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bunnies wrote

oh right, I didn't realize that 3D world is actually a 3D game lol. your whole vision makes a lot more sense now. :P

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bunnies wrote

I think it comes down to the level editor. Can they make one where it's possible to create a good 3d level with a reasonable amount of effort? It's going to be tough, especially with the input possibilities on the switch.

My money's on SMB2 DLC, but with way more cool blocks and stuff compared to the original game.

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bunnies wrote

I love "The Minister for Human Resources" being challenged by "the Socialist Alliance Party" in "the Uber Room of Government Buildings". It's very 2019.

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bunnies wrote

Yes, a fraction is a rational number.

Is this actually true? 1/(2*pi) seems like a perfectly reasonable fraction to me. My intuitive feeling is that a fraction is just one quantity divided by another quantity, no matter the set membership.

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bunnies wrote

I'm pretty curious about whether it's could be illegal to try to hack your own computer in the cloud. I wonder if there's a precedent.

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bunnies wrote

In the acceptable use policy, they write

Vulnerability Testing

You may not attempt to probe, scan, penetrate or test the vulnerability of a Linode system or network, or to breach the Linode security or authentication measures, whether by passive or intrusive techniques, without Linode's express written consent. If you are a Linode customer and need to perform a penetration test, let us know beforehand by emailing support@linode.com.

Probably best to start there.

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bunnies wrote (edited )

Lloyd & Rose Buck Bird Specialists and Handlers

Well that's a 2010's indie band name if I ever saw one.

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bunnies wrote

And to think, all those years wasted, dreaming of flying cars. We were so young...

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bunnies wrote

Kind of interesting to think about how old my parents were when each of these movies came out.

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bunnies wrote

And it's not just up, it has a "Shoe Lacing Photo of the Week", and an updated "Shoelaces As Seen In The News". Incredible! :O

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bunnies wrote

Jenny Nicholson is the best. The segment about Cars Land from this video is an absolute classic.

She also did a video series called "Millenial Falcon" on another channel where she interviews people about Star Wars and turns the rudeish deadpan up to 11, and it's great.

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bunnies wrote

I would like that!

  • first name: Bunnies
  • last name: President
  • nick name: bunnies
  • male/female: male
  • preferred class: Bard
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bunnies wrote

I found myself in a similar situation a while back. After reading some reviews, I decided to buy a new PS4 controller, and I'm pretty happy with it. Feels very solid, good d-pad, you can use a micro-usb cord (not included) or bluetooth (if the computer supports it). Getting it to work in Linux was as easy as plugging it in.

As for downsides, the micro-usb connection doesn't feel quite as robust as one would like for a controller imo, compared to just having the cord sticking out or maybe an usb-c port. But I doubt it will become a problem in practice.

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bunnies wrote

Nice comment!

And not to get all nostalgic and weird and shit, but I have enjoyed reading your posts and comments over the years :-)

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bunnies wrote

The world's first Secure and Trustless Decentralized Ponzi scheme

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bunnies wrote

Better quality version with goodbye's

Nu kan vi ikke flere    |    We don't know any more [songs] now
tak for i aften         |    thank you for tonight

He sure chose an epitaph, jesus christ...

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bunnies wrote

We believed that we would "stay with it". We would never become our parents, we would always "get it". We thrived in the weirdest corners of early 2000s internet, nothing could phase us.

Everything changed when the fire nation attacked.

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bunnies wrote

I was curious enough that I decided to check it myself. Here are the total counts of punctuation marks in the plain project gutenberg text: https://i.imgur.com/EEblCqU.png

The em dash was represented as two characters (--) so I didn't include it (would have been like 5 minutes more of work), sorry hoppet.

Wasn't really as extreme as I thought, but the semicolon/period ratio does seem to be higher than in all the other analyzed books. The period/comma ratio is also quite interesting to compare.