Original Roleplaying Concepts
Architecture common to Polyestrine Towns...preparing for the Oppressorbadian Invasion.
Per this tweet, today seems to be a good candidate for celebrating the release of D&D, so I'm marking the 49th anniversary of its release.
Alas, I'm not playing much lately, due to a combination of several factors, chiefly being busy with work and too exhausted to have much of a social life on weekends. But I'm planning something for next year, the last Sunday of January, where I hope to have a game going.
the guy who had the Timmee license and molds has added at least some of BMCs product and a LOT of former Marx molds; the Gettysburg set is not being reissued soon, but they ARE bringing back the Yorktown playset..and keeping with the old timmee viet nam sets in multi colors, and the army women sets...
Found LibraryThing and decided to use it to keep track of my games collection: http://orc.one/library
yeah...I know a few dogs that seem to think like this.
nuthin sez elegance like home made seasonal decorative arts.
He has an abyssmal sense of humor
part of a series of celebrity faces as barbie heads.
Lincoln's stage wizard and Union Spy...https://www.historynet.com/lincolns-magician/
Things you COULD do with cicada exoskeletons, but probably shouldn't
Qwechip, ketchip, Catzhup, satsip, whateveh
Childhood stardom kinda sucks... 54 years old and exunt...
I love me some old museums and parks...and love old pamphlets too.
The strange interweaving of past present and aristic morality, colonialism, and transexuality...https://esse.ca/en/off-features/dancing-with-the-berdashe-by-kent-monkman-how-to-dance-differently/
Hand colored photo from the national archives...
meet Joe Siebold, auto sculptor, figure enthusiast... https://theminitimemachine.org/exhibitions/miniature-military-figures/
When the price seems fair...for gold plated magic figures https://www.toysoldierco.com/American-Civil-War-Tri-Series-Master-Playset/Product.aspx?ProductID=22591&DeptID=7&&
This is exactly what Bill McMasters was trying to prevent.
A kind gentleman and fun blog...https://scottmingus.wordpress.com/2009/03/22/gettysburgs-fort-defiance-where-i-bought-my-first-britains-54mm-toy-soldiers/#more-1738
to us, the three corner cocked hat is emblemic of the Revolution, and maybe the French and Indian, 7-years war, and the early Napoleonic days...but the reality is that the style was widely adopted by individual soldiers and smaller local militias of the Civil War. The South had many examples, perhaps because the war was widely sold to the public as a second revolution to protect "the Constitutional right to property" (it's slavery, we can say slaves here.)