Monday, November 28, 2016

Episode 169: Dear Comrades

In this show we have a bit of fun while digging out of a yuge... and we mean yuge backlog of letters. The postman had to request that we clear out our mailbox as it was overflowing into the street and blocking traffic. That means we cover a variety of questions, concerns and ASL ideas. It is a great chance to hear from you.....the precious and rare fans of The 2 Half-Squads.
Then we take a look at what we have been playing lately and cover The St. Louis ASL scenario STL2 Nothing Ventured, Bounding Fire Productions ITR-6 The Ceramic Factory,  Ian Daglish's Infiltrators, and more.

This episode is sponsored by
Ritterkrieg and Bounding Fire Productions

1:00 Talk
13:30 Letters
48:00 What Have You Been Playing Lately?
1:13:30 Total Running Time

Tom Lehrer Who's Next?
99 Red Balloons
National WWII Museum
U.S.S. Alabama
Erdenstern (tell them Spine and Sprocket sent you)
Yankee Gamers (hosts of the Nor'easter
Bounding Fire Productions

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  1. Some good horse finally came in. I received a copy of Armies of Oblivion in the mail a few weeks ago. A gift from an incredibly generous ASL Veteran. I'm still a bit at a loss for words. But I have found over the years that the ASL community is filled with a lot of generous players. Jeff...I may not be a Buddhist...but I am the recipient of some pretty awesome good Karma!!

  2. Acceptable but dull episode. No box art review. Not enough banter. I've decided to contribute donations more often ---- but it'll be based on the quality of the episode.

    Sincerely, Angry single gamer

  3. We will work on it......especially if the price is right!

  4. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Jeff and Dave! Hope you both have been good, and Santa is kind and generous to you both! Roll low and rally well in the new year! I raise a toast to the 2 Half Squads and 2017!!!

  5. Checked for a new episode of The Two Half-Squads, but drew a red card from the OBA deck ... ACCESS DENIED?!
    (I know, there aren't enough hours in a day.)
    Can't wait to hear the next show, guys. Love the banter. Keep up the great work!
    Roll low and MERRY CHRISTMAS!