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Author Topic: The New "TSR" Homepage?  (Read 177 times)


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The New "TSR" Homepage?
« on: July 19, 2021, 10:19:07 PM »
Hopefully this is the right place for this question, but can anyone link me to the new "TSR" homepage if they have one?

Every time I try to look it up all I get is a lot of whining about comments Ernie Gyrax made in some video. It's unbelievable, has it really gotten this bad in role playing games? What happened?

If that TSR is going to hold firm here they do get a thumbs up from me.

(Note to Wizards of the Coast: Hey, geniuses, haven't you figured out how this works yet? The SJWs are never, EVER satisfied. If you start in about racism with orcs and drow (which is ridiculous) then the next move from the "woke" will be "why did you allow it to go on for so long?" and you'll be hit by a new set of demands.)

If this is not the place for this could someone send me the link somehow and then delete this?
I'm 55. My profile won't record this. It's only right younger members know how old I am.