As your Riot Dad I need you to drink water and carry water and cliff bars or other high calorie food with you.
You know what this means?
You get a fanny pack and some cargo pants. The benefit of this is having pockets for food and water so you won't pass out, but also you can carry sharpies for writing NLG numbers on people's arms who may not have a sharpie
You can also carry your meds!
If you need medication I recommend taking your bottles with enough for two to three days keep it on you.
a really really bad dnd character idea. just really bad. i warned you, it's bad
a duo played as one unit: a nature-loving gnoll who weaves leaves into their fur, and lets mould grow on them, giving them a distinct fuzzy-green appearance; and the gnoll's best friend, a tiny pixie who is an excellent crossbowman and uses his friend like a mech, steadying his weapon on his friend's head.
they say he even assassinated an important official one day,
this shooter on the grassy gnoll,
If we're recommending Youtube channels you guys should check out Thorhighheels:
He talks mainly about PS1 and PS2 era stuff with some insight and a tolerance for jank
direct action, hacktivism
"The state previously set up a 'fraud' website encouraging employers to report those who refused to go back on the job, angering workers and labor rights advocates. State officials say they are now reconsidering the policy after Motherboard reported that a hacker created a script to flood the 'COVID-19 Fraud' website with junk data, with the goal of making it impossible to process these claims."
Prison mention, fabric history,
Why prison grade, I hear you wondering?
Narrator: “no one was wondering”
Well, because the American Correctional Association created the first national standard for cotton ticking fabrics
If ticking is labeled ACA, then you know it meets certain standards for thread count, thickness, and feather resistance
Probably the only useful thing to come out of the prison system. Other than that Johnny Cash album, of course.
The ACA was originally founded in 1870 to improve welfare of prisoners and ensure humane treatment. But it quickly became a trade organization and by the 1980’s was so corrupt, that one of the judges on its governing panel resigned and published a 21 page essay outlining how corrupt and filled with conflicts of interest the ACA has become
They’ve been dogged by corruption since then, most notably in 2014 when their president was indicted for money laundering, tax fraud, and bribery.
He was sentenced to 19 and a half years in prison
I'm only on my third day in the game but so far it looks like it's shaping up to be an actual detective game but set in what's essentially Fallout's world if instead of nuclear war the apocalypse was just the steady decline of capitalism
Socialist / lover of weird games and old computers / fuck nazis
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