Fantasy Flight Games

21 Jul 19
DiceHate.com

https://www.lackoffocuspodcast.com/e/episode-29-post-point-prattle/ Join Ed & Kris as they talk about the X-Wing Miniatures Game by Fantasy Flight Games, this episode they talk the June points changes, their friendly charity bet results and cover a listener question from a few episodes ago that we promised to come back to post points change.. Let us know your thoughts […]

21 Jul 19
RIDDIMS WORLD

2019 dancehall riddims listed from January to present day and updated weekly until end of December 2019. DJ Promotional Pack access is available for download below. 2019 Dancehall Riddims List: 1 Bim Riddim 1 Way Riddim 1way Riddim Vol. 2 3 Birds Riddim 9 Mile Riddim 18+ Riddim 868 Wd40 Riddim 2019 Master Tera Hits […]

21 Jul 19
Cannibal Halfling Gaming

“The Clone Wars rage on. Both the GALACTIC REPUBLIC and the SEPARATIST ALLIANCE have had great gains and losses in territorial battles and planetary allegiances. Years of conflict have exposed doubts in the JEDI ORDER, as veteran clone troopers question their own role. Other organizations take advantage of the chaos of war to pursue their […]

21 Jul 19
BunnyGaming.com

Marvel’s Iron Man VR has released a trailer of the game exclusively for PlayStation VR. In conjunction with San Diego Con Comic, they joined the Marvel Games panel to talk more about the game, behind the scene of the Impulse Armor designed by legendary Marvel artist Adi Granov, and how Camouflaj tackled one of the […]

21 Jul 19
The Collidescope

Painfully priapic, the prickly pallbearer of paltry pigballs pranced apelikely impudent to the enemy camp spilling soup of sweinbeutel swishing upsides the cauldron only a canny homunculus could carry yet not calm.

21 Jul 19
News Directory

It took something very great for me to spend most of a week in July 1969. It is not even a Wiffle Ball game in Watson's back yard, or a ride on my new bike that would enable me to get the TV that week. Bare to be big. And there was. That week was […]

20 Jul 19
ace3sl's Life 101

The delays per post are really getting out of hand now, I can’t seem to follow suit, lol… I’ll try posting more frequently after this… Tokyo, Japan (2017) Ahhh, yes… The glorious holy land again. THIS I planned ahead. I made all the documents, the day-to-day travel destination recommendations, even the pathfinding, even the costing, […]

20 Jul 19
Dwell Time

  MY VOICE   My voice isn’t worth anything It’s old… and it’s horse from shouting to be heard It’s not refined through schooling because it had to work to earn a living It’s coarse so no one listens and they miss how sweet it can be sometimes by accident as much a labour and […]

20 Jul 19
blackholeengine

How 80s Goth fanfic made me gay. I missed the day MTV switched on. In my early teens, my family moved to a village so remote there wasn’t even cable. As the grim polyester 70s exploded into the neon multicolour 80s, we swapped suburban London for a remote village in Upstate New York. My horizons […]

20 Jul 19
Your Mileage May Vary

Happy Saturday, travel friends! This weekly list includes travel-related contests and sweepstakes we’ve found. Eligibility will vary and it’s up to you to determine if you’re eligible, as well as to enter. Good luck!

20 Jul 19
Where Genres Collide Traci Kenworth YA Author & Book Blogger

Seven Links…7/20/19 Traci Kenworth Writing: 1. https://killzoneblog.com/2019/07/22007.html “The other day I did an incomprehensible, dreadful, noxious, scandalous thing—something so shocking to the conscience that it threatens the gossamer social fabric that tenuously binds us together as a people and a nation. I left the house without my phone. I know, I know! But hear me, […]

20 Jul 19
talkSPORT
Signing up for Dream Team’s free fantasy football game is easy. The hard part is picking a winning team to get one over on your mates in the mini-leagues. Ryan Fredericks and Ainsley Maitland-Niles are two defensive bargains you could sign in Dream Team fantasy football Luckily, talkSPORT are here to help with more handy tips for your team. Depending on your strategy, you’ll need a bargain somewhere in your squad so you can field a selection of Premier League superstars. Fantasy football tips: 25 Bargains to sign for your Dream Team XI Fantasy Football tips: 10 cheap defenders for your Dream Team XI The midfield needs to have the right balance of creativity, goals, and reliable performers if you’re going to have a shot at some of the £250,000 prize pot. So who are the cheap as chips stars who could help you on your way to glory in Dream Team fantasy football? Find out below. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST FOOTBALL STORIES” posts_category=”221″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Jack Grealish (Aston Villa) – £2.5m The English youngster can do it all in the centre of the pitch, creating and scoring goals, and he’s vital to Dean Smith’s squad. If he stays fit, unlike last season, he could pitch up some nice Dream Team points. A boyhood Villa fan, Grealish will need to continue his fantastic form in the Premier League Alireza Jahanbakhsh (Brighton) – £1.0m He may have been a dud last season after his huge move from AZ Alkmaar – but under Graham Potter he may flourish. Jahanbakhsh got two assists in the Seagulls’ friendly win over FC Liefering and played in the no.10 role too. He’s a wildcard pick. Brighton’s Iranian midfielder Alireza Jahanbakhsh Pascal Gross (Brighton) – £2.0m Last season saw a downturn in the German’s effectiveness for the Seagulls. Now, though, with a new man at the helm we could see him get back to his creative best in the Albion midfield. His haul of seven goals and eight assists in 2017/18 was superb. Can Gross get back to his best? Dwight McNeil (Burnley) – £1.0m The 19-year-old Englishman has gone from fringe star to wanted by Juventus in around half a year. In just 21 appearances last season he managed three goals and five assists for Sean Dyche’s side. McNeil has interested several clubs this summer after breaking into the Burnley team Ross Barkley (Chelsea) – £2.0m A decent 2018/19 could get better depending on how frequently he’s used by new manager Frank Lampard. We’ll call this a risky pick for now but he’s worth putting on your watchlist. Ross Barkley in action for Chelsea N’Golo Kante (Chelsea) – £2.5m In other fantasy football games, the defensive midfielder isn’t worth signing – but with Dream Team he really is. Getting points for his ratings of 7/10 or above on WhoScored saw him land 65 bonus points and he may do the same again. Lampard has a truly world class player at his disposal in Kante Christian Pulisic (Chelsea) – £3.0m Another wildcard, many may steer clear of the new signing but we reckon he’s worth a go. He grabbed two goals and an assist in his last three games at Borussia Dortmund and hit another three at the Gold Cup. Christian Pulisic is the US national’s team golden boy Youri Tielemans (Leicester City) – £2.5m He starred in the second half of the Foxes’ 2018/19 campaign and could well pick up where he left off after joining permanently. There is a risk he could drop off but even so he’s a decent bet for points. Youri Tielemans has been hugely impressive in the Premier League Naby Keita (Liverpool) – £2.5m Keita is another player who, points-wise, was a bit of a dud, but we reckon he could really improve this season. He may miss a game or two early on but could then really shine in midfield as he did before he got injured at the end of the 2018/19 season. Keita delivered a man of the match performance against Porto in the Champions League – can he do more of the same? Daniel James (Manchester United) – £1.0m How involved the speedster will be under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is unknown right now. If we’re honest, though, the price is extremely tempting, even if he’s just a rapid super sub! New Man United star Daniel James Miguel Almiron (Newcastle United) – £2.0m After impressing with Paraguay at the Copa America, Almiron’s stock is steadily rising. Magpies fans will be hoping he finally breaks his duck when it comes to goal contributions, and if he does you’ll be laughing to the top of your mini-leagues. Almiron is a star in the making at St James’ Park Emi Buendia (Norwich City) – £2.0m A set-piece taker for the Canaries, we’re tipping the Argentine 22-year-old to make a splash in the Premier League. Get on board this bargain early. Buendia helped secure Norwich’s promotion to the Premier League Onel Hernandez (Norwich City) – £2.0m Like Buendia, Hernandez got a lot of goals and assists in the Championship. This will, obviously, go down in top flight but his form from the left flank should be considered as you make selections as he got off 2.4 shots per 90 minutes and made 1.9 key passes per 90 last season. Onel Hernandez in pre-season action for the Canaries Moussa Djenepo (Southampton) – £1.0m In total, the Senegalese youngster got 12 goals and seven assists last season, earning him his Premier League switch from Standard Liege. The dribbler could be a smart signing for your XI. Moussa Djenepo signed a four-year contract with Southampton Pablo Fornals (West Ham) – £2.5m Possibly one of the signings of the summer from Villarreal, his goal contributions weren’t huge last year. But don’t worry about that as in 2017/18 he managed a fine three goals and 12 assists. If he combines well with Sebastien Haller, the Hammers are going to have a great season – and so will your Dream Team XI. New boy Pablo Fornals starred for Spain’s Under-21s in the European Championship this summer You can sign up here for Dream Team Fantasy Football
20 Jul 19
scifist 2.0

This smart, well filmed and very successful 1934 film marked the beginning of the end for German science fiction before the Nazis banned the genre. Best remembered for its impressive futuristic sets and superb effects, this film is on the talkier side. It’s secret weapons are German superstars Hans Albers and Brigitte Helm. 7/10.