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Computer Gaming / Re: Share your Screenshots!
« Last post by al_infierno on Yesterday at 11:43:47 PM »
Dressed my RDR Online character like John Wayne in Rio Bravo and I gotta say it turned out not bad.  More of a Jayne Wayne type of look.  But hey, if I'm gonna be staring at someone's ass while I shoot people, it might as well be an attractive ass.   ^-^

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Enigmas of the Mystical / Re: "Well of Hell" finally explored
« Last post by Sir Slash on Yesterday at 09:42:38 PM »
Well Hell, no Hell Well full of Genies looks like.  ???
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Enigmas of the Mystical / Re: "Well of Hell" finally explored
« Last post by Gusington on Yesterday at 06:04:01 PM »
Not a very inviting name...
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Computer Gaming / Re: Radio Commander...
« Last post by demjansk1942 on Yesterday at 03:05:10 PM »
 Thatís a good collection of games.  Just wish I had the motivation to play them
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Enigmas of the Mystical / "Well of Hell" finally explored
« Last post by steve58 on Yesterday at 02:45:37 PM »
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A gaping hole in the Earth that has been shrouded in mystery for centuries has finally been explored. The natural wonder, popularly known as the "Well of Hell," has for years endured as an enigma in the desert in the Al-Mahra province of Yemen. The well measures 100 feet wide and reaches about 360 feet down.

Until recently, nobody had ever been to the bottom; however, there has been much conjecture about what might be lurking down there.

Those who live near the hole, officially named the Well of Barhout, have long believed anything that comes close to the pit would be sucked in without escape. Yemeni oral tradition, passed down for centuries, calls the well "a prison of dark spirits sheltered by unbearable odors that come from its entrails."

As recently as this summer, Yemeni officials admitted they didnít know what might be down there. Stories of demons and other supernatural figures known as jinns or genies that live in the well have circulated among locals throughout the centuries. Many nearby residents don't even like to talk about the hole, let alone visit it, for fear of bad luck.

https://www.accuweather.com/en/travel/explorers-become-first-to-reach-bottom-of-mysterious-well-of-hell/1021902
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Computer Gaming / Re: Radio Commander...
« Last post by steve58 on Yesterday at 02:04:54 PM »
fyi: You can pick up Radio Commander for a whole $1 over at Fanatical. 

https://www.fanatical.com/en/pick-and-mix/build-your-own-simulator-bundle
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General Staff Support Forum / Re: Changelog - picture heavy
« Last post by Andy ONeill on Yesterday at 09:20:50 AM »
Map Editor

alt + Page up or Page Down now moves the selected terrain to top or bottom of list.
Disable the river manipulation keys when there's no ink to manipulate.
This avoids an error if you've used custom resources to import a river.
Fixed a bug in templating which gave you unusable rows in the edit terrain list.
That was introduced by my refactor of area terrain.
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Computer Gaming / Re: My Rifle, My Pony, and FRIDAY!
« Last post by Fetrik on Yesterday at 08:49:10 AM »
Diablo II and Kingdom come: Deliverance
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Books & Reading / Re: What are we reading?
« Last post by Pete Dero on Yesterday at 03:03:38 AM »
Mine would laugh at me for saying, "Mess-er Shits". Then tell Grandma I said a bad word. That's why I keep a secret stash of Snickers for bribery purposes.  ^-^

Old skit about foreign pilots in the Battle of Britain:

BBC announcer,  "we will remind our audience that Focke, of course refers to the Focke Wulf 190."

Polish pilot, "Dem Fockes were Messerschmidts!"

Posted this before but it stays funny !

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Computer Gaming / Re: My Rifle, My Pony, and FRIDAY!
« Last post by Pete Dero on Yesterday at 02:58:41 AM »
What better way to veg out on the couch in your underwear while pounding Molsens and eating leftover Chinese?

-guessing here, mind you.

Can't get this picture out of my mind  :hide:

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