Thursday, November 27, 2014

I am Thankful for YOU

It's true... November has not been kind to my spare time, which has left my beloved hobbies a bit neglected.  However, as we celebrate Thanksgiving in the United States, I can't help but think about what consistently drives me to return to my workbench and tinker on a Laser Tag pistol or upgrade a spring in a Nerf blaster... YOU!

Whether you're a new reader or a long-time supporter, whether you live down the block from me and come to the games I host or you're residing in far-off lands I wish I could visit, the people that read, comment, criticize, praise, and everything in-between make this blog worth returning to.  As a result of that, it has kept the fire for my interest in these hobbies burning strong.  I can honestly say that I don't think I would enjoy Nerf or Laser Tag nearly as much as I do were it not for the involvement and interaction I have with people on Tactical Tag and in the community for these hobbies in general.  YouTube, blogs, websites, wikis, chatrooms, and even just as simple as people I interact with locally for games and mod nights, it's really just fantastic.

When I'm stressed out paying bills or neck-deep in a bathroom remodel at my house or under pressure at work, my hobbies are part of what keeps me sane.  So, this Thanksgiving, I need to thank everyone who has been a part of those hobbies.  I hope you all have a great day as you all have had a part in making Nerf and Laser Tag more enjoyable.  I hope you all enjoy your day, your weekend, your Black Friday sales, and everything else in-between!


  1. You're welcome Tactical Tag! i have been reading for about 6 months now? think so, and i just love it! i lover how you are a Nerfer and laser tager, i think thats kinda cool.

    so yeah, keep up the nerfing!

  2. Umm... is this an emotional moment because this question COULD wait, but... Oh well, I'll just spit it out. Boom Co. has this nifty sticky-grenade holding clip that can (reportedly) be attached to a Nerf tactical rail. I'm curious to know what you think about it. I'm considering using the thingamajigger as a handy way to have a blaster-based sock storage system for HvZ conflicts.