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Everything posted by Vanguard00

  1. Re: A Thread for Random Musings To quote a song, my giveadamn's busted, and I'm not in the mood to fix it.
  2. Re: The cranky thread Hrmph. One poster's post can really tank a decent mood. The poopy-head.
  3. Don't know if this has been posted (or if anyone cares), but here's a pretty interesting sight regarding forensic medicine and the like. Might be some good stuff for those into that sort of thing. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/visibleproofs/
  4. Re: A Thread for Random Musings Midnight Friday night. Home alone (but for a dog) and kinda bored. Bad mojo brewin'. Gettin' all introspective and $#!&, ya know? Moody, even. Time for ice cream, I'm thinkin'.
  5. Re: The cranky thread Frak! No more Bailey's!
  6. Re: A Thread for Random Musings I keep thinking I'm going to get better about procrastinating, but I never seem to get around to doing anything about it.
  7. Re: What Are You Listening To Right Now? Don't Fear The Reaper - BOC
  8. Re: Ravenswood Academy Yearbook Wow. Well done. Verra nice indeed.
  9. Re: Longest Running Thread EVER Practice safe sex--always use a condiment
  10. Re: What Are You Listening To Right Now? Classical music, Russian, of unknown title.
  11. Re: A Thread for Random Musings A rainy day, a plate of hot food, a fire in the fireplace, and a good thriller. Sometimes life really is about the simple things.
  12. Re: What Are You Listening To Right Now? Time For Me To Ride - Toby Keith
  13. Re: Super pitcher FYI, don't forget CSLs with throwing things, PSLs vs. range or (rarely) even a Find Weakness roll (for being able to put the ball right where they want it). Also, while I agree a thrown object wouldn't exceed strength amounts, an extra damage class or two specifically attached to thrown objects might not be out of line to represent his strength and skill specifically in regards to a pitch.
  14. Re: Longest Running Thread EVER A couple of years ago one of our Help Desk ladies--a fairly attractive blonde with a balcony you could read Shakespeare off of--had a stack of those extra large rubber bands on her desk. We were in a playful mood that day and had been randomly shooting the little green rubber bands at each other. She's not normally a playful type, but got into the spirit of things. She was wearing a plunging neckline at the time. She called me over and said, "You want to try these?" My reply was something like, "Wow, those are some big ones." It took us both a coup
  15. Re: Inside Man My girl doesn't normally like law enforcement-related films due to the fact that she's a sheriff and hates seeing how they totally screw with procedure and such. That being said she does enjoy the crime/thriller type of stories (she's a huge fan of the Hannibal movies, frex). Hopefully she'll focus more on the "tense drama" aspect of the movie and not the "tough detective" part.
  16. Re: Daily Art Findings Ditto. I was lookin' through my collection and couldn't find it. Is it possible you followed other links from those provided here to get to it?
  17. Re: Pantheon: The Six-And-One How 'bout...um...three brother gods, each with their own aspect (smith, sage and judge, or whatever), and have each of the brothers be married to one aspect of the Triple Goddess. She moves from house to house (i.e. her representative stars/moons/whatever move across the night sky) as her aspects ascend and descend. Okay, yeah, it needs work but that was just off the top of my head.
  18. Re: The Life And Death Of . . . I can see we're going to have to keep an eye on you...
  19. Re: The cranky thread I'm getting a headache...
  20. Re: The cranky thread Cripes, that quote's been used in several different movies over the years. I suppose it could be better known in some than others.
  21. Re: The cranky thread It's a dog-eat-dog world out there and I'm wearin' Milk Bone underwear.
  22. Re: What Fantasy/Sci-Fi book have you just finished? Please rate it...
  23. Re: What Fantasy/Sci-Fi book have you just finished? Please rate it... Tim Powers, right? I think I have that book somewhere. I think I have a couple of his books, actually. If I remember correctly I liked 'em. I'll have to dig 'em out again. Personally, I'm on the first book of Michael Stackpole's newest series. The book is Secret Atlas, and it's solid fantasy that follows a family of cartographers in their various trials and tribulations. Here's the thing: the patriarch is locked up by the prince cuz he's too valuable to let loose. The oldest son is off in the barren wastes h
  24. Re: What Are You Listening To Right Now? Come Around, Marc Broussard
  25. Re: The "Nice Happy" Thread This was the first full year of home ownership. In the past 5-6 years I don't think I've paid more than $500 one year, and I usually get back $800-1000. My tax prepper says I'm about right in terms of withholding. However, I'll be adjusting my withholding to accomodate the shift in taxable income cuz of the interest paid on the mortgage. It was a nice and unexpected bonus to get back several grand.
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