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I'm playing again too. A little worried about getting addicted to it tbh. But for now if anyone wants help, or to fleet up, give me a holler! Remember, trust is the most valuable currency in Eve.
I noticed the game got a lot of polish lately. A better look and feel. The devs are also chipping away at the steep learning curve, but as a sandbox game, it will always have heaps for you to learn.
Here's my tiny review -
Two games spent competing with stupid, incompetent AIs eventually shattered the illusion that I had bought a new game. This is Civ 5 with a better city management system and lovely music.
Yes! I have old currency sitting around from travels. I'd rather have usable money and make an Icrontian happy!
Hong Kong Dollars
Let me take a few photos and get back to you, @d3k0y.
Cygolite brand light with USB charging has worked well for me too.
I actually misplaced it just now so @Tushon thanks for the link. Forgot the brand even. Lost & Found is bound to pull through every once in a while, right?
I like Duolingo for Spanish review, but they never added the really interesting languages to me. I study Mandarin and Arabic as a serious hobby. What works for me is taking an in-person class or traveling.
It's good to see Duolingo took out the obnoxious mechanic of hearts (3 strikes). Maybe they're also overcoming their systemic problem of relying on literal, word-for-word translations, which is why a Chinese<->English program is unachievable so far.
from what i understand, esperanto is also supposed to make it easier to learn other languages
Just be aware it draws from Western languages more than others.
Its biggest benefit is you'd be part of the worldwide community of other people who inexplicably like studying Esperanto. Good for couchsurfing, but like Klingon it'll never be mainstream.
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