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On 5/28/2021 at 11:26 PM, Intelligentleman said:

Don't get me wrong; I like the game just fine. It's only the theme that troubles me. 

 

Play Centipede instead. 

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On 5/29/2021 at 3:36 AM, intellivotion said:

talking about PC and a quite innocent shooter on Intellivision?

Well, we have much to learn from our friends/rivals, the Atarians...

 

CustersRevenge.jpg

TTCM_front.jpg

 

"with some imagination one could eventually see what is not to see at all"

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"Swedish Erotica" if i remember the funny Swedish movies from the '70s and compare it to recent porno which are to me rather clips for surgeons (i don't think the inside is very spectacular to see with some imagination it's a "Schnitzel") i start to miss something. The art in erotics is to leave it up to your imagination - sehz the illustrator.

 

The whole thing has found its limits, boys today like my best buddy are over-saturated, gosh what do they need while i need just a little bit of hand cream and some imagination.

That is poor seen from my ward.

 

Btw "a little bit of hand cream"

https://archive.org/details/montbleau2006-06-18.sbd/MONTBLEAU2006-06-18D2T11.flac#

 

Isn't it true?

It was properly captured i the box art for "Custer's Revenge", that's erotic but a "raw piece of meat" isn't much.

Perhaps to those who don't eat raw meat?

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Heck what is wrong with a dooh-dah?

It's the way i lead a team of construction workers, each segment knows what is to do a head who commands and demands is not needed (which often accumulates uselessly the most of produced energy), vice versa it is the head supports the segments that let's the arthropods be the most sufficient species surviving since aeons. Insects (and state forming insects) are arthropods to (in a more farther sense one could claim the individual parts of a state are like segments just that each segment can be departed from the whole organism) but for centuries we misinterpreted it and put the queen above the state but in fact it is vice-versa the queen is slave to the state, nothing more as an egg producing machine who can't survive without the state, proper observed one will say that a state of insects is to see as a single organism (yes it is to compare, of course).

I've read that recent observations of our forest ants showed that ants aren't as productive as we always claimed, 30% of the state just lurks around.

It's even to us a very successful way to reach a goal since the "segments" (pardon, comrades) kept satisfied if they can do the interesting and challenging work while me as foreman support the segments, in other terms i'm their slave, i always had the overview of the ongoing and knew exactly what they needed and how far the work was done.

Simplified said they never missed a single screw.

"I noticed you arrived earlier, it's a mess isn't it? Do you think you can fix it?" - "Sure!".

 

Just because - no i never liked horror movies i neither can laugh about their stupidity, i guess the only one which really impressed me was one named "black mamba" if i remember that right, it was about a headspace horror, it was a rather cheap but somewhat intelligent horror nothing is real all is just imagination which drives you crazy.

 

Pardon me, i always loved insects and their friends, for them i sometimes bypassed school.

For them i sometimes bypassed work when i should have learned my profession.

Just to observe them.

 

But as i said i have no problems shooting bees and other useful insects in a game, playing a game is always close to hunting and war with the slight difference that you don't hurt anyone or any animal.

It's the cultivated art of fight.

In other terms "Do you always have to play war and does all your ships need these phallic extensions?" - "Tom(pox), chess is a game of war too".

 

Btw, who cares for troopers?

Edited by Gernot

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47 minutes ago, Gernot said:

Heck what is wrong with a dooh-dah?

It's the way i lead a team of construction workers, each segment knows what is to do a head who commands and demands is not needed (which often accumulates uselessly the most of produced energy), vice versa it is the head supports the segments that let's the arthropods be the most sufficient species surviving since aeons. Insects (and state forming insects) are arthropods to (in a more farther sense one could claim the individual parts of a state are like segments just that each segment can be departed from the whole organism) but for centuries we misinterpreted it and put the queen above the state but in fact it is vice-versa the queen is slave to the state, nothing more as an egg producing machine who can't survive without the state, proper observed one will say that a state of insects is to see as a single organism (yes it is to compare, of course).

I've read that recent observations of our forest ants showed that ants aren't as productive as we always claimed, 30% of the state just lurks around.

It's even to us a very successful way to reach a goal since the "segments" (pardon, comrades) kept satisfied if they can do the interesting and challenging work while me as foreman support the segments, in other terms i'm their slave, i always had the overview of the ongoing and knew exactly what they needed and how far the work was done.

Simplified said they never missed a single screw.

"I noticed you arrived earlier, it's a mess isn't it? Do you think you can fix it?" - "Sure!".

 

Just because - no i never liked horror movies i neither can laugh about their stupidity, i guess the only one which really impressed me was one named "black mamba" if i remember that right, it was about a headspace horror, it was a rather cheap but somewhat intelligent horror nothing is real all is just imagination which drives you crazy.

 

Pardon me, i always loved insects and their friends, for them i sometimes bypassed school.

For them i sometimes bypassed work when i should have learned my profession.

Just to observe them.

 

But as i said i have no problems shooting bees and other useful insects in a game, playing a game is always close to hunting and war with the slight difference that you don't hurt anyone or any animal.

It's the cultivated art of fight.

In other terms "Do you always have to play war and does all your ships need these phallic extensions?" - "Tom(pox), chess is a game of war too".

 

Btw, who cares for troopers?

I heard you were a lame cheater.

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Indeed :)

 

But exclusively software, i don't cheat any living thing that's no fun to me.

Edited by Gernot

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2 hours ago, Gernot said:

Indeed :)

 

But exclusively software, i don't cheat any living thing that's no fun to me.

Well we're cheating these pollinators from fulfilling their purpose!😝

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In a game.

Otherwise we do our best in reality (argh).

And it didn't looks to well, it seems 10% or 20% extra cost is already to much (but not 300% profit - strange no? i have this strange feeling that exclusively me who had the worst classification in math is the only one who can calculate honest) and we claim "what use if only we do it" so we don't start and everything is just fine...

 

FINE! (in the sense of finito)

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