So anyway I offer this guy £40 to end his eBay auction early. He said, “no thank you I’ll leave it for bidders as I will get much more”
I managed to put the final bid on……it was £29.50. Enter the Jam!
I’m now the proud owner of a pristine copy The Warlock Of Firetop Mountain board game. (Got another one but the box is a bit scuffed) I’d love to meet Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson so they can sign it. Hopefully they’ll be an FFF2?
Tin Man Games of Australia will be releasing the Steam app of this game soon too. As a backer of this crowd funded venture , my name will appear in Zagors crypt! Speaking of Tin Man… Jonathan Green will be launching a Kickstarter project soon, with a game book based on The Wizard Of Oz! The Wicked Wizard Of Oz will be launched on Kickstarter on the 3rd of September, and you can find the public group of the same name on Facebook!!
No not that. I’ve been to Sandwich, the little town in the South of England who’s Earl gave his name to the popular snack centuries ago. Why? Well to reunite with my Uncle Derek, Auntie Doreen, and cousins Sharon and Julie after 33 years of not hearing from them. As discussion unraveled it became apparent that the sanctimonious bitch … Ahem…I mean mother, had quite a lot to do with this. Still, apart from this, we had the most amazing time and required contact with relatives we (I and my youngest and eldest sisters) love very much.
I got praised with being the one that got us all in touch again which felt good. I’m just awaiting to hear mothers reaction if Karen tells her. Big thanks to Sue for arranging this outing and hats off to Phil for driving us 500+ miles today. I urge anybody out there, if you have relatives or friends you haven’t heard from in ages, try to get in touch with them. Whatever the circumstances, if you like them, go for it!
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