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Friday, August 08, 2003

After 179 years, with 2.38 million "dollars" in the bank, the RollerCoaster Tycoon game Funtopia has closed its parks doors so we can rebuild anew... when I have time!

Good thing these games can be saved.

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Tuesday, August 05, 2003

Not much going on here

I've still got a computer running RollerCoaster Tycoon, and while I have given it several breaks, I've let it run long enough that 135 years have come and gone, and 1.2 million play dollars have amounted, so when I have a chance everything in the existing park will be torn down, and a new, far greater park shall rise in its place!

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Sunday, August 03, 2003


Check out these t-shirts...

Ja Dummkopf, All the German I need to know I learned from Hogan's Heroes

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My initial goal of 100 years for a Roller Coaster Tycoon park has come and gone...

no big fan fair really -- but sims can be an-ungrateful lot. :)

So I've got a new goal/plan. My park is rather haphazard and sloppy at the moment. Paths over rides over paths over rides -- not all that attractive, and very confusing, even for me, and I built it.

That said, my new plan is to get 1 million play dollars (I've over $800 thou already) , fire all my employees, close all the rides, close the park, and start from scratch with a new park!

Seems worth a try at the very least!

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Just found out about a book I'll be adding to my "I wanna pick this up" list.

I had heard that several members of the Hogan's Heroes cast had very personal experiences with the war, in this case, Robert Clary, who played LeBeau, was put into a Forced Labor Camp at the tender age of 16.

I look forward to his account of growing up in war-torn France, and being a very special part of the legendary Hogan's Heroes.

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