Revolting!…but I need more.

Nob Akimoto

Nob Akimoto is a policy analyst and part-time dungeon master. When not talking endlessly about matters of public policy, he is a dungeon master on the NWN World of Avlis

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33 Responses

  1. Jason Kuznicki says:

    That’s always been one of my favorite clips from ST:TNG.

    For some reason, I can’t get the League to recognize my login and let me post comments with my Gravatar. I log in, then open the window to comment, and it gives me the combox as if I weren’t logged in. Weird.Report

    • I get that periodically, too. Usually once I go through the combox rigamarole, for some reason I’m able to log in the regular way.Report

    • MikeSchilling in reply to Jason Kuznicki says:

      Try clearing your browser cache. If that doesn’t work, restart your browser. If that fails, reboot.

      If none of that works, pretend it’s six o’clock and start drinking.Report

      • James Hanley in reply to MikeSchilling says:

        pretend it’s six o’clock and start drinking.

        Of if you’re in California and it still feels too early, pretend you’re on New York time.Report

        • Rtod in reply to James Hanley says:

          I’m big on observing Grennwich Mean Time in those situations.Report

          • Chris in reply to Rtod says:

            A philosophy I used to hear often: “It’s always happy hour somewhere.”Report

            • Glyph in reply to Chris says:

              I thought everyone knew that Happy Hour inherently has a transitive property.Report

              • BlaiseP in reply to Glyph says:

                “I am full of holy joy and free booze,” said Cobbler. “I feel moved to sing. It is very wrong to resist an impulse to sing; to hold back a natural evacuation of joy is as injurious as to hold back any other natural issue. It makes a man spiritually costive, and plugs him up with hard, caked, thwarted merriment. This, in the course of time, poisons his whole system and is likely to turn him into that most detestable of beings, a Dry Wit. God grant that I may never be a Dry Wit. Let me ever be a Wet Wit! Let me pour forth what mirth I have until I am utterly empty — a Nit Wit.”

                –Robertson DaviesReport

  2. david says:

    Nice job in erasing the sub-blogs. Just hope that no one cached the “Dutch Courage” posting. It’s just sad that there was not some type of apology from the author instead of a quicck and quiet whitewash.Report