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November 9, 2015 by sandwichcontrol

On the face of reality.

That’s what we are up against in our Pathfinder campaign.

It’s cool, though. We are demi-gods now. No big deal.

Except for Larry Jenkins. He’s a big deal.

Saturday night we recorded the 48th episode of the Pathfinders. Our hope is to conclude the game with episode 50 at around the same time of the 4 year anniversary of the campaign.

Finish it up nice and neat. With a little bow on top.

I was thinking about DS9 the other day. It happens every few months. Not to worry. This most recent time, I focused my reminiscence on one character: Kai Winn, that bitch.

thereckoning_148Mostly my thoughts revolved around the overwhelming sense that I knew her, the actress, from somewhere. And then they revolved around my excitement and disgust at realizing that that actress is Louis Fletcher, best known for her role as Nurse Ratched in “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”.


Oh, now I really hate her.

Apparently, she is very lovely woman in real life. She just happens to have resting malicious cunt face and plays devious bitches incredibly well.

I meant to tell you all of that the other day, but I forgot.

This is what I think about during my day. More accurately put, during my day when I don’t listen to (JK Rowling) audiobooks.

Yesterday was a good day. I had lots of good conversation. Mostly with myself. A bit with other people. And some with Kingston who decided to throw up a bunch for no reason.

I also scored the last of the paint for the house. The kitchen is going to be red and the dining room blue. My house will have rooms in primary and secondary colors. Because I am a grown-up. That dresses like a toddler.

Today is Monday. Which means it will probably be a shit storm of poor planning and endless errands. At least I hope so.

See ya’ tomorrow.

More soon. ~SC

1 comment »

  1. Dave says:

    Dude. How are you JUST now figuring this out about Louis Fletcher? She was also truly evil in the movie “Flowers in the Attic”.

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