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Our new Indie Games subforum is now open for business in G&T. Go and check it out, you might land a code for a free game. If you're developing an indie game and want to post about it, follow these directions. If you don't, he'll break your legs! Hahaha! Seriously though.
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  • Please synergize this report and turn it into the [job] thread tomorrow

    Barcardi wrote: »
    Dear building contractors of this forum, if any of you exist. Let me give you a piece of advice:

    Read the fucking construction documents.
    Read them.
    No, no, don't just show up and take direction and then shrug when you ...sayyyyy..... put up a whole bunch of walls that were never supposed to exist and then bitch about having to take them down.

    Read the fucking documents first. You would have known that the walls didn't exist if you read the instructions first.

    I know you have 20 years experience in the field, I don't give a shit, read the documents.

    So many good stories from my Dad on that (Architect). Like walking onto a site, going into the bathroom (tiled) to see them installing a toilet.
    "That's supposed to be on that wall"
    "It was much easier to put it here"
    "Ah, too bad I guess."
    "Yeah"
    "I meant that you'll have to rip it out, retile and replumb it on your dime. Still needs to be done Friday. Have a nice day. "
    MysstBarcardiBobbleSkeithBucketmanUsagiGoldenSeducerbowenAistanMolybdenumchrishallett83KwoaruSmrtnikSporkAndrewSorceTofystedethJosiah_9IloveslimesSlacker71
  • The D&D [Book] Thread

    So It Goes wrote: »
    I can recommend Company from Max Barry, it's a pretty light sendup of corporations and is kinda funny.

    Jennifer Government is not his best book, he's improved with each book I think.

    Syrup is also quite good, as both that and Company clearly draw on his experience in the corporate world. While he can be hit or miss, his books have a refreshing style compared to a lot of other writers. There's a lot of dark tongue-in-cheek humor.
    GethSo It Goes
  • [PbP] Let's Play King of Tokyo! (Reskinned for PA!) Game 5 starting soon!

    also, I will buy complete destruction.
    Elvenshae
  • [True Detective] CURRENT EPISODE SPOILERS UNMARKED!

    Forar wrote: »
    schuss wrote: »
    Adam Sandler, Kevin James, and Nick Swardson, with a dual role of Sandler in drag as the female lead.

    You're a monster.

    Says the dude with a Cookie Monster avatar!

    Now I'm envisioning Cookie Monster sitting in Cohle's interrogation seat. "It's my day off. I eat cookies on my day off." And then he pulls out a knife and begins fashioning little people out of the empty packages.

    Oh god, True Detective with Seasame Street characters could break me.

    TD with Sesame Street characters would be epic. A twitching Animal looking over the bound body of Miss Piggie while his partner, Fozzie, looks on.

    It's also the PBR monster.
    Egostapeslinger
  • Cooker? I barely know her! [Cooking Thread]

    Xaquin wrote: »
    schuss wrote: »
    Xaquin wrote: »
    ok, PA! I need your advice!

    I will be making chicken kebabs for 9 people next week and I need a marinade that will go well with Chicken, Peppers, Onion, Tomatoes, Pineapple, and Squash all on Couscous.

    I'm thinking something lemony?

    I'd like to make it myself if possible

    Recommend on!

    That's a tough combo, as you have the earthiness of the squash, sweet of the pineapple and tomato/pepper flavor. I would do something like a jerk, but your options open up if you drop the tomato, as you could then do a more teriyaki style marinade or hawaiian flavors.

    consider the tomato gone!

    In that case I'd go with something like a soy sauce base with some rice vinegar, sesame oil, ground pepper, chopped garlic and onion in the marinade. Add spice to taste (can go mild or hot with pepper flakes, sciracha or oil).
    Should be fairly simple and appeal to a wide variety of palates. Depending on the type of squash you have, you may want to go heavier on the vinegar (summer squash slices) or ground pepper (other squashes). This is just one option though.
    Xaquin