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Hugo Fuchs
North Central Connecticut, USA
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Is it something like this?www.lacanadaplayhouse.org/meisner.PDF
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Is it something like this?www.lacanadaplayhouse.org/meisner.PDF
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31 hour shooting days? So did you shoot on Venus? Mercury? Pluto? Congrats.
Toggle Commented Aug 7, 2009 on Axis of Anarchy RULES! at WWdN: In Exile
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Will it tell any stories that include a yorkie and a microwave? :D
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yeah, Naver = AOL ... and will eventually crash like AOL did also ... for the same reasons.
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Being LMC (father was a drunk) I didn't have a christmas like that. My friend who was UMC (father was a lawyer) got all the Star Wars stuff. So at least I was able to play with it. I even remember when R2D2 was forgotten in the grass and his father ran it over with a lawn mower. :D There's still some figures around, and some droid factory, but mostly it's all memories. Thanks for the revisit.
Toggle Commented Jan 17, 2009 on growing up star wars at WWdN: In Exile
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Re: sometimes need to ignore the game to have fun while gaming. I always follow rule zero (as it's now called), which I'll summarize until I dig out the old DMG where Gary Gygax put it. The DM has the right to alter, ignore or abolish any rule in the name of game play. Which I've created the axiom of: So long as the DM is consistant, and doesn't do it to punish a single player.
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I miss text games, or at least a game text parser. Hitchiker's still stands up and is, in many ways, better than the book as a starting point. It took a long time to work out the babelfish, but I ended up getting the invisiclues at one point on the heart of gold. Then there was the pornographic version of Star Trek. Ah, memories. I think I still have the Jujanta 2000 sunglasses and the Don't Panic button somewhere.
Toggle Commented Nov 14, 2008 on The Geek in Review Returns! at WWdN: In Exile
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Since it seems appropriate for this thread; my favorite saying to mount on or in the car is: "Don't drive faster than your guardian angel can fly."
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"Everyone on the road is an idiot, and they're actively trying to kill you." Yes, that's my rule also. Jimmy Buffet had it right. My #1 rule for life is slightly different than yours: Return to others what they give to you. That means that if someone's a jerk, then they better expect me to be a jerk back to them. Courtesy is important. Forgive them the first instance, it might just be one of those days and they might not have intended you to be the recipient. #2 rule is: Try not to swear unless you're extremely upset. Then people actually know when you are upset.
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TPS reports . . . now the most used report in movies. Bet they couldn't predict that back in '99. :) That is a great zombie short and it is awesome that great shorts can be made and distributed now. Best one I've seen lately is: How not to talk to a cop
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I'm finding it easier to get rid of things. Take out the camera, take a picture of said item. Load to computer with a text file describing what it is. Toss out or sell item on Ebay. Memory intact, space conserved. When you get done at the end of a day or so of doing that, burn it to a CD or DVD for a backup. All of the family photos are ending up that way. It's also going to be easy to get a small safe deposit box to keep a back-up of said disks, to keep with other important papers, in case of a house fire.
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