Game two was against Hot Garbage who had been playing all night at a midnight prerelease. They had good cards and a solid strategy, but we were able to fairly easily outlast them and simply grind them down.
Cody and I watched this amazing episode on Table Rules.
Jeremy did a great job explaining what Table Rules are, but I would have added a lot more kind of generic “social etiquette” rules–largely because I play a lot of public play & I play with kids. Also, his look to the DMG for House Rules Ideas was excellent.
In any event, here are my House Rules
2. Everyone Gets A Turn
3. Same Team
4. Awesome > Rules
During the course of the trial, a molecular biologist and director of the nation’s largest DNA-testing firm, Dr. Robin Cotton, testified that the blood found near the victims cound have come from only one person in 170 million people. That blood matched O. J. Simpson’s blood.
Further, blood found on a sock in Simpson’s bedroom was consistent with that of only one person out of 6.8 billion–more people than there were on earth at the time–and that blood matched the blood of Nicole Brown Simpson.
O. J. Simpson was, nonetheless, found not guilty and was acquited of murder.
Courtroom analysts have concluded that most jurors find DNA analysis “boring.”
The cat was inexplicably sitting in the middle of the road.