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Freehold DM wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Halp.

crashes through treppas window

I'm here! What's for dinner? I mean, how can I help?

slams into Treppa's outside wall. (muffled) what's in the liquor cabinet.. I mean, I'll help save her!


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Hmm, I see my appreciation for Kriss Kross has f%~!eth up my trajectory.

RPG Superstar 2012

Treppa wrote:
Halp.

I've heard baking powder is useful for a lot of different things.

Silver Crusade

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taig wrote:

I'll just apologize in advance for this week's monster.

TAIG WINS THE INTERNET.

Silver Crusade

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For the record, Kriss Kross wore their clothes backward, not inside out.

Get your terrible early 90s pop culture references right, people!


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Close enough.


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Not for the boss. He has smote people for lesser offenses.


Bring. It. On.


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Shaft Shepard don't take no lip from crazy assistants.

Possibly because he's dynamite.

Spoiler:
DYNOMITE!


You want a fight b~&*%! I've got a bone to pick with you!


Ha! I get it!


You damn right.


Freehold DM wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Halp.

crashes through treppas window

I'm here! What's for dinner? I mean, how can I help?

You can fix the window. There's a snow drift on the floor now.


Treppa wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Halp.

crashes through treppas window

I'm here! What's for dinner? I mean, how can I help?

You can fix the window. There's a snow drift on the floor now.

fixes window, builds a little snow-Treppa

Okay, what next?


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As long as you're here, we may as well break out the scotch.

Whisky. It's what's for dinner. And breakfast.


Treppa wrote:

As long as you're here, we may as well break out the scotch.

Whisky. It's what's for dinner. And breakfast.

I am intrigued by your newsletter, and I would like to learn more....


Another weekend, another 16 hour day!

At least I have an 8-hour break between them. Plus, more money! There's some bills to pay.

What a gorgeous day it looks to be outside!


Do be do

Picking up shifts

Makin' dat cheddah

Do be doooo


Bizarre set up with the shifts:

Midnight-8am today
4pm-midnight today
8am-4pm tomorrow
Midnight-8am Monday


So I just fell down the stairs. I was tired after work and fell from the top of so me steep stairs and I hurt my knee and my calf somehow. Afraid to look now just laid there for 45 minutes and felt so stupid and had the weirdest dizzy spell and nearly passed out. I am so stupid......


Clearly, the staircase/stairwell is infested with "gnat gnomes" who set up tripwires for you giants. They must have taking an hour+ break, otherwise they'd have picked your body free of flesh and then harvested your bones for scrimshaw. {types on keyboard} Let's see... hmmm, the earliest we can can schedule a high-threat exterminator team to clear the infestation out is on the 11th. Can I have someone in finance contact you about a payment plan? We accept all major lines of miniatures.

---

Seriously though, hope you suffered no injuries beyond bumps and bruises, and that you are feeling better soon. Did your dizziness come before you fell or afterward?


Came afterwards. Got really warm and dizzy, and then almost passed out while I was on the floor. Feeling better now. Still haven't assessed injuries. Frankly hoping if I ignore they will go away.


Is someone else there that can keep an eye on you? Maybe your blood sugar plunged before the fall, which could explain the fall, dizziness, and feeling like you might pass out... but I'm a little worried you might have concussed yourself or something else very serious is going on.

Please do be careful, keep a phone near you, and don't be afraid to call for medical assistance.


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I'd go to a walk in clinic and get checked out. Don't play with that


No walk in clinics nearby, and husband is in Australia for another 2 weeks. I'll honestly be fine my head doesn't hurt at all. Just tired as it is 1am here.


The Slaad speaks the truth. Your blood sugar could be poor.


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*yawn*

I love a morning when I wake up on my own five minutes before the alarm

Another shift, another day. The pay period ended yesterday, and I got just enough shifts to survive. I just need a few this new period and I'll be in excellent shape.


Merry Beltane!


Frost on the ground here though. We can't seem to shake the cold temps


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Patrick Curtin wrote:

*yawn*

I love a morning when I wake up on my own five minutes before the alarm

Another shift, another day. The pay period ended yesterday, and I got just enough shifts to survive. I just need a few this new period and I'll be in excellent shape.

Glad to hear that, Pat. Good luck.


Man I am going to be so happy to head home tonight. Then it's just one more shift at midnight and no more hospitsl until Saturday

***

Unless they call me in..


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I AM HAVING FUN


Less than an hour on this shift


For some reason, my dog was starving yesterday and ate four meals instead of his usual two. Today, he has to go out every two hours. In the snow. And I have the chills.

*sigh*


Treppa wrote:

For some reason, my dog was starving yesterday and ate four meals instead of his usual two. Today, he has to go out every two hours. In the snow. And I have the chills.

*sigh*

Initiating Freehold-warming protocols.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Treppa wrote:

For some reason, my dog was starving yesterday and ate four meals instead of his usual two. Today, he has to go out every two hours. In the snow. And I have the chills.

*sigh*

Initiating Freehold-warming protocols.

I think it's time someone told you that most warm-blooded mammals do not consider 30° F to be "warm." {applies another coating of Pam to scales, flips over on heat rock}


Eddie Lizzard wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Treppa wrote:

For some reason, my dog was starving yesterday and ate four meals instead of his usual two. Today, he has to go out every two hours. In the snow. And I have the chills.

*sigh*

Initiating Freehold-warming protocols.
I think it's time someone told you that most warm-blooded mammals do not consider 30° F to be "warm." {applies another coating of Pam to scales, flips over on heat rock}

of course 30 degrees isn't warm! It's merely pleasant. But if you insist, I'll really crank up the heat.

sets thermometer for 64 degrees


Freehold DM wrote:
Eddie Lizzard wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Treppa wrote:

For some reason, my dog was starving yesterday and ate four meals instead of his usual two. Today, he has to go out every two hours. In the snow. And I have the chills.

*sigh*

Initiating Freehold-warming protocols.
I think it's time someone told you that most warm-blooded mammals do not consider 30° F to be "warm." {applies another coating of Pam to scales, flips over on heat rock}

of course 30 degrees isn't warm! It's merely pleasant. But if you insist, I'll really crank up the heat.

sets thermometer for 64 degrees

That had better be +64 degrees, NOT -64 degrees!!!


Oops.


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Ibriss The (Haughty) Blind Seer NPC.


Being able to hear your own heartbeat is really distracting when you're trying to get work done.


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:

Forget not your trip to the Big Easy!

Mardi Gras is a great time to get wasted,... erm,... see the sights! Yeah, That's it! ;P

I'd rather go in the Fall. I'd like to concentrate on a more sober stroll through the French Quarter, try some local cuisine, sip a coffee and nibble on a beignet early in the morning in a small patisserie, and like that

That can be arranged! :)

I enjoyed taking my siblings on one of the French Quarter buggy rides as well, the really good drivers have a lot of good history and stories to share.

Of course, they also enjoyed the swamp tour, so there's no accounting for taste I suppose. ;P

I still suggest around September, University and schools are back in full swing, BUT I haven't gotten stupid busy yet because it's early in the semester, and no one has any shows ready to go yet. ;)

The Big Easy Monkey Mania 2017 is a GO! ;)


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Last shift on this madcap weekend. Although technically it's on Monday


Ragadolf wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:

Forget not your trip to the Big Easy!

Mardi Gras is a great time to get wasted,... erm,... see the sights! Yeah, That's it! ;P

I'd rather go in the Fall. I'd like to concentrate on a more sober stroll through the French Quarter, try some local cuisine, sip a coffee and nibble on a beignet early in the morning in a small patisserie, and like that

That can be arranged! :)

I enjoyed taking my siblings on one of the French Quarter buggy rides as well, the really good drivers have a lot of good history and stories to share.

Of course, they also enjoyed the swamp tour, so there's no accounting for taste I suppose. ;P

I still suggest around September, University and schools are back in full swing, BUT I haven't gotten stupid busy yet because it's early in the semester, and no one has any shows ready to go yet. ;)

The Big Easy Monkey Mania 2017 is a GO! ;)

September 2017 it is then! So mote it be!


Ragadolf wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:

Forget not your trip to the Big Easy!

Mardi Gras is a great time to get wasted,... erm,... see the sights! Yeah, That's it! ;P

I'd rather go in the Fall. I'd like to concentrate on a more sober stroll through the French Quarter, try some local cuisine, sip a coffee and nibble on a beignet early in the morning in a small patisserie, and like that

That can be arranged! :)

I enjoyed taking my siblings on one of the French Quarter buggy rides as well, the really good drivers have a lot of good history and stories to share.

Of course, they also enjoyed the swamp tour, so there's no accounting for taste I suppose. ;P

I still suggest around September, University and schools are back in full swing, BUT I haven't gotten stupid busy yet because it's early in the semester, and no one has any shows ready to go yet. ;)

The Big Easy Monkey Mania 2017 is a GO! ;)

But...but...flashing boobies will not be available during this time.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:

Forget not your trip to the Big Easy!

Mardi Gras is a great time to get wasted,... erm,... see the sights! Yeah, That's it! ;P

I'd rather go in the Fall. I'd like to concentrate on a more sober stroll through the French Quarter, try some local cuisine, sip a coffee and nibble on a beignet early in the morning in a small patisserie, and like that

That can be arranged! :)

I enjoyed taking my siblings on one of the French Quarter buggy rides as well, the really good drivers have a lot of good history and stories to share.

Of course, they also enjoyed the swamp tour, so there's no accounting for taste I suppose. ;P

I still suggest around September, University and schools are back in full swing, BUT I haven't gotten stupid busy yet because it's early in the semester, and no one has any shows ready to go yet. ;)

The Big Easy Monkey Mania 2017 is a GO! ;)

But...but...flashing boobies will not be available during this time.

~sighs~ If it will make you happy, then I will flash my boobs at you.


Do dragons have boobs?


Freehold DM wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:

Forget not your trip to the Big Easy!

Mardi Gras is a great time to get wasted,... erm,... see the sights! Yeah, That's it! ;P

I'd rather go in the Fall. I'd like to concentrate on a more sober stroll through the French Quarter, try some local cuisine, sip a coffee and nibble on a beignet early in the morning in a small patisserie, and like that

That can be arranged! :)

I enjoyed taking my siblings on one of the French Quarter buggy rides as well, the really good drivers have a lot of good history and stories to share.

Of course, they also enjoyed the swamp tour, so there's no accounting for taste I suppose. ;P

I still suggest around September, University and schools are back in full swing, BUT I haven't gotten stupid busy yet because it's early in the semester, and no one has any shows ready to go yet. ;)

The Big Easy Monkey Mania 2017 is a GO! ;)

But...but...flashing boobies will not be available during this time.

Obviously spoken by one who has never been to the French Quarter,... at ANY time of year! ;P


Boobs, no boobs, it matters not.

I am more interested in seeing the historical features of the city. If I want to see boobs the Internet spreads out before me in its sleazy splendor


Wet drippy car lot
Lighthouse sounds its mournful tone
Monday marches on.

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