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What do you know, Chris Baty was right

Writing a sequel is substantially harder, if only because there are so many constraints!
(That's not just the case for Nanowrimo, but it's a lot more overhead and time pressure given the same amount of overall time.)

In other news: A student taught me how to play cribbage today (kindasorta) and I went and looked it up, and commandeered one of my grandmother's solitaire decks. Now I'm hooked! Just what I needed, another chronophage...

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Banazir

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taiji_jian
Nov. 24th, 2005 04:11 pm (UTC)
So, Bill, if you are a cardgame noob (which I deduce from the fact that you did not have a deck handy, but pirated your elderly relation's *solitaire[1] deck* - EYE ASK YEW!) cribbage may not be your best bet at getting into them.

[1] Hmm, either that, or your "grandmother" is actually a codename for a young sexy member of the Chonese Sikrit Poliz who has been reading too much of my cousin's material.
banazir
Nov. 24th, 2005 06:28 pm (UTC)
Lies! Flames! Trolls! FLIMFLAM!
All your young sexy Poliz are belong to us!

I am, in fact, not a cardgame n00b. However, I get busy and my decks have ways of disappearing. No, it's not magic; as it happens it is my younger cousins who take them to play with.

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Banazir
taiji_jian
Nov. 24th, 2005 08:15 pm (UTC)
Mmmm... Magic cards!

You need a good casino supply store.
discoflamingo
Nov. 27th, 2005 04:41 pm (UTC)
Cribbage contains so many basic combinatoric principles - that's why I love it!
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