OH VAMPIRE LAKE
TEACH ME EVERYTHING I NEED TO KNOW
I seem to recall in Vampire: The Masquerade there is a breed of vampires that lives underwater and their flesh is all gross and falling apart because of water damage and they drink fish blood or something.
I thought vampires were repulsed by water or couldn’t cross water? It was something like that. But… eh, there are so many different myths for vampires anyway and I’m so down for scubapires.
Depends on the vampire. It was originally that they can’t cross running water. Not sure if the ocean counts as ‘running’.
As a Texas state senator, Dan Patrick has conducted himself in a manner consistent with the shock jock he once was. Patrick—who is now the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor—has railed against everything from separation of church and state to Mexican coyotes who supposedly speak Urdu. He’s even advised his followers that God is speaking to them through Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson.
A former sportscaster who once defended a football player who’d thrown a reporter through a door (Patrick believed it wasn’t the journalist’s job to do “negative reporting”), Patrick became a conservative talk radio host in the early 1990s—Houston’s answer to Rush Limbaugh. In 2006, he parlayed his radio fame into a state Senate seat—and kept the talk show going. In office, he proposed paying women $500 to turn over newborn babies to the state (to reduce abortions), led the charge against creeping liberalism in state textbooks, and pushed wave after wave of new abortion restrictions. For his efforts, Texas Monthly named Patrick one of the worst legislators of 2013.
With a victory on November 4, Patrick, who is leading Democratic state Sen. Leticia Van de Putte in the polls, would find himself next in line for the governor’s mansion of the nation’s second-largest state. (Rick Perry, the current Republican governor, was previously lieutenant governor.) But even if Patrick advances no further, he’d be in a position to shape public policy—Texas’ lieutenant governor is sometimes called the “most powerful office in Texas” because of the influence it has on both the legislative and executive branches.
U SUCK... I hope you're okay... it's not because I like you or anything... >///> *pouts*
Such Tsun, much Dere. Wow.
Are there any MLP pairings that do draw your interest?
No, because I have real people problems to deal with.