My spare time is largely devoted to gaming of the non-video variety. Pen-and-paper RPGs (roleplaying games) are my favourite but that has given way to more board games and card games lately since they require far less setup time and commitment from other people. My favourite games right now are:
Roleplaying: AFMBE, Call of Cthulhu, d20 Modern, Deadlands Reloaded, Dungeons and Dragons, HackMaster, Kobolds Ate My Baby, Kult, Low Life, My Life With Master, Paranoia, Savage Worlds, Serenity, Star Wars d20, Toon, True20, Wars.
Board/Card/Miniatures: Arkham Horror, Carcassonne, Chez Geek, Hack, Hecatomb, High Stakes Drifter, Munchkin, Pirates CSG, Settlers Of Catan, Star Wars CCG (Decipher original), Wars TCG, Zombies
I've officially deemed myself too old to go out to concerts anymore, with very few exceptions. I'd still stay out until 2AM on a week-night for Fishbone. The four big un-checked boxes on my "gotta see 'em live" list are Bootsy Collins, Dread Zeppelin, Fun Lovin' Criminals, and De La Soul. Fate seems to be conspiring against me to never see these bands. In the late 1990s Dread Zeppelin made an annual sojourn to Canada but I always had something else to go to that I never could get out of doing. I've had similar experiences with De La Soul. I had a ticket to see FLC a few years ago but the show was cancelled, and Bootsy doesn't do live shows too often anymore.
The best concert I ever attended was Fishbone at Lee's Palace in Toronto in 2003 (Lineup: Angelo Moore, Walter Kibby, Norwood Fisher, Spacey T Singleton, John Steward). The place was packed and the crowd was way into the show. As much as I love Fishbone they're definitely a wild card when it comes to seeing them live. When they're on it's the best show you'll ever see. When they're off, your personal safety can be at risk (ask me about The Volcano in 1996). A close second would be George Clinton & The P-Funk All-Stars at The Kee To Bala in August of 2002. Although the line-up at the time featured a little too much "diva I've never heard of" action this was the one and only time I heard "Maggot Brain" and "Dog Star" at a P-Funk show (played by Michael Hampton and Blackbyrd McKnight, respectively).
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