when I first ran D&D, my grandmother, who had bought fully into the IT'S SATANISM hype, insisted on sitting and watching the first session

about an hour in, she threw her hands up and yelled 'THIS IS JUST MATH' and stormed off

Here’s a helpful flow chart for deciding whether to notify your entire company

@stevestreza a really nice synth. I have one and it’s really fun to play with.

@chartier I accidentally threw my X at a subway in NYC. Only a few small dinks on it, no shatter screen or back glass.

"He took a potion, though."
"Oh, so he's a Pokémon trainer!"

Bard/Blood Hunter: "I need you to use protection, the battlefield is no place for a pregnant woman."
Paladin: "Did someone say protection?"

📝 A few years ago we wrote down our company’s values. Today, we explain why you should too. Read the new blog post here:

blog.lickability.com/the-value

I’ve rolled three natural 1s in this encounter. After the most recent one, I jokingly rage quit from the Discord call. Apparently, I rolled another natural 1 for that.

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@stevestreza for sure. I think I’ve been able to stave off some of it by buying full synths that can send/receive CV, but I did buy some cases a while ago that are sitting empty and are somewhat taunting me. I may not be able to resist for much longer.

“And now it’s Uller’s turn.”
...
“Oh, right I’m playing Uller!”

@dzombak ah, but GraphQL isn’t a local ORM. I guess I want something kinda like that, though? Will have to spend some time experimenting.

@pcperini more that none of the ones I’ve used have been very Swifty. I want to use value types to get a handle on immutability, with Codable as the primary way of integrating with the ORM.

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