Yes I agree, but finding a local pharmacist that understands compounding rather than just counting out pills can be challenging.
2050 BC is the Bronze Age around almost all the world.
If Thogg is taking a month to figure out how to bash your skull in with a rock you likely have nothing to worry about.
You'd be about 8000 years after the neolithic agricultural revolution general tool use had been around for quite a while by then.
That said, I wouldn't be inviting Thogg over for tea.
When I look up the total land area of the earth i get different numbers ranging from 148M sq. km to 153M sq. km.
So an average of 150.5M sq. km + or minus @2.5M sq. km or @965k sq. miles
So they're mapping to less than the margin of error for different sources as to the total land area.
But what I find interesting is that there appears to be variations equal to three times the area of Alaska (656k sq. Miles).
And at the same time they're introducing a feature to turn off experience gathering to more fully support twinking which is almost exclusively a lower level endeavor.
Yeah, I agree there about the DK's I kinda thought there should be at least a couple of additional quests to do for the King before being granted Friendly/Honored status.
If the program kept track of sections people were skipping the game designers could then take another look at them and possibly tweak them to make them more enjoyable
And a really stupid fuel efficiency expert at that, since by your example you'd have distance traveled / fuel consumed = N / 0 = undefined; not infinite.
Sounds like your experience is not unlike mine in working on SAP installations.
Businesses need to change long running business processes to model the software's processes/templates.
There's often a lot of resistance to changing these processes; usually for no reason other than institutional inertia.
If you don't have buy-in from the top for the need to make these changes then the implementation is almost doomed to failure.
To paraphrase Uncle Red: There are very few problems that can not be solved with a suitable use of high explosives.
Thus if the problem remains, you didn't use enough explosives.
Here's another gem of a game, from 1982 for the Atari 2600 home console:
Ah; the good old days.
Most people will listen to your unreasonable demands, if you'll consider their unacceptable offer.