Re: Games for soldiers -- follow-up note
- Hmmm, it reads more to me like you are being modest about what you are
able to provide to people who are facing truly horrible circumstances.
Equally, finding your column to be negative and sarcastic? Are we
reading the same column. I do not mean to belittle you in ANY WAY but
speaking as someone who makes his living with those two attitudes
(www.collateraldamage.biz) that column came across as nice and
informative. Also, speaking as someone whose brother played for the US
Army team in the George Bush Desert Classic, a little nay-saying
sarcasm helped me to get through that incredibly long year.
--- In Unity_Games@yahoogroups.com, "W. Eric Martin" <eric@...> wrote:
> Someone pointed out to me privately that the final line in my post
> games for soldiers -- "I'm glad that Boardgame News can contribute its
> few boxes to this effort." -- sounds dismissive. This isn't what I
> intended, but I understand how it could be read this way. I merely
> to sound humble in the face of much larger donations by publishers
> through GAMA.
> On reflection, I realize that my entire BGN column was fairly negative
> and sarcastic. I'll try not to be such a Negative Norman in the
> W. Eric Martin
> Editor, http://www.BoardgameNews.com
> Editor, http://www.FunandBoardgames.com