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Collecting RPGs: My Take — No Rerolls

I collect RPG books but I would not, in the way I understand the word, call myself a ‘collector’. I say that because when I use that word, I picture someone searching for those last couple of titles to finish … Continue reading

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A Wise Decision By a Dice Company – Dice Envy Reconsiders Limited Edition Sets

ownI am glad to see a dice company, Dice Envy – https://diceenvy.com/, has decided to forgo limited edition dice sets – https://diceenvy.com/blogs/news/reconsidering-limited-editions. From the Dice Envy link above: What is new?  1. Customers now have the option to sign up … Continue reading

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Updated List of DNA Tests Offered Through Helix June 6, 2019

Updated October 2, 2019 – Helix adds and removes DNA tests frequently and without warning. Plus, they don’t make it easy to figure out where the various tests can be found. After noticing that Geno 2.0 Next and some other … Continue reading

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Animal DNA Testing Companies April 25, 2019

On July 16, 2019, I posted an updated list of Animal DNA testing companies – Animal DNA Testing Companies July 16, 2019. It has the latest information on the various Animal DNA testing companies as there were some changes since … Continue reading

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Tabletop Tuesday – When Licensed Games Go Wrong — Pop Culture Uncovered

One sure way to get a tabletop game noticed is to have it themed on an original franchise or license. Nothing attracts even the most casual gamer like seeing a favorite movie, TV show, or comic on the cover of … Continue reading

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Why I Don’t Have Cell Phone Insurance

Why I Don’t Have Cell Phone Insurance Your cell phone often comes with a limited warranty, usually a year. However, those warranties don’t include loss, theft, or accidental damage. Some companies may offer a free or discounted upgrade if you … Continue reading

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Game Review – Nuclear War by Flying Buffalo Card Game

You can learn more about the Nuclear War card game at Flying Buffalo’s Nuclear War section: http://www.flyingbuffalo.com/nucwar.htm. You can also read about it on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_War_(card_game). I call it a soda and pretzels game, some would substitute an alcoholic beverage … Continue reading

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Tello Vs. Twigby Comparison

On Facebook, I found an article comparing Twigby and Ting – which links to https://www.threethriftyguys.com/2019/01/twigby-vs-ting/?fbclid=IwAR0QreVunS05SelGe9sKEybOraKM7rBLDpzds0ygW6wmJM9XIng52Exkxn0https://tello.com/buy/custom_planshttps://www.twigby.com/page/howitworks. It briefly included some of the other MVNO‘s. Twigby was the big winner in the above article. It helped Twigby that Ting requires $6/line fee … Continue reading

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My Introduction to RolePlaying Games – The Fantasy Trip (Melee, Wizard)

Standard Disclaimer: I am not an attorney and any comments I post are not intended, nor should they be construed, as legal advice. If you need legal advice, please consult a legal expert who is familiar with the area of … Continue reading

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What Started My Love for History and Reading – Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo

Updated April 17, 2019 to include the death of Richard Cole (died April 9, 2019, age 103) and add Tags. What started my love for history in general, and military history specifically, as well as reading, was one book. Thirty … Continue reading

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