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Wrestlers! Management has asked you to stick around and put together a dark match to keep the fans in their seats. There isn't enough time to choreograph the whole match, so it is up to you to put on and improvise the best match possible. The only requirement is there are specific spots management wants you to hit because the fans want to see what the fans want to see! Can you put on the most electrifying match and keep the fans cheering or will the only sound you hear after the 1-2-3 be the sound of crickets?
Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at 3:06PM
This one is for a friend who is visiting. I stained the wood, screwed this stuff in, and now he can do whatever he wants with it. I hope one of those things will be safely bring it on the plane and the second thing is I hope he opens a beer with it.
Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 4:50PM
Monday, April 24, 2017 at 4:48PM
In this game, the deck of cards you play with represent the ebb, flow, move sets, and pacing of the two wrestlers in the match. The five pairs of cards on the top represent the spots you are trying to achieve for the match (every match has five spots). With the five cards in your hand, you are trying to manipulate them to equal the sum of the pair your are currently on.
I'm not doing the best explaining the game rules at the moment, but that's because I'm still working out the kinks of scoring. I will say, however, I've played five games and enjoy it way more than anything else I've built for this series. Perhaps I have a winner or at least a participation award.
The lot of us build a fence. I think there were 163 slats. I wielded the nail gun for over an hour. Whew!
Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 8:34PM
Ultimately a 2.5 pound rack of baby back ribs, membrane removed, salt and peppered, tightly wrapped in foil in a roasting pan, in the oven for four hours at 275 F. Afterwards you put it on broil for 4 minutes with BBQ sauce.
Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 8:29PM