I don't think I have flipped a coin for a decision in the past year. It reminds me of a question. "Sometimes you complain that a playable character in a video game does not jump but how often do you jump in real life?" I don't know why it reminds of this question.
Foolish mortal, relying on the mundanest of random tools. I use the almighty 20-sided dice, then I add my Wisdom, Intelligence, or Charisma modifier according to the situation!
Which means I roll a d20+0 everytime.
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Question of the Day: What is one exotic animal you wouldn't mind having as a pet, assuming your circumstances would allow you to properly care for it and such?
Ehhhhh. Zebra, just cuz... Zebra.
Waldo from Wheres Waldo. I always wanted a book with a red and white dude as my pet. Just kidding. I would want a Dodo because they're extinct. I don't want a exotic pet. If I wanted a exotic pet I would feel depressed. I would have my hopes up to get a exotic pet but I never would. It makes me feel better to not want as much.
Oh wow. A portion of my front page currently reads:
"woodcutter axes are cited as the most common cause of death amongst commie cuckoos, children often kick commie cuckoos for amusement, and the commie cuckoo stadiums are open 24/7"
Question of the Day: If you discovered a new planet, what would you name it?
Yes, seriously. QUACK.
Depends on what it looks like. If it was like Earth I'd name it: Lurra. Lurra is Basque for Earth. I think. I use Google Translate for evidence or other stuff. It might not be right but do I have a person who speaks Basque on my street. No I don't so I rely on Google Translate for this stuff.
There's an alternative to Google Translate, in some cases. If it's just one word you're after, you can generally use Wiktionary, as it tends to provide translations into multiple languages.
It also shows Lurra as the translation.
(You can also look up a lot of non-English words on Wiktionary for English translations of them.)
Battle Angel Alita and Kabenitohamajihaka
Most the time, yeah, it is perfectly fine for one word. But it will still occasionally be wrong, which can be enough to shoot some holes in having faith in it.
Granted, someone could alter Wiktionary and have it be wrong too, so neither are foolproof. But at least there I could see the edit history if I really wanted, though, which is a bit of a redeeming quality in regards to faith there.
But, all credibility issues and such aside for both of them,
Wiktionary has additional info on words which is nice, which in my book gives it a one up on GT no matter how accurate it becomes. =P