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Lord of the Dish Pit

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    Reading,(pulp and horror mostly),miniature painting, occasional playstation binge

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  1. So Murphy escaped the world of the Dresden Files and entered ours? This could explain some things....
  2. Weren't you the one asking people to send you snow? Granted I was trying to summon some myself, and it came after a bit of a delay, but that was only intended for my part of the world. And I might have been doing a bit too much research into Ithaqua and Wendigo lore during a time when I had a bit of odd synchronicity going on...and greater Wendigo do tend to travel in snow storms... But I wasn't the one asking the snow to go to Texas...although this whole thing very well might be the work of the Necromancers of Canada seeking to expand South and running into the Dread Might of the Cheese Lords of Wisconsin with odd side effects...
  3. Agents of M.E.O.W. While I appreciate the sentiment behind the gesture, leaving me dead mice on the porch is not necessary, I have plenty of food.
  4. With the return of the Yellow Orb That Burns and Blinds, came higher temperatures, and the thaw is beginning earlier than I thought it would... Which means it's kinda raining in the dining room now. I got outside this afternoon and attacked the pile in the corner of the roof with a roof rake, but there is still somewhere between an inch to three inches of ice all over the roof. So I threw some hockey puck sized melting discs up there as well. I was hoping that instead of going down like this, that the snow would stick around until early March, where what melts during the day would not refreeze at night... but as usual the sun has foiled my plans.
  5. The Blinding Yellow Orb is back. I do not care for this, as the glare off of the snow is such that I have to close one eye to navigate my way to the coffee pot in the kitchen, then use the force to sense my way out of the kitchen again, and continue about my day using the eye I had kept shut until my blurred out vision in the other one returns. By this point of course, I'm out of coffee again and the process repeats itself.
  6. Earlier I mentioned Ice Trolls attacking the transit system. Which caused me to start wondering why this was not a more common thing, after all a bus or train car stuffed with commuters would be much like a can of Pringles to a great many things, trolls, ogres, etc. After consulting the Fat Little Birds, I learned about these guys... The International Order of Transit Wizards, established in 1974. Think the old school Guardian Angels but with less berets, and more fireballs. For a while up until the last few years, they prevented the sacking of the subways and buses, but now that most are getting up in age they're trying to retire only to find that the pension deal they made with the various unions wasn't exactly taken seriously...once word spread about the pension going sideways, most either quit or went on strike. The incident with the Ice Trolls last night may have been caused by a disgruntled Transit Wizard who decided that since his services weren't valued that he'd become part of the problem.
  7. Did battle with the pipe and the driveway and won, but my back is not happy with me after that. More snow came down as well, so I'm starting to get a mini mountain of it going by the shrub. One of these days Hannah is going to nuke the wrong "butterfly " and find herself on a Summer Court hit list. I for one, would not want to be anywhere within a half mile radius of her when that happens. They didn't shut it down for the weather per se, they shut it down due to the Ice Trolls that had figured out that the transit system was a fine source of "snacks".
  8. Aquarian Metal Rooster here. (Unsnuffable as predicted by the Alice in Chains song) No, but from what he was saying eariler I got the impression he was mainly exploring back and side roads, so hopefully he has wasn't on I 35.
  9. It was the section of pipe directly under the house between the floor and the ground. The city minion threw me a bum lead with the sidewalk thing. So the guy the plumber refered was able to hook up an electric heat line to it and thaw it in about an hour. Since then I've kept it running at a larger amount than the slow drip it was at before and haven't had any issues. Probably helps that the severe cold moved on about 3am on the 9th, judging by the fact that instead of merely keeping pace with the cold, the space heater overcame it and I awoke sweating instead of freezing then. So this whole thing, which began with one of my space heaters dying on the 6th, the freeze on the 7th, was over by the 9th...perfectly timed as a 40th birthday message from Something... On Sunday a buddy of mine is coming over to help me with a Menards run and getting some heating wire wrapped around the pipe.
  10. I have incoming water again! (Still thinking I ought to squirrel away a few buckets of snow just in case though)
  11. Harbingers of the Time of Nuts according to the Prophetic Chatterings of Peapod the Pocket Squirrel.
  12. The deep cold here is about a month or two behind most years, usually pipes freeze in late December/early January. The bar downtown also had their pipes freeze the same time mine did. So far we've had more snow than in the previous six years, but par for the course of twenty years ago, which usually would provide an insulating effect on the pipes. (I was told by the city minion that in my case the sidewalk they put in over the pipes has given the cold an express route to go deeper into the ground, and judging by the new construction around what was once Little Joe's I imagine similar happened there as well. We'll have a wet spring I'm thinking, but if the summer is a repeat of 2020, dry and hot, then we might be having to worry about fires as well.
  13. So basically the National Spirit of Canada, also known as Ithaqua the Wind Walker is taking a vacation to the South, along the route previously scouted by the hordes of geese that invaded the area a month ago....which means that the stars are right for that paticular Old One during the 2nd decan of Aquarius...and further explains why it's going to be 20 below with wind chill tonight in these parts... There seems to be an ongoing theme this year, I start listening to a lot of psychedelic 60s music, acid westerns start showing on TCM. I reignite my research into Charles Starkweather, Badlands shows on TCM. I reignite research into Bloody Bill Anderson, the plumber who is recommended to me is an Anderson, possibly a descendant of his. (I didn't ask but was strongly tempted) Well, last night I was reading the Chaosium Ithaqua Cycle of mythos fiction...tonight is going to be proper conditions for a Wendigo attack.... I appear to be surfing a wave of synchronicity Jungian style these days. (start hording snow everyone, it's the hip new trend of 2021)
  14. (snow hoarding intensifies) My gift this year other than elfed water pipes appears to be snow! So I now have fresh clean snow to fill the tub with. Granted it isn't the vision of Veronica Lake coming to tell me the secrets of sorcery based plumbing fixes and predicting winning lotto numbers accurately. But then that's just as well, last time she showed up in a dream I got a truck parked on top of me... HAMMS!!
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