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Posted 31 March 2009 - 12:28 AM
Got the last Buzz Quiz at the Six Corners Sears! Thanks CAG 79!
Posted 31 March 2009 - 11:18 PM
+1 for the meet-up. I went last time and enjoyed myself. How many people did we have last time? It was about 10 of us or so, right? Too bad we can't have it at someone's place. I was going to make fun of everyone for living in mommy and daddy's basement, but that's basically what I'm doing for now until I can find a decent full-time job.
I can make it out to Schaumburg if we go to gameworks, but I think that might be hard to manage for a lot of guys. Dave and Buster's I hear is kind of expensive. If it is, it might also be a problem. Me? I'm an alcoholic, so a bar is ideal for me. I went with my cousin to a bar last week that had a NES and PS2 hooked up to two TVs and wireless controllers...and PBR is $1 everyday. Not a bad place.
Any other ideas?
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Snow again.. shit.
Posted 07 April 2009 - 05:30 AM
Looking forward to the meet up, I'm in Evanston. I would say a lake front cookout (with BYOB) would be the true CAG way to go, but as we know there is not guarantee on the weather until June. Maybe I missed the location, but the place with $1 PBRs didn't sound bad. OP what is the location of said bar?
Posted 07 April 2009 - 06:06 PM
I believe it's walking distance to the Lawrence Red Line stop. It's definitely walking distance to a red line stop around there. Obviously I'll find out for sure if we were to go there. My cousin lives by there and introduced me to the place. I wonder if we couldn't even just take our own PS2 games. I'm sure they wouldn't care. It's a laid back place.
Also, that BYOBBBQ is a good idea. That way we could have everyone there regardless of age and also have a cheap bar tab. Not sure where we'd be able to do that, but I'd be up for it for sure.
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The prices are good for at least all of Wisconsin/Illinois. I would assume the prices were good everywhere.
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Posted 12 April 2009 - 05:41 PM
I haven't really been following the Block Buster video game selling thing. So are they having a clearance sale on these games because they are now longer going to carry new games for sale or just to make some shelf space?
Posted 13 April 2009 - 01:31 AM
Pre-going out of business sale most likely IMO. Here in Evanston I've already seen one BB close its doors. The BB financials point towards all their store shutting their doors by the end of the year. It will be interesting if congress decides to bail them out:roll:.
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