Thinkgeek’s fully operational, 52” Death Star rug is just the thing for your Star Wars play room.
Game room needs.
This may not make Jose Antonio Vargas feel better, but apparently TSA agents need some basic geography lessons.
WFTV Washington correspondent Justin Gray was flying back to DC from Orlando, Fla., when a TSA agent halted him for holding a license from a state he didn’t recognize, and asked him for his passport. Gray was confused: he didn’t bring his passport, because his District of Columbia driver’s license should have been sufficient. The agent insisted that he didn’t recognize it.
“At that point, I was a little confused, but then I realized what was going on,” he later told WFTV. “I said to him, ‘Do you not know what the District of Columbia is?’ After some back and forth, it became clear he didn’t.”
Apparently this is a regular problem for New Mexico residents as well.
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This is beautiful for many reasons.
#where do you get your ideas from
"Jaws" is a truly wonderful film, but it doesn’t make a whole lot of sense.
I thoroughly enjoyed this. Happy Independence Day, my fellow Americans!
This is beautiful.
DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS 5TH EDITION BASIC RULES are out, and wizards are giving them “away” for free in a fat 110 pages pdf!
The Basic Rules document is divided into three parts.
Part 1 is about creating a character, providing the rules and guidance you need to make the character you’ll play in the game. It includes information on the various races, classes, backgrounds, equipment, and other customization options that you can choose from. Many of the rules in part 1 rely on material in parts 2 and 3.
Part 2 details the rules of how to play the game, beyond the basics described in this introduction. That part covers the kinds of die rolls you make to determine success or failure at the tasks your character attempts, and describes the three broad categories of activity in the game: exploration, interaction, and combat.
Part 3 is all about magic. It covers the nature of magic in the worlds of D&D, the rules for spellcasting, and a selection of typical spells available to magic-using characters (and monsters) in the game.
Go get it now HERE.
Oh hey! It’s here. Time to give it a read!
Currently skimming this. Still loyal to the old school, but trying to give this one a chance.
Why isn’t that pool arcade real by now?
A computer you can use in bed? Seems pretty far-fetched.
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It’s the PANTS.
Is that Eddie Haskell?