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Current Issue Includes:
The Lost Campaigns of 1941: A Review of Forgotten Legions
Your Men are Obsolete: The Potential Futures of Aging Miniatures
by Jason Guard
First Battle of the Third Crusade: Latins Versus Saladin in Decision Games’ Acre
Red Storm at Kharkov: Strategy in Moments in History’s Ring of Fire
The Energy Crisis Goes Hot: Looking Back at Oil War
The Closed-Ended Simulation: Why Tobruk Could Not Go Far Beyond Gazala
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I have some Line of Departure news. As you might have noticed, I published an issue in the spring, and have been working on the next one ever since. Issue 83 is a work in active progress, and currently I'm working on a second review for it, this one on Jack W Greene's Togo. The one on The Day of Waterloo, from Against the Odds, is already done and ready to insert.
2018 was a terrible year for a lot of reasons, including and especially getting anything done on Line of Departure.…Continue
Posted on December 31, 2019 at 4:06pm — 1 Comment
I have some news for Line of Departure subscribers especially. Unfortunately it's not good. Today I got a bad diagnosis at a doctor's office, and my driving will be curtailed for the foreseeable future. No, it's not a DUI, nor is it connected with substance abuse. It's my heart, and it's been malfunctioning in a frightening manner. I have to get on the schedule with my invasive cardiologist, yes that's a…Continue
Posted on September 3, 2019 at 1:39pm — 9 Comments
I'm still working three jobs at the moment, teaching at two, and consulting for another company. So unemployment isn't giving me more time, far from it.
What's giving me extra time is that I keep on getting sentenced to Facebook Jail. I got a day before, for posting a meme of a cat that looked like Hitler, then after my suspension was lifted, they decided that there was nothing wrong with it. I was also suspended for a day, for a cartoon that made fun of the Ku Klux Klan. This…Continue
Posted on August 20, 2019 at 7:57pm — 8 Comments
Line of Departure Issue 82 (Spring 2019) is now available for purchase. The articles include a review of Forgotten Legions (Compass Games), along with analysis of Oil War (SPI), Acre (Decision Games), Ring of Fire (Moments in History), along with Tobruk (Avalon Hill). To read the Bully Pulpit editorial and see the full table of contents,…Continue
Posted on April 14, 2019 at 7:30pm — 1 Comment