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Does any one on twitter have a Friends of the show in @libertyRFP list I would like to subscribe to it 😇
Hi from Dhaka.
Thanks for sharing your wisdom and insightful curation with us every other day. You are making a difference :)
hey, just dropping a line... we have talked in the past... I find your writing to be my favorite frequency-to-interesting-information ratio! I often don't comment because you send me down a whole bunch of new rabbit holes... so... I have waaaayyy too many notes in my software about Nuclear now :-)
I would probably feel more comfortable e-mailing... but... I will drop you a comment more often ;-)
Just getting to this newsletter now, I clearly have a large backlog but I'll catchup soon. Just dropped by to say hi and thank you for the newsletters!
Thank you Liberty for so much great content. Hi from London.
Thanks for all your hard work, liberty! Enjoy this and your Twitter account immensely. Have a great week
I like Liberty's constant "refeynmants" of his mental models. RPF would be proud of you.
238y42d3d423byfhfhgkii2dsdf. But seriously, appreciate your newsletter!
A good family-oriented co-op is Space Escape, aka Naked Mole Rats in Space: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/262536/space-escape -- there's also Forbidden Island, by the creator of (and using a kind of ultra-stripped-down ruleset of) Pandemic, one of the all-time greats of recent board games and yet one I've felt no desire to play in the last couple of years.
Liberty, newsletters have been mostly a gift (high volume of niche, interesting writing) with a bit of curse mixed in (newsletter fatigue, amplified FOMO, etc), and even as I've gone through the process of evolving my mix each month, I find myself more and more often reading yours first. The free-form structure, variety of topics, small insights presented without pretense (no Twitter gurus please) make this eminently readable/enjoyable/satisfying.
Hello Liberty - I love your emails. thank you
Hello from Germany as well!
We have a vibrant board game community (I think a surprisingly high percentage of board games is developed by germans) with the prestigious "german board price" award. A lot of the games are probably for your kids when they are older tough: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deutscher_Spiele_Preis. More family friendly games are found in the "(board) game of the year" award list: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spiel_des_Jahres. Probably another rabbit hole ;)
Thank you so much for keeping up the newsletter. I get immense pleasure out of reading it!
Boardgamegeek.com is a great resource for identifying good board games for you
Hello from Finland! A snowy Sunday afternoon, some cross-country skiing and a chance to enjoy a few healthy bites of curated curiosity. Good stuff, as always.
Greetings from Okinawa, Japan. I'm a huge fan of your newsletter. Liberty's Highlights with a cup of green tea is a prefect way to start my day. Thank you!!