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Moving On
Even at my best I don’t like change very much. Be that as it may, I’ve got a big one around the corner. I’m preparing to move from Kansas City to Dallas, my first out-of-state move in eight years. A lot can happen in eight years. In that time I’ve met my wife and had two kids. I’ve transitioned from a graduate student to an office worker and dad, and now back to a grad student again. And not least of all, I discovered board gaming and got lucky to make an extensive group of friends who enjoy it...
Barnestorming- ERP #2: Modern Art, The Swarm, Blood Bowl IOS, Baron Munchausen, Kylesa
All My Lovin' - Love Letter Review
I’m not sure I actually like Love Letter, but I also don’t know if I’d ever turn down a game of it. What would be the point of refusing to play? It’s such a trifle that I find it hard to believe that anyone would hate it enough to want nothing to do with it. In fact the most impressive thing about Love Letter is probably that it makes a case for itself at all, over easier activities like having a sip of coffee or sitting quietly. It’s just good enough to justify its existence and it makes...
X-Wing Huge Ships Review
We’re used to seeing massively overblown adjectives in game marketing, so much that we probably tune them out automatically. But when Fantasy Flight decided to describe the new big ships for X-Wing as “Huge Ships”, and the play formats that include them “Epic” and “Cinematic”, they weren’t kidding. These things are colossal. Indeed the Tantive is so enormous that I actually felt embarassed getting it out and putting it on the table, as though I were some rich kid with a box of ridiculously overpriced toys flaunting it in front of his friends. ...
Murder by Decree - Tow Jockey Five Second Review
Aside from those in Shakespeare's plays, few fictional characters have been envisaged with so many styles, settings and interpretations as has Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. From an eccentric isolated from humanity by his intellect to full blown action hero to everything in-between. The one thing, though, that always seems to carry through is is his almost super human ability to think, to pick out details, and to draw accurate conclusions there from. I should say "almost always" because in the 1979 movie Murder by Decree, Holmes as portrayed by Christopher Plummer is the most...
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