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    1. They wore always skulkin’ round my hut, Just to see what they could get ; But when I faced ‘em, the beggars cut - They hadn’t much pluck, you bet. One night I was smokin’ just outside, When my dog began to bark, And about a dozen spears were shied, As I stood there in the dark. One split my cheek open to my gum, And I’d only time to shut The door, when a mob of blacks they come With a rush right at the hut ? I whipp’d down my gun, and through a crack In the wall, I just let drive Into the blacks, and they bolted back - Well, that’s them as were alive. For one or two of the beggars fell Along of that dose of shot : Twas enough to make you sweat, the yell They gave as they went to pot. I hadn’t so long to tie up my face, When the blacks came back once more In a howling crowd, all round the place, And tried to smash in the door. I let ‘em have it - this time with slugs - And the way them blacks did yell When they got ‘em in their painted mugs Must have scaredup Nick in Hell.

      Instance where Senator Higgs recited "Joe" and John Cash Neild walks out.

  2. Dec 2021
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    1. There is a bare-bones attempt at a game, and they've really tried milking this cash cow as there are multiple variations from the basic game engine they've established. I don't find the game to be interesting, fun, engaging, or enjoyable. I suppose it did generate one solid puzzle for me though. How does it have anything other than negative as its overall review score?
    2. These lazy and/or idiotic hacks uploaded the exact same game to Steam THREE TIMES, charging separately for each, and including microtransactions in each. This appears to be a botched attempt at content tiers, but they all have the same number of levels, which makes this the premium version for true Abrix fans! They even threw in some one time use powerups AND six achievements instead of one, so you really get your moneys worth.
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    1. Since the mid 1960s and the explosion of electronics, telephony, and the computer chip, corporate profit over net worth has been declining. This doesn’t mean that corporations have stopped making money. Profits in many sectors are still going up. But the most apparently successful companies are also sitting on more cash — real and borrowed — than ever before. Corporations have been great at extracting money from all corners of the world, but they don’t really have great ways of spending or investing it. The cash does nothing but collect.