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Jason Brick
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At least once a week, I post something people in this community feel the need to tell me "goes too far."

And this may be the foulest, most hilariously offensive thing I have ever seen.

You have been warned. The preview photo is one of the tamer ones.
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A little ditty to start your day, sung to the tune of the Winnie the Pooh song. Sing along now...

Winnie the Poof.
Winnie the Poof.
Mincing little faggot all stuffed with fluff.
He's Winnie the Poof 
Winnie the Poof
He'll fuck you in your hairy derriere

A donkey named Eeyore packs his shit
And Kanga, and little Roo
There's Rabbit
And Piglet
And Old Owl
Buttfucking old Winnie the Poof

(Feel free to contribute your own verses below)
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LMFAO you sick bastard
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I just bought a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Jakarta (think the equivalent of SFO to PDX) for $30.

In the States, I can't get an airport shuttle for $30.
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We're only a few days from the close of Q1 2015. 

How close to 1/4 toward your goals for this year are you? What kind of eleventh-hour push would be necessary to make you happy?
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My goal this year was to write something every day, even if it's only a few sentences. I've done that, so I'm already happy.

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This is my family and myself on the top of a (small) mountain in a jungle on the Malay peninsula in the middle of a work week. 

I get to do awesome stuff like this because of the Writer Super Power (TM) of location and time independence. If I'm willing to work hard today, I get to do whatever the hell I want tomorrow. 

This is why I love writing for a living. 

What do you love about writing for a living?
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RPG Thought of the Day: Adventure Idea

The PCs are on a cruise ship. This could be a luxury spaceliner, the Titanic, a Pharoah's pleasure barge, whatever. You could expand the concept and stick it on the Orient Express or a Dirigible. 

They aren't security or military They're PCs, so they ain't regular folks, but they have no authority and no official power...and probably no weapons (at least to start).

At one point they discover that something horrible has happened at their next port of call. They know it. They know the people in charge of the vessel know it. 

But the captain's not changing course. He's heading straight toward the danger.

What do the PCs do?

How would you skin this adventure for your current campaign? What genre or setting would you want to see it set in?
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I could see this working in many genres, but knowing our group they'd manage to sink the boat. This would be very tricky to run and make it believable. 
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Playing an artificer in a recent game, I had an epiphany and added Planar Bubble to the spells used for crafting extra-dimensional spaces. 
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Here's a little blog post I wrote about the problems with being reasonable. 

What do you think of reasonableness? What's the one reasonable thing that stands in your way?
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I work in home health, its my job description to try and be reasonable with the most unreasonable people ever.
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Freelance writer: nonfiction articles, publicity blogs, business documentation, fiction
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  • Browncoat Enterprises
    Freelance Writing Services, 2008 - present
  • Bushido Martial Arts
    Owner, 2003 - 2008
  • Soseikan Middle School
    Karate Coach, 2002 - 2003
  • NOVA English Schools
    English Teacher, 2001 - 2002
  • American Kenpo Karate Academies
    Kenpo Teacher, 1997 - 2001
  • AOL
    Tech Support Lead, 1997 - 2001
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Nagasaki, Japan - Albuquerque, New Mexico - Eugene, Oregon - Skagit, Washington
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Introduction
Martial arts teacher turned freelance writer with a passion for good board games and bad paperbacks. 
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4th Degree Black Belt? Check. Published Author? Check. World Traveler? Check. Two great kids? Check. Lovely wife? Check.
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  • University of Oregon
    Psychology, 1991 - 1997
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