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Hello everyone! Just a quick update on me and this blog. First, the blog: It is not dead, or abandoned. I am just trying to figure out what to do with it. Back in May I became an affiliated streamer on Twitch, and part of the agreement (this is all public knowledge so no NDA stuff here) is that they receive first rights to each broadcast. This means I cannot dual-stream to YouTube any longer. I can still post videos there; however, it must be at least 24 hours after the initial broadcast on Twitch.

Taking the Son Highway Bridge



This is a short 15-minute video for the Screaming Eagles over Hell’s Highway scenario from Command Ops: Highway to the Reich. This presentation focuses solely on utilizing the 101st Airborne Division parachute infantry regiments to capture three critical crossing points, with the primary being the heavy road bridge at Son.

All American over Nijmegen

This is a scenario from Command Operations Battles from the Bulge Highway to the Reich expansion pack. It is a representation of the 82nd Airborne Divisions action during Operation Market Garden, where they were tasked with securing a number of crossing points to allow the British XXX Corps to pass through Nijmegen on their way to Arnhem.

Video 1 Day 1 13:00 – Day 2 04:30



Video 2 Day 2 04:30 – Day 5 23:00



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Civilization VI Quick and Dirty Review (Updated)

I got this game as part of a recent Humble Bundle and have toyed around with it a bit. This morning I tried my first earnest game and immediately ran into a well-known yet still unresolved bug, where unit combat sounds stop working. Well, they will work for one engagement, and then not work for the next two, then work for the next, then not for the next, etc. Basically, it is a dice roll whether or not the combat sounds will work for any encounter.

Assassin’s Creed II

Back in 2012 I was full bore into my Steam whore phase where anything that even remotely looked interesting that was on a deeply discounted sale I would invariably pick up. I have dozens of games that I have either only played a few minutes in, and some I have never even installed (after five + years of ownership). During the 2012 Christmas sale I picked up Assassin's Creed II: Deluxe Edition for $4.99, as well as Assassin's Creed, Assassin's Creed Brotherhood Deluxe, and Assassin's Creed Revelations - Gold Edition for $4.99 - $7.49 each.

PC Gaming is Dead and Cryptocurrency Killed It

I am a free market guy, I don’t believe that the government has any business setting minimum wage, rent controls, and the like. The market should dictate the price of any given product or service, and people should be free to make informed (or misinformed) decisions at will. At least I thought I was a free market guy. It turns out I am as long as it works for me, but when I feel the negative effects of the pseudo-free market that exists in America, I am one of those pussies who cry to the Federal Government for help.