The proto-Internet warned us what it was going to do

They're on the table right where you left them! Why do you always have to make everything into such a drama

archive.org/details/Keys_to_Ma

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How was Andrew Lloyd Webber to know that the French would take a Paris opening of Phantom of the Opera so... personally?

archive.org/details/d64_Theatr

We posted all our thoughts on 80s lifestyle to 'blags', on the 'interwob', as was the fashion of the day

archive.org/details/Blagger_19

Look, it's simple. You just wget the Python installer which grabs the package manager which spins up a Docker which launches an Amazon host which runs your Node.js which prepopulates the content distribution system which does a few quick github calls and

if you needed a 'user interface', you'd be over in web DESIGN

archive.org/details/d64_Ultima

@natecull ooh, this one I played a ton. Was a bit hard without manual, but I think I sometimes air of won. That was really neat game.

@natecull My favorite Ultima is II, came with a cloth map, plot based on Time Bandits. So goddamned great. Humorless people weren't so happy with the modern era's jokes, but they can't be happy with anything.

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