I sold my simracing stuff today. Haven't been playing LFS (for obvious reasons), and I needed the room in my apartment for some electronics projects I'm working on, so it had to go.
Sad to see it go, but I haven't used in a year and a half probably, and I'm actually quite surprised someone wanted it. Wound up selling it for $300, which was less than I wanted, but it was better than throwing it out, considering I paid close to a grand for the complete PlaySeat Evo set (shifter, seat adjuster, shifter bracket, floor mat).
maybe they shouldn't have the game on display in public and not have a single mention of it on the front page or the forums... if it weren't for people on the forums who went to Rockingham and Leigzig, their secret would still have been a secret.
if i ever come across a woman i used to know, she's getting the elevator-small-talk, and nothing more. no more "wanting to get together", no more "look i'm sorry about X years ago, but let's be friends"... none of it.
i've actually been hoping this one woman tries to weasel her way back into my life for a 4th time... just so i can finally shut the door for good. it's almost been 2 years, i think she's about due if past experiences are anything to go by.
i read that too, but i find something odd about the story. it mentions they realized something was off about the way he was acting... did they ever think to do a drug test? maybe he siphoned off some donation money for ecstasy.
you know, it's funny... i thought about installing fsx on my prescott today, but didn't because i figured it would take all day to get it working right... and now ms flight is out. i might download it to try it, but if it only has a couple planes and a small parcel of unfamiliar land, i'll stick to fsx.
i was looking on the internet and it seems exchange needs active directory to run, so if the machine isn't on the domain, or is itself a domain controller, chances are you won't be able to install exchange.
edit: you also might need to give it a proper FQDN. "machinename.local" doesn't count.