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Yesterday, 2:52pm

Author: Rooijen10

British Empire News 1948

Maybe because those are normal common things that are sane while the computer is something special and insane.

Saturday, December 16th 2017, 8:10pm

Author: Rooijen10

Spammer in Aisle Three

Easy. I went to Hood's news post of today (which I believed was the one that was posted after that one or at least not far from it)... Quoted http://wesworld.jk-clan.de/index.php?page=Thread&postID=145606#post145606 ... and then changed that to... Quoted http://wesworld.jk-clan.de/index.php?page=Thread&postID=145605#post145605 ... and you got the link.

Saturday, December 16th 2017, 7:28pm

Author: Rooijen10

Spammer in Aisle Three

... a subjectless thread... interesting. No way to access it normally once viewed. Not sure how deleting posts goes but if a mod needs to get to the post: http://wesworld.jk-clan.de/index.php?pag…5605#post145605

Saturday, December 16th 2017, 6:35pm

Author: Rooijen10

British Empire News 1948

Neither "Z4" nor "KBM" work with the board's search option. I know it is mentioned in the news article you linked but without digging through many pages of German news I have no idea if it is the historical one or when it was introduced. According to wiki, it is similar to the Z3 but significantly enhanced.

Saturday, December 16th 2017, 5:40pm

Author: Rooijen10

British Empire News 1948

Looking quickly at the wiki page of Manchester Small-Scale Experimental Machine, I think the difference is that the SSEM uses a computer program it has in its memory while the Z3 makes use of an external control program stored on a tape which tells it what to do. Maybe it should be "first working stored computer program"?

Saturday, December 16th 2017, 4:36pm

Author: Rooijen10

British Empire News 1948

Quoted from "BruceDuncan" Speaking out of character... Herr Zuse and KBM have been manufacturing and marketing computer equipment for several years now, including exports as far away as Chile. Isn't the British news about a computer program and the German news about a electromechanical computing machine?

Wednesday, November 29th 2017, 12:01am

Author: Rooijen10

Territorial Waters

Quoted As for the general adoption of a 12 mile limit, for all player nations, I am opposed. I think it is more fun without a general adoption as that would create a source of friction between nations that stick to the old rules of the Territorial waters and those nations who believe that the old rules are outdated with the vast improvement of naval artillery. Quoted In general I have no problem with the 12 miles zone which are claimed by Russia (no matter 1921 or later), but here in this case ...

Monday, November 27th 2017, 6:54pm

Author: Rooijen10

Beijing Newspaper Q1/1948 - Chinese news and events - January / February / March

Quoted the Zhuhai is outside what Russia claims as the 3nm territorial water boundary; but it's inside the 12nm limit that (if I recall correctly) China claims. The Chinese are thus in a murky gray area regarding "territorial waters". While both Russia and the US may still claim the 3-mile limit (for now), the Zhuhai cannot pass the Bering Strait without getting within the 12-nm limit that China itself claims. As far as I know, the Russians also claim 12nm as the limit of territorial waters and...

Saturday, November 25th 2017, 2:45pm

Author: Rooijen10

Beijing Newspaper Q1/1948 - Chinese news and events - January / February / March

Quoted from "Hood" Someone had better order us in a truckload of popcorn! Truckload? I think that this is probably not even large enough for the amount of popcorn we need for this highly explosive situation...

Saturday, November 25th 2017, 3:09am

Author: Rooijen10

Beijing Newspaper Q1/1948 - Chinese news and events - January / February / March

Quoted If I remember the map correctly, it's split between Russian Sakhalin and Japanese Karafuto. You think that those extremist Wesworld Russians or extremist Wesworld Japanese know that? Quoted No worries, comrade! Admiral K installed guns that are entirely capable of covering the entire width of the strait. (I believe there are also a number of other 305mm guns on the shore that could also cover much of the strait.) Maybe so, but I seriously doubt the Americans would like it a lot that thos...

Friday, November 24th 2017, 10:14pm

Author: Rooijen10

Beijing Newspaper Q1/1948 - Chinese news and events - January / February / March

Quoted the line passed between Japan and the russian island of Sakhalin I am pretty sure you were meant to say the Japanese island of Karafuto. Considering the relations between Japan and China as well as China's "Rogue" status for all their poor behaviour in the last 5 years, I am pretty sure a detour around Japan would be necessary as the Zhuhai would not have been able to pass between Karafuto and Hokkaido in one piece. Quoted Because we are in international waters and we are not in an emerg...

Saturday, October 28th 2017, 5:24pm

Author: Rooijen10

Houkokusho Kouka 13 Nen 6 Getsu 30 Nichi

Hopefully no errors... Edit: reading the news, I realized I forgot to add a few things into my spreadsheet including the Linguyen purchase so I will need to work on getting those few things into my report. Edit2: Looks like they are actually for Q3 and not Q2 so it should be okay. Japan's Naval Developments - Q2/1948 A. Industrial Allocation 27/27 factories producing warship material = 27,000 t. 482 tons stockpiled materials available. 2004 tons transferred to Japan. 2,063 tons from scrapping. T...

Saturday, October 14th 2017, 11:05pm

Author: Rooijen10

Search...

Tried to search for something and got this. Not sure if others have the same problem... I clicked on the woltlab link, but that just brings me to the main page and no info at all about the problem. Quoted Fatal error: Invalid SQL: SELECT searchID FROM wcf1_search WHERE searchHash = '424a6bd534126e9cd8e736b898c8fdce0f657e70' AND userID = 6 AND searchType = 'messages' AND searchDate > 1508012998 LIMIT 1 You get more information about the problem in our knowledge base: http://www.woltlab.com/help/?...

Monday, October 9th 2017, 9:47pm

Author: Rooijen10

Silkway Rallye 1947

Mitsubishi driver: "Who's the idiot that parked his car there in the middle of the road?! It's sabotage I tell you! Sabotage!" One minor thing that I have missed (noticed it when I was looking at what exactly the Liexi TAV was again) is that you used an image of the OTL Type 97 tank in the encyclopedia entry for the Silk Way Rally for the KHI Type 97 which is actually a different tank. The KHI Type 97 is this... (also changed the entry in the encyclopedia to replace the old and dead photobucket ...

Saturday, September 30th 2017, 10:48pm

Author: Rooijen10

Just for fun...

36.2 mp vs 0.7 mp... My 'new' (read "occasion") D800E camera taken with the lousy iPod Touch camera (which is probably just as bad as the camera of Brock's derpy little phone )... ... and my iPod Touch taken with the D800E (image cropped and shrunk to prevent computers from crashing and/or blowing up due to the size of the image ) Actual size crop... ... guess my iPod Touch should stick to playing my music Next time I will be posting photos of jets, ships, pretty Japanese ladies or crazy ninjas ...

Friday, September 29th 2017, 7:56pm

Author: Rooijen10

Silkway Rallye 1947

Not sure why you keep on listing the Mitsubishi team entry as Class B while it is Class A. The M46 is like this... ... which would be Class A. It is not like this... ... which would be Class B. Huge difference. The M46 is a sedan, not an SUV (and I think that even that one would be a Class A, though it might look like a Class B entry). It is definitely not a jeep (Class B). Another thing which you might have forgotten was that I mentioned that Team 55 would be driving as a group so I would think...

Sunday, September 10th 2017, 1:22pm

Author: Rooijen10

Touring USS Cod

Quoted Walter, since I know you go to all the airshows, I tried to get a pic for you... but I didn't actually bring a camera, just my derpy little phone. Well, if I actually could, I would go to all the airshows... but unfortunately that is not really possible when you work. ... and don't be like all those other brainless phonezombies and rely on the crappy camera in the phone! Be prepared and always take a proper camera with you. Quoted I don't have a wide enough angle of lens. Better luck nex...

Sunday, September 10th 2017, 10:44am

Author: Rooijen10

RE: Touring USS Cod

Might this work? Removing the "?dl=0" bit at the end? Quoted from "Brockpaine" Edit: Dagnabbit, looks like Dropbox killed my links, even fixing them like the Shipbucket page said... I'm just going to take care of it tomorrow. ------ As last Monday was a holiday, my wife and I had a spare day to do... well, whatever we wanted. Theoretically, that probably should have been yardwork, but we typically enjoy driving various places to see scenery or various other things. Although we had discussed wher...

Saturday, September 2nd 2017, 7:43pm

Author: Rooijen10

French Ships for 1948

When it comes to ASW armament, what does Poursuivante have? There is (I assume) the LRASM Modele 1947 (though no idea what it would be like) and there are the acoustic antisubmarine torpedoes... what else? I would add depth charges to it as well just in case the ships happens to end up close or right above the enemy submarine. Looking at Japan's Ashida class (which is more cruiser-sized than something intermediate between a cruiser and a destroyer like the Poursuivante is), besides the 4x3 torpe...

Tuesday, August 29th 2017, 9:53pm

Author: Rooijen10

French News, 1948

*Sends anonymous message to Le Canard Enchaîné* Quoted The Cam Ranh Bay Diver Incident is a murder where an innocent tourist was grabbed, forced to dress up as a frogman, tied up and then lowered into the water and into the screw of the Stavropol... all done by either the Russians or the French. J.