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A Teddy Bear's Diary Entry 53

Our rope a dope seems to have worked...

Where We Go From Here Part V

Many a new adventurer sees their excitement turn to horror on their first outing. Screw the towers, the woods alone should have killed us all...

Tracy's HackMoor Campaign 2015/03/31

This time we had a two dozen tax free Taco Bell tacos (12 regular and 12 Doritos Locos Tacos). Brought them in myself.

Games are on Tuesdays sometime after 5PM at World's Best Comics, 9714 Warwick Blvd Newport News, Virginia 23601.

(Although this time I didn't get there until 6:30PM but it would have been the same time wasted waiting for the pizza.)

This missive is also posted on two forums:

A Teddy Bear's Diary Entry 52

Those abominable dinkie cars and their "Blazin' Wheel" leaders. I knew they'd be trouble but the jacknife in the back hurt us...

[AD&D1e] Leif the Elf MU4/Th5 | Twitter Campaign

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Leif Lasstiwhyle - Elf - Magic-User 4 / Thief 5 (11k xp)

Unhook the Stars

Gena Rowlands, Marisa Tomei, Gérard Depardieu, Bridget Wilson

Tracy's HackMoor Campaign 2015/03/24

This time we had a large combo pizza sans pepperoni substituting black olives.

Games are on Tuesdays sometime after 5PM at World's Best Comics, 9714 Warwick Blvd Newport News, Virginia 23601.

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A few days later they made landfall on the east bank of the Firefrost channel north of the Cimieras Hills and the Goblin Hills. This is west of the Egg of Coot and separated by the Sturgeon channel. Besides they wanted to avoid any Cooters.

Where We Go From Here Part I

The frog ate him. Can you believe it?

Tracy's HackMoor Campaign 2014/01/17

Notes for Session of 14 January 2014
PART 1. SESSION NOTES

Last night we had a large plain cheese pizza, double-cut with extra cheese. We also got a small pepperoni pizza on the house. (It suspect it was another customers rejection, it was kind of dry.)

Player list is in Part B at the bottom.

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[Brick] Laker Ice @ 5.5% (Ontario, Canada) 473ml Can

This rusty coloured ice-filtered lager has a little more flavour than it's cold-filtered brother. It pours frothy but with no staying power in the head department. It's syrupy scent is much milder than it's brother as well.

Laker Ice startles your tongue and then melts away leaving you wondering if you indeed had a drink or if you haven't started yet. With a fairly solid amount of carbonation it still feels heavy and heady all at the same time. There isn't much aftertaste at first however it does start to grow with skunky ambition in the back of your mouth.

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