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  1. @Sylverthorne Cannot hurt. Not like most of what I do requires on-site presence (unless working on layers 1 and 2, but I rarely do that these days)
  2. This assumes the judges can be found. From hearing the Girlblin grumble, that appears to be the limiting factor.
  3. Dwarf Transmuter Being how Thorne already took the best one (haven't chained cooldowns with this degree of precision in a long time)... Trails in the Sky SC, the final encounter with Loewe. If you go in unprepared, the game asks you if you just want to continue the story after he wipes the party. Being the stubborn fool I am, I decided that I would rather /win/ that one. Of course, I went in with Estelle (set up as melee / support), Joshua (melee / disabler), Kloe (healer / disabler) and Olivier (magic assault), had not optimized the loadout for speed, and the first thing the guy does after battle is joined is trigger his special attack. So, back to the last savegame. Swap Olivier out for Kevin, make sure the priest is fully loaded to burn skills, load everyone out for speed, try that again. Interrupt with Kevin for a shield... and watch in horror as Loewe summons shadows of himself to fill out the battlefield. As if his Archaisms weren't bad enough... Right. Re-tool the loadout again, make Estelle a support character with every casting time reduction I can find, so she can keep a Speed buff on the group, while Joshua uses area attacks to keep the adds manageable and Kloe keeps Loewe delayed in as much as she can. Kevin's only job is to make sure the invulnerability buff stays active, in case something else /does/ get a turn... and after that degree of preparation, I /still/ ended up coming out having used up most of my consumables, and with everyone below half health...
  4. Remote work is a thing ;) Seriously, though, I am not sure that move would be a good idea, between five cats and a flock of chickens...
  5. Yeah, I wouldn't even start with locally hosted services for that. Maybe a Windows SBS install, and I think Microsoft discontinued that - couldn't compete with the Google stuff. Still rubs me wrong to entrust my data to a cloud entity, though...
  6. Yeah, I've pretty well given up on local services for consumers. There is no way to compete with the convenience of "the Cloud", and the risks to personal data be damned. The risks are just friction losses in that space. Unless there is an enormous breach, I don't see that changing any time soon. Having no idea what scale you are working on, I can't comment on whether the Google utilities are the best choice; I work in a branch office (~30 people) of a global company with around 800 employees worldwide. and I am discovering that in terms of useability, for us, the Google stuff is just so much easier than Sharepoint or some other locally-installed collaboration suite. At the same time, though, we are in the business of operating electronic fare collection systems for /our/ customers, so I have often found that you can put your app in the cloud - but you still need infrastructure guys to operate it. This realization, sadly, seems to be lacking in our management. :(
  7. aturriff

    Safe arrivals!

    Though I feel like I should ask whether you wish to financially support TSA operations with your pre-check fee. Sitting on my hands now to avoid this being moved to Beekeepers...
  8. Am I hearing someone is teaching a class on PF2? I'd like to see if I can /actually/ finish a character, just to see how the final version works. My group gave up in utter disgust on the playtest.
  9. Keeping in mind that Kerensky's own Clan is basically the Red Army, stars as organizational unit make perfect sense. They also tie in fine with the Tengrism of the Mongol Horde, and as for the mysticism - if you /really/ want to tell said Tengrists that there isn't more under the Great Canopy than the regular five senses can detect, I would advise availing yourself of a Fire Moth... ;)
  10. Fools! My army of cuteness-enhanced, hypoallergenic Siberian kittens will paralyze them all into inaction, leaving no opposition for my world conquest! Also, if every mad scientist has a cat on their lap, I can take over their labs and rummage through their lab notes.
  11. RX packets 459829071 bytes 611832109732 (569.8 GiB) RX errors 0 dropped 0 overruns 0 frame 0 TX packets 272866915 bytes 28467937297 (26.5 GiB) TX errors 0 dropped 0 overruns 0 carrier 0 collisions 0 Considering this is on a 12/1 link, and the aggregate of two weeks, I know what you mean.
  12. ... Evangelion without Fly Me To The Moon? That seems sacrilegious...
  13. Hm. 'Ex' carries the ablativum, and I wonder if you might not do better with 'profundum'? 'Profunditatum' seems rather philosophical. Also, shouldn't that be 'redde' (imperative) or 'redderes' (2nd person)? Also, the Lord's Prayer uses 'liberare' for 'to deliver' in that sense, but that seems better translated as 'free us from evil' there... Sorry, momentarily geeking out here...
  14. Well, yeah, someone's got to pay the bills. Why not the out-of-staters who don't know to keep to the speed limit...
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