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I worked near there a few years back.  Used to spend my lunch hours doing a slow intelluctual soak, one room one day, then next room the next...

Great place

The virtual tour looks a little strange, because not used to seeing it with no people...
Books & Reading / Heroes of Normandy - The Untold Stories
« Last post by Thrawn on Today at 12:46:20 AM »
Lock 'n Load Publishing is excited to announce a compilation of short stories using characters found in our Lock 'n Load Tactical Heroes of Normandy game. We have brought together four excellent writers to tell these exciting stories. These stories will be provided as an audiobook, in paperback and, as a hardcover book. Here is a quick five-minute format of the first story in audiobook form.

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Computer Wargaming / Re: Kingdom Come: Deliverance
« Last post by SirAndrewD on Today at 12:15:40 AM »
I tried one map and could never find the treasure.

Most of them will be around interesting sites, and a large number are in graves.

There are a few youtube videos that show off the locations more accurately, but I was hesitant to use those.  It was a bit harder just following the map, but with some trial and error it can be done. 

The stuff in the chests can occasionally be a bit OP though.
Current Events / Re: RIP Billy Graham
« Last post by Greybriar on Yesterday at 10:44:32 PM »
He was a television evangelist. Rest in peace, Billy.
Computer Wargaming / Re: Call of duty returning to World War II
« Last post by Greybriar on Yesterday at 10:30:31 PM »
Is this worth $39?

Worth A Buy doesn't seem to think so:

Computer Wargaming / Re: Stellaris
« Last post by solops on Yesterday at 10:14:36 PM »
Yeah, that's the point. If I have to play with starlanes, then I like Polaris Sector better (arguably better than Stellaris with or without starlanes). Different FTL was one of the things that made Stellaris really buzz for me. Now they are gone and Stellaris is just one more of a host of the same old thing, though it is admittedly very well done.
Sports / Re: Auburn Football "Running Their Own University"?
« Last post by airboy on Yesterday at 09:32:51 PM »
I read this, and it is a non-story rehash.  I know all of the economists mentioned in this story (or unmentioned with what they have on their doors).  By "know them" I mean that I know them very well.  Remember my econ background and research.

There was a good reason they were kicked out of the College of Business. 
There was a good reason why they came very close to being dissolved as a department. 
And there are very good reasons why Liberal Arts is trying to get rid of them. 

They are the only department at any school I've ever worked for or been a student at that cannot get along with anyone ever.
Sports / Re: 2017-2018 Consolidated Hoops Thread
« Last post by airboy on Yesterday at 09:29:19 PM »
Auburn beat Alabama last night with only 7 scholarship players, down two starters, and a third starter had a gimpy ankle.

Heron the #2 scorer was scratched 30 minutes before game time with a stomach bug.  He was hospitalized and on IV fluids.  This left 7 scholarship players against an Alabama team that was much taller and played 10 people.

And Auburn outrebounded them and won by 19.  Auburn just wanted the win a lot more than Alabama did.  They played a lot harder, especially on the boards.  And they really did this with 6 people since Horace Spencer was in serious foul trouble the entire game.  Honestly, Alabama should have easily won this game except they did not play as a team, did not hustle, and did not really fight for rebounds.  I would have been angry if I was a Bama fan and lost the opportunity to sweep Auburn.

Auburn only needs to win one of their last 3 games to clinch the regular season.  This has been one of the most enjoyable seasons of Mens BB that I've followed closely during my lifetime - and that includes a ton of the UNC teams going back to 1980.

Teams cannot exceed their potential, but they almost never play up to their potential.  This year Auburn did - even if they lose the rest of their games because they are so thin.
Music, TV, Movies / Re: Decades Feeder Bracket - Wild Card 90s Week 6 Final 4
« Last post by MetalDog on Yesterday at 09:25:20 PM »
The joy, and sorrow, of doing these is that there's only going to be one left standing at the end of it all.  Maybe we can petition the band of the winning song to let us use it as the GrogCast music bed.
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