I'm not a real good HTML coder, so if you are going to make suggestions or comments please include some sample code or something for me to learn from.
p.s. Lady J, how does this webring thingy work?
Now I haven't put the Toxic Shaman rules or the stuff about the Spear of Destiny up there yet. My players haven't gotten that far yet ;-) . They can both be accessed by going through the "Magic" section of Paolo's Archive. (Someday the list needs to get together and buy that man a beer.)
Anyway my question is;
I'm looking for quotes, or phrases relating to the seasons of the year;
for example "The winter of our discontent" or "The long hot summer"
I still need quotes for spring and autumn. I have searched through some web based quote search engines, but I didn't find anything really cool.
> Anyway my question is; > I'm looking for quotes, or phrases relating to the seasons of the year; > for example "The winter of our discontent" > or "The long hot summer"
> I still need quotes for spring and autumn.
Hmmm....The Spring of our lives. The Autumn years of life. Those kinda suck..Spring Back Fall forward..Or is it Spring forward and Fall back..I can never remember..I can think of quotes that use Spring and Autumn but not that refer directly or indirectly to the seasons...Sorry I'm not much help this time around.. --------------------------------GRANITE "Rock Steady" =============================================== Lord, Grant Me The Serenity To Accept The Things I Cannot Change, The Courage To Change The Things I Can, And The Wisdom To Hide The Bodies Of Those People I Had To Kill Because They Pissed Me Off. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ShadowRunner's Serenity Prayer
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