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Re: Digital game collection addiction

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dr_st wrote on 2022-04-18, 21:15: They have not. That's good, thanks. I'm probably thinking of it saving progress for you. dr_st wrote on 2022-04-18, 21:15: At one point they offered about 50 games for free at the same time. Maybe you racked those up as well? I don't think so, I'd hope I'd remember …

Re: Digital game collection addiction

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Slightly shocked that I have 148 games in GOG. I thought I had maybe about 20 or so. Those casual purchases sure mount up. I had a steam account but never bought anything, always-online pisses me off but GOG seems to have gone that way and so's everything else so now I guess I don't use steam …

Re: Members of Vogons, what shows do you currently watch?

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Now watching the cosplay Mills-and-Boon that is Outlander. With the Mrs, naturally. It's a well made show that's entertaining to watch, but it'd be a hard slog if you're not at least a little bit the romantic type. (looks above at Marvel and Battlebots, and assumes there's probably not gonna be a …

Re: What game are you playing now?

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Haven't managed to play anything for a few years now. I buy a few games on GOG from time to time, and I have a to-do list of partially-completed games and ones i want to replay that hasn't shifted for at least 15 years (I count myself as still playing them...). These days I just dabble a bit and …

Re: omg in heaven duck duck go is worse then google!!!

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you've reminded me to go back to webcrawler. omg it actually works! and it gives a nice clean, clear set of results compared to google. to be fair i've lately got annoyed with google and bing giving me what i consider to be crap results, either inappropriate locations or too much driven by adverts …

Re: Members of Vogons, what shows do you currently watch?

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Lately I watched a couple of films that were advertised at the cinema when I was at uni 1979-82, but I never saw released. Then I saw they are now on Amazon Prime: Inseminoid, and Incubus. Inseminoid is rather dated with pretty low production values, but Incubus is quite watchable - the acting is …

Re: Are we opening sealed copies of old games?

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I like opening stuff I buy. New and sealed should mean nobody has made a mess or, broken, scratched or lost anything. Sensation of exploration, new domain, first man on the moon, from opening. No smudgy fingerprints or... wtf it that, coffee - mud - blood?! Plus it's hard to be sure it's not been …

Re: Droid build log

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Wow, cool project - once upon a time I had delusions of doing something like this (after buying some book call "Projects for the Robot enthusiast" or similar) but it's well beyond me. Furthest I got was adapting a broken toy robo-dog to do something I can't remember (long time ago). Once Robosapien …

Re: Rubber feet browned my PC metal case

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Label remover (contains limonene I think) will shift some things. Otherwise I would scrub with a kitchen/bathroom surface cleaner of some kind, though that's likely to work best if it contains some scouring component which may ruin the paint finish slightly. Alternatively of course, put the network …

Re: What phone do you use currently?

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Ulefone Armor 3. Tough as nails, can survive being submersed in a metre of concrete, truly huge battery capacity, can charge other devices, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, can scubadive without an aqualung, crash land on the moon, and you can use it as a phone as well. Also has heat …

Re: Babylon 5 remake?

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Lexx always seemed like it it was a bad copy of Andromeda crossed with Red Dwarf written by a Cirque de Soleil creator on acid. I almost managed to follow it after catching 10 episodes in a row once, but then missed one and I was lost again. Yeah I saw the Red Dwarf parallel; that accentuated the …

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