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Lochar

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  1. Congrats. I just got notice of my company's transition and my new(not really, just with the new owners) job letter than has an overall raise as well. I cackled.
  2. Pasta Fah Jewel Close to that. I hate trying to phoenetically spell out something. I do know how to pronounce it though.
  3. Keep telling yourself that. I keep trying to tell myself that and keep failing my WILL saves hardcore. You didn't realize someone swapped out your d20 with a die that has all ones on it.
  4. It's mostly that complexity makes it hard to memorize, so people cheat or pick bad ones. A random 4 or 5 word phrase in your native language is much easier to memorize, and has lots of entropy to keep things safe. It's also much longer than the 8-16 characters expected by a lot of systems. Until they are updated, it's hard to switch. So, does that mean that the following XKCD comic is actually true? (spoilered for size) Because if so, I think it might be time to update a fair number of my passwords (made a lot easier since I use LastPass!). Huzzah! --OneBoot :D So far as I know, yes. His comments on how much entropy are in each element are right on. If you picked 30 random letters, that might be better still, but then you'd have to memorize it. Update: As a public service point, I should mention that the words have to be genuinely random, or as close as possible, meaning you use a (pseudo)random number generator, like a computer or dice. Picking words 'at random' out of your imagination won't work. The human brain is shockingly good at falling into nonrandom patterns. Correct. Doesn't help much when policy enforces 2 letters, 2 numbers, and 2 special characters. If you want, pick four numbers 1-100 out at random. Grab a dictionary, open it up to a random page. Pick the X number word as your first word. Close dictionary, reopen and repeat for random numbers 2-4. If, like me, you've got policy that enforces things, do the standard 0 for o, etc. swap outs.
  5. Trust me, we don't like 'em either. A fair number of my passwords are patterned keyboard walks, but ones that aren't obvious and randomly have Caps Lock hit or something similar.
  6. You mean you can't promise the world as a stretch goal and expect to come in on time and budget? Baph, how dare you!
  7. Since I resolved to not have any resolutions, I've paradoxed myself out of this question. :)
  8. When you wake up tomorrow and it's Monday part II, I will laugh. Watch it, you don't want a barbarian to start to rage on you... *narrows his eyes* Every day is Monday.
  9. When you wake up tomorrow and it's Monday part II, I will laugh.
  10. I'm irritated enough over elfhole furniture people as it is, waiting on a curio cabinet. Why is it I can get almost immediate delivery and services from cheaper places like Ashley, but go somewhere nice and they dick around for weeks and months? Ugh, hate that too. These racks are looking awesome though and once they are done customizing mine and send them out, I'll post pictures and do a small review of the racks. As I said, I plan on staining them as well. I totally didn't review it or anything on their facebook page.
  11. It's going to be one of the largest mini of the entire set, and likely resin cast.
  12. Clearly, you have never visited us here in Boston. He did say "humans". If there's one thing Lovecraft taught me, it's to never look too closely at the angles used in New England architecture. At ground level it's alright. Since you can't see the whole structure at once the checks are fairly easy and only hit 1 or 2 SAN. Henderson forbid you ever look at a building specs or a full city street map though.
  13. I'm irritated enough over elfhole furniture people as it is, waiting on a curio cabinet. Why is it I can get almost immediate delivery and services from cheaper places like Ashley, but go somewhere nice and they dick around for weeks and months? With no glue, I can put probably 10 or so pounds of weight on it. Enough wood glue to make it solid rather than a touch shaky, I'd be more afraid of the cat knocking it off whatever table you put it on versus climbing on it. It'll hold.
  14. Coming from someone who's already got one of theirs, put together time for a Full Monty is about 20-30 minutes, depending on how long the corner pieces take you to put together. I didn't stain or paint mine though. post some pictures of that bad boy in use! I'd love to see it! Agreed, I would like to see a users set up! :) Much bigger than I expected, so it spills over onto my computer desk. Also, I don't have a place at all for the corner pieces!
  15. Coming from someone who's already got one of theirs, put together time for a Full Monty is about 20-30 minutes, depending on how long the corner pieces take you to put together. I didn't stain or paint mine though.
  16. You've already admitted to two. There WILL be more, Sith!
  17. I'm going to start keeping a running list of things you 'didn't' do to your building...
  18. Wonder how much money is going to be stolen from the Kickstarter by purchases directly at Reapercon. :P
  19. At best, it's going to be a VERY Pyrrhic victory for the cat.
  20. I actually managed to reclaim my soul...
  21. Wait, didn't you just get a promotion or something?
  22. It's the same side view as in the scale PDF, but also include a front shot of the head and an overhead view as well. --Edit Also, if the Ewah translates to mini anywhere NEAR what the image is, I want like 12 of her. :P
  23. Moving up, my EB Major (490) is going up for grabs.
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