In lieu of the thumbs-up and awesome buttons.Like that guy who tried to cure syphilis and found drugs only made it stronger, attempts to kill off the Daily Almanac by 'moving forums' and 'electromagnetic pulses induced by nuclear weapons detonated at high altitude' will not succeed.
I've been thinking the same thing. Be really interested to see what people are churning through.Hey, I can't find any mechanism to "contact" you on this forum system, re: Pax Pamir. There is, of course, a place that says it is for contact purposes, but it also, of course, doesn't appear to work/do anything.
We should start up the "What Are You Reading" thread again, too. I mentioned in the old place that I was reading Graeber's Utopia of Rules. There is an excellent bit near the end about fantasy worlds and games, and it's all very reminiscent of Carse's Finite and Inifinite Games, if you're familiar with that one.
You're welcome!In lieu of the thumbs-up and awesome buttons.
Smashing. I've just started 13th Valley so it looks like I will have some more Vietnam reading and gaming to do. Another play of Fire in the Lake is on the cards...Anyway, my addition to the almanac: Martin Walsh's Battle of Long Tan documentary...
He got in contact with me after I shared it on Twitter a week or so ago and said a film version is being looked at, with the name DANGER CLOSE as its current title. Keen. Fifty years since it all went south in the rubber plantation.
Oh My Goodness. This is amazing! The closest I got to this stuff as a kid was finding Bert Fegg and Eric Idle's Dirty Weekend Book on my old man's bookshelf.Today's contribution! The perfect dystopia in 70s Britain, Scarfolk: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/article ... -scarfolk/
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