Tuesday, August 19, 2008


It may be typical of the pro-Obama Dungeons & Dragons crowd to disparage a fellow countryman's memory of war from the comfort of mom's basement, but most Americans have the humility and gratitude to respect and learn from the memories of men who suffered on behalf of others.
Thank god I have a +4 Shield of Stupidity.

h/t: BfD


Wes said...


I thought it was the right-wing types who were hanging out in the basement, eating Cheetos™ and blogging furiously about how important it was (for others) to fight the Islamomexilibfascistatheists.

To the author of that piece, I simply say, "Snark: Ur doin it rong."

(with apologies to LOLcats everywhere)

Unknown said...

Did you read the DarkSyde's retort on Kos?

"...Better to play D & D well as an adolescent, than play a shitty game of Risk as an adult. Yes, you played Risk, Mr. Goldfarb, only you played with real blood and guts, just not of course, your own. You played Risk, Mr. Goldfarb, you mendacious twit, and you play it poorly, and you have lost. May whatever deity you worship have mercy on what's left of your rotten soul."

Anonymous said...

Personally, I'm tired of all the hubbub surrounding Obama's halfling classification. That, combined with the whispered rumors that he's secretly Chaotically aligned have grown quite tiresome.

Now, I'm looking forward to the debate stages where we can further question his occupational bonuses. Things like how good is he at detecting and disarming traps? What is his bonus for finding hidden treasure, particularly magic items such as the Sword of Balanced Budget, or the Gauntlets of Universal Healthcare? And sure that Level 8 flaming arrow looks nice on paper, but will he panic and flee when he most needs to cast it?

These are the types of issues that are most important in figuring out who I want to lead the next campaign.