So the Mutants and Masterminds campaign I spoke of the other day officially has a name now. We’re calling it, “Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!”
Who’s designing a Mutants and Masterminds campaign set in a medieval world where the history of “superscience” has produced a certain amount of steampunk tech, complete with the base playable races and assorted monsters from D&D?
If you guessed anachronistic-vibrancy and I, you are correct.
Let’s try to do a proper meet up this fall?
I submit that we try going to Purgatory Chasm again because it’s especially lovely in the fall and also, purgatory. And it’s fairly centrally located for us. And there’s ice cream nearby.
LET ME KNOWWW
Yes. I support this plan. A Saturday will work best for me, personally.
Robin Hood - Doctor Who s08e03, “Robots of Sherwood”
Also my necklace broke and I think I’m just gonna give up on having things.
Guess whose phone fell and completely broke forever today?
If you need to reach me, social media is basically your option for now. And maybe Carol’s phone, if you have the number and I happen to be near her.
It is worth remembering that many logical fallacies aren’t inherently fallacies; still fewer are malicious. The ‘no true Scotsman’ fallacy only exists because there are things that people claim to be which aren’t true, and their claimed affiliation cannot be rightly judged by them. ‘Red herrings’ are, sometimes, actually relevant and useful sidetracks that will he used to illuminate some aspect of the discussion if allowed to finish. People who attack strawmen rarely know the difference between their picture and the reality. We should make sure that we approach logical fallacies with honest consideration about whether or not they are, in fact, fallacies, or if they just look like one at a glance, and with patient understanding that it is probably not intentional.