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Eighteenth Moon, Third Quarter of the Snows, the Year of December three thousand two hundred and Fifty two

I rise from bed and dress.

Before I leave my quarters, I kneel on the hard sandstone floor and praise the Eighth Sigil adorning my door, offering my morning repetitions.

"Many days hath December,
No other can we remember.
Still we recall the fifty-third day,
our failure then, and why we pray.
Kneeling and reverential,
We forgot the eggs, they were essential."


The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: ORIGINS thread.
« on: February 23, 2015, 03:54:51 pm »
Weaponized brisket.   :lulz:

The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Speak No More
« on: February 23, 2015, 12:55:42 pm »
LMNO I'm finally buying tickets for this. I'm trying to avoid a stay in NYC overnight so the earlier I get in the better, but if I hit up the 7:00 show do I miss the finale, or do they do a separate finale for each entry?

Discordian Recipes / Re: PD Recipe Thread
« on: February 22, 2015, 11:31:32 pm »
Depends on the brand.  Some sliced cheese is in fact nothing but lard bound by industrial alcohol (chemically similar to a Twinkie).

Some is actual cheese.

On the other hand, I like this false catagorization/exclusionary trend, and will now state that cheese is only cheese if you make it yourself from raw milk.

I am of the firm opinion that anything is cheese if you just call it cheese.

You sir, are a philistine and a sell out to Big Cheese.

Hey, call me whatever you want. I'm going to go enjoy my medium-rare cheese with cheese chutney.

This was up there with that NaNoWriMo argument I had with Nigel as one of my favorite interactions I've had on PD. We're seriously just a bunch of fucking dickheads.   :lulz:

Damn, this is a fairly straightforward paper and I am so out of the habit of reading academic work that I can barely digest it. I'm going to have to come back to it later. It's interesting stuff, but it's been a solid seven years since I've sunk my teeth into research.

You don't look 32 by your post.

Care to eloborate?


He is a bad person and is pulling on your leg, in case it has bells on it.

One day they'll be there.   :sad:

You don't look 32 by your post.

RPG Ghetto / Re: The Emperor's blockparty RPG ghetto style
« on: February 20, 2015, 12:30:18 pm »
WH40K is the single most hilarious thing Games Workshop has ever done.  I never played the tabletop version, I preferred Fantasy Warhammer (High Elves, Dogs of War), but the setting is so purposefully GRIMDARK it becomes a self-perpetuating parody of itself, while remaining aware of the fact.  It's actually pretty brilliant.

I love it for that. I think GRIMDARK might have even come from 40k (In the grim darkness of...).

I'm not particularly interested in the money sink the miniatures are, but I've had fun with a few video games and novels. It's brain candy. I can imagine it's just a blast churning out one of those books. Writing about Nurgle is like a 10 year old boy going on for entire paragraphs about boogers in typically over the top style. I hear Dan Abnett's stuff in the setting is actually quite good though.

RPG Ghetto / Re: The Emperor's blockparty RPG ghetto style
« on: February 20, 2015, 11:58:36 am »
Hail Tzeentch, Changer of Ways.

I'm in a new band. Improv black metal. Fuck yes.

You are required to post a pic of yourself in the make up.

If I can get the other guys to don the makeup, yes. Not sure of that's possible though. Bloody noise/improv crew and their "use everyday wear" attitudes.

I thought corpse paint was everyday wear.   :sad:

I used to follow Elder Scrolls lore like you, until I took an arrow to the knee.  :sad:

The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Who's Who on
« on: February 19, 2015, 01:34:35 pm »
Man, that didn't take long.

That's not just a niche market, that's an industry. Registering

"I don't know, I just don't think I'm prepared for this presentation. A board member is going to be there!"

Pan left, to mildly disheveled but amiable young man. He places a hand on the speaker's shoulder. "It's cool, brah, you got this."

"Thanks anxiety bro!"

I just reply to casual conversation with deep and mysterious phrases like "everything happens for no reason" and "the only driving force in our rudderless world is the sweet Chaos."

"You're so interesting," people say, and, "can you finish that clove cigarette outside?"

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