@violet do you think they were like "aw crap it's sixty eight megabytes. ADD SOME GARBAGE DATA"

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@medic I just want to see the terrorists plant a bomb and then immediately be flattened by Bowser's kart before the Counter-Terrorists even find them.

@comradetaylorswift Imagine a competitive Counter-Strike match in GTA multiplayer and that's basically it.

Video game idea: Counter-Strike and Mario Kart in the same server on the same map.

Video game idea prompt: Player 1 is playing Pokémon and player 2 is playing [insert name of game that includes 1-on-1 combat]

Currently having an argument in on Freenode over whether TAS timing should start when you install Windows or when you order your PC or when the game is announced at E3.

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HELL yeah, time to cash the FUCK out, I hope you losers are ready for a continuous stream of nothing but Arby's™ :promoted: Promoted content on this website from now on!!!!

WE'VE REACHED THE BIG LEAGUES FOLKS, BRING ON THE BRANDS,

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Alright, we're up to ten minutes now. Somehow even though I restarted the TAS so that I could save a bunch of frames at the start of Deltarune, Undertale is now much further ahead.

CW: Undertale/Deltarune spoilers

files.lubar.me/toby-tas-18000.

Alright, we're up to ten minutes now. Somehow even though I restarted the TAS so that I could save a bunch of frames at the start of Deltarune, Undertale is now much further ahead.

CW: Undertale/Deltarune spoilers

files.lubar.me/toby-tas-18000.

@junkenstein last time I saw an account with a black icon and an edgy name Toby Fox asked me to take a survey

@Gargron it worked for mine just fine.

It has rel="noopener", which means "don't let the other window talk to my window", but I'm pretty sure it at least sent a referrer header of some kind.

@kevinwhipwrecked @alana yeah, TOR is gonna add a LOT of latency to your connection because it's being bounced around with about four times as many servers involved as you'd normally have for a direct connection.

@alana if you're okay with the domain names you're accessing being visible to the ISP, just using TLS (https) should be enough.

If I wanted to avoid even that being visible to my ISP, I'd wrap the connection in TOR (although the domain name would still be visible to the exit node)

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@hirnbrot @sireebob computer science papers written in LaTeX are also generally terrible if they include source code.

[to a room full of people who were not talking about speedrunning]

Speaking of speedrunning, watching this SGDQ speedrun is self care: youtube.com/watch?v=DSkrK0-EIV

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