I think there are over 100 pics in the post. Here's a couple pictures so you have an idea...
The Girl going wicked fast.
Me... adjusting my rear hub... AGAIN!
And here are the weekend's RPGaDay questions
WHICH RPG FEATURES THE BEST WRITING?
Again I’m not entirely clear on what is the “best writing”? Do they mean the most lyrical and literary with the most flavourful flavour text? Or do they meant the rules with the the most clear and concise technical rule writing?
I’m a painfully slow reader. So, I’ve never really read game rules just to read them for the sake of reading and enjoying the writing. I read as much as I can to understand the rules or the setting or the adventure I’m going to run and skip the rest. I’m more concerned with whether the rules are laid out in an order that makes sense and if I’ll be able to find the rules I need to refer to in the future!
WHAT IS THE BEST SOURCE FOR OUT-OF-PRINT RPGs?
I find that FLGS that don't have an online catalogue are the best for finding old treasures - I've found a few gems squirrelled away on the bottom shelf in the back corner or in their bargain bins...
Other than that... the Sentry Box? (at least back when Sean worked there and staff could actually LOCATE stuff that was in their catalogue)
I've picked up the occasional item of eBay or ABE books...
I know of others who’ve gotten amazing deals at conventions…
I suppose a lot are available as PDFs at RPGNow or Drive-ThruRPG. Does it even count as "out of print" if it's still available as a PDF?
In Other News...
I really need to get cracking on some Jet Bikes!
Amanda's off to Seattle, but not before leaving me with this cold she came down with on the last day of our vacation! Boooo!