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Messages - Kurt Christ

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Billy, have you ever seen a grown man naked?
Have you ever looked deeply into the eyes of a wolf?
Have you ever looked deeply into the eyes of a naked grown man?

I don't actually own a television now, but I will probably look into finding some way to watch this.
<-also a dork

Thanks all, I'm a very proud mother/father figure :P

A really cute mantis hitched a ride with us out of Burning Man... I called her Marla.

Cool, and related:  I haven't named them yet!?  Suggestions?


Scyther and Scizor.

I second this.

While it's not really retro, Samurai Jack has some pretty visually interesting action sequences. I'm particularly fond of the fight sequence at the end of "Jack and the Haunted House" and some or the scenes from "The Birth of Evil."

Normally bugs as pets kind of irks me, but for some reason these little fellas seem more wholesome.

Despite the fact that they're vicious little monsters.
"Despite?" That's the charm, right there.

What? Nothing for Huntsville?

This was my thought as well-Huntsville is a much shorter trip than Kennedy (closest of the four for me).

A note on car purchases for students who live on/near campus:
In addition to the cost of the car itself, in my experience, city campuses make you pay an arm, a leg, and a testicle for parking permits. Walking or biking will be much easier on your wallet, and probably help to counteract the terribly unhealthy campus food you will probably be ingesting freshman year.

I, for one, support this bill wholeheartedly. Even the disabled have a constitutional right to bear arm.

Fresh oysters are wonderful.

I like how the image creator compares the protesters actions to shutting down Wall Street like we're supposed to think it's a BAD thing.

Alanis Miorrissette- You Oughtta Know

The Rolling Stones- Angie

Gloria Gaynor- I Will Survive

Cake- A cover of the above (I enjoy, but YMMV)

Nine Inch Nails- Reptile

Nine Inch Nails- That's What I Get

Nick Cave And the Bad Seeds- Ain't Gonna Rain Anymore

Nick Cave And the Bad Seeds- I Let Love In

You could open a medical marijuana dispensary somewhere. I think I remember you saying you've dealt in the past, but I don't know if you've grown. It sounds like you could get the startup capital without too much difficulty from what you've said about your ability to pay for training.

You said you don't like math- how do you feel about biological and health sciences? Nursing is a valid option, as others have mentioned.

If you're okay with biology and chemistry, maybe look into pharmacy.

RPG Ghetto / Re: Pokethulhu
« on: March 18, 2011, 06:49:06 pm »
Anyone taken a look at Pokemon Tabletop Adventures? Mechanically it's a lot like 4e in that moves work just like Powers (at-will... daily...etc) and it follows a more Gamist tone. I don't particularly like 4e for that reason, but I think that in P:TA it works quite well since, Pokemon is, well, a video game. The classes include a holy avatar of legendary Pokemon that can worship Missingno and get item-duplicating abilities. Each time he uses them, he risks being glitched out of reality forever, treated like he never even existed. If that isn't enough to pique your interest, I don't know what is.
I've considered it, but my gaming group has been in shambles since I started college. I need to get a steady group together before I really want to try anything weird out. Plus, I normally play the pulpy, half-comedic adventures and run the horror games, and I'm not sure of anyone but me who would run PTA.

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