Discussion in 'Forum Competitions and Themes' started by Dan S, Aug 1, 2019.
I'm off to bed, goodnight.
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Mine is yes, bought and owned since the year it was published.
Here's my handy tracker for the core rule books.
I've owned pretty much all of them from date published, with the exception of MM2 and Fiend Folio for 1st edition (bought copies not long back).
You don't want to know how many copies of the core rules I own for 5th edition (or if you do, PM me, I've derailed this enough!)
I'm up again, good morning:
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It's very simple - you make a list of those which appeal to you, lay this on the table in front of you, close your eyes and start repeating a selection rhyme you probably used as a child .
or something similar until there is only one photo left on your list. Simples!
No, no, no. You count up who has put most likes on your own pics....but Andrew would probably win. Oh well, just go with the "They're all as good as eachother, so pick the one you like" school of thought.
Or be really sneaky and go back to your original briefing and see who best fits that. There were some heavy hits about thinking laterally I seem to remember. Not sure most of us have most of the time, but there are certainly some.
Or phone a friend, or ask the audience. Be the first to ask us which (apart from our own) we would pick and since they will all be different, make that your shortlist.....
Eeny-meeny-mo.............. I came from a numerate family and it did not take us long to realise that that is not a random number generator. Numerous quarrels broke out as to where the rhyme should start.
I came from an uncouth family, we used the "ip-dip-dog-shit-you-trod-in-it" method.
A scientific alternative might be decide which of Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor, Rich Man, Poor Man, Beggar Man, Thief you prefer and then choose whichever that lands on. Can't see the Rich Man winning much in this column
We have an Uncouth Road in Rochdale - is that where you lived?
Its there in black and white:
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Brussels Tram 44 from Montgomery to Tervuren has the prettiest route ... [archive 2009]. I used to take the tram out and walk back to Auderghem via the park, arboretum and the forest.
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Transport through the trees.
skywalk by Nigel G, on Flickr
Chilean fishing boat:
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Yellow canoe by Mike Longhurst, on Flickr
Easy way up 630 steps to the temple:
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Fascinatingly innovative but that has to be so dangerous!
With 1.3bn people, the Chinese have no need for H&S
Holiday Transport in the Highlands - The Myth
Holiday Transport in the Highlands - The Reality!
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