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Since I can't say the same phrase twice on a page :/


Ah! My tousled trousseau tells me I can now do it correctly!


GOOD MORNING TREEFORTNAM!!!


Très bien


It looks to be a gorgeous weekend here in Flying Spaghetti Monster's country. Sadly, I had my weekend yesterday. But, not so sad as it was a fun day.


Hopefully everyone is enjoying themselves so much they won't want to go to the hospital


AHAHAHAHAHA! Sorry, couldn't keep a straight face on that one


I mean, if I was on vacation the last place I'd want to be is a hospital. But get a splinter and you average out-of-towner will sit in the waiting room for four hours looking for a nurse to pull it.


i have Queen's "Fat Bottomed Girls" stuck in my head.

It seems appropriate.


Nice ear worm bro


Hells yeah.

I need more burlesque to this song.

I really got into it during the last burlesque show I went to. My friend performed there, and one of the girls that went on before her was...of amazonian proportions. She was quite lovely, and her song was this one.


I'm suffering the slight after effects of two separate drinking bouts yesterday. Those scorpion bowls were fantastic with the hibachi though

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Treppa wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

You go girl!

Smack that day in the ass and make it call you mommy!

Interesting idea, particularly in light of the dreams I had last night... but that might be TMI. Except for Freehold, of course, who has no TMI threshold. :)

How's the beach? I can't go near the water until July 20, which is making for an unhappy summer so far.

That must be tough, surrounded by all of those beautiful beaches in Colorado...


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Colorado actually has some of the most beautiful rivers in the country, with some pretty sweet lakes also I'm sure.


Cap'n Yesterday, FaWtL Tourism wrote:
Colorado actually has some of the most beautiful rivers in the country, with some pretty sweet lakes also I'm sure.

Indeed.

Freehold will visit one day.

I wonder if there are any cons in Colorado I could work.


Hey, we have reservoirs! And streams that they call rivers here. But they are nice streams.

Und alzo, the apartment complex has an absolutely beautiful swimming pool. I should post a pic. Great view of the front range.


Yeah it was too cold to swim in the Atlantic yesterday. Pity. But, the sand was piping hot. Now I have a bit of a burn


I actually prefer pond swimming. Cape cod has a lot of lovely ponds. Plus, nothing in them that might be tempted to make a monkey meal.


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Leeches! Amoebas! Ewwwwww.


Nah. These ponds are pretty clean, and the edges are usually sanded. They are Kettlehole ponds for the most part, so their waters are relatively clean and clear.


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...pet pirahnas that have been "returned to the wild"...


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Nah. These ponds are pretty clean, and the edges are usually sanded. They are Kettlehole ponds for the most part, so their waters are relatively clean and clear.

And now I am learning differences between fen, bog, marsh, and swamp...


Treppa wrote:
...pet pirahnas that have been "returned to the wild"...

Lol. They better bring their fur parkas if they want to make a go of living around here.

Me, I know there are beasties in the salt water hereabouts.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Me, I know there are beasties in the salt water hereabouts.

Ngah. o_O

Having grown up around the Great Lakes and some big rivers, I am not used to giant beasties in the water, aside from the occasional big, nasty gar. But those stay in the water where they belong. So when I went to San Francisco and took a nice morning stroll on a pier, nothing prepared me for a sea lion popping out of the water RIGHT IN FRONT OF ME YAAAAAH!!!

Cue frantic backpedaling and falling on butt.

I swear that thing was laughing.

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Drejk wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Nah. These ponds are pretty clean, and the edges are usually sanded. They are Kettlehole ponds for the most part, so their waters are relatively clean and clear.
And now I am learning differences between fen, bog, marsh, and swamp...

This information has it's uses when writing RPG material! How many adventures are set in swamps, after all?

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Alright! Freehold and I will be trying the newly rebuilt Pomme Frites. Time for some porn!

Spoiler:
Freehold's phone keeps auto-correcting "poutine" to "porn" in his text messages. His phone knows its owner very well, apparently.


Treppa wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Me, I know there are beasties in the salt water hereabouts.

Ngah. o_O

Having grown up around the Great Lakes and some big rivers, I am not used to giant beasties in the water, aside from the occasional big, nasty gar. But those stay in the water where they belong. So when I went to San Francisco and took a nice morning stroll on a pier, nothing prepared me for a sea lion popping out of the water RIGHT IN FRONT OF ME YAAAAAH!!!

Cue frantic backpedaling and falling on butt.

I swear that thing was laughing.

I was walking on a dock in Monterrey and came across one lying across the path. He looked at me and I swear the look he gave me was 'what?' Those guys ruled the waterfront. You could hear them barking all night too. Arf arf arf all night long.


LOL,

We have gators down south here. I'd much rather be surprised by a sea lion! ;P

Old Wizard story time,
My dad, back when he was young and in the Navy, had a weekend off in Florida. He decided to spend most of one day fishing in an out of the way river/creek, (whatever it was). He caught ONE fish. It was a small, feisty fish that dad said 'tried to eat my line, it looked like was going after me!'
After banging it repeatedly on a nearby rock, the fish was caught.
A young couple (boyfriend and girlfriend) came by about that time, and asked dad if he had any luck. He showed them the fish. They asked what he was going to do with it. he said toss it back in. The guy said he'd take it, and dad gave it to him.

Newspaper, next morning, picture of the couple holding dad's fish.
Headline, 'Unidentified sailor catches Piranha in local river'

Proof that little beasties can surprise you ANYWHERE! ;P


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Nah. These ponds are pretty clean, and the edges are usually sanded. They are Kettlehole ponds for the most part, so their waters are relatively clean and clear.
And now I am learning differences between fen, bog, marsh, and swamp...
This information has it's uses when writing RPG material! How many adventures are set in swamps, after all?

Actually I have a bog-dwelling fen marsh swamp not sure yet race in mind, slowly awaiting to be written and posted since, er, probably last year.

Silver Crusade

Drejk wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Nah. These ponds are pretty clean, and the edges are usually sanded. They are Kettlehole ponds for the most part, so their waters are relatively clean and clear.
And now I am learning differences between fen, bog, marsh, and swamp...
This information has it's uses when writing RPG material! How many adventures are set in swamps, after all?
Actually I have a bog-dwelling fen marsh swamp not sure yet race in mind, slowly awaiting to be written and posted since, er, probably last year.

My Ravenloft game has been adventuring in a swamp for a long time now (mostly because it keeps stalling because of me).


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But is it really a swamp? Or is it a bog, fen, or marsh?


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Alright! Freehold and I will be trying the newly rebuilt Pomme Frites. Time for some porn!

** spoiler omitted **

despite the metropolitan transportation authority's best efforts to leave me stranded in brooklyn, we ARE FINALLY EATING POUTINE!

not porn.


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They are both sinful. :P


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It's long past time to do the big gay thing with the salty pimp.


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Treppa wrote:
They are both sinful. :P

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CH: yes, if you're going it right.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
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Anyone interested in a meat shield position in a Planescspe PbP?
Given my much-needed recent departure from Facebook, I'm in need of a distraction.
You feel like coming up with a 10th level heavy plate tank? It's Planescape so any race your little heart desires. Something with a good Con would help
Could you give me a brief rundown of the game concept?
Sure. A group of plane-hopping mercenaries are currently trying to figure out a mystery involving some dead and or erased gods and a sickened Yggdrasil. They are located out of Sigil, the big city at the heart of the multiverse. You could play a straight dwarf, or a half-earth elemental Orc, a fallen angel with a penchant for murder, a half-fiend paladin, a noble jinn stripped of power, you name it, the possibilities are endless. The group just needs someone to soak up some of the damage these beasties are tossing about at their level.
I just came up with the best character concept ever.
Can't wait to see it!

After some deliberation... I don't think I can join the game. I made a character and everything, but after taking a step back, I realized I just can't follow through. Sorry man.


Hey, better to be honest than keep us waiting. Sorry you won't be coming aboard. Post the character for s$~!s and giggles if you want


I'll put it out here first. Anyone want to play a tank in my game, speak up. Tomorrow I'll post it in recruiting


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Treppa wrote:
But is it really a swamp? Or is it a bog, fen, or marsh?

Yes, it's a swamp!

Now I know how much you paid attention to my carefully rendered descriptions... ;)


Just got in from an afternoon of tomfoolery with CH. It was as awesome as ever.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Just got in from an afternoon of tomfoolery with CH. It was as awesome as ever.

Wow. I bet Tom is pretty tuckered out. ;)


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GUTEN MORGEN TREEFORTNAM!!!


Well, I thought I'd have the day off, but an opportunity to pick up a shift appeared, so I grabbed it


I can't get into specifics due to HIPPA, but we have a guest that merits extra watching.


So, I'll be happy to do it, although losing a lovely Sunday always pains me


Well, time to walk the poochies before I have to go.


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hi everyone,

back from a weekend with friends, we had fun and enough breaks between the rainfalls to spend some time outside.
the boy had big fun playing with older children

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