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Your Ultimate Roleplaying Purity Score
Category Your Score Average
Hacklust 70.75%
Enjoys the occasional head-lopping
53.5%
Sensitive Roleplaying 67.09%
Will talk after everyone important's been killed
54.6%
GM Experience 82.61%
"Um… You guys are in a 10'x10' room…"
69.5%
Systems Knowledge 88.98%
Played in a couple of campaigns
90.4%
Livin' La Vida Dorka 50.57%
Has interesting conversations in public
63.3%
You are 74.06% pure
Average Score: 68.8%

Take The Ultimate Roleplaying Purity Test
and see how you match up!

(By The Ferrett)

Sigh.

I do. Without any irony.

But at their most put-on-the-spot, they are really funny.

And I forgot I can't embed YouTube videos on a WordPress.com weblog, so click over yonder, young internet seekers.

From IRC: 

she's off in rochester, quoting obvious people and pretending that laziness is enlightenment.

Geoffrey Chaucer Hath a Blog. Not much more to say, really. 

Sam found the video for Emergency Broadcast Network's Electronic Behavior Control System. Watch it and watch it again, please.

How to make an impression on the QVC home-shopping channel.

The Sweet Sex and Love on eThaiCD.com:

Two people meet and then they screw a lot. They keep screwing for awhile. Then they screw some more. Then they start to irritate each other, so they break up. Then one wants to get back together and get married, but the other’s like “aw, heeeelll naw!”

(Thanks, Nik.)

Washington Post finally comes to the table and talks about gay gamers and virtual spaces. No new territory is covered that hasn’t been covered if you follow this sort of thing.

More than one person has sent me today to Slashdot’s review of Dungeons and Dragons Online, which towards the end kind of echoes my feelings about what I’ve gathered from what I’ve been seeing/reading: it’d be great if we (and I’ve been talking to some people about it, so theoretically, we) had a regular party of people we like, and we made a bowling night out of it (like, say, every other Tuesday or whenever), but otherwise it seems kind of unfeasible. It could be made more palatable if most people playing this were fun people or great roleplayers, but I’ve already read some of the DDO forums, and, uh, no. It’s the internet, people are dicks.

How far can mashups go? For you San Franciscans, here’s a map of public bathrooms, with ratings.