Saturday and a quick summary
Reminder -- Saturday is at Casa de Bankler. RSVP in the comments if you are coming and didn't already drop me a note.
Dennis, Michael, Jon and I played 7 Ages today. (Technically, we played "2 Ages and change.") Who squeeked out the win through shenanigans isn't important. What is important is that:
- The Romans managed to survive two rebellions, an earthquake, several floods, the Normans, Carthaginians, Syracusians, Frankhs (Poor Frankhs!) and several other nations.
- The universally acclaimed language of art and scholarship? Gaelic.
- The T'Ang dynasty appeared so briefly that even Bill Clinton couldn't find it. 
- The Great Wall was originally built in Mexico. It later disappeared and was then discovered by a stunned Cato the Elder, who declaimed "Eram ut parietis hic heri?" 
- The Huns drove the Japanese out of China, then decimated the Tamil in India. And the aformentioned T'Ang.
Oh, and here's a note about the last time we played it ... I think I'm going to start tagging posts with the games involved.