You actually need books to pass your exam? I have many courses where we just read papers, and virtually all other information you need is on the (very extensive) slides.
On the other hand, practically all the books I've bought I actually think were worth the money, especially my applied microeconometrics by Cameron and Trivedi, it's sort of become my bible.
The most expensive one was about 80 euro though I think, and I buy about 5-6 per year maximum.
Wow, they were just showing some Dutch passports on that russian stream and did not do a particularly good job at blurring the details...
I could tell every detail from every single person. One was from a boy who just turned 17
With respect to CK2, does anybody know any good modding tutorials? I've been wanting to add crusades to the orthodox faith, but I just can't find any tutorials on even basic modding, nevermind adding crusades...
I find it slightly ridiculous how everybody is acting that having no more working mines means the Lannisters will be completely powerless in no time. Given that most westerosi lords have no mines at all, I wonder how they even manage to raise the tiniest levy if mines are so important. Besides, it is not like the Westerlands are completely empty and barren outside of the mines. They seem pretty fertile to me all in all.
I would say the gold mines are just an added bonus, but income from lands alone should give the Lannisters equal income to say the Vale or the Riverlands. Without mining income they would definitely loose some weight to throw around, but no way that they would be powerless.