Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by Bolletje, Aug 5, 2009.
I own zero ebooks. I am not going to start now.
Was being sarcastic coz the ebook would weigh less.
more new darts
Simon Whitlock 'Wizards' in 24g this time
I can't remember the last time I played a round of darts. It's a fun game to play that's for sure.
I'm curious about the cloth that these are pictured on. There's some text and it looks to be upside down.
I think it's a table cloth of some kind or sofa covers and that's just the design on them.
it's the cushion that lives next to my spot on the couch
always been there, never even paid attention to the writing on it tbh
@niceguyrichy Looks like french.
I think it's Italian.
darts are what I do instead of therapy
spend an hour or so a night chucking darts, clearing my head. lifesaver so it is
Classics at budget prices.
As I like them.
1.Objective Burma, one of the most realistic (all things considered) WW2 movie. Shot during the war. (heh)
2. Apollo 18, ok not a classic yet, but I have heard bad things about it, which probably means I am going to like it.
3. Rear Window, the prequel to Rear Door, fantastic thriller.
4. A sci-fi romcom. A classic 80s film which most people will know for its soundtrack. Yes it is crazy but I still like it.
Forgot about this:
I just -love- the soundtrack for Electric Dreams.
Just arrived. What can I say, I love cheap movies which are also classics.
6 movies in one! Unfortunately not on Blue-Ray, but still a great offer.
Yes this release is not an English one, but the movies are in English.
Destination Tokyo, Operation Pacific, Hellcats of The Navy, Torpedo Run, Run Silent Run Deep, Submarine X-1
Where in the heck do you store all these movies? You must have a huge crib.
I live in a 50m2 rental apartment.
All you need is some good organization.
My bedroom barely fits a single bed. Literally. Head to toe I can almost touch the two walls at the same time. That is head to toe, not arms. I would love to live somewhere else but as I am barely above the poverty line, that ain't happening lol.
Besides, I don't have THAT many things.
A great game, a diamond in the rough, but a diamond nevertheless. I bought it first time when it was first released but through the years I had to throw the box away as I did with most of them in the past. I finally got it again, used but in excellent condition and at a good price.
IMO it was a good game. A good attemp at Sega copying KOEI's formula for games like ROT3K or Genghis Khan, and games like Civilization.
Test of Time (civ 2) touched on this by having you invading Alpha Centauri and being invaded by the aliens, but unfortunately Civilization never touched this again. I would love to see the next Civilization trying either that or ideally what EFS did.
There was definitely a touch of KOEI in EFS.
I wanted a KITT model since I was a kid, but never found one and if I did, I couldn't afford it.
OK this is not the most detailed ever, but it is good enough for me and for 9.99 including shipping, it's fine.
As for the book, the translated to Greek version was among the first proper full books (two tomes IIRC) I ever read, long lost my original copies, no idea where they are. I found this hardcover English edition for about a tenner, I couldn't say no.
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