21 Burst results for "Carcassonne"

"carcassonne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:00 min | 2 months ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"carcassonne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:34 min | 2 months ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Write them inspired by the race even better. Let's play with gavin 'em for the moment. Thank you very much francois. Thank you thank you tomorrow tomorrow. Also to basically took Hello catch talk two turn can't..

"carcassonne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

07:32 min | 2 months ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Francois well. I'll go for the word of the day. I is a matter. A matter is the same whereas in english amateur even though infringe sometimes it gets the strange overtones like are you're just an amateur unique animator means. You're no good you not doing. You know what when amateur could be very noble thing you you think because you love things. Why do i did pick that word today because we were in kion and keno is as a very interesting supports background not in cycling well in second as well because one of the longest standing criterion new postal question. The kids are the key. The key criterium Is is one of the longest standing and it was one of the best in terms of prices as well so that as the strong psyching pass their. They're they're baffled. Known for the rugby bast and actually they were french. Champions in nineteen twenty nine. I'm we drove past the rugby today on. This is tiny. i mean. it's a small town. It is very some sun but the thing that happened in the nineteen twenties is still called. Us kion and it's a club that had been it'd been fashioned from scratch by an industrial hotter hot maker. John bull who actually anticipated the era of professionalism chappel to him put him yeah by and at the time what he did. He plundered internationals from other clubs to launch the first three professional team in rugby but as it was nineteen twenty nine. He was sixty years before rugby became professional. This contested approach led international bowl. Baltic exclude franz from international. Right billion nineteen thirties. Because they actually when they play the final of the french championship in nineteen twenty nine. He was so violence on the pitch. That i mean. Even the the press of the time you know fund that absolutely disgusting While they were they were playing against listener. And the the coach of lasagna. With a guy johnson. Did you also known as the sultan was known in french. Shrug israel as one of the most violent I mean this guy had a skeleton hanging from the in addressing rooms in in the dresser reserved for the referee. There was was hanging and time this the referee. Who say what does this well. That's a referee. Didn't like you know that was the kind of thing. So i just quickly a few few words from lamilla this. Which was the the newspaper likely. Keep under the though in nineteen twenty nine year old match was a succession of bros. Pitched battles of single combats interrupted from time to time by few good class. Rugby moves the players fought under the eye of the director of the game with any seaver. Sev- severe sanction being applied to repress improprieties brutalities of one or the other we saw this unique spectacle of players leaving the ball side fighting with punches and kicks then separated by the referee yet. Getting rid of the referees intervention violence to resume the fight with bare fists. That was rugby in the day. Well that's what i starting. I can't believe i mean. The population of kion is three thousand. Two hundred thirty eight is tiny and for a time this history to win. The french showmanship for to have variety is quite amazing and it was an so actually all these guys playing for for key on the international bowl said while you not amateurs your your professional and the result of that was that fr franz were kicked out of the five nations tournament time of the finnish championship by international board. And well didn't make it back until world were to actually so now you all because of keenum because of this small place. Yeah the foot of the pyrenees. France was kicked out of international rugby. That was the word of did end the story of the do but kion assad story but the of the day she's of the day is called to met the copier. It's it looks absolutely great on paper. You know so. It was made with gosh wine so call now. She's one of my favorite grapes in the village of villa tree to land. It's an unpasteurized sheep's mythic cheese producing the pictures and rugged kabale region and which is done for swine honey and go cheese and actually there was only one femme in that that that cheese In the area and was led by capo the doni shelter and john w dooney and the actually said it. Two or three months of age in each cheese was washed twice a week with salt water and then sprayed with nash. The local hamble called a fortified wine. That's sixty percent alcohol content. Can you imagine Unfortunately they return those donate Farmers and it seems that the nobody took over and the tomb it. The cobb year disappeared in the. You know in the past of the french cheese making so i mean if anybody lives in the area and if you familiar with copy and you find to medical beyond still been may well let us know because i'd really like to to to taste the cheese. It's like a dad language. I mean it's is anybody there is is alive is tasted it. How intriguing high sat as you say. Absolutely well we are in the perez now very much. So aren't we. It feels very paran- m very greenhills. The sun is well. It was shining directly on the mountain behind you. There franz very beautiful seen. It feels nice to be in the pair knees. I think the like the parents. I i liked appearance much more than i liked. The the alps because i find the You know it's it's not that rugged and he's very gray sometimes you got these big cliffs of rock and it's kind of aggressive and and the periods are never i mean never so scary or frightening the like software like hospitable mountains you know and so yeah like the appearance better than i do. I asked i asked graduates very often. The question they ask all the time you prefer appearance of the audiard's and why is that because some guys dwelling appearance and other dwells dwell in the arts and yamato no second over owned in. The juicy told me that maybe to do an allergies. 'cause he said he was always sneezing yards and never in the pyrenees who knows. Wow well listen. I'm before we go tonight. We're going to play out where we're gonna play with a gas song of the day. This comes from gavin francis. Who's is from london. King masters racer london. Dynamo cycling club. He tells me and he's composed a song and it's inspired by your description of taty picacho as the boy prince kate. You listen to this earlier didn't you. It's really good. It's impressive sentence lyrics as well so we were able to study. Them is excellent. It's very craftwork. Isn't it nice. Like elektrostal. But and i really. I mean i think we should. We should ask our listeners. Issue if you issued a singing talent or you know sent sender front so of course you know i mean i. I still be paid to do less. So please send songs and right been sparked some hope by the race even basser..

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"carcassonne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

05:48 min | 2 months ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Go i'm twenty five percent off good to hear from lionel. They're just before the break and We bid them adieu. And we'll i'll be in into. We'll see him soon. Am i think he enjoyed his few days at especially the last night. Francois that was very entertaining evening. It wasn't it was excellent. Yeah really good they wanna make give you any full more here kate but it was a very anthony evening. That will be. Monday's kilometer zero as well are are meeting with the winemaker robert eden. What a character. He was a great find by francois. 'em brewery look ahead to tomorrow's big stage to andorra am which we'll preview of that from two laverick in a moment but there was one thing you want to say about this stage. Yeah i thought that today one of the most interesting developments was that this was really the first day like the first real day where we saw you a form first of all like a train and really try and seize control of what was a completely out of control stage from the very beginning it was full gas all the time constant attacks it was like one hundred kilometers of insanity every mauricio me today that everyone wanted in that breakway because they knew that breakway was going to win and so eventually. Uae being the protector of the ele- jersey got so tired of chasing down these constant surges and attacks like really surely do tire out the legs that they decided around one hundred kilometers to go that they were gonna shut it down And they were. I guess somewhat successful at this they but you could tell that they were a little bit disorganized. That they're still not quite there. I don't know it's not necessarily clear. For example. who's the road captain like. Who is calling the shots on the road like it. All seems still kind of fractured. And even though they managed to calm things eventually it took them like ten kilometers to calm things and during those ten kilometers gilmore tan escaped in ben o'connor fashion or whatever and part of it is that part of i guess they were kind of fine with gilmore ten escaping even though he was on d.c because he will he still was so far back that even if they gave him five minutes. It wouldn't mean anything but also at the same time. I think it speaks to the fact that there was just holes in the defense. So it's one or the other depending on leg. It's like vanilla or chocolate right. You can choose the more flattering explanation or you can choose. The i guess honestly does not There's not the rotc upton. That's the thing that missing dead. Their injuries was well. Brennan might empty So on my was the most experienced rider in the team. So so maybe cost of this guy. But but i but i think the decision not to chase on o'connor that the stage and not just be beyond not is made by. You know somebody else you know acting. I acting in the shadows. I mean i mean th the obviously the saaf said you know. Don't don't bother about ben o'connor and he was as we so i couldn't hold on a second place and the way the same applies to yomata. I'm not saying that there is contempt for these guys be maters already top. Twelve top eleven to writer. But i my impression is that they don't think that these guys are really he's not he's not i mean it's teams the are eyeing the podium that ruined regard him as a threat and it was. It was a bit disappointing. Here patrick conrad save his sitting on the group when you look tonight group and thought they should be able to get back mowlem back if they'll work but e can't really commit fully if you've got a guy like patrick cornered sitting on and it seems a bit of a poor excuse not to work to be perfectly illness gilmar. We can't we can't just completely brush past his achievement first philosopher on the podium of this. But you know he's he's an interesting guy. Well you spoke to a couple of days ago. I spoke to him before the other stall yesterday. Actually a ni- he. While i asked him about the the way e e so you know a forecast the pyrenees and he told me that you know because the end at the beginning of the tour. He said he was going for stage. Wins like you know. All all the riders when the the gopher g see for a couple of years and then when they see that you know the varma yet the only thing they can hope for would be at best top five hundred went if really the overperform after he say. Okay forget the the. Let's forget the top ten. Let's go for stage wins. And that's that was the philosophy without any you know you're not under at the start of the student fronts. Any any found himself with that kind of philosophy without the pressure of riding conservatively for in in nine hours. So it's me. it's only that well. Obviously he was hoping to keep these position also said the positions now. I mean it was yesterday are so i mean the gaps. So why you've got gaps halfway through the tour that gops you. You don't even get sometimes in paris that he thought that that the guests were so used. He was absolutely certain you. At memories would would let him go if you went so he knew it was cooking. Now the thing is the not going to drop the matter. Very much in the mountains So so so really is aggressive. You know an will going for its attitude is probably the best is probably going to. I mean you never know in that speculation but given his tracks in the mountains. And we've got a very long periods program until wednesday It'll be very difficult to to topple yomata from the top five or six. I guess.

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"carcassonne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

07:12 min | 2 months ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Your loss stay on the tour line on and you were here to witness a piece of history and i mentioned you've seen probably most if not all of his stage wins. You missed a couple of star. This tour missed a couple of star of this tool might have missed Paris depending on which years went into parish for the final day. But yeah. I did stand on the finish line. And just think back to that historic moment really in chateau ruin two thousand nine the ninth of july the same date. Well there we are. I didn't know that. Actually i'm it was. It was an extraordinary really to witness it. And i must admit when i wasn't here at the star of the tool knowing this was one of the potential stories that might really shape the race. I was kind of hoping that he might wait till valance to win the first one. I'm a purely selfish reasons. But i think the testimony tomorrow common issues comeback. Really is the fact that he's come back to the two of the franz. I'm one four stages just as he did in two thousand sixteen which was the last time he won any stages in the tool. I do take his point about comparison between himself and eddie merckx. I mean not the same of writer at all but the beauty of this particular record state wins is that it is kind of open to anybody. In theory. a time trolleys could win thirty four tour de france time trials. I mean not in twenty year career. Marie leblanc would make a comeback and increase the number of time trials. I mean eddie. Murphy's thirty four wins were gathered between nineteen sixty nine and nineteen seventy five. Sixteen of them were time trials but he won flat stages he won mountain stages. And i don't think the fact that communist drawn level with that record is in any way an attempt to compare the two riders but it is a phenomenal record. I mean the fact that communist manage to match that when he really only had one discipline i mean yes there are lot sprint. Some years particularly in his real heyday and two thousand eight nine ten. You know half a dozen or more opportunities for him to win he could afford to lose a few and still bag. Four five six day twins a year but the fact that he has won thirty four sprint stages of the tour i think is absolutely extraordinary and when you factor in the years two thousand seventeen eighteen nineteen and twenty when he crashed as a result of the saigon incident in twenty seventeen finished miles outside the time limit. Larosiere in two thousand eighteen. Remember we stood up that thomas won the stage. The last rider inside the time limit was around thirty one minutes down. Marquette was over an hour down. And because of the finnish larosiere the whole tour to franz had to stay up there and wait for communist to cross the line before it was really symbolic day. Because we saw thomas basically taking a stranglehold on the yellow jersey and cavendish both of the same era but seemingly a totally different ends. You know what's also remarkable for me is thinking about all the sprinters who have emerged over the last thirteen fourteen years and appeared to knock come. The shelf is parts. You know marcel kissel even like dylan granola again. A couple of years ago we were of the view that these young sprinter to capt emerging. We're we're we're gonna finish communist and he's seen them all off. I mean over a remarkable period of time I'd say the you know one of his points that he makes where he doesn't want to. He doesn't want to view his two wins as a whole two volume. Each one individually. I kind of appreciate that tonight more. Because i think this is a really hard fault when they're all difficult but there are times when it looks he makes it look quite easy. This really hard tonight. A lot to do and it was a chaotic. Finish and you could tell the post stage with sent peaking that he had gone very deep indeed which might have implications over while sunday stage in particular also when when you win thirty four stages of the tour de france. Obviously they come. They come all be the same. I mean if mario cipollini another great sprinters that twitter of the saguenay. Serie one all sprints the same way mock governors on this sort of france. You know kind. As i said before one is prince a little bit the cipollini way with with with the train but remember when he came back. You know to win in twenty sixteen in all those years that we were all saying time is the end of trains you know i. It's not up to the individual talent to do. He was also able to win. Sprints like this the to last that long when when did the evolution of the the by the evolution of the mentality volition of the even if the strategy of the tactic and and is still there is is really remarkable. You could you can always say because it's a fact that okay There aren't any great sprinters left in there. Were probably not many of the except you. But i mean we ever seen in friendlies up onto utah. Absentees are always wrong. I mean so i mean it's not coverage fought if peter sagan crash crash i mean is there is during the year that that mattered and i mean one by one. Did you know that the sprinters who had a chance to challenge him are gone and the second aspect of i wanted to to to point out. Of course we will get back to it. But it's the the goal making machine of the quickstep with biking and train and because what's even more interesting. Striking surprising with the quickstep train is that you could understand that. Okay the change. The last part of the rockets you know but the debase remains the same. It's not the case you know. They didn't have team to clear five years ago. They didn't have casper as green Ten years ago. I mean the guys change more as well and keeps and the trend keeps rolling which is very is one of the things. I've found great about sports and the cycling as a team sport as well. Is that a team philosophy at a team. Approach to two things is kind of a larger than than than than than people taking part in it. I mean the the tradition of of sprinting in that team regardless of the guys are is is just amazing while what would say that that stems from the man in charge. Patrick lafayette avenue. Well we're going to hear more from him next week but let's hear a little bit from part of the fair from the start this morning. He lost money leftover team. It was about money. i didn't have to dimona. He asked and another team. These and viaduct to cashew purchase. Two this.

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"carcassonne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

06:31 min | 2 months ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Seventeen today wigan caucus. We're not allowed to talk about the records with mark. The eddie marks record. What do you think it means for him to draw level with the grace of all time. these really beautiful but now now that is more. He did it and the humidity where we open tonight with d. ballerini the to couldn't quick set writer who was to in front of mark cavendish and played a part in. Can i say it. We have to bleep it. a record. Mark calmed his record-breaking thirty fourth stage win equalling record-equalling. Did i say breaking sorry record ahead of myself. Oh no. I'm with vinyl bernie. How the richard tommaso. We are going to be talking a lot about mark. Cavin dishes feet. Today we're going to hear from more from ballerini from his lead. Michael markov who almost one and he was asked whether he had put the brakes on andrew. We'll hear a little bit from patrick lefevre as well but we're all fronts while we have to. We have to tell people where we are. Yes we're we're we're in the beautiful little terrace so very southern french. You know under a tree drinking wine. We're in philly miniver. The the rest the risk in very near this place in in minnea- which is just around the corner and we're at a restaurant cook to conquer oxytocin. That that kathy belongs to the men we've been talking to and we'll we'll discuss that later An englishman call road eden. And it makes some of the most beautiful winds. I've i've had in the past ten years probably for chateau mary's and we you know when we knew we were going to on. I told the guys that's no way we can to focus on and not pay a visit to shut somalis feeling minova so and we've been speaking to him for about the last hour and it's fair to say that we are spending a little bit. Because he was quite a character was a force of nature wasn't he. We'll be hearing. We'll be hearing from him. Free organic biodynamic. Wine amazing amazing falah and well. Another amazing fowler was an action today in the twitter fronts in sprint and in his press conferences afterwards. But we'll get all the details at top line just about richard. This is a little bit free form. This evening because Well we we've been talking to robert eden for the last hour about wine which has been very pleasant but it was staged thirteen of the tour de france from neem to caucus on two hundred nineteen point nine kilometers a lot longer than yesterday stage which i had initially thought would be narrowed on sprint. We told this morning that we were stupid to expect to sprint yesterday. Well i don't know about stupid. But i mean all convention said yesterday would be the sprint. Today would be the break away but clearly there was some tired legs after the double of move onto and they took the opportunity to let the break go in some ways having seen today's course although it was long and the wind wasn't causing as much havoc today and it was a simple course apart from the road furniture which was tricky and cause some incidents that one non starter. This morning marco. Google of quebec next hash didn't start the race and Well after a few flurries at the beginning a break of three established. Itself sean bennett. Also of quebec. Next hash omar goldstein of israel startup nation pierrelatte of total energies. They went clear after twenty seven kilometers and Go approaching five minutes around about twenty five kilometers after that they would just left out there to earning quickstep. Did the job today that they didn't do yesterday. And they kept everything on a fairly tight leash and as we go to the last fifty kilometers the breakway riders were caught and before that there was a really damaging crash in peleton around thirty riders were involved including several writers. Had to pull out of the race. I eight team bike exchange and his teammate lucas. Hamilton and tim to clerk of the current quickstep was down as well and he crossed the line. Twenty one and a half minutes down inside the time limit the extent of his injuries. We're not too sure. And well. there was a little attempt by kontum pasha of being be to away solo. But that was never gonna go anywhere. A fairly chaotic little run into the finish. The first bunch sprint can remembering caucus on sunday the last two or three finishes caucus on it being decided by breakaway riders. Always actually standing right on the finish line i. I couldn't see a screen bucket here on of the country. And i knew that cutting quickstep were a great position and mark. Common dish was in the the box seat to win the stage and so it proved. They flashed across the line and mark coming. Put his arms in the air just vision of green really and it wasn't until a little bit later that i realized that the rider in blue right behind him what he teammate. Michael markov and yes but philipson with third no real changes to the g. See i'm but there. We are richard thirty four to the front stage. Wins equaling the record of eddie me sleeping. That well to be honest. Mark said the name eddie. Merckx stood in a press conference. I mean you couldn't avoid spos- but to say once again. I mean in the in the past and before the what if you bits it would see if if the language changes but so far yet yet you know kind of shied away from saying the name is said the name today but he told the press journalists. I'm really asking that. Only people don't know anything about cycling with compare him to eddie merck's. It was kate who asked the question. The press conference actually By the record Somebody had to. She drew the short straw. And yeah. I mean he. He made that very valid point. That you cannot compare him with with any merck's Which is absolutely true. And i don't know if that is the root of his reluctance to to talk about it. But you know eddie murphy. One thirty four very different stage than mark harness one thirty four sprint. Stages is a phenomenal achievement. And we'll be talking about it for most of this episode..

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Jose Antonio Vargas

Asian Enough

02:45 min | 1 year ago

Jose Antonio Vargas

"Much of the Gideon character and for the listeners that don't know Gideon is your son in the show. WHO's like gone off to Los Angeles to be a stump person? How much of Gideon is modeled after you like the Bigshot who laughed? He's not really involved to me. It's like you know I guess we might have used like slang lingo that we've just heard you know just working. Working in the industry, but for us it was really about like. If you were a famous pastor, you know in the south in this region light. What would be the last thing that you think you'd want your kid to go? Do and for us like in this world? It felt like Jesse would hate if his son went off and became a part of leftists Hollywood. That would be his. At the ultimate thing that that he would, he would probably hate that more than him. Being Satan worshippers, and so it just felt like a funny thing to sort of give him in, riled him up and I think it's a way that his son is a gideon for all the bad stuff he does in the season. You know ultimate the end of the day. He's just trying to get out from the shadow of his family and Carcassonne Path and so you know I think sometimes we can know we can push our kids into. into the lake, being opposed to the stuff, that's important to us just purely because they want to have their own running room. Has Your aunt watched the show your aunt? That's the minister and what? We're her thoughts, because like what was the challenge for you? In terms of the balance of not making fun of this community? No, she did watch. She send me little emails every day after she finished it and even the last one she was like. That's what it's all about. That's what the show adds up to. She's like that's what. That's what it's about right there about all the nonsense. It's about just that forgiving each other opening your heart to one another so for me. It was like you know look. I, know that at the type of humor we do from just from the sort of the lines. We cross the language we use and. I know that it's off putting to people and it's not anything that I'm attempting to try to like Oh. This has to appeal to everyone. I've found that I like the comedies that don't appeal to everyone. I like stuff that specific in. And I feel like there's like a challenge to kind of like jump through some hoops of tastes before you get to the to the center, and so I guess for me. Just you know I didn't want the I didn't want what pissed off about the show to be that like I was like speaking down to someone who believed in this stop, because ultimately like like I was earlier I don't know what the hell. I believe I'm not. Not Trying to have some standpoint, so if people didn't like it because of the language, or because of the nature of it, or how many male Dick's show? That's okay I'm okay with people, not liking it. That reason I didn't want it to be something that I wrapped up some controversy that it was like you know just trying to make fun of people who believe in something I don't know it's just not something I find

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"carcassonne" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on /Film Daily

"And I mentioned madness is very interesting thing is the first edition was essentially a dungeon crawler where a group of people plays. Investigators exploring a mansion that's being built as explore various rooms or mashing or dungeon where you wanna call it and one player plays all the monsters and threats and creatures in the mansion in places as evil itself. Like throwing things at them making it harder for them through roadblocks by with monsters and second dish in takes away the player playing the mastermind and replaces them with an app is in fully cooperative game. Now where you pick an adventure and the mobile app spite on an I pad, preferably. We'll tell you which room to build next will add NBC characters. You can talk to will randomly introduce threats. Anytime you play a mission L change AO the map. So it always gets fresh never playing the same thing twice. And as somebody who really liked liked bit in love for sedition, but always liked playing as a mastermind I was wary of that robing place by an app, but we played a four and a half hour game with this. It's. Long game, and we had had so much fun. There's some storytelling weirdness happens because you know, the app is randomly generating LA thing. So certain things don't make sense or don't lineup kind of roll with it. But being able to completely co-op with your team while this app. This throws nightmares at you. Throws mantras that you would like throws left balls in an and source throws curve, balls and left turns I had a we had a great time. And I'm not sure if I'm gonna rush you go picture myself ESPN's, my brother-in-law has it and I know plate with him whenever I want to. But it is a very expensive game. But it is kaput, but fancy games always puts out a nice product looks grand the table and the app which is free to download if you in DC to gain the play really does a really fantastic job of raising attention. Keeping you on edge. Peter who played this one. Yeah. See I the first edition, and it was so hard to play like it was very fiddly. And that the person who would is it like, the dungeon master, whatever it is that's running it. It was a very intense job. Like, you had to know all the rules and bits and stuff. Like that. The second addition. I think might be one of my favorite games of all time at this point. I like board games that tell stories like this feels like I guess it feels like a video game in that you're exploring expansion and things are happening, and you're trying to uncover mystery and there's different scenarios have different stories. And they kind of I think connect together a little bit. But some of them are interesting like some like one of them, I played there was like people around the mansion, and it was almost like you had to it's like a game of clue yet like like go and talk to people and figure out like who is responsible for something. And then, you know, something bad happens in like some cultists come out, whatever happened. But. It's a lot of fun. I the, yeah, it's the times accidentally really funny like my character. It was the millionaire and he was during the game he want. He he went one direction down the hall down the alleyway everybody else with other direction, and they were fighting monsters and shooting things gang gun battle. Getting beaten. The hell am I was walking the diners walking the businesses and having a great time clicking goods getting getting a finding weapons learning information and having no fights with sounds like it should be boring, but ended up being hilarious because I imagine like the cross cutting between the the group in a massive gun battle of monsters screaming torn apart cut to their friend down the street in the diner to checking the waitress learning about the night. And it was just a really really funny in a way the game didn't intend, but because the alchemy of it ended up being really entertaining. Very cool. What else have you been playing? The I've been playing Nintendo. Switch version of Carcassonne Carcassonne is a very famous at this point European-style board..

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"carcassonne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Well, we heard their voices of Chris from Tom Damola on Matt, Damon, and the star of tonight's episode telling us about an event that happened early in the stage today when the writers were stopped, there was a protest by farmers. Fronts will give us the the reason for that. I'm sure they intricacies behind the protests and the the road with bales m my Haymond said, you know the the right is when they approached it didn't know what was family, didn't know it was a protest. It could have been anything. And I think there's a real heightened sense of apprehension anxiety around the tour with some of the terrorists attacks have happened in France last years, and he said, you know, one point he saw a tractor driving towards what, what light. It was just a tractor in a field. And then when they saw some of the protesters being strong armed by the police by the side of the road, it was a pretty scary moment I think for the writers. Well, yeah, and the police used some kind of agent, whether. Tear gas pepper spray to bring the protesters to heal. And of course that go into some of the ride is which is what Chris room was talking about meant for well, an uncomfortable few minutes. The race was stopped for around twenty minutes or so, and then neutralize and they go going again. So some guys didn't know what up at all. I mean as Yana deeper on the stage. I mean, it didn't get any tear gas. He said, you know what happened? I took to mothers, will you know the young French writer going for the wide jersey. He said, you know, yesterday what up and I thought it was actually Stroh flying about, you know that might have 'cause they're, they're probably breathing problems and so well to get to the, the groups of the stories apparently was very, very small group of of people farmers twenty, but twenty of them living in a very small park near Carcassonne farmlands Lapeer which is a bit odd because it means the trap. And while they were protesting because of apparently they're fearing for a future and the problem, the European Union, quite classic farmers problems, and they were obviously very determined and the the organizers and the police tried to negotiate with them too. So the to avoid while they're just wanted a little way so that the proton could go through the refused there. And that's when the incident gun came. And unfortunately, the win was headwinds million when they started to spray tear-gas on the farmers while with the with the head when it came back on the proton and on the guys who are there. So that's the I mean, there's a long tradition, long history of protests people using the third France to stage a protest, seen it for a fears, but it used to be pretty common that the police overreact today with the rest. Some pretty some images of some pretty strong business is the same thing. When you look at things from the point of view of the tour. Sort of frowns and kind of July party with kids and everything. You know, you always have the impression over reaction to the police, but I can tell you that in normal farmers demonstration with with, you know, with one hundred strong guys with attractors and the police is far more violent than what we've seen today the elevator. Please Lionel okay, rich stage sixteen from caucus onto Lucia on the second longest stage of the tour and the longest with mountains in it, two hundred nineteen Columbus. And that incident was farmers came after around thirty kilometers after some pretty hectic racing, and then there were some even more hectic racing afterwards. The break just wouldn't establish itself. It took one hundred and five kilometers for the break Takao. And when it did go almost a third of the peleton Renate forty-seven riders the the cups of the stage. If if you like were on the two Las climbs to portray desk pay and portio Phillips, you went over the top of their poor Titus. Bay in the lead on his own. His teammates Yuliana Felipe and eventual stage. Winner with behind Shabazz wail, slipped on a left hand bend, and he well, he lost control of these bike when over the brick wall and down into the ravine very worrying looking incident. Fortunately, he was able to get back up, get on his bike..

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"carcassonne" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on THEMOVE

"Loss. Backseat of Tim contusion team bus. I Fourteen-year-old mood be just like bring in stoke right now. When gore macro comes on, he's gonna look at me who's this. Tanked up was gonna come in a business suit or something. Yeah. Yeah, never been team bus before this time. Well, fellow frontier Neal's pull the district news daily person of the whole vase. Breakfast bonds. He doesn't approve. But. It is cool. You're saying that the Colombians are in mass for Nyra across the street, and they've got their musical and flags and vizier LA's, and that country has got so much pride. I remember during the Welte two years ago and rolling into Madrid. Run into Bogo. Talk leader stirs Colombian flags and Colombians everywhere. I wonder what that is. What like makes fun. BSO nationalistic versus other countries are a proud, cycling history. And I also think they have. They are proud proud people becoming. I mean, I don't know much about public school bar, but it seemed like he would have avoided avoided capture had he just left Columbia, betas refused to leave Columbia, and you see a lot of Colombian writers. They all they wanna do all season Cisco back to Colombia, the race back Columbia for ten days and come back to Europe's like they just love home and family and things such a big part of their culture. Probably place you check out, go do some writing. Yeah, this morning, man. I'm like pretty tired. Just kinda like this morning was the force morning. I've oke up like eating breakfast, kinda felt like a mission, especially the arrestee yesterday, so you're not necessarily super hungry. We've got two hundred twenty k. so it's a long. So you know, you need to eat them and got to the start and like their Colombians going crazy out front of the bus. And I was just like, I don't think I wanna go. The the bus driver turn on the music communities have some peace and quiet for what we have on here. This is like a movie soundtrack. What do we got? I don't know. Meals is planned something for the bus driver was playing on our way here. He's playing the doors which is about. That's like a perfect for me. That's like kind of get up and go music southern. This euro. I don't know. Remix. See the guys here since you're all SPD two or three layers. Yeah, two three layers applied. I start us like we just start to park the bus supply my first coat and then get dressed, put another coat on. And then during the meeting, do third third layer, are you just getting through today or. Being so flat in the beginning, all try to put Neal's and up in the break. And then if Zack has good legs be with him later on and who knows maybe we can try something late late on in the race, the climbs, we head into Spain for a bit today and sleep in Spain. Yeah, me too. Never been Hispanic said it. You've never been to stand no higher the mountains and. Quarter of serious people get on the bus won't catch. You're not allowed to hear escort me out. Thanks, everybody. Good. We were interrupted by the team meeting. Team. Ego, macaroni his hair. I told my other journalists, we gotta figure out that guy's story. Macaroni for the ambient? Well, both but macaroni there. So yeah, the Colombians are going nuts, IRO, no macro story. He used to be a cyclist US. And then he got in to business school somehow, lucky oil. Now he's worth three billion dollars and little of president, three billion dollars. That's part of. There's more and you went traveling around the tour, dealing staying your hotels billions of the p. mackerels coming. He's coming to this hotel and they're like, no, no, it's not gonna hotel like he's taken his jet to lose, and then a helicopter to Carcassonne and then take in today helicopter from Carcassonne to the finish in Paris, you possibly be fun. No, he's came on the Boston just, you know, he loves cycle and obviously a lot of money under this team. In general, you know, he's passionate about it and he just came in and asked us, you know, how's the mood? Was this good? And what do you guys? What more do you guys need from us? So I was gonna, say a couple of million dollars help. No, it's it's cool. Have the, you know. Financial backing of the race here and just realize that they are air watching Karen support..

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Amelia, Nigeria and Miami Jones discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:01 min | 3 years ago

Amelia, Nigeria and Miami Jones discussed on Global News Podcast

"The chief coach of the Nigerian national football team. Sally sue Yousef has been caught on camera taking cash. During a discussion about players selection. The footage was captured in September, twenty seventeen by controversial, Ghanaian journalists on us at Amelia on us who spent two years investigating African football officials for suspected corruption and bribery or Nigeria correspondent Miami Jones reports. Did you recorded by two on the cover reporters? She'll solicitor you SUV sitting in a hotel lobby. He takes a handful of cash from the reporters who say two thousand dollars. An this reporters were pretending to be football agents. They want to to Nigerian players to be picked for the then upcoming African nations championship also known as Chan. The two players eventually selected for the tournament, but no further money was requested or give into you. So there is no suggestion. The money to coach took impacted. He's playing selection, but fever, prohibits officials from collecting cash, gifts, misuse of is one of the most widely respected football coaches in Nigeria only was she not? Kelly is an idea in sports journalist on the local scene is idea, revered, because Niger today is ever finish are the two thousand eighteen Cheltenham disarmament fall locally based players. So and he's also managed the Subarus in an interim capacity before the appointment of the coin manager can draw. This man was always clean misuse of explicitly told reporters that selection for China was on form and consistency alone. His BBC. He received seven hundred and fifty dollars and not a thousand dollars, and that he believed their amount was permitted on the defer code as trivial and symbolic value and not an inducement to play the two players. He did not consider the rules against cash gifts to apply. In these circumstances and does not believe he's breached the rules of all the NF by any Jones reporting. And still to come in this podcast, physically exhausted my lungs. I cannot more arrive to literally shut myself like a cancer patient gets this how bad it is of the appalling. Air quality in the Indian capital has brought protestors onto the streets. And now tra- dramatic incident that brought the tour de France cycle race to a standstill today. Tom Ford is this covering the event for BBC sport, and he told me what happened about twenty nine kilometers into this two hundred nineteen columnists stage stage sixteen in the Tuta froze from Carcassonne to ban yet Lucio protests for some farmers who first of all, put some bales of hay in the road ahead of the riders. The police were always they're monitoring things on the roadside played as much of the biles away as they could as they did. So one of the policemen appears to have tried to pepper spray one of the contestants. And unfortunately, the wind has blown the pepper spray back onto the rider's as they attempted to several of them were forced to stop. The race was neutralized that means the race was stopped temporarily among those affected will world champion practice again, Slovakian and the man in the yellow jersey. The current race later guarant- Thomas. All right. Is now okay? They would trace it by the medical teams that we use. Water and wipes to clean their eyes on the race has restarted, but a worrying moment for this great bike rice. There have been several incidents involving spectators this year. Yes, they have one of the wonderful things about this quite but races how close you can get to to the racist as a spectator. You can stand on the road side. You can watch your heroes pass, literally inches away, particularly on the mountain stage when the riders are much more so you can get a wonderful view of the action. Unfortunately, Russa means that you can. You can do. You can throw things at the writers. We've seen both those things happening. We've also seen the great Italian might have in Chen's neighborly forced out of the rights after spectator lent into his path. Take a photo, the strap of the spectators camera than court around the handlebars of knee believes bike bringing into the ground and he broke a vertebrae and was forced to withdraw..

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U.S. judge allows lawsuit over end of immigrant protections to proceed

WBZ Morning News

02:57 min | 3 years ago

U.S. judge allows lawsuit over end of immigrant protections to proceed

"Five northbound after. A crash in Westford let's bring in Chris Culkeen Yes it was an, earlier. Crash northbound. Up in. Westford up by Boston road that is now clear Josh but what's happened is we have seven miles of backed up traffic, trying to filter its way out hopefully now that the crash has gone we'll. Start to see that traffic than out. As well, Josh all. Right my friend we'll check back. In with you in a few minutes here on WBZ the, family of New Hampshire journalist murdered. By ISIS did not know his. Image was being used in a Washington DC burger chain add Karyn regal joins us with details good morning good morning James Foley was from New Hampshire he. Was a journalist and he was murdered by in Syria four years ago in twenty fourteen now Michael valor owns valor media they were hired by the DC based z burger and he created a Twitter campaign that used, James Foley's image while he was, being held. Hostage. By ISIS. And the ad essentially. Indicated that to. Be held. Hostage by ISIS was a better choice than having to go to McDonalds and that. Set off a small fire Storm in Washington that ad was, quickly. Taken down z. burger apologize Michael valor apologize and in a series of tweets where he apologize he. Said quote I am not an ISIS. Sympathizer and that he learned a lot about how news, works. With this. He's twenty. Three years old and owns that company Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty a. federal judge in Boston has denied the Trump, administration's bid to have an immigration lawsuit thrown out and says the president will. Not be removed as a defendant in. The case, the suit. Filed by the lawyers committee for. Civil rights economic Justice is seeking to block the termination of, temporary protected status for thousands of. Immigrants the suit alleges there was. Racial motivation behind the administration's decision to end special, protections for Haitian El Salvadoran and Honduran immigrants hundreds of people missing in Laos where hydroelectric dam has collapsed. And flooded six nearby towns with five billion cubic meters of water authorities say several people have died nearly seven thousand homes have been swept away the international federation Of the Red Cross as it will issue emergency relief for Laos within the next twenty-four. Hours we'll continue to keep you updated on this. Story throughout the day here on WBZ if you're not near a radio you can keep apprised of the news through the iheart radio app and, a show of force in France is farmers let. Tour de France, cyclists no they're not welcome stage sixteen of the epic. Cycle race was brought to a screeching halt by bales of hay thrown onto the road. Outside the fortress. Town of Carcassonne by local farmers furious at the race is disrupting their busiest, time of year police used, tear gas to disperse the protesters but it ended up blowing into the faces of the writers who were left staggering around with. Streaming. Is, the race has now. Resumed Vicki Barker CBS news at the foreign desk in London WBZ. News time eight thirty three time for a check of traffic and weather together on this Tuesday morning the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive..

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"carcassonne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Headline sponsor Rafeh a my job is smarting at the start was to present the coveted peddler Sharm t shirt design the made by Rafeh to John Cobb of trek Sigfredo who won our listeners poll to claim the title of peddler Ducharme for week, two of the Turner fronts. He emerged from his boss with a little casquette with a PICO looking every inch, the peddler Sean beside a little confusion over why he won. I mean, we can't. We can't guess the motivation of the voters, but it wasn't just for winning the. Almost fifty million points to the NHL. Tweet briefly appeared in this podcast cut. It wasn't that, and I think largely it was the day dimension data j Thomson three, John dean Kolb, had he dropped his sunglasses on a climbing Denko had picked them up and giving them back then. And in the tweet, he said that then call one of the most well, liked writers in the Palatine wish you, you know, you don't always hear these of insight. You Caisley writer will do something and other writers will come out and say, you know, he's popular in in the group that was obviously not also parent after he won the race stage bagging call. So I mean all in all on, I think a lot of people, you know, the win was a return to the form. He had a couple years ago before his dreadful accident, and he's had a long ties painful return from that. So lots of reasons. I think why didn't call was the winner pedal, but I did. I did say the the pilots Sharma award is not just the by winning and and writing. Well. It's for other gestures and other things as well. So I asked him about the the the, the incident where he picked up glosses. Here's what you said this morning. Then ward is actually more for your act and picking up Jay tomes glasses day than I think winning the stage. It was an interesting tweet from him. Yeah, he was almost losing them. So like luckily I was slow enough on the on the climb to just grab it, y riding we're able to pay them up wall without stopping. Yeah, sure. Yeah, I had if I would, I couldn't. I couldn't stop there for sure. There was no way I could have stopped. He said, you're one of the most. Well, liked writers in the Palatine was something you were aware. I was for sure. Nice tweet. And I'm, I really appreciate is, is as opinion if you enjoy the sermon for you to get stage when confirmation that you're, you know level you are, I suppose you must be relieved and happy in satisfied about. Absolutely. I'm super happy and it's it's been great two or so fine yesterday we came close again with just think the the whole spirit in the team is really high, and it's a big advantage to the other teams that we've tried to grab every day as as a big chance. And it's it's nice to see very few sprinters. Laughter or any other opportunities for you. Do you think? I mean, those Dan, not so many sprint left. So basically only two in in four and ferris, but. I think especially on the shores release the, it's it's, it'd be nice to win that for sure. Some very charming, not pedaling, but from charming picking up an handing back from John coal, still moving, then even stop amazing, wow, scoop them up really as charming cycling proficiency in schools where limbo dancing on their bars and things. When you consider one in the morning, every time John goes past and goes to the podium. The always kind of, you know, the the claps hands with the other riders is is obviously very popular with the petroleum. Well, a bit of a day off for the g. c. riders really not a die off as in not a restaurant, but not have high stress and tension. All very controlled by team sky today, had everybody on the front looking going and Chris room, they've now got a rest day in the Carcassonne company hotel, Richard anew, looking through the road to see where the team's staying Groupama f. d. j. staying in some enormous Chateau in in beautiful countryside, fabulous wedding venue. Hopefully there's a, I mean, the the rough Justice would be relied wedding. And team scar in company which kind of lower end budget hotel pretty functional, sort of place. And when you posted pictures on Twitter, somebody, there is also the venue for the the French town. Criers national championships taking places evening is just living in the field..

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"carcassonne" Discussed on Top Down Perspective

Top Down Perspective

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on Top Down Perspective

"It is harder and harder to make like premium priced mobile games which i could see yeah that is a bummer because it is nine times out of ten i'll pay five bucks to not deal with any free to play stuff i agree well but i'm in the minority yep very true oh also in better news developer as mody as mahdi is brain carcassonne ah the switch this fall that's cool nice to be cool i love that digital carcassonne version on xbox live arcade played that a ton they're also planning to bring some of their other board games including stuff like they have the rights to like ticket to ride tear forming mars site which i know one of those games that i know another one of his popular but i'm just mainly excited carcassonne great exciting continuing with valve and allowing or not allowing games on steam they've come up and said hey will allow everything on there as long as it's not like a legal or straight up trolling us other or you have to read because that's so like subjective what they don't actually a lot of people are just kind of like upset with this that they're not like there's no line drawn or sometimes there's a line drawn i don't even really know what to think i think it's the flip flopping people are sick of like yeah they're trying to please most of the population and they're pissing everybody off by.

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On the scene in Parkland, Florida, where "March for Our Lives" was born

Ric Edelman

01:47 min | 3 years ago

On the scene in Parkland, Florida, where "March for Our Lives" was born

"The march of our lives safe found their voice they found their defining issue they're demanding change and america will have no choice but to listen to that florida democrat congressman ted deutch in the nation's capital today for the largest of the gatherings under the umbrella march for our lives that includes a big one in los angeles comedian amy schumer among those at the microphone praising those who are calling for a huge change in the nation's gun laws what we do in things are hard and messy and involved doing what's right and not what is wrong clearly wrong like taking money from the nra to uphold these laws outdated by hundreds of years were about eight hundred marches around the us today a small number of counter protests also happened including one on the steps of the trump international hotel in washington in salt lake city some counter protesters said they believe the ultimate goal of march for our lives is to unarm america president trump has said nothing about the march is in the us today but he did express sympathy with the people of france for yesterday's terror incident that killed four including a police officer who exchanged himself for a hostage during the standoff in the southern town of carcassonne in austin texas they're a long way from concluding the investigation into the serial package bombings that left two dead and five injured before the bomber mark condit blew himself up tuesday night all we really have this point time and i should say the investigation is ongoing or his own words from his confession tape where he describes himself as a psychopath texas congressman michael mccall ian austin the i two of the final four will be settled tonight right now royal of chicago leads kansas state thirty six twenty four at halftime still.

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"carcassonne" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Also for this show specially said commune dissimilar veto swoosh shook tiber dolo the whole region do blah tax onto the guard taty arista was around eleven o'clock this morning where news i started coming through from this picturesque part of southern france very near the town of carcassonne walton which many people will will know separate incidents which we only later were able to piece together as being part of a pattern of spree carried out by this gunman at first of all he'd hijacked a car and with a gun had shot the two people inside killing one injuring the other in the car he then driven on and attacked a group of a police riot police who are out joking in joking kit he seriously injured one of that group and then came the centerpiece of the morning's events when he drove to a supermarket not far from kake sauna a place called tab and there he burst into the building firing his weapon and shouting it seems i'm a soldier of daish that's the for french socalled islamic state two people are killed there and hostage situation develops which loss two hours and then at around about two thirty our time this afternoon we hear the news that the assault has been ordered special forces who of course have gathered there with a meant speed have moved in and the man is dead we had about a personal active bravery was left hand colonel janda the john dhamma the local police and at the scene it seems that this chief of this force had arrived at went in and volunteered himself as a hostage here is gerard kilom who's the interior minister franz describing what happened hit played on epl milk she at ely to depiction he went into the supermarket and he fired killing to that moment immediately.

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"carcassonne" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Also for this show specially said commune dissimilar veto swoosh shook tiber dolo the whole region do blah tax onto the guard taty arista was around eleven o'clock this morning where news i started coming through from this picturesque part of southern france very near the town of carcassonne walton which many people will will know separate incidents which we only later were able to piece together as being part of a pattern of spree carried out by this gunman at first of all he'd hijacked a car and with a gun had shot the two people inside killing one injuring the other in the car he then driven on and attacked a group of a police riot police who are out joking in joking kit he seriously injured one of that group and then came the centerpiece of the morning's events when he drove to a supermarket not far from kake sauna a place called tab and there he burst into the building firing his weapon and shouting it seems i'm a soldier of daish that's the for french socalled islamic state two people are killed there and hostage situation develops which loss two hours and then at around about two thirty our time this afternoon we hear the news that the assault has been ordered special forces who of course have gathered there with a meant speed have moved in and the man is dead we had about a personal active bravery was left hand colonel janda the john dhamma the local police and at the scene it seems that this chief of this force had arrived at went in and volunteered himself as a hostage here is gerard kilom who's the interior minister franz describing what happened hit played on epl milk she at ely to depiction he went into the supermarket and he fired killing to that moment immediately.

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"carcassonne" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Now you see so just patrolling particularly in paris at stations and and in in tourist sites the other thing is the the south west of franz i should eat to lose is said to be a terror bed and the has been arrests of jihadists in caucus on over the last two years so really nowhere is safe is it now anybody with a computer basically in a grudge can can self radicalized you don't need to be part of isis formerly do you and pancakes will have to leave it there that's an unfolding situation of course in the southwest of france recapping that breaking news an ongoing hosted situation in a supermarket in the town of carcassonne with reports that at least one person has been killed and others have been injured we'll keep track of that unfolding situation throughout the day here on monocle twenty four for now here are some of the other stories we're following today the european union has recalled its ambassadors who most go after leaders agreed it was highly likely that russia was responsible for a nerve agent attack in the uk donald trump has replaced he has national security adviser h mcmaster with the bush era defense hawk john bolton bolton has backed at hacking both north korea and iran and china's media regulator is removing online video spoofs it follows beijing's crackdown on any content that is deemed to be in violation of the country's socialist core values those are some of the headlines we're following today on monocle twenty four.

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"carcassonne" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

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"carcassonne" Discussed on Answer Me This!

Answer Me This!

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on Answer Me This!

"In the made of electricals we know that the an endangered species and we know that people often however people love them because if a type of stick him was also facing extinction one would be walking off slick insects for forty minutes with electrical would they think if a naked mole rats hours spent live with a clear look like a penis but really re like how many manila nightmare yes or no even clean teeth of relief in time for question from junge who says i love to play board game saw not your ways that sweet it seems like an innocent deceit these days and yes i love to play board games not your runofthemill mostly chance based games like monopoly lou monopoly uh uh but the nerdy strategy ones like settlers of ktm catan and carcassonne qassam focus on one's will build soldiers and stuff under a concern nothing carson you build like infrastructures will be infrastructure build infrastructure what a guy and then you become a townplanner you have to go to a lot of meetings journey continues i used to have plenty of opportunities to play with friends now they weren't onto my tax now i have three young children and like most of the things my board game life now revolves around them lucky for me my kids love to play board games to chips southfield block and have managed to teach them the mechanics of some of my favorites so that we can play together that's nice these these are quite cooperative games plans prisoner because i mean there's a reason that monopoly as a popular one and that's because although it seems complex when you're seven it's fairly straightforward and also because people are horrible little capitalists that too but i mean the games that i was interested in learning when i was six and seven were the ones that i could muster fairly quickly i'm an alternative a challenge let's say half an hour's worth of challenge.

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"carcassonne" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"carcassonne" Discussed on KFC Radio

"The the universe is has to stay imbalanced sometimes why are you going to kevin is the rampage isn't it you what fuck did you to see one sorely confused girl that's that's that's that's for certain but the other day you are the one due in newport nights more importantly newport mornings which um a good friend of ours name drake has has cosigned the the morning the like each cds abide by sea talks reitox season officially in the'dock reitox hit this officially at at also means officially beach body season we declared those two things that the same exact time for the june twenty four th weekend i missed the second one yeah we i think i think almost everybody amiss that kind of crept up because it rain for like a month straight and i don't think anybody nobody was nobody was hake go to jim in the rain nobody's heightened tan everybody looked like she it so i don't think anybody hit the beach body mark but see talks retox is in full effect it was it was i mean it worked it works beauty every time in fact right so this i when i tweeted the video i go to my cliffface twelve o'clock i and it was it was actually one this time where the call toll carcassonne's was a jump a high tide right it was not high eight who was looked a little danger is was decidedly low tie were you i hate the bottom of the job of that's a great way to shatter your heels but i've done that i've done that plate that's nothing new i hit the bottom pretty often but.

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