pbacon3363 karma2013-09-03 18:19:27 UTC
I'm writing to say thank you to you guys, the whole team at Paradox. Back in 2002, my friend lent me a copy of EU II...resulting in my first all-nighter as I guided Castille to become a world power. I always remember that night because it helped steer my interest towards European history and the history of war. I even mentioned it in college apps and still credit it for helping at work (I work at a think tank- two weeks ago, I busted out some references to the Polish Sejm and the Partition of Poland thanks to a game a couple of years back)! From then on, I was hooked on European history, and for that I have to say thank you guys so so so much.
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pbacon334 karma2013-09-03 21:10:42 UTC
My brother and I still debate the best one- we're split on Hearts of Iron II or Victoria I. I have yet to try EU IV though (stuck with a busted Mac post-college).
pbacon334 karma2015-02-25 17:56:49 UTC
What was Moynihan's key influences in shaping his political philosophy?
pbacon333 karma2014-07-03 03:56:31 UTC
In a future AMA, I really want this answered. That movie is one of the most idiosyncratic, balls-to-the-wall awesomely bad things to come out of the late Cold War.
pbacon333 karma2014-01-31 15:48:41 UTC
What is Chad's role in the conflict? And how is Chad dealing with their own insurgent problem? Is N'Djamena in any danger because of the current strife in CAR?
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