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  • NomadicNom

    Fallout Friday Polls are here! Be sure to answer all polls and leave a comment!

    No Fallout news or Arroyo teasers for this week either. Fallout News Stuffs:

    I've been studying for a while now on my SATs to transition to college (SATs are in a week or so), so here's some education-related polls for the week.


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  • Leea

    I bought some men's shorts recently (they are in nice, flattering colors) for 80 cents, because they were on a deep discount, clearance sale. I like them a lot. Might seem odd to you, a lady wearing men's clothes, but they fit perfectly.


    The peony flower gets its name from the Greek god of healing, Paeon.

    You'd think you'd hear more about him, but you don't. All you basically hear about is Roman gods. Or more well known Greek gods (like Bacchus, the god of partying and wine).


    None this week either!


    Do you play any GOG?

    • Comment and only GOGs from your favorite series. Makes sense. Why play a game from some series you don't know, just 'cause its an old game?
    • You only play when inspiration strikes (How often does inspiration strike?) and you don't get what I mean. Ehh...moving on.
    • Yes! I'm currently playing Warcraft III and its expansion. I can't play console videogames anymore, and my computer is outfitted with components that can only play older games (like up to 2006), so it plays good and i…



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  • Leea

    Do you play any GOG? No, that's not a misspelled acronym, it means "Good Old Game". Anything before 2010 (hard to believe it was nine years ago!) could be a GOG. I am now playing a GOG, and it lost none of its playability, despite its age. And I mean AGE.


    India has in their constitution that cow killing is against the law.

    Understandable, since Hinduism (and plenty of other religions coming from there) holds cows sacred.


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    What is your feeling about seeing shrinks/life coach/etc.?

    • Comment.
    • Four tied for first place! Hack and slash in a video game (the best therapy!), talking it over with people you know (also very good...as long as they are willing and impartial listeners), you go to see one (and you pay for their advice that you could get anywhere else! For free!), and your secrets are your secrets. The only people to hear my secrets are the characters I create for my fan fiction and my journal. No one else gets to, unless they are really close to me and impartial.

    Do yo…




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  • NomadicNom

    Fallout Friday Polls are in! Be sure to answer all polls and leave a comment!

    No Fallout news or Arroyo teasers for this week. Fallout News Stuffs:


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  • NomadicNom

    Fallout Friday Polls are here! Be sure to answer all polls and leave a comment!

    Another Arroyo teaser. This time we have a redesigned Nuka-Cola machine.


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  • Leea

    The idea of paying someone to hear complaints (like a shrink) is...not quite settling for me. I mention this because mom was watching Dr. Phil downstairs. Someone who has your secrets? Someone you don't know? Someone you have to pay to hear them? Just give me my journal and a computer game. That'll help me iron it out...


    It used to be (perhaps you're this old, perhaps not) that when you did something (like reboot your computer from scratch: backup files and such and old computer games) there was a notice: "Press any key to continue". But they had to change it, because people kept calling in to customer service and asking "Where's the 'any key'?" There is no "any key"; people just were that dumb that they couldn't grasp that "any key" meant any key on the keyboard.


    The first Fallout 76 raid has now been scheduled for August 20. Raids will allow parties of four to attack a given target - in this case, Vault 94 - in return for loot. Difficulty levels exist; higher difficulty results in more loo…



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  • NomadicNom

    Fallout Friday Polls are in! Be sure to answer all polls and leave a comment!

    Some obligatory teasers for Project Arroyo this week:


    As per the usual, Project Arroyo is chugging out The Good Stuff. This time around, the teasers are for terrain, since there's apparently a whole lot of that stuff stuffed in between the cities and towns in Fallout 2.


    Not all of it is dirt, of course. California's wasteland offers up some old trees too.


    And Cali wouldn't be Cali without a beach, would it?

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  • Leea

    There always seems to be a disconnect between what you see in your head ---> what you can actually make with your hands. I have encountered this multiple times, and its frustrating. My parents often look on in dismay when I take apart something that I tell them "it did not work out like I wanted" and they protest that it looked perfectly fine, but I said "It's not what I envisioned" and they know to leave it at that. What about you?


    Ever heard of Pandowdy? No, no, not that. Not "dowdy" (or frumpy) in looks, but its actually an old (and not quite used anymore) American pie recipe. What you do is make an ordinary pie (with full not latticed crust on top), then half-way through baking, you take out the pie, smash the top so it gets into the fruit filling (but is still a top crust), then bake it the rest of the way. Its supposed to be about the textures: flaky crust on the top, and fruit-flavored soft crust on the bottom. I've not had it, though. Maybe you can try and tell me how it tastes? …


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  • NomadicNom

    Fallout Friday Polls are here! Be sure to answer all polls and leave a comment!

    Fallout News Stuffs: Fallout Shelter turned 4 this last week. Some folks wish that it could have updates like the multiplayer function seen in the Chinese FOS sequel, but four years ain't bad.


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  • Leea

    If you ever decide to do "exercise", don't do a mile of brisk walking in the hot summer morning sun without a break. I got blisters on my feet (different shoes I wore), a splint in both shins, and an overall ache in my right leg. I proved I could do it! but I should have taken breaks and not tried such a long jaunt in the first place...


    To make red glass in the old days (like 1800s and before then) they would put small amounts of arsenic in it. It would react with the glass components (only when molten) and shade it red. But poison in glass! Augh!


    A newly released patch for Fallout 76 was intended to fix a decent handful of bugs, many of them relating to some power armor issues; the patch, however, has reportedly caused new power armor issues instead, including some armors simply disappearing.

    Like clockwork. Patches fix bugs but cause new ones, too. Its kind of like mending a hole in your jeans with a patch but the patch itself had a worn spot, and then that just created a new hole to fix…



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