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Cabalists.  Panamax is a great game, heavy, brain burny and beautiful.  
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My friend recently got this, can't wait to play 
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I believe that if you rename the craft the connection sticks with the craft regardless of the name.
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Yeah, but it depends which part KSP thinks is the craft and which part was a probe detached from it, and it also matters that I can identify which satellite is which.
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Havent watched future episodes yet but, I am betting that by now you have figured out to go to docking mode when driving your rovers.
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Yup - didn't have to on the Mun, but totally did on Minmus. I think I figure it out in episode 47.
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And I thought that the world of "The Hunger Games", you know the one of rich people who have way way too much money so they spend it on ridiculous items of clothing and jewelry was fiction.
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a horrible Actor portraying an unlikable asshole.  No thanks.
 
Blah. Agree with one of first commenters - looks like Ashton Kutcher playing himself. Doesn't look enticing.

http://www.macrumors.com/2013/01/24/first-video-clip-of-ashton-kutcher-as-steve-jobs/
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Need 2 or 3 women for Star Trek roleplaying. No nudity, no touching. STRICTLY "THE NEXT GENERATION" ERA CHARACTERS AND COSTUMES. Last time someone tried TOS and it was a disaster. There will be no mixing of eras. I don't want to hear how Captain Kirk is so great. Kirk isn't half the Captain that Picard is, OK? Kirk is a fat chauvinist ladies man. Picard is an honorable intellectual and an excellent diplomat. I built a bridge in my mom's garage and a small shuttlecraft. If this sounds like something you want to do let me know and I'll send you the script. I don't mind if your costume isn't terribly authentic, just make sure it's close to TNG era. Once you have your script you can think about your character and let me know about any ideas you have. We won't be filming anything it, it's just a fun way to spend an afternoon. Maybe my mom will make lunch. It helps if you know a lot about the show. This isn't paid, but I have a doctor's prescription pad (a long story) and I can write you a prescription for basically anything you want. The reason I need women is that the story is about getting stuck on a shuttlecraft. I can't tell you more now. Most weeknights and weekends are good times. Having your own props is an asset e.g. a phaser or a VISOR if your character needs one. Please respond with pic and short bio plus stats. Nothing weird is going to happen.

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Nerding me out.
Still any meds you want!
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Played a fun game of Dead of Winter tonight. We beat this one good. Kodiak Colby saved Sparky from a Zombie Bear and everything.
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I love the standies for this type of game. They are well done so that helps.
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Dead of Winter. Great win.
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Not sure if it still matters but I would vote for saving one or two of the kerbals, bringing him home to push for further exploitation of the solarsystem with the government and leaving the other(s) on Val to get things going.
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Not a bad idea, but just a little bit too late - I posted the video where I bring them all back yesterday. Thanks for the suggestion, though - it reminded me that I actually had a partial return mission like that to the Mun and I think I left two kerbals there! 
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Go sign this now if you care about an open internet not controlled by corporations or governments.  Did you know that if this goes through things as simple as a writing fan fiction would be illegal? Crazy
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/australiaandthepacific/australia/9832071/Australia-floods-Queensland-beachfront-swamped-by-sea-foam.html

Pretty awesome. I imagine its a pain in the ass for those trying to go about their lives in the area, and I bet it smellls something awful. But its pretty awesome.
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