Roll for initiative. I have a quest to find a tabletop game compatible with my family values.
So I’ve been struggling with this idea in my head that I’ve had for a long time. I’ve wanted to have a family role-playing game that I can share with my children. For most others, this question is simple to solve, grab your nearest D&D manual and some dice from the comic store, sit down and make some elves and gnomes and orcs as PCs, then grab a campaign book and you’re good to go. However, therein lies a problem for me. A big problem.
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Misery doesn’t love company because things aren’t always what they seem. Deus ex dragon.
Side note: this particular review structure is borrowed from The Cereal Show, a podcast made by some friends of mine you should definitely check out.
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“Misery doesn’t love company because things aren’t always what they seem. Deus ex dragon.”(my tagline)
Jehovah’s Witnesses unite globally to stream the 2020 Convention “Always Rejoice!”
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jehovah’s Witnesses globally have moved their large annual conventions online. Across the globe, in hundreds of languages simultaneously, Jehovah’s Witnesses will be attending the program virtually.
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Limiting human interaction is bad for your mental health, wearing masks a good for your physical health.
Sometimes you do things that are really dumb and then you redeem yourself with something incredibly smart.
Last month Walmart announced it was going to remove all cashiers from its Fayetteville store #359 as a test. Now this month they are going to require all patrons to wear facemasks before entering the store.
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A whisper is better than a shout.
Picture the man. He is in his comfy chair in the living room, it’s Friday after work. There’s a pestilence on outside. Chores need catching up on. That child of yours though is aimlessly footling about the house. You know, being a kid. However, the time has come for their next chore. The man in his comfy chair raises his voice enough to be heard in the next room, “Billy! Take the trash out.”
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