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1 hour ago, Kangaroorex said:

 

Have you tried contacting the drug company?  There are a number of them that offer relief for long time users of their drugs (everyone likes a success story) or for financial hardship.  You might be able to get them to pick up most of the tab even if your insurance company wont. 

 

Because of my high deductible program, the manufacturer of my cancer drugs picks up the cost of the first 3 months of my drugs and only charges me a small fee until my insurance kicks in past the deductible. 

 

If you're in a lot of misery, they might be able to help. 

 

I have not, honestly, probably never would have thought about that. We're on state insurance so I'm not sure how that would work.

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33 minutes ago, Citrine said:

Just got my surgery appointment time for tomorrow, 5:30 AM!  A bit earlier than my normal get up time....  Good thing our hotel is across the street from the hospital.  That is not a coincidence, I was warned it could be that early, so we got a hotel close. 

 

Today's tests went fine, the stuff they gave me to numb my throat for the esophageal ultrasound tasted absolutely horrible.

 

Good luck tomorrow, will be thinking of you. 

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40 minutes ago, Citrine said:

Just got my surgery appointment time for tomorrow, 5:30 AM!  A bit earlier than my normal get up time....  Good thing our hotel is across the street from the hospital.  That is not a coincidence, I was warned it could be that early, so we got a hotel close. 

 

Today's tests went fine, the stuff they gave me to numb my throat for the esophageal ultrasound tasted absolutely horrible.

 

Good luck tomorrow! Get some sleep tonight, you'll need it.

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2 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:
2 hours ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

I'm not subscribed but I have no trouble commenting.

GEM

Ok.

I guess there's too many moving parts for me.....

 

I couldn't get it to work on mobile at the ReaperCon ReaperLive. I could see the stream, and see the chat, but not comment. I had a free Prime subscription waiting, so I subscribed thinking that would unlock the chat. It didn't. I already follow ReaperMiniatures on Twitch. So, for me, it could have just been mobile. I tried to download the app to see if that would help, but I don't have enough space on my cheap generic phone. It works on my computer, though. Not sure if that provides any insight.

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Since it is too much trouble for them to use youtube live anymore, it's too much trouble for me to bother with them anymore...

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I've been following a friend who streams games; so I'm following a whole pile of gamers.... yes, that makes logical sense. 

Following does two things; it puts the streamer on your list, so they're easy to find again, and gives you the option of being notified when said streamers go live. 

Subbing just gives you access to shiny emotes specific to that streamer that you can use anywhere, really. 

 

 

Twitch... has issues. But it isn't the worst option out there.

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, redambrosia said:

Good news everyone! 

 

Hubby has acquired a job! I’m not sure when he starts, but it’s graveyard shift, which will allow me to get a (higher paying) daytime shift, so we don’t have to get outside childcare. 

 

Even more promising, I’ve got a second interview for next week, for a job that could be amazing for us! 

 

If if everything works out, I could get to go to reapercon next year!!

 

1 hour ago, Citrine said:

Just got my surgery appointment time for tomorrow, 5:30 AM!  A bit earlier than my normal get up time....  Good thing our hotel is across the street from the hospital.  That is not a coincidence, I was warned it could be that early, so we got a hotel close. 

 

Today's tests went fine, the stuff they gave me to numb my throat for the esophageal ultrasound tasted absolutely horrible.

Good luck to both of you!

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I was thinking about a thing today that happened a while back. It was in a MALL, so you know it was back around the time the oceans drank Atlantis.

I was on the downstairs portion of the mall, and upon determining I wanted to go upstairs, hunted around until I found the escalator, and stepped aboard.

In the process of ascending, I noted that the entire middle of the escalator was clotted with people. Judging from their familiarity and lack of interest in personal space, I concluded that these folks were all members of a family... Mom, Dad, Grandma, Teen Boy, Eldest Girl, Middle Boy, Middle Girl, Pink Bow Toddler, and Tiny Nose Miner. I paid them no heed. They weren’t bothering me.

Until they arrived at the top of the escalator.

Because that was where they stopped. All of them. They all dismounted the escalator, and stood right there, at the top of the escalator, in a tight clot of humanity, apparently to discuss where they would go next, perhaps intending to split up and do their shopping and then meet later at the food court or whatever. I really don’t know. I wasn’t listening to their conversation so much as I was wondering if they were going to get out of the WAY.

They did not get out of the way. They stood there, a foot off the escalator steps, completely blocking the exit to the escalator. Dad had begun talking, and everyone was listening raptly to whatever it was he was saying.

I pondered how I would deal with this. My arrival would put me right behind Mom, who was holding Pink Bow Toddler. It occurred to me that perhaps the sudden arrival of a stranger less than a foot behind her might discomfit and alarm her. I certainly didn’t want to do that. What to do?

Perhaps I would run back down the escalator. I glanced behind me. No luck. There was some guy three feet behind me, and others behind HIM. For a moment, I pondered simply leaping the thirty feet back down to the lower floor, but quickly discarded that idea. I simply shrugged, and was disgorged by the escalator directly behind Mom.

Mom reacted about the way I thought she would, with an “Oh!” and a brisk step forward. Dad looked at me like I’d showed up uninvited for Thanksgiving. Grandma looked at me like I’d yanked open my dirty trenchcoat to expose my naughty bits. The kids stared at me like I’d descended from a flying saucer.

Dad gave me an indignant look. I smiled at him. Mom frantically nudged through her children to get away from me.

“Ex-CUSE me?” Dad snapped.

I kept smiling. “Yes, exactly. Excuse me,” I beamed at him, following Mom’s path through the children. Mom glanced over her shoulder at me, and was apparently shocked that I was still there, and skittered forward, opening me a path. I strode briskly through the opening. Dad looked like he was starting to get angry, and I hoped to put some distance between us before he could work through being surprised. Plus, I felt the presence behind me of another body, and I really didn’t want Guy Behind Me in my back pocket.

As I strode briskly forward, Dad noticed Guy Behind Me, and shifted into High Indignance. Here he was, just trying to marshal his family, and these COMPLETE STRANGERS insisted on barging through their PERSONAL SPACE!

Behind me, Dad apparently noticed Guy Behind Me, and said loudly, “PARDON ME? What are you people DOING?”

Guy Behind Me said, “I’m WALKING here,” in a tone of voice that dared Dad to do something about it.

I did not respond or turn back. I figured if a fight was going to happen, well, perhaps Dad would rather wrassle Guy Behind Me than myself, since I’d already put some distance on.

 

And at that point, this entire vignette fades from my memory. I don’t remember where I went after that, what I did in the mall, or whether or not Dad ever actually realized that he had stopped for a family conference in the one place in the mall where complete strangers really had no choice but to shove him and his family aside, or simply leap off a thirty foot drop for the sake of politeness.

But weirdly enough? This entire thing springs to mind, whole and unedited, every time I try to walk through a doorway in which someone has taken up permanent residence for the sake of a conversation....

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20 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

 

 

My former Major left during my vacation, one of his last actions was to sign me up for this.

So when I got back from vacation I found an email telling me I was part of this.

I saw him a few days later when he came to say goodye and we joked about it.

 

He knows I don't really mind doing this, the only minor inconvenience is getting up really really early and having to stand in whatever weather it will be in ceremonial garb.

 

Pezler, I can't, it's best kept secret that our Royal Family is consorting with Wizards...

The public might not understand

The Royal family has been consorting with Wizards since the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. The name's Dee, John Dee, Agent 007.

 

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(Technically, Dee was a necromancer - collecting information through conversing with the dead.)

 

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***

 

The Formerly Fearsome Foursome has added another young woman - the girls now outnumber the boys, 3 to 2.

 

And, for the first time, I have an Inquisitor in my game.

 

Not exactly certain how to fit her in, but I am thinking liaison with the faith.

 

Which works well, given what is happening in tomorrow's game.  :devil: <- an accurate representation of what is going to happen. ::P:

 

Come for the necromancy, stay for the demonology.

 

The Auld Grump - the laughing devils and flamebearers from the session I ran for the other group will be attacking the funeral. Seems like a job for the inquisition, to me, unexpected though they may be.

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21 minutes ago, Dr.Bedlam said:

I was thinking about a thing today that happened a while back. It was in a MALL, so you know it was back around the time the oceans drank Atlantis.

I was on the downstairs portion of the mall, and upon determining I wanted to go upstairs, hunted around until I found the escalator, and stepped aboard.

In the process of ascending, I noted that the entire middle of the escalator was clotted with people. Judging from their familiarity and lack of interest in personal space, I concluded that these folks were all members of a family... Mom, Dad, Grandma, Teen Boy, Eldest Girl, Middle Boy, Middle Girl, Pink Bow Toddler, and Tiny Nose Miner. I paid them no heed. They weren’t bothering me.

Until they arrived at the top of the escalator.

Because that was where they stopped. All of them. They all dismounted the escalator, and stood right there, at the top of the escalator, in a tight clot of humanity, apparently to discuss where they would go next, perhaps intending to split up and do their shopping and then meet later at the food court or whatever. I really don’t know. I wasn’t listening to their conversation so much as I was wondering if they were going to get out of the WAY.

They did not get out of the way. They stood there, a foot off the escalator steps, completely blocking the exit to the escalator. Dad had begun talking, and everyone was listening raptly to whatever it was he was saying.

I pondered how I would deal with this. My arrival would put me right behind Mom, who was holding Pink Bow Toddler. It occurred to me that perhaps the sudden arrival of a stranger less than a foot behind her might discomfit and alarm her. I certainly didn’t want to do that. What to do?

Perhaps I would run back down the escalator. I glanced behind me. No luck. There was some guy three feet behind me, and others behind HIM. For a moment, I pondered simply leaping the thirty feet back down to the lower floor, but quickly discarded that idea. I simply shrugged, and was disgorged by the escalator directly behind Mom.

Mom reacted about the way I thought she would, with an “Oh!” and a brisk step forward. Dad looked at me like I’d showed up uninvited for Thanksgiving. Grandma looked at me like I’d yanked open my dirty trenchcoat to expose my naughty bits. The kids stared at me like I’d descended from a flying saucer.

Dad gave me an indignant look. I smiled at him. Mom frantically nudged through her children to get away from me.

“Ex-CUSE me?” Dad snapped.

I kept smiling. “Yes, exactly. Excuse me,” I beamed at him, following Mom’s path through the children. Mom glanced over her shoulder at me, and was apparently shocked that I was still there, and skittered forward, opening me a path. I strode briskly through the opening. Dad looked like he was starting to get angry, and I hoped to put some distance between us before he could work through being surprised. Plus, I felt the presence behind me of another body, and I really didn’t want Guy Behind Me in my back pocket.

As I strode briskly forward, Dad noticed Guy Behind Me, and shifted into High Indignance. Here he was, just trying to marshal his family, and these COMPLETE STRANGERS insisted on barging through their PERSONAL SPACE!

Behind me, Dad apparently noticed Guy Behind Me, and said loudly, “PARDON ME? What are you people DOING?”

Guy Behind Me said, “I’m WALKING here,” in a tone of voice that dared Dad to do something about it.

I did not respond or turn back. I figured if a fight was going to happen, well, perhaps Dad would rather wrassle Guy Behind Me than myself, since I’d already put some distance on.

 

And at that point, this entire vignette fades from my memory. I don’t remember where I went after that, what I did in the mall, or whether or not Dad ever actually realized that he had stopped for a family conference in the one place in the mall where complete strangers really had no choice but to shove him and his family aside, or simply leap off a thirty foot drop for the sake of politeness.

But weirdly enough? This entire thing springs to mind, whole and unedited, every time I try to walk through a doorway in which someone has taken up permanent residence for the sake of a conversation....

The appropriate way to handle the escalator situation is to start bellowing orders to "CLEAR THE WAY!" , in your best Drill Sergeant Tone and Volume, when you are about halfway above floor level.

These nudnicks represent a Clear And Present Safety Hazard to every person on the inexorably moving set of rising stairs.  If they refuse to move when you reach the top, particularly if there are others close behind you then it's time for pushing people out of the way, with the use of elbows and knees where appropriate.

If "Mr. Stupid" continues to be obnoxious, advice him to call the police, whom I'm positive will be more than obliging in reading him the appropriate sections of the Public Safety Code and if he continues to be less than apologetic such other portions of the Civil Code as appropriate.

I deal with the clusters of self absorbed people blocking access-ways all the time at conventions for our Fraternal Orders.  The little old ladies have a habit of entering a room or hallway and then clustering in such a fashion as to make it nigh impossible for others to get through until it is brought [loudly, because they are all half or more deaf] to their attention that they are blocking the entryway and could they please move to one side to continue their conversation.

GEM

Who has a low to non-existent tolerance for such incivilities.

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Considering buying the hardcover for Bard's Gate, while it is on sale at Frog God.

 

I have the old Necromancer Games version, both print and PDF, and the PDF of the Frog God version, but I am becoming enamored of the massive print versions from Frog God - if I have enough, I can build my own Fortress of Solitude....

 

Right now I have both the PDF and print versions of The Blight open at the same time, but my vision is growing blurry, and my jaw gaping as I yawn...

 

Methinks it is time for bed.

 

The Auld Grump

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I won't lie - if you're going to stop and block an escalator's exit it's your own fault if you get pushed out of the way...  You get one warning about two seconds beforehand, usually in words I can't repeat here on the forums, but it's effective along the lines of "MOVE, YOU IDIOT!"... Unless I'm working, in which case you get about three seconds, and the warning is something along the lines of "delivery driver with heavy package!" and if you get hit by the box, sorry but you were warned, and you stopped where I technically couldn't see you.. 

 

Seems rude, but there's usually thirty people behind me, and a bunch of people behind them, so... Yeah.  I'm not getting stuck in that. 

 

As for people blocking doorways, if your job isn't to block the doorway, you'll get growled at and probably get something like "move!" barked out at you... 

 

I used to be polite about it all, but if you're going to stop at the escalators do what everyone else does - walk a few more steps forwards, and a few to either side, and voila, you aren't blocking anyone anymore... Or better yet?  Just have a plan before getting on the escalator! 

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