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The spoils of Duxford's V.E. Day
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Photos from the 2014 Bournemouth Air Festival.
If anything, it showed me I have to clean my camera :-)
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very nice indeed!! :D
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Scary, ain't it?
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This is, without a doubt, one of the episodes that represents the reason why I will always keep a special fondness and admiration for the classic Twilight Zone series
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The Obsolete Man is an episode of the television series The Twilight Zone. It deals with themes of Orwellian totalitarianism, euthanasia, collectivism and re...
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It seems the Doctor has its limits...
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Amidst interchanging sunshine and deluge-like rain, these were the best of the lot #abingdon2015   #abingdonairshow  
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Photos from this year's Farnborough Airshow
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Excelente! Em 2012 choveu 'as carradas durante o dia no sabado :( Este ano nao fui, queria ir a outro, mas ainda nao marquei nada. Da ultima vez que fui aluguei uma 70-200 f/2.8 IS (Canon).
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During this year's #TableTopDay  event, I was introduced to City of Zombies by Matthew Tidbury and published by ThinkNoodle Games, the designer himself.

A cooperation game aimed at younglings with age 8+ years, each player is part of a resistence group in a stronghold under assault by never-ending hordes of zombies. Fortunately, help is on the way under the form of an airlift but it will take some time for it to reach them. Till then, they must hold out against the advancing undead army.
And this is where the main mechanics of the game come into play.
Each zombie sports a number on their card, representing the number to match in order for it to be defeated. To that purpose, each player rolls three dice and then, using sums, subtractions, multiplications, divisions, powers and square roots, tries to manipulate the numbers to reach those desired numbers. As an example, imagine a zombie appears with the number 25. You roll the dice and out come a 2, a 4 and 5. Using the five, you multiply it by itself (a power of two) and hit the desired 25. Each die use is removed from the pool (in this case, the die with the 5), leaving the remainder of dice to be used.
You keep the horde back for 15 turns and your group is rescued.

Talking to Matthew, he told me that (fortunately) schools seem to have a keen interest in it, with him performing demonstrations on multiple schools.

Curious about the game? Head on over to http://www.cityofzombies.com/
Interested in having a demo at your local school in the UK? Head over to http://www.cityofzombies.com/contact/
ThinkNoodle Games site: http://www.thinknoodle.com/

#tabletopgames   #funeducation   #thinknoodlegames   #mathforkids  
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A review with a simple gameplay example can be found at http://ameliaappletreeblog.wordpress.com/2014/02/24/review-city-of-zombies/
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Oh hell yeah!
See the old series, presented by Carl Sagan!
Be eager for the new one presented by Neil Tyson Degrasse!
#CosmosReboot #CosmosIsComing #Cosmos
Check out the trailer for COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey, a 13-part docu-series debuting in 2014 on FOX! Subscribe now for more COSMOS clips: http://fox.tv/Subs...
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This is f****ing hilarious #weirdstuff   #thankyoujapan   #wthdidijustwatch  
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Left Fighting Alone For Four Years, Quake 3 Bots Evolve World Peace
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Re-used as an exhibit gallery, this old church building still keeps some of its more religious features like the organ and pews. Its floor features several tombstones with interesting reliefs. Some paintings still survive on its wooden abodes. One can, however, see the wear and tear of time and certain absence of maintenance on said church features (most of the window tile motifs are gone, replaced with regular glass and one can tell the ceiling paintings were probably richer in the old days amongst others). As said before, the church is currently used as an exhibition gallery so you'll most likely find a modern art or some other event of the sort taking place. For its currently set price of €10 per adult entry, if you are looking to visit a church for it's church like features, this is one you should most probably skip.
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While not a topic that most people would admit to having an interest for, the evolution of pornographic/erotic material throughout the years (think 1890's till the 1990's at least) reveals itself alluring as one can identify the influence of said times at an aesthetic and even social level. Some of the displayed art paintings are also very pleasant to appreciate due to the sensuality that they transmit without descending into the "filth" level that one usually associates with the topic. Those two factors apart, you will not find anything new here and it must be said that, even for adults, it is a place that not everyone will enjoy. Few were the people who went in and not gave a damn. The "normal" behaviour? Nervous giggling and bashful demeanour when faced with something sexual. Be warned.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Good food with pleasant service. Price range within norm. Recommended if you want good Italian food.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Good food and within norm pricing. Service, however, could benefit from better sympathy.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Good food and service. Slightly noisy when half full but it's worth it.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Located underground with no inkling of outside world, both the side dish and main course were not to par with the average quality expectation I had from other Wagamama establishments. At least the employees had an alright demeanor.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I got lodged at a separate building they have, 7 minutes walk from the Duke William building itself. The assigned room was an attic room where not a square foot of the floor was level (or it had it's own notion of level, different from all surrounding floor segments), gaping holes could be seen in the wall where the pipes ran off, the ceiling gave the impression that it could come down at any time, no curtains existed on the window (at this time of the year, sun comes up between 4:30 and 5 AM). The door itself did not have a key (the key I was supplied with only opened the street door which meant leaving the door unlocked) and, after request, no key was supplied. In the immediate surroundings of the building there is a pub with live music so, on specific days, turning in early is not really an option as till before a bit before midnight. The only positive thing about the building itself was its location close to Lincoln Cathedral. The helpfulness and cheerfulness of some employees does not compensate the demeanour of the rest.
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