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About Galkar

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  1. I just saw a message from Jordan today through facebook about this. I know I haven't been here in a very long time, and I was always more of a lurker than a poster, but I really did enjoy the time I spent on this forum. The different people that made up this community made it so unique and interesting to me. I wish I had something more meaningful to say about Amy than this, but she is one member of this community that I particularly remember as one that made AE what it is. She always had a bright sunny post to warm up the place, or would come in and poke fun at a fight between GPS and [insert
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    Warhammer 40,000

    What faction do you play? I've had a Protectorate army for a couple of years that didn't see much use, and in the last few weeks I've started a Circle army for a league that just started up here in Seattle.
  3. Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood. A rip-roaring good time if ever there was one.
  4. Björn Türoque TAKE THAT, ROBIN!!
  5. I think it is? I've only played the first couple of levels which is not enough for me to have figured out what's going on, but enough to figure out that there is a LOT going on. It's clearly an extremely complex game and I'm not entirely sure I have the mental fortitude to get into it right now, but I think I'll give it another shot and see if I can get any deeper into it.
  6. Knights in the Nightmare. I have no idea what is going on in this game.
  8. Banjo Kazooie is an incredible game. One of my favorite games from when I was a kid.
  9. This game is awesome, I can't wait for the LP.
  10. Do you remember where? That is one of my favorite games :snakes:
  11. The Raiden games are pretty awesome.
  12. Exactly. The cost required to get material to Mars is much MUCH higher than it is to get a satellite into Earth orbit. For example (these are the only numbers I remember off the top of my head), when putting something into Earth orbit, you can have about 45% of the mass of your rocket be payload, meaning only about half of it needs to be fuel. To get to the moon and back, however (which is comparable to getting to Mars in terms of energy), only 0.1% of your rocket can make it back, meaning that for every pound of useful material, you need 1000 pounds of fuel. This is why sending up a high qual
  13. Hahahaha, I used to have almost that exact image in my sig. I love Mimas.
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