Name three or more supplements (or core books, for that matter) for existing game systems that you�d like to see. Why? What inspires your interest in these supplement? What existing supplements or materials are you using instead?
I was talking with Jim about myself. And he explained some stuff that makes sense and has, well, stunned me by self-realization.
I won’t quote him directly, but I will share the money quote of my summary of what he said, that I said back to him:
Well, on this turkey day, I’ve learned that I have something in common with George W. Bush, President of the United States
We both mispronounce Nevada, at least according to the way the natives pronounce it.
I read on one of the news sites that in a visit Tuesday to Las Vegas, Bush repeatedly mispronounced the name of the state. Smugly, I continued to read on, until I discovered the horror.
Bush mispronounces the state’s name as “Nev-ahh-da”.
I had thought that WAS the way you pronounced the State’s name. I did a little research, and it seems that the official pronounciation among residents of the state is “Nev-aa-da”
Now, if I do visit the state, I’ll know better.
Readers back on the old incarnation of my blog will remember the fact that ESPN.com dropped Gregg Easterbrook’s “Tuesday Morning Quarterback” Column after he said some really stupid things having nothing to do with that column or football at all, about the hierarchy of Disney.
Well, the ball has bounced again, and TMQ has returned–this time it is on NFL.com
I only found this by purest luck looking at the NFL.com homepage.
Yes, Gregg is an ass in his other columns, but he understands football. Huzzah!
This post by Calpundit on Bill Clinton’s “Favorite” books seems awfully titled toward nonfiction, and it seems a wee bit calculated.
Much of the talk in my circle of friends on the Blogs and LJ’s usually revolve around Fictional works.
I’m going to mention some favorite Non fiction books that I think you might enjoy.
What�s the biggest PC-driven shift you�ve ever experienced in a campaign? If you were a player, what made you feel like you could successfully change the GM�s world? If you were a GM, was this planned or something the PCs surprised you with?
It snowed here last weekend, as you have no doubt seen on the news, be it internet, newspaper or the nightly news.
Where I am, we only got 7 inches, although it was howling and blowing at a good clip on Sunday. Is it any wonder I stayed home in the apartment?
Today? Cold and Clear. Blue skies, the sun is shining
…and its in the mid 20’s.
Inspiration comes where you find it, and talking with Deb about (no surprise) GA has given me an idea for an Amber scenario…more of a “social” game than anything I’ve generally run