…while supply lasts, which won’t be long
The Songs That Start With The Same Letter Meme
Brought to you by the letter “L”, as given to me by joshbrown
“Locomotive Breath” (Jethro Tull)
“Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds” (The Beatles)
“Living In The Plastic Age” (The Buggles)
“Lucky Ball & Chain” (They Might Be Giants)
“Love Shack” (The B-52’s)
…and we were really needing some fruit
1: We had Game Day yesterday and my players had tons of fun, as did I. They managed not only to get their characters all the way to the ruined city of Barchan, but also helped return a Knight and his Lady to life so they could banish a demon. Admittedly, the demon was released from his imprisonment by the parties thief, who just had to see what that magical key did when inserted into the magical lock, but it all worked out in the end. The adventure also contained zombie children, amazing Luck rolls, hidden treasures, a Lesser Demon, lots of friendly dogs, phat loot, possession by evil bitches, hungry and/or pissed off giants, dungeons, a very reasonable troll, magical armor, Coolest. Sword. Evar., a bountiful harvest of useful herbs, copper treasure maps of Freeport, hidden cubbyholes and a bigass serpentine water elemental.
2: Yet another meme…Ten Desert Island RPGs…listed in no particular order…
(oh, yeah, you get the basic rules plus all supplements…AND 6-8 other people to game with)
Over The Edge
AD&D 2nd edition
Mutants & Masterminds
Call of Cthulhu
Runequest 2nd edition
3: I am beginning to think that I may have to take a part time job on weekends, IF I can find one. We are being badly hammered by the economy and need to get caught up on at least a few bills. *SIGH* Working 7 days a week…plus doing mystery shops…is gonna seriously kick my ass.
And now, I must take miss Lucy Lou on a walk. More blogtasticness later.
…and then negotiate for a case of beer
The Latest Hot (Again) Meme
visited 36 states (72%)
Create your own visited map of The United States or jurisdische veraling duits?
…yes, from fresh squeezed lemmings
The Arrested Meme This ought to be good:)
If you saw me in the back of a police car, what would you think I was there for?
Answer me, then post this in your own journal (or not) to see how many different crimes you get accused of committing.
…with his sidekick, Hyrax Boy
Slice ‘O Life Stuff: Still unemployed, but I’m tending my across the street neighbors 3 sweet doggies for a week while she and her hubby are gone. Pay should be good.
Got two new tires on the car, plus rotating and getting an old tire mounted as my spare. $182.00, which we could ill afford, but then, a blown tire would have been much worse. Next week: Tune up time!
And now…MEME TIME!
The Answers Only Mystery Meme
ganked from delazan who put me at #9
2. megdeon (since infancy) (hers, that is)
5. spikeyj (“seems like”?)
11. I drew a blank on this one
15. No answer
21. No answer
22. No answer
23. _lythande (sometimes)
26. too numerous to count
27. most of us
28. freeport_pirate (as a pirate)
29. all of the females on my friends list
30. Y’all are just a hell of an interesting and diverse bunch of folks!
…darn those cats
That Damned 100 Book Meme
I really tried to resist it, but the flesh is weak. Still, I’ve done it on my terms…by just listing the ones I’ve read.
Continue reading “Plastered Cats”
…at a pillow that apparently offended her
It’s been awhile since I did a meme, so here is that Hobby Games: The 100 Best thing.
Boldface if “I own this game”.
Italics is “I have played this game”.
Italic and Bold are “I both own and have played this game”
Bruce C. Shelley on Acquire (played once)
Nicole Lindroos on Amber Diceless
Ian Livingstone on Amun-Re
Stewart Wieck on Ars Magica (played once)
Thomas M. Reid on Axis & Allies (played once)
Tracy Hickman on Battle Cry
Philip Reed on BattleTech
Justin Achilli on Blood Bowl
Mike Selinker on Bohnanza
Tom Dalgliesh on Britannia
Greg Stolze on Button Men
Monte Cook on Call of Cthulhu
Steven E. Schend on Carcassonne
Jeff Tidball on Car Wars
Bill Bridges on Champions
Stan! on Circus Maximus
Tom Jolly on Citadels
Steven Savile on Civilization
Bruno Faidutti on Cosmic Encounter
Andrew Looney on Cosmic Wimpout
Skip Williams on Dawn Patrol
Alan R. Moon on Descent
Larry Harris on Diplomacy
Richard Garfield on Dungeons & Dragons
William W. Connors on Dynasty League Baseball
Christian T. Petersen on El Grande
Alessio Cavatore on Empires in Arms
Timothy Brown on Empires of the Middle Ages
Allen Varney on The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen
Phil Yates on Fire and Fury
William Jones on Flames of War
Rick Loomis on Fluxx
John Kovalic on Formula Dé
Anthony J. Gallela on The Fury of Dracula
Jesse Scoble on A Game of Thrones
Lou Zocchi on Gettysburg
James Wallis on Ghostbusters
James M. Ward on The Great Khan Game
Gav Thorpe on Hammer of the Scots
Uli Blennemann on Here I Stand
S. Craig Taylor, Jr. on A House Divided
Scott Haring on Illuminati
Dana Lombardy on Johnny Reb
Darren Watts on Junta
Greg Stafford on Kingmaker
Lester Smith on Kremlin
Wolfgang Baur on Legend of the Five Rings
Marc W. Miller on Lensman
Ted S. Raicer on London’s Burning
Teeuwynn Woodruff on Lord of the Rings
Mike Breault on Machiavelli
Jordan Weisman on Magic: The Gathering (played once)
Steve Kenson on Marvel Super Heroes
Gary Gygax on Metamorphosis Alpha
Greg Costikyan on My Life with Master
John D. Rateliff on Mythos
Chris “Gerry” Klug on Napoleon’s Last Battles
John Scott Tynes on Naval War
Erick Wujcik on Ogre
Marc Gascoigne on Once Upon a Time (played once)
Mike Bennighof on PanzerBlitz
Steve Jackson on Paranoia
Shannon Appelcline on Pendragon
JD Wiker on Pirate’s Cove
Richard H. Berg on Plague!
Martin Wallace on Power Grid
Tom Wham on Puerto Rico
Joseph Miranda on Renaissance of Infantry
James Ernest on RoboRally
Paul Jaquays on RuneQuest
Richard Dansky on The Settlers of Catan
Ken St. Andre on Shadowfist
Steven S. Long on Shadowrun (played once)
Peter Corless on Shadows over Camelot
Dale Donovan on Silent Death: The Next Millennium
Matt Forbeck on Space Hulk
Ray Winninger on Squad Leader (played once)
Lewis Pulsipher on Stalingrad
Bruce Nesmith on Star Fleet Battles
Steve Winter on The Sword and the Flame
Jeff Grubb on Tales of the Arabian Nights
Shane Lacy Hensley on Talisman
Douglas Niles on Terrible Swift Sword
Ed Greenwood on Thurn and Taxis
Mike Fitzgerald on Ticket to Ride
Thomas Lehmann on Tigris & Euphrates
Warren Spector on Tikal
David “Zeb” Cook on Toon
Mike Pondsmith on Traveller
Zev Shlasinger on Twilight Struggle
Kenneth Hite on Unknown Armies
Sandy Petersen on Up Front
R. Hyrum Savage on Vampire: The Eternal Struggle
George Vasilakos on Vampire: The Masquerade
Kevin Wilson on Vinci
R.A. Salvatore on War and Peace
Jack Emmert on Warhammer 40,000
Chris Pramas on The Warlock of Firetop Mountain
Steve Jackson on The Warlord
John Wick on Wiz-War
I credit my weak showing to my dislike of war/minis games and CCG’s.
…and itchy fingers
As others have stated, these quizzes are damned accurate.
You keep it real smooth, all James Bond-style. The suave, international hotties will love you.
You’re sophisticated, mature, and you’ve got fairly expensive tastes. (And your personal hygiene? Outstanding.) Just be careful not to get too carried away. Big, bold romantic gestures are sexy and all, but there’s something to be said for sharing a laugh or dancing in the rain. (As long as you’re not wearing any suede.)
Take This Quiz!
Get Your Sexy Name
And finally, the poll for Adventure Seed #3
I’m outta here.