Dinker3172 karma2013-11-13 17:32:37 UTC
I like question 3 the best. The last thing I want to do is annoy the devs into not wanting to do this anymore.
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Dinker3153 karma2013-11-13 17:19:34 UTC
How much weight do you put on the players' suggestions, like in r/ksp? Do you guys appreciate our input (obviously some things are more reasonable than others), or do you find it sort of a hinderance to what you have in mind for the final product?
Anywho, thanks for all the hard work you guys do. I have convinced a few people to pick up a copy of the game because of how great it is. Best $23 I've ever spent.
Dinker315 karma2015-08-27 17:39:04 UTC
Would a grading crew still need to precede your machine? That seems to be the most time consuming part of the operation but leaves the road in pretty solid shape for paving. and if a grade crew would still need to be used to ensure proper water flow, how much benefit would your machine still have?
Dinker313 karma2014-07-16 19:47:48 UTC
You guys are my all time favorite band and you are what got me into Bluegrass! Can't wait to see you in Philly in September.
I've heard Dead Man Winter stuff, and though I know a lot of you guys have backgrounds with other genres. What has it been that has kept you going in the bluegrass scene? Especially considering how some of the purists won't even call it bluegrass...
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