Friday, July 28, 2006

Yet another twelve step program

Spending 16 hours a day on CTS? Have so many turn-based games going that you can't keep count any more? Still dreaming about chess?

You might be suffering from the little understood affliction of board game addiction. Fear not, there are people available to help. Board Gamers Anonymous (BGA) is an organization committed to helping board game addicts and their families.
"Most people are shocked when they hear about our group," states David, the founding member of the Newark chapter of BGA, "most people have never heard of board game addiction, but I can assure you it is a very real problem."
No doubt Tempo will eventually find his way to the Amsterdam chapter.

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