The other game non-screen related game I play is Magic: The Gathering. Like a lot. Like I have tens of thousands of cards and a habit a lot.
It got to the point that I had to sit down and go through Every. Single. Card I own and pull out anything remotely useful for any sort of a deck. I did this four times, scrapped every deck I had made except for two or three (I had about a dozen workable decks) and am currently in the process of rebuilding my deck collection.
This thread just got super cool. We all managed to talk about politics without it becoming heated and decided will save that for another time. So let's get back to the important topic, the fist annual TB con. Right now having it in the east wouldn't be a good idea. Too much snow . I still want to hear other places that would be nice to have one at. Wouldn't mind a trip eastward in the spring on my motorcycle.
I'm all for having it in the Northeast, as that's where I'm currently living In all seriousness though, Providence or Boston would make a perfect venue, wherever we decide to do it. Also: isn't TB HQ in Boston? Even more reason to do it up here
You know the craziest thing I'm capable of doing that shocks people the most is being serious. Search the forum and you'll find times where I wasn't doing anything silly at all. So to answer a few of your questions, Scotch, Brandy, and Sake are my favorites forms of vudka. I wish more people still believed in the old saying "I may disagree with what your saying but I'll fight for your right to say it" Politics all over the world would be so much easier if people would just learn to compromise. Most of my time since I only have a part time job one weekend a month is spent on the web with most of that time here. There are quite a few threads about other things on this forum I like. I spend a lot of time watching anime and have many good conversations with people in the thread for that. A dark time\thing I hate is the fact that I'll most likely never get to meet any of you in person but I'm still always very happy to check in and see what others are doing and feel very happy when others do the same with me. Finally, as a master practitioner of all things Insane, I have flights of fancy leaving every hour with nonstop trips to the second star on the right.
As a Vet, I have said this more times than I can count. I've also said, "Its okay baby, that person can be a douche. I fought for his right to be a douche."
Wells based all of his works off of real scientific theory at the time. That's what made his work so believable and great. Verne did that too. Have yet to read any of his work yet, but it's on my list.