Banks6060 wrote:Sorry, was getting a little nostalgic there and wanted to type it out.
Banks6060 wrote:I know it man . I would be VERY flattered if our AAR actually did have that effect. Really, it would be amazing.
kayapo wrote:This is the second time I go through the full AAR and it is still just as good as the first. Too bad Soundoff's doesn't have pictures anymore, but this one remains one of my top AAR choices.
I read Paradox games AARs quite a bit and have read many gems over the many years (more then 10 ) but as a gameplay narrative AAR nothing beats this one. Congratulations yet again.
ps. Isn't it about time for a new adventure? One can only dream. If you need a punch bad I'd even be available for my first MP game.
soundoff wrote:I'd would need some sort of 'understanding' with AGEOD as to who owns the copyright of AAR pictures, either that or the ability to upload pics from my 'puter direct to the AGEOD site as do one or two of key volunteers.
In a nutshell I'd used a good third party image hosting service to post my pics. It worked fine but I was totally naive as to internet protocols. I discovered that according to the rules of the AGEOD board that anything posted automatically became their copyright. I was OK with that until I found out that all image hosting services (and remember I was using one - AGEOD recommended you do so in order not to overload their website) insist that they have the copyright of any images you post on their sites.
I cannot be doing with being caught in a cleft stick with potentially two internet sites insisting they own the rights to anything I up/down load. It potentially leaves me as a 'piggie in the middle'......hence my reluctant decision to delete all pics from my AAR with Banks.
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