pupper_donut

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  1. Onwards to 20 million!
  2. 4048 Large limes
  3. New thread since the old one got cluttered with videos and was laggy. DO NOT embed videos, links only. Rhinoceros - The Smashing Pumpkins: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVfWx9282y0
  4. 4046 Small avocadoes
  5. 4043 We're expecting a big rain overnight with lots of thunder and lightning.
  6. Gets a speeding ticket. Inserts a hat.
  7. Mammoth afterthoughts invent sweetly. Giant downtowns whisper unbearably. Spotty observations scare sedately. Boundless beginners trouble scarcely. Thoughtful snails bang roughly. Barbarous coals turn yearly. Languid cars boast absentmindedly. Chunky winds sin anyway. Dizzy airports deceive frankly. Unsightly insurances force properly. Sore mornings launch justly. Fallacious arithmetics preserve loftily.
  8. Here's what you do: First word from here: https://www.randomlists.com/random-adjectives Plural form of first word from here: https://www.randomlists.com/nouns First word here: https://www.randomlists.com/random-verbs Finally, first here: https://www.randomlists.com/random-adverbs Put them together to form a sentence. Then use the second word from each list, then the third and so on. Then post the funniest nonsense sentences you come up with. Even baits preserve continually. Modern papers spell questionably. Right skates glow too. Hollow giants empty painfully. Spooky sacks float already. Private achievers harass deliberately. Industrious scarecrows fax boldly. Exultant bottles exist unexpectedly. Addicted pies drag wrongly.
  9. Never eat Xavier's unappetizing salmon. NEVER
  10. Large uniformly chunky koalas yawned. LARGE
  11. Small caterpillars ate my pasta PASTA
  12. These are some great photos here, your CBD is quite heavily developed for being such a small city. Do you have any population goals in mind for this area?
  13. I like the traffic levels on the elevated highway, it gives this freeway a very realistic look indeed. Do you predict that traffic levels will continue increasing here as the population grows?
  14. Conquistador - Procol Harum (the 1967 studio version)
  15. Warm and rainy. Tomorrow should be the last day for rain, then it's back to 90+ degree weather
  16. 4041 We've had almost 5 inches of rain over the past 3 days. Not a bag thing though since it's been rather dry this spring.
  17. 4038 :eek:
  18. I'll use this for misc. C:S pictures of mine. I'm about to start work on a large highway upgrade project. It will double or even triple the road capacity in some locations, fix weaving problems, and improve traffic patterns in general, as well as rebuild problematic interchanges. It will also include a large sunken section near downtown, similar to the Big Dig. Pictures of the upgrade will be coming as I build it. Here's some photos of particularly problematic areas:
  19. 4035 PLU for some sort of nectarines, apparently.
  20. 4032 PLU code for seedless watermelon. Also, first post for June!
  21. I rearranged some sections and added a background image, let me know (honestly) what you think :)

     

    1. bben

      bben

      i really like the look of it Josh !

      think its a big improvment..

      But also thanks for continuing to improve the site after all the dedication and hard work you have shown to the site over the years now

    2. Ceafus 88

      Ceafus 88

      Looks amazing man!

       

    3. SpookyZalost

      SpookyZalost

      I like it, it's a nice change.

  22. Excellent work here, so many beer trucks in that second picture
  23. You have some incredible looking suburban developments here, I also like your public transit options here. I hope you continue working on this!
  24. I've decided to start a player diary for my most recent endeavor, a region I'm calling Twin Lakes that is based on a heightmap of the Tampere, Finland area. This isn't a recreation of the Tampere area, but is instead a typical American city. I'm pretending districts are cities in their own right, but much like North American suburban sprawl you can hardly tell what suburb you're in because they're pretty much the same. 1.1 As of this original post, the region has a population of 111,117 spread across 9 individual municipalities (districts). The major city and most populous of these is Tampere (what else?) with a population of 67,543. Major suburbs include Aspen Park (15,935), Eagle Mountain (11,896), and Hemlock (8,188). Other suburbs include Peden (2,454), Bedford (2,315), and Preston Hollow (761) . Also located in the region are the small towns of Peaster (1,097) and Bayberry (855), which will be shown later. The metro area is served by two major highways - National Highways 45 and 320. 45 slices straight through Tampere with little access to local roads and businesses, and sees only light congestion at worst. 320, however, is one of the most congested roadways in the region. On the map below, NH 45 is shown in blue, NH 320 is shown in red. 1.2 An unexpected snowstorm moved in across the region overnight - leaving the entire city blanketed in snow and bringing temperatures into the single digits. Not exactly ideal for touring some of the prominent areas of Tampere, but alas... The city center has given way to high-rise condos and office buildings in recent years. The courthouse, cathedral, and some old Main Street businesses can be found here, along with the oldest residential development in the entire region. The city center also features the local college and a small shopping center. Located near the NH 45 and NH 320 junction is a large office park containing most of the city's high-rise office developments, as well as the region's largest shopping center. While traffic is always a headache on the 320 at 8 am, you'd think it would be worse given the snow and ice accumulation. Good thing the area schools and some of the area businesses are closed for the day. The coast is clear at this intersection along the 320 in Hemlock as what little slow plows the city had on call dig their way through the north side of the city. Gridlock, however, continues to plague the four-lane arterial as it runs adjacent to a severely over-crowded rail stop. Speaking of which, the trains still continue to to come and go through the railyard located in the oil districts between Hemlock and Tampere. To the north of the railyard and NH 45 is the region's largest Walmart and a random large condo development. Such developments are becoming increasingly common across the region. That concludes our tour, for now. Hopefully the weather will improve soon so we can take a look at Eagle Mountain, Peden, and the rural communities of Peaster and Bayberry. For now, we'll conclude with this stunning aerial photo.