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Pirate Jesus

Mae'r gwynt yn chwythu am byth ymlaen

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  • 207 weeks
    So, I changed my name a bit.

    Now before you lot start thinking I've been getting into the rum, let me explain.

    So, as some of you remember, the last picture of me in the flesh I put up here about a year ago, and some of you commented even then that I looked like a pirate due to me growing my hair and goatee out.

    Well, I kept growing it and now, thanks to my Jewish blood, I literally look like Jesus.

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  • 208 weeks
    Oh, Hey guys!

    (Blows dust off old account)

    Hey, y'all. Sorry I was gone for a bit.

    What'd I miss this time?

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  • 237 weeks
    Can Someone Summarize this Blasted Show?

    So, As you all know, I left the fandom for a while, and I'm now trying to get in some faculty back into it. However, I've run into a problem: apparently I've missed a lot since the Season 4 finale. So, what I'm asking of you my dear followers, is there any way y'all can bring me up to speed on what's been going on with all this? I don't have enough time to catch up on last season, or even the

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  • 242 weeks
    School's Out For Winter!

    Yep, just got my transcript for the semester after a particularly long finals season. 4 B's in Medieval European History, Modern East Asian History, Leadership and Interpersonal Skills, and History of Alabama, rounding it out with a solid A in Leadership Theory. Needless to say, I'm relieved.

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  • 253 weeks
    I Can't Stop!

    I should probably be working on the paper due in an hour and a half, or at least on my story.

    Instead, I can't pull my eyes away from this.

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The Pirate King Takes San Antonio · 3:59am Jul 18th, 2015

This Texas place is awesome, guys! :pinkiehappy:

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Damn straight it is:rainbowdetermined2:

I want to meet you. :duck:

You're from San Antonio? Holy shit, dude, wish I'd have told you earlier. We could've hung out and drank copious amounts of alcohol. :derpytongue2:

Definitely. I thought the "everything's bigger in Texas" line was a joke, but then I got a margarita the size of my head.

Oh, no, I'm in Seattle right now. I'm just saying it would be cool if we could hang out. :coolphoto:

3254229 I'd be down, but Seattle is literally about as far from me as possible. I'm from South Georgia, so it'd be a hell of a drive. If I'm ever on the West Coast, I'll hit you up. I'll even bring the rum!

Hit the Menger Hotel Ghost Tours if you get the chance. I wanted to the last time I visited but I ran out of time.

I appreciate it, but I'm already back home. I was only in Texas for a couple of days while my brother had a football recruitment thing. Still, I like it, so I'll likely be back some time.

Just for curiosity's sake, what is the weather like out in Seattle?

Yesterday, it was ridiculously hot and muggy. Being outside was like being in a sauna, and being in a house without central air conditioning was like being in a house-sized sauna.

Today, it's overcast and really chilly. You have to wear a sweatshirt outside or you'll start shivering.

I both love and hate every day I'm in Seattle. :scootangel:

First part sounds like home. Here we're at around 95-100 peak temp. and the air is so humid I practically swam to my car yesterday.

I like hot weather and I like chilly (but not too cold!) weather; Seattle's climate is just about perfect for me. :scootangel:

I prefer really hot weather. Pretty much anywhere I plan to live long term is South of Tennessee, but especially the Caribbean and the South Pacific (They don't call me Pirate King for nothing).

The Caribbean is a pretty expensive place to live. :twilightoops:

Depends on where. Places like Cozumel, the Bahamas, and the Virgin Islands are because of all the tourism opportunities. I'd be looking more towards Trinidad and Tobago, the Dominican Republic, Belize, etc. They're relatively cheaper, especially since I'm looking to vanish into some low key coastal town there.

Double goes for the Phillipines, which is why it's topping my list right now. The people there are immensely friendly- and one of the few countries that generally likes Americans-, they speak English and Spanish (my two best known languages), Their beaches are beautiful, and a bottle of midgrade rum there is $0.50 American. It's bloody paradise.


the Dominican Republic

I'm pretty sure I could retire there with what's currently in my bank account (about $2000). :rainbowlaugh:

Bruh, I haven't even seen my bank account hit four digits in two years. :twilightblush:

Yeah, the DR is very cheap. The price you pay is that it is a pre-industrialized country, so stable internet, efficient police and legal infrastructure, general public sanitation, and in some places even running water are sacrificed. Still, I'm hoping to just find a small shack fit for a sailor anyways so I don't mind.

You have very interesting aspirations. :pinkiesmile:

The Pirate King vibe isn't just for show there, mate. I want to find myself somewhere between Ernest Hemingway and Captain Jack Sparrow. :ajsmug:

Are you a Pastafarian?

I'm familiar with the religion, but no. I'm a non-churchgoing christian.

I think you'd like Pastafarians. Wearing pirate regalia is encouraged in their religion. :twistnerd:



... You aren't kidding, are you? Please tell me you're not. :derpytongue2:

I am not kidding. Link. I love these guys. :rainbowlaugh:

Ok, Damn. Like, I'm going to keep being christian, but I really want to hang out with all of these people now. :rainbowlaugh:

I totally understand. :moustache: Pastafarians just treat religion as a joke, more or less; be prepared for a lot of sarcasm and irony. :derpytongue2:

Well, my best friend is a hardline atheist, so I'm used to it. He's not in the camp who's like "My disbelief in God makes me intellectually superior, so I'm going to bully religious folks about how stupid they are". He's more like "I'm totally going to make jokes about how Jesus was a zombie, dude," and I have fun with that type of person. :twilightsmile:

Yeah, you never know what type you might get when someone says "atheist," similar to never knowing whether you'll get an open-minded moderate or a God warrior when someone says "Christian." :twilightsheepish: Lots of people follow lots of things for lots of reasons; I don't profess to know what any of them think, so I just keep an open mind about what anyone says about their religion until they prove to me that they're either a good person or a bad one. :moustache:

Well, you don't have to worry about me, I'm solidly in that first camp. I think the organized and assimilated church is the biggest threat to genuine belief in God, so I don't even associate myself with a church. I'm just someone who believes that spreading good will and knowledge is the greatest man can do, regardless of religion.

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