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'Tis The Season

It’s getting to be that time of the year and since I don’t think the grandkid reads this thing, I figured I’d share one of the presents she’ll be getting.  304 more words


Melo to OKC

Ok… I didn’t see that coming, at all! In a drastic turn of events, Carmelo Anthony has been traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder in exchange for Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott, and a 2018 second-round pick via the Chicago Bulls. 496 more words


The Four Corner Debate: Week 3

Have you ever been sitting around the room discussing fantasy football when you and your buddies mention a player that you have differing opinions on? It happens all the time. 2,096 more words

Chris Foster

The Magic of Principles

Without principles, life is a never-ending series of increasingly complex and exhausting decisions. If we do not recognize the categorical patterns common to our failures and successes, we necessarily lack the raw materials needed to construct a calibrated and effective strategy for future action. 196 more words


PODCAST: Is Fantasy Football Just A Turn-Based Strategy Game?

(Source: www.forbes.com)

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Would the tens of millions of people playing fantasy sports also enjoy Fire Emblem?

In the first episode of Overworld podcast, Satchell Drakes and I compare fantasy football and RuPaul’s Drag Race fantasy leagues – with turn-based strategy games and talk to Mohawk Games’ Soren Johnson about getting into the complex game genre. 25 more words

Money Matters

Two Strategic Visions – Disastrous Compromise

Field Marshals Erwin Rommel and Gerd von Rundstedt disagreed on the use of German panzers during the D-Day invasion, but neither position prevailed.

It comes as no surprise that the German high command was equally divided on the strategy for meeting and defeating an Allied invasion. 2,517 more words