Mea Copa Overfloweth (Redux)
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Posted by Paul on February 16, 2013 | Short Link

I’m feeling grateful today, and blessed, and loved, but alone. For many – if not most – of us this is a solitary hobby that we pursue. It’s a testament to our human need for connection that blogs like this one and forums like those on Delphi and in other places are such wonderful gathering […]

England vs. Germany, 1915
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Posted by Paul on May 17, 2012 | Short Link

From the Library of Congress, this poster was printed 51 years before anyone ever said “Two World Wars and One World Cup.” Speaking of the 1966 World Cup, I’d like to replay that tournament someday. My next World Cup project will be 1998, however, to be played with Mea Copa and Classic Soccer. In the […]

Current Tabletop Sports Projects
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Posted by Paul on March 20, 2012 | Short Link

These are the projects I’m currently working on, or planning to start within the next month: click on the list to see it at full size As I review this list, it occurs to me that I really want to try some other sports besides baseball and soccer.  I would love a great football game.  […]

1986 World Cup Final: SPAIN 2, MEXICO 1
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Posted by Paul on February 1, 2012 | Short Link

1986 WORLD CUP FINAL SPAIN 2 -1 MEXICO  The following is a transcript of the Live Twitter feed from the action, posted in chronological order: JUNE 29, 1986 Mexico City – Estadio Azteca: It was merely 9 months ago that the earth of this proud nation was torn asunder by an 8.0 quake.  Today the […]

1986 World Cup Final 2nd Half – LIVE!
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Posted by Paul on February 1, 2012 | Short Link

FINAL:SPAIN 2, MEXICO 1(3′ Salinas, 34′ Butragueno, 75′ Servin) — Paul Dylan (@heyblue) February 2, 2012 Here is the roll:100!Congratulations to Spain – Los Campeones del Mundo 1986! — Paul Dylan (@heyblue) February 2, 2012 They roll for shot chances, in stoppage time each opportunity is only a 5% chance of success. Need a 36 […]

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