A mostly barbaric romp through miniature wargaming, history and popular culture.
Friday, 28 December 2012
Millions of them...
Listening to: Hobbit Soundtrack. Love that Howard Shore.
Drinking: really stiff Oolong. Whoa...
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Labels: 1/72, colonial wars, G.A.S.L.I.G.H.T., zulus
Saturday, 1 December 2012
Music Saturday: Maginot Line-Geoff Berner
Geoff is too much fun and I recommend an evening with him if you dig politically charged punk accordion klezmer tunes. Which I grant to some, may be an acquired taste.
Today, I'm sorting out some figs to eBay and sell and found some WW2 French to market. So 'natch my crusty ol' brain thinks of this song. It's really a good sing-a-long.
To coffee and untold wealth from eBay!
Remember to point your guns the right way.
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Labels: music, useless ramblings
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