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[Icehouse] Re: Icehouse Digest, Vol 33, Issue 2

  • From"BENJAMIN BENNETT" <nebttenneb@xxxxxxxxx>
  • DateSun, 3 Feb 2008 15:10:49 -0500
Hey Jeff,
Thanks for the response. There's a good chance I'll check out CABS and/or Origins. I would also be interested in starting a pyramid group. I'll let you know if I meet anyone else who is interested. Do you go to CABS often?

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Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2008 16:42:46 -0500
From: "Jeff Wolfe" <jwolfe@xxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [Icehouse] Columbus, OH
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Hi, Ben!  I live in Columbus.

I sometimes manage to get pyramids to the table at a CABS meeting, but not
every time by any means.  I heartily recommend CABS for gamers, but if your
only interest is pyramids, you'll be disappointed.  It might be a good place
to start, though.  If you make it to a CABS meeting, look me up.

Origins is great for getting to play pyramid games.  Get a badge and a Big
Experiment ribbon and you can play with pyramids for five days straight, if
you want.  The problem with Origins, of course, is that it's only once a

I'd like to play more pyramid games, time permitting.  Maybe if we could
find a few more people who are interested, we could start a pyramid gaming
group.  Feel free to email me off-list to continue the discussion.


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