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Heather and I went shopping last night at Walmart. One of things we bought was a "Shark Pet Perfect" cordless mini vacuum. It's awesome! It got the cat hair right off our recliner with ease! At first we thought it wouldn't work, but man did it ever! It also has a crevice tool for all the loose hair on the floor. We love it! Also bought some more litter and cat food, and some groceries.
Anyway, not much else going on. Just had fun playing the FPS "Nexuiz"
Here is the big question
Is Marapets economy in ruins?
I believe so, feel free to discuss
Marapets has being going for a long time now but the prices of items and just generally it's economy is in ruins. Nearly everyone is millionaires. Rare items are either super high or super low but why? why is this so?
There are many quests on Marapets, some people think there is too many but I don't think that's right. The rewards for quests now
Updated 06-03-2012 at 03:15 PM by santamynana
(Going more in depth)
I'm friends with the Sound Guy and the Music Director. Sound Guy works with what he's given, no questions asked. He's given whatever Music Director needs to make her singers and instrumentalists sound wonderful. But he's easily distracted.
Microphones get turned on late, volume is turned down too low. Shit happens. And I have to bail everyone's asses out. I'm the Music Director's assistant in a way, always ready to run on a whim and make sure things go off the way they're supposed
Starting a game is hardwork, what's even harder, is getting the foundation started, and getting things going. Good things take time to be built, we all know that Rome wasn't built in a day, and companies aren't built in one day, it takes time.
So, what's the point behind this? The point is if you're not going to invest the time, money and passion into your game, then you will have a time tough getting off the ground and getting a game going.
Programmers cost money?