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48 Hour Turns, Standard Steel Victory Conditions, Trade Communications Allowed On Late Season Turns Only, Trash Talk Allowed Anytime.

We never discussed allies or NAPS.
Did we ALL miss the talking turn?  I was think this would be the talking turn but it's early and I think we agreed upon the late turn.
Maybe it's all just another illusion?
I think we did miss it, I did mean to say something but it must not have been that important.  I seem to remember the rules being forum diplomacy on late turns.  Which I think means that no Allies or NAPs implied or otherwise can last longer than 3 turns.
IL - Well I meant to communicate but missed the chance.   At least we are all in the same boat.  
Ballz of Steel?  Where does Strillian get these names?  The last one,  Men of Steel,  was a group of male strippers from New Zealand.  Someone seems to have a fixation, just sayin... Big Grin
(04-11-2020, 09:49 AM)Wookie Panz Wrote: [ -> ]IL - Well I meant to communicate but missed the chance.   At least we are all in the same boat.  
Ballz of Steel?  Where does Strillian get these names?  The last one,  Men of Steel,  was a group of male strippers from New Zealand.  Someone seems to have a fixation, just sayin... Big Grin

It takes a will of steel to survive in the Maze.
(04-11-2020, 10:35 AM)Strylian Wrote: [ -> ]
(04-11-2020, 09:49 AM)Wookie Panz Wrote: [ -> ]IL - Well I meant to communicate but missed the chance.   At least we are all in the same boat.  
Ballz of Steel?  Where does Strillian get these names?  The last one,  Men of Steel,  was a group of male strippers from New Zealand.  Someone seems to have a fixation, just sayin... Big Grin

It takes a will of steel to survive in the Maze.

In my UN game it's spelled STEAL!
(04-11-2020, 09:49 AM)Wookie Panz Wrote: [ -> ]IL - Well I meant to communicate but missed the chance.   At least we are all in the same boat.  
Ballz of Steel?  Where does Strillian get these names?  The last one,  Men of Steel,  was a group of male strippers from New Zealand.  Someone seems to have a fixation, just sayin... Big Grin

1) Wookie, how do you know stripper troupe names?
2) I hear it as a Duke Nukem reference, personally.
(04-11-2020, 11:17 AM)The Painted Man Wrote: [ -> ]
(04-11-2020, 09:49 AM)Wookie Panz Wrote: [ -> ]IL - Well I meant to communicate but missed the chance.   At least we are all in the same boat.  
Ballz of Steel?  Where does Strillian get these names?  The last one,  Men of Steel,  was a group of male strippers from New Zealand.  Someone seems to have a fixation, just sayin... Big Grin

1) Wookie, how do you know stripper troupe names?
2) I hear it as a Duke Nukem reference, personally.

Beat me to the punch.
(04-11-2020, 11:56 AM)Ry Vor Wrote: [ -> ]
(04-11-2020, 11:17 AM)The Painted Man Wrote: [ -> ]
(04-11-2020, 09:49 AM)Wookie Panz Wrote: [ -> ]IL - Well I meant to communicate but missed the chance.   At least we are all in the same boat.  
Ballz of Steel?  Where does Strillian get these names?  The last one,  Men of Steel,  was a group of male strippers from New Zealand.  Someone seems to have a fixation, just sayin... Big Grin

1) Wookie, how do you know stripper troupe names?
2) I hear it as a Duke Nukem reference, personally.

Beat me to the punch.
Where I heard about the  Men of Steel is an interesting story.
I went to a show to see Beppe Gambetta.  He is an outstanding Italian guitar player.  He plays the folk circuit and festivals like Merlefest and Kerrville and he flatpicks in the style of Doc Watson.
He told a story of when he toured with a group made up of himself, Dan Crary, Tony Manus, and Don Ross.  They all play acoustic instruments with steel strings so they called themselves The Men of Steel. 
The tour was going well until they hit New Zealand.  The first show they did the front row was full of scantily clad women who proceeded to throw undergarments on stage.  It was then that the guys discovered that New Zealand has a very popular male stripper group by the same name.
Beppe tells the story with his very srtong Italian accent and ends it with, " eeze hard to compeeet when you only have a little peeek (pick)." And he holds up his guitar pick.

Now aren't you glad you asked?
(04-11-2020, 01:31 PM)Wookie Panz Wrote: [ -> ]
(04-11-2020, 11:56 AM)Ry Vor Wrote: [ -> ]
(04-11-2020, 11:17 AM)The Painted Man Wrote: [ -> ]
(04-11-2020, 09:49 AM)Wookie Panz Wrote: [ -> ]IL - Well I meant to communicate but missed the chance.   At least we are all in the same boat.  
Ballz of Steel?  Where does Strillian get these names?  The last one,  Men of Steel,  was a group of male strippers from New Zealand.  Someone seems to have a fixation, just sayin... Big Grin

1) Wookie, how do you know stripper troupe names?
2) I hear it as a Duke Nukem reference, personally.

Beat me to the punch.
Where I heard about the  Men of Steel is an interesting story.
I went to a show to see Beppe Gambetta.  He is an outstanding Italian guitar player.  He plays the folk circuit and festivals like Merlefest and Kerrville and he flatpicks in the style of Doc Watson.
He told a story of when he toured with a group made up of himself, Dan Crary, Tony Manus, and Don Ross.  They all play acoustic instruments with steel strings so they called themselves The Men of Steel. 
The tour was going well until they hit New Zealand.  The first show they did the front row was full of scantily clad women who proceeded to throw undergarments on stage.  It was then that the guys discovered that New Zealand has a very popular male stripper group by the same name.
Beppe tells the story with his very srtong Italian accent and ends it with, " eeze hard to compeeet when you only have a little peeek (pick)." And he holds up his guitar pick.

Now aren't you glad you asked?
He's off the floor, and delivers the KOA.   Good one.
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