Some Advice. Don't Challenge A Man And His Family.

Some Advice. Don't Challenge A Man And His Family.
You know, you'd figure people would have a general idea its not a good thing to get in the way of a man and his family.   You're never going to be safe, and death comes on silent, swift wings when you least expect it as patience being taught first order to a young hunter. Best advice I can give anybody...   A threat? No. A simple consequence. Lesser men die for far less than noble reasons. "There is no greater victory than to fall from this world a free man." -and a free man chooses his own causes. Honor is lost on those of no worth and very few things hold more dear to heart than the bonds of love and pride in that, challenging these cannot go without facing that consequence. Ever.   You simply are not in a world where you can expect weak minded response and...
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Why I Do What I Do...

Why I Do What I Do...
Future historians will surely grow bored after recounting the last 50 years I'm sure. It will be pock marked with the regression our species decided to embark upon. Seek to change that. Teach your children of past artists, thinkers, and dreamers and inspire them through your own passions. Learn Latin today. Peruse Egyptian, Celtic, and Native American art, and lose your breath at the wonder and accomplishments of Greek, Roman and Italian architecture. Find solace in contempl ating other views by immersing yourself in Bedouin Folk music, Middle Eastern percussion, Jazz, Mongolian Throat Singing, Irish Flute and Joe Satriani. Remember that your future library can either be enjoyed by candlelight on a winter's eve, and your collections provoke closed eyes and spatial travel to far away times and places in the minds of little ones not yet able to see past the current state of our being, or, lost to...
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Gaming Hall Introduction

Gaming Hall Introduction
Well Hell. All this scurrying about and I find myself wanting, no, needing to add a pursuit of the guilty pleasure type to my already dwindling time alotted daily.  I actively involved myself with table top gaming going back to the 80's. Eventually as time passed, I found a joy in working with miniatures. I spent years developing skills and somewhere between having my first child and a career it got shoveled into a few chests. The pursuit of the fantasy kept creeping back in one form or another, be it re-enactment or even my business aims in the casting realm over time. Electronic gaming in the 90's and beyond.   Since I have refined the other side of my studio, that old desire has pecked at my shoulder from time to time and recently I found that I happen to have everything here to pretty much design, build and...
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