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And now you have made me think about getting gummy brains!
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I love the show and the outtakes. The Cthulhu was so cute.. My eyes kept going to the picture behind Cthulhu though!
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Once again another great show which means I will be going out and buying 1 if not 2 of the games in the show. I already have Zombie Dice and just found out there is an expansion to the game. I really like Steve Jackson Games.
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I wonder if these would work since the ones Wil had were custom made. http://www.amazon.com/Brain-Shaped-Pencil-Top-Erasers/dp/B004EV59HA/ref=pd_sim_t_4 They are brain shaped erasers.
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I have 4 cats in different colors so nothing leaves the house w/o cat hair. What game is Resistance?
Toggle Commented Feb 18, 2012 on in which a suitcase is packed at WWdN: In Exile
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Ok, I was a day late and a dollar short on the link to somehedgehog's post on LJ. Just means I need to read the comments before adding my 2 cents worth.
Toggle Commented Oct 20, 2008 on more fun with twitter at WWdN: In Exile
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Ok, I was a day late and a dollar short on the link to somehedgehog's post on LJ. Just means I need to read the comments before adding my 2 cents worth.
Toggle Commented Oct 20, 2008 on more fun with twitter at WWdN: In Exile
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The link below is a post on LJ that made me think of your twittering about gaming and the coming elections. http://somehedgehog.livejournal.com/245807.html?page=1#comments
Toggle Commented Oct 20, 2008 on more fun with twitter at WWdN: In Exile
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The link below is a post on LJ that made me think of your twittering about gaming and the coming elections. http://somehedgehog.livejournal.com/245807.html?page=1#comments
Toggle Commented Oct 20, 2008 on more fun with twitter at WWdN: In Exile
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That is great. I am one who reads your blog via LJ feed and I totally enjoy it. I have even been moved to come and comment a time or 3.
Toggle Commented May 18, 2007 on livejournal ftw. at WWdN: In Exile
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That is great. I am one who reads your blog via LJ feed and I totally enjoy it. I have even been moved to come and comment a time or 3.
Toggle Commented May 18, 2007 on livejournal ftw. at WWdN: In Exile
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I love bang and it can be played with 4 people. There is even a shoot out version for 2 people. The first time I played I was an outlaw and sitting right next to the sheriff. The sheriff went first and I went second. I had a revolver and a fist full of cards. I shot the sheriff and he was able to heal himself. I shot again and he was out of beer. I then went 'bang' 'bang' 'bang' got more cards 'bang' bang' and the sheriff was dead. Guess I figured out how to play the game really quickly. Hope you have lots of fun. I need to check out the other games you mentioned.
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I love bang and it can be played with 4 people. There is even a shoot out version for 2 people. The first time I played I was an outlaw and sitting right next to the sheriff. The sheriff went first and I went second. I had a revolver and a fist full of cards. I shot the sheriff and he was able to heal himself. I shot again and he was out of beer. I then went 'bang' 'bang' 'bang' got more cards 'bang' bang' and the sheriff was dead. Guess I figured out how to play the game really quickly. Hope you have lots of fun. I need to check out the other games you mentioned.
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I have few memories of my childhood. This post brought back one. My parents use to play cribbage all the time and would tell me it was a 'grown up' game and I had to wait to learn how to play. At about age 11 or 12 they finally taught me and I would play against my mom and my dad. It was to me almost a right of passage to adulthood. I felt so grown up when they agreed it was time for me to learn and play cribbage. Thanks for the stroll down memory lane!
Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2007 on peg eight for the bonding at WWdN: In Exile
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I have few memories of my childhood. This post brought back one. My parents use to play cribbage all the time and would tell me it was a 'grown up' game and I had to wait to learn how to play. At about age 11 or 12 they finally taught me and I would play against my mom and my dad. It was to me almost a right of passage to adulthood. I felt so grown up when they agreed it was time for me to learn and play cribbage. Thanks for the stroll down memory lane!
Toggle Commented Jan 5, 2007 on peg eight for the bonding at WWdN: In Exile
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This took courage and I commend you on setting things straight. Thank you for standing up for what you believe in and admitting when you make a mistake. More people should do this. For the record I read the original posting as your reaction to seeing more a side you may not like from a man you admire. It caused you to overreact some. Once again Thank you. I love reading what bits of your life you choose to share. Demariana/Denise
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This took courage and I commend you on setting things straight. Thank you for standing up for what you believe in and admitting when you make a mistake. More people should do this. For the record I read the original posting as your reaction to seeing more a side you may not like from a man you admire. It caused you to overreact some. Once again Thank you. I love reading what bits of your life you choose to share. Demariana/Denise
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