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@Gars Darklover: You have been talking to my parents...no it is not a phobia...it is just a dislike. For which is totally Cosmo's fault.

@ Sets: Thank I am all ready feeling better. Tomorrow I should be back at work moving packages along.

Grand Lodge

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Today feels like it should be Friday, but it's only Wednesday.

Because Cosmo.


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Scribbling Rambler wrote:

Today feels like it should be Friday, but it's only Wednesday.

Because Cosmo.

Wednesday already!? I thought it was Monday!

Nag Blabbit Cosmo!


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Tomorrow is my last day of vacation. After nearly 2 weeks off with great weather, good times and a fun trip to the Bloedel Conservatory, its back to sweltering heat working with molten plastic.

I blame Cosmo for me not winning the lottery and having to go back and actually earn a living.


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Calex wrote:

Tomorrow is my last day of vacation. After nearly 2 weeks off with great weather, good times and a fun trip to the Bloedel Conservatory, its back to sweltering heat working with molten plastic.

I blame Cosmo for me not winning the lottery and having to go back and actually earn a living.

You realize, if you actually won the lottery, Cosmo would have all sorts of long forgotten fees, taxes, past due payments, relatives, and friends popping up wanting a cut of it. Also, he'd make sure to send you to the hospital and would tempt you with things you would think are cool, but don't really need, that cost a lot to make you spend it all within a year.

You should blame Cosmo for what he would do if something good did happen to you.


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I blame Cosmo that my beloved cat, Biscuit, developed a huge cyst, which has made him uncomfortable for the last few weeks.

I also blame Cosmo that he needed surgery to remove it.

I also blame Cosmo that with it having been removed, Biscuit is under orders from the vet to wear a cone and stay indoors for 10 days, hopped up on painkillers.

I also blame Cosmo that within 10 seconds of getting home, Biscuit had broken out of the house and vanished. For 7 hours. My wife felt guilty for him escaping, and spent most of that 7 hour period in tears with worry. Biscuit is fine (oddly, though, the cone vanished).

He's a silly mog.


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I blame Cosmo for 1 of the players disappearing on both me & the group, without a heads up.


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Okay this needs a little explanation....

At work we have extending conveyor belts that we use to unload trucks...we move it in as we go. Due to Cosmo's machination no doubt the extenders are not long enough to reach the back of most trucks we unload. So we have what are called rollers to extend the extender, (And still come up short in regards to the length of the trucks...Thanks Cosmo!). I have heard myths about extenders that reach the back of the longest trucks....one day my area may get one.

Anyway so a truck pulled up with a bunch of tires in it. Not enough to fill the truck of course just the back quarter...it of course pulled up to door 5 which is short even compared to other extenders. So I had the rollers set up and throwing tires on while a co-worker was putting them on a slide to go to the irregular belt.

And the rollers collapsed right on my left foot. It hurts like a [insert curse word of choice]. I don't think it is broken...I'll see how it feels after a couple days of rest...but just wanted to say....Damn You COSMO!!! *shakes fist angrily*

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John Kretzer wrote:

Okay this needs a little explanation....

At work we have extending conveyor belts that we use to unload trucks...we move it in as we go. Due to Cosmo's machination no doubt the extenders are not long enough to reach the back of most trucks we unload. So we have what are called rollers to extend the extender, (And still come up short in regards to the length of the trucks...Thanks Cosmo!). I have heard myths about extenders that reach the back of the longest trucks....one day my area may get one.

Anyway so a truck pulled up with a bunch of tires in it. Not enough to fill the truck of course just the back quarter...it of course pulled up to door 5 which is short even compared to other extenders. So I had the rollers set up and throwing tires on while a co-worker was putting them on a slide to go to the irregular belt.

And the rollers collapsed right on my left foot. It hurts like a [insert curse word of choice]. I don't think it is broken...I'll see how it feels after a couple days of rest...but just wanted to say....Damn You COSMO!!! *shakes fist angrily*

Worker's comp?


Rysky wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:

Okay this needs a little explanation....

At work we have extending conveyor belts that we use to unload trucks...we move it in as we go. Due to Cosmo's machination no doubt the extenders are not long enough to reach the back of most trucks we unload. So we have what are called rollers to extend the extender, (And still come up short in regards to the length of the trucks...Thanks Cosmo!). I have heard myths about extenders that reach the back of the longest trucks....one day my area may get one.

Anyway so a truck pulled up with a bunch of tires in it. Not enough to fill the truck of course just the back quarter...it of course pulled up to door 5 which is short even compared to other extenders. So I had the rollers set up and throwing tires on while a co-worker was putting them on a slide to go to the irregular belt.

And the rollers collapsed right on my left foot. It hurts like a [insert curse word of choice]. I don't think it is broken...I'll see how it feels after a couple days of rest...but just wanted to say....Damn You COSMO!!! *shakes fist angrily*

Worker's comp?

If I can not work...Yes.


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John Kretzer wrote:
Rysky wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:

Okay this needs a little explanation....

At work we have extending conveyor belts that we use to unload trucks...we move it in as we go. Due to Cosmo's machination no doubt the extenders are not long enough to reach the back of most trucks we unload. So we have what are called rollers to extend the extender, (And still come up short in regards to the length of the trucks...Thanks Cosmo!). I have heard myths about extenders that reach the back of the longest trucks....one day my area may get one.

Anyway so a truck pulled up with a bunch of tires in it. Not enough to fill the truck of course just the back quarter...it of course pulled up to door 5 which is short even compared to other extenders. So I had the rollers set up and throwing tires on while a co-worker was putting them on a slide to go to the irregular belt.

And the rollers collapsed right on my left foot. It hurts like a [insert curse word of choice]. I don't think it is broken...I'll see how it feels after a couple days of rest...but just wanted to say....Damn You COSMO!!! *shakes fist angrily*

Worker's comp?
If I can not work...Yes.

If you can work, but with great discomfort, Blame Cosmo.


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I already Blamed Cosmo for this... Over on Fakeb- I mean, Facebook....


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Can't edit last post, so have to double post... Because Cosmo.

I Blame Cosmo for 106 degree F weather.

I Blame Cosmo that the house is so old the breaker for the Central Air keeps popping.

I Blame Cosmo that the window AC unit never turns on for more than 5 minutes, even set at 60, its lowest setting.

I Blame Cosmo that my fiance is getting overheated and developing a headache, and is requiring ice packs and near frozen beverages to stay cool.

I Blame Cosmo that our 'cool period' will only be 93 degrees, tomorrow and the day after.

I Blame Cosmo that Weather.com predicts 104 for our area next week. Undoubtedly, Cosmo will bump this number by a few integers.

I Blame Cosmo that people still deny global warming when the valley (this is California remember) is experiencing OMFGITSTOOHOTIMDYING! weather.

I Blame Cosmo I don't have ice super powers or frost magic yet, despite decades of antonym-of-intense meditation and serious consideration of eating radioactive material to obtain said magic or super powers respectively.

And finally... I Blame Cosmo that while I do not retain body heat well (I'm known as a radiator for a reason, I have on more than one occasion had heat haze around my body when exposed to cold air), I seem to absorb ambient heat VERY well to store, and later cause any attempt to cool the room off to fail miserably.

.... Actually, I also Blame Cosmo that my fiance will not let me lay down in the bed with her due to the above blaming.

And more Blaming of Cosmo that I came up with weak-but-unique super hero/villain/antihero/whatevs, but the name is already a well known villain name.... And nothing else fits quite so perfectly.


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You must be living east of me near Palm Springs or Barstow, Artemis. I'm a little bit closer to non-hellish conditions, closer to Riverside.

I sympathize with you on your fiancee's lack of heat tolerance; my wife has the same heat issues (easily overheats, gets migraines because of it). This leads to our being unable to budge on the thermostat, even in summer, which leads to ridiculous AC bills. For all this, I blame... Cosmo.


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I'm up here in Sacramento, actually. Specifically, cow-town Rio Linda, and it's usually 1 to 3 degrees hotter than downtown 'round here. I miss Citrus Heights, we had trees and pools over there lol.

Normally she doesn't overheat this badly, but today we pretty bad. Usually I'm the one with heat tolerance issues. Trouble breathing in any form of heat over 100 degrees, for example. I'm not sure how I managed to deal with the 90 some-odd degrees it was in our room, and she got overheated to the point of being physically ill. Gonna make her drink more fluids this week, see if that helps.

That said, I Blame Cosmo it took this long for Marriage Equality!

... Also Blame Cosmo that he keeps sending me immature frat boys when all I want is a semi-androgynous cutie... AKA the "Pretty-Boy Bishounen" type.


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I had not considered Sacramento, though I have heard the area around Sacramento referred to as "the vents of Hell" before; I just didn't think it was meant so literally.

I usually don't deal with heat very well, either (my surface-to-volume ratio has become untenable). Cold temperatures, no problem. Heat, I begin to melt like a cheap snow cone. And I live in a desert. I blame Cosmo that I occupy the wrong climate.


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Have yet to have heard Sac referred to as "the vents of Hell".... "Satan's @$$ crack", sure, but hell vents? I think that might be cooler. (Hah! Double meaning!)

Cold temperatures my fiance freaking loves. I can't handle anything lower than 60 myself, or I start to worry about bits and pieces freezing and falling off. Need to bundle up and hope I can generate enough body heat. Like I said, I may generate heat, but it doesn't stay IN me unless the ambient area is hot as well. 60 to 75 degrees for me kthnx.

Ironically, if it's hot in the room, I'll barely notice it until it hits like, 90 or so. Usually right when I notice the air's starting to get heavy and BURN!

.... Damn it. I Blame Cosmo we're out of ice cream for me to crumble these Reese's Oreos into and make a cold milk shake out of.

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Walking to work the last week, because of nice weather, and I noticed that the moon and two stars are the only things visible in the darkening sky, always in a line, like some sort of syzygy / conjunction thing. One night, they are across the sky from each other. Then they are near each other. Then they are across the sky from each other.

It's like the universe is trying to send me an SOS.

I blame Cosmo for improperly touching celestial bodies again, just to mess with my head!

He's like the Prime Mover, only he leaves everything in the wrong place after he's done playing with them. The Prime Disorganizer?


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I blame Cosmo that Phineas and Ferb is quite possible the last cartoon series I will ever get into, partially due to the degradation of the cartoons produced today, but also due to my advancement of age. :'(


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Tels wrote:
I blame Cosmo that Phineas and Ferb is quite possible the last cartoon series I will ever get into, partially due to the degradation of the cartoons produced today, but also due to my advancement of age. :'(

I Blame Cosmo that it seems Tels thinks age has to do with enjoying cartoons. You can be 80 and still enjoy new Disney movies.

I Blame Cosmo that Tels is right that cartoons have fallen a long way since my day. I miss my Tom and Jerry and Looney Tunes.... Flintstones... Jetsons... Thundercats... He-Man.... Josie and the Pussy Cats/Scooby Doo/that one with the shark.... JEM even!

I Blame Cosmo that Adventure Time, Flapjack, and Regular Show were ever made, much less got popular... I refuse to watch Steven Universe because of this.

Edit: I Blame Cosmo I forgot Felix, Mickey Mouse, and Garfield in my list. Also, that I still haven't been able to watch Venture Bros. after a few episodes into Season 3 I think...


Artemis Moonstar wrote:
Tels wrote:
I blame Cosmo that Phineas and Ferb is quite possible the last cartoon series I will ever get into, partially due to the degradation of the cartoons produced today, but also due to my advancement of age. :'(

I Blame Cosmo that it seems Tels thinks age has to do with enjoying cartoons. You can be 80 and still enjoy new Disney movies.

I Blame Cosmo that Tels is right that cartoons have fallen a long way since my day. I miss my Tom and Jerry and Looney Tunes.... Flintstones... Jetsons... Thundercats... He-Man.... Josie and the Pussy Cats/Scooby Doo/that one with the shark.... JEM even!

I Blame Cosmo that Adventure Time, Flapjack, and Regular Show were ever made, much less got popular... I refuse to watch Steven Universe because of this.

Edit: I Blame Cosmo I forgot Felix, Mickey Mouse, and Garfield in my list. Also, that I still haven't been able to watch Venture Bros. after a few episodes into Season 3 I think...

The age bit is I no longer have the time, nor the desire to wage through the crap that comes out looking for decent cartoons; hence the whole "degradation of cartoons" bit. The degradation is the biggest factor, but getting older and having more stuff to do means I don't have the time to actually "look" for the good cartoons.


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Tels wrote:
Artemis Moonstar wrote:
Tels wrote:
I blame Cosmo that Phineas and Ferb is quite possible the last cartoon series I will ever get into, partially due to the degradation of the cartoons produced today, but also due to my advancement of age. :'(

I Blame Cosmo that it seems Tels thinks age has to do with enjoying cartoons. You can be 80 and still enjoy new Disney movies.

I Blame Cosmo that Tels is right that cartoons have fallen a long way since my day. I miss my Tom and Jerry and Looney Tunes.... Flintstones... Jetsons... Thundercats... He-Man.... Josie and the Pussy Cats/Scooby Doo/that one with the shark.... JEM even!

I Blame Cosmo that Adventure Time, Flapjack, and Regular Show were ever made, much less got popular... I refuse to watch Steven Universe because of this.

Edit: I Blame Cosmo I forgot Felix, Mickey Mouse, and Garfield in my list. Also, that I still haven't been able to watch Venture Bros. after a few episodes into Season 3 I think...

The age bit is I no longer have the time, nor the desire to wage through the crap that comes out looking for decent cartoons; hence the whole "degradation of cartoons" bit. The degradation is the biggest factor, but getting older and having more stuff to do means I don't have the time to actually "look" for the good cartoons.

Good point, I suppose. Then again I'll never have kids so all my projections for the future include free time. I'd suggest anime, they're usually at least "fairly good" level in whatever genre they're set in.

I Blame Cosmo that I forget that people still have kids in this crap world of horrible, horrible mind-rotting schlock the Tube-Zombies call "Entertainment".

... Also.. I Blame Cosmo for Teen Titans Go!; Be Cool Scooby-Doo!; Scooby-Doo! Mystery Inc; The Looney Tunes Show (that crappy sitcom one); Uncle Grandpa... Umm... That's all I've got for now that I haven't blamed Cosmo for yet. I'll be back with more. These things should not exist, as they are sets of precious 20 minutes of my life I shall never get back.

Edit: Damn it Cosmo! Again with this s~@$!? It's 9PM at night! Why do you have to coerce the neighbors into hosting a party with stupid polka style music that goes on until 2AM! I'm exhausted and want to sleep! I swear I'm going to SHOVE THAT TROMBONE WHERE SOMEONE DOES NOT WANT IT! EVERY DAMN WEEKEND WITH THIS!


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Artemis Moonstar wrote:
Tels wrote:
Artemis Moonstar wrote:
Tels wrote:
I blame Cosmo that Phineas and Ferb is quite possible the last cartoon series I will ever get into, partially due to the degradation of the cartoons produced today, but also due to my advancement of age. :'(

I Blame Cosmo that it seems Tels thinks age has to do with enjoying cartoons. You can be 80 and still enjoy new Disney movies.

I Blame Cosmo that Tels is right that cartoons have fallen a long way since my day. I miss my Tom and Jerry and Looney Tunes.... Flintstones... Jetsons... Thundercats... He-Man.... Josie and the Pussy Cats/Scooby Doo/that one with the shark.... JEM even!

I Blame Cosmo that Adventure Time, Flapjack, and Regular Show were ever made, much less got popular... I refuse to watch Steven Universe because of this.

Edit: I Blame Cosmo I forgot Felix, Mickey Mouse, and Garfield in my list. Also, that I still haven't been able to watch Venture Bros. after a few episodes into Season 3 I think...

The age bit is I no longer have the time, nor the desire to wage through the crap that comes out looking for decent cartoons; hence the whole "degradation of cartoons" bit. The degradation is the biggest factor, but getting older and having more stuff to do means I don't have the time to actually "look" for the good cartoons.

Good point, I suppose. Then again I'll never have kids so all my projections for the future include free time. I'd suggest anime, they're usually at least "fairly good" level in whatever genre they're set in.

I Blame Cosmo that I forget that people still have kids in this crap world of horrible, horrible mind-rotting schlock the Tube-Zombies call "Entertainment".

... Also.. I Blame Cosmo for Teen Titans Go!; Be Cool Scooby-Doo!; Scooby-Doo! Mystery Inc; The Looney Tunes Show (that crappy sitcom one); Uncle Grandpa... Umm... That's all I've got for now that I haven't blamed Cosmo for yet. I'll be back with more. These things should not exist, as they are sets of precious 20...

Oh, no, I still watch Anime (though I tend to be very picky and sporadic about it) and I don't, personally, have kids, though I do have a hand in the raising of my nephews and possible nieces (my sister is pregnant with her 4th child and, honestly, unable to support the 3 she's got, and unwilling to dedicate the time necessary to properly raise any of them). Still, they do take up quite a bit of my time, but then there's work, bills, having to "adult" all the time... Ugh. If only I could be 17 forever, a time when I worked part time, enough to fuel my habits, and had no real responsibilities other than school and homework (both easy as hell).

I blame Cosmo for having to "adult" all the time.


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Artemis Moonstar wrote:
Josie and the Pussy Cats/Scooby Doo/that one with the shark....

That last one would be Jabber Jaw... :)

I blame Cosmo that you can't even find bad cartoons on Saturday mornings anymore. That used to be prime kid time, now... nothing!


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I blame Cosmo for the others forgetting about the Samurai Pizza Cats.


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Wylliam Harrison wrote:
I blame Cosmo for the others forgetting about the Samurai Pizza Cats.

.... I Blame Cosmo I still haven't found a DVD of that.


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I Blame Cosmo for the last 8 posts being about cartoons.

I Blame Cosmo that Artemis and Tels not realizing that they are not the target audience for cartoons.

I Blame Cosmo for anybody who takes the above as being serious.

I Do Blame Cosmo that unlike shows like Looney Toons and The Muppet Show that kids TV are not entertaining for both kids and adults.


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I blame Cosmo that I can't download anything from Nexus Mods.

Dark Archive

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It's at least partially Cosmo's fault that I have to reorganize my bookshelves again, because my Paizo stuff no longer fits on 'just' two entire shelves.

The Mutants & Masterminds stuff isn't moving, and the Scarred Lands stuff isn't moving, and the Adventure!/Aberrant/Trinity stuff isn't moving, and the third party 3.5 Green Ronin stuff isn't moving, and that one entire 3.X Greyhawk product isn't moving ('cause I'm constantly reaching for that stuff), so that leaves... gasp... the Eberron stuff, the Forgotten Realms stuff and at least some of the 3.5 D&D stuff. I already had to exile my Vampire the Masquerade, Kindred of the East and Mage the Ascension stuff, because of Paizo! When will the heartbreak end?

Why do you force such horrible choices on me, Cosmo?


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I blame Cosmo (and the Valeyard) that no one is doing any significant research into developing dimensionally transcendental B.A.R.S.I.S. (Books And Roleplaying Supplements In Shelves) technology. A bookshelf that is larger on the inside than outside would be a substantial benefit.


Dr. Hans Reinhardt wrote:
I blame Cosmo (and the Valeyard) that no one is doing any significant research into developing dimensionally transcendental B.A.R.S.I.S. (Books And Roleplaying Supplements In Shelves) technology. A bookshelf that is larger on the inside than outside would be a substantial benefit.

Portable Library?


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I Blame Cosmo that it's getting to be so hot today that in an effort to keep the place cool, we aren't turning on any lights, the TV, or any game consoles.

I Blame Cosmo that because of this, I've got to run the game for my fiance and I through Word Pad with an online die roller, instead of on a table like normal.

I further Blame Cosmo that I have to put in the action replay codes manually for the creatures we made with Pokegen, so my fiance can have Pokemon White to play while I'm doing DM stuff. We lost the usb cable.

..... Really, I'm just Blaming Cosmo that I don't have a second laptop.

Sovereign Court

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Tomorrow is going to suuuuuuuuucccccckkkkk at work... Cosmo, your to blame.


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I Blame Cosmo that Artemis Moonstar seems addicted to bad things happening to him so he can come here and Blame Cosmo for it....well it is a addiction or a cry for attention...

I Also Blame Cosmo that I dropped a box on my hurt foot* today at work.

*: For reference check post #4108.

P.S.:I Blame Cosmo that I had to use a footnote for my post.

P.P.S: And a Post script.


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Set wrote:

It's at least partially Cosmo's fault that I have to reorganize my bookshelves again, because my Paizo stuff no longer fits on 'just' two entire shelves.

The Mutants & Masterminds stuff isn't moving, and the Scarred Lands stuff isn't moving, and the Adventure!/Aberrant/Trinity stuff isn't moving, and the third party 3.5 Green Ronin stuff isn't moving, and that one entire 3.X Greyhawk product isn't moving ('cause I'm constantly reaching for that stuff), so that leaves... gasp... the Eberron stuff, the Forgotten Realms stuff and at least some of the 3.5 D&D stuff. I already had to exile my Vampire the Masquerade, Kindred of the East and Mage the Ascension stuff, because of Paizo! When will the heartbreak end?

Why do you force such horrible choices on me, Cosmo?

Just do what I do... buy more bookshelves!

I blame Cosmo that there is no room for more bookshelves in my front room/library...


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Gars DarkLover wrote:
Dr. Hans Reinhardt wrote:
I blame Cosmo (and the Valeyard) that no one is doing any significant research into developing dimensionally transcendental B.A.R.S.I.S. (Books And Roleplaying Supplements In Shelves) technology. A bookshelf that is larger on the inside than outside would be a substantial benefit.
Portable Library?

Bookshelf of Holding

I blame Cosmo that these aren't a thing!

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I Blame Cosmo that the Kingdom Death store sent out emails of their new lineup (including the lovely Distracted figurine) and then immediately sold out of it. While I was asleep.

At least there's some Percivals left...


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Cosmo, you know what you did yesterday!


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{concentrates intensely, waits, gives up} I blame Cosmo that I still haven't awakened my superpower to make people spontaneously combust with my thoughts.


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I blame Cosmo for Pillbug being WRONG


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I blame Cosmo for Pillbug being RIGHT.


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Mr Krook wrote:
I blame Cosmo for Pillbug being WRONG

I blame Cosmo that if this is true, apparently I aim worse than original trilogy Stormtroopers.


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John Kretzer wrote:
I Blame Cosmo that Artemis Moonstar seems addicted to bad things happening to him so he can come here and Blame Cosmo for it....well it is a addiction or a cry for attention...

I Blame Cosmo I can't tell if Kretzer is being serious or joking. Sounds more serious, but again, thanks to Cosmo, internet communications are generally poor at implying intent and context.

Also Blame Cosmo that having pretty much 0 offline friends, Cosmo's the only one I can b~+@$ at for the state of life at the moment.

... I'm pretty sure Cosmo was the one that made b@!$#ing healthy for the human mind and body.

Why is it so fun to Blame you Cosmo?


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Artemis Moonstar wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
I Blame Cosmo that Artemis Moonstar seems addicted to bad things happening to him so he can come here and Blame Cosmo for it....well it is a addiction or a cry for attention...
I Blame Cosmo I can't tell if Kretzer is being serious or joking. Sounds more serious, but again, thanks to Cosmo, internet communications are generally poor at implying intent and context.

I Blame Cosmo that Artemis Moonstar does not know if I am serious or if I am joking. I mean it should be obvious even over the internet.


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Artemis Moonstar wrote:
Why is it so fun to Blame you Cosmo?

I blame Cosmo for immediately adding "Why can't I quit you?" to the end of that statement in my head.


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Poog blame Cozmo bigtime, pdf WBG3 not open.

NOOOOOOO!!!!


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I Blame Cosmo for hurting my back at work yesterday...and it is continuing to hurt through out today.

Oh and my foot still hurts...*shakes fist angrily* DAMN YOU COSMO!!!!


John Kretzer wrote:

I Blame Cosmo for hurting my back at work yesterday...and it is continuing to hurt through out today.

Oh and my foot still hurts...*shakes fist angrily* DAMN YOU COSMO!!!!

I am guessing you still avoid the doctors...


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Gars DarkLover wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:

I Blame Cosmo for hurting my back at work yesterday...and it is continuing to hurt through out today.

Oh and my foot still hurts...*shakes fist angrily* DAMN YOU COSMO!!!!

I am guessing you still avoid the doctors...

My back will be better by tomorrow...and my foot is getting better...I don't see why I need to run to a doctor for every little thing....

Okay okay I Blame Cosmo for my phobia of doctors...


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I Blame Cosmo that in my boredom I have convinced my fiance to let me run a random Pathfinder game for the first time in months... Of which shall be Tristalt.

I Blame Cosmo that my boredom has gotten me giddy to play what is probably an atrocious mess of book keeping.... Arcanist/Vitalist (3PP)/Vizier (3PP)...

Really, I'm just Blaming Cosmo that I am apparently masochistic for games that will in all likelihood devolve into a lot of headaches and frustrated hair pulling.... Cause I am seriously considering going balls-to-the-wall and dropping Mythic into said game.

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