Seafog the 3rd wrote:Ummm. Ooookaaaay.
Now I want to read the rant (Wadda ya mean I can't see it!).
I'm bored at work, don't mind me.
Oh, 3rd episode of Tenchi is out now. Go watch.
Mirober wrote:are there any dates in particular that work well for you (or, conversely, any that are not so good)?
Definitely looking forward to this trip!
Seafog the 3rd wrote:What is grappa?
Seafog the 3rd wrote:I found out something wierd about coke and pepsi (and probably most other colas). Apparently in the States they are made with molasses and in Canada they are made with sugar.
Seafog the 3rd wrote:So, how goes, 'The Plan', Matt?
I also just ran my first D&D game session as a DM. And fun was had by all, so I'm psyched about that.
Sorry, no link to Tenchi yet. Mia culpa. I'm forgetful. But I do still have the files if you'd like me to get them to you somehow.
Seafog the 3rd wrote:My only problem is comming up with original adventures, fortunately there are lots of published ones I can utilize for now. And my world allows me to use them basically as is.
Dude, you go to large amounts of effort to provide me with this rather entertaining comic, the least I can do is transfer you some files. Besides, I love Tenchi Muyo, and would count it a pleasure to help a friend get access to it (especially when I'm pretty sure you're going to be (like me) buying it first chance you get). Now we just have to figure out how to get them to you. Any ideas?
Seafog the 3rd wrote:I am curious though, if you only have dialup, how would a link have helped you?
If it's still no good, I could mail you a cd or two.
Seafog the 3rd wrote:I ran my game in my own world that I'm developing. It borrows heavily from the Discworld, and the webcomic Acid Reflux, some from Ebberon, Nadia, Laputa, and Atlantis and even a little bit from Strange Daze and the 5th millenium books. It's basically everyting I thought was cool from many sources thrown together for me to play with.
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