JakeGrey

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  1. You know, I've been meaning to do that for literally over a year. Thanks buddy.
  2. If you need someone to vent to, you know how to contact me.
  3. Thanks for the offer, but I already made one to go online as a Patreon reward with illustrations drawn by a friend of mine... a project that unfortunately had to be placed on hold while my chosen illustrator was busy having her first child. You can also find it in the KSP section of AO3.
  4. Well, Kerbals do have a tendency to say "Kerm" in contexts where humans would use "God".
  5. BRB, trading in a kidney for a computer that can run KSP worth a damn.
  6. Eh. I was in school with a guy who got a literal Darwin Award (remember that site?) for posing for a picture with a lit firecracker clenched between his teeth, which he failed to spit out in time. (Have I mentioned I'm from a town so ghastly that I willingly moved to Luton to escape it? Because I did.)
  7. On another note, I take it from the sudden flurry of likes I got on Spacebattles that at least one of you found the sequel.
  8. They do however present the slight logistical problem of getting the Orion-powered vessel into orbit in the first place, without letting off a bunch of nuclear warheads inside your own biosphere.
  9. Ah, yes. Chlorine Trifluoride. (Pity they haven't discovered red mercury yet, of course. :D) On a serious note, that last line... Wow. Puts it all into perspective, doesn't it?
  10. I have been informed that linking to it directly is emphatically discouraged. However, you can find it quite easily on Archive Of Our Own; the KSP section is rather small. Oh, and it's a crossover, but I won't spoil the surprise by saying what with.
  11. Which shows how much of a rookie Lemke was; most large predators prefer carrion, unless it's gone really manky, because it can't run away or try to gore them. Unless those thornberries smell like something that's so decayed that not even scavengers can eat it.
  12. Oh, good Lord, I can never unsee it now you've said that.