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Scott Corum
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It's only a rental while our Honda Odyssey is in the shop, but I think I can officially state that a new Dodge Charger is a good  nominee for Scott's midlife crisis.
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Ever notice how all the energy once spent arguing Ford v. Chevy or foreign v. domestic is now spent arguing about computers and phones?
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The first supplement for the Victory System is up, and we're starting off in a big way!  Thralls of Victory introduces all manner of artificially created or summoned servants; zombies, robots, demons, and more!  New spells, Psionics, martial arts, powers, and Mechanica help to create, summon, or manipulate Thralls, and notes on both the economics of being able to summon up extra help, and the moral difficulties presented.

Because, sure, it could have just been about extra butts to kick in a fight, but no one ever asks what the zombies think about all this...
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Must complete a product this week.  I may have bitten off more than I can chew with the current project, but it's about time to buckle down and chew it.
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You got this!
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My friend +Lisa Davey suggested this... and +Kyrene Merrows told me I should put it up. So, it's not my fault, entirely...
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VERY pleased to have this one "on the shelf." Chainsaw Ninjas, demonic magic items, and radioactive aliens... because nothing is quite so gratifying as trying to work out the potential environmental effects of a radioactive volcano the size of Rhode Island.
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So, here's a fun thought for the night.

What if the paperwork necessary for running for public office in the United States included the Naturalization test; the test in English and Civics that is required for any immigrants wanting to become a naturalized citizen?

Theoretically, this test should be a breeze for anyone who claims to know enough about how government works to be a part of it. I can't imagine anyone would want to pass up the chance to display that they have a baseline adequate level of knowledge about civics if they're running for office.

Just a thought.
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Having taken one of those tests (posted as a part of an article asking "could you pass the citizenship test?"), I'd have to agree. While I could see how some of those questions might be tougher for someone coming from another country, the test should be a breeze for anyone who was born and spent the majority of their life here.
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Because +Lisa Davey looks totally awesome in my top hat.
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Started at 9:30 AM, took roughly ninety minutes of breaks throughout the day, finished at midnight.  Thirteen hours... that's not bad.  Had to pare the project down a little bit, but it's still pretty darn awesome, if I do say so myself.  It's going up for sale in the morning, and then I'm going back to bed.

It isn't that I'm getting too old for this.  It's that I should be able to work smarter than this at my age.  76 pages should not have taken me three weeks.  I'm going to have to re-design my work flow, and that's all there is to it.
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The son's new bed. Let's hope +thekillershark223 can keep it in good shape!
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Whose room is that? It can't be Master Corum's. Wow.
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You know, I had mixed feelings about this film. Then I saw the trailer. I can't imagine not wanting to see it, now...
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Call me when they make the sequel with Teddy Roosevelt. Or maybe FDR. I'd accept him.
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Had a dissapointing breakfast at Jack In The Box... not sure why the BLT Cheeseburger was so completely unfulfilling (tasted good, but it abandoned me as I ate it), or why their new mini cookies are so sub-par. If they offer you five of them for a dollar, I'd suggest you pass it up. Not worth it.

My vanilla milkshake was the biggest dissappointment; they served it to me in a clear glass so I could see how very thick it was - it resembled nothing so much as a big dollop of soft serve, and resisted every effort to draw it through a straw for a good half hour. If they'd have served me a spoon with it, I'd have gotten the joke, but no, I had a drink that I couldn't enjoy with my meal, 'cause it had to melt a hell of a lot, first. Thick shakes, good... solid shakes, bad.

I'd had a little of it by the time I got home, so then I added four shots of hot espresso to it. NOW it's one of the best drinks I've had in a long time. Still...

Hmmm... Solid Shake. Sounds like a Metal Gear Solid parody character.

"Shake? SHAAAAAAAKE!"
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Had the WORST Big boy burger today. I swear the meat was just fryed on an old greasy pan.
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A longer blog post, today. Man, I have issues... I may draw down some fire from Heaven for this one.
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I can't figure out if it's ironic or just fitting that I happened to be watching "Jesus Christ Superstar" on TV when I read this post.
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