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Discordian Recipes / Re: DECLASSIFIED drink recipes by TWJ
« on: December 24, 2015, 11:02:39 pm »

1 lb of fine buckwheat(dark) honey

I have only ever seen orange blossom, clover, wild flower and mesquite honeys, which are all light colored.  That's probably a regional thing.

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DO NOT PROCEED WITH CIDER THAT IS STILL STEAMING! ALCOHOL WILL EVAPORATE AND REDUCE POTENCY AT BEST OR COULD EXPLODE!!!!

I sense a story behind this.

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Merry Christmas and Christmas Eve, you wonderful bastards, you.

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Got a call this morning that my regular hangout place and only place of human interaction, they got evicted.  At 6 am.  With apparently no notice, they had to be out of the building today.  I have been going into a downward slope thing emotionally, and had been looking forward to trying to ignore the Bad Days to come with Minecraft Realms and talking to my friend and friendly acquaintances.

Today is shaping up to be fucking fantastic, let me tell you. :kingmeh:

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Literate Chaotic / Re: ITT: Original Story Ideas
« on: December 16, 2015, 01:17:18 am »
Investigation of the body of an exsanguinated illegal immigrant found in an alley in New Mexico leads to a black market blood ring. Tracing this ring leads the investigators to a coven of vampires who, empathetic to the plight of humans, wanted to ensure that they were getting the blood of the willing and that those providing blood were well-compensated -- vampires who were unaware of the way that market forces might lead to the very poor having their blood stolen by greedy blood-dealers. These vampires, in order to survive, must drink the blood of *living* human beings, so as the blood dealers were getting greedier and draining more people to the point of death the vampires were getting less and less nutrition (and thus were needing a greater amount of blood) -- you see, the basis of their immortality is to feed on tiny amounts of the life forces of all the people whose blood they sample, using the magical link of blood to blood, so that if they drink the blood of enough people then each person only feels slightly more tired (or must eat slightly more to maintain the same energy level), something they generally attribute to aging. The investigator, quite illegally, comes to a deal with these vampires: he pulled some strings and made sure that rejected donated blood (donated blood that doesn't pass some tests for purity or that hasn't been properly stored) can be disposed of using a 'biohazard disposal service' that is actually a front for the vampire coven; after all, vampires can't get sick from slightly spoiled blood or from blood-borne human pathogens (they can happily consume HIV-positive blood and such, although they don't because that would more significantly lower the life-span of aids patients).

That's interesting as fuck.  I'd read the hell out of it.

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Here's a good friend of mine, freaking herself out with the second most dangerous unique enemy in Requiem: the Giant Slaughterfish

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1ndFNW5Hhc

Just what I needed on  Monday!

So I take it you won't be going in the water?

Everyone should go into the water, live there, and die there.

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No, but it's pretty much exactly like it sounds.  You can't see them, at all.  They hit you, and you go down, unless you're in heavy armour or you're maging it up pretty well (or a Dunmer).

D:  Damn.

I suspect a mixture of Storm Atronachs, Aura Whisper and Empowered Fireballs will kill them.  Eventually.

Key word, right there.

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That moment where you can't decide if the writer didn't know, and it's embarrassing, or they did and got away with it, and find it hilarious.

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No, but it's pretty much exactly like it sounds.  You can't see them, at all.  They hit you, and you go down, unless you're in heavy armour or you're maging it up pretty well (or a Dunmer).

D:  Damn.

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Invisible Entities?  Do you have a video of fighting one of those yet?

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The first time she fought it, she freaked out, dropped her headphones and mic, and went into mini-hysterics for a minute.  It's well worth watching the whole video of the first encounter, it's kinda hilarious.

Also, defeating it as a level 28 warrior is actually pretty good going.  Like, my level 32 assassin might be able to kill it, but I'd have to use both my daedra hearts (+7000 poison damage), use a whole bunch of poisons aside, and I wouldn't be guaranteed a hit given how fast that thing moves.

Itmdid move fast, it was just suddenly THERE.

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Here's a good friend of mine, freaking herself out with the second most dangerous unique enemy in Requiem: the Giant Slaughterfish

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1ndFNW5Hhc

:lulz: 

"My heart's not even beating right now OH -thumpthumpthumpthumpthump-"

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: HELP ME NAME A HUMAN!
« on: December 08, 2015, 11:23:01 pm »
I quite like Tasi and Nikita, but Joey is also really good.

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Some lady in an SUV just almost ran me over while I was crossing the street. I was in the crosswalk, it was my light, and she was turning into the intersection... in fact, she saw me, stopped, and then waited until I was WELL into the street before turning, such that if I hadn't sen her and stopped right then she would have creamed me. I flipped her off while screaming "FUCK YOU PIECE OF SHIT COCKSUCKER!" and lunged for her passenger window, but I wasn't close enough to give it a bang. The cuntsucking piece of filth made like she was going to park so I angled in that direction, but APPARENTLY SOMETHING MADE HER CHANGE HER MIND because she drove away instead.

Perhaps she was looking for someone to fight, and wanted to start shit?  It sounds reasonable, given what you say here.

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I drink a lot and punch things.  It helps.


Punching things helps a lot of things, I've found.

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