Also, you cant dog on Cunningham too much, he did have almost 100 civilians he had to look out for. It’s one thing to order the United States Marine Corp to go out in a blaze of glory, but they had responsibilities beyond their honor. Not that is saved the civilians in the long run 😕
I say this to my American compadres, although to my international compadres, Happy Thanksgiving if you want to join us. Always enough turkey for everyone. :mrgreen: I’m thankful it actually feels cold enough to be Thanksiving in Texas. First year I was here, it was 80 on the holiday…
I completely agree, love the cool Texas weather this Holiday.
For me, I often get lost with the sheer mass of cards that are in all the sets of dominion, so I don’t mind just playing with the base. There are enough variations to keep it interesting. I know the feeling though, especially if they make the environment user-friendly or graphically applaudable.
About a decade ago, I purchased a bargain bin CD ROM for Sid Meier’s Windows Civilization and Colonization (DOS)
$10 from one of those office stores then .
I replayed both a gazillion times on 2 sequential PC’s.
It was hard enough to get a group together as a single…
Even harder now that I am married.
Most of the get together folks I hung out with now have kids, and even less time for such a game gatherings anymore.
After work, I can play a solo game on my PC for a while, save it , and then get back to my chores.
Not sure why you would limit yourself to just board games that would need other folks to match your schedule.
Thanks Wittman, I’ll definitely try and spearhead that endeavor. If anyone does have suggestions for readings they have done, I would be grateful if you could tell me about them here.
When I went to Fort McHenry, I was told by the ranger there, “‘The Dawn’s Early Light’ is the definitive volume on the campaign, specifically leading up to the Battle of Baltimore.” Great text, reads like Cornelius Ryan’s classic, “A Bridge Too Far.”
Anybody else play this sport? I haven’t stopped playing since I was 11, or when I did, I regretted it! The game is a major addiction and workout. I workout during the week, and on Sunday afternoons, 4 hours of play forms most of my cardio.
Any other mac users had to deal with this atrocious OS? I’ve never had my internet connection go from 15 mgb/sec to 60 kb/sec faster. That and a hardware crash, gah apple. That’s why I’m not buying you once I sell this thing.
On Life is a Brees, I’d recommend trading a WR or two for a solid RB. I’d also “float” your D/ST as the Jags aren’t very good and there’s usually a D/ST in free agency that has a good matchup. Just rotate them in and out as needed.
Loose Goose looks pretty solid to me. Unless you get a great offer, I’d keep it as is.
Hurt Locker is hard for me to say. It looks like a deeper league (maybe 12 people?), but your opponent looks like he had a slightly better draft. Without knowing options, I’m not sure what to tell you.
I won, although I had a little doubt going into Monday’s night game. Julio Jones didn’t do much, but it wasn’t necessary anyway. Victor Cruz and Reggie Bush really saved my ass. I’m tied for first in a 3-way tie at 2-0. I face one of the other undefeated this week.
On Hurt Locker, yes… It’s a deep league (16 player). They all started drafting QB’s early (Joe Flacco went start of the second round) cause they didn’t like the scoring system. I kept drafting normal, and next thing I knew I had this lopsided team. Should have changed middraft.