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Anyone out there running A DIRTY WORLD in the Texas area and interested in doing so at a convention? I got a con organizer looking...

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This strip of comics ably portrays my feelings about much April Fools' japery.

http://chainsawsuit.com/comic/2015/03/31/april-fools-goofs/

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A well crafted and targeted jape is a joy to behold, but you have to know the person well.
Too many bozos with no or impaired sense of humour try to get in on the act with lame, annoying and childish practical jokes. i blame the cretins on Jackass.
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I won this year's award from the Naperville Writers' Group for "Most Helpful And Insightful Comments." I didn't even think I was eligible!

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I have always found your comments helpful and insightful :)
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Did you miss out on pledging for THE FORGOTTEN MONK? Pelgrane is still taking orders until June 1st. Details at http://www.stoneskinpress.com/index.php/the-forgotten-monk/

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The Kickstarter has now backed– more than backed! You can see the list of available pledge levels and add-ons here. Until 1st June 2015, new backers can still pledge at any available level, and get...
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I need a hug but I've GOT a dentist appointment.

That's... that's just as good, right?

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You don't want to wake up with the dentist hugging you. never ends well.
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Ugh. I feel like every day I get a little slower, a little weaker, and a little stupider.

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Embrace it. It's meant to instill a sense of existential urgency, without which we'd never get anything done.
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California imposes water rationing. Apparently, desalinizing the tears of NESTLÉ executives who were told they couldn't privatize it all just wasn't sufficient.

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But like, if you literally had no water to flush with... 
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This seems like an informed and measured analysis of what's REALLY going on with Indian's religious 'freedom' law.

http://www.indystar.com/story/news/politics/2015/03/29/religious-freedom-law-really-means-indiana/70601584/

I found it particularly interesting that Indianapolis has anti-discrimination laws on the books, but mostly it was interesting for the point that "this law doesn't do what EITHER SIDE thinks it does or wants it to/fears it will."

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Questions linger over what the law actually enables versus the intent behind the law.
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Still a bit wondering about where they do find a religious base against gays in their book.

A cultural reaction against the Roman hierarchy of sexual availability?
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Not at all accurate. Pants would be gone by day 47 at the LATEST.

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This? Completely true. And it's also the reason why I refuse to use any kind of videoconference for anything work related.
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"Pa...ants?" I'm not sure what those are.
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Anyone out there in the Aurora/Naperville area interested in a Sunday afternoon TTRPG club? I'm thinking of starting one at the local library, probably focusing on Unknown Armies at first.

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It sounds great but I've already got an alternating weeks Amazing Adventures/Dungeon Crawl Classics group that meets in Aurora Sunday afternoons
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Niiiice.
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Very nicely done.
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