@abarker Given your arguments I don't find either of you or @heterodox suspicious. My reading of day 2 is this:
You accuse me to get some kind of conversation going
heterodox doesn't like your arguments against me and votes for you
You change your suspicion to heterodox and accuse him of a chainsaw defense
You two snipe at each other
All of this just reads as people desperately trying to find someone guilty. Ignoring the above chain of events there isn't much to go on.
I'm in San Francisco this week, attending Microsoft's Build developer conference, as a sponsored guest of Microsoft.That's perhaps a bit odd for me, as I hadn't used Windows in nearly 16 years. But that changed a few months ago, as I embarked on ...
sudo apt-get update -windows-update?
From the same blog post:
With UUP, we now have logic in the client that can automatically fallback to what we call a “canonical” build
Alanus nods in agreement with Zabrock and Edwin before speaking, "Indeed... I would tend to agree with not leaving her with them. Possible we could follow their path to said village from a distance, but... leave her with them? I imagine not... Anyway... right... how many watches do we need?"
Couldn't find Zana in a map after trying and trying. So I started that scorching ray character, and beat the oversoul. Currently using Tabula Rasa. Looks like firestorm is a bad skill for CWC, so I'm considering what to use. I'd love to use Raging Spirits, but Arc would be amazing too.
In any case: Scorching Ray is awesome and incredibly fun. Stacking cast speed is easy, and your damage gets noticeably better. Plus, spinning is fun!
Last night's dream involved a locker room bathroom with a defective toilet that flushed so violently it would lob about a cup's worth of water across the room, conveniently hitting at about head-height at a urinal on the other wall.
Not necessarily intuitive, and as with R it depends pretty much on how your input data is formatted, but once you've decided what you want it to do (and how and with what), you don't need it to be that intuitive anymore.
@OffByOne More like someone rediscovered Buddhism, again. Happens from time to time, under names such as Gnosticism, Sufiism, 'Satanism', or any of several other things. Philip K. Dick had basically the same the same experience, but had enough sense to stick to writing novels about Black Iron Prison rather than trying to find converts.
You apparently know nothing about Buddhism, sorry guy.
"Don't mess up or it's my ass in that sling too." Solras, Carrier of the Bratty Fennec, Survivor of the Ambush of the Grass Golems, Daughter of Umdor, Son of Gimrigg, Son of Rangrom who slew the dreaded Balrog of Tydren's Keep grumbles, grabbing a length rope from the common supplies in the cart. "Okay then. Who's going to find the rocks that Stealthy McCat wanted?"