Hellooooo Mspsocial! Nice to meet you! I'm Josh. I like reading, gaming, and many other things.
Here are the living beings that depend on me, Kentucky cat and Louisiana cat. Kentucky is from Kentucky, has no teeth, and enjoys chasing her toys. Louisiana's origin is unknown, but that was her name at the Minneapolis shelter so it seemed like fate. She enjoys waking me up in the morning to feed her.
oh my god this is the cutest username/password UI I have ever seen
D&D, Curse of Strahd Show more
Pro fudging: there are parts of the setting that don't get a lot of use; sticking the items there makes the PCs more likely to visit.
Con: fudging the reading means you have to do a lot of improving.
I've also come up with individual readings for the players based on their histories. That will be fun, I think.
D&D, Curse of Strahd Show more
Tomorrow night the party will probably get to the Tser Pool encampment and get a reading by Madam Eva. The readings importance to the plot is that it determines where specific items to defeat Strahd are located in the game world, along with who will be an ally to the party and even where to confront Strahd in Ravenloft.
Attorney Nonsense Show more
Looking forward to 5 years from now when Morris builds his little Xmas kingdom and his wronged employees come after him with a lawsuit. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/how-one-mans-quest-to-spread-christmas-cheer-led-to-a-miserable-four-year-war-with-his-neighborhood/Content?oid=15109011
BiCO Show more
This toot constitutes notice that I will, from now on, refer to "Baby It's Cold Outside" simply as "BiCO," thus saving on typing time and costs, increasing fun factor by saying "BiCO!" every time I step outside in the winter, and increasing bisexual representation in holiday music.
John Kelly, USPol Show more
John Kelly, looking the adult to let the toddler get away with shit.
Sonic 2019 Show more
Hollywood, please stop doing this hackneyed plot:
"This telling of Sonic's story sees him as a bit of a fish -- or hedgehog -- out of water. Sonic, voiced by Ben Schwartz, finds himself in our present-day world, wherein he develops a relationship with James Marsden's Tom Wachowski and also finds himself at odds with Jim Carrey's Dr. Robotnik."
USPol, Alternate Universe Show more
So say Clinton won, the House and Senate both went GOP. Would The Clinton DoJ have pursued much against Trump? I can imagine, in that universe, the Clinton admin would have went after Russia rather than Trump, since the latter would be seen as attacking a political rival and House/Senate GoP would have screamed that such an attack was an impeachable offense.
"Who, and what are you?" Scrooge demanded.
"I am the Ghost of Christmas Past."
"Long Past?" inquired Scrooge: observant of its dwarfish stature.
"No. Your past."
Perhaps, Scrooge could not have told anybody why, if anybody could have asked him; but he had a special desire to see the Spirit in his cap; and begged him to be covered.
Mint-in-the-box lawyer. Loves too many things.
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