• jd (unregistered)

    A Maretime? Maritime ore more like a Night-Mare?

  • Marc Würth (github)



    You are welcome!

  • (nodebb)

    Dunno, I'd be ashamed of promoting a My Little Pony game, too.

  • Prime Mover (unregistered)

    Ponies are so lame. I want a game called My Little Kitten.

  • (nodebb)

    I base64 decoded Bruce's PDF. Now I've got his address, credit card number and a list of the charges during his stay. What's a "massage incl. happy ending"?

  • Smithers (unregistered)

    It's only "probably-pseudonymous" because that's the same name I've used in the comments section before. You're welcome to know that the "less-likely-to-be-pseudonymous" Chris has My Little Pony on his Steam wishlist if you really want. It's only there because the PC version has better tools for timing and recording the speedrun than pointing a webcam at my Switch. And it's staying on my wishlist until a better sale because it's still too much for a game I already own.

  • Strahd Ivarius (unregistered) in reply to Jeremy Pereira

    When you get a Service, Now, you can express your satisfaction by the way of a Happy Signal. Perhaps it is related?

  • unityoc (unregistered)

    Hey, it's summer in half of the world

  • Aussie Susan (unregistered) in reply to unityoc

    Almost - depending on how you define these things. Here in Australia, we start summer on the 1st of December and that is a couple of days away still. (Not that you know it by the terrible weather lately - La Nina thank you very much!). Other places (US?) define the seasons by the Solstices and Equinoxes. Susan

  • unityoc (unregistered)

    I'm also in Australia mate, these sales always start early though right.

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  • (nodebb) in reply to Aussie Susan

    Well, here in North America, the people whose job is the weather, i.e. meteorologists, use 1 December, 1 March, 1 June, and 1 September as the first day of the seasons. Some other people whose job isn't the weather have come to the conclusion that the seasons start on the solstices and equinoxes. But it's hard to reconcile that second approach with the traditional designation of the summer solstice as Midsummer's Day and the winter solstice as Midwinter's Day.

    OK maybe it's not fair to use the phrase "come to the conclusion". They've been told, by people who don't know any better, that those are the "official" start dates of the season. But AFAIK the truth is that there is no official start to any of the seasons: last I heard, no government or standards body has made that definition. (If this is incorrect, I'd love to know!)

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