Scott Hardie | January 27, 2002
I canceled my Star Trek game today. It was inevitable, but I held out as long as I could. The blame is partly mine, for laziness and indecision (over ending it) at the end, but also that of certain players who didn't play. Oh well. They can't all be world games.


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