The Greatest Generation / How 'Dungeons' changed the world
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Post Posted: Fri Nov 19, 2004 2:56 pm 
 

Nice little story from the Boston Globe, November 15

FOR A WHILE, it seemed, I was part of a generation with no discernable qualities, no great contribution to American culture. Too young to be boomers, too old to be "Gen X," this generation was a product of the burned out excess of the seventies married to the surface glow of the eighties. But here in 2004, I realize I belong to the luckiest generation, and not only that, I am part of the luckiest sub-culture within. Maybe we didn't give the world the Beatles or John Updike, but we gave the world Dungeons and Dragons.

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"Its either a wand to cast Bigby's Hand spells or a +3 backscratcher. We're not sure which."

  
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