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Arjuna07 Mar 2021 12:50 a.m. PST

To stirr things up a bit, I'm an eager proponent of disruptive economics, I thought it a good idea to mime a sock puppet of my new friend Tango and post one or two links of 'possible interest' to the honorable audience.
Don't think I have time for 50 per day…
Maybe 10 or so.

Do not not fear, just kidding.
I beg your pardon, but that user interface…

Without further ado, as my inner Bill, Shakespeare that is, William Shakespeare not that other Bill, here is what I found what those ****** Brits do to their blind veterans in Sussex when they have time on hand and do not counter German plans to conquer Europe:
'Minefield' by Lola Arias on blindveterans.or
As you can see in the second picture there they hand'em toy soldiers to comprehend.
Just saying, in case you want to ask where the connetion to miniature wargames is.

In case you're interested in such stuff here is the trailer to the play Minefield.
'Minefield' by Lola Arias on Vimeo

Did someone saw it when it toured in Great Britain 2017/18?
Or elsewhere?

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