They are all Slagathor x Perry eggs (green). The 1st chick (yellow) hatched on 7/25, 2nd (grey/brown) on 7/26 and the 3rd (brown/dark brown) on 7/28. The pictures are in birth order:
The basic gist of the game is as follows:
When night begins to fall on the sleepy town of Woodinvale, the shadows and fog rolling in bring with them more than just a chill shiver. A living nightmare erupts as the once peaceful community is overrun with the restless dead…scratching and clawing their way to the surface with an insatiable hunger for human flesh. Now only a handful of unlikely Heroes are left, banding together to fight for their very lives. On a night that never ends, the only thing worse than death… is becoming infected.
Last Night on Earth, The Zombie Game is a fast-paced game of brain-eating Zombies, small town Heroes, and horror movie action. Players take on the role of either the Heroes, working together to make it through the night; or the Zombies, unending waves of undead spreading over the town like a plague. Featuring a modular board, eight Heroes to choose from, and several different Scenarios to play that drastically change the game, Last Night on Earth is designed to create a cinematic feel as the story and game unfolds.
So put down that popcorn, grab your shotgun, and hide your brain; the Zombies are coming and this could be your Last Night on Earth!
This past weekend, Poppinfresh, Irish and me played some of the more advanced scenarios of the game including "Save the Townsfolk" and "Get Out Of Dodge". There are several different scenarios included in the game and the expansion pack and an unlimited number of additional scenarios created by gamers and available of the game's fan site in the Variants section.
Now, I'm a zombie nut, so I am very biased, but I think that this is the best boardgame that I've ever played. It just has unlimited ways to enjoy the game. I just ordered a copy for myself with the expansion pack. When the game comes in, I would love to host a LNOE party and let those interested form their own opinion. Hell, I'd love to get a huge game going using most of the heros and 6 zombie players (2 for each color -I ordered extra zombie pieces!).
Let me know if you are interested by email and we'll try to get a day scheduled to play!
Here is the game makers official website: Flying Frog
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" A damn tasty cigar when your wife is globe trotting around the world!", says an ecstatic former US president.
Aged under 18 years, this tightly would leaf cigar is the product of a patented dipping process. The formula remains closely guarded.
Honestly,...if I was Bill Clinton, I would never smoke a cigar in public again.
"C'mon...it's a good bill!" says Nancy Pelosi.
Apparently, these days, when you want to pass a bill that will cost the taxpayers trillions of dollars and quite possibly their jobs, there's no need to do any due dilligence like actually reading the proposed bills. If Nancy and Obama say it's a good bill, who's to question that?
I tell you what. If we continue to let this ship of fools to steer the boat, this country will soon be left bankrupt and weak. If the Blue Dog Democrats and Independents don't start waking up real soon, I fear for this country. The time to allow Obama a pass is over. Due dilligence and scrutiny is required of you as soon as possible.
Otherwise, I feel a Bluey obituary coming on. U.S.A., 1776-2009 R.I.P.
Update: The WSJ now refers to this congress as one of the most reckless ever.
Luna, our psycho-Momcat, decided that the bedroom closet wasn't good enough today and decides to move them into Tay's dresser drawer while I'm out playing softball.
Talk about cuteness!!!
Softball was another split with TNT. We lost the opener 17-4 and won the nightcap 24-14.
I hit a rare triple in the late innings of the second game that cleared loaded bases. I finished 4 for 6 for the day.
I don't know if it will help with the U.S. economic downturn, but Obama got cold hard busted by the press for staring at a little Brazilian booty!
I wonder what Michelle will say as she sees this plastered all over the nation's newspapers?
Sorry, I've been away for the past week. I finally got around to visiting my family in NYC after an extended absence. The Peteys invaded NYC and we had a nice time over at my sister, Vicki and her husband, Fuzz's place on Long Island.
I got to spend some quality time playing "Shark" in the pool with my niece and nephews and we had our traditional yearly wiffleball game in which the Jr. Fuzz outscored Los Angelos 18-17 in a five inning game.
The quote of the weekend came from my sister, Siouxsie's son, pictured on the left when he asked about Vicki and Fuzz's wedding picture.
"Who is that guy that Aunt Debbie married?", he inquired.
Fuzz replies, "That's me!"
To which my nephew replies, "What happened to you?"
Everybody pisses themselves over that comment.
Fuzz, then asks, "How does Vicki look?".
To which my nephew replies, "The same."
Vicki beams and Fuzz endures a multitude of "what happened to yous?" the rest of the day...
All in all, a very enjoyable weekend and we got to see one hell of a fireworks display by one of Vicki's neighbors , who is a fireman. He had a stunning fireworks show right in the street in front of his house. Until, 4 police cars showed up, that is. They were able to finish the show after a few delays.
We got to see most of the whole immediate family and all the cousins. We scarfed NY pizza, bagels and canoli, saw My Sister's Keeper and finally packed for home and listened to the Harry Potter Half-Blood Prince audio book for the drive home, which made the time fly.
Upon getting home I secured our midnight passes for the Harry Potter premiere. We can't wait!