The Crossroads of the Aether
A place for both the outcasts and the recently homeless of the Empire.
Don't expect a particularly warm welcome, but we won't kick you out.
Location: Rising from the ashes
Latest Activity: Aug 17, 2014
Started by Madame Gris. Last reply by Gordon Harris Mar 26, 2012. 49 Replies 3 Likes
A place to discuss literary works. There is only one rule: No Spoilers Please!
Started by Madelaine Phillips-Carter. Last reply by Sgt. Ian MacBruiche Dec 19, 2011. 122 Replies 11 Likes
Welcome all to the new pub! Apologies for the haphazard decor, I'm just settling in. Don't mind the rather rough looking gentleman at the bar, I haven't the foggiest where they came from, but they…Continue
If anyone remembers me here, I'm still alive and it wasn't my fault OK.
If you don't, I'm still alive and the rest is complicated.
My shaving event is tomorrow, 3/16/14 and as of this writing my team, Team Sage, has raised an astounding $3,880. of our $5000 goal. This is almost $1,500 more than the same time period last year, and puts us in a close third place on the Top Teams list.
Sincerest thanks to all those who have donated already, and for those of you who are still planning to donate, here is a little incentive.
This is Abby:
It's St Baldrick’s FundraiserTime again!
As some of you know, I participate in one of the many St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraising events held in my hometown every year; this year the event will be on Sunday, March 17th, and will be my fifth year participating.
For those who don’t know about St Baldrick’s, it's a nationwide charity that holds events where volunteers have their heads shaved to raise money for Children’s Cancer Research. The purpose is to both take donations and to show solidarity with young kids who have lost their hair due to cancer treatments.
As always, once I have raised $1000, I will bleach my hair and dye it green, and I also run a contest at work where teams compete to raise the most money, and the winning team gets to chose what color I spray color my beard on the day of the event.
Last year Orange won:
[NOTE: that picture is not in florescent light, it was taken in front of my computer monitor in the dark.]
Childhood Cancer Facts:
At the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, we do one thing, and we do it well: We fund childhood cancer research.
So, Please donate on my Participant Webpagehttp://www.stbaldricks.org/participants/mypage/576371/2013 and encourage your friends and family to both give and to pass this on as well, so that we can help to conquer cancer in children.
To work, I mean... off to work.
Welcome back Lady. Hope you are well also. My ability to visit here from work is cut off, so sadly the Annex is in decline. Feel free to post as you will, and invite your friends in as well. I will visit as time permits.
Speaking of time and work, I'm off now.
You are most welcome Laynee...
By the way, I should point out to all members, new and established, that I am unable to access the Empire from work... something to do with the content filters that were installed with new computer upgrades a while back... so answer times will be very slow on my part.
Please, try not to spray graffiti all over the walls in my absence.
Oh geez, thank you for the welcome, EZ, I missed that at first.
Good look, Mr. EZ!
Congratulations on your fundraising!
and, uh, watch out for those zombies!
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