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Cool, I've done one WoD LARP in college. I had more fun doing Legend of the Five Rings LARPs at GenCon a couple times.
It'll be interesting to see how this plays out. It might up his cred in some sectors, lower it some others.edit on 8-4-2014 by ketsuko because: (no reason given)
If his opponent has any political savy at all, he will post up a photo of Ted Yoho in costume. I would think he has enough baggage with a name like Yoho without adding real live geekyness to it. Good on the GOP for allowing him in the party; they try so hard to keep from looking like geeks.
All hail Ted Nugent!!
We real men dress up like cowboys, cops, sailors and red indians.edit on 8-4-2014 by olaru12 because: (no reason given)
We need more 'weird' people and less a-holes.
These are the people who think two men getting married is weird?
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Yep, yep, real life does get in the way of the game doesn't it?
Husband and I also used to play at least twice a month until our GM got deployed, then another group member moved back to NOLA, and the guy whose house we were using got divorced.
We could likely find a group, but they all play D&D, and I just have had too many back experiences with that system.edit on 8-4-2014 by ketsuko because: (no reason given)
You know, what we may actually really need is a politician who plays "Call of Cthulhu".
I love me some RPG's, especially the old Shadowrun....but LARPing has also seemed weird to me. Just my opinion....not my cup of tea.
But as others have stated, it doesn't matter what these people do in their spare time. If the serve their people, I could care less and I hope the dice fall in their favor.