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Mod The Sims

Mod The Sims is a Sims online community founded by Stuart Stanfield in May 2004. MTS focuses on custom content for The Sims 2, The Sims 3 and The Sims 4, most notably game modifications. Tutorials on how to make the aforementioned modifications are hosted on the same site, along with forums devoted to game and modification help as well as general discussion; the site runs with certain modifications. Stanfield created "Mod the Singles", a forum-based site for hosting and encouraging modification of the game Singles: Flirt Up Your Life. A sister site, Sims 2 Community, appeared around July 2005; the purpose of this was to alleviate the social threads on MTS, so MTS could focus on modifying the game. However, in May 2009 MTS and Sims 2 Community were merged into one site again; this was because staff on both sites felt that the line between the two sites was blurring and disliked having to send people to the other site to have their questions answered. Due to the release of The Sims 3 in 2009, the site name was changed from ModTheSims2 to Mod The Sims, to account for custom content and other modifications for games from The Sims series.

Adult content is hosted on the MTS servers. It was in the same place as the other content offered by the site, but it was moved to a different section. After this, it was moved farther away from the main site to its own adult content exclusive site, SexySims. In order to create an account, users must be 18 years old. Registration is free, is not required to download content. All content is offered for free. By donating, the member gets more benefits on the site, including the removal of advertisements, a larger avatar, custom titles, though they lack the option to download any additional content; as well as this, Mod the Sims offers a store where customers may purchase The Sims games, though there are no additional benefits for the customer. Featured on G4TV's Attack of the Show! television program, February 9, 2006. Mentioned in Rolling Stone issue #995 March 9, 2006, PAGE 39 — with regards to modified sims based on the main characters from Brokeback Mountain. Official website Sims Wiki website

Gary Wigham

Gary Wigham is a former English cricketer. Wigham was a left-handed batsman, he was born in County Durham. Wigham played Minor counties cricket for Durham in 1991, making a single appearance in the Minor Counties Championship against Hertfordshire. Durham were granted first-class status at the end of the 1991 season. Unlike many players, Wigham was retained by the county, but went on to make just a single List A appearance against Essex in the Sunday League, he didn't bat in this match, but with the ball he took the wicket of John Stephenson for the cost of 43 runs from 8 overs. Gary Wigham at ESPNcricinfo Gary Wigham at CricketArchive