Mon, 20 January 2020
The LSU Tigers are the undisputed champions of college football. JediShua has had some experience with electronic and hard-hitting Big Toe football. Scott Ryfun has an odd collection of football games. The Mississippi State Bulldogs have an entertaining new coach. And of all the games we're talking about this morning, football really isn't it. But you would do well to take a RISK and tune in to TechnoRetro Dads right now!
In the NEWS
We Love Our Cereal…
…and Cheerios love our hearts. Plus: Reese's Big Puffs have been spotted in the stores. Is the picture on the front of the box a scale version of these enormous cereal puffs we've been hearing about?
JediShua and shazbazzar imagine what their home arcades could be like even as Shua is actually putting his together.
Part of the fun of our youth was sitting in front of the TV with a bowl of cereal on Saturday mornings before your friends (and maybe your family) got up. Some EarBuds chime in on shows they remember.
Risk: A Game of World Domination
Start with one continent and then expand outward while protecting your land from outside attackers in the classic game of Risk. Draw your cards, move your pieces, roll the dice, get ready to fight in this game that continues to be popular after over sixty years.
The Road to The Empire Strikes Back
With no internet access to quench Star Wars' fans' thirst for information about the upcoming sequel, kids and adults relied on print media to provide sufficient bits of news to keep the hype going and growing on the long, long drive down the Road to The Empire Strikes Back.
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