ShadoPrism
 member, 864 posts
 OCGD-Obsessive-Compulsive
 Gamer-Disorder
Thu 15 Oct 2015
at 19:35
Such a shame.
In reply to Little_Devil (msg # 161):

I know that feeling, loosing connections with people online. I was in an accident a few years ago and could not get online for a couple months, came back and everyone I chatted or gamed with was just Gone.
In short you want to chat, send me an Rmail, I will respond.
Grimmond
 member, 373 posts
 Antler-care by LIV THATCH
 "RALPH" The Wonder Llama
Thu 15 Oct 2015
at 22:11
Such a shame.
Eggy, at the point that she decided to take advantage of you, I would have told her that I was writing the note so she could send you HER insurance info for the damage her door or tale gate caused your car. What you did was admirable and right. What she did was scum sucking wrong.
ShadoPrism
 member, 865 posts
 OCGD-Obsessive-Compulsive
 Gamer-Disorder
Fri 16 Oct 2015
at 00:18
Such a shame.
In reply to Grimmond (msg # 166):

Ranger weapons ? I know of some that use axes, clubs, maces and one who used Karate (We were running an Oriental - Standard AD&D cross over for that one).
Swords and Bows are just the common stereotype.
kouk
 member, 601 posts
Fri 16 Oct 2015
at 09:27
Such a shame.
In reply to Grimmond (msg # 166):

Nah. Real rangers dual wield scimitars ...
Little_Devil
 member, 158 posts
Fri 16 Oct 2015
at 12:23
Such a shame.
In reply to ShadoPrism (msg # 167):

Thank you very much, I may take you up on that offer.
V_V
 member, 485 posts
 You can call me V, just V
 Life; a journey made once
Sat 17 Oct 2015
at 01:07
Such a shame.
In reply to kouk (msg # 170):

Or shoot a foe from nearly a mile away with the accuracy of forty feet and make it a headshot almost every time. Scimitars are nice though. I'll admit. I like to step it up to great scimitars, but that's splitting hairs. I also like hammer and axe though...
V_V
 member, 486 posts
 You can call me V, just V
 Life; a journey made once
Sat 17 Oct 2015
at 01:11
Such a shame.
In reply to Little_Devil (msg # 161):

If you Rmail me I'll almost guarantee a reply. I'll keep writing as long as there's someone to read and write back. My favorite thing to do is just chat, and rehash the "good"...times, games, or activities. I'm on RPOL to be a batter writer. The more chances I get, the better. I really love the people though.
Bloggers99
 member, 195 posts
 GM, Player, Rule Modifier
Sat 17 Oct 2015
at 04:38
Whoops
Got skipped over when applying for a game I was very interested in. It turns out that there was a required phrase within the rules thread which I missed. I missed it because it was after a sentence which stated "that's about all there is" followed by a few more sentences which I assumed were not of any significant importance. My fault, I know, but it's frustrating nonetheless. C'est la vie.

This message was last updated by the user at 04:38, Sat 17 Oct 2015.

GamerHandle
 member, 822 posts
 Umm.. yep.
 So, there's this door...
Sat 17 Oct 2015
at 07:07
Whoops
In reply to Bloggers99 (msg # 174):

Ah yes.. the classic frivolous and trivial error-detection game.. *sigh... Annoying.  One thing to pass-over someone who does not make even the remotest of efforts to actually apply - but, top 2 percentile? please...
ShadoPrism
 member, 866 posts
 OCGD-Obsessive-Compulsive
 Gamer-Disorder
Sat 17 Oct 2015
at 17:24
Whoops
In reply to Bloggers99 (msg # 174):

They are like Bot checks, I really don't see the point to them. I have applied to those sort of games before, even including the pet phrases, and been skipped over with no response to my application to boot (which I think is just rude, personally).
Are there Bots who play this sort of RPGs ?
Wyrm
 member, 584 posts
Sat 24 Oct 2015
at 22:55
Whoops
Situational Awareness. It seems to not be a thing in Ontario
ShadoPrism
 member, 867 posts
 OCGD-Obsessive-Compulsive
 Gamer-Disorder
Sat 24 Oct 2015
at 23:43
Whoops
In reply to Wyrm (msg # 177):

Actually that one is a bit universal. I know I suffer from a lack of it allot of the time.
Wyrm
 member, 585 posts
Tue 27 Oct 2015
at 20:40
Whoops
I need plexiglass covered solar cells that can collect enough universe juice to power the car dvd player while i wait for insurance to figure out they are reta-
Stupid.
ShadoPrism
 member, 869 posts
 OCGD-Obsessive-Compulsive
 Gamer-Disorder
Wed 28 Oct 2015
at 02:39
Whoops
In reply to Wyrm (msg # 179):

There is not enough juice in the Universe for them to work That out.
Morty
 member, 261 posts
 The Doctor.
Wed 28 Oct 2015
at 09:20
ehhhhhhhhh
players being disruptive IC and OOC.

I feel like kindergarten cop. :\
Mrrshann618
 member, 63 posts
Wed 28 Oct 2015
at 12:12
GRRRrrr
Car has been running fine up will last night. I move the car and notice there was the tiniest of "hickups" as it was turning over. This morning, dark, rainy, and kinda cold My car decided to not even turn over. A couple of clicks and nothing. Pop the hood to move second car (LeSabre) to give it a jump to learn that you need LONG cables as the battery in under the back seat, thus no way to jump from.

So I check the battery as I know I have a battery charger somewhere. 8 years old. Car is parked in the street, nearly 100 feet from the nearest outlet. I have to string two extension cords together, in the rain, hope that the moisture does not get in. Charge it for a few hours to see if I can get it to the shop to have alternator checked. Waiting on shop to open, chances are they will have no openings today.....
ShadoPrism
 member, 872 posts
 OCGD-Obsessive-Compulsive
 Gamer-Disorder
Wed 28 Oct 2015
at 19:05
GRRRrrr
In reply to Mrrshann618 (msg # 182):

It seems to be the time for that, but your lucky. Step dad last night on way home, alternator went out As he was driving, had to coast in to a store (it was closed) half way between home and the next city over. No other places near by, took over an hour for the tow truck to find him (they drove right past the place the first time, which is bad as it is the Only store there and its in an Open field area Near a traffic light. Makes me wonder about the quality of the tow services AAA covers sometimes.)
Eggy
 member, 634 posts
Wed 28 Oct 2015
at 22:48
GRRRrrr
I hate Astroturf! The field where my unit exercises is covered in Astroturf. It's murdering my hair. I've been with this unit for about a month and now I've got the worst split ends and snarly knots and frizzies! >:(
Tyr Hawk
 member, 98 posts
 You know that one guy?
 Yeah, that's me.
Wed 28 Oct 2015
at 23:11
GRRRrrr
In reply to Eggy (msg # 184):

I will admit, I had no idea that Astroturf did that to hair. Is it some sort of chemical it gives off? Or are you rubbing your head against it somehow? Or... I honestly don't know. It just surprises me to hear that the type of ground can have an effect on your hair.
Eggy
 member, 635 posts
Wed 28 Oct 2015
at 23:35
GRRRrrr
It's not the chemicals, it's just the shape of the fake blades of grass. They're like little plastic hooks that snag my hair. We go out there for situps and other ground exercises. I'm just grumpy about it right now.
Tyr Hawk
 member, 99 posts
 You know that one guy?
 Yeah, that's me.
Wed 28 Oct 2015
at 23:50
GRRRrrr
In reply to Eggy (msg # 186):

I have mow been made aware of things I was previously unaware of. =D Thank you for the education, even if I'm sorry that the turf is messing with you. =/

Would you like me to set fire to it?
~Jaguar
 member, 3246 posts
 The Hiding Amaranth...
 http://midnightquills.net
Wed 28 Oct 2015
at 23:55
GRRRrrr
In reply to Eggy (msg # 186):

I find not training as a great way around this. ;)
Eggy
 member, 636 posts
Thu 29 Oct 2015
at 00:27
GRRRrrr
Thanks, but no. Air quality around here is bad enough. And I'll keep training, too. Easier to get rid of hair tangles than tummy fat.

But now that I've vented, I can get on with my task.

And keep up with games to boot!
~Jaguar
 member, 3248 posts
 The Hiding Amaranth...
 http://midnightquills.net
Thu 29 Oct 2015
at 00:34
Re: GRRRrrr
Eggy:
Easier to get rid of hair tangles than tummy fat.


Damnit. That's what I'm doing wrong!

<vent>
Unable to get rid of tummy fat because I've been too worried about my shiny locks of hair...
</vent>
Eggy
 member, 637 posts
Thu 29 Oct 2015
at 01:10
Re: GRRRrrr
In reply to ~Jaguar (msg # 190):

Grow out your locks until they cover your tummy fat! And if anyone comments on your pudge, use your gleaming hair to blind them. :D