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  1. Hello there, There's postings about Warhammer Fest Europe and related 40k stuff: * Horus Heresy book series ending and a new one starting * Blood Angels get specific Contemptor Dreadnought chassis * Adeptus Titanicus get warhounds * Necromunda stuff * Kill Team: Rogue Trader * Sisters of Battle update with some pics * lots of cool stuff y'all https://www.warhammer-community.com/2018/08/18/18th-aug-warhammer-fest-europe-live-bloggw-homepage-post-1fw-homepage-post-1/#RT
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    The future of non-primaris SM?

    "You’ll get what you deserve soon enough, We Primaris Marines are the future, and we will be the death of you" With statements like that, Guilliman's spies aren't being warmly welcomed in the First Legion. I think that GW will continue rule sets for both models but I can totally see only Primaris models being released. There is enough of the older range of models, why not go with the new stuff and explore/expand from there?
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    Koyote's Mordheim Kislev

    At some point I really, really, really need to watch you green stuff... erm, stuff.
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    Sacrificing Virgins (in film)

    (perhaps for film-making purposes the thought of "virgin" immediately had directors/casters/etc. think of comely young ladies... and the actresses that wanted to be starlets?)
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    Attempt to Win Free Terrain

    I completed the survey. Hope it helps you. Stay safe, don
  6. Master of Mankind (Horus Heresy), ADB. Really enjoyed the peek behind the curtain so to speak (no spoilers from me). Tragically sad. The Longmire series by Craig Johnson. Immensely enjoyable. Pathfinder novels in between. I like them, some better than others.
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    For Science! Need models for stripping

    My wife walked by and saw the thread title and giggled, muttering "I'm not falling for that! Pfft, for science!"
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    Rate the last series/season you saw (TV)

    Silicon Valley Season 4. 4/5 Still a great show. Smart writing and laugh out loud moments in each episode. Plus, great end credit soundtracks in every season!
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    Rate the Last Movie You Saw

    Wifey poo and I watched "Wind River" last night. Not a bad flick, if a bit predictable. 6 or 7/10 We enjoyed the aspects of "life on the Rez" and how its really a different world a lot of the time. Side note / rant: I'm tired of Hollywood doing cinematic terminal ballistics. If a human is struck with a round they don't fly backwards from the impacts. Physics (on both ends) still applies. I get it from a "hey, we need the audience to get a visual representation of what occurs" but people start believing that stuff.
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    New Kill Team boxed set / rules / etc.

    Kill Team Focus: Harlequins is up https://www.warhammer-community.com/2018/07/14/kill-team-focus-harlequins/
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    New Kill Team boxed set / rules / etc.

    (I wanna see what all the terrain pieces from each set box is!)
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    H: 4x Sets of Burning for Prospero Custodes

    (My apologies for commenting, feel free to move to RoC if necessary) Read your first six words. Then read what remote sellers means. Add the two together and you will see that "remote seller" has to do with internet sales. Like your search for knowledge asked for. INTERNET. Not "I'm driving from Washington to Portland and buying something." It's "I live in Washington and will be taxed on something I buy on the internet from somewhere else."
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    H: 4x Sets of Burning for Prospero Custodes

    ... a great example of how goofy Washington can be. On a side note, if anyone has ever heard of a non-business entity getting hammered on use tax for a purchase of some miniatures on a sprue, we're all doomed.
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    H: 4x Sets of Burning for Prospero Custodes

    paxmiles, A "remote seller" is a business that does not have a physical presence inside the state. That's the whole basis for the "internet sales tax." Local brick n' mortar stores were crying foul because behemoths like (insert company here) didn't have to charge folks state sales tax because they didn't have a physical store inside the state. Example: I buy something from (insert company here) which is based in Ohio. No sales tax added. I buy the same thing down the street in Washington state. Sales tax So now those same "remote sellers" have to charge folks sales tax if certain criteria are met. In some cases there are exceptions, loopholes, etc. If you as a private party (read: not a licensed business) wanna sell some plastic figures to someone, don't worry about the sales tax... because I'm 99.9% sure you're not going to turn around and claim that as a business sale on your business taxes. Hope that clears it up.
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    H: 4x Sets of Burning for Prospero Custodes

    ... I wouldn't worry about one sale. But if you do tons of business I guess... For the State of Washington, look at the "marketplace fairness" section. We're talking established businesses that are registered.