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pfft more like exciting news for robot furries

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update: it was pretty fun but gosh they need to re-do that minimap.

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it's actually totally possible, just very implausible. technically they are implausiburgers.

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wowowow I'm gonna play this tonight ty for sharing!

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I am pretty sure most certificates across most organizations are renewed automatically.

There might be a business reason that yours are not, or it might be a legacy reason.

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Imagine if the apple you were eating for breakfast had 291 ingredients, or if the car you drove to work had 291 parts. You’d be worried, wouldn’t you?

>.>

edit: this author is funny but very very dry.

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Pictionary NES doesn't need to wait for the crack to play that sexy hacker chiptune

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if you like punchin' and kickin' boy does Square Eidos have a game in store for you!!

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The Cyrcle Phone 7 is the new flagship phone from Cyrcle, the company that revolutionized the idea of the non-rectangular phone. Fans are upset after the initial reveal, which involves a "twist" on the Cyrcle phone 5, the original "donut" phone. The Cyrcle Phone 7's twist makes it into a mobius strip design. The major issues are twofold:

only half of the mobius strip is screen, meaning you still have a top and bottom to your screen. You might as well be using a rectangle phone.

the phone still uses an old-style rigid body, meaning that part of the screen is hidden by other parts of the phone. the inaccessible portion of the screen is in the middle, rather than the top or bottom, meaning that the phone was good for 3DS emulation and not much else.

These two major design flaws crippled the Cyrcle Phone 7's launch, and the Cyrcle company did not survive the following year. Older Cyrcle phones in good condition are highly valued among fans, and only motorola has filled the niche market of "ridiculously shaped phones" with their Mootooroola line, which are universally despised for every reason.

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in five years "consumers as a product" is going to be a buzzword.

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no more "Love villainy and Satan"

now it's "One Vest"

good to know good time to change names

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Ooooh! Congrats! Are you teaching English to Adults or to Children?