I just started Pathfinder recently (only 1 session, so no serious judgments yet) and it has brought up the same old questions surrounding Pirating (since much of Pathfinder started off as free PDFs from what I understand).
I think that all too often music, video games, and even rpg books/materials are outrageously overpriced and that in many cases it would even be logical for them to be freeware. However, how could any artist or developer afford to keep going if everyone steals?
So I just got the internet back after having to move again. I also found a game and joined it! Most excellent.
I am now in a 3.5 Underdark campaign with a DM (Bear from meetup.com) that has no problem killing off his PCs on a moments notice. It kind of reminds me of my very early D&D 1st edition experiences.
We play over at Sunshine Games on Bird Rd. in Miami. If you are looking for a game to join and are interested in this one, I suggest you make it quick,
Updated 09-18-2009 at 07:58 AM by michael
Thus far the party had always taken the direct approach to things. Decisions were quick and typically involved using weapons. For fun I decided to guilt them a little bit about their rash actions by suggesting that the wererats might have been innocents they attacked and killed.
By the module they are in a hack and slash section of the adventure, so really they were supposed to kill the wererats. That doesn't mean I can't mess with them, besides it turned into some fun role play.
2. One night while stocking the grocery department, a guy came up to me and another worker Jason, he asked where the candy section was. Jason replied that it was in Aisle 6. The guy said "No it's not, I looked there already. Where did you move it?" Jason replied "We haven't moved the candy section in 6 years." And then proceeded to show the guy the 20ft section of candy that was in Aisle 6.
So after so many years in retail, I've come aross lots of funny stories of people, places and things.
Most of these stories take place while I was working at a supercenter in the midwest called Meijer.
1. The rain check.
So Meijer had on sale Charmin toilet paper and a great price. We had ran out of Charmin late in the day and were just waiting for the truck to show up with more. An older lady came up to a grocery worker and asked if we had any more Charmin