BonusBabe – Backgammon
BonusBabe – Ministers' “Mouth-Rinsing” on Satellite Channels
Sometimes I wish I could spend my days and nights leaning on a rotten wooden table in a popular coffee shop overlooking two streets, with a television set that only airs black and white shows, in the hope that I would become completely frozen and my mind would stop analyzing.
Tue, 12 Feb 2013 16:52:32 GMT
BonusBabe – Wine bars worth visiting in Westchester County – Newsday
Wine bars worth visiting in Westchester County
It's a good place to unwind with a game of backgammon or take in a game on the widescreen TV. The 400-bottle wine cellar concentrates on top tier California wines from the mid-1990s on, although there is a little of everything. A revolving by-the-glass …
Wed, 13 Feb 2013 17:42:08 GMT
BonusBabe – The One Interview Question You Should Ask
This question is guaranteed to reveal the most organized, analytical, and efficient candidates. "I want you to explain something to me. Pick any topic you want: a hobby you have, a book you’ve read, a project you worked on–anything. You’ll have just five minutes to explain it. At the beginning of the five minutes you shouldn't assume anything about what I know, and at the end I should …
Wed, 13 Feb 2013 16:51:54 GMT
BonusBabe – Single For Valentine’s Day? Lucky You! – Neon Tommy
Single For Valentine's Day? Lucky You!
We stumbled into the game room (pool, checkers, backgammon) and challenged each other to a checkers match. We had a few cocktails by this point, so failed to notice the abandoned wallet just next to the table until one of our friends asked us if it was …
Thu, 14 Feb 2013 03:07:04 GMT
BonusBabe – Kevin Bacon on subway: He isn't the only famous face to take public transportation (+video)
Kevin Bacon says he goes on the subway every day. Bacon said that when he is on the subway, he plays games like Angry Birds and backgammon .
Tue, 05 Feb 2013 16:51:00 GMT
BonusBabe – Who Done It? – The Majalla Magazine
The Majalla Magazine
Who Done It?
The Majalla Magazine
BACKGAMMON blog: A board game played in smoky cafes from Beirut to Baghdad. Backgammon's earliest ancestor is five thousand years old and was unearthed in southern Iraq. 'Backgammon' covers the state of play in the countries spanning the Fertile …
VIEW : Sir Burton on games played in Sindh — Kaleem Butt
Pakistan Daily Times
The latter are used like dice at backgammon to decide the number of the squares to be moved over. The names of the game are derived from 'channar' the technical term, when all four cowries fall to the ground with the slit upwards, and 'pissi' when only …
Tue, 12 Feb 2013 20:48:18 GMT