No, I know my gunny bears man, I've been eating them for as long as I can remember. They contain high amounts of sugar, which is quite obvious, citric acid less so, but it's in many gummies, so it wasn't too out of nowhere.
Unlikely isn't impossible though. But yes, my parents let me play Skyrim.
a dishonest or unscrupulous person; a rogue. (Oxford Languages)
Neither have you proved any of your information is accurate.
I never stated you as one.
I'm not apologizing because you suggested it. I'm sorry.
You buy crates of bananas, and bobble heads from the vendors at the flying L, you have to do this to complete episode 2 I think, and I remember that a crate of bananas is 20 Cog.
Well with the population at it's highest (153) I'd think they'd have more livestock than just 3 alpaca, 2 cows and 8 (Was it 8?) beehives. These most likely died out from fog, causing the farmers to leave. So...it makes sense, and it isn't like we can get facts for this, so why not go with what makes sense?
Or does it? It might be one of those oil weapons, it'd make sense knowing he runs a print shop, he has ink and things everywhere.
He is supposed to play the character of Jesus. We don't know the whole story, but he could be very persuasive. You don't know.
Well, if you look at the tracks, none of them go in the direction of the fogworks, in fact, they go the other way...To Edmunds Shipping Co.
I'll get some pictures in-game.
Here the thing: Life under the empire IS NOT PRACTICAL. Quite the opposite actually. It's only practical for the Emperor and anyone who finds themselves working for him at a high rank.
I doubt it's better than steam.