she seems like a fun character

Hurrah for letting slip the chains that try to force us to their narrative. The past can only bind us if we allow it to. Let us write our own happy ending, free from tragedy. Tragedy is only “fun” on the theatre’s stage.

“Life is but a walking shadow, a poor player. That struts and Frets his hour on the stage. And then is heard no more. It is a tale told by an idiot full of Sound and Fury signifying nothing.” Macbeth

Can we just take a moment to appreciate the sheer dedication it takes to live and die behind the register? How much he had to have loved running his comic shop to spend his final moments in it.

He might have just had a heart attack with no warning.

Then again, Rulette did say that the comic shop had been bailed out by the dry cleaning, more than once..

Responding to the tweet about Suikoden :
Never played the original games, but finished at least twice Suikoden : Tierkreis on DS and can say it’s my favorite game. Try it if you can.

I often say I’m four-for-four on dead grandparents to cancer. It’s a 100% success rate.

If you got a chance to talk to them before you turned ten years old, at least you have the memories. 3 outta 4 of mine were dead before I was born.

Same here. Both of my grandmothers died when my parents were five. Mom’s father died six years before I was born. My Dad’s father remarried later in life, a girl my oldest aunt went to school with. A super lady, she lived into her nineties and was always ‘Grandma’ to me.

I can’t believe it took me THIS long to try saying her name, out-loud!
Now I’m forced to ask:
If her lateness (for an appointment) forces her to hurry, can we call her “Rushin’ Rulette”?
( … the only thing that would shock me more
is if I’m the FIRST to ask you about this pun … )

Well she is a D&D Game Master or DM to those old school types, so there is that other pun buried in there.

Now this has me wondering what other games a Rules Master would be getting into.
I figure at the very least some Star Fleet Battles or the the game of super hero character design though not necessarily play, [cant remember which one that was hero or champions ]

If anyone says anything like that to scare me, I’ll be all, “Yeah? I heard of a guy who died standing up leaning against a mantlepiece, just to show it could be done.” ;) It was Branwell Bronte, the brother of the Bronte sisters.

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