EGF June 21st

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Post by melissa » Wed Jun 24, 2009 7:48 am

Congratulations David and family!

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Post by ianw » Wed Jun 24, 2009 11:28 am

Congrats David! By the sound of it we missed having gamer twins by a day or two. Her name is Chloe Alicia Wright, born on Monday morning. Here is another highly appropriate pic.
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Post by TaleSpinner » Wed Jun 24, 2009 2:21 pm

intheclear wrote:Thought I would change the subject to something positive, hope image isn't offensive. This is the latest member of EGF named appropriate, with help from one of my favourite boardgame Taj Mahal, Taj Lewis Fuga.
Congratulations, David!

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Post by Mr Skeletor » Wed Jun 24, 2009 2:57 pm

Congratulations people.
Just keep em away from Euros.

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Babies at EGF.

Post by MooseHead » Wed Jun 24, 2009 5:50 pm

Mr Skeletor wrote:Congratulations people.
Just keep em away from Euros.
Why keep em away from Euros ?

Only a non-parent would say that.

In fact, sub-six months, they mainly sleep and feed and are perfect for taking to euros. No need to keep parents of newborns prisoners to their homes as the early days are the easiest to transport them in their capsules.
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Post by kathy » Wed Jun 24, 2009 6:20 pm

well said Moosehead.

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Post by rjphelan » Wed Jun 24, 2009 6:21 pm

Well we know Chloe will be schooled in the arts of BSG long before she picks up a Euro wooden block.

Congrats to the two proud papas. :)

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Post by Passionate_Always » Wed Jun 24, 2009 10:18 pm

Awww... Babies... congrats people!

Before you know it, there will be another little gamer in training! :lol:

Bitching... Bitching...Bitching...

I can think of at least one thing that satisfies me more... Ha Ha...

I am newbie at EGF. It is a good thing that I not only attend to play some games, but to also use it as an opportunity to catch up with a selected number of people...

Because westgarthworldwide , speaking honestly, your personality is putting me off.

Being truthful.

Still love ya Julian and Sol.
Always Passionate!!!

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Re: Babies at EGF.

Post by Mr Skeletor » Wed Jun 24, 2009 11:25 pm

MooseHead wrote:
Mr Skeletor wrote:Congratulations people.
Just keep em away from Euros.
Why keep em away from Euros ?

Only a non-parent would say that.

In fact, sub-six months, they mainly sleep and feed and are perfect for taking to euros. No need to keep parents of newborns prisoners to their homes as the early days are the easiest to transport them in their capsules.
I said EUROS, not EGF.

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Re: Babies at EGF.

Post by MooseHead » Wed Jun 24, 2009 11:53 pm

Mr Skeletor wrote:
MooseHead wrote:
Mr Skeletor wrote:Congratulations people.
Just keep em away from Euros.
Why keep em away from Euros ?

Only a non-parent would say that.

In fact, sub-six months, they mainly sleep and feed and are perfect for taking to euros. No need to keep parents of newborns prisoners to their homes as the early days are the easiest to transport them in their capsules.
I said EUROS, not EGF.
Sorry Frank, thought that's what you meant. So now I need to understand what you mean by Euros.

Is it:
a) Currency ?
b) Games ?
c) Gamers ?
d) b & c ?
e) a, b & c ?
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Post by rjphelan » Thu Jun 25, 2009 12:17 am

I think Frank, in jest, meant to say that the child should be kept away from Euro-style games, and instead be taught deliciously-themed, dice-fest Ameritrash games.

Humor is like a frog - you can dissect it, but it tends to die in the process.

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Post by gregor » Thu Jun 25, 2009 12:33 am

I think Frank was just being sensible. Euros have lots of little cubes-- children might swallow or choke on them. The game's resale/trade value would be ruined.

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Euros or Ameritrash

Post by MooseHead » Thu Jun 25, 2009 12:52 am

gregor wrote:I think Frank was just being sensible. Euros have lots of little cubes-- children might swallow or choke on them. The game's resale/trade value would be ruined.
And Ameritrash doesnt have small parts ?
rjphelan wrote:I think Frank, in jest, meant to say that the child should be kept away from Euro-style games, and instead be taught deliciously-themed, dice-fest Ameritrash games.
Nah, get em early, get em young. Teach em Euros and Ameritrash will not even come into the equation.

Just a pity that many of us not so young had little alternative other than Ameritrash as we grew up.
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Post by jeff » Thu Jun 25, 2009 9:20 am

ianw wrote:Congrats David! By the sound of it we missed having gamer twins by a day or two. Her name is Chloe Alicia Wright, born on Monday morning. Here is another highly appropriate pic.
Chloe? I was expecting Kara, Laura or Caprica...

Congratulations guys!

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Post by dougadams » Thu Jun 25, 2009 9:38 am

Congrats Dave - I can see who the father is - quite a resemblance.

Ours is starting to play "fling the porridge" and "pick that up, dad".

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