JAB writes in from the Double-wide: Dear Mr. Dr. J: re: “Safe is good (i.e. no protruding glass or rusty nails)…” Why no rusty nails? Experience is a great teacher, isn’t it? And besides, the young’uns these days are vaccinated …Continue reading →
Dr. J. was glad to see that his post from yesterday resonated with somebody. Operative KH sent us this missive via Ouija board: Good evening, Doctor, Your board game post struck a chord with me. My late father taught me …Continue reading →
…over at WSJ.com. Great piece on the history, nature, and appeal of wargaming, tabletop and computerized. Go read. Go. Confucius, Œc. Vol.Don’t ask impertinent questions like that jackass Adept Lu. gormogons.com
As I was completely entertained by the Volgi’s documentary of my recent trip back to the mid 1940s, I thought I’d provide a few other items on the iPad. First, the good: this is an interesting take on the iPad …Continue reading →
This is a bit of a diversion from the recent topics, but while I was doing a little lunchtime reading, I came across this article in Wired! Out of the 14 items mentioned, we owned about half of them and …Continue reading →
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