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When people act like you’re a member of their smug little health nut club, when you tell them.
No, I drink it because I like to, I am not secretly longing for a full sugar soda. I am not giving anything up (if I do want soda, then I just have a glass and get it out of my system) I really, honestly, prefer to drink water.
And what do I get? Treated like a member of the smug health nut club, or people asking things like “How do you do it?” …um…because I like to, it’s not terribly hard.
I had never heard of this show (no cable), but just watched a few videos on youTube and it looks pretty awesome. Now if only Hulu would carry Season 1 I might get on board.
If you happened to have Amazon Prime, it’s available there for free, if you don’t have Amazon Prime, you can watch the pilot episode for free. After that it’s rent or buy. Though you can get season one for like $25 at Amazon if you happen to like the pilot.
I really wish that the rest of my Pathfinder group watched Defiance, because, getting people to understand chaotic alignments is hard. It’s all WOOHOO CRAZY I DON’T CARE! or “Yeah, torture, murder, and burning down inns is fine, I’m chaotic good!” and Stahma Tarr’s quiet manipulative chaotic evil is a thing of beauty, and a far better example to get people out of Chaotic Stupid territory than using The Joker.
I am deeply concerned about jewelry advertising. There’s a billboard near me that reads “Long Term Wife Insurance” and the store name.
Dude, really? Why would you even?
i identify with deadpool because i too am loud and queer and morally questionable
At character creation we got ECL points, rather than nerfing someone for playing an alternate race, everyone would get bonuses. You could buy an alternate race with your points, or you could by other things, like more starting gold, or ability points, or a castle, there was a list. One of the things you could buy was a magical item of some sort.
The DM rolled them from loot tables, often rendering them useless. It wasn’t time to hand out a shiny plot hook item, nope, random loot table, you were better off taking the gold and buying something for yourself.
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