My last experience with Rebirth was ramming into a frigate, clipping through the model and getting stuck within the walls. I would like to see a QL for the hilarity.
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@Terramagi: Good! It goes to show that there are talented people in the fandom and that its not all about sex.
I just can not believe the amount of hatred towards anthropomorphism in this community. I literally can't wrap my head around it =| .. like, actively hating on a harmless quality. Why? The game was done extensively by a single, extremely talented guy and he was able to portray the world he wanted to. So.. Personally, I am part of the furry community and I'm open to questions. Before you hate, remember that there are -plenty- of games all throughout history that involve anthropomorphic animals.
Upon stumbling across my old Jewel case of "Streets of Sim City", I was thrown back in nostalgia. Around the same time EA launched Earth&Beyond, basically what EvE Online is today and I absolutely loved the game for the few months that I was able to play before they shut down the servers. Why did this game get cancelled so quickly after release?
@Example1013: Yeah that's what I plan on doing with one.
I think it's helpful to add in my case that I'm not looking to build credit so I can purchase a new tv. I have a good savings, I have expendature money, I may have understated when I said I make above minimum. I can easily net 500$ in my savings per month.
That added, people are forgetting that having good credit helps you get home loans, auto loans. Stuff that someone my age is not even considered for.
Avoid them like the plague. Spending money you don't have from people makes about as much sense as trying to bet your way out of a losing streak at a casino.
I have the money, I have quite a large savings. I just want to build my credit@Kiro said:
Here's my advice.
NEVER, and I mean NEVER, use that card for a "big purchase". You're twenty; big purchases don't exist. I've heard too many horror stories from people who got a credit card and decided it was time for a Macbook Air, or some other similarly frivolous bullshit. Buy little things here and there, always pay MORE than your minimum balance if you can manage it, and most importantly, always pay on time. That's all you really need to know. Building credit takes years, so be careful, and also be patient. Make sure you take advantage of your yearly free credit report to keep track of your progress.
a friend of mine got a credit card when oblivion came out and bought an alienware for 2000$~ got slapped with costoms atop of that, which brought it to around 2500. the guy is still paying that off, 5 years later. the interests alone are 100$ a month. Worst part is that the alienware broke down 1 year and a few weeks after he bought it, god damn US warrenty isn't worth shit.
Your friend bought an Alienware for $2000. Thats the problem sir.