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Tjack

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About Tjack

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    Male
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    Boston Ma.
  • Interests
    Movies, TV, Comedy, Music and Reading Mysteries, SF, and History.
    Mostly though, I enjoy taking care of my two Godkids. She's ten and he just turned seven, and I'm teaching then the difference between DC and Marvel.
  • Biography
    I'm in my early 50's and have survived an interesting life so far.

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  1. I’m just curious, at what age was this foundling taken in? I started flashing on diaper duties for and teaching to walk someone a large percentage of your own size. Good parents. Tough parents.
  2. What I need now is a pic of the Golden Age Sandman.
  3. Props to you for your actions, but it would have been worth bonus points if you used canned goods or a jar of pickles. (Pickles because of the weight and the brine gets a nice burn going in the cuts.)
  4. “Hey, this is one of those guys taking our jobs!!” “Get ‘em boys!!!”
  5. After this commercial!! Member of the Guardians of the Galaxy stalked by paparazzi!!!!
  6. Granted, he did it mostly with Wolvie, but from time to time he’d chuck somebody else. He threw Kitty one time so she could phase into a Sentinel’s head and disrupt the circuitry. For the rules conscious among us call it, “Throw vs. willing participant.”
  7. A great job, but you forgot the special skill level for throwing teammates. Or is that something you pick up with experience points?
  8. Point one; This is not new behavior. I worked at Toys R Us during the dark days of the Cabbage Patch Kids. I saw a little old lady drive the point of her umbrella under the ribs of an Asst. Manager in a two handed quarter staff cross body move I’d never seen outside of a Robin Hood film. An inch and a half deep puncture wound. We let her take the doll...nobody liked Fred anyway. Point two; At times like this I always go back to the line from Men in Black. “A person can be smart, people are dumb, panicky animals and you know it.” Watch yourselves out there, the virus is the least dangerous thing in the supermarket.
  9. I just got back from the grocery store. I counted 8 people in masks, and four others in gloves, but no masks. No one had both. I had a mask in my pocket but between the oxygen hose and my normal breathing problems it wasn’t feasible. If I don’t have it now, I never will. I AM THE OMEGA MAN!!!! Anybody got a German Shepard to sell? I won’t pay you, but I’ll make sure you get buried before the vampires come.
  10. Three hours later. I finally figured out how I feel about this. WHAT THE EVERLASTING FRAK!!!!!!! GEORGE FRAKKING WEASLEY!!!!!! SOMEBODY BETTER TELL ME THIS IS SOME KIND OF APRIL FOOL’S JOKE OR SOMEBODY’S GETTING SUED!!!!! I DON’T KNOW WHO, AND I DON’T KNOW FOR WHAT, BUT I GOT A CHEAP LAWYER AND I’M NOT AFRAID TO USE ‘EM!!!!!!
  11. I just did this thing three times and got George Weasley each time. 82% once and 83% twice. I didn’t even pick Harry Potter as a reference. I don’t know how I feel about this
  12. I don’t want to take this thread off topic, but to merely broaden the subject. While I haven’t done much Fantasy gaming, I have been either a GM or player in a number of Science Fiction games. (Star Wars, Star Trek, Far Future etc.) and the nature of this discussion lends it self well to the subject of alien races in games as well. I think the main idea has to be the need to keep some sort of balance between these basic points. 1) The inherent block of information a player brings with them about a race, whether its Elves & Dwarves or Klingons & Twileks. 2) Someway of giving a player leeway to make a static racial description into a fully fleshed out character of their own. 3) Allowing the GM enough room to create a world of their own. Nothing kills the mood of a game faster than a players cry of “But they don’t act like that!” If you can pull all that off, you could have a really good game on your hands. How to do it is the question.
  13. Nice, you don’t see a Mr. Mom quote everyday.
  14. Only in the dugout. Not on the field, just like his prostitutes and hot dogs.
  15. I don’t remember who said it but I do like the rule of thumb “If you can smoke while doing it, it’s not a sport.” And yes, there goes golf, bowling and darts. That stuff is better categorized as a pastime or a game. Rounders is a very good movie however.
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