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I think this is the lowest I've seen these two on Amazon:

Star Wars - Imperial Assault
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Legendary Villains: A Marvel Deck-Building Game
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Another Massdrop bundle, my first, I had been wanting to add a few more cards/dice to my small pool, so I took the bait on this. Currently, it's the same I'd pay over Amazon Prime, but it could get as low as $8.53 after shipping.
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I just got back from FLGS and picked up 10 for $9 and change.... did the same thing .... 5 uncanny and 6 DC Justice League... couldn't make up my mind :) 
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Storm of Souls has been $80-$100 for some time on Amazon. Now, it's finally down to a manageable price of $39, if you've been holding out hope for a new copy. ($45 with shipping)

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0060U7548/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pd_S_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=22XGYPBYRXNLH&coliid=I3NZW7Z3GD57GJ
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That is one of the best expansions. 
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I can't believe he left out Pergamon. I question this "expert."
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On review, I was disappointed it was only RISK they were playing @ :55, not Pandemic as I had first thought. But then I realized: RISK is totally a hipster game. https://t.co/IfjtzhU1vr
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I'm (still) going to live forever.
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"Keen-Brew Coffee Roasted for Keenway Products, Chicago, Ill. America's Favorite Drink"

Google's got nothing, I can't find a late enough directory, so GO TEAM INTERNET! #coffee   #history   #chicago   #businesses  
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Coffee brings LIFE! 8-Bit Legendary Hero Heat-Change Mug: http://j.mp/1t2JTNm
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The majority of my collection, not quite yet an unpacking priority, quietly waiting in their new home. #boardgames #patience
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If you have the "Official Settlers of Catan Board," you should totally unbox your games first. as +Brian Hevlin​ said... priorities :)!
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Playing a very casual cube and this monstrosity resulted. He was quickly dispatched.
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+Brandon Robison, my own cube is 2,200 unique cards, mostly rares. The cube I was playing belongs to a friend who is new and has a much more limited collection. I think there were less than half a dozen rares in the pool we drafted, but damn is it fun!

http://www.tomlapille.com/cube/cube.html
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Perceiving the vastness of space and time, with our confessedly infinitesimal grey matter, can set my lip atremble.
Peering through a giant cosmic magnifying glass, NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has spotted a tiny, faint galaxy -- one of the farthest galaxies ever seen. The diminutive object is estimated to be more than 13 billion light-years away.
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Brian, there is no one like you.
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Stifling my laughter, poorly. NSFW, but only if you read it out loud.
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Paul Noel of UND Department of Physics & Astrophysics beta tests levitation of a Type-II superconductor. 
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Archival specialist, Photographer, Lover of Table Top Games, Time Travel, and Lazer Tag.
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[Closed in 2011 due to poor business, sadly.] By far, the most authentic Mexican restaurant in Grand Forks. You'll find Mi Mexico referenced favorably in reviews for other Grand Forks establishments that claim a Mexican menu. Located in the old Hardee's building on the corner of Demers and Washington, you'll find a good variety of dishes in generous helpings at reasonable prices. Also a plus is the colorful and artistic decor. After several visits I found the staff competent and friendly, except for one bad experience where a server didn't communicate well and actually seemed to forget about us, the food arriving much later than that of people seated after us. If you want Mexican food that isn't Midwest-Mex or fast food, it's the best place in town.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Unfortunately, the Saturday night bands and the Tuesday night Cay Jams are now a thing of the past, but they still do Thursday karaoke, if I'm not mistaken. The menu is still an attraction, as well as the dozen or so beers on tap. Patronage ranges between after-work crowd, students, and hippies. Not sure what's going to come of the place after Valley Dairy moves to it's new location out on 47th and Washington.
Public - 7 years ago
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