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I've ordered Cluedo Super Sleuth from eBay! :D

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Someone's having a shopping spree :)
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It's not me.
"Are you trying to make me look stupid in front of the other guests?"
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I'm debating about buying... THIS
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cacums wrote:Someone's having a shopping spree :)
:P

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No one wants to play Clue with me any more. :(

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I haven't played Clue in a while... I just cleaned my room and stacked my games ever so nicely...
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My little brother, along with my mom and little sister, are leaving for Poland for around 6 weeks today. We just played the last game of Clue for a while. It was the Reinvention, sadly, because most of the pieces from the '96 game are lost. White did it in the Dining Room with the Axe.
The two women exchanged the kind of glance women use when no knife is handy.
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Remember that fantastic Tudor Close website that used to float around? This one? Well, the author used Teri Hatcher as Miss Scarlet. I was flipping through channels today and caught a clip of Desperate Housewives and discovered the Teri Hatcher's character's mother was played by Lesley Ann Warren. Two Scarlets in one family.

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Anyone notice the number "45" is mentioned frequently in Clue games? It's also on the side of the box.

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As you all know, my website has not been updated in a looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooong time. I will update it some day.

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I convinced my mother and brother to play German Cluedo with me today.

It was Colonel Mustard (Oberst von Gatow) with the wrench (Rohrzange) in the conservatory (Wintergarten)
"Like my daddy always says, give me a good neuromuscular poison any day."

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So brother insists that we lay Czech Clue when I'm visiting and my friends up here heard I bought the Greek Travel edition for Christmas. The problem is the Greek is in Texas and the Czech is in Colorado. My brother is in Texas and well I'm in Colorado.
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I acquired whodunit yesterday afternoon with the help of my cousin...

It is very much like clue in the means of suspects, weapons, and rooms

The solution was Col. Salisbury with the Brass Pipe in the Green House

It's fun, but kinda long... well maybe not that long... beats Clue Reinvention
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The archive where I'm researching this summer has been going through construction and there is now a secret passage to the front door. We joked that my supervisor should be Colonel Mustard.
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I am now editing my website. I will post notices when new things are up.

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I've pretty much forgotten about mine... I'm just having major writers block and am looking for ways to pass the time while I slowly write the next episode... sentence by sentence at a time...
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I'm making some death cards for my board game, how could you kill some in the Study?

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Paperweight, rope from curtain, or carbon monoxide. The study is one of those rooms that might have a fireplace.
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Thanks, I just came up with an Idea.

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