It doesn’t matter if we’re talking wargaming, roleplaying games, board games, or miniatures – gaming is experiencing a boom. Not like when the industry first emerged, but certainly more than in the previous decade. 828 more words
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I remember when the bodies were first found on Long Island, the numerous bodies of young women buried in the sand. There was a serial killer or killers on the prowl and his/their dumping grounds had been discovered. 567 more words
When I was in high school a classmate, Scott English, got me to read a Doc Savage paperback and I became hooked. The books, reprinted in the 1970’s-80’s were reprints of the pulp magazine stories from the 1930’s – yet oddly they seemed to be entertaining to me. 844 more words
My Dear Future Readers:
Today, I will talk about something that I personally don’t have enough of which is called Patience.
To tell you the truth, I never really had been truly patient in my life for anything for as long as I can remember. 315 more words
I was thrilled to receive an email from Heather Johnson, whose website Madame Guerin explores in detail the life and work of this remarkable Frenchwoman who, along with the American Moina Michael, ensured that the remembrance poppy has become one of the most powerful symbols of our time. 51 more words