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  1. Expect nothing beyond what was sold to you at the time you bought it. Anything further is a bonus. Thanks for another update that I didn't have to pay for!
  2. Or is simply level-headed enough to become a mod, instead of reactionary like a number of the community.
  3. Exactly. That's kind of my point. He wasn't interested enough to continue being involved. Yep. Their work matters. They don't.
  4. Or He had options, but didn't have options? Glad the he made the choice he didn't make, then. By the way, why don't we see Orville and Wilbur's opinions on the current Boeing situation? Why don't I see Robert Goddard's thoughts on SpaceX? Their ideas should matter, right?
  5. Gotta love the fact the community wants to hear what Nate has to say, while pointing out that everything he says is a lie and cannot be trusted.
  6. If Harvester wanted to be involved, perhaps he wouldn't have traded his involvement for cash and walked away?
  7. So, how many times do we have to do the autopsy before we conclude that this time isn't going to be the one to bring the patient back?
  8. "CNN has informed us that they plan to broadcast the first two episodes of the CNN series on the 7th of April, starting at 9pm ET/PT and then the third and fourth programmes on the 14th of April at the same time. This is subject to change if a big news story happens and disrupts the schedule, but these are the planned dates. The series is called Space Shuttle Columbia: The Final Flight. "
  9. If that’s the one I think it is, it should be airing on CNN in April or May.
  10. Henry Kissinger, at 100 https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/dr-henry-kissinger-dies-age-013400447.html
  11. I remember parts of it. From some documentaries I've seen. Lead singer at a concert I went to in college: "Do you remember the '70s? We don't!"
  12. Let's say that there is absolutely perfect communication (whatever that means to you). There's no lack in the flow of information; you know exactly what is going on with every single bit of development; every management decision is laid bare; you know the status of every single bug and each feature; anything that you could ever possibly know is open and posted in your favorite format and location. Every message is clearly worded, with no possibility of misinterpretation. What do you get out of it? Is it going to make the game better? Is it going to make the releases faster? Does it let you influence the process? Is it going to get your $50 back? Seriously, what do you get out of it that you aren't going to get anyway?
  13. Computer, if you don't open that exit hatch pretty damn pronto, I shall go straight to your major data banks with a very large axe and give you a reprogramming you will never forget. --Zaphod Beeblebrox
  14. It's reporting the status as of 9/14 but wasn't posted until the next day because it took time to write it up, or it was written up the day before posting and no one caught it before posting?
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