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Rage

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  1. I believe LM had an affair with Neil gaiman.. Not the author but the original issues of Sandman. Dude, paper is so high school (am I doing it right?)
  2. Who would waste their money on such a thing?!
  3. Re: The Last Word No, it all ends in a singularity.
  4. Re: What Non-Fiction Book have you just finished? I have just rererereread Impro by Keith Johnstone, it's the foundation text of Improv (excluding Spolin's work), and a minor work in the field of the anarchic teaching method. It's games and concepts work really well with in a role playing situation as well. It's Mask stuff was so interesting when you compare it to LARPing that I ended up loaning my copy out to the key creators of a big Kiwi LARP. The book itself is written as one of those semibioographic, semi academic works that Theatre uses. All in all, yeah, it's pretty sweet.
  5. Re: What Fantasy/Sci-Fi book have you just finished? Please rate it...
  6. Re: Order of the Stick Maybe they have become a floating gypsy people, I know I've done it in games.
  7. Re: Order of the Stick That is my guess also.
  8. Re: Order of the Stick So, it's probably taken Roy a couple of weeks to trapse down the mountain, unless he just leapt knowning that he couldn't get hurt... Still, man, I wonder what antics we have missed down below?
  9. Re: Order of the Stick http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0499.html gnu oots!
  10. Re: Order of the Stick no the novel was good the movie was.. well it was pretty.
  11. Re: Order of the Stick damn that's cool, and here I thought it was actually starting to be a bizarre cross between dragon ball Z and that awful film about Robin William's suicidal wife.
  12. Re: Order of the Stick pure pwnage
  13. Re: Order of the Stick Ow... my heart!
  14. Re: What Fantasy/Sci-Fi book have you just finished? Please rate it... Just finished Renegades Magic, the last Soldiers Son Trilogy book, and to be honest with you I really enjoyed it. Her reinvisionings of dryads/wood elves, and mages who are used by magic were really interesting as usual, but more interesting was the way she discussed identity politics through Nevare's character. It was as interesting as it was frustrating.
  15. Re: A Thread for Random Musings i'm filming today! YEAH! Call is 2 oclock, I am so stoked, i love watching my stuff being done.
  16. Re: What Fantasy/Sci-Fi book have you just finished? Please rate it... I couldn't agree more. You know; I ended up quoting from Mythago Wood's in a religious paper I took a year or two ago, it's got some really interesting stuff, and not just of the Joycian monomyth variety
  17. Re: What Fantasy/Sci-Fi book have you just finished? Please rate it... Gordon R Dickson! I loved those books. Especially one of the sequels, Dragon on the Border, it's still in my favorite fantasy books section of my bookcase, even though, you know, I haven't actually read it in a year or three. -- I just finished Wintersmith; it's the latest Tiffany Aching book by Terry Prattchet. All in all, a very entertaining read, and it's cool to see how he is slowly raising the reading age and contextuality with the rest of the Disk World. What a canny way to force kids onto the Disk. in other news; Dzur, by Steven Brust still hasn't been released in my country, soon i'll give up and order online or something.
  18. Re: A Thread for Random Musings I'm working on a podcast atm, here's a brief snippet of what i've got atm. Feel free to critique if you so desire. http://www.zshare.net/audio/survivorsguiltexcerpt02-mp3.html Oh yeah, minor nsfw a I mention my anal cavity and what's lost in there for like 3 seconds.
  19. Re: What Are You Listening To Right Now? The Hairbrush Song (Audio Adrenaline)
  20. Re: Jokes Why did the german go to the bar? Because he has a drinking problem that's slowley tearing his family apart.
  21. Re: What Fantasy/Sci-Fi book have you just finished? Please rate it... The Lion of Boaz-Jachin and Jachin-Boaz by Russell Hoban I'd highly recomend this book, tis very literary it tis. However, it's also quite short. Has an interesting take on Orientalism but from the middle easterners side. Besides, Russell Hoban kicks ***.
  22. Re: Musings on Random Musings what he said
  23. Re: What Are You Listening To Right Now? fair- remy zero
  24. Re: A Thread for Random Musings "hat."
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