Or as one player put it, "When a goddess tells you to worship her, you don't sass."
Just submitted my last bit of paperwork on it. I'm still going to be volunteering for a while to help out with the research, and it will give me something to add to the resume while I try and figure out if I can graduate yet.
In the mean time... BRING ON THE GAMES... and the house work, and the yard work... and well... fuck. everything else that's been slacking for the past half year.
Player 1: To be fair, Bryan is just as bad.
Player 2: He is a murderer.
Player 3: I'm glad someone else recognizes this about him.
Player 4: My wife called him a serial killer.
Player 2: She's RIGHT. Your wife is right.
Player 3: He really should be DM'ing from an institution.
Player 2: Would be a good way to keep the residents occupied.
Player 3: I'm pretty sure letting Bryan DM for mental patients would be a violation of the Hippocratic Oath.
Me: And the Geneva Conventions
It's so nice to be loved.
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