_The Well_ (1951) is a sockdolager, and make no mistake! #NoirCitySeattle is coming out swinging for the chin https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Well_(1951_film)
Luke Crane (he of the Burning Wheel) is reviving his ash can venture at adapting old school Basic D&D to Musketeer-inspired adventures in Paris, and it is now becoming something quite unique, involving an almost global gazetteer of the peoples, politics and events of that most tumultuous Year of Our Lord 1648: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/burningwheel/miseries-and-misfortunes-les-fruits-malheureux
As closed social media sites never have our best interests at heart, sometimes we have to move homes on the internet, and we can fall out of touch with people as we go elsewhere.
Maybe a layer of indirection can save the day. Point people at your page on https://wheretofind.me/ and they can find you no matter what sites you're using these days. It's like a calling card for your social media presence.
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Dear kids in Washington State: you can make an appointment with your doctor, or walk into a clinic or ER, and get vaccinated. You don't need permission from your parents. You don't have to wait until you are 18. If the health care provider gets confused, the magic phrase is "Mature Minor Doctrine", and point out that not wanting to catch measles is sign of sufficient maturity.
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@cryptovexillologist just wanted to say, huge props on your display name 😸
This week, the Disturbing Interests crew crosses over to dig into the less wholesome side of bridges & tunnels: http://disturbinginterests.buzzsprout.com/226879/941316-a-psychotic-rabbit-and-the-great-bore
The elegance of the core design is a little undermined by the obscureness of the rules writing. This is our third game, and we only now feel like we really have come to grips with how the game is intended be played. In fact, a key moment in this game that lead to British defeat turned on our misunderstanding of how to apply the “Skirmish” rule.
My wargaming partner and I have been exploring Tom Russell's _Supply Lines of the American Revolution_ for the last couple weeks. It's a fascinating take on the American Revolution that manages to pack a lot of the feels of how logistics informs the campaign of 18th century armies into a very lightweight system. The green cubes are food, the tan "war supplies" and you need both for an army to operate.
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