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  1. Stuttermabolur

    Map thread

    Use this thread to post your best, most beautiful or interesting maps. I just came across this map of Europe from 1878 with the nations represented by people and other figures. Maybe not the most useful geographically, but it more than makes up for it in flair!
  2. iamlindsaythatisall

    Does anyone else…

    Have a collection (let’s be real… hoard) of something that just… doesn’t make sense? Or wouldn’t make sense to a NT? I have a LOT of pens and pencils. This isn’t even all of them… and I’ve owned more in the past. People have made comments about my “collection,” but that has never stopped me from...
  3. Jorg

    How to keep Cd's and Dvd's healthy and without fungus

    Today as I opened and checked a Limited Edition DVD/CD box which I bought in 2010 found the dvd's and cd's are forming somekind of fungus and the guitar pick it came with had a copper/brown sticky sustance. The box in fact is a set of dvd's and cd's from The big 4 Live on Bulgaria and besides...
  4. Caelix3

    Autism and inanimate objects?

    Anyone else get attached to inanimate objects? Such as Keychains, pens, pencils, bags or purses, etc. I noticed that sometimes I get attached to inanimate objects. Almost like one would get attached to a stuffed animal. An example would be: I bought a Keychain at Meijer, it was a fuzzy...
  5. P


    As simplistic as the game is, I really find it more of a subculture. It literally allows you to become and do whatever you want on your time and with the extensive community, has also become incredibly diverse with the amount of mods the players bring to it. I am not much of a community guy and...
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