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2/2/2012 8:48:10 PMxsockmonkeyx posted a message on Things you once owned/used to consume and now its nearly impossible to buy them againPosted in: Water Cooler TalkQuote from Eberbacher@xsockmonkeyx
Can you give me some links?
But I guess it will be pointless because those prices I quoted were already from shops that are located somewhere in europe and import huge quantities of it. A direct import from the USA or canada, just from the space and weight, all this liquid needs, would be abo 70-100$ or more, just the transport.
Thats the problem with liquids. Terrible to ship them.
I dont have any specific info. A lot of them are local/regional and can be hard to come by even in the states.
I would just be aware that such a thing exists and if you ever happen to come across it then pull the trigger.
2/2/2012 9:24:30 AMxsockmonkeyx posted a message on Things you once owned/used to consume and now its nearly impossible to buy them againPosted in: Water Cooler TalkQuote from EberbacherRoot beer
Believe it or not, you can easily distinguish between a German and an American by giving him root beer.
I guess there are some Americans who don´t like it, but they won´t go mad about it, In contrast, 99,99% of the Germans will spit it out regardless where they are, roll on the floor, pull their hair out, wash their mouth with brake fluid if nothing else is available, and shout at you why you wanted to poison them.
And because of that the only way to get it would be to import it from the states for about 3$ a can. (If I order about 50 cans)
And thats just too expensive for me.
You should try to import a nice barrel brewed root beer or sassafras. It will be expensive, but completely worth it. Canned mass produced root beer is comparable to American ales in quality.
1/25/2012 1:02:44 AMI find this article to be relevant to topic:Posted in: Water Cooler Talk
1/22/2012 8:03:02 PMThis is just how cats work. My cats do the same thing to new things I bring home, regardless whether it's intended for them or not.Posted in: Water Cooler Talk
I would try using cardboard boxes. Whenever I get a box in the mail, or whatever, I let the cats fight over it for a couple of days. By the time they get bored of it there is usually a new box to fight over. I have one cat who really loves pizza boxes, and Ill let her have it if its clean enough. Although it is sort of embarrassing to have a pizza box around for a couple weeks or so.
1/21/2012 11:13:53 AMPosted in: The Rumor MillQuote from WolfmanThe greatest thing about this reprint is the vastly improved artwork.
Well, that was quick.
Anyway, I agree it's an improvement aesthetically. It looks more like a green land destruction spell than wilds evolving though (the big scary building doesnt really feel wild, for one thing). The original at least illustrated the idea better IMO.
1/18/2012 5:45:30 AMIt's going to entirely depend on what you are playing against. If you are a casual player then just use what works the best against your friends' decks. Stuff like Kavu and Fire are nods towards diversifying the removal options, which you might have no use for to begin with. But if your best friend plays elves then Fire is going to be really useful.Posted in: Pauper Archive
1/17/2012 4:21:30 AMFlametongue replaces Steamcore Weird. Id go -1 Firebolt, -1 Staggershock, +2 Fire//Ice as they are all pretty similar. Recoup, I forgot, only works on Sorceries, so nevermind that one. In theory, Id like to throw a Desert into lists that run Expedition Map. Not sure you want to go down that road.Posted in: Pauper Archive
Tough call on the Fireballs. Both seem like they would be good, but for different reasons. Id go with Volcanic Geyser because I think instant speed trumps almost any other intangible a card could have.
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