Fallout 3 Character model

Discussion in 'NMA News and Information' started by kumquatq3, Dec 27, 2003.

  1. night monk3y

    night monk3y First time out of the vault

    Dec 30, 2003
    It would've been so beautiful and glorious...

    I swear, Iplay must've been taken over by Valve or something.
  2. Pope Viper

    Pope Viper This ghoul has seen it all

    Dec 9, 2003
    I'll bring the beer...
  3. 4too

    4too Vault Senior Citizen

    Apr 30, 2003
    The Bonus Issue

    The Bonus Issue

    Nice pic.


    ""The Bonus Issue.""

    In some american corporations the benifits and bonuses are stuctured, and worked into the budget. A lot of vacation time depends on years of employment. Bonuses for the "spear carriers" can be so structured too.

    And ... seasonal bonuses for the "spear carriers" justifies similar bonuses for those higher up the corporate food chain.

    It's only when we learn about multi million dollar stock options and mega million dollar parachutes in these days "post Enron" do we think of "white collar crime" as a state sanctioned job description.
    Just pay your declared tithe or "cut" to the tax man.

  4. atoga

    atoga It Wandered In From the Wastes

    Apr 20, 2003
    Before the RTAA, if Congress wanted to establish a lower tariff for particular imports, it would act unilaterally, taking the foreign country’s tariff rate as fixed. Congress would choose a tariff rate that was either a little higher or lower than the median preferred tariff, depending upon the composition of the Congress. Generally, a Republican controlled Congress would prefer higher tariffs and a Democrat controlled Congress would prefer lower tariffs. Thus, tariffs were chosen based on the domestic politics of the United States. Individual members of Congress were under great pressure from industry lobbyists to raise tariffs to protect them from the negative effects of foreign imports.[3] The RTAA’s novel approach freed Roosevelt and Congress to break this trend of tariff increases. First, it tied tariff reductions by the United States to reciprocal tariff reductions with international partners. It also allowed Congress to approve the tariffs with a simple majority, as opposed to the requisite two-thirds majority necessary for other treaties. Lastly, the president had the authority to negotiate the terms. These three innovations in trade policy created the political will and feasibility to enact a more liberal American trade policy.[3] Reciprocity was an important tenet of the trade agreements brokered under RTAA because it gave Congress more of an incentive to lower tariffs. As more foreign countries entered into bilateral tariff reduction deals with the United States, American exporters had more incentive to lobby Congress for even lower tariffs across many industries.[3] By giving the President the authority to negotiate these deals, the Congress effectively ceded a part of their power (authorized under US Constitution, Article I, Section VIII) to the executive branch. The President had to consider the aggregate welfare of all Americans, his foreign policy priorities, and what was feasible with other countries in making his decisions on tariffs. These considerations generally left presidents more inclined to reduce tariffs than the Congress.[4] Whether Roosevelt or Congress foresaw this result is a matter of historical debate.
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  5. DarkUnderlord

    DarkUnderlord Water Chip? Been There, Done That

    Apr 6, 2003
    I dunno. I'm kinda reminded of the village people too...
  6. Tigranes

    Tigranes First time out of the vault

    Dec 13, 2003
    Sad that half the posts here are scrutinising the model for every little bad thing. What true FO fan was going to buy the game for graphics anyway?

    But then, there is a point that no matter how good/bad the graphics, the 'feel' needs to be maintained. Hasty to judge that on one model, though.
  7. Darque

    Darque Still Mildly Glowing

    Dec 9, 2003
    That's a pretty nice looking model :)

    As a side note: anyone else having odd trouble with their PMessaging here?
  8. Pipboy2000

    Pipboy2000 Companion to the Last Proton

    Sep 29, 2003