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Neal Boortz - Neal's Nuze
says thank you.
2007-01-24 - 12:04 p.m.
Well, according to this, I've disappointed Mark Evanier. Well, we can't have THAT, now can we?
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Hey, even Len Wein put one up. As Bugs Bunny once said, "You realize this is NOT going to go unchallenged."
Speaking of Len Wein (another comic writer extraordinaire), I got a mention in his blog the other day. In a previous entry, he wrote how he enjoyed playing board games. So I dropped him a line about the GIPF games, Alhambra, and Bang!.
Len, nice guy that he is, replied saying that Bang! looked interesting, and that he might give it a try.
So now it's YOUR turn. Go to your local game store and grab a copy of Bang!. Or get it online here.
Trust me. It's a blast.
Today's title comes from a song by Nervous Norvus. The actual song (with some silly animation) is here.
Well, time to get on. I have things to see and people to do.
Wait. Hold it. Strike that. Reverse it. Thank you.
Be seeing you.
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