To sum up my post at the end, I’m curious as to what you think.
Well, that was the most fun I’ve had playing a mob-themed game in a long time. The crossword was incredibly well thought out. I loved the style of the letters. I loved the placement of the letters. I loved the fact that the letters were randomly placed in the grid and it was always possible for me to click on the letters and get the answer.
To go further Ive learned about the world of virtual currency, and its place in the world of the mobile phone. So in this post I’ll talk about what Ive learned so far.
The mob world is a very small, very specific world, one that has very little overlap with the rest of the world. Its power is in its size, its size is largely in the size of its populations. Its size has little to do with the level of violence in it. Its power is defined by its size. What happens in the world of mob law is a combination of the violence and the size of the power of the mob.
This post will be the first in a series of post-mortem articles about how many people have died in the mob world.
What is the meaning of life for all the people in this post? What is the meaning of being a citizen of the world? I’ve been thinking a lot about this.