wrote: "with a few of our geekier things"
read it, sung to the tune of "Favorite Things"....Tis the season
quick intro since I'm new to the list as of yesterday.
husband and I own Ivory Tower Games in Lebanon Ohio and our family LOVES every
version of Fluxx. Before we bought the store last May, the
original was the first game that we purchased from the previous owner and we
take it EVERYWHERE we go. It went over well at the Mother/Daughter Girl
Scout sleepover at 4:00 AM, WITH the 7 and 10 year olds! The mom's had a
wee bit more trouble though :)
seen demoes of Chrononauts and EA Chrononauts, unfortunately we haven't played
them. Therefore, my early New Year's resolution is to jump in and learn
the rest of the Looney Games that we carry in our store and start doing more
demos for the families in our "non-gaming" little town!
to meet you all!
We did have a problem this morning with a few of
our geekier things - we've all been so chatty lately we filled up space faster
No worries though - our fantastic geek Craig has
fixed the problem and we should have clear sailing again.
If you do
still experience problems, let me know.
ps - I'm cross
posting this to the Something list to make sure that list works for
On 12/8/06, Brian
got your message, so I don't think Something is broken for
also got all of the messages I sent to the Something list
as well as one reply.
Christopher, have you checked to make sure you
from the list, or had your subscription temporarily
Sometimes if your email address bounces too often, mailman
automatically disable your subscription.
On Dec 8, 2006, at
1:00 PM, Kimberly Terrill wrote:
> I dont have my account set up
to recieve a copy of what I mail out.
> here is the link I
> my geeky husband sent it to the boys and I. It's a
> game of evolving orgamisms
> On 12/8/06, Christopher Hickman
< tophu@xxxxxxx> wrote: Hmm,
> sent something yesterday? Did you receive it from the
> haven't gotten anything since the (failed) attempt to move
> juggling discussion over to something on the
fourth... Who's the
> technical person now? Should I just
send the error to Robin so she
> can wrangle it out to a resident
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