Posts Tagged 'gaming'

Silver Snipers – A Video Gaming Team of Seniors

According to The Verge –

Earlier this year, Monica Idenfors stumbled upon a strange ad. It was a call for seniors interested in joining an e-sports team, with the goal of competing in a Counter Strike tournament at the Dreamhack digital festival in Sweden. As a recent retiree, Idenfors thought it sounded like an “exciting opportunity,” and a good way to spend her newfound free time. She signed up, and eventually joined as one of five members of a new squad cleverly named the Silver Snipers.

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The Forgotten Fifth Playing Card Suit

eagle-suit

According to Mental_floss –

In the late 1930s, the United States Playing Card Company was one of several manufacturers to introduce a 65-card deck. In addition to the four established suits, the packages contained a fifth: the eagle. (In England, companies sometimes used a royal symbol of crowns depicted in blue.) The cards were green instead of red or black and were intended for use in bridge games.

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This Site Must Be Legitimate – WinLottoGuaranteed.com

I think that tip #2 is all anyone needs in order to win the lotto. Remember, just pick the right numbers.

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Play 20 Questions Against A Computer

Akinator is an online 20 questions game. You think of any famous person or character and Akinator asks a series of questions to determine your person or character. Akinator is very good at the game. You must give a User name, age and sex before playing and the webpage looks like crap, but it is a great way to kill a few minutes.

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