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I hope everyone stays safe, has a nice holiday, and enjoy gaming when possible!


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Merry Christmas.........

My last batch of cinnamon rolls are 5 minutes away from done --Then wait for the glaze -- Go to my wife's family (about 35 or more people) socialize - early dinner .. kids presents then Yankee swap. My Father in law loves playing cards -- so we end the last few hours of the night playing a card game called King Pead.

Happy Holidays to all ...........

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Belated Seasons greetings to you all.

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RichtervonManthofen wrote:
Belated Seasons greetings to you all.

May the Force be with you ;)


I enjoyed the latest episode! Went with a couple of the boys. The nostalgia was there - the newness of the originals made them exciting. Now with all the tech involved with all the movies???? Not the same - but still enjoyed!

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pfclt wrote:
RichtervonManthofen wrote:
Belated Seasons greetings to you all.

May the Force be with you ;)


I enjoyed the latest episode! Went with a couple of the boys. The nostalgia was there - the newness of the originals made them exciting. Now with all the tech involved with all the movies???? Not the same - but still enjoyed!

I remember being in Junior high school when the first Stat Wars came out. I special effects were soooo amazing, everybody was talking about it like it was so ground breaking. I watched it again a couple of years ago and the effects were like Meh! As Curt would say, another stage of old.

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FieldMarshall Ober wrote:
pfclt wrote:
RichtervonManthofen wrote:
Belated Seasons greetings to you all.

May the Force be with you ;)


I enjoyed the latest episode! Went with a couple of the boys. The nostalgia was there - the newness of the originals made them exciting. Now with all the tech involved with all the movies???? Not the same - but still enjoyed!

I remember being in Junior high school when the first Stat Wars came out. I special effects were soooo amazing, everybody was talking about it like it was so ground breaking. I watched it again a couple of years ago and the effects were like Meh! As Curt would say, another stage of old.


Gee, thanks Ober, I think :D
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