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Creamed Corn Magician

this is my toy width. THIS IS MY REAL WIDTH.

Have you made any backups lately?

@LogalDeveloper My friends and I are so *nix obsessed, we use M4 for our blogs and such. No lie.

lmao the naïve interpreter for today's AoC is /still/ going

going to bed instead of waiting for AoC because it'd be 1 AM and programming when my brain's half off is not a good idea

Hi Fediverse, you have to check out this game. It's the most innovative shooter I've played in years.

it's called "O Tanenbaum" because it's about the Christmastime debate about microkernels

So Taco Bell has fries in Japan too! Americans, get on our level

@calvin Right? It's like... every native speaker makes stupid mistakes 'cause that's just how we speak it. The way English is taught and the way English is spoken are really different.

About all I can find on SECAM is the French developed it because they wanted a standard not made in Germany like PAL was, and the Eastern bloc adopted it so nobody could get PAL transmissions from the West.

turns out sending him some damn money through paypal was a lot easier

Listening to Brian Eno's Music for Airports
At the airport?

My life goals are falling like dominoes

"Purchasing gifts via credit/debit card, PayPal and Wallet is not yet enabled on this account. These security measures are automatically lifted three months after completing purchases worth $10 / €7.99 / £7.99 / A$12.99 / 599 RUB / 63 DKK / 79 NOK / 81 SEK / 35.99 PLN / C$12.99 / 9.99 CHF / R$30.99 in total. "

fuck off GOG, after I bought games with CC a few months ago, I seriously can't believe the idiocy. maybe I'll just send the damn money with PayPal.

serious Valve, tell me what fucking games I can't buy for Americans

"Due to regional price differences, the gift you are trying to send cannot be sent to the recipient's region."

please fuck off Valve

LRT: list of all games made with that engine: On the one hand it's very basic (Wolf3D style) tech and all those games I've seen are pretty stinky. On the other hand it's cool there was a cheap 3D engine with a built-in sprite tool and reasonable (no royalties) dev terms. The games all have a certain endearing junkiness to them.