Our next meeting will be on Tuesday 15th December, at the Horse and Jockey pub in Stanford-in-the-Vale. As usual, we will be playing shorter games from 7.30pm as people arrive, until 8pm when we will start something a little longer.
This week the “Feature Game” will be Between Two Cities. Set in the early 1800s, a time of immense construction and urbanization, this is an unusual game as players are paired with a partner with whom they discuss and execute their grandiose development plans. We chose this quick, interesting, partnership-driven tile-drafting game as it should leave us with plenty of time to play other games.
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And speaking of city planners…
A judge, a bishop, and a city planner were having a discussion. All three were rather vain , and their talk soon turned to the question of which of them was the greatest.
“Well,” said the judge, “my position is one of dignity and power. When I walk into the courtroom, the bailiff says, ‘All rise!’ and all the people stand to pay me honour.”
“That’s very nice,” responded the bishop. “People stand in your honour, but when people have an audience with me they kneel, kiss my ring, and they address me as ‘Your Eminence.'”
The city planner snorted and said, “I think I’ve got you both. When I walk into any room as a consultant, the people look down, put their hands over their eyes, and say ‘Oh, my God!'”