Got myself the Big Boy ASL now that I am 40 years old.
My father passed away some years ago, and I think of him often. He loved history and boating. He was a man of many hobbies, crafts and loves. I now know that it was because in had an insatiable desire to learn. He liked having a full understanding of everything he tried. As I have […]
nolantheguthrie: Played Victory in Europe on 2015-05-09 (www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/157521) I think we are doing it right. My first attempt playing Victory in Europe. The newest Columbia games block game covering the European theater of WWII. A friend of mine has a printed map (150% the original size.) It was a joy to play!
(via “Genesis” Game Map – Late Bronze Age – Middle East « C3i Ops Center) Looking forward to this game so much!
Poland has fallen.
I am not into comic books. I feel as though I have missed the boat. There is a rich history and canon; interlacing of timelines and alternate histories, it seems impossible to “get it.” I think I would have loved to been immersed into the culture and mythos, and to have grown up with it. […]
consimworld: Seriously!?! One of the coolest gaming rooms I’ve ever seen on display, and befitting of one who is Assistant Professor at U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. Eric Monroe Walters — we salute you! Uh, yes.
Setting up for my first game of Commands and Colors: Napoleonics.