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I Blame Cosmo for Jason Bulmahn calling goblins "Pathfinder's favorite troublemakers!" The nerve!!!


Master Pugwampi wrote:
I Blame Cosmo for Jason Bulmahn calling goblins "Pathfinder's favorite troublemakers!" The nerve!!!

Wampi need to step out of the shadow.

Paizo Employee Malaise-Inducement Construct

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Souls At War wrote:
Master Pugwampi wrote:
I Blame Cosmo for Jason Bulmahn calling goblins "Pathfinder's favorite troublemakers!" The nerve!!!
Wampi need to step out of the shadow.

Shadows are good places for Pugwampis. Let the gobbos have their day in the sun, and let them take all the heat.

I, for one, hate the sun.


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Cosmo's Slightly More Evil Twin wrote:
Souls At War wrote:
Master Pugwampi wrote:
I Blame Cosmo for Jason Bulmahn calling goblins "Pathfinder's favorite troublemakers!" The nerve!!!
Wampi need to step out of the shadow.

Shadows are good places for Pugwampis. Let the gobbos have their day in the sun, and let them take all the heat.

I, for one, hate the sun.

<sign pops out of the attic> "Yes, let's get rid of the sun. That's an idea I can get behind."


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I blame Cosmo that Sköll never catches Sól.

I also blame Cosmo that Sól would probably burn the roof of your mouth like too-hot-to-eat-but-eat-it-anyways pizza.


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Cosmo's Slightly More Evil Twin wrote:
Souls At War wrote:
Master Pugwampi wrote:
I Blame Cosmo for Jason Bulmahn calling goblins "Pathfinder's favorite troublemakers!" The nerve!!!
Wampi need to step out of the shadow.

Shadows are good places for Pugwampis. Let the gobbos have their day in the sun, and let them take all the heat.

I, for one, hate the sun.

Blame Be Unto Him, for Cosmo is most wise and conniving.


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Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
Earlier today, I had the thought "It's a good thing I can't kill people with my mind, because today would be a massacre." But then I immediately realized I don't want that power, because it'd be too merciful. Now I realize I desire the power to give people massive, crippling strokes with my mind. I blame Cosmo for my embracing my inner Neutral Evil.
Today, I again strongly wish I could telepathically make heads a'splode. Still blaming Cosmo that I can't.

Yep, just checked, still can't make heads a'splode telepathically. Still blaming Cosmo for that. A mere couple Flags seems pretty weak in comparison. Hopefully the idiot poster was too dumb to obscure his IP address.


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Cosmo's Slightly More Evil Twin wrote:
Souls At War wrote:
Master Pugwampi wrote:
I Blame Cosmo for Jason Bulmahn calling goblins "Pathfinder's favorite troublemakers!" The nerve!!!
Wampi need to step out of the shadow.

Shadows are good places for Pugwampis. Let the gobbos have their day in the sun, and let them take all the heat.

I, for one, hate the sun.

Never said anything about the Sun, people won't notice the wampi if they are too stealthy, thus won't know it was the wampi who caused...

I blame Cosmo and his Evil Twins that I have to explain that. I also blame them I ran out of words to explain stuff.


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I blame Cosmo that when I top off my car's tires to the car manufacturer's recommended pressures, the car feels like it wants to Tigger over every bump.


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I also blame Cosmo that The Mad Comrade reminded me of that completely horrible Adam Sandler movie, Pixels. I forget peoples' names & phone numbers, I'm forgetting my multiplication tables, I can't remember where my keys are if I forget to put them in the mug, but I'll be stuck with memories of that damn movie until sweet death takes me.


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Wait, there's multiplication tables now!?!

Damn it!

I'm still counting the chairs!


captain yesterday wrote:

Wait, there's multiplication tables now!?!

Damn it!

I'm still counting the chairs!

And someone now got new inspirations for tableclothes.


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I have heard that the Universe is always building better idiots, but the realization that you (meaning me) is are that better idiot is both humbling and dispiriting. Especially when you're briefly stuck in a supermarket at 7:09 AM wearing ratty clothes and you have to now break in to your own car. I blame you, Cosmo, for that.

Spoiler:
Seriously though, what kind of idiot locks their car keys in the car door?
  • I get out of the car with my keys in my left hand,
  • Push the button on the inside door panel to lock the car doors,
  • I put my left hand at the top of the door,
  • And then swing the door closed with that left hand
  • ...crushing the keyless entry fob & keyring in the door and trapping the car key which sticks out, taunting me.
I had my spare chipless key hidden under the car, so I could still unlock it once I crawled under the car and used a dime to loosen the bolt/screw holding it in place. But still, I didn't need to get grungy before I'd even been in the store. And now I'm out a keyless entry fob.

Edit: Also, these frozen hamburger patties have no sweet onion in them, even though they say they do in large letters on the package. {sigh} Cosmo? Cosmo.


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*hugs Ambrosia Slaad*

I have done things as bad...everybody has those moments...we have to feed Cosmo after all...

I Blame Cosmo for the train derailment that made my shift 20 loads short...which meant it was a short day...


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I often see posts that cause me to come up with a smart quip to respond to, or even one of the Paizo staff posts with a witty jab. But I realize that these could be easily misinterpreted so I do the mature thing and don't post.

I Blames Cosmo for the part of me that royally resents this! :p


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Praise Cosmo for the wonderful 60 degree weather that only I could enjoy because everyone is fixating on the four inches (of snow) we're going to get in the next two days.

Edit: Did I do that right, I feel like I did it right.


As somebody who thinks in metric:
60 degrees? Isn't that lethally hot?
How does that weather even exist?
Why would it transition to snow so soon after being the hottest a place on earth has been in a long time?
...
Oh, Fahrenheit.


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I Blame Cosmo that today I took off and of course I am either coming down with a cold or got hit by allergies.


The Sideromancer wrote:

As somebody who thinks in metric:

60 degrees? Isn't that lethally hot?
How does that weather even exist?
Why would it transition to snow so soon after being the hottest a place on earth has been in a long time?
...
Oh, Fahrenheit.

Death Valley can get quite close to that.


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I blame Cosmo that the scroll wheel on my laptop's mouse suddenly broke.


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I Blame Cosmo for all the rain...and flooding that probably made me spend a extra 1 and a half in the car today.


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Blame be unto Cosmo for the unholy mix of Spring and Winter Weather I have been experiencing.


Deacon Teddy, Cult of Cosmo wrote:
Blame be unto Cosmo for the unholy mix of Spring and Winter Weather I have been experiencing.

That's most of North America right now, and maybe some parts of Europe and Asia.


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My 6-year-old computer is slowly entering its death throes, after my being able to nurse it along through no longer recognizing its own battery, getting cranky with wi-fi connections, and now just running really, really sloooowwwwwlllyyy.

I blame Cosmo for planned obsolescence.


Readerbreeder wrote:

My 6-year-old computer is slowly entering its death throes, after my being able to nurse it along through no longer recognizing its own battery, getting cranky with wi-fi connections, and now just running really, really sloooowwwwwlllyyy.

I blame Cosmo for planned obsolescence.

Have you run scandisk and defrag on your hard drives?


Deacon Teddy, Cult of Cosmo wrote:
Blame be unto Cosmo for the unholy mix of Spring and Winter Weather I have been experiencing.

Just wait until tomorrow! It isn't over yet.


John Napier 698 wrote:
Readerbreeder wrote:

My 6-year-old computer is slowly entering its death throes, after my being able to nurse it along through no longer recognizing its own battery, getting cranky with wi-fi connections, and now just running really, really sloooowwwwwlllyyy.

I blame Cosmo for planned obsolescence.

Have you run scandisk and defrag on your hard drives?

For some reason, I hadn't thought of defragmenting the hard drive before this; I used to do it all the time with a Win95 machine I had, once upon a time. Thanks for the ray of hope!


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Cap'n Yesterdays Winter Madness wrote:
Deacon Teddy, Cult of Cosmo wrote:
Blame be unto Cosmo for the unholy mix of Spring and Winter Weather I have been experiencing.
Just wait until tomorrow! It isn't over yet.

Blame be unto Cosmo for the Captain's Winter insanity.


Readerbreeder wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Readerbreeder wrote:

My 6-year-old computer is slowly entering its death throes, after my being able to nurse it along through no longer recognizing its own battery, getting cranky with wi-fi connections, and now just running really, really sloooowwwwwlllyyy.

I blame Cosmo for planned obsolescence.

Have you run scandisk and defrag on your hard drives?
For some reason, I hadn't thought of defragmenting the hard drive before this; I used to do it all the time with a Win95 machine I had, once upon a time. Thanks for the ray of hope!

You're welcome. Don't forget to run Scandisk first, to mark all the sectors that may have gone bad. And get rid of all the "junk" files. The more free space on the disk you have, the more you have for Virtual Memory.


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Readerbreeder wrote:

My 6-year-old computer is slowly entering its death throes, after my being able to nurse it along through no longer recognizing its own battery, getting cranky with wi-fi connections, and now just running really, really sloooowwwwwlllyyy.

I blame Cosmo for planned obsolescence.

Firstly, make sure you back everything up that you might need again. Also be sure to jot down all your passwords and various accounts settings (if you haven't already). Once you've done all that (AND NOT BEFORE!), you might download, install, and run something like the free version of CCleaner. It'll clean out stuff like your various temp file locations, compact your browser databases (if necessary), let you turn off unnecessary apps/files that are autorunning, uninstall old programs that you don't need, and repair cruft & errors in your Windows Registry.

After that, try using the free versions of programs like MalwareBytes and SpyBot Search & Destroy to find and remove any malware and spyware eating up system resources.

---

I blame Cosmo for attempting to be helpful.


^ This too.


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Blame be unto Cosmo for the Network folks at work. They made some network certificate and security changes that are causing issues with some of our applications are work and are refusing to acknowledge that is the cause of the issues, despite the facts proving otherwise, and are blaming it on non-existent changes to the applications.

Paizo Employee Malaise-Inducement Construct

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...my PaizoCon games are going to be so much fun. :)


Woohoo!

*gets pompoms*


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I blame Cosmo for running across an article about the best mini-bottles of booze to mix into a small Wendy's Frosty.

I also blame Cosmo that my brain thinks this is a fantastic idea.


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

I blame Cosmo for running across an article about the best mini-bottles of booze to mix into a small Wendy's Frosty.

I also blame Cosmo that my brain thinks this is a fantastic idea.

Can you post a link?


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

I blame Cosmo for running across an article about the best mini-bottles of booze to mix into a small Wendy's Frosty.

I also blame Cosmo that my brain thinks this is a fantastic idea.

Can you post a link?

I now blame Cosmo that John is intrigued by the idea.


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I am too...

I Blame Cosmo for getting a bad headache and throwing up after a party on Sat.

I did not drink that nuch.


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bishop083 wrote:
The Sideromancer wrote:

*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.

...

What.

That works? How does that work? And why have I never heard that solution before? What happens to the stuff when you finish the island?

That is genius! And Urbosa's Fury was definitely useful. Just like always because Urbosa is the best. Mipha is my favorite, but Urbosa is the best.

Oh right, I'm supposed to be blaming Cosmo for something, not just having a BOTW chat. Umm...
I also blame Cosmo for Eventide Island, and for not having heard of that trick and doing it the hard way twice.

I blame Cosmo that cheats like this work in the hardest part of the world's most perfect game.

Also, neewbs, I blame Cosmo for neewbs who can't power attack their way to victory, or fire a bow perfect every-time or drown the Hinox


Cosmo doesn't deserve blame for Eventide, because if he had been involved there would've been a Lynel, not a Hinox there.


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Breath of the Wild Addict wrote:
bishop083 wrote:
The Sideromancer wrote:

*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.

...

What.

That works? How does that work? And why have I never heard that solution before? What happens to the stuff when you finish the island?

That is genius! And Urbosa's Fury was definitely useful. Just like always because Urbosa is the best. Mipha is my favorite, but Urbosa is the best.

Oh right, I'm supposed to be blaming Cosmo for something, not just having a BOTW chat. Umm...
I also blame Cosmo for Eventide Island, and for not having heard of that trick and doing it the hard way twice.

I blame Cosmo that cheats like this work in the hardest part of the world's most perfect game.

Also, neewbs, I blame Cosmo for neewbs who can't power attack their way to victory, or fire a bow perfect every-time or drown the Hinox

Remember, this is the Skyrim of the Zelda series. It's a feature, not a bug. If anything's a problem, it's that the final torches for the ancient labs don't spawn until you talk to Impa. (I may have decided that the current sheikah rejecting the tech was absolutely the wrong option, and had wanted to meet Impa for the first time in fully-upgraded Ancient Armour.)

I blame Cosmo that I ran straight into the only railroad this game has.


The Sideromancer wrote:
Breath of the Wild Addict wrote:
bishop083 wrote:
The Sideromancer wrote:

*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.

...

What.

That works? How does that work? And why have I never heard that solution before? What happens to the stuff when you finish the island?

That is genius! And Urbosa's Fury was definitely useful. Just like always because Urbosa is the best. Mipha is my favorite, but Urbosa is the best.

Oh right, I'm supposed to be blaming Cosmo for something, not just having a BOTW chat. Umm...
I also blame Cosmo for Eventide Island, and for not having heard of that trick and doing it the hard way twice.

I blame Cosmo that cheats like this work in the hardest part of the world's most perfect game.

Also, neewbs, I blame Cosmo for neewbs who can't power attack their way to victory, or fire a bow perfect every-time or drown the Hinox

Remember, this is the Skyrim of the Zelda series. It's a feature, not a bug. If anything's a problem, it's that the final torches for the ancient labs don't spawn until you talk to Impa. (I may have decided that the current sheikah rejecting the tech was absolutely the wrong option, and had wanted to meet Impa for the first time in fully-upgraded Ancient Armour.)

I blame Cosmo that I ran straight into the only railroad this game has.

It was mostly tongue in cheek, but, some serious advice, the Master Sword cannot be dropped or taken from you. EVER

of course, it's also metal and attracts lightning, but I mean, you've got 13+ hearts by then, so what's the worst that can happen?


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I blame Cosmo for all of Life's iniquities.


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I Blame Cosmo for all of Life's inequities.


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I blame Cosmo for all of Inequity's lives.

♫♪ "The Blame-You-Name mainly pains sane brains." ♫♪


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Hunt, the PugWumpus wrote:

I blame Cosmo for all of Inequity's lives.

♫♪ "The Blame-You-Name mainly pains sane brains." ♫♪

I think he's got it! By George he's got it!

I Blame Cosmo for potentially inspiring an all gremlin cast version of My Fair Lady!


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I blame Cosmo for the pugwampi's singing frightening/horrifying everyone else away.

I also blame Cosmo for hornets starting to build a nest under the car door latch. F*ckers

Silver Crusade

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I Blame Cosmo for Amazon. There. I said it.

*waves at Cosmo*


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I blame Cosmo for the individuals at work who can't read error messages that tells them exactly what the issue is (you didn't fill out all of the required fields that are clearly marked as such or you're copying and pasting alphabetic characters in a field that requires numeric only, for example) and decide to report it as the system is broken.

I blame Cosmo for our help desk who decides to assign password reset issues to our department. We have a team that does that and we've told you EOC *redacted* numerous times who is responsible for it.


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Speaking of required fields, I blame Cosmo that many companies now set "mobile phone #" as a required field.

And if I'm a dinosaur and don't carry one?

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