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Second, our <a href="/kickstarter">Kickstarter is drawing to a close</a>, and we wanted to thank some of our friends who helped us out. So we've decided to co-opt our regular painting club time on Saturday to have a Kickstarter Close Party!


Saturday, August 25

11AM - 6PM

<a href="https://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=embed&hl=en&geocode=&q=Reaper+Game+Store,+Teasley+Lane,+Denton,+TX+76210&aq=1&oq=REap9062+teasley+ln+denton+tx+76210&sll=33.139204,-97.097082&sspn=0.044703,0.077162&gl=us&g=9062+Teasley+Ln,+Denton,+Texas+76210&ie=UTF8&hq=Reaper+Game+Store,&hnear=Teasley+Ln,+Denton,+Texas+76210&t=m&cid=9037001873349945651&ll=33.157529,-97.067642&spn=0.057484,0.154324&z=13">Reaper HQ, Denton, TX</a>


RSVP to <a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a>


(But seriously RSVP if you can. We need to buy food.)


Everyone is invited. If you're in the Denton area, we'd love to see you! If you're not in the Denton area, we'd love for you to see us!


We're going to be running around with our cellphones posting little video clips of this and that through the <a href="http://www.tout.com">Tout</a> service. You can follow along at at <a href="http://www.reapermini.com/tout">http://www.reapermini.com/tout</a>. (Not much to see yet, but we'll be updating that on Saturday.)


In case you missed the news bump...

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I do have some Southwest buddy passes I need to use up, and my sister was promising me a bacholerette party.....



Ha ha. I kid. Bacholerette parties are for the other ladies more so than the bride... these women need to live vicariously through me, and have an excuse to leave their boyfriends and husbands alone for a night or two of debauchery. While I would like a nice game of chess... with a martini of course. Or maybe a drunken speed paint competition... now that's my kind of bachlorette party.


I never said I wasn't lame. :)

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Reaper Bryan, I hope a bottle of single malt 15 year scotch (or whatever you prefer) awaits you as your own personal stretch goal.

(at least this goal looks like it won't need 4AM updating :upside: )



Dwarven Ranger - RRrrrr I ain't be a pirate... so I ain't be havin' either a wooden leg or a limp... :ph34r:

I be da udder kind'a lame.. da one where I would rather play board games all night den sit in de tavern, drinkin' swill, and courtin' da lads.

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I regret that I can't make it; a four hour drive there and back the weekend before school starts is just more than I can manage. But those of you who do make it? Raise one for Doc, and another for yourselves!

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