Dr. Fauci Resigns From COVID Task Force by liamlynn in politics
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Don't let the door hit ya where the Lord split ya, "doc".
Anon claims to have been Epstein's driver by avena_sativa_3 in conspiracy
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TL; DR: OP claims he was a "procurer" for Epstein and others, confesses to being an accessory in at least two cases. (Accidental death and murder, along with getting underage girls to show up to places where he knew they'd be taken advantage of in the worst ways.) There are some GPS coordinates where he supposedly met some people who disposed of a body that he brought to them. Also claims he worked on Little St. James itself for a while.
reddit refugee here by screamifyouredriving in Introductions
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"And that, my liege, is how we know the Earth to be banana-shaped."
Anyone else is an aspiring writer here? by Fictionsaur in Introductions
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Arguably aspiring. I have one novel published independently, working on another, I expect to have a third... Eventually. And yes, there's a writing sub here.
Just one more redd-fugee. I work nights, play RPGs, I write novels.
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What are you in the middle of reading right now? by PurpleAmathea in books
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Lucifer's Hammer, an old favorite. Not sure what comes next, but probably back to the Dresden Files. (I've been trying to finish out the series, but holy cow does Harry get into a lot of trouble.)
I love the Dark Tower. The ending is... What it is. It's very Stephen King. You'll either like it or hate it. Personally, I think it's perfect.
What are the greatest RPGs that you've ever played? by Otacon in RPG
Alright, I'm super excited to be here, and glad this is one of the first things I'm running into.
"Greatest" is a really broad umbrella which just means you've given me an excuse to be super wordy.
I cut my teeth on Shadowrun, and I still have a lot of affection for the background, but I haven't played for years. I'd love to try again though, depending on which rules were being used--my dream would be somebody putting together a Savage Worlds port that I liked, or completing my own.
My favorite system right now is Savage Worlds--I admit I kind of like generic systems, my prior favorite was GURPS and I still have a ton of GURPS books lying around--which isn't to say I think it can do anything... But it can pull of a surprising variety, usually without much work if you know what you're doing. It's pretty much the system I've been looking for my whole life, it 'ticks all my boxes' for how I think an RPG 'should' work.
That said, I have had an awful lot of fun with Feng Shui, too. Only ran FS2 for one short campaign, and it didn't work out as well as I would have liked, but my friends and I had lots of good times over the years with FS1, including one campaign that stranded the crew of the original Enterprise in the Netherworld.
Greatest overall, I'd have to go with Savage Worlds, it's just my favorite and I think it will be for a long time yet.