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25 June 2012 @ 05:24 pm
I joined LJ because of a friend and it seems that friend has moved on to greener pastures.  So, it is fitting that I follow suit.  I will now be writing (with extreme infrequency as always) over here from now on. I've been there for a bit now, just making it official(?).
25 June 2010 @ 01:20 pm
This is just too damn funny.  Same guys who did 300 PG.

14 May 2010 @ 04:13 pm
I've been finally leveling my Paladin in WoW, whom was the second character I ever created and seemed to be stuck at level 12.  Been really pushing him lately and upon reaching level 60 (finally!) I gleefully get a new ability, Hammer of the Righteous.  This spell rocks, but something about it seems far too... familiar. 

Then, it hit me, Eadric the Pure casts this and shouts its name out in a glorious fashion.  Practically giggling, I create a macro so every time I cast it I hear him shout it. Lo and behold I never realized how often I would cast this spell, and how I have a tendency to double click to make sure it goes off.  It hasn't gotten too annoying yet, but it may have to go.  But man, it was hilarious at first.
29 March 2010 @ 01:35 pm
This is alarming coinciding with our recent talks.  Answer is much funnier though.

15 January 2010 @ 07:41 pm
Earlier I mentioned being excited about roleplaying a halfling thief in our newest D&D adventure.  I decided during the down time that I would write up a lil' history of his to share.  Hope you enjoy.  (I did not check grammar or spelling so I may edit it later, but I just wanted to get out there)

Edit: Fixed some spelling/grammar errors.  Also rereading this made me realize I had left out an important detail.  That detail being the loophole in the disownment contract.  Ralth would be allowed back into the family if, and only if, his older brothers could not in any way fufill their duties as head of the household when the time came.

Ralth Dinfarther von Ralskalper IIICollapse )
14 October 2009 @ 05:03 pm
R.I.P. Captain Lou Albano

I'll be sure to do "the Mario" for you later on.
05 July 2009 @ 12:56 pm
After a boring and tedious 4th of July (although the eve was entertaining), I am rather excited about tonight's game!  dragonoflife  finished our original Birthright story arc, and is going to start a new campaign this eve.  I am playing a halfling, my first ever I believe.  Ralth Dinfarther von Ralskalper III, a little vagabond who was ostricized by his family after he stole a few family heirlooms from their vaults.  He traveled the world to learn and to dip his hands into thing he ought not to.  The family funds he could swipe before his departure was drying up.  Rather than attempt to scam other to line his pockets, Ralth decided to join the adventurers guild; to get the neccessary training and experience he would need for such future endevors.  An this, is about when our Story begins.  Gonna be a good one methinks. 

Current Mood: excitedexcited
24 June 2009 @ 07:57 pm
So, there's been something as of late during our D&D sessions every Sunday, something that I am taking notice of.  I am way too tired during our games; not on the verge of plonking down and snoozing, but tired enough that things I believe I would have noticed in game I am not seeing until it is too late.  I am getting no where near enough sleep the night before, that and a day of work at the mall drains me.  The problem is that I am a bit of a night owl, and I have to get up earlier than I normally do during the week, but mah mind is not ready to go to sleep.  Sure, I could go through the measures of putting my head to the pillow..... and lay awake for several hours until my internal clock says it's time for bed.   Maybe I should start asking for Sundays off.
13 March 2009 @ 05:15 pm
So today started off kind of lousy; my alarm didn't wake me, so I had to scramble to get out on time, but that was all in vain since my bus did a no show.  With impending lateness I continue my journey; second bus that takes me to the mall was late, this added with the most obnoxious children in the back coupled with a passenger who would stop bitching about the driver's lateness (as a rule I don't complain about it, it's a fairly long route and traffic or passengers wither certain needs[i.e. somebody in a wheelchair] will easily add several minutes to the travel time.  All this would put me in a bad mood, but what kept a smile on my face the whole time was my encounter at Rockville station.  As I was walking to my bus stop, this black guy was coming out of the terminal facing me.  "How could ya do this?" He exclaims; not thinking he was talking with me I continue on my path.  He repeats it, but this time I know he's speaking to me.

Random guy - "What are the chances man?"
Me - "What's that?"
RG - "I hit on this lady, and she turns out to be an attorney!"
Me - "Oh man, that's rough"
RG - "A good one at that!"
Me - "daaaaaaamn"
RG - "I'm gonna stay in trouble though *pause* know how?"
Me - "How's that?"
RG - "I'm gonna marry the bitch!"

We both start laughing and we both move on.  It was so random, but it ended on such a positive note, like we bonded in the 30 seconds we spoke.  Race, attire, ideals, none of these things were processed into the equation, just some guy sharing a quick story and us having a laugh about it.... brilliant.
Current Mood: amusedamused