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  1. I played this space combat before the turn of the century with my cheap charlie CH Flight Stick. However, the story behind all of the "pew-pew-pew-die-Kiralthi-scum!" action is interesting. Unlike today's 3D Photorealistic combat games like IL-2 Sturmovik, this "hear the Kilrathi call you foul names and diss you in combat," is just animated 2D. If you're the peaceful sort who doesn't want to burn "Bengal Tigers in space suits," here's "Old Blue Hair/space pilot Blair's" second tour against the Kzinti-like Kilrathi. See you on the "TCS Concordia," Space Pilot!;) But if you want to "burn some kitties," you can do it all, "Tiger's Claw" to the "Midway." "Wing Commander complete series from #1 to Prophecy including The Secret Missions"
  2. Looking at music that appeared in "Futurama," I came across this J-Pop song. Here's the original song video, just to confuse you completely. What has this song got to do with "Futurama"? At the end of "Leela's Home World," this song plays, and it shows that Leela was never alone when she was growing up on the surface. "Leela's Home World" ending scene
  3. Submitted for your approval, "Techmoan" has found a treasure box of data for the early 19190's! Click on the link and you will find "a solution in search of a problem," that was met with "Meh" whem it arrived in the U.S. in 1992. Europe also found it underwhelming, and it returned to Japan. Warning: There be Puppets at the end of "all the serious stuff.";)
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