New poll up. Technically any councillor can make one, but I'm usually the only one unhinged enough to make a poll about literally whatever I'm thinking about at the current second.
The style of the condemnation shines through. Its theme was brilliantly conceived and carried out, culminating with the second, concise part, addressed directly to the condemned region, which adds to the dramatic effect. If any Condemnation deserves voting for, This is it.
I ocassionally buy certain music albums which happen to be unavailable to me in MP3 format or in my favourite streaming service, so I still buy a CD every once in a blue moon (I don't have any Vinyl Record-player). But I see less and less Music being offered on CD's these days. It is definitely on the decline.
I have a huge collection of Vinyl Records, inherited from my parents. I attempted to find someone to pick them up for free, but then changed my mind. Eventually, my current CD-playing device (a laptop with an Optic drive) will fail, as all hardware eventually does, and my next computer will be unlike to have any such drive. I'll be forced to switch to a Record-playing device then, and am now saving those old records for that day (hoping they are not too dust-filled or scratched).
I still buy CDs sometimes and have a lot I use, but it's definitely not as popular. I think eventually we're going to hit the same point vinyl did where younger people find them nostalgic and neat, but also more functional than records or tapes.
not terrible i guess
mines fine, tryign to carve out a piece of land for me, I have no land to my name yet and around 5 million people migrating here
Three current or former TEP delegates have voted in the poll, but they have all picked different options. Naturally since Albrook has voted in the landfills options, it has 800 more votes immediately.
I still buy some music on CDs, mostly when it's literally impossible to get the music through any other means. I don't think I've bought a game CD in quite a while though... The last might actually be Dark Crusade or one of the times I rebought genefrog, but I think those are digital only now too
Yeah, if you tend to go for morals or protecting the ecosystem it will take a bit longer as the game tends to set the ecosystem against the economy a lot, but overall if you stick to the economy (even whilst protecting yoru ecosystem and/or morals) you'll get there eventually - my main nation has a pretty good ecosystem and near 100 economy, so it's possible!
Cheesy Tots is right, the game sort of follows a "bad morals get economic gains in the short term" and "good morals get economic gains over the long term" system. It can be frustrating when you're getting started but you'll get there.