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1. the enfield chimera
the enfield chimera
You know griffins, and basilisks, and cockatrices...but do you recall, the least famous chimera of all? The enfield? One of the least known chimeras, the enfield is a mythological beast most commonly (when seen at all) used in European heraldry especially in England and Ireland. It is most famous...
Culture & Society - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 07:03:17
2. Dungeons and Dragons Miniatures Guild Clark County Nevada
Dungeons and Dragons Miniatures Guild Clark County Nevada
The Dungeons and Dragons Role Playing Game isn't the only way you can have fun with your minis! Challenge yourself and your friends with this strategy game of combat and exploration set in the Dungeons and Dragons Universe! Break out ALL of your minis (you might even find that you want to buy som...
Hobbies, Games & Toys - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 07:01:31
3. Nintendo Gameboy Micro
Nintendo Gameboy Micro
Allow me to introduce the best hand-held gaming device ever made, the Nintendo Gameboy Micro! This system came out in 2005, shortly after the release of the first Nintendo DS. Thus, the DS stole its thunder and many people did not find out how great the Micro is. So, I've made this lens in tribut...
Video Games - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 07:05:16
4. Rifftrax: They Don't Make Movies, They Make Fun of Them!
Do you love to watch movies? If they are really bad (or even if they aren't), do you enjoy making fun of them? Adding your own dialog? Answering the stupid questions that characters ask? Me too! It makes even the most mind crushingly dull and boring movie fun! Joel Hodgson (called Joel Robinson ...
Entertainment - Wed, 12 Jan 2011 14:37:30
5. Why Struggle With Barbed Wire Gates?
People spend so many days and so many dollars building miles of barbed wire fences, some of which are very well made, yet when it comes to gates, they settle for a simple loop of wire or a piece of rope to keep the gate shut. Why? If the fence is tight enough to serve its purpose, using gate loop...
home-and-garden - Fri, 21 Sep 2012 18:54:28

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