Hit a wall again, I see.
I never did start that 1958 football game.
I’ve been feeling a bit burnt out after the baseball postseason began.
3 weeks later I think I’m coming out of that funk.
Though what I have on deck may not be my usual thing…
Yeah, this never has worked for me: setting up a schedule for what to play on any given day.
I had a table that I rolled dice one to try to determine what game I would play on a given night. Didn’t work, never stuck to it, and it was edited many times as I finished a given replay.
I want to try to organize my play between sports games and war games, so maybe I should just alternate my weekly focus from one to the other, because I’ve actually found myself frozen into inaction as I try to decide between the two hobbies. I end up doing neither and spending too much time online or wallowing in my own indecision.
So starting this week, I’ll continue with the war games (Bataan! is my primary focus), and switch to sports next week, just in time for the big racing day of 2017 (Monaco GP/Indy 500/World 600), which happens to fall on my sister’s birthday. Focus will be on baseball and (of course) racing games.
And maybe wrestling.
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The Windows 10 400 from the Northwest Empire International Raceway
Race results and current standings:
A lot of cars involved in a late race incident, knocking a few drivers out of the race and many more to the back of the field to finish deep in the pack.
Next up: the Cross Tech 500 from the Northern Lights Motordome.
So instead of Winston Cup 1979, I decided to go back to one of the 2016 fictional series that I started…
The Stock Car Racing America (SCRAM) Pepsi Cup Racing Series. TRUCK RACING!
Event #4: Windows 10 400 from the Northwest Empire International Raceway.
On the pole: Kelly Wiley in the #22 Honda Ridgeline.
The Facebook favorites:
David Loutitt starts 5th in the #12 BMW Modified X5
Chris Saguisag starts 31st in the #24 Honda Ridgeline
Turbo Gayle starts 35th in the #3 Chevy Silverado
I’ll get right to it as soon as I finish this series between the 1967 Giants and 1967 Phillies…
I’ve been neglecting my other replays. Time to get back to the other, non-baseball ones.
Gentlemen, start your engines…
I toyed with the idea of setting up a goal of finishing 50% of each of my current projects by the middle of the year.
But then I realized that this could turn this more into a chore than a hobby.
So I’ll make it a not-so-strict goal, with the baseball projects taking priority.
And I still plan to start the 1917 full season replay sometime soon.
April 22, 1979: Virginia 500
Race results and current standings:
Your race winner, Benny Parsons!
Next: May 6, 1979 – The Winston 500 @ Alabama International Motor Speedway
This is a new beginning for this particular site, so I’m not sure if I’ll post previous stuff, or just continue on from where the last site left off.
Which would mean these replays:
1921 NY Giants season (Payoff Pitch Baseball)
1967 San Francisco Giants season (Ball Park Baseball)
1967 Denver Broncos season (Second Season)
1974 John D’Acquisto season (History Maker Baseball)
1979 Winston Cup Racing Series (Red White & Blue Racing)
1984 Dwight Gooden Rookie season (Replay Baseball)
1985 Doc Gooden Cy Young season (Inside Pitch Baseball)
1990 Harbaugh ‘What if?’ scenario (Second Season)
These were the ones I was focusing on before the other site was hacked, so I’ll be playing these soon enough.
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1921, 1967, 1974, 1984, 1985, 1990, Baseball, Chicago Bears, Denver Broncos, Dwight Gooden, Jim Harbaugh, John D'Acquisto, New York Giants, New York Mets, Racing, San Francisco Giants, Winston Cup |