Never heard of jingles being pirated
Same counts for the other two.
Of course, an orchestra member earns money by playing, indeed, for a public, as I already stated in my posting.
And excuse me for my bad English, I meant creating/writing music instead of making music, except of course for jingle writers, but that hasn't got anything to do with the music I was talking about.
If the goal of the music you make is to make money, you're setting the wrong goal anyway. Music is there to tell a message, or set a specific atmosphere. And another thing is that an artist makes almost no money out of music sales. If you want to support your favourite artist, visit his concert, that's how they make money, and that's also how they experience real gratitude for the effort they put into their music.
Februrary is not on my calendar
That's what I already said in my post. I was looking for an illegal version and ran into the ScummVM website. Obviously I downloaded it over there (http://www.scummvm.org/downloads.php). Beneath a Steel Sky is listed over there as well
Have you tried holding the stylus in your other hand?
One of my favourite games that came out on ScummVM was Beneath a steel sky. Got the floppy version years ago, on my old pentium, but didn't have the book, so I couldn't get passed a certain point (where I needed the codes). When I was searching on the internet a few years later to see if I could download some illegal version somewhere, I came across the ScummVM website. I think it's really a good initiative, because I could now play this game on my linux box (there was no Dosbox yet, or at least I didn't know about it).
If you had one, maybe you wouldn't feel the need to be an asshole to a woman on an internet forum for no reason.
You must be new here.
I really miss the interfaces the older adventure games used, like Police Quest 1 and 2, Space Quest 1 and 2, Leisure Suit Larry 1-3, and the other Sierra adventures from that time. Just walking around, and typing instructions. Of course this could be modernised by using voice commands, but I like it better than just clicking around on everything until the right thing is clicked.
...I should back up my data, because on average, it happens to everybody once, that the hard drive crashes and data will be lost. As this already happened to me twice, I decided to quit backing up my data, as statistics will say that the chance of losing my data again is just under 0.01%.
Just go away, you insensitive clot!
...couldn't it be that they located some candy from the toolbag? You know those women always put everything in their bags. I'm just waiting for the next item claiming that aliens also get their period, because they found a bloody tampon.
welcome our sweet overlords. And please bring some of those Ol' Janx Spirit-filled chocolates, I ran out.
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