SoS was written in Aramaic, originally, but the bulk of Hebrew scriptures were translated into Greek around the 3rd century B.C with the advent of the LXX. So much was the prevalence of Greek that Hebrew became a liturgical language used in the Temple, and Greek and Aramaic became predominant for business and everyday life (when Jesus is handed the Isaiah scroll in the synagogue in Luke 4:17, he probably is reading from a Greek or Aramaic copy). I am more familiar with Greek. My Hebrew and Aramaic needs work.
Cockatrice, that's the one I was groping around for the name of. I have had that recommended to me on other gaming forums, and it seems to be the equivalent to YGOPro or DevPro, which are the same thing but for YGO (with the added benefit of YGOpro actually handling your mechanics for you).
But my main reason is that machines tend to isolate a single muscle, which is inferior - and somewhat dangerous - compared to compound exercises which work out and strengthen more than one muscle group at a time.
It depends on what machines you're using. Cable-based machines are safe, and probably the best way to hit the groups I need and want to hit. It's kind of hard to do lat pulldowns at home without a machine.
At home, I used free-weights and did bodyweight training, as previously specified. Many of my TBT exercises were compound.
@HelloRaptor I think one of the reasons I liked the Secrets of Power series as much as I did is that I'm a sucker for 'training' novels in general. The theme of some random corporate stooge gradually immersing themselves into a different world, learning the basics of what it is to be a shaman and then a very powerful one appealed to me.
Shadowrun 2nd Ed was my system of choice. Man, the hours I spent with an MS-DOS-based calculator trying to squeeze every bit of cybernetic gear I could into a character without making his body fall apart. It was the most fun I ever had simply picking stats for a PC.
Use the empty net bags (used to hold fruit/oranges or vegetables/onions) to cover small plants so that the deer won't nibble.
gnash teeth If you want to terrorize your local JoAnn's cutting counter person, go ask for an entire roll of tulle. You can put it over your plants and keep the deer out. Bonus points, if you especially look for tulle that has obviously been cut before and ask for the rest of said tulle, so they have to unroll all of it to measure it, and then get pissy if they don't roll it back onto the board the way it was rolled on by a machine. Because, you know, bent tulle over your plants is a crime!
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Oh, that stuff? Yeah! And it would keep birds out too!
Yay! The people who made it are the best! Truly great folks. If you have a place to share non-MU* related things over on your space, pop up the link maybe? I don't think they are in the hole on this project after all the cons, but they have new ones coming up, and exposure is good. The 'geek movie business' is a niche at this point, but people are learning that the audience isn't as small as expected.
I buy some games in Early Access. Most of the ones I've bought so far have been really great though.
Sunless Sea, Battle Brothers, Sovereignty (maybe? dunno yet.), and Massive Chalice have been good fun.
Fallen: A2P Protocol has been garbage. I regret buying it early access. Serves me right for wanting a post-apocalyptic x-com style game.