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I am pretty sure that he mean first world when he says major.  Why would he compare the richest country on Earth to 2nd and 3rd world countries?  This entire video hinges on what he means by major.
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It depends on how you use it.  I have had players who tend to go into board game mode when miniatures and terrain come out.  Their miniature becomes them and their focus is completely on the terrain rather than using the terrain as an aid to help their imagination and to help clear up details about combat.
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Hey Ben, where are you?
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They brought these back after the successful kickstarter.  You can pre-order them now.
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This is why the Clone Wars is really good.  Also, Star Wars does not take place in the future, although they are more technologically advanced than we are.
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Fall to the dark side and 2 seconds later go murder a bunch of children.  Apparently when you fall off the light side of the wagon you fall hard.
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$1,200 in 1947 has the same buying power as $12,731 today.  That is nuts.
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These are a mix of old fashion Cajun and Appalachian slang.  Not really "southern" in the way most people think of them.  Where did you guys do your research for this?  Most Americans, even in the South, would react just as they did.
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These are great.  I think I will order 2-3 base sets and all 3 expansions at the end of the year instead of DF catacombs.  I like these better.
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The resolution you give is not necessary for the twin paradox resolution.  You can design this thought experiment so that the two twins start a distance x_0 from each other, synchronize their clocks, and with the same acceleration they reach the same velocity in the same direction before stopping in their final inertial reference frame.  Even though they accelerated at the same rate to the same velocity they will still find that the twin who is on the right (assuming they move right) will be older and the new distance that they measure at the end of the journey will be larger (gamma*x_0).  The root of the paradox is the synchronization of clocks.  According to special relativity, initially synchronized clocks that accelerate from one inertial frame to another will lose their synchronization if the acceleration is in the direction of their separation.   If their separation was transverse to the direction of motion they would have aged the same.
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I think that is two street sets + 2 straight pieces. 
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Oxford, MS - Atlanta, GA - Charleston, WV - Oklahoma City, OK
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I like nerdy things like physics, tabletop rpgs, comics, and and fantasy fiction.  Don't judge me.
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Big Bowl has many options for vegetarians. Most of their dishes can come with fried tofu rather than meat. The hot and sour soup doesn't contain chicken or meat broth. My favorites are the singapore rice noodle with tofu and the tofu and veggies in garlic sauce. Their veggie spring rolls are great. The customer service is excellent - they usually give small free appetizers if you dine in. Your options for Asian food in Oxford are the two terrible chinese buffet style places, the Thai place, and Big Bowl. Big Bowl wins hands down.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
Harmony is still my favorite for Vegan Chinese food in Atlanta but Greensprout is a close second. I had the sweet and sour "chicken" and General Tsao's "chicken". Both were delicious.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
I was shocked to see all of the bad reviews. I have lived in 4 different apartment complexes in the Oxford area and I find that Cambridge station is the best. They are cheap $599 for a 2 bedroom/2 bathroom apartment which includes cable, internet, trash and a large patio. All we pay is rent, power, and water. The staff seems very friendly to me - I can only assume the other reviewers lived in Cambridge station prior to some management change because I don't see any evidence of an inefficient staff. The staff even holds UPS and FedEx packages at the office so that they are not left at your door unattended. As a current resident I can assure you that I have not shared the same experience as the reviewers who gave bad reviews. Don't be afraid to live here.
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Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago
I love the Rasta pasta and I love the chicken parm but the pizza is just mediocre. There is no good Pizza in Oxford.
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago
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My wife and I love Thai food. We eat it in every town we visit so we were pretty excited when we found out that a Thai place was opening in Oxford, MS. We have given this place several chances - we wanted to love it. But every time the food was not good and the service was awful. Today we decided that we would give them one last chance to see if the food and service had improved because it has been months since we have dined there. It was worse this time. First, we waited to be seated for about 6 minutes. The place was empty, no customers and no employees. Finally, another waiting customer who came in after us opened the door to the kitchen and shouted for someone to sit us. It was absurd. We waited for about 15 minutes after being seated to place our order (there was only one other table and they waited as long as we did). We ordered spring rolls to start out with. They came and the inside was still frozen. I sent them back and I was brought hot rolls which tasted like black pepper on the inside. The food was of very poor quality. When I went to check out the owner tried to charge me for two orders of spring rolls because I had sent the cold ones back. Then she and the manager argued with me about it until I convinced them that I would not pay for them. UPDATE: I have been back recently and it was better. I think they may have a new cook.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
Everything tastes like salt. I don't know what they think they are serving there but none of it tastes like Vietnamese, Thai, or Indian food. Anybody who claims this is good asian food must have no taste buds. One reviewer claims that this is the best non-Japanese asian food in Oxford - I agree because it is the only non-Japanese asian food in Oxford.
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago
Crappy rock hard crust. This town needs a real pizzeria run by a bunch of hippies like any respectable college town. I am sick of crappy pizza like Square Pizza or Old Venice.
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago