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About lodger

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  • Location Mk1-2 Command Pod
  • Interests KSP, Linux, beer, good music, soccer
  1. Operating Systems Used for KSP

    KSP for the Pi? That would be a dream come true ...
  2. Operating Systems Used for KSP

    Same here, the one and only Linux Mint 18 (Xfce Edition)
  3. Sand box or Career?

    I played science career twice (0.24 and 0.90) but since 1.0 I only play sandbox. Career mode just isn't what I expected it to be.
  4. I haven't tried to do so, but is it possible to use a 1.2.2 savegame in 1.3?
  5. What did you do in KSP today?

    So FASA launch clamps Mod works with 1.3?
  6. KSP Acquired by Take-Two Interactive

    I'm one of those Linux desktop users, since 1998. If KSP will no longer be released for Linux because some business dude thinks it's not worth doing so I'd be more than disappointed. KSP is by far the best, native Linux game on the market. Unfortunately, business dudes in the gaming industry don't give a snack about Linux. TT is no exception here (ever seen a Linux native GTA release? Me neither!) and if they decide to cut costs (which usually is the first thing that happens after such a deal) I'm pretty sure the Linux version will definately be the first to fall victim to this.
  7. I just downloaded, installed and launched 1.3 and in the loading screens "Forgetting parachutes" was shown - that alone was worth the update ...
  8. Whispers of the Kraken (Epilogue: Revelations of the Kraken)

    Combining dark, blood thirsty horror and humor isn't an easy thing to do, I guess. And it fits, the horror and the laughter - keeps us, the readers, in balance. And that is something that is done very well in "Shadows" and "Whispers". Whatever bad may happen, you can be sure that there will be a good joke, some wordplay or funny reference to pop culture in the next paragraph. Especially in "Whispers" you can sometimes sense the growing confidence the author gains in his writing and storytelling - and I think it's very high profile. Maybe not Shakespeare but definitely high profile.
  9. Whispers of the Kraken (Epilogue: Revelations of the Kraken)

    As the lights come up, the people in the movie theatre head for the exit. A few minutes later the big room is empty except for one guy still sitting in his seat, amazed at the fine movie that he just saw. "If there will be a sequel, I'll have to see it", lodger Kerman thinks to himself ... P.S.: Thank you very much, CatastrophicFailure!
  10. What kinds of snacks would Kerbals have?

    Maybe I can help - did you mean this one: Snacks in Space ?
  11. Whispers of the Kraken (Epilogue: Revelations of the Kraken)

    Derpy ... Derpy ... ah, of course! Oh, I'd be delighted to meet that fellow again: "spackerb uh, ah ... going into spaaaaaace!"
  12. Mk 1-2 command pod. The very heart of many designs I come up with (except the spaceplanes I build)
  13. Howdy, this is ASES (Aeronautics, Space Exploration and Sciences). Mun or bust!!!

  14. A Thread for Writers to talk about Writing

    I'm not a writer (I wish I was blessed with that talent) and I haven't read all of the mission reports and fan fiction that is available on this forum. But I want to thank every single one of you guys for all the mission reports, (short) stories and graphic novels that you folks are hammering out on this sub-forum: Thank you!
  15. Whispers of the Kraken (Epilogue: Revelations of the Kraken)

    Um, you know: everytime someone posts a new message here, I get an email. Every time CatastrophicFailure posts here and I get an email, I feel like a kid on boxing day. You guys are making me kind of nervous. Stop it until we CatastrophicFailure knows what troubles poor Val is going to face next time ... pleeeeeease! P.S: Moar!!!!