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  1. SAS maybe? especially if its set to retrograde it might move a bit and adjust to track it
  2. 0/10 I don't know you but I just got back
  3. Can we get support for the headphone stands? It would be nice if it did the same things as a mousepad would.
  4. To be honest, I had grown tired of hosting this challenge, and between that and people clamoring for using specific versions but not actually posting, and the first station breaking without me having time to reassemble it, I decided to let someone else reboot it. Here it is, in 1.8.1, if you’re interested:
  5. Can’t we only pong one person at a time @VoidCosmos?
  6. Maybe they’ll come later @Dirkidirk
  7. On an unrelated note, I think I’m actually starting to see the images in that style of emoji. \o/
  8. They get to pick whichever they want to, which probably will be whichever they entered the room to do. The real question is who designed those like that. Seems like the toilet would get in the way of taking a shower to me
  9. 10/10 SPAAAAAACE!!!! *insert space core from portal 2*
  10. Communications Error: @GRS is unresponsive: Abort >Retry Ignore
  11. Strong Magnets. Sounds bad until you realize the goal of me using these magnets is to be able to make maglev shoes, so they might be strong enough to do some damage. Barely
  12. I probably lose. My KSP space program on the other hand... My fighter series could probably do some major damage at least
  13. The responses here are so quick!
  14. I don’t know, Safe Flight Addict
  15. Should be default! Seriously looks nice though.
  16. You’ll have to wait to find out @ek villain (dang it, ping failed)
  17. Scientist Greg Kerman was on a mission to Duna, and decided to check the scientific experiments in deep space. Most of the data was transmitted back directly, but the automated observation equipment for the Mystery Goo was not responding. As he suited up, he wondered what could be going on, as the mystery goo was one of the most reliable experiments designed by kerbal engineers. It did not take long for him to find out. During his manual observation, he noticed that the mystery goo had fused with the automated equipment, but not before the goo noticed him. He pushed off, rapidly floating away from the spacecraft, but the goo flew after him, taking over his suit, and working its way into his body. His last words were a warning to the rest of the crew to abandon him to the goo, and his suit went silent, his lifeless body limp as the goo began to take control. No one would see him for 20 years, until a rescue mission found what was left of him, with the goo now fully in control, and Greg Kerman long dead. Kat Kerman, Curiosity
  18. It’s either 10000 copies of the .xcf file that is my symbol, or (for the lols, I suppose) 10000 of me. We would probably try to make an irl spacecraft, just knowing me, and it probably won’t go well. If it does, we would try to go somewhere together, which also probably won’t go well.
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