Articles by Jeff "Repoman" Luce

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Jeff long ago gave up his dreams of world conquest and now spends his days on the highways and byways of America behind the wheel of a Big Rig. (Alas he has no monkey sidekick). In the past, he has been a radio disk jockey, a professional car thief, and an angry tow truck driver. He is an unrepentant war gamer but also likes many other games as long as they have tanks.

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repoman   August 05, 2018   532   0
Funagain Games, one of the largest online sources for board games, announces they are ceasing on-line retail operations. They state they will continue to operate their two brick and mortar locations and specialize in selling hard to find games from around the world. Read the full statement below.
Elks Lodge Vernon TrashFest NE
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repoman   August 01, 2018   371   0
What is it? Boardgaming with awesome people. We call it Trashfest but any and all games are welcome. If you dig it, bring it.  When is it? The weekend of November 9th - 11th.  This is the weekend after Veteran's Day, which falls on a Monday. Vernon is located halfway between Boston and NYC; just a 2 hour drive from either great city.
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repoman   July 21, 2018   589   0

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Expansion or Extinction takes 2 to 4 players into a future where Sol, after colonizing many of the closest stars, succumbed to internal pressures and died in a fiery holocaust of future weaponry. Now earth’s colonies are recovering, and beginning to exert their own dominance on the stars around them. Based on the award-winning Triumph and Tragedy game system, Expansion or Extinction expands upon this proven and highly popular game system.
 
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repoman   July 14, 2018   463   0
I was born in 1968 at the height, or close to it, of American involvement in Vietnam. By the time I was 5, U.S. troops were pulling out of combat roles and the war, as far as America was concerned was winding up. I distinctly remember the day Nixon resigned although I'd no real idea of what that meant. I had an uncle who served three tours in Vietnam. I had friend's parents who served in the Marines in Vietnam. Growing up I knew and saw many vets. And for all that, I must admit I knew very little...
 
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repoman   June 20, 2015   3193   0
Take her fast, Take her deep, Take her where the fishes sleep.. Damn the depth, Damn the pressure, Take her down just like the Thresher... "
Member Blogs
repoman   May 04, 2015   5186   0
4.2 Pounds That's what the ASL rulebook weighs. Now it says something that you can use a measurement of weight to describe a rule book but when you consider that the pages that make up those 4.2 pounds are large and contain two columns of very small print you are taking it to a whole new level.
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repoman   March 18, 2015   9189   0
"It isn't that hard." That, dear reader, is a damnable lie.
 
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repoman   March 07, 2015   3638   0
In an age of remake upon remake...oh I mean "reboots"...to have an original sci-fi movie come out is quite exciting. It's too bad that under the veneer of originality is just a mushy paste of ideas cribbed from other movies from cannibalizing the bullet time in the Matrix to the mysterious bodyguard from The Terminator to the hero in the vacuum of space without a spacesuit from Guardians of the Galaxy. It stars Mila Kunis who I know can act because I saw it with my own eyes in the movie The Book of Eli. It's too bad it's...
The Devil's Cauldron
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repoman   February 15, 2015   6288   0
"90% successful,"is how General Montgomery described operation Market Garden. He may have been right but it was 100% a failure.
The Devil's Cauldron
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repoman   January 11, 2015   6356   0
September 21st 1944 "Thick as pea soup," is what the boys' mothers back home might have said to describe the fog that greets the soldiers the morning of September 21st. The soldiers themselves, covered in grime and now a cold clinging damp, have more colorful words for it. However they talk about it, it means visibility is measured in inches not feet and a good soldier must be cautious lest he walk himself straight into the business end of an enemy's rifle. So the day starts with the mechanized units creeping slowly north...
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