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    [–] What is the most ridiculous thing a customer at your work had complained about you for? vadlmaster 1 points ago in AskReddit

    I don't know how you could be bored at those. I went to Sweden in 2011 for the World Jamboree there and it was some of the most fun I have had in my life.

    [–] What's the funniest law you know? vadlmaster 389 points ago in AskReddit

    It's illegal to have a concealed weapon that is over six feet long in Missouri. "Here let me just pull this spear out of my pocket."

    [–] What's a big no-no in your hobby? vadlmaster 68 points ago in AskReddit

    Magic the Gathering

    Putting your lands in front.

    [–] What insignificant thing makes you incredibly angry? vadlmaster 1186 points ago in AskReddit

    Goddamn wide rule paper. It makes my so irrationally angry when I open a new notebook and it's wide rule.

    [–] What are the great failures in human history? vadlmaster 32 points ago in AskReddit

    Though something to keep in mind is that Russia wasn't unified at that point. It was a bunch of principalities so you can't do the time hed tactic of burning everything and running away and wait for there supply lines to get long and under defended. Now would that have mattered for the Mongols? Probably not. They didn't have supply lines and they could advance faster than the Russians could retreat but still important to think about.

    [–] Tournament Report: 2-1 at FLGS with Enchantress Brew vadlmaster 2 points ago in Pauper

    One thing I would suggest immediately is a card called [[Protective Sphere]] instead of the circle of protections. One you can support it and two that frees up a lot of space in your board for other things.

    [–] What was cool in 5000 B.C. that's still cool now? vadlmaster 28 points ago in AskReddit

    You know what is really sweet about fire? You can basically track human technological progress by how good we are at fire. Stone age to the bronze age, to the iron age, to the industrial age and to the modern age. All of that progress started because we got better at heating stuff up. But we still can't do sustainable fushion, the sun is still better at fire than us.

    [–] I miss Avatar: Legend of Aang/Korra. I wish for a whole season about how the world dealt 100 years without an Avatar. What time-period would your ideal new season be set in? vadlmaster 2 points ago in AskReddit

    I think post Wan would be sweet. You get to deal with the new Avatar, who has no idea what the Avatar is considering he or she is the second one. I also get the vibe from the end of his episodes that the world is a lot less united along bending lines and its a lot more tribal. So it would be pretty neat to see that space explored. Like Ba-Sing-Sae is trying to conquer the other earth bending states and make the Earth Kingdom and the Avatar resisting that, or water tribe raiders attacking coastal towns Viking style, or a Sengoku Jiadi type conflict going on in the will be Fire Nation. That sort of thing.

    [–] What is the most satisfying feeling? vadlmaster 1 points ago in AskReddit

    When you spend hours working on a project and you can finally sit back and admire your work.

    [–] What’s the worst “dick move” you’ve pulled, just because you were in a bad mood? vadlmaster 29 points ago in AskReddit

    It wasn't so much a bad mood but I was drunk and feeling frisky. I slept with a girl who I knew was into me but I didn't feel the same about her. I feel terrible about it and had to have that conversation today.

    [–] Jackpot vadlmaster 4 points ago in Tinder

    My ex said this to me once literally word for word.

    [–] What expensive hobby would you have if you won the lottery? vadlmaster 97 points ago in AskReddit

    Or just be me and not win the lottery and still spend s ridiculous amount of money on it!

    [–] [Serious] Redditors who discovered and mastered a new hobby in middle or late age, what was it, why did you start, and how did you master it? vadlmaster 27 points ago in AskReddit

    I'm glad you mention the science because I'm a ceramic engineering student and oh yeah there is a lot going on in clay and glaze. You can get glazes to so many cool things.

    [–] What is your go-to never-fail joke? vadlmaster 13007 points ago in AskReddit

    How many flies does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

    Just two but I have no idea how they got in there.

    [–] What’s one job a robot could never do? vadlmaster 2 points ago in AskReddit

    The Matrix would disagree with you.