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Letters from Sag -- Seal Team Flix Review

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16 Jul 2019 00:00 #299673 by Sagrilarus
There’s plenty of games that I’d play on a moment’s...

It’s pretty rare that I’m jonesing to play a game these days.

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16 Jul 2019 00:19 #299674 by hotseatgames
A fantastic review, thank you! I'm so thrilled that you are getting a kick out of it.

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16 Jul 2019 03:01 #299681 by Dr. Mabuse
Great review, Sag! That second mission is a freaking killer. I have yet to get pass that first room.

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16 Jul 2019 10:18 #299686 by ubarose
Wow. This was such a great read! Loved it.

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16 Jul 2019 13:05 #299695 by WadeMonnig
This is exactly the same feeling it gave me and you did a fantastic job of putting it into words. Thanks for a fantastic read and review.

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16 Jul 2019 13:37 #299700 by Sagrilarus
An odd turn of events on the timing of this article. When I wrote it a few weeks back the team was all-systems-go for the next session, so it was just a matter of all being at the same place at the same time to do it. None of us want to miss a session, so we've held off and told the other folks in our group that they should assemble another team to play.

Shortly after submitting the article Cody, one of my fellow players, dove too deeply into a pool and hit his head hard on the concrete bottom. As luck would have it someone saw it happen and had the presence of mind to get him to the surface and pull him from the water on a backboard. Cody had broken his neck and had no movement in his body.

But this is a good news story, because the right doctor was available (University of Maryland Hospital in Baltimore, one of three stellar facilities in the Baltimore/DC area) and was wise enough to hold off on surgery, confident that the damage would repair itself in the next few days and he would regain motion in his arms and legs over time. That is exactly what happened and Cody is on the road to recovery. His legs are more or less back and the coordination in his arms is coming around slowly.

But, as good friends do, a visit to the hospital was in the offing shortly after the accident. My buddy Chris sent a text saying "you know what we should bring?" Yep. Tucked under my buddy's arm -- Seal Team Flix! Nothing like a flicking game to make a paralysis victim feel better!
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16 Jul 2019 13:56 #299702 by ubarose
OMG! Cody! That's terrible. I'm so thankful to whomever got him out of the pool safely, and the doctors who treated him. So relieved to hear he is on the path to recovery.

And you all have a sick sense of humor, but I am sure Cody laughed too.
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16 Jul 2019 14:00 #299703 by engineer Al
Holy Crap! My heart was in my throat as I read what happened to Cody. So incredibly glad that it turned out OK. Geez. Please pass on my best wishes. . .
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17 Jul 2019 09:04 #299733 by hotseatgames
Wow! That's quite a story. I'm glad he's okay. Perhaps I'll try to work his name into *the next thing.*

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