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    Yeah, it was a freeware route, Mike, and wasn't...

    Yeah, it was a freeware route, Mike, and wasn't too bad for the day....although if memory serves it's elevation changes were inaccurate in several locations.
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    Sorry, but I haven't a clue what the all-up...

    Sorry, but I haven't a clue what the all-up weight was.
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    Rich, you are one hundred percent correct. My...

    Rich, you are one hundred percent correct.

    My son (37) is a 3D animation artist...has been since 2004...and that is exactly what he has said to me on several occasions.
    It doesn't matter whether...
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    I read through Tony's opening post....three...

    I read through Tony's opening post....three times.
    I am still trying to make sense out of what he wrote; it's the type of thing that politicians say when making (what they think are) deep and...
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    Since your post, the latter end of that thread...

    Since your post, the latter end of that thread has been extended somewhat, Vern. :D
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    I will never pay for a software subscription....

    I will never pay for a software subscription.
    It's bad enough that we are really only buying a "license to use" when we purchase software.
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    Vern is 100% correct......that was a heavy-handed...

    Vern is 100% correct......that was a heavy-handed and completely unnecessary action.
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    The exact reason I gave up watching Nat Geo...

    The exact reason I gave up watching Nat Geo documentaries (amongst others) years ago.
    Re-enactments also turn my stomach, particularly those about WW2.
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    I cannot stand hyped documentaries, where the...

    I cannot stand hyped documentaries, where the commentary is designed to sound dramatic even when it's not.
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    That was Greg Lane's original idea. When you...

    That was Greg Lane's original idea.
    When you look at what Phil does, it's like looking at a finely-detailed diorama - a small section of a bigger world which exists beyond the boundaries of the area...
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    Superb, as is usual for you, Phil. But your...

    Superb, as is usual for you, Phil.
    But your creations are not the average - they are way above what most Trainz users do.
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    That's ridiculous, still using that Jet engine...

    That's ridiculous, still using that Jet engine two decades down the line (pun) from the start.
    The equivalent of running a T-Model Ford when everyone else is in EVs.
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    If it is still using the twenty-year-old game...

    If it is still using the twenty-year-old game engine then it is dead in the water as far as I'm concerned.
  14. You painted a wall to arrive at that conclusion!...

    You painted a wall to arrive at that conclusion! :D :D
  15. Yeah, that was pretty tough for him. You know, I...

    Yeah, that was pretty tough for him.
    You know, I still have that installed on my old Windows XP laptop. :)
  16. (raises hand)...I do, sir! I do! :D Do you...

    (raises hand)...I do, sir! I do! :D

    Do you also remember "Black 5", Vern? It seemed promising from the outset, but died in the arse pretty quickly.
  17. The fact that they rarely post does not...

    The fact that they rarely post does not necessarily equate to them rarely reading what others post.
    And there is no requirement that anyone interested in operating a train simulation must also...
  18. Yes, most certainly. I've been around train...

    Yes, most certainly.

    I've been around train sims since BVE was released in English, and have experienced just about every form of train-simming available down the years. But all that experience...
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    Thoroughly agree with you, Vern. It's not...

    Thoroughly agree with you, Vern.

    It's not nit-picking to expect a level of quality which should accompany a $50 price tag and it is immaterial whether it is for a computer game, an item of...
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    I don't believe it! :rolleyes:

    I don't believe it! :rolleyes:
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    :) That brings back memories.

    :)
    That brings back memories.
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    I think that there is a very cunning method in...

    I think that there is a very cunning method in their madness; the vast majority of TSW customers wouldn't have a clue as to the correctness of the route and its associated infrastructure, so...
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    Oooh! Not a good idea, Vern. Bad for the...

    Oooh! Not a good idea, Vern. Bad for the cholesterol level.
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    You're most likely spot-on, but why not just use...

    You're most likely spot-on, but why not just use the conventional terminology that the police have always used: "serious injuries"?
    Is it up to the coppers to determine (and announce) the...
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    Not good, but are we now lumbered with a new...

    Not good, but are we now lumbered with a new medical condition...."life-changing injuries"?
    (That falls into the same category as "male person").
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