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  1. We drink to our youth, for clicks come and gone For the age of oppression is now nearly done We'll drive out the moderators from this thread that we own With our clicks and our clacks we will take back our home All hail to Nasi you are the click king In your great honor we click and we sing We're the children of KSP and we fight all our lives And when the Alamo beckons every one of us clicks But this post is ours and we'll see it wiped clean of the scourge that has sullied our hopes and our dreams All hail to Nasi you are the click king In your great honor we click and we sing We're the children of KSP and we fight all our lives And when the Alamo beckons every one of us clicks We drink to our youth, for clicks come and gone For the age of oppression is now nearly done
  2. Not locked yet. I click. And I click again.
  3. 4. Job's bobbing caused so much confusion that a paradox destroyed the diner.
  4. I don't know where to post this, but this whole layoff thing has been really disappointing for me. I bought the game on launch day and it was in a pretty sad state and the forums were so bad that I stopped regularly using them, but I was hopeful and the updates that came improving it made me even more excited about the game this was becoming. Then For Science! release it was the most fun I've had playing ksp in a while. Then this layoff thing happened. A jarring act of corporate greed that burnt anyone who bought this game. I didn't really expect this; they were fully speed ahead with development and had posted updates days earlier, then all comms cease. Nothing but corpo jargon and then silence. I don't think I'll buy an early access game for a while and I'm definitely not buying anything from Private Division ever again. Even if this blows over and turns out to be nothing, I don't think I'm going to trust much that comes out about it news-wise.
  5. I took my dogs for a walk because I thought it had stopped raining. Then it started thundering. I spent most of my day beyond that modding a new skyrim install because this came out.
  6. 3: He bounced and bounced until he reached escape velocity.
  7. Utica City in New York
  8. 4. The administrator's rocket used an Orion drive on the first stage, flattening the KSC. But Jeb went to space.
  9. Are you trying to hot stage? When you hot stage the second stage engine starts a few seconds before the first stage finishes its burn and then separates.
  10. 2: The administrator of the program designed a rocket
  11. Niger North African Country
  12. 2: This upsets the Kerbals. They couldn't launch any more rockets!
  13. Lamoille County in Vermont 44°39'25"N 72°37'47"W
  14. My siblings are already tired of looking at the eclipse and went inside until totality. How could anyone find this boring? It’s so cool.
  15. Clear blue sky here in VT. I can't wait to watch! 3 minutes
  16. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jSUnIe2QIi7zEXu_z_XnujxB3W9AVlzV/view?usp=sharing I moved it off of my desktop, but the issue is still there. If I leave it long enough without leaving the VAB or KSP it turns into loud static that plays even without any audio on my computer.
  17. I'm right in the path of totality! I can't wait to see the eclipse. I will probably walk to the park near my house to see it.
  18. 3. Against all probability a sperm whale had suddenly been called into existence several miles above the surface of Laythe. And since this is not a naturally tenable position for a whale, this poor innocent creature had very little time to come to terms with its identity as a whale before it then had to come to terms with not being a whale any more. This is a complete record of its thoughts from the moment it began its life till the moment it ended it. Ah … ! What’s happening? it thought. Er, excuse me, who am I? Hello? Why am I here? What’s my purpose in life? What do I mean by who am I? Calm down, get a grip now … oh! this is an interesting sensation, what is it? It’s a sort of … yawning, tingling sensation in my … my … well I suppose I’d better start finding names for things if I want to make any headway in what for the sake of what I shall call an argument I shall call the world, so let’s call it my stomach. Good. Ooooh, it’s getting quite strong. And hey, what’s about this whistling roaring sound going past what I’m suddenly going to call my head? Perhaps I can call that … wind! Is that a good name? It’ll do … perhaps I can find a better name for it later when I’ve found out what it’s for. It must be something very important because there certainly seems to be a hell of a lot of it. Hey! What’s this thing? This … let’s call it a tail – yeah, tail. Hey! I can can really thrash it about pretty good can’t I? Wow! Wow! That feels great! Doesn’t seem to achieve very much but I’ll probably find out what it’s for later on. Now – have I built up any coherent picture of things yet? No. Never mind, hey, this is really exciting, so much to find out about, so much to look forward to, I’m quite dizzy with anticipation … Or is it the wind? There really is a lot of that now isn’t it? And wow! Hey! What’s this thing suddenly coming towards me very fast? Very very fast. So big and flat and round, it needs a big wide sounding name like … ow … ound … round … ground! That’s it! That’s a good name – ground! I wonder if it will be friends with me? And the rest, after a sudden wet thud, was silence. Jeb saw all this and in his amazement became a bowl of petunias. Curiously enough, the only thing that went through his mind as he fell was Oh no, not again. Many people have speculated that if we knew exactly why jeb had thought that we would know a lot more about the nature of the universe than we do now.
  19. I wonder if you could make an ISS-style cycler with parts contributed by all the countries. It'd be a large project, but with collaboration from 2 or more lunar-capable countries would be possible.
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