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37 minutes ago, SparrowMarie said:

 

That may not /ever/ change. I'm 30 and I refuse to take naps when I need them all the time. Then I get grumpy and all that goes with it.

 

We got a Switch yesterday. My productivity has gone down to almost zero. I need to do a lot of prep for Minivember. You may see my problem here.

Not to worry, that problem will fix itself.  In another decade or to he nap ceases to ask permission first and you wind up taking one whether you want one or not.  The first time you wake from one because your head just hit the desk can be a bit painful though so I recommend staying away from desks with sharp edges...::P:

 

The Switch will have that effect on productivity.  To me it's the first real console Nintendo has made since the gamecube.  To each their own but the Wii and it's unfortunate sibling really just hurt the whole gaming industry.  So what is soaking up your time?  The latest dragon quest builds sucker up a few months of my free time.

 

Right now though I seek something falloutish.  I have been told outer worlds is what fallout 4 should have been so maybe I will check that out...

 

And if anyone is up for a little video game humor, look up the latest offering for Fallout 76:  a 99 dollar subscription! You get a broken bag of holding and a private world that other people can join and special items to let everyone know you have bought in...

The stuff that the fans asked for like npc's and a plot?  That's been delayed...::o:

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1 minute ago, Kangaroorex said:

Not to worry, that problem will fix itself.  In another decade or to he nap ceases to ask permission first and you wind up taking one whether you want one or not.  The first time you wake from one because your head just hit the desk can be a bit painful though so I recommend staying away from desks with sharp edges...::P:

 

The Switch will have that effect on productivity.  To me it's the first real console Nintendo has made since the gamecube.  To each their own but the Wii and it's unfortunate sibling really just hurt the whole gaming industry.  So what is soaking up your time?  The latest dragon quest builds sucker up a few months of my free time.

 

Right now though I seek something falloutish.  I have been told outer worlds is what fallout 4 should have been so maybe I will check that out...

 

And if anyone is up for a little video game humor, look up the latest offering for Fallout 76:  a 99 dollar subscription! You get a broken bag of holding and a private world that other people can join and special items to let everyone know you have bought in...

The stuff that the fans asked for like npc's and a plot?  That's been delayed...::o:

 

I got, on a recommendation from a friend, the Banner Saga trilogy. It's pretty neat so far. Haven't gotten very far but it's neat. It's a 2D turn based rpg with a Norse theme. Husband got Breath of the Wild, I haven't played it yet though.

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While the Wii wasn't as good as the other consoles, my kids had fun with the one they got for Christmas many years ago. Good memories for the family. My son has moved on to the Xbox One of course.

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37 minutes ago, SparrowMarie said:

 

I got, on a recommendation from a friend, the Banner Saga trilogy. It's pretty neat so far. Haven't gotten very far but it's neat. It's a 2D turn based rpg with a Norse theme. Husband got Breath of the Wild, I haven't played it yet though.

 

I haven't tried that, might have to give it a go.  I'm on my third or fourth play of call of the wild.  It's biggest problem is the replayability is not the best, other than that, it's beautiful. 

 

36 minutes ago, haldir said:

While the Wii wasn't as good as the other consoles, my kids had fun with the one they got for Christmas many years ago. Good memories for the family. My son has moved on to the Xbox One of course.

 

There were some good points of the Wii: Mario Galaxy for starters, but a lot of times the use of the controllers felt forced.  I thing a lot more could have been done and the interface could have been better.  The Switch is a really nice console and it does console things.  It's not a PC lite like the ps4 and Xbox and actually has some innovation that is useful and interesting, though the portability is very limited due to battery life:  more of a 'play while you go from your house to your friends house' than something you take on an airplane for a 3 hour trip.

42 minutes ago, Pegazus said:

Fourteen hour work day complete.

I hope you had fun or were well compensated.  14 hour days are supposed to be my thing...::D:

 

At any rate I hope you were successful!

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3 minutes ago, Kangaroorex said:
36 minutes ago, SparrowMarie said:

 

I got, on a recommendation from a friend, the Banner Saga trilogy. It's pretty neat so far. Haven't gotten very far but it's neat. It's a 2D turn based rpg with a Norse theme. Husband got Breath of the Wild, I haven't played it yet though.

 

I haven't tried that, might have to give it a go.  I'm on my third or fourth play of call of the wild.  It's biggest problem is the replayability is not the best, other than that, it's beautiful. 

 

Trails of Cold Steel came in .. yesterday? Day before? Mr. Thorne's been glued to the PS4 ever since. Ah, well. ^^;

My contribution to this has largely been in the form of comments like, 'WTF is that character WEARING?!' or, in one case, '... she should totally steal his clothes.'. 

 

I'm helping!

 

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And here I am, with my copy of Breath of the Wild still in it's original packaging....  That I picked up at the midnight release party for Smash Brothers Ultimate...

 

Then again, I was also under a LOT of stress back then, and uhm, yeah.  Nowadays it's just saving up towards a nice comfy chair I can kick back in and play on my Switch, since my desk chair is... Well, I don't trust it.

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About halfway through tonight's game - and the party is split up, sort of.

 

Soulless ouphes taking the place of five out of six of the PCs.... Half HP, and -2 to all skill checks, to hit rolls, and damage. Megan's character was split off from the rest of the group, and then formless lumps in the shadows took on a semblance of the rest of the group, but smelling of dust and rot, movements uncoordinated and lacking in grace. Eyes empty... and each is being played by another player, rather than their own, so they just aren't quite right.

 

Then, when this part is finished.... To Be Continued.

 

The Auld Grump

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Finished with the third performance in 10 days, and the only one that was planned more than 4 days out. Twas fun trying to practice the organ for "Pipes and Pumpkins" when the director of the flute choir I pinch hit for kept handing me new music and concert dates 3-4 days hence. She seems to have great faith in my ability to sight read anything.

 

With any luck, I now get a little time to actually practice and learn new things on a non-emergency basis, since my next actual performance (not counting the church choirs) isn't until December.

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things went bad at pathfinder tonight. an NPC ally did way more damage to the party than the  enemy did, and I may have made an enemy of the priesthood of zon kuthon. 

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2 hours ago, TGP said:

 

I was never tired when I was four, or five, or six... but naps were :angry: compulsory regardless. 

 

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In other news:

 

My PBS over-the-air-Channel is doing a Bob Ross marathon!

 

Happy little trees, inbound !  To go with the happy little pond. 

 

speaking of naps. 

I loved watching bob ross when I was a kid.  or at least the first half....

his soothing voice and manner always ended with me napping.

 

Now I nap, if I have to.  I do fine with 6-7 hours of sleep, if I go down to 5 (usually for a dumb reason)  then I look for nap time. 

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 Jack wanted to get in to work at 7 am today, and get in at least six hours of OT - I wanted to be home by 3 to do stuff.

 

Jack walked out his front door at 6:45 am on a Saturday morning, and found JJ and Christine and their kids sitting in his driveway. :huh:

 

Jack hasn't seen them in about seven and a half years since they moved somewhere out in Ohio after the birth of their first daughter, and they were more acquaintances than friends back then. Aside from one phone call to ask me something and a few emails and pics of their kids, we haven't really stayed in touch.

Apparently, they had literally just rolled back into town to visit family, and since they were passing within half a mile of my house they decided to see if I was awake yet. So I had to stop and chat with them and "Let's go out to breakfast!" ended up being an Egg McMuffin at the McD's drive-though... They were both on their phones with other people, and the three-year-old was rolling her eyes and informing me that her parents were "dumb".

 

I didn't get to work until 9 am. :zombie:

 

Fun fact: One of the reasons that JJ is up here visiting family is because - although he technically lives in the suburbs, being only twenty minutes from downtown wherever - at least half his neighborhood belongs to this "organic hobby-farming co-op"... :wacko:

They're all a bunch of guys with six-figure-salary work-at-home jobs who each own about six or seven acres of land and grow organic soybeans and kale and all that crap - they're really hardcore about the whole organic thing, right down to stuff like paying ridiculous prices for bags of manure from cows with organic diets and such... :rolleyes:

Apparently, two or three times a year, they underwrite the expenses of JJ's family visits  to CT because JJ drives a small empty truck up here, stopping along the way at various roadside vegetable stands and small farms, and comes back with a truckload of... pumpkins and squash and apples or whatever the hell happens to be in season at the time. :huh:

 

 At work today, when Jack went out to do a scrap run to the cardboard compactor, he opened the doors to it a bunch of cardboard fell out... :devil:

The second-shift housekeeping guy (they bring down all the cardboard scrap from the production floors in addition to changing garbage, etc.), Juan, who is totally useless and probably on medication for some kind of mental illness (or should be), had just piled up the cardboard in it all the way to the top until he could barely close the doors, and then ran it once.... Which meant that pretty much everything he had thrown in there just slid around on top of the ram instead of being pushed into the dumpster, and the ram pretty much just stayed where it was cuz the idiot had jammed too much paper into it. So I had to spend 45 minutes today taking out all the broken-down boxes and other corrugated cardboard he'd overstuffed it with, and then pull out a little bit more from inside until it was un-jammed enough that the ram would move, then slowly feed back in all the crap I'd just taken out a little at a time so it didn't jam back up. Now the box job Jack was planning to finish today is still only half done and waiting for him on Monday... :grr::devil::grr:

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Kangaroorex said:

 

There were some good points of the Wii: Mario Galaxy for starters, but a lot of times the use of the controllers felt forced.  I thing a lot more could have been done and the interface could have been better.  The Switch is a really nice console and it does console things.  It's not a PC lite like the ps4 and Xbox and actually has some innovation that is useful and interesting, though the portability is very limited due to battery life:  more of a 'play while you go from your house to your friends house' than something you take on an airplane for a 3 hour trip.

 

 

Oh no doubt on the Wii. There were time my son wish he would have had a ps3 or Xbox 360 due to his friends had those consoles but overall he was happy to play the Wii games, especially since we had a donated big screen tv. (neighbors upgraded to a HDtv  & they asked if we wanted it. It was huge & the detail on the screen wasn't the greatest but it lasted a few years till we got our own flat screen HDtv, oddly about the time my son got his 360.

 

My daughter is the Nintendo fan (Zelda mainly) & she has been itching to get a Switch, most likely the Lite version due to her being in college & right now she is unemployed. 

 

Pregens for "Shear" are done. Made up one for each class. Some oddballs like "Clancy" (name was randomly generated in dndbeyond.....:lol:) the bugbear barbarian & a halfling paladin that uses a greatsword & is in heavy armor (inspired by the Nolzur's miniature. Since it not AL legal & it doesn't need to be, I even made a aaracockra ranger.

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29 minutes ago, Evilhalfling said:
3 hours ago, TGP said:

In other news:

 

My PBS over-the-air-Channel is doing a Bob Ross marathon!

 

Happy little trees, inbound !  To go with the happy little pond. 

 

speaking of naps. 

I loved watching bob ross when I was a kid.  or at least the first half....

his soothing voice and manner always ended with me napping.

 

I ended up having a Ross-Induced nap this afternoon...I think it was about 10 minutes. :rolleyes:

 

 

It has occurred to me that if Sauron took up Painting he’d always use Liquid Black and usually wind up adding groves of  angry little Huorns.  

 

 

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29 minutes ago, Mad Jack said:

 

 Jack wanted to get in to work at 7 am today, and get in at least six hours of OT - I wanted to be home by 3 to do stuff.

 

Jack walked out his front door at 6:45 am on a Saturday morning, and found JJ and Christine and their kids sitting in his driveway. :huh:

 

Jack hasn't seen them in about seven and a half years since they moved somewhere out in Ohio after the birth of their first daughter, and they were more acquaintances than friends back then. Aside from one phone call to ask me something and a few emails and pics of their kids, we haven't really stayed in touch.

Apparently, they had literally just rolled back into town to visit family, and since they were passing within half a mile of my house they decided to see if I was awake yet. So I had to stop and chat with them and "Let's go out to breakfast!" ended up being an Egg McMuffin at the McD's drive-though... They were both on their phones with other people, and the three-year-old was rolling her eyes and informing me that her parents were "dumb".

 

I didn't get to work until 9 am. :zombie:

 

Fun fact: One of the reasons that JJ is up here visiting family is because - although he technically lives in the suburbs, being only twenty minutes from downtown wherever - at least half his neighborhood belongs to this "organic hobby-farming co-op"... :wacko:

They're all a bunch of guys with six-figure-salary work-at-home jobs who each own about six or seven acres of land and grow organic soybeans and kale and all that crap - they're really hardcore about the whole organic thing, right down to stuff like paying ridiculous prices for bags of manure from cows with organic diets and such... :rolleyes:

Apparently, two or three times a year, they underwrite the expenses of JJ's family visits  to CT because JJ drives a small empty truck up here, stopping along the way at various roadside vegetable stands and small farms, and comes back with a truckload of... pumpkins and squash and apples or whatever the hell happens to be in season at the time. :huh:

 

 At work today, when Jack went out to do a scrap run to the cardboard compactor, he opened the doors to it a bunch of cardboard fell out... :devil:

The second-shift housekeeping guy (they bring down all the cardboard scrap from the production floors in addition to changing garbage, etc.), Juan, who is totally useless and probably on medication for some kind of mental illness (or should be), had just piled up the cardboard in it all the way to the top until he could barely close the doors, and then ran it once.... Which meant that pretty much everything he had thrown in there just slid around on top of the ram instead of being pushed into the dumpster, and the ram pretty much just stayed where it was cuz the idiot had jammed too much paper into it. So I had to spend 45 minutes today taking out all the broken-down boxes and other corrugated cardboard he'd overstuffed it with, and then pull out a little bit more from inside until it was un-jammed enough that the ram would move, then slowly feed back in all the crap I'd just taken out a little at a time so it didn't jam back up. Now the box job Jack was planning to finish today is still only half done and waiting for him on Monday... :grr::devil::grr:

 

 

 

Any way to file a "trouble report" for Juan sabotaging the cardboard compactor?

GEM

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