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gameID=24189 This was the last major game I finished, and it was a doozy for some time. I played Italy, and I only got three builds over 7 years, and I only obtained Tunis on the final turn! Are there any diplomatic or tatical possibilities I overlooked over the course of the game?
Guys, I want to know who's in, who's not in, and what's going on with these games, I'm not in one currently, how is everyone else doing, and I believe we need a new gunboat player, if any Californian is interested... mdrltc is the person to talk to in my abscence (which is geneerally during the day, college, so night's beest if you want to talk to me directly.) Let's get organized, and try to right our ship here...
What A Piece Of Work Is Man- Life, Death, Humanity, Idenity, and Abortion
The Ethics class I am taking has come to this subject. However, before taking on the issue, I feel something must be set aside and something that is far too often overlooked must be examined. we should, I believe, put aside religious views, at least to start, and we absolutely MUST define WHAT IS A HUMAN LIFE AND IDENTIFIED ENTITY? Far too often the subject is discussed with the subject being referred to as "the unborn child," already ascribing it human status. Is it?
So in Kid Cudi's song "Soundtrack to my life", there's a short guitar/piano riff which I'm pretty sure is originally from another song. Here's a link to Kid Cudi's song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-XW-fCoGE8
At 52 seconds, the riff starts (it's the high pitch riff). I can't remember which song that riff is originally in and it's killing me to the point that it's adversely affecting my work and my performance in live wta gunboats.
Wasr Is Not A Game (But When It Was... How Did You Like Playing It?)
Let's be honest: nearly all boys love to play war at some time in their life. REAL war is no game, but... again, to be honest, playground wars ARE one fun game! ;) So... what'd you guys play? "Cowboys and Indians?" "American Revolution?" "World Wars?" With what? How? War might bee hell, I'm sure it is... but when you're ten years old and with buddies on the playground, it can be an awesome afternoon (with exercise... and no blood, gore, and video game gut!) ;)
....so let's have a thread dedicated to ranting! Let's start with communism vs. democracy/capitalism/imperialism/<random label>. We'll just let it go after that. No discussions barred. Gentlemen, start your ranting!