I just got it a few days ago and it's working perfectly.
Even with some hacks, insim and inteen, but when I get enough enthusiasm it says that I'm able to influence (That's not the word they use but it's close.) others to do your hobby, and you're suppose to be able to talk to sims about your hobby and teach your toddler a nursery rhyme but I don't have those options. If you need further information to try and help, just ask. I'm sorry if this is a pretty obvious problem that can be fixed easy.
And it can seem like an even bigger part of life because we tend to be a society that demands all the details, anytime something tragic or shocking happens, no matter how—or perhaps because of how—far removed the situation may be from our personal experience of the world.
Not only is it endlessly fascinating to probe the human condition, trying to figure out not just how, but something happened, but perhaps in some ways learning all there is to know about a crime makes us feel like we're building a fortress of information that will help prevent anything of that sort from happening to .
And it isn't just online media, which operate at fever pitch 24/7, that have deposited us in the current state of true-crime-junkie nirvana in which we find ourselves today.
Nursery Rhyme is set in future, and takes place in the same world of Tayutama: Kiss on my Deity.I wanted to install the patch, but their isn't one.I did search 'freetime' but nothing that popped out was my problem, unless I didn't notice or skipped a few post, if I did, sorry. EDIT: Thanks everyone, I removed inteen and it works perfectly.Here are 13 of those crimes, ones that left a forever mark: (GERMANY OUT) *- (Fundtag-des-ermordeten-Suglings)Charles A.Lindbergh, Sohn des Fliegers Charles Lindbergh- Baby wird 1932 entfhrt und ermordet- undatiert (vermutlich 1932) (Photo by ullstein bild/ullstein bild via Getty Images) The Kidnapping of the Lindbergh Baby: The original "Crime of the Century." News of aviation hero Charles Lindbergh's son being snatched from his crib in the middle of the night was about as scary as it got in 1932.