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  1. Bounsweet
    September 18th, 2014 12:33 PM
    Bounsweet
    My boyfriend from New Jersey tried it when I took him to Cinci with me earlier this summer and he had never even heard of Cincinnati style chili before that, it's so underrated imo :(
  2. Bounsweet
    September 18th, 2014 11:36 AM
    Bounsweet
    My mother makes it the same way! On top of spaghetti noodles, covered in shredded cheese and some diced onions... It's to die for ~_~ The Skyline brand chili is a little quirky though because it has cocoa powder and cayenne (I think?) seasonings in it, so it has a distinctly sweet flavor.
  3. Bounsweet
    September 18th, 2014 8:47 AM
    Bounsweet
    Oh I looove Cincinnati so much. I have so many amazing childhood memories from there I think it will always have a soft spot in my heart. Did you ever have Skyline Chili from there?
  4. S u m m e r y
    September 17th, 2014 10:35 PM
    S u m m e r y
    I'll try, I have to. I want to learn cooking, it seems very interesting :>
  5. Bounsweet
    September 17th, 2014 9:44 PM
    Bounsweet
    Pretty good! I just came home today from a little vacation in Cincinnati, so I'm unwinding tonight and will probably crash soon haha. How about on your end?
  6. Bounsweet
    September 17th, 2014 8:39 PM
    Bounsweet
    I've seen you posting around the General Chat and I'm amazed every time with how much we end up having in common lol! Obviously, I think you're pretty cool
  7. S u m m e r y
    September 17th, 2014 9:19 AM
    S u m m e r y
    I can't even boil water though, really scared of it.
  8. S u m m e r y
    September 16th, 2014 10:14 AM
    S u m m e r y
    Teach me! Like show me the sites or your method on how to do it, utensils and stuff required for it.
  9. S u m m e r y
    September 16th, 2014 6:22 AM
    S u m m e r y
    My hair is terrible, it's rough. My hair is kinda like Paul Rudd like, but I want it to be like Brad Pitt or Johnny Depp's :3

    Haha, birthday reminds me, I want to learn baking? do you bake? I love cakes like a lot :D
  10. S u m m e r y
    September 15th, 2014 9:30 AM
    S u m m e r y
    omg so much hair color! wow wish him birthday from my side as well ^___^
  11. S u m m e r y
    September 14th, 2014 10:12 PM
    S u m m e r y
    lol, it's ok. Tell me more, what's new?
  12. Auraluxe
    September 14th, 2014 5:22 AM
    Auraluxe
    You're from my home state! O: Hi, stranger! *waves crazily*
  13. S u m m e r y
    September 13th, 2014 10:06 PM
    S u m m e r y
    Actually till I had college I had a proper sleep schedule, but with nothing to do now I can't help but stay awake till late, and yes I do drinks lots of water, it pains me to get out of bed >.<
  14. CoffeeDrink
    September 13th, 2014 7:37 PM
    CoffeeDrink
    The Galaxy is a big place, and we could always use another to assist in burning it. I need to stress that you must ask me questions when you get lost in terminology or chronology. The Warhammer universe is a massive place, with many foes, heroes, weapons, lingo and literary differences. It can be discouraging at first, because sometimes you'll get hooked upon a sentence that makes no sense, or questioning what something looks like. Lots of resources can be found online, but I'm here to basically hold your hand through the cold, unfeeling, and uncaring galaxy until you get your bearings well enough to tear down foes on your own. We look forward to seeing what you have decided to read.
  15. CoffeeDrink
    September 13th, 2014 12:24 PM
    CoffeeDrink
    Terrifying enemies? We can set you up with a couple novel sets. For traitors that do not back down, show no mercy, and shatter hopes and dreams, Chaos Space Marine novels are your best bet:

    1. Storm of Iron by Graham McNeill is the first WH40K novel I fully read. It stands on it's own without a true sequel. Involves siege warfare the IV (Iron Warriors), and possessive Daemons.

    2. For that extra Daemon flavor, you'll want to look towards the XVII, the Word Bearers. They utilize the dark arts of summoning Daemons more often than any other traitor Legion. Dark Apostle by Anthony reynolds involves planetary subjugation, treachery, forbidden technology, and Daemons. It is the first in a trilogy (thus far) of novels, and is best read in order.

    3. Heroic deeds against Daemons? You'll need to seek out the Grey Knights, a secular order of Adeptus Astartes (Space Marines) founded to hound and destroy Daemons both near and far. Grey Knights by Ben Counter is where you'll want to start. It is the first in a trilogy. I have not read these books, but I'm certain you will enjoy Ben Counter's writing style.

    4. Up to killing xeno filth? Hate their smell? Their thoughts? Their very existence? Then Death Watch is the job for you. DeathWatch by Steve Parker is a good place to start committing genocide against the alien scum that would think nothing of it if they were in our boots.

    Up to adventure? Well then, I have a only a couple choices for you:

    1. Men of Tanith! Do you want to live forever? The Gaunt's Ghosts series is full of adventure! Going from planet to planet and doing the Emperor's will, Commissar Gaunt leads his troops into battle with tact and guile. This is an easy series to get lost in, as it currently contains 13 novels (14 come 2015). As always, in a series: read the first one, First and Only by Dan Abnett.
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    Dan Abnett is a veteran of the Black Library, and has put out more of them than any other author under the label. You may have even read some of his work unknowingly! Here's a link to his bibliography.

    2. Women as heroes? No, there can't be in a galaxy full of hulking giants, Daemons (there are actually Daemonettes as well, BTAS), violent psykers, and xenos. . . can there? Of course there can!
    Faith & Fire by James swallow follows the Sisters of Battle as they purge dangerous psykers (equavalent of magick, just more unpredictable, and infinitely more dangerous for this) from their home world. 2 Novels thus far in this series, followed by Hammer & Anvil.

    3. The Shira Calpurnia series. I've been meaning to get these myself, but haven't got around to it. Crossfire by Matthew Farrer is the first in the series.


    Notes: These books are not printed in massive quantities. They become increasingly hard to find as time goes by, and as such, if you are going to be getting a novel in a series I would suggest procuring an 'omnibus' a collection of novels in the series.

    Normally, an Omnibus would have all the novels contained within it's pages; but in the case of a large series like Gaunt's Ghosts, the Omnibus is forced (due to size constraints) to contain only three novels, and at best, four. These are a great deal, just to let you know, and some of the artwork is pretty killer.

    There are also several books containing short stories to get a flavor for an author, so you can see whether or not you'd like to read more of their work.

    I suggest going to the Barnes & Nobel personally and looking at what they have in stock. They will be in the science fiction section listed under 'W' for Warhammer. If they are not, then someone isn't doing their job. There are literally hundreds of books to choose from, so hopefully I narrowed it down a bit.

    p.s. I will always recommend the Horus Heresy series. The Horrus Heresy takes place in the 31st millennium, and is the keystone of the massive civil war that all but destroyed an empire. The HH is the back story and history of what came about and shaped the 41st millennium into the broken, bloody, and nightmarish place it is now. Read Horus Rising by Dan Abnett and go from there.

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    I'm an avid fan of Science, Technology, Literature, and Art. I believe that I can be easy to talk to, provided it is a real conversation that you seek. Horrible at small talk.

    I am somewhat obsessed with Cosmetology, in spite of being a hardened tomboy. It's artsy and aesthetically pleasing to me. It's my choice of clothing that states the contrary of my femininity.

    I am perverted, morbid, yet generally polite. I know that there is a time and place for anything, but be wary of asking questions. You may not like my answer. I may not say what you wish to hear. I am honest to a fault, else I say nothing at all.
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