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By the way OP, that is my colour, you can't use that.  (Yes I like spelling it colour, just as I enjoy spelling shop as shoppe Smiley Wink)

 

 

JK, enjoy it.  I like it because it reminds me of Halloween against the black backdrop.

 

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By the way OP, that is my colour, you can't use that.  (Yes I like spelling it colour, just as I enjoy spelling shop as shoppe Smiley Wink)

 

 

JK, enjoy it.  I like it because it reminds me of Halloween against the black backdrop.

 

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Being from the UK as I originally am I am used to spelling color with a "U", also favoUr the same way, but living in the USA as I have for a number of years now it's second nature to leave that "U" out now Smiley Sad.

 

As for Shoppe, I used to go to a sweet (candy) shop called The Olde Sweetie Shoppe, I also used to frequesnt a pub (bar to you American's lol) called Ye Olde London, brilliant pub!

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Thanks for your response, and for the help, I play with many who speak the English language and have to ask to speak more slowly and slowly, because I have difficulty in understanding.

Just wanted to leave here my opinion contrary to people that don't add anything.

 I try to be honest and do my part, even when I am outraged that the game crashes or other bugs appear, try contacting the developer, who never responds, but I do my part.

Really upset me that information, but those who want to always take advantage are not part of my circle of friends.

Say this because I suffer unfair competition in my area of professional activity, and that bothers me a lot.

I hope that Sony (PSN) solve these flaws, and maybe create mechanisms for encouragement of piracy, to stop this practice.

Could in each game, inside the packaging, put a code with the right  for prizes, like games, consoles, TVs, perhaps to encourage consumption of original products. Here, in Brazil, selling pirated movies and games on every corner, I am totally against this. Most stores closed because they had to compete with piracy, in the case of the PS2 and XBOX 360, here in Brazil, do not know anyone who has the original set, thankfully still don't make Blu-ray Disc copies.

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moblesuit75 wrote:

By the way OP, that is my colour, you can't use that.  (Yes I like spelling it colour, just as I enjoy spelling shop as shoppe Smiley Wink)

 

 

JK, enjoy it.  I like it because it reminds me of Halloween against the black backdrop.

 

Moble


Being from the UK as I originally am I am used to spelling color with a "U", also favoUr the same way, but living in the USA as I have for a number of years now it's second nature to leave that "U" out now Smiley Sad.

 

As for Shoppe, I used to go to a sweet (candy) shop called The Olde Sweetie Shoppe, I also used to frequesnt a pub (bar to you American's lol) called Ye Olde London, brilliant pub!



Ah yes, the Queen's English, with all the redundant consonants.  I actually admire it.  I think US English is very lazy at times and loses all the nuances.

 

Was The Olde Sweetie Shoppe like the one in Willy Wonka?  The Gene Wilder one, not the Tim Burton Bastardization that followed the book more closely and was thus not as intriguing.  Johnnie Depp creeps me out.

 

I have never been to the UK, but would like to visit sometime in my life.  I have relatives in Ireland (not the UK) that I have never met.  It would be nice to meet them, as they are strangers to me and I to them.  Seeing a proper Public House would be interesting as well.

 

I have had a fascination with the UK since my days of running around with a leather jacket on and my hair in a mohawk.  I was, and sort of still am a big fan of The Sex Pistols.  Still love my The Damned albums, now digital copies, too.  It is funny that even to this day, "rock" purely exists in the UK, while the US gets notoriety of being the "rock" nation.  Too bad hip hop and R&B have taken over though.

 

I say "rock" subjectively, because there are many forms.

 

If I was to ever get over to the UK, I wouldn't mind taking in a Chelsea F.C. match either.  Yeah I said it CHELSEA, oi! Smiley Very Happy

 

Cheers

 

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Thanks for your response, and for the help, I play with many who speak the English language and have to ask to speak more slowly and slowly, because I have difficulty in understanding.
Just wanted to leave here my opinion contrary to people that don't add anything, don't use the knowledge we have to help, to contribute, only to destroy the work of others. I try to be honest and do my part, even when I am outraged that the game crashes or other bugs appear, try contacting the developer, who never responds, but I do my part.
Really upset me that information, but those who want to always take advantage are not part of my circle of friends.
Say this because I suffer unfair competition in my area of professional activity, and that bothers me a lot.
I hope that Sony (PSN) solve these flaws, and maybe create mechanisms for encouragement of piracy, to stop this practice.
Could in each game, inside the packaging, put a code with the right drawings for prizes like games, consoles, TVs, perhaps to encourage consumption of original products. Here, in Brazil, selling pirated movies and games on every corner, I am totally against this. Most stores closed because they had to compete with that, in the case of the PS2 and XBOX 360, here in Brazil, do not know anyone who has the original set, thankfully still don't make Blu-ray Disc copies.

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Ah yes, I see now.  Here in the US, you have to actually go looking for the pirated stuff, if you were so inclined.  I think the enforcement is greater here, because there is money in it for the US Government.  There are huge fines applied in the US, and that is a great deterrent.

 

Jail time is also associated with piracy here, so it is not as wide spread as it may be in Brazil (Brasilia).  Not that this is a critique on the Justice System of Brazil, but you yourself mentioned the piracy was out of control.

 

I do agree as well, sometimes the developers create something and leave their hands off, so long as it does not major impact their bottom line.  They typically leave it to the Government to solve their problems.  In the US, anything can be resolved, punished, rewarded or impacted by MONEY.  It is the nature of the game here.

 

Rappudo, I know it seemed like I was giving you a hard time at first, like a few others, but I am glad we got to communicate.  I just like to have a little fun every once in a while to lighten the mood.  I agree with your post and your ideas.  Don't be discouraged by the language differences, all are welcome here.  Don't min d the "ball breakers" either.  Some of them do not know any better.

 

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Rappudo wrote:
Thanks for your response, and for the help, I play with many who speak the English language and have to ask to speak more slowly and slowly, because I have difficulty in understanding.
Just wanted to leave here my opinion contrary to people that don't add anything, don't use the knowledge we have to help, to contribute, only to destroy the work of others. I try to be honest and do my part, even when I am outraged that the game crashes or other bugs appear, try contacting the developer, who never responds, but I do my part.
Really upset me that information, but those who want to always take advantage are not part of my circle of friends.
Say this because I suffer unfair competition in my area of professional activity, and that bothers me a lot.
I hope that Sony (PSN) solve these flaws, and maybe create mechanisms for encouragement of piracy, to stop this practice.
Could in each game, inside the packaging, put a code with the right drawings for prizes like games, consoles, TVs, perhaps to encourage consumption of original products. Here, in Brazil, selling pirated movies and games on every corner, I am totally against this. Most stores closed because they had to compete with that, in the case of the PS2 and XBOX 360, here in Brazil, do not know anyone who has the original set, thankfully still don't make Blu-ray Disc copies.

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Ah yes, I see now.  Here in the US, you have to actually go looking for the pirated stuff, if you were so inclined.  I think the enforcement is greater here, because there is money in it for the US Government.  There are huge fines applied in the US, and that is a great deterrent.

 

Jail time is also associated with piracy here, so it is not as wide spread as it may be in Brazil (Brasilia).  Not that this is a critique on the Justice System of Brazil, but you yourself mentioned the piracy was out of control.

 

I do agree as well, sometimes the developers create something and leave their hands off, so long as it does not major impact their bottom line.  They typically leave it to the Government to solve their problems.  In the US, anything can be resolved, punished, rewarded or impacted by MONEY.  It is the nature of the game here.

 

Rappudo, I know it seemed like I was giving you a hard time at first, like a few others, but I am glad we got to communicate.  I just like to have a little fun every once in a while to lighten the mood.  I agree with your post and your ideas.  Don't be discouraged by the language differences, all are welcome here.  Don't min d the "ball breakers" either.  Some of them do not know any better.

 

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Shall I start using this color (colour) too rofl!!!!!

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moblesuit75 wrote:

Rappudo wrote:
Thanks for your response, and for the help, I play with many who speak the English language and have to ask to speak more slowly and slowly, because I have difficulty in understanding.
Just wanted to leave here my opinion contrary to people that don't add anything, don't use the knowledge we have to help, to contribute, only to destroy the work of others. I try to be honest and do my part, even when I am outraged that the game crashes or other bugs appear, try contacting the developer, who never responds, but I do my part.
Really upset me that information, but those who want to always take advantage are not part of my circle of friends.
Say this because I suffer unfair competition in my area of professional activity, and that bothers me a lot.
I hope that Sony (PSN) solve these flaws, and maybe create mechanisms for encouragement of piracy, to stop this practice.
Could in each game, inside the packaging, put a code with the right drawings for prizes like games, consoles, TVs, perhaps to encourage consumption of original products. Here, in Brazil, selling pirated movies and games on every corner, I am totally against this. Most stores closed because they had to compete with that, in the case of the PS2 and XBOX 360, here in Brazil, do not know anyone who has the original set, thankfully still don't make Blu-ray Disc copies.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

Ah yes, I see now.  Here in the US, you have to actually go looking for the pirated stuff, if you were so inclined.  I think the enforcement is greater here, because there is money in it for the US Government.  There are huge fines applied in the US, and that is a great deterrent.

 

Jail time is also associated with piracy here, so it is not as wide spread as it may be in Brazil (Brasilia).  Not that this is a critique on the Justice System of Brazil, but you yourself mentioned the piracy was out of control.

 

I do agree as well, sometimes the developers create something and leave their hands off, so long as it does not major impact their bottom line.  They typically leave it to the Government to solve their problems.  In the US, anything can be resolved, punished, rewarded or impacted by MONEY.  It is the nature of the game here.

 

Rappudo, I know it seemed like I was giving you a hard time at first, like a few others, but I am glad we got to communicate.  I just like to have a little fun every once in a while to lighten the mood.  I agree with your post and your ideas.  Don't be discouraged by the language differences, all are welcome here.  Don't min d the "ball breakers" either.  Some of them do not know any better.

 

Moble


Shall I start using this color (colour) too rofl!!!!!


If you wish, all are welcome, but then I will not be able to easily spot my posts again.  That and I won't be special anymore Smiley Very Happy.

 

I still have the alternate font though.  I thought I might dabble in the windings, but it takes cryptography to translate them.  LOL.

 

Moble

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THANK YOU!!!

Está muito bem-vindo

 

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I Give you points for trying the first post you made OP i read a little but lost my place

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