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Quote: Originally Posted by Lear Throughout this 150+ page thread, you'll find plenty of references to the whiskey colour; less so the claret. My personal opinion: Whiskey is fine for Spring/Summer. Goes nicely with jeans and lighter coloured chinos. Wherever and whenever you wear them, you'll get compliments... guaranteed! If you like to get noticed, whiskey will make you happy. With the occasional application of a slightly different colour +...
Quote: Originally Posted by skalogre Hmm... you could try the benchmark that GSC have created, see how the laptop fares. http://cop.stalker-game.com/?page=news&item=150 Love the game so far. Made it to Pripyat, but much to my dismay I have yet to find the ferris wheel near the gymnasium. Must keep searching. Edit: Finished it a little bit ago. Thankfully there are still missions to accomplish as they added what mods did to the prior two...
Quote: Originally Posted by j Looks like just my kind of thing... if only my laptop could handle it. I guess I could try my now-ancient desktop but I don't really want to go sit in another room to play games. Hmm... you could try the benchmark that GSC have created, see how the laptop fares. http://cop.stalker-game.com/?page=news&item=150 Love the game so far. Made it to Pripyat, but much to my dismay I have yet to find the ferris wheel near...
Quote: Originally Posted by ratboycom Necro post Cropped from a fan pic for the "Garbage Eating Goat" in Downtown Spokane, WA http://photos-a.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos..._3367511_n.jpg Bloody hell. Props, that is some next level shit photobombing
If anyone is interested in the game, (unlikely but I'll chime in any way), I have been playing S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat since I got it a few days ago. It really is fantastic. Much better than the second in the series (Clear Sky). Have not completed it yet; have been taking my time running side jobs and missions to gather as much cash and equipment as possible before venturing in to Pripyat itself.
Quote: Originally Posted by acidboy Shall I make the obvious reference to Red Bull & wings? No? Too late.
Moar. MOAR!
A vehicle that is well balanced and that handles well in the dry will also handle well in the snow with appropriate tyres. The only real concern will be ride height, frankly. At which point you best wait for the snow plough
Quote: Originally Posted by A Y No it's not. The garage queens which are driven only on nice days are the worst. --Andre Thank you.
Go for it. Just make sure you have the dealership on speed dial. That engine can be, uhm, "exotic" in its temperament. Heh. As for needing more space, well, my only car is a small two seater and I manage to get along. The R8 may actually have more storage room than my Miata.
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