yes, let's centralize FORUMS under one umbrella (one which is completely unsearchable from the outside, at that) - what could possibly go wrong?
As forums are slowly being phased out by game developers, Discord's version offers a similar take on the old method of fostering communities.
Well its an interesting strategy cotton
48 people whose fate was never known until decades later, and it's still not certain what happened. Swallowed by the sea.
My great uncle was a rating on HMS Loyalty which fell victim to U-480 very late in the war, in the Channel. He survived, around half (including the Commander) did not. He wrote to the Archive people in Germany to learn about the submarine, but he died before the true fate of it was known, as it was mistekane for another until a mystery wreck was found in the late 90s...
Adam Buxton's suburban sanitized version of an NWA classic makes me laugh every time I see it.
It's really interesting to see how public perception is created, distorted, and propagated via social media. This is nothing more than puffery, and it's pretty disgusting.
The Solent in one picture. Commerce, Leisure, and Tourism. It wasn't the prettiest place but it had a certain energy.
FOSS, motorbikes, and photography.
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