Last year, Laura and I joined as business partners in the Family Game Store, located in the Historic Savage Mill in Savage, MD! As board game enthusiasts, we have been shopping there for a number of years, and decided to take the plunge into the fascinating, and sometimes tumultuous, world of board-gaming small business.
It’s been, let’s say… educational. But also (and most importantly) fun! Please come by to check out some games, hang out at our weekly Saturday evening open gaming nights, or join in on specific gaming events. In addition to the calendar of events on our website, you can follow our news and happenings on the Twitter machine and the Facebookery and the Instagram. We hope to see you there soon!
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Johns Hopkins Hospital– Theme: Knowledge Is Power; highlighted text: ‘PC’s can find respite here, provided their insurance cards are up to date’, liner note response: ‘Injuries you get in my line of work aren’t usually covered anyway.’
Francis Scott Key Bridge – Other Aspect: Sweet Merciful gods This Is A Tall Bridge; liner notes: ‘Darian, you had fight scenes in mind with this, didn’t you?’
Man, I was aiming to get my Pathfinder campaign off the ground next, but, hmmm…
You appear to be consistently making an error whereby you are conflating a person’s winning an oddly-ruled popularity contest with said person being judged to be fit to do their job. Arguably, this brings your own fitness into serious question.
Dan hosted me on Roughly Speaking to decode the results of his lab testing that he recently had done by his primary care physician. That’s a bit of a brave thing on his part, although it helps that he’s in the peak of health, blood-work wise.
Listen here for my jealously over his cholesterol levels, and other goodness.
Over the last 24 hours, there have been goodbyes to 2017, hellos to 2018, and laments/celebrations/resolutions aplenty. I could dive into those as well, but really, my only thought is that it’s a brand new year, and today is a brand new day.