Joined: Jan. 2006
|Quote (Doc Bill @ April 01 2010,15:48)|
|It's a nice day, hardly any sleet or freezing fog to speak of, so I decided to walk from|
but got turned around as usual and ended up at
I'll head south to
I know a pub there that keeps a month-old keg of Bass, overgassed, and does a nice pork pie, or it might be jellied eel, I can never tell.
Drinks on me.
However generous you are with the drinks, it's still one move per turn.
Which one do you want? Green Park (nice for the Ritz), Piccadilly Circus (nice for the rent boys), Charing Cross (nice for trying to get to Kent sometime that year), or Lambeth North (nice for, well pretty much sod all as it goes)?
It isn't just you Doc Bill, many of our newer players are trying to pull as many stops as they can per turn. These multi-stop moves are beginning to disrupt play. Any more of this sort of nonsense and I'll have to start invoking Crebbit's Rule.