I find War to be the most futile game on the face of the planet. From the moment that the cards are dealt, a winner can be determined. I honestly don’t have anything to say about this game other than … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: December 2011
Not to be confused with the city across the pond (though it may be related), Liverpool is a card game similar to Rummy. Honestly I’m writing this post a little far removed from the game, so really the only thing … Continue reading
Today we played “Presidents”. It’s also often called capitalism. Because of these titles, it often results in interesting political commentary and verbal political cartoons prior to the start of play, which I always love. I think one interesting aspect of … Continue reading
I want to develop empowered communities. Period. The topics discussed at this conference that I attended at Princeton University (causing me to miss CM) stirred something in me that I wasn’t familiar with. I’ve enjoyed my team as an Applied … Continue reading
If you would like to follow my trip while in Riva San Vitale with the rest of the PGS group, you can find the blog here: http://blogs.is.vt.edu/notafraid/ . Hope you enjoy!
Economics is the study of choice, the study of value. According to economics, you always pick the option that brings you the most value, whether that be monetary profit, altruistic fulfillment, kicks and giggles, or something else. I find that … Continue reading