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  1. Clicked on this topic thinking it would be about the 89 Fleer Billy Ripken card.
  2. Prefer Miller High Life for tailgating and the house beer instead of craft lagers.
  3. San Juan plays well with up to 4 players, which is nice. Other 2 players games I'd recommend include Jaipur and Onitama.
  4. It's a fantastic game IMO. I'm kind of shocked at how well balanced it is. My wife probably falls into the semi-gamer category, enjoying games like Splendor, Azul, Ticket to Ride, Carcassone, and Catan. I think she found it to be a bit complex at first, but after watching a setup/instructional video and walking her through the first game, she's on board to add this to our normal 2 player rotation.
  5. A lot of good stuff already noted. I'll fill in some gaps. Dr Who. It's been running since 1963... that's a long time and this series has influenced a lot of stuff. Twin Peaks. This show changed everything about TV circa 1990. Band of Brothers. Best series on war. Nothing more to say. Avatar the Last Airbender. If you don't know what this is, you're missing out. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. This show has been consistently funny for a long time Honorable mention (with a heavy basis to recent stuff and stuff I like): Arrested Development Big Mouth Letterkenny Battlestar Galactica Batman the Animated Series Buffy the Vampire Slayer The Venture Brothers The Twlight Zone The X-Files Star Trek, all variations
  6. Yeah I found an "Teaching RP" campaign that is planning 10 sessions to run the Lost Mines of Phandelver module. It is a pay to play ($12) for each 4 hour session, but so far it's been a quality experience.
  7. Congratulations on putting this together, hagmania. I've subscribed and am enjoying it so far. Its inspired me to start playing D&D on Roll20...first time "picking up" the die since the AD&D 2ed days for me.
  8. Christine "Moose" McGlade - You Can't Do That On Television
  9. My group played 7 Wonders today for the first time. It might be my new favorite game.
  10. My daily driver is a 95 Honda Accord. I've had it since 97. Before August of this year, 4 of my kids used it as their daily driver for 5 years, so it's been beat on. Unbelievably reliable car. My wife drives a 06 Toyota Sienna, which was bought 6 months old. It's also been bullet proof. The kids now drive a mixture of 10 year old Camrys and Corollas. No problems with these either. Only Hondas and Toyotas for me.
  11. Kingdom on Netflix is fantastic. Part political intrigue, part zombie horror set in medieval Korea.
  12. Only Lovers Left Alive - I think it's a nice, somber character study of vampires in the modern age. I think the use of music is outstanding throughout the film. What We Do In the Shadows - Another look at the lives of vampires in modern times, but from a comedy perspective. Just about anything done by Hayao Miyazaki. For animated movies that are age appropriate for kids, my opinion is that his movies are so much better than anything Disney, Pixar, or DreamWorks puts out. Special shout out to my personal favorite, Porco Rosso. I think Drive, Zombieland, and The Thing have already been mentioned.