I normally don't do Kickstarter but if you like a good outdoor game I can highly recommend this one. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/715699766/kingdoms-lawn-game-1
Also here is a longer list of panels that range from silly to academic. May your free time escape you for a month watching these.
Do you like academic panels about music and video games? need something to binge watch? Here you go
The pains of buying a new mattress when you are a person who is both tall and large. It is tricky to get the right manufacturing processes to ensure that after a few months the thing wont sag under your weight. Just when I think I got it...the price hits :( it is going to be a doozy but will need to call on Monday due to some address stuff
A QA analyst who dabbles in research projects to do at various conventions, also streaming
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