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So I posted a thread asking Paizo to rename a thread to reflect certain...things. Of course Cosmo is blocking this...COSMO!!! *shakes fist angrily.


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I blame Cosmo for Mangog breaking my favorite new Thor. Sad face the War-Thor.

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Thomas Seitz wrote:
I blame Cosmo for Mangog breaking my favorite new Thor. Sad face the War-Thor.

Oh, we just saw him falling. Nobody dies from falling. (Except Gwen Stacy, I guess...)

I blame Cosmo for Gwen Stacy, and her dubious taste in men.


Set,

Well falling and blood loss...


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...okay, can't hold it back anymore.

I tried, honest, I tried!

...I blame Cosmo for my expectations for what the Shifter Class was going to be getting set too high.


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I just watched Howard the Duck..I blame Cosmo


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I blame Cosmo for this earworm

Starfinder, The Song


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I quietly blame Cosmo for many, many things that happened last month.

I loudly blame Cosmo that now that the SupaStah! contest isn't a thing anymore, I just now invented a SupaStah!-worthy wondrous item that would have been a Top 20 contender.* Bonus: it has a memorable, punny name that creates a mental picture of it's abilities. Curse you, Cosmo, for distracting my muse all this time with tequila shots and endless supreme nachos!

* Of course, I thought the webwarden's vigilant claw was a serious contender too, but I seemed to underestimate the Paizo voters' tolerance for body horror and/or spiders. And/or overestimate my own item crafting-fu.


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I Blame Cosmo for this cold I am suffering through....*cough*


Selene Spires wrote:
I Blame Cosmo for this cold I am suffering through....*cough*

But if we blame Cosmo for Colds... doesn't that mean he saved the earth from Alien Invasion? (War of the Worlds) And wouldn't that be a good thing?

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TrinitysEnd wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
I Blame Cosmo for this cold I am suffering through....*cough*
But if we blame Cosmo for Colds... doesn't that mean he saved the earth from Alien Invasion? (War of the Worlds) And wouldn't that be a good thing?

What may seem good on the surface may not be in the long run. Cosmo plays the long game.


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I'm just going to blame Cosmo for roundabouts and the individuals who thought putting them on Wisconsin roads, especially when the terrain makes roundabouts a very bad and very dangerous idea, was a good idea.

I shall also add that I blame Cosmo that the aforementioned individuals cannot decide on a single design for the roundabouts - some are two-lane, some are one-lane, and some are a twisted combination of the two, and all have the center so raised up that one cannot see oncoming traffic unless one is in a semi.

I shall also blame Cosmo that, no matter the design, none of them are ever plowed decent, if at all, in the winter because the design makes such activity difficult, if not impossible.


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Uncle Teddy wrote:

I'm just going to blame Cosmo for roundabouts and the individuals who thought putting them on Wisconsin roads, especially when the terrain makes roundabouts a very bad and very dangerous idea, was a good idea.

I shall also add that I blame Cosmo that the aforementioned individuals cannot decide on a single design for the roundabouts - some are two-lane, some are one-lane, and some are a twisted combination of the two, and all have the center so raised up that one cannot see oncoming traffic unless one is in a semi.

I shall also blame Cosmo that, no matter the design, none of them are ever plowed decent, if at all, in the winter because the design makes such activity difficult, if not impossible.

I blame Cosmo that in California, they put Stop signs around every roundabout, showing a complete and utter lack of understanding of their purpose.

Is it any wonder California drivers have no clue whatsoever how to use roundabouts?

Very clever, Mr. Cosmo. Verrrrrry clever!


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NobodysHome wrote:
Uncle Teddy wrote:

I'm just going to blame Cosmo for roundabouts and the individuals who thought putting them on Wisconsin roads, especially when the terrain makes roundabouts a very bad and very dangerous idea, was a good idea.

I shall also add that I blame Cosmo that the aforementioned individuals cannot decide on a single design for the roundabouts - some are two-lane, some are one-lane, and some are a twisted combination of the two, and all have the center so raised up that one cannot see oncoming traffic unless one is in a semi.

I shall also blame Cosmo that, no matter the design, none of them are ever plowed decent, if at all, in the winter because the design makes such activity difficult, if not impossible.

I blame Cosmo that in California, they put Stop signs around every roundabout, showing a complete and utter lack of understanding of their purpose.

Is it any wonder California drivers have no clue whatsoever how to use roundabouts?

Very clever, Mr. Cosmo. Verrrrrry clever!

I blame Cosmo for continuing this constant one-upsmanship with Crowley across the pond in the English DoT.

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English is my only language, but my English-to-English translator has lag issues. At work, people talk to me, and I give them that deer-in-headlights look, and they start to repeat themselves, but I've just finished translating what they said the first time, so I'm answering while they're repeating the comment, and we both end up talking over each other.

It's Cosmo's fault that I'm stuck on a planet where nobody speaks my first language, whatever it is.


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I Blame Cosmo that my sisters....my trouble making niece and their dogs are up to visit for the holidays....and they are not leaving till the 10th of Jan.

The dogs are great...unfortunately Floyd is a old cat who does not like large furry barking animals with large fangs charging at him...so he is very stressed....which means I am very stressed.

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*offers hugs for Selene and Floyd*

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After playing BotW I come to this thread to Blame Cosmo for something most egregious.

The Zora have no right being that hot.

Stupid sexy cute shark people (Amby would love them).


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Blame be unto Cosmo that I have not yet received my Paizo Christmas card.

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Karen Eiffel, Author wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Uncle Teddy wrote:

I'm just going to blame Cosmo for roundabouts and the individuals who thought putting them on Wisconsin roads, especially when the terrain makes roundabouts a very bad and very dangerous idea, was a good idea.

I shall also add that I blame Cosmo that the aforementioned individuals cannot decide on a single design for the roundabouts - some are two-lane, some are one-lane, and some are a twisted combination of the two, and all have the center so raised up that one cannot see oncoming traffic unless one is in a semi.

I shall also blame Cosmo that, no matter the design, none of them are ever plowed decent, if at all, in the winter because the design makes such activity difficult, if not impossible.

I blame Cosmo that in California, they put Stop signs around every roundabout, showing a complete and utter lack of understanding of their purpose.

Is it any wonder California drivers have no clue whatsoever how to use roundabouts?

Very clever, Mr. Cosmo. Verrrrrry clever!

I blame Cosmo for continuing this constant one-upsmanship with Crowley across the pond in the English DoT.

I'm still winning.


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The school I teach at is about to let out for Christmas Break, so the only thing I have to blame Cosmo for is that the finals days, significantly shorter than the regular schedule, for some reason feel much longer. What's up with that, Cosmo?

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My name is Ian. When I graduated high school, I got a diploma for 'Jan', and was announced by the Principal as 'Dan.' The state representative also sent a nice congratulations form letter to 'Jan.' In college, I got a Dean's List letter congratulating 'Lan,' which isn't even a name, unless you are bodyguard to an Aes Sedai witch or something.

And today, my 'Happy Holidays' form letter/card from the Postmaster General was for 'Jan,' again.

Why Cosmo, why do you make it so hard for people to recognize Ian as a name that exists?

(I mean, granted, I work with a dozen guys named Mike, so I'm thrilled that when someone does say my name, it's not something like 'Chris,' where six guys and three girls perk up and say, 'what?' At least with a name like 'Cosmo,' you can be pretty sure who the person who just said 'Cosmo' was talking to/about.) :)


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So this year I used the money I made from peak season to upgrade my TV...it was a old monster box TV that weighed a ton (remember that for later). So I got a nice Roku TV and a DVD/Blu-ray player...

So taking the old TV down stairs to take it to the recycle center...the handle broke and the really heavy (as noted above) TV landed on my toe....this has to be the doing of Cosmo.

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It was trying to take you with it! O.O


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I blame Cosmo that the TV failed it's crit confirmation roll vs. Selene's footsie.

I also blame Cosmo that Selene's evasion allowed her to only take half-damage from a successful Reflex save.

I also also blame Cosmo for some horrible caramel- or nougat-based future retaliatory vengeance from Rysky. Probably involving Twizzlers.


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Just rewatched the original 1978 Battle Star Galactica pilot, and caught an editing error. I'm not sure of the details, but its clear Cosmo was somehow involved.


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I blame Cosmo that I can't shake the idea that not only is Liz/Lilith a werewolf, now I'm sure she also works part-time in a bookstore.


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Hunt, the PugWumpus wrote:

I blame Cosmo that the TV failed it's crit confirmation roll vs. Selene's footsie.

I also blame Cosmo that Selene's evasion allowed her to only take half-damage from a successful Reflex save.

I also also blame Cosmo for some horrible caramel- or nougat-based future retaliatory vengeance from Rysky. Probably involving Twizzlers.

I Blame Cosmo that Hunt got confused and should have put the first two in the Thank Sara Maria thread,,,

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Hunt, the PugWumpus wrote:

I blame Cosmo that the TV failed it's crit confirmation roll vs. Selene's footsie.

I also blame Cosmo that Selene's evasion allowed her to only take half-damage from a successful Reflex save.

I also also blame Cosmo for some horrible caramel- or nougat-based future retaliatory vengeance from Rysky. Probably involving Twizzlers.

I Blame Cosmo for Twizzlers.

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Selene Spires wrote:
Hunt, the PugWumpus wrote:

I blame Cosmo that the TV failed it's crit confirmation roll vs. Selene's footsie.

I also blame Cosmo that Selene's evasion allowed her to only take half-damage from a successful Reflex save.

I also also blame Cosmo for some horrible caramel- or nougat-based future retaliatory vengeance from Rysky. Probably involving Twizzlers.

I Blame Cosmo that Hunt got confused and should have put the first two in the Thank Sara Maria thread,,,

Well he’s part Pugwampi...


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I blame Cosmo for the fact I never got snow boots for Christmas this year.


Happy New Year, Cosmo.


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I Blame Cosmo for missing the ball drop because I was in the bathroom....

Also Happy New Years Cosmo!

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John Napier 698 wrote:
Happy New Year, Cosmo.

For now, maybe. Give it time.

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Cosmo's Slightly More Evil Twin wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Happy New Year, Cosmo.
For now, maybe. Give it time.

Like 5 seconds?


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I Blame Cosmo for the cold I got today which kept me from helping a friend move today and made me miss the game tonight.

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Selene Spires wrote:

I Blame Cosmo for the cold I got today which kept me from helping a friend move today and made me miss the game tonight.

Ya’know what they say the best way to get rid of a cold is, right?

*waggles eyebrows*


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Have a big warm bowl of chicken soup?

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Rysky wrote:
Ya’know what they say the best way to get rid of a cold is, right?

Undead immunities?

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Chef Yesterday wrote:
Have a big warm bowl of chicken soup?

This was going to be my guess.


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Spread it onto others?

Shadow Lodge

Whoa.


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Rysky wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:

I Blame Cosmo for the cold I got today which kept me from helping a friend move today and made me miss the game tonight.

Ya’know what they say the best way to get rid of a cold is, right?

*waggles eyebrows*

No...I Blame Cosmo for my lack of knowledge.

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Selene Spires wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:

I Blame Cosmo for the cold I got today which kept me from helping a friend move today and made me miss the game tonight.

Ya’know what they say the best way to get rid of a cold is, right?

*waggles eyebrows*

No...I Blame Cosmo for my lack of knowledge.

... ish okay, we’ll go with Urgathoa’s suggestion then.


Breath of the Wild Addict wrote:

I blame cosmo for my lack of earbuds which will cause me to go to bed before my three hours of zelda tonight.

Thus giving me extra sleep...
...
...
Ok, so it isn't awful, but... But...
It was breath of the wild, ok? So... Still evil!!

I know right?

Along this line, I have 4 shrines left to find, I "know" where one of them is, but I have been scouring the map for those other three, and I refuse to look them up online. I thought I had been EVERYWHERE, and I can't find them. I may have to work with a more fine toothed comb to find them all. Although there are those two stretches of beach I need a check. But they aren't big enough to hide 3 shrines...
I blame cosmo for my inability to find them so far. And because I have no idea how far the shrine detector actually reaches, so I don't know if I've been thorough enough, or just left a bunch of shrine-detection-radius-sized holes in my map.

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I blame Cosmo that I have not been able to play BotW yet. I want it so much.


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Our network drives and applications have been down all day. I have been unable to work on several important reports my VP asked for as a direct result. This has been a problem since at least 8:30AM. I'm not sure how I had even a slightly productive day.
I blame Cosmo for the server issues. I also blame Cosmo for the server issues being bad enough to severely impact work, but not bad enough to justify just going home, thus giving us the worst of both worlds.

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bishop083 wrote:
Breath of the Wild Addict wrote:

I blame cosmo for my lack of earbuds which will cause me to go to bed before my three hours of zelda tonight.

Thus giving me extra sleep...
...
...
Ok, so it isn't awful, but... But...
It was breath of the wild, ok? So... Still evil!!

I know right?

Along this line, I have 4 shrines left to find, I "know" where one of them is, but I have been scouring the map for those other three, and I refuse to look them up online. I thought I had been EVERYWHERE, and I can't find them. I may have to work with a more fine toothed comb to find them all. Although there are those two stretches of beach I need a check. But they aren't big enough to hide 3 shrines...
I blame cosmo for my inability to find them so far. And because I have no idea how far the shrine detector actually reaches, so I don't know if I've been thorough enough, or just left a bunch of shrine-detection-radius-sized holes in my map.

I blame myself for Eventide Island...

Ugh.


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Cosmo wrote:
bishop083 wrote:
Breath of the Wild Addict wrote:

I blame cosmo for my lack of earbuds which will cause me to go to bed before my three hours of zelda tonight.

Thus giving me extra sleep...
...
...
Ok, so it isn't awful, but... But...
It was breath of the wild, ok? So... Still evil!!

I know right?

Along this line, I have 4 shrines left to find, I "know" where one of them is, but I have been scouring the map for those other three, and I refuse to look them up online. I thought I had been EVERYWHERE, and I can't find them. I may have to work with a more fine toothed comb to find them all. Although there are those two stretches of beach I need a check. But they aren't big enough to hide 3 shrines...
I blame cosmo for my inability to find them so far. And because I have no idea how far the shrine detector actually reaches, so I don't know if I've been thorough enough, or just left a bunch of shrine-detection-radius-sized holes in my map.

I blame myself for Eventide Island...

Ugh.

Hail the unholy Ugh!


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*drops a bunch of gear in the water*

I need to scavenge? Okay!

*Picks up the gear from the water*

And that is the story of how I cleared Eventide Island without sacrificing my desire to do as much as possible with magitech options. Also, Urbosa's Fury was useful.

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