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Re: The End

I haven't been on it a while but I thought I would drop in and see if something interesting had happened since I logged in last. I think restarting the game by the community is a great idea. I'm not a programmer so I couldn't contribute to the effort. I missed the kickstarter by three weeks or I wou...

Re: Music!

I have discovered a group out of Monterrey Mexico called The Warning. Three sisters with a love of rock and roll. Here is a link to their web page explaining how they got started. https://www.thewarningband.com/about-us At 14, 12, and 9 years of age, they put out a cover of Metalica, Enter Sandman t...

Re: Music!

There is a new generation of young artists out there that are keeping classic rock alive. Here is Black Velvet (Alannah Myles Cover); Sina feat. Victoria K and Andrei Cerbu https://youtu.be/7uBxAcQidJk An absolutely fabulous rendition. Or perhaps you'd like Scarborough Fair / Canticle - Cover by Jad...

Re: Stellaris

Tried Stellaris for the first time in about six months. I own pretty much every other Paradox first-party game, and in my view this is the first time a Paradox game has gotten worse from its release. At release, it was an optimistic, if a bit shallow sci-fi sandbox. You could see a lot of potential...

Re: Books!

I read the Lensman Series decades ago. E E "Doc" Smith could certainly tell a tale. The Bergenholm Device, allowing inertia less drives, in which you instantaneously reached the speed at witch your thrust and drag were equal. There by bypassing Einsteins theory of general relativity. I liked the Sky...

Re: Books!

I just finished a book by Harry Turtledove, best known for his alternate history novels, called Noninterference . It's a stand alone work from 1985 so I assume it's one of his earliest works. I found it a truly fascinating read and highly recommend it. https://www.amazon.com/Noninterference-Harry-Tu...

Re: Happy birthday celebration thread

Thank you Detritus and Talvieno. At 62 it was just another work day. At my age these things aren't nearly as exciting as they once were. My wife did give me a Nightmare Before Christmas Jack Skellington metal Turvis tumbler which was pretty neat. It has a couple of dozen Jack Skellington faces with ...

Re: Amira Willighagen

IronDuke wrote:
Wed Sep 19, 2018 7:00 pm
Flatfingers wrote:
Tue Sep 18, 2018 11:27 pm
the bizarre vocal gyrations -- the stuff I call "technical warbling" -- that other singers throw in around every note.
I think that might be called vibrato?
There was a Radio talk show host here in Atlanta Ga. years ago that referred to that as "Urban Yodeling".

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