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Patrick Curtin wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
..............Ugh I have spent $1000 in the last month on gaming stuff........ I have a problem.
I hear you. It's hard to downsize. But, you don't want your collection to take over your life. Then you become a hoarder

Yeah my issue is having so many minis. I only subscribe to the pathfinder minis and pick up what I need here in there from the new releases. My new purchases are all either books and Dwarven Forge terrain.


Exta Credits a game "design" site with some history there too. I am enjoying the videos, despite not being a game designer.

Silver Crusade

Same. Loving the start of Suleiman.


The Great War


Sharoth wrote:
The Great War

Until I clicked it, I thought it was this.


Why can't I ever f#*$ing sleep?


I am awake if you want to talk. As for the sleep part, I do not know. I could bore you to sleep. ~starts to take out a 1500 page technical manual~ Shall we start with page one?


Celestial Healer wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Clockwork Surgeon. Because Tiny Coffee Golem asked for a healbot.

This is awesome.

I love things that can heal, if you haven't noticed.

Me too. A side of effect of me playing healer on MMORPGs to be honest. I want to pester Owen for making Player Companion: Support Tactics Toolbox so I could write a few archetypes, feats, and spells for healers for Paizo.


David M Mallon wrote:
Why can't I ever f#+%ing sleep?

I managed to get to bed around 22:00 and sleep until 7:00 with only one or two short moments of getting awake after a week or two of my sleep schedule getting very wonky (like getting to bed at 1-2 and waking up four hours later just to crash for another 3-4 hours later in the day).

Have you (and your wallet/insurer) considered going to a doctor to see if he can pick some sort of medication to stabilize your sleep? I might end with some mild anti-anxiety medicine myself.

I should schedule visit to the doctor today, actually...


And yet, I am still feeling like I should go back to bed...


I can't f*?king sleep because I'm either working or my dogs want to play the 'I wanna go out' game all night. Seriously, 4 fricking Am and I've let them out four times already.


Now I'm awake and my dogs are finally settled down


Or take some more Melatonin. That sh1t knocks me out but good


Maybe I should watch the Walking Dead episode

Or the Venture Bros


Nope. melatonin. Got a big day soon. Gotta be on point


I saw a mourning cloak butterfly while walking Saturday. That kinda floored me


Spring is near. Ostara will be soon.


~LAUGHTER~ I am not sure if we should apologize to Canada or if Canada should apologize to us. ~shakes my head in amusement~


Well, the melatonin worked. Thank YHWH.


Sharoth wrote:
~LAUGHTER~ I am not sure if we should apologize to Canada or if Canada should apologize to us. ~shakes my head in amusement~

That's some good stuff! I have to get my YouTubevwatching updated. It's ine of the few sites not blocked at work, and I'm tired of watching my co-workers watching 'Epic girl fails 2016'


Physical exam time. Always fun sitting in a Doctor's office


Im so grateful for Internet connection at these times


Internet and Angry birds for the win!
:)


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Angry birds EPIC that is! :D


Now gym. I like to remind myself just how old and creaky I am. Keeps me humble. And sore


Be glad you can work out. I am currently allowed to walk and only walk. And walking for me is like walking barefoot on a room full of Legos.

Shadow Lodge

Ragadolf wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

Another recommendation for the bibliophiles:

The Everness Series Billed as a YA series, it is very enjoyable, and Ian McDonald is a craftsmen when it comes to settings. His science-fictiony takes on Turkey, India, and Brazil are also worth reading. The Everness series deals with alternate universes, and as such is right in my wheelhouse.

Another sounds good to me series!

My daughter (after MUCH trying in middle school) finally found her reading niche. Twisted Fairy tales.
(Not THOSE! get your minds out of the gutter!) ;P

The ones where either fairy tale persons are real, and living in our world, or you can visit them, or something similar, like Disney's recent 'Descendants' movie.

For a slightly 'alternative' take on fairy tale cliches, I recommend the Enchanted Forest Chronicles, starting with Dealing with Dragons. Long story short, the main character is a princess who is pretty disinterested in the stuff a princess is expected to do and promptly goes and gets herself kidnapped by a dragon to get away from the princes and knights constantly vying for her attention and inheritance.

The whole series plays with fairy tale tropes and expectations rather liberally, poking goodnatured fun at the typical storytelling routines of the classic tales and generally just having a good old time with itself. It's hardly complex writing, and the stories aren't all that long, but it's fun.

Scarab Sages

It's a small world after all!
It's a small world after all!
It's a small world after all!
It's a small, small world.

Scarab Sages

Clearly, whoever wrote that song never walked around the Magic Kingdom with a five year old and a two year old.

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure, Rulebook Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber

My wife is planning on taking her friend and her five year old. I don't envy her.

Scarab Sages

Fast pass is your friend. You can avoid some lines.

Scarab Sages

Also, the MyDisneyExperience app.

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure, Rulebook Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber

I let her handle all that last month. We got through Star Tours and Hyperspace Mountain in only an hour or two.


Aberzombie wrote:
Clearly, whoever wrote that song never walked around the Magic Kingdom with a five year old and a two year old.

Clearly.

because as much as I like Disney World, after the 3rd time (that day) of going on that ride, and the kids singing it nonstop, I was ready to take a curling iron to my eardrums! ;P

Fortunately riding OTHER rides gave me enough of a musical break that I was able to salvage my sanity.

Well,... mostly,... ;P

Shadow Lodge

At theatre. Thirty minutes to Deadpool.

Silver Crusade

When my family went to Disney, Dad made damn sure it would be the last thing we went on. Luckily for me, the ride broke before we could get on it.

Silver Crusade

Orthos wrote:
At theatre. Thirty minutes to Deadpool.

I still have to see that. Maybe this weekend.

Caught 10 Cloverfield Lane in Florida while visiting family. The movie would have been better had it not been crammed into the Cloverfield franchise.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
At theatre. Thirty minutes to Deadpool.

I still have to see that. Maybe this weekend.

Caught 10 Cloverfield Lane in Florida while visiting family. The movie would have been better had it not been crammed into the Cloverfield franchise.

hey! shakes fist

Can't wait to see it myself.

Silver Crusade

Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
At theatre. Thirty minutes to Deadpool.

I still have to see that. Maybe this weekend.

Caught 10 Cloverfield Lane in Florida while visiting family. The movie would have been better had it not been crammed into the Cloverfield franchise.

hey! shakes fist

Can't wait to see it myself.

I can't elaborate my views without spoiling the film. A lot about it was great, but then J. J. Abrams went and added some stupidity.

I loved John Goodman's performance.


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Or take some more Melatonin. That sh1t knocks me out but good

I tried that for the longest time, and it never did a thing for me.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
At theatre. Thirty minutes to Deadpool.

I still have to see that. Maybe this weekend.

Caught 10 Cloverfield Lane in Florida while visiting family. The movie would have been better had it not been crammed into the Cloverfield franchise.

hey! shakes fist

Can't wait to see it myself.

I can't elaborate my views without spoiling the film. A lot about it was great, but then J. J. Abrams went and added some stupidity.

I loved John Goodman's performance.

shakes fist

I hear he is the runaway star of the film, his time away getting in shape has helped him out significantly, although I heard he was equally terrifying in the gambling film.


David M Mallon wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Or take some more Melatonin. That sh1t knocks me out but good
I tried that for the longest time, and it never did a thing for me.

Ever try Valerian Root? That worked pretty well for me too. The only issue is have is I'd build up immunity to it really quick, and have to up the dosage. Plus it stank. Like literally stank bad.


Treppa wrote:
Be glad you can work out. I am currently allowed to walk and only walk. And walking for me is like walking barefoot on a room full of Legos.

That sucks :(. I do thank the universe for my relatively decent health. Mostly I exercise to fight a rearguard battle to maintain it

I hope your walking becomes less Lego like!


Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
At theatre. Thirty minutes to Deadpool.

I still have to see that. Maybe this weekend.

Caught 10 Cloverfield Lane in Florida while visiting family. The movie would have been better had it not been crammed into the Cloverfield franchise.

hey! shakes fist

Can't wait to see it myself.

That reminds me. I need to see it. Maybe tomorrow


ANOTHER successful evening in the gym. I'm less exhausted after tonight's session, which only missed reverse pectoral fly.

My wife says my neck is disappearing. Hm.


Good job! Keep on lifting.


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Good job! Keep on lifting.

[Dori]Just keep lifting, lifting, lifting. Just keep lifting, lifting, lifting.[/Dori]


Blergh time to sleep


And now, time for an hour of Kindle and Cardio....


Everything hurts...No pain no gain...

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