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no results so far on the tests about our girl, but that is actually not bad, because that suggests it is just a brain growing thing like I had as a baby


I carved pumpkins today


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next month I will be back DM'ing in my "more-or-less-every-9th-saturday-group" we go back to kingmaker and start "blood for blood" the 4th book.


for my friday group I am preparing an all-dwarf-campaign build around the "down the blighted path" module

Shadow Lodge

aeglos wrote:

hi everyone,

hi scint, hi orthos

sup


Howdy!


My monthly hotspot time is about to expire. I'll try to buy more tomorrow.


Blergh. I woke up today with oversensitivity to touch in (or underneath) the recently refilled tooth. I hope it's just a result of physical stress to the tooth caused by the new filling that will pass, and not a symptom of me wasting 150 zloty (~$42) three times on a tooth that will need to be removed soon...


Stupid tooth.


Sup Orthos and Scint!

Things are good but hectic....

Heads up folks, my internet connection turned out to be a massive turd (outsmarted myself trying to save dough while here). So I'll be a bit rough with the posting, but hopefully I'll have reconnection soon!


Living in Washington DC if you didn't see the news.


Well, Virgina actually, but pretty much the 'burbs of DC


The borders between DC, Virginia and Maryland aren't exactly clear...


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Sup Orthos and Scint!

Things are good but hectic....

Heads up folks, my internet connection turned out to be a massive turd (outsmarted myself trying to save dough while here). So I'll be a bit rough with the posting, but hopefully I'll have reconnection soon!

Grading Taming of the Shrew quizzes and writing economics notes. My courseload confuses the entire school, I swear.

Also running some of my kiddos through their first PnP game ever.


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Hey alL!

Happy Monday! :)

Blergh, There are 2 words that do not go together, like 'Jumbo' and 'Shrimp' ;P

Welp, got the broken fly line repaired, (still need ot fix what caused the probolem), and got through a busy week including our ever popular Halloween concert, where my techs dressed like Minions, and I dressed up as Gru. :) Now I'm off to load in the USNB (United States Navy band) The Commodores, our guest artist of the evening,

Laters!

<waves, exits thread chugging coffee through an IV tube,...>


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Ooh, Navy Band! I got to play with them a couple of times - pure awesome.


I went to see Thor: Ragnarok today... Great, funny movie. Though if you haven't seen, a word of warning - it's basically an superhero action comedy. It could use some more Loki, though watching his face at certain moments is great.

Silver Crusade

Afternoon, all. What did I miss?

Silver Crusade

Drejk wrote:
I went to see Thor: Ragnarok today... Great, funny movie. Though if you haven't seen, a word of warning - it's basically an superhero action comedy. It could use some more Loki, though watching his face at certain moments is great.

I heard that there is enough Chris Hemsworth fanservice to make it worthwhile in any event.


Ambulatory cactusoid

A not-so-monstrous walking cactus which spreads its spores by firing its thorns at passersby.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Drejk wrote:
I went to see Thor: Ragnarok today... Great, funny movie. Though if you haven't seen, a word of warning - it's basically an superhero action comedy. It could use some more Loki, though watching his face at certain moments is great.
I heard that there is enough Chris Hemsworth fanservice to make it worthwhile in any event.

Sorry, I paid more attention to Chris and Tom faces than bared chest of the former.


Drejk wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Drejk wrote:
I went to see Thor: Ragnarok today... Great, funny movie. Though if you haven't seen, a word of warning - it's basically an superhero action comedy. It could use some more Loki, though watching his face at certain moments is great.
I heard that there is enough Chris Hemsworth fanservice to make it worthwhile in any event.
Sorry, I paid more attention to Chris and Tom faces than bared chest of the former.

The most fanservice is offered by Hulk - if someone is into green... It was definitely disservice for Thor himself, though.


Drejk,

I know?! I mean I'm glad they made Hela a bad ass and Surtur more than just a cameo...but come on!


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Thomas Seitz wrote:
The borders between DC, Virginia and Maryland aren't exactly clear...

well. One side of the Potomac is D.C. The other is Virginia. It's pretty cut and dry on the south side.


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Just got done typing what I'm going to post next Monday, for my brother's memorial. I managed to do it without crying.


Geckodillo, an alien creature that looks like a giant, armored gecko.


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Yay! I submitted something!! Take that writer's block!!


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Drejk wrote:
I went to see Thor: Ragnarok today... Great, funny movie. Though if you haven't seen, a word of warning - it's basically an superhero action comedy. It could use some more Loki, though watching his face at certain moments is great.
I heard that there is enough Chris Hemsworth fanservice to make it worthwhile in any event.

Plus, Cate Blanchett is looking pretty damn good for 48...


So suddenly I'm fostering a pair of week old puppies that were rescued from a feral mother. The county humane society felt it was better than letting THEM grow up feral to make more puppies. They are Lord knows what breeds, but one is white and the other a very, very pale buff. I hope I do this right. I love my grownup dogs so much and these little guys have already touched my heart, even after only having them an hour and a half. So if anyone has any tips or tricks about fostering very very young pups I welcome them.

And for lack of better names I'm calling them Donny and Marie.


Positive: The oversensitivity in the newly re-repaired tooth passed today. Maybe it was just the matter of filling and the surrounding tissue adjusting to each other...

Negative: the laptop turned itself off without apparent reason. It happens from time to time, though usually when watching an occasional youtube movie on facebook. Memory issue? Drivers issue? Gfx dying? *sigh* Can't really afford a new laptop if something happens to this one :/


Overheating maybe?


No, the laptop was cool to the touch everywhere, unless it was a point overheating that didn't radiate to the surface, or an overheating sensor malfunction.

Before it shut off, the Chrome became unresponsive, after a few seconds, everything froze, and after a minute or a bit less it shut down.


First submission for Wayfinder finished and sent.


4 pm. Only 2 and half hours until the deluge of Trick or Treaters...


Drejk wrote:

No, the laptop was cool to the touch everywhere, unless it was a point overheating that didn't radiate to the surface, or an overheating sensor malfunction.

Before it shut off, the Chrome became unresponsive, after a few seconds, everything froze, and after a minute or a bit less it shut down.

Sounds like programming errors. A Triple Fault on Intel processors will shut down the system.


At Dresden Dolls show in DC. It's pretty much as good as you'd guess :)


*is glad trick or treating is over* The dog seriously cannot stand weird people in costumes. Not like vicious attack more like scared and barking.


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Yeah, that's why I don't give out candy at my house. I'd have to isolate my dogs in another room for a couple of hours if I did.


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Well my other dog (that is my brother's dog) she's pretty chill, especially at age almost 16. So...but this one is less so.

Liberty's Edge

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Hey, I hope any of you guys in New York (or with families there) are safe and well.

Silver Crusade

I was right in that area yesterday. Nowhere near there today though.


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Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus - Extra Sci Fi

Note - Extra Credits is adding a new series called Extra Sci Fi to their lineup. Enjoy.


Question for all you old people out there:

Alternate dimensions and weird monsters aside, how accurate is Stranger Things to your experience of the early 1980s?


History Summarized: The Roman Republic - Overly Sarcastic Productions


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David M Mallon wrote:

Question for all you old people out there:

Alternate dimensions and weird monsters aside, how accurate is Stranger Things to your experience of the early 1980s?

Pretty much spot on IMO.


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Caveat: I would be Nancy's age in that timeframe. Not the main protagonists. But, they really got the mood down tight.


Christ, I can't hang like the olden days. Concert+weekday+50 years old+8(ish?) alcoholic drinks=sad monkey next morning


Celestial Healer wrote:
I was right in that area yesterday. Nowhere near there today though.

Thank the gods!


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Grading papers~

Everyone sound the chorus with me. "UGH why do spelling and grammar matter? It's an economics paper!"


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Because they're still in school, that's why. Also, because I said so.

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