I love Star Wars the Old Republic. I'm currently playing a Bounty Hunter ... can anyone guess where I am?
Sunday, April 19, 2015
Saturday, April 18, 2015
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
You never know what you will find in a dark attic. Bwahahaaha ... Enjoy the full film and give this one a try before you buy. See if it's to your *ahem* taste.
Monday, April 13, 2015
As some of you may know, Scarlett Johansson is rumored to be the lead female in the remake of Creature From the Black Lagoon. She seems like a good choice for the Creature's amorous attention. I hope that they include the swimming scene --- any excuse to get Johansson in a bikini.
I don't want to tell a "Chairman" her job, but when I go to a comedy I expect funny,when I go to a horror movie I expect to be scared, and when I go to an action movie I expect to see shit blow up. You can add a little of those elements to a horror movie but not replace horror with those elements.
Oh well, this wouldn't be the first time Hollywood has ruined a childhood favorite.
Sunday, April 12, 2015
I looked everywhere for a solution but finally came up with this frame hack. It holds 10 comics inside and stands by itself or hangs on the wall. You can open the front and take out the comics with the bookmark ribbons. It keeps my comics clean and dust-free and proudly displays the book of my choice on the top of the stack: a BRPD #1 comic singed by the entire Dark Horse team, creator Mike Mignola, colorist Dave Stewart, artist Guy Davis, and editor Scott Allie! Best of all it's super easy to do: cut two wood spacers, paint them to match and glue them in place with the ribbons underneath. Bazinga! read more at: http://boingboing.net/2015/04/10/make-this-display-frame-that-h.html
Every Sunday my family gather for breakfast and our weekly gab-fest. In my case, my nephew Willy and I talk games. In the spirit of our weekly chats, I've decided to talk about a game that I find very interesting called tafl or hnefatafl.
Hnefatafl is a an ancient Viking era game that was popular in Northern Europe. It is a chess-like game where the pieces move somewhat like the rooks of chess. The object is one player to surround the King on four sides or the other player to move his King to the border's corner. Check out the
"Let's Play" video ...
If you would like to try your hand at making a board, Instructables has an excellent build to look at (link). I'm really in the mood to try this game with some mead. My ancestors would be so proud ... *smile*