Or . . . You can't fool me, there ain't no sanity clause.
This appeared over at Slashdot. Effectively, they've has gotten a patent for a sanity-loss mechanism in a video game, something that been used in RPGs for decades. I'm going to stand over here and watch Mystical Forest's head explode as two of his favorite subjects - Call of Cthulhu and computer tech, collide in a squamous, foetid, rugtose heap.
On the other hand, you want some good military news? Have some here. I always knew Canlis was a class act, top to bottom.
Why use “yet” in this phrase? - I saw a billboard the other day advertising the House on the Rock. If you’ve been there, you know what it’s like. If you haven’t, perhaps you’ll make plans...
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