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Of course, now I want to see a G&G in which Goofus is black on the left side and white on the right, while Gallant is white on the left side and black on the right. Are they really so different after all?
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I really have to agree. My previous comment aside, having known Highlights since I was a kid, the thought of what it would be like if I saw myself in a G&G comic is pretty mind-boggling. AN IMMORTAL IS YOU!
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This is awesome. Whenever I go to any sort of physician, I always check on Goofus & Gallant and discuss the latest with the people there. I will point out that previous episodes have shown that Goofus plays chess (and is a dick about it) and computer RPGs (and is, of course, a dick about it), while Gallant is shown in contrast doing outdoorsy things and physical sports. They haven't entirely nailed him down as a nerd, though... I haven't seen one of him spoiling the end of, say, Cabin In The Woods while Gallant is at a football game.
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Awesome. I'd be happy to get a box like that, and it doesn't even have anything to do with me. When I used to send people letters - because there was a time when we had to do that, kids - I'd always put wacky things in with the letter, like old trading cards or other things that had no connection whatsover to the letter. Because who doesn't like a surprise?
Toggle Commented Jun 12, 2012 on Homebrewzinga! at WWdN: In Exile
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Congratulations! I only have a single issue of a comic book myself - the one-shot "Eye of the Wolf" Eberron comic - but it still makes me happy every time I see it. Even if I'm sad there was never a chance to continue the story! I'm also constantly amazed my how lucky I am to have had the opportunities I've had, with things like Eberron. I'm glad that amidst all the chaos - and I'm sure, your share of frustrations - you're able to appreciate the good things. Thanks for sharing, and I look forward to reading the comic!
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I actually thought you were working on something named "[REDACTED]" when I first read this. Because it's an awesome name for some sort of espionage property!
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I would pay to see a CAH episode! I don't know, if one when through the deck and pulled out the worst of the cards (from an FCC standpoint) ahead of time, it could probably work...
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I was thrilled to see Get Bit on Tabletop - though I'm even more excited for Gloom's eventual appearance!
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Now I really, really want to see science-fiction themed wrestling. "Ooooh! The Jovian Janitor just hit the Venusian Vindicator with an antigrav folding chair!" "Twenty qwatloos on the newcomer!" With that said, it's appalling to have WWF on the SF channel, especially at the expense of great shows like Eureka.
Toggle Commented May 18, 2012 on I really miss this place at WWdN: In Exile
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My day is now complete. Your move, dirtbag.
Toggle Commented Mar 27, 2012 on If Robocop was a bad 80s sit-com at WWdN: In Exile
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Wow - thank you for exposing me to that Robocop essay. My day is now better. Of course, I still want to see a Lovecraftian take on Mad Men ("REALLY Mad Men"...).
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Sadly, I'm missing ECCC. I hope you have a great time, and envy everyone who will get to enjoy the show!
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I'd like to say something deep and meaningful about how games can touch our lives and bring friends and family together, and how my favorite thing about my HDWT journey has been getting to see different groups of friends working together through the lens of the game... but I'm laid up with the flu and my brain is operating at half power, so I'll simply say thanks for sharing this moment with us!
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Excellent. Let there be kilts.
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So my question is: Does HAL consider a kilt "Formal"?
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Dang it, now I'm totally hooked on Elder Sign: Omens! Looking to physical board games, if you like Arkham Horror & Elder Sign, you should definitely check out Betrayal At House On The Hill (http://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/10547/betrayal-at-house-on-the-hill) if you don't already know it. It's similar to Arkham Horror, but the threat changes every time and one of the players (no one knows who at the start) generally ends up playing the bad guy. It's an excellent RP-board game. I'd bring it on JCCC, but it's a big box (and hey, if we get a chance to play a game, I want to show you The DOom That Came TO Atlantic City!). Still, check it out when you can!
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We have a stuffed Cthulhu we've always called "L'il Thuler". Thanks for sharing this!
Toggle Commented Feb 16, 2012 on The Adventures of Lil' Cthulhu at WWdN: In Exile
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Dang! No WWAFNFUFFBNF? You've got two supporters on our end!
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We like the dark! Dark for dark business! And Jenn and I are packing our tuxedo t-shirts for the WWAFNFUFFBNF!
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What I love about Gloom is the way that it encourages people to create a story; one of the problems I've had with Cthulhu Gloom is that it's a little TOO specific and requires some knowledge of Lovecraft for people to get the references and characters. A friend of mine and I have been developing a game called The Doom That Came To Atlantic City that is, essentially, Arkham Horror and Monopoly reversed; instead of building a city and closing gates, you play competing old ones destroying the city and opening gates. Sadly, the deal we to get Doom out last year fell through and its current fate remains unknown. You said you're inspired to try your hand at a Lovecraftian tale... will you be posting that here?
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I have to say that I haven't seen it, and on that recommendation I won't go rushing out there. (Hmm, so in the Lovecraft theme, it's a Movie Man Was Not Meant To See?) Sorry to bring up an unpleasant memory!
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This reminds me of this... http://tinyurl.com/38msxe3 As an aside, the director of the HP Lovecraft Film Festival (http://www.hplfilmfestival.com/) heard about the Gamma World game and said that he'd love to have you as a guest at HPL & put The Curse on the program. I realize it's a longshot, but if you feel like coming back to Portland in October let me know & I'll put you in touch.
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Now I'm seeing a new sitcom. "They were four men living all together... but they were all alone... That's the way they became the Bunker Bunch." And I'll note that it took me a full day to realize that Andrew's propensity for brutal puns might have something to do with his being Munchkin Czar... or vice versa!
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