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In honor of upcoming President's Day here in the US, I present Presedential Diplomacy: The Rushmore Presidents, FDR, JFK, and Reagan sit down to a game of Diplomacy... how does the game progress... and who wins?
This game: http://webdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=20748 just progressed to diplomacy Spring 1902. However, it is not displaying a new map with new builds, making it impossible to see where others have built. Explanation?
I'm a Philistine and a Luddite at heart but I reckon I have a fair call on product names. To me, at least, Buzz seems the sort of attempt at naming a company like McKinsey would have come up with in a clumsy attempt to associate with the whole aura of buzz words.
Have you ever noticed that diplomacy nubs have an incredible sense of entitlement?
I've seriously learned from my mistake of playing low-stakes games. You end up playing with utter idiots whose sense of entitlement rivals that of rich girls on their sweet sixteenth birthday. I'm sick of playing with upstart hotshots who wouldn't know how to negotiate if a diplomacy board struck them in the face.