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old DD book - free

Post by psychodelic » Fri Dec 11, 2015 12:10 am

Anybody want some old DD book:

Russian Kettlebell Challenge
Power to the People
Beyond Stretching
Beyond Crunches
Body-flow by Scott Sonnon
Dr. Ellis's Ultimate Diet Secrets - Anybody even remember this guy on the forum?

Give ya all a few days then they go out in the trash. Respond if you want em and we'll figure it all out. You pick up shipping, books are free.

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Post by TerryB » Fri Dec 11, 2015 1:19 pm

I don't read.
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Re: old DD book - free

Post by The Ginger Beard Man » Fri Dec 11, 2015 3:22 pm

At first I thought you meant Dungeons and Dragons, and I was like, "Hell yeah"!
Never mind.
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Post by Yes I Have Balls » Sat Dec 12, 2015 12:12 am

The Ginger Beard Man wrote:At first I thought you meant Dungeons and Dragons, and I was like, "Hell yeah"!
Never mind.
Me too. I was hoping for a 1st edition "Gods, Demi-Gods and Heroes"!!

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Post by Bram » Mon Dec 21, 2015 10:39 pm

psychodelic wrote:Anybody want some old DD book:

Russian Kettlebell Challenge
Power to the People
Beyond Stretching
Beyond Crunches
Body-flow by Scott Sonnon
Dr. Ellis's Ultimate Diet Secrets - Anybody even remember this guy on the forum?

Give ya all a few days then they go out in the trash. Respond if you want em and we'll figure it all out. You pick up shipping, books are free.
Interested in Body Flow if you haven't recycled it yet. Thanks for the offer :)
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Post by syaigh » Mon Dec 28, 2015 2:41 am

The Ginger Beard Man wrote:At first I thought you meant Dungeons and Dragons, and I was like, "Hell yeah"!
Never mind.
Me three. Or four. Or whatever. Outed geek here.
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Post by Protobuilder » Fri Feb 05, 2016 11:00 am

I've got a full serious of Cosmos from 1992 that I will give you if you pay for shipping.
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Post by Bud Charniga's grape ape » Fri Feb 05, 2016 5:21 pm

syaigh wrote:
The Ginger Beard Man wrote:At first I thought you meant Dungeons and Dragons, and I was like, "Hell yeah"!
Never mind.
Me three. Or four. Or whatever. Outed geek here.
I recently unpacked some boxes with my childhood stuff. Hundreds of dollars worth of hardback AD&D 1st and 2nd edition rulebooks. It looks like I got rid of my D&D boxed sets at some point, but I still had some of the module, including a copy of Keep of the Borderlands, in whose margins I had drawn large-bewbed elf ladies in chainmail. Rawwwr.

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Post by TerryB » Fri Feb 05, 2016 7:15 pm

Protobuilder wrote:I've got a full serious of Cosmos from 1992 that I will give you if you pay for shipping.
The science series or the lady magazine?
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Post by Shafpocalypse Now » Fri Feb 05, 2016 10:43 pm

I have 3 boxes of old RPG stuff. AD&D, 2cd edition Runequest, traveller, etc

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Post by The Ginger Beard Man » Sat Feb 06, 2016 12:55 am

Bud Charniga's grape ape wrote:
syaigh wrote:
The Ginger Beard Man wrote:At first I thought you meant Dungeons and Dragons, and I was like, "Hell yeah"!
Never mind.
Me three. Or four. Or whatever. Outed geek here.
I recently unpacked some boxes with my childhood stuff. Hundreds of dollars worth of hardback AD&D 1st and 2nd edition rulebooks. It looks like I got rid of my D&D boxed sets at some point, but I still had some of the module, including a copy of Keep of the Borderlands, in whose margins I had drawn large-bewbed elf ladies in chainmail. Rawwwr.
Damn. You selling it or starting to play again?
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Post by Bud Charniga's grape ape » Sat Feb 06, 2016 5:09 am

The Ginger Beard Man wrote:
Bud Charniga's grape ape wrote:
syaigh wrote:
The Ginger Beard Man wrote:At first I thought you meant Dungeons and Dragons, and I was like, "Hell yeah"!
Never mind.
Me three. Or four. Or whatever. Outed geek here.
I recently unpacked some boxes with my childhood stuff. Hundreds of dollars worth of hardback AD&D 1st and 2nd edition rulebooks. It looks like I got rid of my D&D boxed sets at some point, but I still had some of the module, including a copy of Keep of the Borderlands, in whose margins I had drawn large-bewbed elf ladies in chainmail. Rawwwr.
Damn. You selling it or starting to play again?
Definitely not going to sell. Way too much sentimental value. As for playing...that'd be fun, but no, probably not. I'm a lawyer with a young kid; it's hard enough finding time to get shit done. Maybe in a couple of years.

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