"It is the innocence that constitutes the crime"

good shit

Most people think pencil is for rough work and pen is for the final product but they've got it all wrong
If you write with a pencil, all mistakes are correctable. Any mistake you make had no excuse continuing its existence when you can erase it. There is immense pressure to create a perfect document when you have the ability to undo all errors. But a pen? If you make a mistake with a pen, you can only cross it out. And it happens. Mistakes happen, and when it happens once, there is no longer the pressure to write perfectly. You have been freed from the lofty expectations, come crashing down onto a soft bed of strikethroughs and ink blots. Writing in pen is a release into the wonderful chaos of life, and writing in pencil is to submit to the shackles of paper-based tyranny

@a_breakin_glass

History time...

After Tramiel was booted from Commodore, he purchased the Atari Computer wing of the bankrupt Atari giant.

A lot of the C64 team ended up working on the ST project!

Also, a lot of the Amiga team worked at Atari before jumping ship, with the enticement of a better contract.

which spelling is better

thermonuclear war is a valid answer to almost any question whatsoever :^)

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