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#11
Off the Record / Re: Brexit and the waning days...
Last post by Tamas - Today at 08:15:20 AM
Quote from: Admiral Yi on December 05, 2022, 11:48:01 PMIn England a booster shot is called a borcestershire shot.

Stolen from interweb.

 :lol:

Yeah that took some getting used to here.

Display on train: next stop, Worcester Park. Audio announcer: next stop: wosta' park
#12
Off the Record / Re: Brexit and the waning days...
Last post by Grey Fox - Today at 08:10:53 AM
A distinction without a difference.

 ;)
#13
Off the Record / Re: Hungarian Politics
Last post by Tamas - Today at 08:04:29 AM
Quote from: Josquius on Today at 07:56:49 AM
Quote from: Tamas on Today at 07:08:12 AMEU members openly linked a vote on a joint loan to Ukraine with approving a big bunch of grants (reconstruction grants, I think) to Hungary. Everyone voted in favour of the Ukraine loan except Hungary who vetoed it. They'd rather give up on massive amounts of money rather than make it easy for the EU to fund Ukraine's efforts. Fucking traitors.

Smart move from Europe no? Playing orban at his own game.

Definitely, Europe clearly needs to strangle this regime. But its shocking that with the Hungarian economy in a terrible shape, they'd rather lose all that money rather than skip on sabotaging anti-Russia efforts. It shows the extent to which Orban is Putin's puppet.
#14
Off the Record / Re: Dead pool 2022
Last post by mongers - Today at 07:57:47 AM
Oh Dear 71isn't so old, especially for someone in a Western country and with access to 1st class  medical service. :sad:
#15
Off the Record / Re: Hungarian Politics
Last post by Josquius - Today at 07:56:49 AM
Quote from: Tamas on Today at 07:08:12 AMEU members openly linked a vote on a joint loan to Ukraine with approving a big bunch of grants (reconstruction grants, I think) to Hungary. Everyone voted in favour of the Ukraine loan except Hungary who vetoed it. They'd rather give up on massive amounts of money rather than make it easy for the EU to fund Ukraine's efforts. Fucking traitors.

Smart move from Europe no? Playing orban at his own game.
#16
Gaming HQ / Re: The Miscellaneous PC & vid...
Last post by Tamas - Today at 07:56:39 AM
Quote from: Syt on Today at 07:52:56 AMI saw a review calling it "Crusader Kings Lite" ... :D

CK3 is already CK2 Lite, I am not really looking to go lighter than that. :)

Then again I expect it doesn't have the pointless-event spam CK3 does sometime...  :hmm:
#17
Gaming HQ / Re: The Miscellaneous PC & vid...
Last post by Syt - Today at 07:52:56 AM
I saw a review calling it "Crusader Kings Lite" ... :D
#18
Gaming HQ / Re: The Miscellaneous PC & vid...
Last post by Tamas - Today at 07:42:03 AM
Luckily I read on Grogheads that a German preview listed that you'd like KoH2 if -among other things- you aren't looking for a big challenge. Which I am reading as codeword for the game having either too simplistic mechanics or bad AI or both. This should help prevent me from buying it, even with the Vic3 patch being an unexpected disaster.
#19
Off the Record / Re: Facebook Follies of Friend...
Last post by Eddie Teach - Today at 07:14:59 AM
Quote from: Tamas on Today at 04:55:12 AMIt's fake anyhow.

Every party has a pooper.
#20
Off the Record / Re: Hungarian Politics
Last post by Tamas - Today at 07:08:12 AM
EU members openly linked a vote on a joint loan to Ukraine with approving a big bunch of grants (reconstruction grants, I think) to Hungary. Everyone voted in favour of the Ukraine loan except Hungary who vetoed it. They'd rather give up on massive amounts of money rather than make it easy for the EU to fund Ukraine's efforts. Fucking traitors.