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"Not even my grandson?"
Hmm, what an oddly specific question! I wonder what Harley isn't letting on to the disembodied voice of Oak. It certainly doesn't seem like there's much love lost between Harley and Suzuki. Maybe her secret motive is just to prove she's better than him.
Hello! I haven't been on here for a few years, but browsing through threads I still see quite a few people I recognize. : )
Since last time I was here, the most interesting thing that's happened in my life is that I broke into the video game industry, so now I do game programming for a...
It's been three thousand years almost five years, actually. I have a new page for you today and a couple more pages that should be up in the next couple weeks.
Since it's been a while, you'll probably want to start with the previous page for context.
Page 70 (for context): Mudbert
Detergent: An unpleasantly scented spray used to repel unwanted advances by male suitors. I noticed a lot of young men inching closer to me at the ball, so I excused myself to re-apply my detergent.
Please define: antiquarian
Hold on a sec, I'm going to consult "myself", OK?
Comma instead of semicolon, different quote style, and wrong spelling of "okay"... I clearly need to read more carefully.
The CAS instruction allows us to detect data races, by comparing the value that's actually in the memory location at the...
Night Vale! That's where it's at. And by "it", I mean "sentient flesh-eating mist". Run.
I recall that the Welcome to Night Vale novel is also a very good book to read if you want to learn about how pawn shops work.
Now I'm reading The Life of an Unknown by Alain Corbin. It's a sort of a curious experimental work of history -- a biography about a shoe-maker from 19th-century France about whom almost no records or information has been left behind. So instead of actually being about its subject, it's more...