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Posted at 17:50 on April 26th, 2009 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Thats a good point I ignored. Maybe because there wherent much female students in my classes. ;)
Posted at 17:48 on April 26th, 2009 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Firing him is not possible. He gets female students to his college (just look at the classrooms where he holds his lectures in the movies) - and that's a political necessity for any college. Obviously, they would lose a lot of public funding if they didn't reach their quota. So on the whole, it's probably better financially to pay for Dr. Jones' travelling escapades.
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Posted at 17:40 on April 26th, 2009 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Originally posted by Wandrell at 14:03 on April 26th, 2009:
He sends the bill back to the university. You see, he is preparing for the next classes.


I would fire somebody who sends me an several hundred dollar bill because he wanted to combine two objects with each other without an reason. ;)
Posted at 14:03 on April 26th, 2009 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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He sends the bill back to the university. You see, he is preparing for the next classes.
Posted at 12:17 on April 26th, 2009 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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A very good game with only one logic error. Where does all the money come from which the planeflights to the locations cost?
I used the travel option very often to try out what happens when I use an item the "unusual" way and Indy never complained about the costs. ;)
Posted at 16:04 on April 17th, 2006 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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The story was not originally made for this game as it is said in the review, but for an Indiana Jones comic called "The Keys of Atlantis".

At a difference to Sam & Max, which similar because the creator of the comic worked on the game, the original is worse than the game. The game's story is a much improved version of the one of the comic which keeps all the important and interesting points.
Posted at 12:00 on September 27th, 2002 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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