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#1802 Nov 02 2013 at 6:24 PM Rating: Good
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So, yeah, I'm back to playing Skyrim again. Rocking that "heavy armor, magic, greatsword" combo, because being a badass mage with a greatsword is the best thing ever. I've also been fiddling with some mods, so now my game is 100% more awesome and has 100% longer load times. Smiley: thumbsup
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#1803 Nov 03 2013 at 12:19 AM Rating: Good
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I've never played it, but everyone seems to love FF6. I personally like FF7 more than FF8, and I'm not a fan of FF9 (though a ton of gamers LOVE it). To be fair, I don't think I ever got through disc one of 9, so there's a lot there I never saw.

You can definitely find an emulator and play FF4, which would be worth it.

Find one for Final Fantasy Tactics while you're at it. Great game. And you can get the newer PSP version.

I adore FFX, but I have no clue how PS2 emulators are. Still, though, my favorite FF game.

FFXII is fine, but it's a weakish story, and the combat will probably feel stale now. I really like FFXIII, but plenty of people could take it or leave it.


You really should give 9 a fair chance Digg. The story is really good, and the main villain is the only one in the entire series I've played that actually is multi dimensional. He has character growth. It's weird! But weird in a good way.

4 and Tactics are definitely great games. What I have played of 6, it is good. I haven't played much though. Don't bother getting an emulator for X if you have a PS3. They're re-releasing it for the PS3 with X-2 in Dec. or January.
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I hate family gatherings...
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#1805 Nov 03 2013 at 6:43 PM Rating: Good
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Well that's proof that you're sane.
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#1806 Nov 03 2013 at 9:18 PM Rating: Good
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I hate family gatherings...

I only hate family gatherings when it's my family or someone else's family. And, of course, they have to be gathering.

Otherwise I cannot identify with you at all. Not at all.

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#1807 Nov 04 2013 at 1:38 AM Rating: Good
I don't mind family gatherings if it's just my immediate family. Extended family, it depends on their behavior.
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I like my parents and siblings and some aunts, uncles and cousins but there are too many others whom I just don't have a single thing in common with and my grandmother from my mom's side of the family as well as one of my mom's sisters just HAVE to tell you about all the mundane **** that's going on in their life that I don't care about. And my grandmother's memory is starting to get worse so she tells every story multiple times.


And I'll be spending the first Christmas day at that annoying aunt's place because her son is home. I get along with him so that's cool and he lives in Uganda now so he's not home often but it also means I have to spend an entire day sitting on their couch waiting for the whole thing to be over and eating the same food they make for every **** event (and it only gets good at dessert because her husband is British and he'll make tasty British treats). And then in January it's my grandmother's birthday which inevitably means spending most of the day in a cheap hotel restaurant for a cheap buffet with disgusting soggy food prepared by apathetic teenagers, yay soggy fries, overcooked steak, starchy sauces and mushy mushrooms...
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#1809 Nov 04 2013 at 8:39 AM Rating: Good
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and he'll make tasty British treats


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#1810 Nov 04 2013 at 9:34 AM Rating: Good
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Forgot the name of the things but they're kind of like cookies with some sort of jelly filling,
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#1811 Nov 04 2013 at 9:37 AM Rating: Good
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These?

They're a pretty typical Christmas cookie in the states, so that could be a British thing, I guess.
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#1812 Nov 04 2013 at 10:15 AM Rating: Excellent
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I love me some FF9, but there are two things about this game I really hate. #1, the trance system. Some of the characters you don't even know what the flip their trance DOES, and I hate how you can't control when to use it. The other thing is how when you're doing the Chocobo Hot and Cold mini game, that if you are low on the timer and you have found an object you can lose it. I think they should let you continue to dig once an item has been found, even if the timer has run out. It's bull sh*t.
This, all of it. Smiley: grin

The getting cut off in the middle of digging thing didn't drive me as nuts as the "spinning in circles around the little pixel where the treasure is buried, and you can't quite find it" thing. Because that could go on for like 20 if your luck was bad. Of course, inevitably you'd find it, but then wouldn't have enough time to dig it out. It'd be a deep one too, so you knew it was something good. Smiley: glare
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#1813 Nov 04 2013 at 10:25 AM Rating: Good
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I like my parents and siblings and some aunts, uncles and cousins but there are too many others whom I just don't have a single thing in common with and ...

Hold on a sec, are you telling us that you're an elitist **** to your family also??!?!?

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#1814 Nov 04 2013 at 10:46 AM Rating: Excellent
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So, yeah, I'm back to playing Skyrim again. Rocking that "heavy armor, magic, greatsword" combo, because being a badass mage with a greatsword is the best thing ever. I've also been fiddling with some mods, so now my game is 100% more awesome and has 100% longer load times. Smiley: thumbsup
Smiley: thumbsup

I need to give 2-handers another serious try at some point. I always have trouble giving up the extra stats that come with a shield, or the ability to fight and heal at the same time. It is fun one-shotting things though. Smiley: grin

Can only imagine the past of destruction you must be carving. Smiley: lol
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#1815 Nov 04 2013 at 11:17 AM Rating: Excellent
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Um...so I guess I've missed a lot since a new BDT thread was created since the last time I posted here.
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#1816 Nov 04 2013 at 11:20 AM Rating: Excellent
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#1817 Nov 04 2013 at 11:21 AM Rating: Excellent
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If it helps it's a lot like the old one at least. A bit more Skyrim, a bit less WoW, and no pictures of people hanging from meat hooks yet. But I imagine we'll get there soon enough.
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#1818 Nov 04 2013 at 12:06 PM Rating: Good
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
These?

They're a pretty typical Christmas cookie in the states, so that could be a British thing, I guess.
Nah, they're 2 halves, kind of shell like with the jelly in between.

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I like my parents and siblings and some aunts, uncles and cousins but there are too many others whom I just don't have a single thing in common with and ...

Hold on a sec, are you telling us that you're an elitist @#%^ to your family also??!?!?

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Hardly, it's just that most social situations are extremely exhausting for me so I'm rather selective on who I hang out with.
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#1819 Nov 04 2013 at 12:16 PM Rating: Good
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Blaaaaaaaaaaaaaah.

Stupid biopsy on a mole came back as it being pre-cancerous, so now I have to go in and let them scoop a bunch of flesh out of my soldier, just in case. Smiley: glare

Best part is that it's the day before I had a follow-up appointment for my acne, and it's unclear if they'll be able to do both in the same day. Though I might be able to get my prescription refilled, and then do the follow-up two weeks later, when my sutures get removed.

I really don't want to pay the stupid $40 copay two days in a row, plus whatever the co-insurance for this procedure is...
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These?

Another common Christmas cookie, here.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Blaaaaaaaaaaaaaah.

Stupid biopsy on a mole came back as it being pre-cancerous, so now I have to go in and let them scoop a bunch of flesh out of my soldier, just in case. Smiley: glare

Best part is that it's the day before I had a follow-up appointment for my acne, and it's unclear if they'll be able to do both in the same day. Though I might be able to get my prescription refilled, and then do the follow-up two weeks later, when my sutures get removed.

I really don't want to pay the stupid $40 copay two days in a row, plus whatever the co-insurance for this procedure is...
we'll if that's not a sucky day, I don't know what is. Smiley: frown

Here's a cheer up: Smiley: flowers
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#1822 Nov 04 2013 at 12:40 PM Rating: Good
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Thanks.

The fact that I typed soldier instead of shoulder also amuses me.
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Smiley: thumbsup

I need to give 2-handers another serious try at some point. I always have trouble giving up the extra stats that come with a shield, or the ability to fight and heal at the same time. It is fun one-shotting things though. Smiley: grin

Can only imagine the past of destruction you must be carving. Smiley: lol


I'll be honest with you; two-handers suck so hard. It's not that the animations are bad - I like those - but Bethesda did a major cheese-up when they created the game: They never thought people would get Daedric weapons and smith/enchant the BALLS out of them. One-handed weapons actually beat two-handed weapons in DPS once you get to 100 smithing and crap. Makes no sense. Two-handers are slow, can block (sort of), but you sacrifice a lot of armor rating and the ability to use your left/right hand for anything other than BIG **** SWORD/AXE.

Anyway, if you want to give two-handed a go, I highly recommend getting this mod: Two-handed rebalance

What it does is add two new perks to the two-handed skill tree: One that increases your swing speed by 15/20% and one that increases the effectiveness of your two-handed weapon block by 30%. The increase in swing speed makes smithing and enchanting upgrades worth more when using a two-hander, and the increase in block means you're not dead the moment someone sneezes in your general direction.

My ultimate goal with this two-handed battlemage thing is to get some Daedric gear, pimp the sh*t out of it with magicka enchants and then go to town on dragons, demons and undead alike with my UNLIMITED POWER lightning hands. The sword is there for when (not if) I run out magicka and/or need the thrill of decapitating some wicked wench after she gives me lip.

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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Thanks.

The fact that I typed soldier instead of shoulder also amuses me.


I assumed you just started fantasizing about something more enjoyable.

Edited, Nov 4th 2013 10:50am by someproteinguy
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I'll be honest with you; two-handers suck so hard.


Totally! If you can't get the job done with one hand, then you're doing it wrong.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Thanks.

The fact that I typed soldier instead of shoulder also amuses me.


I assumed you just started fantasizing about something more enjoyable.


I hadn't.

I am now.
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#1827 Nov 04 2013 at 1:25 PM Rating: Excellent
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Hmmm, alright, maybe not then... Smiley: lol

I'd only used 2H weapons through about level 10 or so on a character I wasn't taking seriously, they sure seemed powerful at the time, darn it all. Really I think I just like maxing out stats early, and grabbing that shield of solitude in the mid-20s is really satisfying. Really it's that 2x enchanting that screws things up in my mind, so crazy powerful that. If anything that's what needs the re-balance. Smiley: rolleyes
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Blaaaaaaaaaaaaaah.

Stupid biopsy on a mole came back as it being pre-cancerous, so now I have to go in and let them scoop a bunch of flesh out of my soldier, just in case. Smiley: glare

Best part is that it's the day before I had a follow-up appointment for my acne, and it's unclear if they'll be able to do both in the same day. Though I might be able to get my prescription refilled, and then do the follow-up two weeks later, when my sutures get removed.

I really don't want to pay the stupid $40 copay two days in a row, plus whatever the co-insurance for this procedure is...
I'm so happy copay is limited to a set amount per year here.

Also, here's something to take your mind off of your troubles:
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These?

Another common Christmas cookie, here.
Yeah those. I think so anyway.

Edited, Nov 4th 2013 8:32pm by Aethien
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#1829 Nov 04 2013 at 2:28 PM Rating: Good
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Far too many of my kinks are demonstrated by that picture. Smiley: lol
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Bearded muscled manly men in leather outfits?
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The leather is an unnecessary, though often appreciated, bonus.

Exceptions: Leather bands around biceps, or suspenders (though those need not be leather).

But take a bearded muscled manly man and give him body hair and an awkward, goofy personality and a decent level of intelligence and there's a 98% chance I'm going to instantly fall in love with him.
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God dammit...

My dad's birthday is next week, and we were celebrating it (and my brother-in-law's) this Saturday.

Well, that just went from being a small family gathering, to inviting the entirety of our extended family over for a big **** clan gathering. He has five living siblings, four of which are married with kids, and most of those kids have spouses and kids of their own.

And I honestly rather just shoot heroin than attend...

I don't care any more about these people than if they were strangers, because I'm not a "blood is thicker" sort of person. And small talk is literally the bane of my existence.
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Wine.

Which reminds of the photo I saw yesterday of a sign outside a coffee bar: Lord, give me coffee to change the things I can change, and wine to accept the things I can't.

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Thanks.

The fact that I typed soldier instead of shoulder also amuses me.


i thought you meant it on purpose and was just having a really bad day
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
God dammit...

My dad's birthday is next week, and we were celebrating it (and my brother-in-law's) this Saturday.

Well, that just went from being a small family gathering, to inviting the entirety of our extended family over for a big **** clan gathering. He has five living siblings, four of which are married with kids, and most of those kids have spouses and kids of their own.

And I honestly rather just shoot heroin than attend...

I don't care any more about these people than if they were strangers, because I'm not a "blood is thicker" sort of person. And small talk is literally the bane of my existence.
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I've literally already started to plan my pregaming...

A friend offered me half a bottle of absinthe. Smiley: lol
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I miss my emergency Bailey's. Smiley: frown
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I miss my emergency Bailey's. Smiley: frown
Drank it all to survive in New Jersey?
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#1839 Nov 05 2013 at 1:17 PM Rating: Good
Digg and I have almost the same taste in men. That's kinda weird. Smiley: lol
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That's because they're burly and burly is attractive. Smiley: drool
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And luckily for you (and me) they're gay.
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#1842 Nov 05 2013 at 9:42 PM Rating: Good
My interest in body hair depends on the location. I don't like back hair, but it doesn't bother me as long as it isn't super thick. I love chest hair and arm hair though. It's fun to play with and run my fingers through.
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I've been working and wondering why it's so cold for the past 4 hours. I only just realized I forgot to turn on the heater...

I really should have bought new coffee yesterday, days that start without coffee are bad days.
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Even bad coffee is better than no coffee. I thought the stuff back at the office was bad, but the stuff I have now could degrease an engine.
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My interest in body hair depends on the location. I don't like back hair, but it doesn't bother me as long as it isn't super thick. I love chest hair and arm hair though. It's fun to play with and run my fingers through.


I'm not really attracted to curly hair, but everything else is fair game. :P

Which is probably good, because I'm ridiculously hairy. So it's an equal trade. Smiley: lol

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I've been working and wondering why it's so cold for the past 4 hours. I only just realized I forgot to turn on the heater...

I really should have bought new coffee yesterday, days that start without coffee are bad days.


Yeah, days that start without coffee aren't days, they're mind games.

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I'm assuming you're at Dix, but even if you were willing to leave base for coffee, I couldn't help you. I don't know anything in that area. Smiley: lol

Though if you want info, I can ask my brother. He teaches in Pemberton, which is one of the townships that Dix is in/borders/however that works.

There's probably a WaWa fairly close?
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I hit WaWa on the way to and from Trenton, but my work day is something like 6am to 11pm so not much time to make any kind of luxury trip. Work your **** off or don't work at all, no middle ground. Smiley: lol

but yes, WaWa is amazing.

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lolgaxe wrote:
Even bad coffee is better than no coffee.

As much as I love coffee I can't abide by this. A long time ago, in a job far, far away, I knew a guy who would get up in the morning and reheat the coffee left over from the day before "so I can have a cup while I brew a fresh pot." blecchhh. Not for me.

I'm not as bad as I once was though, back when I would refuse to drink coffee that was more than 45 minutes old.



EDIT: a word



Edited, Nov 6th 2013 9:44am by cynyck
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#1848 Nov 06 2013 at 9:02 AM Rating: Good
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Ahhhh, Trenton.

Such a magical **** hole. Nothing like the smell of poverty, assholes, and political brown-nosing in the morning...

Yeah, I hate Trenton. Possibly more than I hate AC... But less than I hate Camden, lol.
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#1849 Nov 06 2013 at 9:11 AM Rating: Good
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lolgaxe wrote:
my work day is something like 6am to 11pm so not much time to make any kind of luxury trip.
So where do you find the time to sleep?
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#1850 Nov 06 2013 at 10:33 AM Rating: Good
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I am weak. So weak. Smiley: frown

Edited, Nov 6th 2013 5:33pm by Mazra
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#1851 Nov 06 2013 at 10:37 AM Rating: Excellent
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I'm tired.

Also using lab tape to seal up the windows in my office again. Nothing like 1-ply windows framed in metal that's showing it's age. Wind goes right through them. Smiley: rolleyes

Edited, Nov 6th 2013 8:43am by someproteinguy
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