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Lamrok

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  1. Re: Musings on Random Musings If you have a Nintendo Wii, you can. I haven't tried it yet, though. Also, I think there's a program on the G4 cable channel that plays a lot of youtube clips.
  2. Re: Musings on Random Musings Quite true. A few months ago, I decided to alter my eating habits - generally eating less, and working to stick to low-fat high-nutrient foods. My goal is to stay on this new plan for pretty much forever. I'm trying not to think of it as a diet so much as a more reasoned approach to eating. So far so good. My main problem with dieting has been that I had no issues with my size. My doctor said I was healthy and had no real reason to lose weight, and I just generally liked being a bit more massive. Until I got into my twenties, I was severely underweight, and hated it. Once I began to put on weight, I started feeling a lot better about myself. As long as I kept reaonably fit I was reaonably happy. But, there are other factors. As my kids have been getting older, I've been spending more time playing sports with them, and to be able to keep up, I need to lose some mass. I'm also hoping that I'll have a few less aches and pains to deal with, and hoping to feel a bit more energetic. I've had a fairly stellar year at work and I want to keep the momentum going. A bunch of people at my office have scored some MAJOR successes with Weight Watchers. I think our office, collectively, has lost about 30% of its total mass in the last two years. I'm not doing this personally, but it does seem that it can work for a lot of people.
  3. Re: Longest Running Thread EVER Hopefully.
  4. Re: Longest Running Thread EVER Especially given that it didn't work in Napoleon Dynamite.
  5. Re: Longest Running Thread EVER The rumor of the treasure's existence did a lot to keep the peace in the group, especially in the beginning. No one wanted El Puerco dead before he lead them to the treasure.
  6. Re: Longest Running Thread EVER Thanks for the kind words. Bart was a survivor, though. I think it would have taken a tactical nuke to finish him, given some of the situations he made it through. Well, a nuclear weapon or a gag in his mouth. If Bart was still talking the battle wasn't over.
  7. Re: Longest Running Thread EVER It went surprisingly well. They players had a real appetite for what Deadlands is all about, and they did an excellent job playing over-the-top characters. I felt that as GM, all I had to do was nudge them every so often to move on to the next scene. I think the game would have just about run itself without a GM.
  8. Re: Longest Running Thread EVER I think he was in a lot more danger from Mrs. Grey, actually.
  9. Re: Musings on Random Musings Watching a couple of hours of network TV should disabuse you of this notion, though it might depend on how expansive you were in your definition of "freak".
  10. Re: Musings on Random Musings People outside the south can't begin to comprehend what is meant by a "Catfish Restaurant." In Shreveport, people would "go out for Catfish" like they "go out for Chinese" most places. Gotta have hushpuppies with your catfish.
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