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Played our first game of Euphoria! We have a few worker placement games (Tzolkin, Lords of Waterdeep, Yedo), and I was worried that Euphoria would be the same song, second verse. However, unlike the other games, when you place your worker, it gets you things to get you other things later on. Definitely lots of layered, future planning in this game, and I am very happy with it.

I won, but just barely, which is another thing I enjoyed; progress can happen so quickly that you really can't be secure in your cockiness if you think you're winning. 
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Last day. Capricorn 15's. Year of the city - 2274. Carousel begins...
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Out of all the Disney TV movies I watched in the 90s and early 00s, the only one my non-cable-reared husband has also seen is the 1998 creation Brink! His grandmother had cable, she recorded the movie for them, and they watched it over and over.

For some reason, this movie is actually pretty great, epitomizing the 90s and Disney like amber. And, for some reason, it is remarkably hard to find online to stream. Does everyone else know what a wonderful movie this is? Why is Disney vigilant about taking this one down, but not, for example My Date With the President's Daughter? (Plus side: has Will Friedle. Downside: it's pretty boring)

Brink! is so awful it is poetically beautiful. And it's really hard to stream, man. 
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Ah, forgot Disney Channel did have faux-angsty teen dramedies back in the 80s: Kids Incorporated.
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Letters From Whitechapel
Literally 5 seconds after laying out the game board she's claimed it as the best bed in the house. At first I thought she was the police because she keeps batting Jack around, but she might be the killer because she's scattered 4 victims and hunched over them. 
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We tried it for the first time last night and only had time for one round, so it was a very high speed chase. Jack waited for 4 moves before striking, and then used a coach and an alley. He managed to elude the bobbies, but it was so close! One more move and I might have got him. I actually looked for clues at a spot where I could have arrested him. We've never had a game like it, but we are terrible at bluffing. So it will be interesting to see how good or bad we turn out to be.

+Samuel Hinz​, the only time I remember to take pictures of games I play is when my cat is on them. She's actually making me more social. When I am with actual other humans, I completely forget until hours at the game is put away. 
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Be warned, the top question is very sad and beautiful. And it will probably make you want to hug Carroll Spinney for days. 
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As did I. 
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I had the epiphany last night that Mike Ross from Suits later becomes Jeff Winger from Community. The Internet being what it is, thousands of people got there before me. Good thing, too, or there wouldn't be this picture. 
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I totally learned something today! It is this thing! 
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we would milk them sometimes, but mainly just for pets. they were sweet goats, would follow the cows around the pasture. we would also let them into the front and back yards to eat grass.
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Machi Koro Strategy (Harbor Expansion)

Last night we played a 4-player game of Machi Koro. I'm not sure we will ever play without the expansion.

With the expansion, you not only get powerful cards, you get super useful developments and a new way to play: instead of setting all the cards out by category, you just draw from a large face-down pile until you have 10 unique card choices. You never know what buildings will be available.

For those of you who have played with the expansion, I have a question. The Tuna Boat card is insanely powerful as far as getting you money fast. Buy two Tuna Boats, develop your Harbor, and you can win the game in about 3 rounds with good rolling.

It feels like this card is way too powerful, and that if you don't buy at least one, you won't win. Do you have house rules that curb the power of the Tuna Boat? Do you have a non-Tuna strategy for winning? 
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TUNERBOAT!
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Just finished Letters From Whitechapel. I played Jack and those dirty coppers never caught me! Although I did die on the third night, like a rat in the street, far away from my hideout. But I had everyone running all over the board! In death, I am smug. 
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She's probably good at being sneaky. 
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Here's something I never understood about the lyrics to "Be Our Guest". Why do the dishes call Belle "flabby, fat, and lazy"? She's there to save them. Are they passive aggressive? #realquestion 
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I was certain it was the dishes, but when you asked the question, I had to look up the lyrics to be sure.  Yaaaay punctuation!
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Last night we went to a game store to spend the money we've been saving in our piggy bank for a year. I always like to check the used section and found this gem. We have been binge-watching Community and just saw the episode where they play the VCR game "Pile of Bullets", so finding this game was extra hilarious to me. Note that you can get information inside the box on saving on other videos like Jane Fonda's workouts. Woo! 
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For everyone else that's curious:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CjzcQEkCKw
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Hooray, hugs for everyone! 
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Thanks to +Tim Johnson​​ for this in my stream today.

Say all you want about what you think beauty is, this shah surrounded himself with what he thought was beautiful, and these women look very confident indeed.
 
The article is in Russian, but the pictures tell it all - the women in the harem of the Iranian Shah, circa 1860. The Shah took the shots of his harem himself, no one else was allowed - he dabbled in photography.

#Iran  
#harem  
#photography  
Перед вами уникальные снимки, сделанные фотографом Антоном Севрюгиным.
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We should teach culture immersion classes in public schools. One culture each year for 12 years. And the curriculum would include standards of beauty, humor, and individual/community values. This would replace the one-day 6th grade culture fair. 
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