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Matt Holck 34m
62 martyred, dozens injured in US-led coalition airstrikes on Deir Ezzor countryside 10/19/2018
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Matt Holck 13h
Random Name Rolling if y is counted as a vowel | the english alphabet has 20 consonants and 6 vowels give a 1 in 4 chance a name starts with a vowel with a 1 in 4 chance a vowel follows a vowel and a consonent follows and consonent roll to desired length
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Matt Holck 13h
player characters could be made into commander and I got enough action cards to support it
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Matt Holck 13h
Replying to @ChrisPerkinsDnD
"Zack" is only four letters long and could replace the word "creature"
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Matt Holck 18h
we could stop airstrikes today
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Matt Holck 18h
a wet drought
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Matt Holck 18h
Replying to @johnvoelcker
Grateful Dead - Eyes of the World (Studio Version) participational perception
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Matt Holck 18h
Replying to @JohnCleese
we can stop airstrikes today
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Matt Holck 19h
Replying to @JohnCleese
I ain't vote for a prowar two party canidate
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Matt Holck 19h
Replying to @JohnCleese
I ain't vote for a prowar two party canidate
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Matt Holck 19h
Replying to @LeeCamp
the inter net is weird and scary and the government doesn't understand why the population is more informed and less likely to believe its propaganda
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Matt Holck 19h
Replying to @LeeCamp
the inter net is weird and scary and the government doesn't understand why the population is more informed and less likely to believe its propaganda
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Emily Steiner 20h
Look at this amazing illustration of thunder! 🌩️ Pal. lat. 291 (c.1425)
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