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Great list of video games. I am going to gift Star Wars Battlefront to my brother on his birthday this year and going to get one of these games for myself. Definitely a good year for the video game lovers.
Karma (I think it's by the company that makes SET) is a great little game that we play as a family a lot. I'll be giving this game to my sister's kids for the holidays. It's a great mischievous strategy game that even keeps my teens laughing (and putting their phones down for once). I think I got mine at Barnes and Noble.
Cat Lady Box!! Best. Idea. Ever.
So many perfect gift for so many people I know - relatives or not!
The pie in your face game is available for $15 on walmart.com. I ordered one last night.
How do I order the game pie in your face?
Anybody looking for a bus to convert to Doomsday vehicle please contact Darrin at 308-234-8111 (Coach Masters) Would be more than happy to sell good buses for cheap prices.
Thanks for featuring skates from Krunch Skate Shop!
I bought my husband a golf ball muscle roller, he's been wanting one for awhile and i finally found one for a good price!! http://zzathletics.com/Golf-Ball-Muscle-Roller-Massager-GBMR1.htm
As a followup, I recalled today that the Godzilla story was a reaction to the radiation poisoning that continued for years after the atomic bombings. So, in light of the the ongoing Fukushima reactor catastrophe, this game and its description are like another stick poked in the eye for the Japanese.
I don't know if the description for the "King of Tokyo" board game is real, or black humor. If real, it's a sad statement on American decency. I suspect the author of the blurb is unaware of the horrific events of WW2. Given that, in March, 1945, we fire-bombed Tokyo with napalm and 250,000 civilians burned to death, I don't think playing a board game where you and your family can gleefully "destroy" Tokyo could be thought of as wholesome entertainment. It's as if the Japanese made a board game about Pearl Harbor, or the NRA made a Newtown board game.
I'd add the Biolite stove. Cook your food and charge your electronic devices with twigs & pine cones. Amazing!
Noise canceling headphones. The best way to drown out the high pitched whining and squealing of progressives.
does local knits have a website?
In the photo Mike Shannon is the Civic Theater CEO!!!
Awesome!! Way to go Ryan!!
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