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Sherman A1

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Poll on what we should call this new economy

Just after the "Esteemed" Mr Trump somehow was heading to the Oval Office I heard the stock market surge referred to as The Trump Bump. Now that the situation seems to be heading downhill what should we call it?

Warlord Games

For those in the table top miniatures community.

I picked up their new release The Cruel Seas a couple of weeks ago. Friday they dropped 10 pages of errata for a book that runs 107 pages in total about half of that being rules and scenarios. Following the discussions on a couple of Facebook groups and The Miniatures Page (TMP) it appears that they do not intend to replace the rule books for those who have already invested in the game system. The best that can be hoped for is a release of a corrected Quick Reference Sheet that can be downloaded and printed on your dime or wait until the 2nd printing of the rules comes out, then you can buy a corrected version.

This release was also plagued with packing errors in the sets. Items were mispacked and parts were missing forcing them to put a downloadable set of wake markers online as well.

They Shall Not Grow Old

The documentary of WWI done by Peter Jackson (Lord of the Rings) and the Imperial War Museum.

Got to see it last evening and I encourage all to try to attend one of the limited screenings. Well worth the price and the time.

Under Investigation: Sen.-Elect Josh Hawley For His Conduct As Missouri Attorney General

Not that anyone really expects anything to happen to the "charming" Little Josh, but it's nice to see some investigation into his conduct.

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley is under investigation for possibly using "public funds" in his bid for U.S. Senate, the Secretary of State's Office announced Thursday.

Deputy General Counsel Khristine Heisinger said in a letter that the office will "commence an investigation" but didn't provide more details. The letter was addressed to the left-leaning American Democracy Legal Fund, which requested the investigation.

Hawley beat Democratic U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill on Nov. 6, and will resign as AG in January before becoming a senator next month.

An Oct. 31 Kansas City Star article said Hawley, a Republican, had consultants from his U.S. Senate campaign talk with state-paid staffers. The article, which was based on emails and other documents obtained through public records requests, also said that consultants ran meetings with senior staffers and were included on emails about state business.

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