Posts Tagged ‘sovereign citizens’
April 7th, 2017 | Robin
Get ready to argue logistics as the Gaming Hut considers player planning. When is it prelude to play, and when is it play?
The Crime Blotter opens one of the most famous cold cases of all: the Black Dahlia murder.
Ask Ken and Robin features a query from Patreon backer Padriag Griffin about the plausibility of hidden societies of vampires or wizards in a world of pervasive surveillance.
Finally the Eliptony Hut catches up on some recent news as we ask why a member of the Moorish sovereign citizen movement might be messing with Yig’s digs in Moundville.
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