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  • Connor Milliken's Avatar
    Today, 02:17 AM
    This is fixed in 15.03.
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  • brett7715's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:48 PM
    Just to follow up, i decided to try installing the 15.01 patch and it cured the freezing problem after the 2018 draft...hopefully that helps some and I'm happy that I can play the game in the meantime!
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    Yesterday, 03:43 PM
    Jacy & Toni go rural (continued) The young Conways had just about given up their dream of spending most weekends in the country, but at least they spent their new -found freedom o' Saturdays and Sundays, by doing the rounds of the many retailers of caravans in London and environs. The designs and styles were many and varied, and as many renters indulge their fantasies of owning their own home by visiting every "Open House" that the Real Estate agencies offered, so Jacy, Toni, and little...
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    Yesterday, 03:34 PM
    Early in July of 1970, Augustus Conway brings a letter into the kitchen where his wife, Lee is cooking breakfast. "This is too much, Lee..." he complained. Lee looked up from the skillet where she was frying scalloped potatoes, her husband's favourite breakfast dish. Sha thought, again, how Augie had changed since he took up teaching; before, he was a calm. laid-back taciturn, but amiable man; now, he was putting so much of himself into trying to impart some knowledge into minds...
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    Yesterday, 03:26 PM
    The “San Diego Clarion” August 1st 1970 Poison pill? by Al Terego San Diego Padres’ general manager, Dan Conway is not known for putting one over on his fellow managers; he seldom trades with them, never tries to steal their young talent, he just steers his own serene course, picking out the choicest parts of the available drafts, every now and then, jettisoning the excess has-beens and never -wasers, either by not renewing their contracts, or offering them in job lots for peanuts,...
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