Lori Lancaster | February 13, 2004
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Scott Hardie | February 14, 2004
A classic, referenced by Lore Sjoberg many times. I don't know what's been more repellent to me as a gamer, the Christians who denounce us as Satanists (yeah, that's right, we practice real spell magic), or the "cool" people who mock us as geeks. Fortunately I have known almost none of the latter, especially since graduating from high school.

I've always been partial to the Dead Alewives spoof of D&D. (It's a 2.7-meg MP3.)

Lori Lancaster | February 14, 2004
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Jackie Mason | February 14, 2004
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Scott Hardie | February 15, 2004
I suppose so. Anna's going through those feelings now with Fin du Siècle. I made an effort to accomodate you and I'm making an effort to accomodate her. It's like anything else; you keep doing it until it feels natural. None of us old hats were born good at gaming either.

In other news, it seems Lenore will be joining my Saturday group (playing The Weekly Curiosity and other games), which would make this the fourth separate time we have been in the same group, and the third time she has joined my group with a campaign already in progress. Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.

Lori Lancaster | February 16, 2004
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Scott Hardie | February 16, 2004
Yes.

Lori Lancaster | February 16, 2004
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Scott Hardie | February 16, 2004
Eh.

Lori Lancaster | February 16, 2004
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Jackie Mason | February 16, 2004
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Lori Lancaster | February 16, 2004
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Scott Hardie | February 16, 2004
Probably.

To me, the players in the skit sound like Erik Nelson (the newbie who nobody listens to), Ryan Orsucci (the guy who prissily obsesses about every nuance of his character), and Matt Preston (the guy who's goofing off alone on the side instead of keeping up with the group). My only complaint about it is that the DM comes off as perfect, when of course we have plenty of our own flaws.

Lori Lancaster | February 16, 2004
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Scott Hardie | February 17, 2004
Me too! The Peter Pan within me lives in that basement, humming the Toys R Us jingle, wondering when his friends are gonna come back for another game.

Scott Hardie | February 17, 2004
Actually, I guess this website is my basement now.

(How much fucking money do you want to bet that if Kelly were active in this discussion, she would have already mentioned what I spray-painted on those basement walls, no matter how many times I told her it embarrassed me and asked her to stop telling it to people?)

Lori Lancaster | February 17, 2004
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Scott Hardie | February 17, 2004
Yeah, I do too. There's a reason I didn't already post them here. :P

We're on speaking terms... I wouldn't say we're on good terms.

Lori Lancaster | February 17, 2004
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