such a tease.

Do go on, luv. It makes their agony all the sweeter.


Cosmo wrote:

Me (seeing that a storm has rolled in outside): THE STORM HAS ARRIVED

Liz: HAI WIND

Christopher Anthony: Eh, it's just a little wind.

Crystal: Storm?

Erik: Skorm?

Christopher Anthony: Khorne?

Liz: BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD!

Christopher Anthony: SKULLS FOR THE SKULL THRONE!

Liz Courts coughs.

Erik Keith wonders what kind of Throne Christopher is sitting on.

As a representative of the company Games Workshop, I insist that you cease and desist this expression of my client's IP or face the consequences.


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GW Lawyer wrote:
Cosmo wrote:

Me (seeing that a storm has rolled in outside): THE STORM HAS ARRIVED

Liz: HAI WIND

Christopher Anthony: Eh, it's just a little wind.

Crystal: Storm?

Erik: Skorm?

Christopher Anthony: Khorne?

Liz: BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD!

Christopher Anthony: SKULLS FOR THE SKULL THRONE!

Liz Courts coughs.

Erik Keith wonders what kind of Throne Christopher is sitting on.

As a representative of the company Games Workshop, I insist that you cease and desist this expression of my client's IP or face the consequences.

Well, , , that escalated quickly.

Liberty's Edge Digital Products Assistant

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Christopher Anthony: A corgi-sized lobster would be pure heaven.

Sara Marie: I prefer shrimp

Crystal: Corgi-sized shrimp would induce nightmares

Sara Marie: And be delicious
Sara Marie: I would eat them

Crystal: I would flee in terror from them as they issued their demands


New competition muckin' in on our turf, eh?

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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christopher: No, my legal name IS actually Comic Sans.

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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gary: if you're a toddler you can get jelly on your forehead just thinking about sammiches


Crystal Frasier wrote:

Christopher Anthony: A corgi-sized lobster would be pure heaven.

Sara Marie: I prefer shrimp

Crystal: Corgi-sized shrimp would induce nightmares

Sara Marie: And be delicious
Sara Marie: I would eat them

Crystal: I would flee in terror from them as they issued their demands

You're welcome.

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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christopher: Because [redacted] is made entirely out of crystalized spite?

liz: Thank you Captains Obvious.

christopher: You're welcome, Sergeant Snarkington.

Shadow Lodge

Fabius Maximus wrote:
Crystal Frasier wrote:

Christopher Anthony: A corgi-sized lobster would be pure heaven.

Sara Marie: I prefer shrimp

Crystal: Corgi-sized shrimp would induce nightmares

Sara Marie: And be delicious
Sara Marie: I would eat them

Crystal: I would flee in terror from them as they issued their demands

You're welcome.

Strap one to your arm and you have a buckler that bites back!

(Also the blue one is weirdly awesome looking.)

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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jessica: like a big, fuzzy, snarky blanket


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Orthos wrote:
Fabius Maximus wrote:
Crystal Frasier wrote:

Christopher Anthony: A corgi-sized lobster would be pure heaven.

Sara Marie: I prefer shrimp

Crystal: Corgi-sized shrimp would induce nightmares

Sara Marie: And be delicious
Sara Marie: I would eat them

Crystal: I would flee in terror from them as they issued their demands

You're welcome.

Strap one to your arm and you have a buckler that bites back!

(Also the blue one is weirdly awesome looking.)

They are kind of pretty, in a totally terrifying way.

Silver Crusade

Fabius Maximus wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Fabius Maximus wrote:
Crystal Frasier wrote:

Christopher Anthony: A corgi-sized lobster would be pure heaven.

Sara Marie: I prefer shrimp

Crystal: Corgi-sized shrimp would induce nightmares

Sara Marie: And be delicious
Sara Marie: I would eat them

Crystal: I would flee in terror from them as they issued their demands

You're welcome.

Strap one to your arm and you have a buckler that bites back!

(Also the blue one is weirdly awesome looking.)

They are kind of pretty, in a totally terrifying way.

I think they're cute. Granted, I'm a giant tauric spider hybrid myself so my opinion might be slightly biased.

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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liz: It would be cooler if the eye sockets were clear so you could see the amount of coffee beans in there.

gary: i have often thought the same things about my coworkers

Contributor, RPG Superstar 2010 Top 4

Sara Marie wrote:
gary: i have often thought the same things about my coworkers

I would flee in terror from Gary as he cranked his coworkers.

Webstore Gninja Minion

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Jim Groves wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
gary: i have often thought the same things about my coworkers
I would flee in terror from Gary as he cranked his coworkers.

That's the problem with older models, you need to crank the motor to get them started.

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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crystal: Huh... Giant Mosquitoes are medium-sized

crystal: A gnome drunk on persistence and gnomeshine could ride one


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Sara Marie wrote:

crystal: Huh... Giant Mosquitoes are medium-sized

crystal: A gnome drunk on persistence and gnomeshine could ride one

Golarion's first "gnomish rodeo" or first "airboat"?

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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sara marie: I have a sad little reciept for you

sara marie: I accidentally tore it in half

money chris: meh, I'll give you the money torn in half, then


Sara Marie wrote:
gary: if you're a toddler you can get jelly on your forehead just thinking about sammiches

Speaking of which, how is the Teter Tot, anyway?

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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cosmo: Demon Queen of Victuals

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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Readerbreeder wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
gary: if you're a toddler you can get jelly on your forehead just thinking about sammiches
Speaking of which, how is the Teter Tot, anyway?

Holy terror. And adorable beyond belief.


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Readerbreeder wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
gary: if you're a toddler you can get jelly on your forehead just thinking about sammiches
Speaking of which, how is the Teter Tot, anyway?
Sara Marie wrote:
cosmo: Demon Queen of Victuals

I thought the Teter Tot was a boy?

Spoiler:
Not the best timing on Sara's part... Or was it?

Sovereign Court Contributor

Texan monscutestrocity

For y'all.

Shadow Lodge

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Sara Marie wrote:
cosmo: Demon Queen of Victuals

So who sold their soul to her today? =)


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Orthos wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
cosmo: Demon Queen of Victuals
So who sold their soul to her today? =)

Heh heh. ^_^

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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jessica: I need my head amputated

Liberty's Edge Digital Products Assistant

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Sara Marie: Can I have a badge that says [redacted]?


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Sara Marie wrote:
jessica: I need my head amputated

WHY WOULD ANYONE FAVORITE THAT POST!!!!

I thought we liked Jessica.

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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cs erik: Thanks much Gary, I'll use these new powers for good

gary: good, evil, no skin off my back

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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christopher: My gramms always said that suffering builds character, and it's not that hard to inflict suffering on others.

Project Manager

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Cheapy wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
jessica: I need my head amputated

WHY WOULD ANYONE FAVORITE THAT POST!!!!

I thought we liked Jessica.

I just wanted my headache to go away.

The doctor refused to amputate, however.


I hear that Banhammers can help with headaches.


Jessica Price wrote:
Cheapy wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
jessica: I need my head amputated

WHY WOULD ANYONE FAVORITE THAT POST!!!!

I thought we liked Jessica.

I just wanted my headache to go away.

The doctor refused to amputate, however.

Story of my life...

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

crystal: we will be forced to deploy the murder turtles, or "murdles"

gary: oh man those things have been waddling around lately

gary: think they may have been gorging

Webstore Gninja Minion

Money Chris: TWIZZLERS DID NOT EAT THURSDAY


Cheapy wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
jessica: I need my head amputated

WHY WOULD ANYONE FAVORITE THAT POST!!!!

I thought we liked Jessica.

I was favoriting the sentiment, not the person referenced; my wife has chronic migraines.

Jessica, I hope your headache resolved itself eventually.

Project Manager

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Unfortunately, it's still going, but the doctor did give me lotsa drugs. So, hopefully it will go away after I go to Walgreens! :-)

On the other hand, I was happy to learn that my blood pressure, which my doctor helpfully charted while I was at my last job, has gone back to normal (well, normal for me) since coming to Paizo. :-)

Contributor

Crystal Frasier wrote:
Crystal: Corgi-sized shrimp would induce nightmares

Cute isopod pics

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I'm also a migraine sufferer. I use green tea, dark rooms, cold, filtered (non-stinky) air, silence, and mindfulness meditation. All of these work well provided my duties as a single dad don't interfere (thankfully my daughter is pretty simpatica for a 3 year old).

Project Manager

You're lucky your daughter is so considerate! It's not a migraine, actually; I get those, but I've been getting them since I was about your daughter's age, so I'm used to dealing with them. This is a bizarre headache/neckache that has, at this point, lasted for a month.

But I'm scheduled for some tests, and I'm sure it will go away at some point.

I do appreciate everyone's concern, though! It's very sweet. :-)


Jessica Price wrote:

You're lucky your daughter is so considerate! It's not a migraine, actually; I get those, but I've been getting them since I was about your daughter's age, so I'm used to dealing with them. This is a bizarre headache/neckache that has, at this point, lasted for a month.

But I'm scheduled for some tests, and I'm sure it will go away at some point.

I do appreciate everyone's concern, though! It's very sweet. :-)

Do you have problems with your spine? It might be connected to migraines or it can be independent of it.

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Jessica Price wrote:

You're lucky your daughter is so considerate! It's not a migraine, actually; I get those, but I've been getting them since I was about your daughter's age, so I'm used to dealing with them. This is a bizarre headache/neckache that has, at this point, lasted for a month.

But I'm scheduled for some tests, and I'm sure it will go away at some point.

I do appreciate everyone's concern, though! It's very sweet. :-)

Consider acupuncture if you have the time and it seems to be a localised area of tension or pain. I'm going to be all woo-woo (hey, I live in Santa Cruz) but sometimes we let stress accumulate physically in a specific area. As a force of order and official cat herder, perhaps sometimes you get frustrated.

Silver Crusade

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Jessica Price wrote:

You're lucky your daughter is so considerate! It's not a migraine, actually; I get those, but I've been getting them since I was about your daughter's age, so I'm used to dealing with them. This is a bizarre headache/neckache that has, at this point, lasted for a month.

But I'm scheduled for some tests, and I'm sure it will go away at some point.

I do appreciate everyone's concern, though! It's very sweet. :-)

As long as we're all dispensing amateur medical advice:

If the doctors come up empty-handed, try the dentist. Dental problems can cause all sorts of odd pains around the head and neck.

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