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    Double ads on Youtube? Wtf?

    The game in the ad in the op is actually pretty fun, I've been playing it for over a month now. AFK Arena
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    TEST Book Club - June Nominations

    I nominate "The Final Empire", the first title of the Mistborn series by Brandon Sanderson.
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    TEST Book Club - May Selection

    I haven't started on Omega Rising yet. I'm currently reading The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson and The Man In The High Castle by Philip K. Dick. I discovered Sanderson because Skyward, another of his books, was nominated a few months ago. I loved that book so much. I'm having a literary (not...
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    Tumbril Motorcycles!!!

    You spelled "pants" wrong.
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    I gots an UPGRADE!!!

    May your framerates be high and your temperatures low!
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    Well, CIG got me for more $$....

    I did absolutely nothing in preparation for the abolishing of the $0 CCUs. I didn't follow SC closely the last few months, but I trust that my past self left the fleet in a good place.
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    Two Year TESTiversary!

    Glad to have you with us, @Wolfy !
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    Happy Birthday Glorious Leader

    Happy birthday, Montoya! You don't look a day past 118!
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    The Key Ring Is Here

    Off topic, but your signature is making me trip really hard.
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    I've had one "rule" when shopping all of my life.

    Hi, Escar Limited Geoffrey!
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    Finally! (I was able to put the Ursa Rover into the Constellation in 3.5)

    You don't need to limit yourself to the 96 SCU of cargo. If you pack it tight enough, beer can fill the whole volume of the Connie and there's no danger of it falling over because there'd be no space left to fall into.
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    Wolfy's Cybersecurity Recommendations #1: Panopticlick

    What about p*rnhub?
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    What do you do for a living?

    I'm formally trained in IT (internet security and e-business economics), and I did work as a C++ programmer for a year, then as a full stack developer for another few years after finishing school. Started liking what I did less and less until decided it was not for me and one day I just quit...
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    What do you do for a living?

    Your whole post was awesome, but this bit that I quoted struck a cord with me. I never thought about it like that: the more stressful your job is, the less you can actually enjoy your time off. And that's a problem I've had for years. Thank you for this.
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