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FEAR

The quote of the day in the August 18 edition of the New York Times came courtesy of Stephen K. Bannon, Donald Trump’s new Campaign Chief, who said, “Fear is a good thing. 492 more words

disabled presidents

When the names Franklin D. Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy are mentioned, most people don’t think about disability. Considering most people refer to Stephen Hawking as “that dude in the chair that talks like a computer,” I would guess the main reason why we don’t think of FDR and JFK as disabled is because they did what they could to hide it from public eye. 81 more words

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Review of "Eleanor and Franklin" by Joseph Lash

Eleanor and Franklin” by Joseph P. Lash was published in 1971 and earned the Pulitzer Prize for Biography. Lash was a radical political activist but grew disillusioned with communism and later became a journalist and author. 519 more words

Presidents

Search and Survive Introduction Video

This introduction video for Search and Survive shows off the artwork and introduces the game play mechanics, setup, and combat system. This cooperative, deck building game will be launching on Kickstarter in the Fall of 2016. 17 more words

Flaming Dice Reviews

Who involved the U.S. in WWII when 83% of Americans were against it?

Besides the Pearl Harbour False Flag, How did They Manipulate America into WWII? – A war 83% of Americans (according to the June 3rd, 1941, Gallup Poll results) were against and asserted they wished to remain uninvolved? 1,280 more words

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Game Night Report #29

With the impending launch of Search and Survive and last minute preparations for the game, I haven’t had much time for personal gaming. That doesn’t mean that I haven’t snuck in a game or two here and there. 728 more words

Flaming Dice Reviews

August 18, 1938

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt attends the dedication of the Thousand Islands Bridge which connects Northern New York and southeastern Ontario. President Roosevelt and Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King open the bridge to a crowd of over 25,000 people. 102 more words