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Marcus Impudite

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About Marcus Impudite

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    Momo's beloved Captain
  • Birthday 10/26/1974

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  1. Answers & Questions

    Q: Okay we got the cameras set up and ready to roll, and everything we need to summon Cthulhu. What? What's wrong? A: The only way that could've been an easier headshot is if the muzzle of your rifle was right up against his nose.
  2. WWYCD: Negator

    Your character is a Campaign City Bank (in Secret ID if applicable) when a figure in a three piece suit and a rubber Don Rickles mask walks in. He announces, "Hello ladies and gentlemen, I am Negator, and this is a robbery." The bank security guard approaches with his gun drawn and says, "Get a load of this jerk, he's not even armed." "Oh, I wouldn't do that if I were you," Negator says. "You're not a very good shot. You might hit an innocent bystander, or worse shoot yourself in the foot." The bank guard drops his gun and falls to the floor crying like a child. Negator then approaches a man standing in line and says, "Nice haircut pal, I see your wife got a new pot." The man falls to the floor crying and sobbing. Negator approaches a woman in the same line and says to her, "That is a lovely dress. Was the Salvation Army having a sale?" The woman falls to the floor crying and sobbing. Nagator approaches the bank teller and says, "It must be hell counting and handing out so much money on your crappy salary." The bank teller falls to the floor crying and Negator hops over the counter. He immediately begins emptying the cash drawers into a black drawstring trashbag he brought with him. WWYCD?
  3. Classic Movie Plot Holes (Spoilers)

    The first film in the Purge franchise was a basic home invasion thriller, even though committing a home invasion on Purge night wouldn't really be such a hot idea. If you don't get my meaning, consider the following: you're breaking into someone's home on the one night of the year that the homeowner can do anything they want to you and not worry about whether or not it meets the legal definition of self-defense. Best case scenario, they kill you the instant they catch you in their house. Worst case scenario, the sky's the limit as to what nasty things they might do to you before they get around to finishing you off.
  4. Star Wars 8 complaint box

    Got dragged to see it Friday by my cousin and his kids (I shall have my revenge later this week). The opening space battle was okay, but the rest of the movie had me facepalming, cringing, and wondering if the scriptwriter was vaping laundry detergent. This festering pile of porg diarrhea is officially on my "drink to forget about it" list. BTW, Poe was right in that the dreadnought needed to be destroyed or they would've ALL been dead in short order. Both Leia and Vice Admiral Hair Dye were absolute rubbish when it comes to leadership.
  5. Superdraft: All Your Earths are Belong to V'han!

    Okay, my third and final option to round things out: Option #3: A super advanced piece of technology up for grabs: the Quantum Forge. This machine can create nearly anything the user wants provided there's a source of quantum transmutable matter it can draw from. Whichever side in the conflict gets their hands on will enjoy a substantial advantage. I leave it up to Hermit to decide (secretly) who will ultimately acquire the Forge, just to make things interesting.
  6. Laundry Detergent Pods... Really?

    Nothing would please me more than to know for sure that's true. Of course, even 1% of the population being that stupid is too much.
  7. Laundry Detergent Pods... Really?

    My folks buy the big fishbowl-shaped containers they come in at Sam's and I break the safety tabs off the lid for them. They don't have any small children or idiot teenagers in the house, so it's not an issue. They have their little dog, Misty, but thankfully the one and only time one of those pods got dropped on the garage floor she turned her nose up at it. How sad that a household pet is smarter than so many teens and twenty-somethings out there.
  8. Mike works as a security guard at the base of one of Campaign City's superhero teams. While making his rounds around the base late one night, Mike notices the door to the team leader's office is open and a figure in black trousers, a black turtleneck, and a black ski mask (i.e., standard burglar getup) is at the desk rifling through the drawers and tampering with said team leader's laptop. To get the obvious out of the way, Mike follows established security protocol and contacts the main security office via radio to let them know about the intruder in the compound. He also requests back up just in case the perp turns out to be more dangerous than appearances suggest. From this point, how is Mike--and by extension, his back up when they arrive--allowed to proceed according to the law in your campaign world?
  9. WWYCD?: Helpless Holly Is In Trouble Again. (have a deck of cards handy)

    Interesting, might use that in the next one...
  10. The perennial damsel in distress of the campaign world, Helpless Holly, is once again in peril. This time, an alien monster has captured her and dragged her back to its lair, located in Campaign City's abandoned subway tunnels. What does the creature want with her? Shuffle a standard deck of playing cards, draw one card, and check below: Hearts: It wants to mate with Holly for some reason. Diamonds: It finds Holly adorable and wants to keep her as a pet. Spades: It's going to eat Holly for lunch. Clubs: It's going to cocoon Holly and lay its eggs on her Aliens style. Joker or anything without a suit: draw again. WWYCD?
  11. [Radio Edit]. [Radio Edit] you up the [Radio Edit] with a [Radio Edit], sideways.
  12. Did all the world suddenly turn into an episode of MTV's Jackass while I was asleep some night? It's one thing for small children to do something this dumb because they're... Well, they're small children and really need to have competent adult supervision. But honestly, once you're 8 years or older you're supposed to know better than to eat a packet of concentrated laundry soap. Some days if I didn't laugh, I'd cry.
  13. Anything wrong with using "frak" or "frag grenade"?
  14. Superdraft: All Your Earths are Belong to V'han!

    Mad Mod greedily gulped down the contents of the ornate bottle in his hand. The effects of the water were immediately noticeable looking at his reflection in the inactive view screen: his wrinkled skin was smoothing, his hair went from grey to its original vibrant red and his hairline was returning. More than that, he felt a vitality he hadn't had since the 1960s. He smiled as he straightened his Union Jack pattern tie.
  15. Superdraft: All Your Earths are Belong to V'han!

    Shuffling deck, drawing a card... 3 of Clubs. Taking orders from V'han is one thing, but Naraku is chafing under the command of that dandy, Mad Mod. He's secretly plotting to backstab Mod and take command personally.