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Saturday, 29th June, 2019


Wednesday, 23rd August, 2017

  • 09:52 AM - AnimeSniper mentioned Mad_Jack in post Storage solutions for boxed sets?
    Mad_Jack good suggestions especially for the boxed sets that have an outer box enclosure to store them in, i.e, the Races of series, but if you're super lazy and don't won't to measure, saw and nail gun one together you could check these out nice stain ready wooden crates at Home Depot, http://www.homedepot.com/p/Crates-Pallet-Crates-and-Pallet-27-in-x-12-5-in-x-9-5-in-X-Large-Wood-Crate-Storage-Tote-Natural-Pine-94621/203837841 http://www.homedepot.com/p/Crates-Pallet-Crates-and-Pallet-18-in-x-12-5-in-x-9-5-in-Large-Wood-Crate-94565/203153338 I use the smaller one to vertically store all my binders with all of the current and past protector sheet seethed print-offs.

Friday, 6th January, 2017


Saturday, 12th November, 2016


Saturday, 30th January, 2016

  • 07:18 AM - Scott DeWar mentioned Mad_Jack in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    . . . . cuz if it gets much longer than that it borks up the performance of the forum due to the software they use... Borked. there is that word again. you are the second person this week I have read that word form. I have not heard it in a long time and now twice this week. The other is a former EnWorlder from the living en world threads named Trouvere. I yack at him every now and then via hotmail. He used it earlier. I love that word and always did! Well, Mad_Jack, the hive use to do likewise for the same reason, but new servers and new software means we don't HAVE to any more, it is just out of curtousey I recommend it and to bring new or old blood into a new hive.

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Sunday, 7th July, 2019


Wednesday, 29th May, 2019

  • 04:18 PM - megamania quoted Mad_Jack in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    On the Reaper forum, we've dubbed them "brain weasels"... I've been lucky enough to witness a bobcat here in CT twice. You don't often see them at all, and they're mostly up in the northwest corner of the state... I'm in the southeast corner on the beach, so I consider myself very lucky. I've also come face to face (or face to chest, more accurately) with a young moose one very cold winter. In 2011, there was a mountain lion killed just outside Milford, CT - it was later confirmed that it was the same cat who'd been spotted off and on traveling east all the way from the Black Hills in South Dakota. Only because I don't drink... :cool: "Hold my beverage of choice."
  • 04:17 PM - megamania quoted Mad_Jack in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    On the Reaper forum, we've dubbed them "brain weasels"... I've been lucky enough to witness a bobcat here in CT twice. You don't often see them at all, and they're mostly up in the northwest corner of the state... I'm in the southeast corner on the beach, so I consider myself very lucky. I've also come face to face (or face to chest, more accurately) with a young moose one very cold winter. In 2011, there was a mountain lion killed just outside Milford, CT - it was later confirmed that it was the same cat who'd been spotted off and on traveling east all the way from the Black Hills in South Dakota. Only because I don't drink... :cool: Seen Moose, flying Squirels, white squirrels, black squirrels. Have had acorns thrown at me and psychic "go away" twice (one VERY strong) from the big guy.
  • 01:34 AM - Dannyalcatraz quoted Mad_Jack in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    Only because I don't drink... :cool: He didn’t say it was booze.

Tuesday, 28th May, 2019

  • 02:36 AM - Aeson quoted Mad_Jack in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    106695 In other news, this was dinner a few nights ago... What "bacon cheese fries" want to be when they grow up - they fill up a standard tin half-way with fries, cover it in mozzarella, then fill it the rest of the way and top with more cheese and bacon. No BS cheese sauce or artificial bacon bits here. 106696 Accompanied by a grilled chicken grinder... 106697 The fries were $9.75 and the grinder was $8.75... The local mom-and-pop pizza joint does serious food... :cool: Mad Jack? Last we heard of him he was heading in the OR for a quadruple bypass. Why? Cuz, he ate a meal the locals call suicide on a plate. Legend has it if you eat the whole thing and survive, you win a t-shirt. Mad Jack heard this and told his companion "hold my beer" No one expected these to be his final words. Unless you count Uurrrggggg before he keeled over as a word.

Friday, 17th May, 2019

  • 03:03 PM - Sacrosanct quoted Mad_Jack in post See Live Action D&D Cartoon Characters In This Car Commercial
    Did anyone else notice that their Presto bears a remarkable resemblance to Harry Potter? . More accurately, Harry Potter bears a remarkable resemblance to Presto. On a related note, there is this movie, where a boy named Harry Potter gets taught wizardry from an older witch to defeat an evil magical wizard. That movie is called "Troll." And came out in 1986.

Friday, 26th April, 2019


Thursday, 18th April, 2019


Wednesday, 16th January, 2019

  • 01:48 AM - Dannyalcatraz quoted Mad_Jack in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    I discovered that Mongolian group a few weeks ago... One of their other videos features a bunch of Mongolian bikers, and in the comments there was a discussion about how some of the hardcore right-wing Mongolian nationalists are pretty much adopting neo-Nazism as a lifestyle. I don't know how involved the band themselves are in that movement, but it's kind of a bummer that cultural pride is leading some of them in that direction. I found them a few months ago, but hadn’t scoped the comments. A shame about the fans.

Friday, 23rd November, 2018


Thursday, 1st November, 2018

  • 05:14 PM - Scotley quoted Mad_Jack in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    Just watched Peter Dinklage in I Think We're Alone Now last night - damn good movie. Man's one hell of an actor. Just watched the trailer. Looks interesting. I saw him again in an older movie the other day. His role is small, no pun intended, but he plays it very well. It is a farce, so a different sort of acting is called for. Anyway, I found it highly amusing. Death at a Funeral is a remake of a British film of the same name. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1321509/

Saturday, 27th October, 2018

  • 02:26 PM - megamania quoted Mad_Jack in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    As a collector I have actually begun making a dent in the lists of old Ral Partha 11-XXX official AD&D minis: I currently have three of the Birthright figures, eight Planescape blisters, twelve Ravenloft figures, eighteen of the Monsters, twenty-five of the thirty-five Adventurer pairs, most of the 10-502 Dragonlance: Heroes box set, three of the 10-504 Villains set, six other DL blisters, all but one of the 10-550 Forgotten Realms: heroes box set, and fourteen of the twenty-three FR blister figures... That is how my current Plastic Crack Addiction began. Got dozens of Ral Partha Darksun to begin with. Maybe 100's from other campaign worlds and creatures.
  • 07:45 AM - jonesy quoted Mad_Jack in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    As a collector I have actually begun making a dent in the lists of old Ral Partha 11-XXX official AD&D minis: I currently have three of the Birthright figures, eight Planescape blisters, twelve Ravenloft figures, eighteen of the Monsters, twenty-five of the thirty-five Adventurer pairs, most of the 10-502 Dragonlance: Heroes box set, three of the 10-504 Villains set, six other DL blisters, all but one of the 10-550 Forgotten Realms: heroes box set, and fourteen of the twenty-three FR blister figures... That sounds like a D&D version of the Twelve Days of Christmas song.

Sunday, 7th October, 2018


Tuesday, 25th September, 2018

  • 12:41 AM - MarkB quoted Mad_Jack in post Shillelagh - Why no scaling?
    Given that the cantrip was probably written before the optional multiclass rules were, I'd say it's more likely that was the case than concern over its interaction with an optional rules module. The process may have been the other way around as far as multiclassing is concerned. I doubt there was ever any consideration of not having multiclassing in 5e, so it's just as likely that the spell was written while they still considered multiclassing to be part of the standard rules, before they switched them to being optional.

Sunday, 23rd September, 2018

  • 10:01 PM - Elfcrusher quoted Mad_Jack in post Arguments and assumptions against multi classing
    I fully agree, the Internet really peaked as a thing around 2012 and has been sliding downhill ever since... :D I think it happened a lot earlier, with the demise of GOPHER and WAIS.
  • 12:29 AM - Aeson quoted Mad_Jack in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    I used to be in the habit of yelling out snarky comments when people would smoke their tires and peel out of parking lots. One time when some guy in a muscle car did a couple donuts before taking off I yelled out, "My god that man must have an enormous *****!!!!!" and turned around to see a couple of Catholic nuns laughing so hard they almost fell over... When a lady once asked me if I was a pirate when I snarled at something, I quickly replied with a licentious smirk, "Aye, lass, a pirate I be. Am I'm here to plunder your booty..." :cool: I wanted someone to say something about plundering their booty. I'd say " I be at sea a long time. As long as ye swab me deck an walk me plank. Matters not to me as long as me timbers get shivered."

Tuesday, 18th September, 2018

  • 03:32 AM - Dannyalcatraz quoted Mad_Jack in post Most Outlandish Creative Non-sense You Ever Thought Up.
    I once ran an adventure where the party was hired by a red-headed man who asked them to protect his village from the predations of an evil wizard. It started out as a standard adventure. The man wore a magical amulet that let him cast a Sympathy/Antipathy spell a certain number of times per day. The party discovers that each person in the village had their own special amulet that let them cast a particular spell - Friends, Charm Person, Control Weather, etc... And it turns out that all the villagers are were-bears. The wizard is trying to steal the amulets to use their combined magic to power a device designed to allow him to create an army of mind-controlled slaves. Now, here's where it takes its first twist... ;) The villagers aren't just were-bears... They're were-Care Bears. (Try saying that seven times fast, lol.) Yes, I went there. And the "evil wizard" looks suspiciously like the Purple Pieman from Strawberry Shortcake. He's stealing the amulets to build a device designed to s...

Thursday, 6th September, 2018



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