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The lesson I am learning this week is you should never hire a Poetry MFA to do anything except write poems. Definitely not to paint your kitchen. 
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But just think of all the poetry material this situation has given you.

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Lunch with +Jean Bees​ today.

As much as I love tacos (and really, who doesn't love tacos) I will be glad when we have our kitchen back and can cook food for ourselves again.

I the meantime, Uno Mas is an excellent stand-in.

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Look, it's pretty simple, folks. 

If your game has playable / controllable characters, and if I can't play a female character in your game, even if it doesn't change anything about the game, then I'm not going to play your game. This is me voting with my wallet here.

Is it political? 

Of course it's political. Everything is political. That's the point of politics, actually: the art of influencing other people. That's what human beings do.
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I am frequently the same. I wanted to play the Risen and Two Worlds series, but - only a dude? Eh. No thanks.

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I may end up buying my first gundam kit next month. 

I blame +Filamena Young and +David Hill.
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Hold on. Gundam? When's your birthday? 

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This was the floor in the bedroom. Apparently I've not just eaten at this diner, I've been sleeping in it! 
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Oh, wow, that is grotesque, but rather amazing - I have NEVER seen floors like that before, and my childhood home of 1971 had some amazing qualities to it! 
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Happy Birthday, +Chuk Craig!
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Happy happy!

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Happy Birthday, +Daniel Brewer! May you always remember your rotation, and never hit the enrage timer! 
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Gods and Fortune willing, +Jean Bees and I will be moving out of the basement tonight and back into our house-proper (or, at least, the office and the bedroom). Once that happens, I'll be able to get some time in in FFXIV (I haven't forgotten my Company, +Topher Gerkey  and +Laura Hamilton!). The new job plus the new floors plus the painting has made this last two week stretch somewhat of a slog, and I've not really realized how much I rely on computer games to allow my brain to relax. 
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IT WILL COME and you will have your house back soon!! 

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Inclusivity is a Bad Thing.
(This post inspired by Michelle Lyons-McFarland; check her out at http://scmusing.blogspot.com/ among other places) There are a lot of white dudes in IT talking about "inclusivity" in their culture and how it's important, as if "inclusivity" is an end-stage...
(This post inspired by Michelle Lyons-McFarland; check her out at http://scmusing.blogspot.com/ among other places) There are a lot of white dudes in IT talking about "inclusivity" in their culture and how it's important, as ...
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Hell to the fuckin' yeah. 

It's a good thing the Kickstarter starts in April, because I'm out of spending money for March. 

If you like your fantasy gaming without all the crappy misogynistic bullshit, and you feel like maybe there should probably be like maybe at least one decent kingdom, then Blue Rose is the place to be. It's a fantastic and inclusive setting and now that they're ditching the d20 for a nice 3d6 curve, I'm pretty much all the way on board. 

(Editor's Note: there was some straight-up bullshit around BR when it first came out, and there's now apparently a load of straight-up bullshit about the announcement of this return. I will not tolerate bullshit in my threads. You have been warned.)
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FYI, +N. Phillip Cole, I could see porting Motobushido into Blue Rose pretty easily, actually...

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Welp, thanks +Google+. No, I really did miss all of those posts from last week, so seeing them again with all the notifications was super helpful!

(Note: <sarcasm> tags in effect in this post.)
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After (mostly).
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Very well done!!
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