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On 1/4/2021 at 8:01 PM, dingformung said:

Why do you even decide to be a slave of your desires?

Do you not want things that are beautiful to you?

On 1/5/2021 at 3:28 PM, Amen Warrior said:

The cars my mates had were specifically a Jag xjs and a Mercedes 300sl, both mid late 80s, both kept in garages. They basically both rotted/rusted away. Maybe Porsches from that time were built different? Or maybe they just both bought duffers.

The Jag was fookin amazing when it worked though

THe jax xjs from the mid 80s (classic look) was absolute trash though. Possibly the lowest period of British automotive manufacturing.

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37 minutes ago, Hugh Mughnus said:

Which game? 

Well...  there may be others.

Over the last 12 months I've bought the followng big box and sealed games:
Prince of Persia (the original)
Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis
Full Throttle
Sim City 2000
Tie Fighter
Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast
Quake 2
Sim City (the original)
Prince of Persia 2 (Japanese Edition)
Wolfenstein 3D (for the Jaguar)

I was supposed to receive Marathon this week but the carrier fucked up big time so it looks like it has been delivered but they told me it has been sent back to the US.

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On 1/11/2021 at 12:30 AM, Enthusiast said:


Multistradas are beautiful. I'm not at the old man tourer phase of my riding life for at least a few more decades so I can't say I'd get one yet. I still want the reborn Streetfighter:

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I'm very happy with my Monster for the foreseeable future though, I don't wanna trade it in.



wanting nice things has nothing to do with capitalism btw. innovation and beauty in design should be allowed to flourish regardless of economic/social settings, it's our job to make it all as balanced and sustainable as possible.

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14 minutes ago, usagi said:

wanting nice things has nothing to do with capitalism

I’m sorry comrade, I must report you. You may choose, 10 years in the gulag, or 2 hours of listening to a Marxist fanatic who doesn’t really know what he’s talking about. 

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