Brian Chavez
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Board games!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Matt B Nov 5, 2013. 17 Replies

Hello, Since I graduated a few months ago, I've discovered the joy of not dedicating all my free time to homework. So I've downloaded and have been playing a good handful of board games on my…Continue

i'll see your Hi, and raise you an How do you do!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Claude Nov 6, 2013. 2 Replies

well hello AoM forum. i've been a long time reader of the blog, but just decided to jump on to the forum since i finally have time to do something besides homework. a little be about me, I'm a…Continue

 

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Brian Chavez replied to Paul_of_TX's discussion Indoctrination??? in the group The Great Debate
"here you go, broken down by race over the last ten years.  http://www.cdc.gov/teenpregnancy/LongDescriptors.htm "
Nov 7, 2013
Brian Chavez replied to Paul_of_TX's discussion Indoctrination??? in the group The Great Debate
"if i was writing a paper for school, or an article for a paper, then yes you are completely right. but as far as this forum is concerned i prefer not to dedicate too much time to trying to refine ideas, that would end up being a HUGE post, not just…"
Nov 7, 2013
Brian Chavez replied to Robert Brown's discussion man up, whats the most awesome thing you have ever done?
"that's easy, i proposed to my now fiance, WITHOUT A RING!  second to that, finally earn by bachelors degree, (the first in my family, on my dads side)  third, umm... moved to san francisco. alone.  "
Nov 7, 2013
Brian Chavez replied to Kyle's discussion Fear of dancing - Wedding party intro help?
"your few minutes of ego driven embarrassment will leave a lifelong fond memory for your friend (since it's their wedding). "
Nov 7, 2013
Brian Chavez replied to Paul_of_TX's discussion Indoctrination??? in the group The Great Debate
"ok out of 4 articles you cite, one no longer exists, but is from a Conservative news organization who's "sole mission is to expose and neutralize the propaganda arm of the Left: the national news media. 1"  which brings in the…"
Nov 7, 2013
Brian Chavez replied to Christopher's discussion Making your own "stuff"
"i've always have had an obsession with building my own stuff. recently i've been studying up on making my own chess set (board and pieces) from scrap/reclaimed/scavenged wood. but i have to acquire a lathe to turn my own pieces. before…"
Nov 7, 2013
Claude replied to Brian Chavez's discussion i'll see your Hi, and raise you an How do you do!
"Glad to have you.  Welcome!"
Nov 6, 2013
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Nov 6, 2013
Matt B replied to Brian Chavez's discussion Board games!
"A bunch of my college buddies loved Munchikan but I never got much into it. In high school I loved playing Attack:…"
Nov 5, 2013
Brown Fox replied to Brian Chavez's discussion Board games!
"RISK! The map, the cards, the little armies you pile up, the alliances that you keep and break. What can be more satisfying than conquering the world? I was an unofficial champion of the game in college. The first thing the other players would…"
Nov 5, 2013
Evan Richard Robinson replied to Brian Chavez's discussion Board games!
"Just googled and it sounds like loads of fun!"
Nov 5, 2013
Karl Helweg replied to Brian Chavez's discussion Board games!
"I had the opportunity to play this game before the release last March and bought a copy but cannot find anyone to play.  http://abneypark.com/market/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=312 There is a new version???   I am…"
Nov 5, 2013
Andrew replied to Brian Chavez's discussion Board games!
"Arkham Horror is a fun one!"
Nov 5, 2013
Andrew replied to Brian Chavez's discussion Board games!
"Dominion is probably one of my favorites (although it isn't a board game).  My favorite board game is probably the Firefly game."
Nov 5, 2013
Rory Average replied to Brian Chavez's discussion Board games!
"My wife and I play often, along with Munchkin and Unexploded Cow. Hilarious and fun. As far as board games go....Arkham Horror!"
Nov 5, 2013
Matt T. replied to Brian Chavez's discussion Board games!
"Played it enough to be tired of it at this point.  Much like it's family-friendly counterpart, Apples to Apples, I feel Cards Against Humanity is fun until you play it enough to recognize all the questions/answers.  After that, it…"
Nov 5, 2013

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