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1 hour ago, Skallabjorn said:

Normal is a relative, not an absolute, term

 

 

 

And a setting on your dryer.

 

 

Normal people spend this kind of money for the opportunity to sit in uncomfortable chairs, eat really bad food, drink watery beer, and watch individuals making more per session of activity that the watcher will make in a year, play a game that the watcher learned in primary school.

 

Or, here in Florida, drive really fast in a circle.

 

this. so much this. how very well put this is. thank you for putting "Enablement: general spending justification #1" into words. 

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2 hours ago, Skallabjorn said:

 

Normal people spend this kind of money for the opportunity to sit in uncomfortable chairs, eat really bad food, drink watery beer, and watch individuals making more per session of activity that the watcher will make in a year, play a game that the watcher learned in primary school.

 

Or, here in Florida, drive really fast in a circle.

"Drive really fast in a circle" IS a game a lot of people learned in primary school. Especially in Florida.

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5 minutes ago, Pineapple said:

Got a school field trip today so I'll be unable to track closely during the day. I'm excited to see what the evening holds though!

 

Constellation? Zoo? Fort McHenry?

 

Chilly day here today; I hope it's somewhere indoors!  

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1 minute ago, Chris Palmer said:

 

Constellation? Zoo? Fort McHenry?

 

Chilly day here today; I hope it's somewhere indoors!  

 

Yeah, 80F is a bit chilly. I might have to wear pants today.:devil:

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Just now, Skallabjorn said:
3 minutes ago, Chris Palmer said:

 

Constellation? Zoo? Fort McHenry?

 

Chilly day here today; I hope it's somewhere indoors!  

 

Yeah, 80F is a bit chilly. I might have to wear pants today.:devil:

 

 

Lucky!   Up here in in central Maryland it's low 40s!  Freeze warning for tomorrow.

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2 minutes ago, Chris Palmer said:

 

 

Lucky!   Up here in in central Maryland it's low 40s!  Freeze warning for tomorrow.

Same here in NYC... plus windy. Thank goodness for the subways!

 

Looking forward to what today's going to bring. How quickly are we gonna get to those mounted wraiths? How hard is it gonna be to convert one over to Murkilor? Hmmm... 

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10 minutes ago, Chris Palmer said:

 

Constellation? Zoo? Fort McHenry?

 

Chilly day here today; I hope it's somewhere indoors!  

Baltimore Book Festival. It's a great annual event down at the harbor. Books, authors, comic books, drawing demonstrations, panel discussion, live music, etc.

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Number Based on 0600-0700 Reaper time today:
Current Total Pledges: $2,663,800
Current Total Backers: 17,256
Next Goal At $2,690,000
To go to Next Goal $26,200
Hours to next goal based on gains this hour: 3.9
Hours to next goal based on 24h Avg: 4.0
   
Gain in last Hour: $6,790
New Backers This Hour: 29
Total Gain Today: $32,384
Total Gain 24 Hours: $155,531
Average Hourly Pledges Today: $4,048
Average Hourly Pledges 24 Hours: $6,480
Current Average Pledge: $154.37
Average Hourly Backers Today: 11.3
Average Hourly Backers 24 Hours: 24.2
Previous Hour Total Pledges: $2,657,010
Previous Hour Total Backers: 17,227
Backers to beat Bones 1 426
Hours to hit Bones 1 based on 24 hour average 17.6
Backers to beat Bones 2 -2293
Backers to beat Bones 3 -3791
Backers to beat Bones 4 -1058
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5 minutes ago, Pineapple said:

Baltimore Book Festival. It's a great annual event down at the harbor. Books, authors, comic books, drawing demonstrations, panel discussion, live music, etc.

 

 

How fun!  Always wanted to go, but never have.  Enjoy!

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Crowley said:

 

Number Based on 0600-0700 Reaper time today:
Current Total Pledges: $2,663,800
Current Total Backers: 17,256
Next Goal At $2,690,000
To go to Next Goal $26,200
Hours to next goal based on gains this hour: 3.9
Hours to next goal based on 24h Avg: 4.0
   
Gain in last Hour: $6,790
New Backers This Hour: 29
Total Gain Today: $32,384
Total Gain 24 Hours: $155,531
Average Hourly Pledges Today: $4,048
Average Hourly Pledges 24 Hours: $6,480
Current Average Pledge: $154.37
Average Hourly Backers Today: 11.3
Average Hourly Backers 24 Hours: 24.2
Previous Hour Total Pledges: $2,657,010
Previous Hour Total Backers: 17,227
Backers to beat Bones 1 426
Hours to hit Bones 1 based on 24 hour average 17.6
Backers to beat Bones 2 -2293
Backers to beat Bones 3 -3791
Backers to beat Bones 4 -1058

 

Steadily creeping closer to loot golem. If this remains steady, we will unlock loot golem at 1:36 am tomorrow (Nov 2)

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14 hours ago, klarg1 said:

I'm kind of hoping that part three of Brinewind is just a giant sign saying "We hate you klarg1!"

 

 

I could use a bit less temptation.

 

That...might be possible...hmmm.  Would it be OK if I shorten it to just "klarg sucks!"?

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21 minutes ago, Skallabjorn said:

 

Yeah, 80F is a bit chilly. I might have to wear pants today.:devil:

Poor bugger, we're looking at 30F and clear now. Good weather to get outside.

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3 minutes ago, Skallabjorn said:

 

Steadily creeping closer to loot golem. If this remains steady, we will unlock loot golem at 1:36 am tomorrow (Nov 2)

I think it'll happen sooner.  The calculation doesn't factor in and increase in growth. 

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