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  1. https://cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/200605223951-02-opinion-weekly-column-0606-exlarge-169.jpg
  2. I've done quite a bit of pbp in Champions (on the old Hero Central site), but haven't done much at all with FH - so if you don't mind dealing with minimal experience in creating a FH char I would be interested. Did you have a particular forum/site in mind?
  3. Probably the signs telling me I have to wear a mask when I go into stores when I'm north of the border... (Fortunately for me, not that I think anyone is actually enforcing it, I've got the mask my Mom made for me in my clipboard for just such an occasion).
  4. 7 digital libraries you can visit from your couch https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/19/us/digital-libraries-from-your-couch-trnd/index.html
  5. In such condition there is no place for industry, because the fruit thereof is uncertain, and consequently no culture of the earth, no navigation nor the use of commodities that may be imported by sea, no commodious building, no instruments of moving and removing such things as require much force, no knowledge of the face of the earth, no account of time, no arts, no letters, no society, and which is worst of all, continual fear and danger of violent death, and the life of man, solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short. Hobbes; Leviathan
  6. I've read at least one article where "grab 'n go" was the plan... The Ohio restaurant/bar closures are only for 'dine in' - you can still order carry out (for the locations which provide that option).
  7. On the plus side, at least we only do this every 4 years. We have to deal with Christmas every year.
  8. But then the main event starts... It doesn't end until November.
  9. Like the GOP managed to stop Trump in 2016? I'm certainly not a fan of Sanders, but I strongly suspect he's tapping into the same vein that got us Trump in the first place. People aren't happy with the way things have been and offering "more of the same" isn't going to be a strong contender. Almost the standard rule of advertising, you have to be offering "NEW! and IMPROVED!" or you're just background noise. Trump is guaranteed neither defeat or victory in 2020, but if the Democrats want to win they're going to have to offer more than "I'm not Donald Trump" as their central campaign theme. Not being a registered member of either party, I'm just waiting for the Dems to stop playing musical chairs so we can move on to the main event.
  10. Thanks for the laugh -- but you're making me miss HC and some of the games we were in even more...
  11. I'd have to dig for the books again, but I believe the axes were also for fighting under very specific conditions where other weapons were essentially useless (either in a hyperspatial tube or while inertialess). It's been a while...
  12. That is one of the most desirable traits in a salesman. The ability to convince your prospective customers that you truly believe in what your selling. I haven't heard many people accuse Trump of not being a salesman. (the type of 'salesman' they might be describing him of being is a different thing entirely...)
  13. Hmmm, Caleb doesn't strike me as the wine sort. Maybe he should experiment with beer. It's probably closer to his budget -- but herding supers, he might be better off going straight to Scotch...
  14. Things are... I haven't posted in forever either. I moved into a management position a few years back and my job pretty much ate my life. Not really sure how much of it is left, other than work, sometimes. And a snippet doesn't tell you as much as you think it might, not without additional snippets and context to flesh it all out. FWIW, my first marriage lasted a couple/few years. We were both young and I was in the Navy is the short version and I can only know my own perspective, blurred by the passage of time. My second marriage has lasted more than 26 years now. Roughly a year ago I learned I have a son from my first marriage that my ex-wife never told me about. And a granddaughter. And a daughter-in-law and three additional grandchildren. And then it gets complicated... I'm not the most active correspondent (especially not with the holiday stupid season in full swing), but I'm willing to give you an outside perspective from someone who has been through a few trials and tribulations and is somehow still putting one foot in front of the other.
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