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9 comments by D3ads on Aug 7th, 2012

Well, it appears I've actually been registered on Moddb for 10 whole years now... so I guess I've completely wasted.. finally accomplished something in my life ;P

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D3ads Aug 22 2014, 10:02am says:

Oh joy, Belgrade is on Google street maps now, I should be able to build anything in the city exactly as it is!

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SRB-HawkEye- May 17 2014, 5:33pm says:

Not in any way this flood have affected me, thanks to the geographical location of the town I live in. Thanks for your concern, mate.

But, as for my fellow compatriots, it's not very well out there for them. A damage done by the flood is up to 1 billion dollars and still rises (assessed by Germans).

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D3ads May 19 2014, 8:23am replied:

Well I'm glad to hear that! It's taken awhile but our media has started to actually report about it finally, the only reason I know about is because of Al-jazeera English reports and B92! I hope that predictions of the crisis worsening turn out to be wrong...

Oh yeah you beat me at English, it's affected, not effected! *embarrassment*

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SRB-HawkEye- May 24 2014, 4:52pm replied:

Unfortunately, big media houses such as BBC and CNN haven't published anything about Serbia/Bosnia/Croatia in the first days of floods. After the urge of Novak Djokovic, they started to report about the situation, but you just got a small piece of the whole situation. Among all three countries which suffered the flood, Serbia is the one who is the most damaged in the region and I think that Serbia will need around 10-15 years to recover. Sadly for Bosnia, they also suffered a lot of damage, and, which is more important, the whole help barely made to just few of them. Croatia is in much better situation, though the situation in Slavonia got worsened in one moment.

Man, it's not the English you have a problem with, it's a typo and it happens. Look at my English and the order of the words in the first sentence... Awful. But, the most important thing is that we understood each other. Right? :)

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Reborn:X Apr 18 2014, 12:23pm says:

Happy Easter Deads.

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D3ads Apr 18 2014, 1:09pm replied:

Thanks buddy, same to you!

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SRB-HawkEye- Feb 25 2014, 11:25am says:

D3ads, mate, no problem. Whenever you have time, reply. I'm still collecting the material...

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ataraXnia Feb 2 2014, 9:30pm says:

Hey man, it's Anterly. Found my old account. B)

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Reborn:X Jan 15 2014, 2:24pm says:

I am doing well in fact and still keepin' up to the World events with the focus on Asia. I am also trying to keep my screenshot storytelling blog alive and worthy to take a look at.

I don't have any spicy or obscure information to share with you but, have you heard about the differences in Africa? The Chinese government is full speed ahead on the support of the reconstruction & advancement efforts in some of the noteworthy African countries. Chinese known public channels like the CCTV constantly keep informing about it, the Chinese are becoming increasingly pivoted towards Africa while the Western powerhouses are IMHO once again struggling to control what is already under control. Maybe someday in the future we will see a rise of an new alliance.

Also, the Japanese are developing Modular Combat Vehicles as a direct duty successor of the Main Battle Tank because they are becoming increasingly redundant to the new military doctrines in that part of the World. The Strykers did not got that far as promised, the OICW programme failed in the US but the ROK succeeded in improving and fielding the weapon. I'm just a little worried on how safe the MCV's will be in air drop deployments unless they are planned to be carried to the AO via heavy-lift helicopters like the Japanese variant of the CH-47. I like how the JSDF is evolving or "improving", most of the top political and military heads in America also do like that. The media is kind of silent on that matter expect for posting in official polls results. Do you think the Japanese society is ready for the creation of an real deal Armed Forces?

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Reborn:X Jan 15 2014, 1:37pm says:

The most joyous guy on the ModDB:

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