I'm a failure as a father


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Q: "Son, who shot first?"
A: "Greedo did."

I'm sorry, son. I failed you.

Just posting this as a warning: teach your kids before its too late.


You have my condolences.


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My god. You raised a monster!

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This is why you have to start having these conversations when they are very very young.


I don't even know who you are anymore.


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I was gonna try to get you off the hook here; my kids have never been into Star Wars, so I figured you had a good shot.

I tried.

NobodysHome: "Impus Major. Who shot first?"
Impus Major: "Han Solo."

I'm sorry, Spanky. You ARE a failure.


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Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
This is why you have to start having these conversations when they are very very young.

Well, in his defense, when he was two he insisted that Darth Vader was a good guy. He would argue about this for hours.

I thought everything was well in hand.


Spanky. What have you done?


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It's a false question. There is no "who shot first." There was only one shot.


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Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
This is why you have to start having these conversations when they are very very young.

Well, in his defense, when he was two he insisted that Darth Vader was a good guy. He would argue about this for hours.

I thought everything was well in hand.

Of course he was a good guy. All he and his mentor were trying to do was to bring order and peace to the galaxy. If only the entire galaxy were united under one ruler, war would be a thing of the past. If all were to have the same status (servant of the empire), classism would be but a memory. Once the galaxy was united under the rule of the empire, courtes corruption and crime like the hu Hutt syndicates could be stepped out, improving the safety of all. Without the bureaucracy and red tape of a Senate, the empire would be free to become the most efficient and unregulated example of the free-market system ever, it would truly be a glorious time to be alive.

Spoiler:
I don't actually believe this, I just thought it would be fun to see how well I could talk the idea up.


I was going to say that everyone fails as a parent, but even by that standard you screwed up. Shame. Shame on you.


BigNorseWolf wrote:
I was going to say that everyone fails as a parent, but even by that standard you screwed up. Shame. Shame on you.

I'm the best there is at what I do.


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Gotta go ask him if he took the Gom Jabbar at school today.


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:
I was going to say that everyone fails as a parent, but even by that standard you screwed up. Shame. Shame on you.
I'm the best there is at what I do.

Apparently what you do is something other than see to the proper education of the next generation!

On the plus side, we have finally figured out what Wolverine is the best at. Its incredibly pretty

Shadow Lodge

Scythia wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
This is why you have to start having these conversations when they are very very young.

Well, in his defense, when he was two he insisted that Darth Vader was a good guy. He would argue about this for hours.

I thought everything was well in hand.

Of course he was a good guy. All he and his mentor were trying to do was to bring order and peace to the galaxy. If only the entire galaxy were united under one ruler, war would be a thing of the past. If all were to have the same status (servant of the empire), classism would be but a memory. Once the galaxy was united under the rule of the empire, courtes corruption and crime like the hu Hutt syndicates could be stepped out, improving the safety of all. Without the bureaucracy and red tape of a Senate, the empire would be free to become the most efficient and unregulated example of the free-market system ever, it would truly be a glorious time to be alive.

** spoiler omitted **

This is a pretty good summary of an LE perspective on the world. Well done.

The Exchange

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Don't feel too bad Spanky. My kids both like Jar Jar Binks.

Sometimes I cry myself to sleep at night.


~laughter~

Scarab Sages

Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

Q: "Son, who shot first?"

A: "Greedo did."

I'm sorry, son. I failed you.

Just posting this as a warning: teach your kids before its too late.

I weep for the future of humanity.

Scarab Sages

Vod Canockers wrote:
It's a false question. There is no "who shot first." There was only one shot.

The man speaks truth.


Even Lucas disagrees with your kid!


What?! I am calling child services!


HAVE YOU NO DECENCY, SIR?


You need to blame Cosmo, no parent can foul up that badly!


I must know how you made this mistake so that others do not repeat it.


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Wrath wrote:

Don't feel too bad Spanky. My kids both like Jar Jar Binks.

Sometimes I cry myself to sleep at night.

All my kids like Jar Jar. I like him too, because he causes so much pain and suffering.


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Orthos wrote:
Scythia wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
This is why you have to start having these conversations when they are very very young.

Well, in his defense, when he was two he insisted that Darth Vader was a good guy. He would argue about this for hours.

I thought everything was well in hand.

Of course he was a good guy. All he and his mentor were trying to do was to bring order and peace to the galaxy. If only the entire galaxy were united under one ruler, war would be a thing of the past. If all were to have the same status (servant of the empire), classism would be but a memory. Once the galaxy was united under the rule of the empire, courtes corruption and crime like the hu Hutt syndicates could be stepped out, improving the safety of all. Without the bureaucracy and red tape of a Senate, the empire would be free to become the most efficient and unregulated example of the free-market system ever, it would truly be a glorious time to be alive.

** spoiler omitted **

This is a pretty good summary of an LE perspective on the world. Well done.

I wish my dad would give me a galaxy to rule over. Luke is ungrateful.


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Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Scythia wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
This is why you have to start having these conversations when they are very very young.

Well, in his defense, when he was two he insisted that Darth Vader was a good guy. He would argue about this for hours.

I thought everything was well in hand.

Of course he was a good guy. All he and his mentor were trying to do was to bring order and peace to the galaxy. If only the entire galaxy were united under one ruler, war would be a thing of the past. If all were to have the same status (servant of the empire), classism would be but a memory. Once the galaxy was united under the rule of the empire, courtes corruption and crime like the hu Hutt syndicates could be stepped out, improving the safety of all. Without the bureaucracy and red tape of a Senate, the empire would be free to become the most efficient and unregulated example of the free-market system ever, it would truly be a glorious time to be alive.

** spoiler omitted **

This is a pretty good summary of an LE perspective on the world. Well done.
I wish my dad would give me a galaxy to rule over. Luke is ungrateful.

Choose your own smart remark:

Option A
Option B


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Orthos wrote:
Scythia wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
This is why you have to start having these conversations when they are very very young.

Well, in his defense, when he was two he insisted that Darth Vader was a good guy. He would argue about this for hours.

I thought everything was well in hand.

Of course he was a good guy. All he and his mentor were trying to do was to bring order and peace to the galaxy. If only the entire galaxy were united under one ruler, war would be a thing of the past. If all were to have the same status (servant of the empire), classism would be but a memory. Once the galaxy was united under the rule of the empire, courtes corruption and crime like the hu Hutt syndicates could be stepped out, improving the safety of all. Without the bureaucracy and red tape of a Senate, the empire would be free to become the most efficient and unregulated example of the free-market system ever, it would truly be a glorious time to be alive.

** spoiler omitted **

This is a pretty good summary of an LE perspective on the world. Well done.

LE is what I always play when I'm evil. CG when I'm good. Take from that what you will. :P

Shadow Lodge

I tend to play Lawful, the other axis varies more. LG is my favorite alignment to play. And I'm not good at playing Chaotic characters unless they're CN - my CG characters tend to drift to LG, and my CE characters either drift up to CN or over to LE.


That is tempting combination.


Scythia wrote:
LE is what I always play when I'm evil. CG when I'm good. Take from that what you will. :P

Both my evil and good characters are usually LN. ;)


NG or CE here. Both are great.


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I'm just gonna say that the bit of my paladin.'s alignment I'm most worried about is the L bit


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I'm a bard stuck in a paladin's armour.


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

Q: "Son, who shot first?"

A: "Greedo did."

I'm sorry, son. I failed you.

Just posting this as a warning: teach your kids before its too late.

Well he did. His mouth I mean, not his blaster.


I'm calling CPS right now.

-MD

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