"This is an expert level drill you really shouldn't attempt until you've been flying for years. But uh, we're in a bit of a rush." Voltron ep 2
* Origin: Twitter (https://twitter.com/_fox_bot/status/1029547281425395719)
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Two carrots and an onion minced. Two smoked sausages cut in half moons. A pound of ground sausage broken up. A pound and a bit of black beans (dry). Six cups plus a bit of rehydrated chicken stock. Various seasonings (a pinch of rather hot garlic powder, oregano, and other stuff). Forty minutes at high pressure starting a little bit ago.
@dmoonfire a whole country, they're ahead of the magically created people in one of my old rpg settings who after their creator died only received a handful of acres of land and managed to talk a local scholar into creating a language for them. "The humans, elves, dwarves, all the real peoples have their own language so we need one too."
Snerk! From Harry and the Ship Girls:
‘Listen, strange hats lying around in dusty old castles distributing swords is no basis for deciding who slays deadly creatures! You can’t be expected to wield a martial weapon just because some moth-eaten rag threw a sword at you!’
*trips onto the floor, spilling awoos out of my pockets onto the floor* uHH *more awoos escape* aaaaAAAWOO
maplebots all have their own secret Mastodon that runs on a little corner of @maple's consciousness
sometimes they all giggle at once and no one knows why, and it's because one of them posted a joke to maplestodon
(one of them started another instance on her own processor but everyone else immediately made accounts, and they call it "maplebots after dark" but they don't get it and they just only post there once the sun's gone down)
video games were invented in 1975 by video kojima when he tried to make a movie and accidentally added Buttons
* Origin: Twitter (https://twitter.com/_fox_bot/status/1029366034656976896)
*stumbles in and looks around before sleepily awooing*
@Miredly @ajroach42 start it off with a very basic ROM that provides a simple assembly monitor and no frills basic and have the ROM be a file the emulator loads rather than being baked in, to encourage tinkering with even that portion. (Then again my state reason for thinking it would be cool to learn 6502 assembly is to learn it well enough to write a replacement for the C64's ROM just to do so)