If you’re a horror fan, you’re probably well aware there’s a reboot of Evil Dead coming on April 5, 2013. We’ve seen the trailer, and frankly we feel it’s still got a ways to prove it can stand in the same league as the original. That said, until we see legit reviews, we’ll keep our minds open as much as possible. Even with the Dead getting a fresh start, for years fans have repeatedly asked if Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell would ever come back to do another Evil Dead film. It’s been some twenty years since Army of Darkness, but the fans would still love to see another Dead flick with the original gang one of these days. Will Sam Raimi direct a fourth Evil Dead movie?
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A remarkable spelling trick by American magician Howard Adams: From a deck of cards choose five cards and their mates. A card’s mate is the card of the same value and color; for example, the mate of the five of clubs is the five of spades. Finding Mates
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Futility Closet In 1923, the Brazier family traveled from Oregon to Indiana, bringing their 2-year-old collie/shepherd mix, Bobbie. They were separated in Wolcott, Ind., when Bobbie was chased off by a group of local dogs, and after three weeks the family reluctantly returned to Oregon. Exactly six months later, the family’s youngest daughter was walking down a Silverton street when she recognized a bedraggled dog. At her voice he “fairly flew at Nova, leaping up again and again to cover her face with kisses and making half-strangled, sobbing sounds of relief and delight as if he could hardly voice his wordless joy.”
COMMENTARY BY THOMAS FORSYTH & GUEST Guest authors are invited to submit articles for posting "MAGIE INVENTS MONOPOLY AND LANDLORDS" Thomas Forsyth: Magie's summer 1903 version Landlord's Game as played in Arden, DE, lends insight into her invention of the game monopoly. This website is also redircted through the URL: history-of-monpoly.info I know from hearing from you that this site is due for some updates and I agree. Like many of you my work that pays the bills and family time takes first priority in my life. "THE HISTORY OF THE LANDLORD'S & MONOPOLY BOARD GAMES."
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buy this OD&D Illustrated Wandering Monster poster! « Blog of Holding October 5th, 2011 by paul I originally drew this poster for the Gygax Memorial. I sold out of my first run at Gen Con for $10.
This intricately illustrated 36" by 24" playable dungeon map poster encapsulates the Dungeon Master's Guide's complete rules for generating random dungeons: Appendix A's four pages of charts are rendered into a flowchart WHICH IS ITSELF A DUNGEON. It's like the Platonic dungeon: from it, all other dungeons may be generated. Or maybe it's the Dungeon of Ouroboros. Or maybe it's D&D's missing game board. This blogofholding.com Kickstarter ends right before Wizards of the Coast re-releases the First Edition rulebooks, so you should get your new 1e rulebooks and this 1e game poster on around the same day. Along with my last poster, the OD&D Illustrated Wandering Monster Poster, this poster is all you need to generate infinite random dungeon adventures for solo or group play. Random Dungeon Generator as a Dungeon Map by Paul Hughes
John Napier (1550 - 1617) was a Scottish mathematician, who made many contributions to arithmetic, including the invention of logarithms. When Kepler found out about Napier's logarithms he applied them to Tycho Brahe's stellar and planetary observations, and established his famous three laws of planetary motion. John Napier is also remembered for 'Napier's Bones', a calculating device that allowed the user to carry out multiplication and division. When Napier was alive, most people could add and subtract small numbers, but very few people could multipy, and long division was considered a university subject! Using the 'bones' you can carry out multiplication and division. Napiers Bones
Speculative Nonfiction First, let's all agree that science fiction is awesome (how many tech entrepreneurs today can't rattle off a list of their favorite novels based on the ideas within?) but the predictions are not all that astonishingly accurate. A currently circulating article of Isaac Asimov's 1964 predictions for the 2014 World's Fair has been combed its accurate predictions - but these have to be considered in light of the total denominator of all predictions he made. There are a lot of clunkers in there.
The second of three posts about climbing Mount Roraima: Hike up Roraima, Top of Roraima, Hike down Roraima Mount Roraima from above - image from @NatGeo Once we’d reached the summit there was barely a pause for breath or photos as we made the painful 40 minute walk to the camp site. Contrary to our expectations the top was far from flat, with strange shapes eroded by both wind and water forming peaks and troughs, the latter occasionally filled to become streams. Mount Roraima in Venezuela, Guyana and Brazil
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