razark

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  1. Don't you like the color "dusty yellow"?
  2. The coast-dweller asks how the humidity is...
  3. Some mods are so essential that you can forget that they're not stock.
  4. That would be an added feature rather than a bug, because Kerbals can't hold parts, much less drop them.
  5. Mechjeb covers a lot more than the tiny bit of functionality that pilots provide. Describing it as similar is quite a bit of a stretch. Just a little. I also couldn't tell how serious you are from your posts. For a serious answer of "Why do pilots do what pilots do?", then the answer is simply that Squad decided that's what pilots should do.
  6. Hrm. My browser must be broken.
  7. Where does it say that?
  8. Sorry, I figured if you were going to talk nonsense, I'd join in. Were you actually seriously asking how HarvesteR and Maxmaps were representatives of the company?!? If that's not obvious, I don't know what to tell you.
  9. The parrots the squawk in the evening are louder that the macaroni that fills my trousers.
  10. If a representative of the company says "We will do thing", rather than "We intend to do thing" or "We want to do thing", is there a difference? If a representative of the company says "We are doing thing2", at location1, is it the same as a a representative of the company says "We are doing thing2" at location2? Or have words lost meaning again?
  11. On the internet, is anything really gone? HarvesteR said, on 8 Jul 2013: https://web.archive.org/web/20130714022535/http://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/entry.php/667-Procedural-Craters! The underlining is mine. Is that part a promise or not? The answer is left as an exercise for the reader.
  12. Well, we have to do it. If the public found out that the moon landings were actually part of the coverup for our intervention in the Martian civil war, there's no telling what might happen.
  13. Have you tried telling them actual NASA people play it?
  14. The glorious thing about the English language is that there's no one in charge. Get enough people to use your definition, and it becomes as valid as any other definition. Literally. (Which is kind of annoying when trying to use language precisely.)