I’m bored so imma put my music on shuffle and list the first 15 songs that pop up
“Du Hast” - Rammstein
“I Am Your Jesus” - William Control
“Carry The Torch” - Motionless In White
“Wasted Age” - We Came As Romans
“Things Don’t Look Good” - Genghis Tron
“Saturday Night” - Misfits
“Should I Stay Or Should I Go” - Powerman 5000
“Power Violence” - KUZA
“Aries” - In This Moment
“Honey, This Mirror Isn’t Big Enough For The Two Of Us” - My Chemical Romance
“In Coalesce With Filth And Faith” - Carnifex
“It’s No Good” - Depeche Mode
“Confrontation” - Otep
“Wicked Games” - HIM
“Tainted Love” - Marilyn Manson
I’m playing a Pixie Wizard by the name of Warren in a second ed campaign. The other members have taken to referring to him as “The Flying Dick” due to his morbid sense of humor and disregard for mortal life. The town we’re staying in has been attacked and set on fire during the night by a small army of skeletons. These in particular cause flaming sores to erupt from the wounds of their victims.
Dm: You see several skeletons running to the well, and the peasants are making an attempt to keep them back.
Me: Oh, that sucks, how are they doing?
Dm: Several of them are lying dead or dying on the ground, two of them are still on fire.
Me: Well, at least those two were considerate enough to light my way.
Dm: What? Really?
Me: Yeah, now I don’t have to waste my torches, good job villagers.
Fiber-Optic Solar Toilet Turns Sewage To Plant Friend
by Michael Keller
World Water Day is coming up this Saturday. One of the event’s goals is to bring attention to the billion people who live without access to safe drinking water.
A major obstacle standing before that objective is a lack of the sanitation that would prevent human waste from polluting water supplies. One innovation, a solar-powered, fiber-optic-equipped toilet that requires no water and sanitizes sewage with high heat, is among several that are trying to fix the problem and improve public health.
Developed by engineers at University of Colorado Boulder, the system uses eight parabolic mirrors that focus sunlight onto an area the size of a postage stamp. This energy is then piped through fiber-optic cables to a reaction chamber that heats waste to 600 degrees Fahrenheit.