Currently, there is a huge discussion in Ireland regarding feral youth gangs attacking, robbing, mugging people and destroying public property, without consequences. This has been an ongoing issue for years, but it is becoming more prevalent in the public mind with the rise of delivery drivers for deliveroo, justeat, ubereats on bicycles being attacked. In … Continue reading Feral youth gangs in Dublin – a racist issue or a wider problem?
I am always surprised regarding this Apple hostility and Google credibility, especially in Germany. Especially with the rampant typical German paranoia about technology, in particular, anything related to the Internet and US companies. I work in the IAAS, PAAS, SAAS area with a strong relation to technology, marketing and yes also the legal part to … Continue reading Why would you want to switch form Apple to Android?
In light of the recent data breach, I thought let’s share this tool again. You only need to enter your email address and check if it has been breached, you’ll see if what data breaches and at what point in time. Again I can only emphasise to use 2FA and use save passwords. Meaning avoids … Continue reading Make sure your passwords and email addresses are safe
Canvas Eagles, some times known as Blue Max, is a fast paced tabletop game that simulates the dogfights between Planes during World War I. Canvas Eagles is played with 1-6 models per player on a hex map, a paper map that is divided into 6 sided square fields. The aircraft are simultaneously moved to … Continue reading Canvas Eagles
Flames of War is a tabletop game that reproduces the battles of World War II, it is played on landscaped terrain and is kept in scale 1/100. The game system is based on brigades, which are divided into platoons (units). The game system is played with D6 and the players take turn in altercation, … Continue reading Flames of War
In the last years, a lot of options came out for gamers, looking to play on more than the classic kitchen-table surface. Back when I started to game the most luxury there was where paper grass mats used for model trains. And even though GW offered one in the classic 6' by 4' measurement, it … Continue reading Gaming mats for Miniature tabletop games.
Confrontation was a Skirmish Tabletop by Rackham. It died when Rackham switched from its widely high regarded Metall miniatures directed at painters, too expensive prepainted plastics. Confrontation is played with a maximum of 20 miniatures per player on the field, but on average there were between 7 and 14 miniatures per player. The game … Continue reading Confrontation 3.5
In this article, I'll cover the tools and materials I use to clean, build and paint my miniatures and how to take care of your paints. First we'll make a list of tools and materials you'll need to set up an awesome and complete Hobbystation and then will discuss these in detail: A cutting mat … Continue reading What tools and paints to use for painting and building your miniatures.
Disclaimer: I have nothing against Refugees, and I personally believe we should help people fleeing war, however it is important to understand mechanisms used to manipulate the wider population. Well, it was, not really induced but the opportunity was grabbed by Merkel and the Brussels powers. And the British rightwing completely fell for this. Brexit … Continue reading Why and how Brexit was induced by Merkel and the EU.
Necromunda is a Terrain heavy skirmish Tabletop game where 80s style Punk/Rock culture based Gangs are pitched against each other. If you've seen the classic movie Warriors, and Judge Dredd (either one) and mix those you'd get a good idea about the setting. The game takes place in the Hives (huge cities build in towers (arcologies)) … Continue reading Necromunda