I hope to have more posts about beer and wine in the future, but I hadn't posted in a while and I want to remind folks who may be interested to check me out on the Untappd app to follow my reviews. Username is DrBaconMD.
I hope to eventually review each type of beer, from IPAs, stouts, sessions, saisons, etc and provide some of my favorite examples of each, but that'll take more time and effort than I have right now. As VoV keeps pointing out, no one reads my stupid blog so I
I am a proud graduate of the State University of New York College at Geneseo, which for anyone outside of New York state means very little, since it's a mouthful that folks don't care to understand. But in an effort to educate, let me give a brief summary:
The New York state university system is comprised of 64 campuses, ranging from the four main university centers (Buffalo, Albany, Stony Brook and Binghamton), a slew of four year colleges, a network of community colleges, and other
So I foolishly went in guns'a'blazin and promoted three generals up to 3-Star: Oberon, Annika, and Katherine. That all makes sense in a lot of ways, except that none of those Generals were leveled up past 26. Clearly this promotion business should be reserved for Generals that are leveled up over 50, but I really wanted to get my Oberon up a bit so that I now have over 10k GB health. It still wasn't worth the investment, of course, but now I'll be more committed to leveling those three Generals
I was reading online just now about a game called Upsilon Circuit. I don't want to completely repeat the article but here's the nuts and bolts:
You can only play this game one time. Once you die, it's over.
Not only that, but it's a team-based RPG that uses audience interaction to help level up the players skill trees. So it's not just a game. It's part game, part reality show.
I am SO IN FOR THIS. Who wants to play with me? The game isn't out