Brother XL2600I Sew Advance Sew Affordable 25-Stitch Free-Arm Sewing Machine

Brother XL2600I Sew Advance Sew Affordable 25-Stitch Free-Arm Sewing Machine

  • Free-arm sewing machine with 25 built-in stitches, each with multiple stitch functions; good for novices and everyday sewing projects
  • Accessory storage built into free arm; includes 5 accessory presser feet and bilingual user’s manual
  • Features needle threader, thread cutter, drop-in bobbin loading, and auto bobbin winding; 1-step auto-size buttonholer
  • 110-volt machine operates with foot pedal; light bulb for workspace illumination
  • We do not recommend using this machine in countries that do not support 120V AC even if a voltage adapter is in use.

XL2600i Easy-to-use sewing machine with 25 built-in stitches. Perfect for everyday sewing The Brother XL2600i is perfect even for beginner sewers, with features that are easy to learn and use, a lightweight compact style and an instruction manual that helps take you through everything from basic setup to custom-sized buttonholes. This versatile sewing machine is perfect for so many home sewing projects such as altering and creating clothing, crafting, quilting, home decor and more. Load

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Jane’s Advance Strike Fighters – PC

Jane’s Advance Strike Fighters – PC

  • Azbaristan, a country about to explode – J.A.S.F. thrusts you into the pilot’s seat as an American squadron leader caught in the middle of a long overdue war to reunify the once proud country of Azbaristan. Take part in the Azbarian civil war across 16 thrilling missions
  • Cunning Enemies from the North – Take on the massive assault of aerial, ground and naval forces with only seconds to decide your fate of victory or defeat
  • Combat over land, air and sea – Over 65,000km2 of continuous terrain, including cities, industrial centers, mountainous regions and deserts
  • Diverse Array of Advanced Fighters to Fly – Access to over 30 flyable jets from the US, Europe, Russia and China. It also features the very best of the next generation in fighters such as the F-22A Raptor, F-35 Lightning II, Russia’s Su-35 Super Flanker and their newest plane, the 5th Generation PAK-FA

Command Aerial Combat Units Across Enemy Lines.J.A.S.F. thrusts you into the center of the Azbaristan civil war where you must defend yourself against a vicious assault of aerial ground and naval forces trying to take you down. You ll assume the role of American squadron leader Razor and fight to reunify a once peaceful and proud country.Features: Intense air bat over land and sea. 16 epic and engaging missions. 30 different jets from 3 continents . 16-person multiplayer action. Real-time radio

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Advance 2898 Chatty Cathy Doll Clothes Patterns

Advance 2898 Chatty Cathy Doll Clothes Patterns

Doll Patterns.

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Chatty Cathy Wardrobe, Advance 2897

Chatty Cathy Wardrobe, Advance 2897

hard to find, rare pattern in unused, ff condition.

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13/04/2009 (Day 3.103) – The Inexorable Advance Of The Weird Reich

13/04/2009 (Day 3.103) – The Inexorable Advance Of The Weird Reich
Weird
Image by Kaptain Kobold
Well today was supposed to be the day of my first Aussie ‘Hordes of the Things’ competition, part of a larger wargames competition which is always held in Wollongong over Easter. I painted figures for it specially, despite not being too inspired a couple of weeks ago.

Last week the competition was cancelled. It seems that whilst there were enough ‘Hordes of the Things’ entrires to make that part of it viable, the other games weren’t so well subscribed and it wasn’t worth the cost of hiring the venue.

However the organiser was happy to host a day of ‘Hordes of the Things’ at his house, so that’s what I’ve done all day; played soldiers. I used my Weird Reich fantasy WWII German army, expanded to 48 points* as that was the format for the competition. We got in three games during the course of the day and, because I’m playing in a new country, they were all against people I’d not played before. I won all three of them 🙂

This picture slows the closing stages of my first game, against Victor who came down from Sydney to take part. He was using some undead hordes, but can be seen here removing some of them from the table whilst I ponder my next move.

Thanks to Dave for hosting the day; I had a great time. We’re hoping to make in-house wargaming meets a regular thing in this area now, which would be great. I miss my wargaming.

For TOTW: A familar game at a new (to me) venue.

A year ago today I was facing down the future.

*Pictures to follow. Pictures of the original parts of the army (along with their Soviet opponents) can be seen here.

Game Boy Advance SP – Flame

Game Boy Advance SP – Flame

  • This incredible redesign features a fantastic flip-screen; unopened, the unit fits easily in your pocket
  • When it’s opened, gamers are in for a treat — the screen can display up to 32,000 colors, and has a backlit screen for comfortable game viewing
  • Redesigned button and D-pad placement make for hours of more comfortable playing
  • Powered by a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery that provides 18 hours of play with the light off(up to 10 hours with the light on)
  • Games are backwards-compatible — your Game Boy Advance games will play just fine on the GBA SP

The GBA SP is as small as a celphone and more portable than the original GBA. Take your portable gaming to the next dimension with this futuristic new game system! Color – FlameMany decried the original Game Boy Advance’s reflective LCD screen and its reliance on external light sources. The Game Boy Advance SP’s main feature–optional backlighting–fixes this complaint nicely, but it’s the wealth of other features that makes this system so surprisingly good. At first look, you might think t

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Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP – Cobalt

Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP – Cobalt

  • This incredible redesign features a fantastic flip-screen; unopened, the unit fits easily in your pocket
  • When it’s opened, gamers are in for a treat — the screen can display up to 32,000 colors, and has a backlit screen for comfortable game viewing
  • Redesigned button and D-pad placement make for hours of more comfortable playing
  • Powered by a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery that provides 18 hours of play with the light off(up to 10 hours with the light on)
  • Games are backwards-compatible — your Game Boy Advance games will play just fine on the GBA SP

A completely redesigned version of the popular Game Boy Advance, this system has an illumination feature and a sleek, flip-screen design — making it the most distinctively stylish, compact and portable Game Boy system.Early Adopters Pick: March 2003. As the world’s smallest video-game platform, the Game Boy Advance SP is also the first to use a built-in rechargeable battery. Many decried the original Game Boy Advance’s reflective LCD screen and its reliance on external light sources. The Gam

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Nintendo Game Boy Advance – Indigo

Nintendo Game Boy Advance – Indigo

  • It features a more powerful processor than any previous portable system, for faster, smoother gameplay
  • The high-resolution, full color screen makes the game jump out at you — 50% bigger than Game Boy Color
  • Two new buttons, L & R, bring you more control & game options
  • Extended battery life lets you play for up to 15 hours on a pair of AA batteries
  • Compact Game Paks let you store your game progress & are smaller then Game Boy Color Paks

Not only can you coordinate you GBA with your hair color (it comes in arctic, glacier, indigo and fuchsia) but you can be king of game mountain. Portable gaming entered a new era when the Game Boy Advance was released. This is not your older brother’s Game Boy; the Advance has some powerful new enhancements. The screen is bigger, better to see 32-bit graphics. In fact, it delivers a sharper picture than some current TV-based consoles. You’ll also see 10 times more colors than the Game Boy Color

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Game Boy Advance SP Pearl Blue

Game Boy Advance SP Pearl Blue

  • This incredible redesign features a fantastic flip-screen; Unopened, the unit fits easily in your pocket
  • When it’s opened, gamers are in for a treat — the screen can display up to 32,000 colors, and has a Backlit screen for comfortable game viewing
  • Redesigned button and D-pad placement make for hours of more comfortable playing
  • Powered by a rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery that provides 18 hours of play with the light off(up to 10 hours with the light on)
  • Games are backwards-compatible — your Game Boy Advance games will play just fine on the GBA SP

The GBA SP is as small as a PDA and more portable than the original GBA. Take your portable gaming to the next dimension with this futuristic new game system! Color – Pearl Blue

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