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Cairo Jim

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  1. H yes, like way back in the glory days of Misc when a lot of us were awkward teens.
  2. I'm pretty sure it was E1, then not long later found E2, both on MacFormats back in the day.
  3. Imperialism was a decent one, although recent attempts at playing it were a tad difficult as the versions of it I found were rather Buggy. Deadlock was another good one. There's probably heaps of others, I could flip through a couple abandonware places for quite a while.
  4. If I remember right, the Exile games should work perfectly fine while using SheepShaver
  5. This would be...interesting to see if anything actually comes of it.
  6. That's rather interesting. I'd probably be one of very few (if not only or extremly very few who answered) asexual, but answered no none the less to identifying with the LGBT community. (There's a bit of a split there with some people)
  7. Congrats. Speaking of which, I just marked my third anniversary on another forum (thanks to here actually.) Much cake, rum and celebrations!
  8. We had both our own bedroom plus that other room we got some gear from near the barracks, which was pretty nice actually. I thought so, anyway.
  9. Cairo Jim

    2015 Movies

    There's only two movies that I'm aware of that got released last year, (I don't watch TV or movies often), one being Star Wars, which I enjoyed, and Ip Man 3, which I'm still yet to see.
  10. I think they look pretty cool. Very cool
  11. Artweaver. It does the same sort of basic stuff as paint, with a few nice extra toys to play with.
  12. I was trying to bring across something along these lines, but struggled to word it.
  13. Well, sure. It was a fairly easy call, although I was over generalising a bit, but comparing the internet to other things that have been brought up made the call easier. Something like plumbing, like Thuryl mentioned, although we survived without it for so long, is related to our survival, and our rights. Having fresh water available and having sewerage disposed of? I'd call that important. Take that away, and a lot of large towns and cities will be rather messy. On the other hand, the internet being temporarily inactive will be more like a toddler losing a toy for most of those people. They won't be happy about it, they'll be inconvenienced. The most physical harm that will come to them is inconvenience. EDIT: Also, is it just me, or does the internet question seem rather frivolous mixed in with questions about euthanasia, torture, the death penalty and so forth?
  14. That merely states it's common use amongst (mostly western) civilisation. While it has it's uses, it isn't life critical. It can be quite easily ditched and most peoples lives won't be for the worse.
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