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Great (Big) War at Sea - A Board Gaming Life Series Review

 by Paul Comben

There is an issue with naval board wargames that really does not apply to many other areas of the hobby. You can have some big beast of a Gettysburg game, or of Waterloo, or of Borodino; you can advance through the steppes of 1941 Russia with dozens of divisions; return to Cannae or Gaugamela with arms stretching to reach the extremities of your paper battlefield, but you might still have less administrative hassle, drag on gameplay, and threat of that precious weekend coming to a close far too quickly, than if you embark on grey seas to fight battles with the floating custodians of great matter and moment. 4,396 more words

World War 1

A Cry to Action

Today is 9/11.  Like many Americans I remember where I was when the towers fell.  I was at school teaching history.  A friend rushed in and turned on the TV.  501 more words

Research

The "Listen Later" Collection: Vol. 3

It’s been more than a couple of weeks so I’ve got some good stuff to share 145 more words

Music

The Maine Announce The Last Shows of 2014

Winding down the whirlwind that has been Arizona-based The Maine’s latest album cycle for their fourth full length Forever Halloween, the band has announced their final shows of 2014. 330 more words

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A YouTube Video & Four Cups of Coffee

I feel like I always write about the same things, but I guess when I think about it, when you experience such pain and you withhold all this pent up emotion, there is no other escape. 1,343 more words

Journal

234th. I'm Sorry.

I’m sorry,
I’m not what you wanted,
I’m sorry, I’m sorry I let you down
and I could use some poor excuse,
But the hardest thing to say.. 17 more words

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Video: The Maine acoustic

Listen to John and Jared from The Maine perform an acoustic version of “Sad Songs” brought to you by Glamour Kills. Check it out below.

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