the automatic web log
URL search:

* <-- Exhibit B
* <-- Exhibit A
* <-- yeesh, most of the article is dedicated to detailing who owned them at what point in history
* <-- at least the image built correctly
* <-- high on the list of things I should have checked beforehand...
* <-- it's unnerving how much she sounds like a human (specifically, her keeper)
* <-- remember knife sculpture guy?
* <-- fo0bar, is this how your 3d printer works?
* <-- huh
* <-- there's something incredibly satisflying about taking a bunch of gzip files and "recompressing" them with no compression, to save space
* <-- Octal
* <-- I would make an Overcompensating reference here, but I'm just too frustrated
* <-- sorry Octal, I had to one-up your reply
* <-- was very worried for a bit until I realized what I was looking at
* <-- my new headcanon
* <-- fedex has invented a new way to prevent a package from accidentally arriving in a reasonable time
* <-- I'm getting the same vibe here
* <-- hi.
* <-- for example, these are the multiplayer instructions.
* <-- speaking of games, I've been playing this on the switch. It's like poetry in a game.
* <-- good news, everybody! Microsoft is allowing paravirtualised Windows GPU drivers to be used from Linux!
* <-- mushroom mushroom

dumont, master of the io tower clickolinko was created by Neale Pickett, who was too modest to credit himself.
Sean Neakums, who butchered clickolinko after installing it on flynn, does not suffer from that problem.
Props to the usual gang of idiots for ideas, suggestions, testing and shouting.