(Now I just have to explain to the wife why I'm not going to clear the loft like I promised).
"I got to thinking, honey. Those things represent our memories; they are our treasures of our time together and who we are. I don't think I could bring myself to throw something away which, one day, might remind me of a special time we had together. <sniffle>. And think of our children. One day, we won't be here. That'll be all they have. Think of the children, without us. <pause> Say, let's not waste any more precious time we should be spending together. Let's eat out tonight, darling! Waddya think?"
Hey, no, this is really
Trouble is, after 35 years’ marriage, she knows me too well -- I'd never pull it off.
I find http://imgur.com
to be most comfy, easy to use, and nice.
I'll check it out. Thanks.
Interesting... thanks for that. I hadn't looked at the Imperial Courier previously, but I've just had a quick glance now.
Take a 2nd glance and find out why it actually isn't all that
good, if you do not tweak it as Cmdr McLane did.
Well, compared with the Python I'm currently flying, I have to say it looks pretty impressive even as standard -- same size cargo bay (no extension, admittedly); a lot faster; more manoeuvrable; 1 more energy bank; much better recharge rate. The only real downside I can see, to be honest, is the price. Do you have any specific concerns, Snork?
Having said all that, I must admit I'm presently favouring something smaller and faster still, like the Scimitar, maybe, or the Cat. (I'm hoping a really potent vessel will compensate for my distinctly mediocre flying skills). It has to be black, too -- I can't stress how important that is. A nice, shimmery, carbonfibre-like black, with a killer logo in red on the roof, to make the buggers quake in their boots as I come hammering down on 'em. (Can't wait to try out Smivs' tutorial on how to re-skin an existing vessel, actually).