If you need help remembering which one is Keanu Reeves, here's a mnemonic that can help:

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Oh hey, I got it running in a window, I just had to install a Windows XP theme for my desktop. Naturally

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I had a cursed thought: what if I tried to play Daggerfall unity on linux?

It's a little awkward, because it won't run in a window, and I don't like using the full width of my monitor for a game, but by god it works

clickbait headline 

I'm so miffed that this is somehow referring to Oasis

My coworker who quit had one of these monstrous split keyboards on his desk, and I thought I'd give it a shot because it at least has real keys instead of chiclets, but nope. Not happening. I type B with my right hand and Y with my left, and that's just the way it's going to be

While researching korobeiniki I discovered this startling fact

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battleship puzzles 

These medium puzzles are harder than any sudoku or picross I've ever played. You can't just logic your way through them, you actually have to use inductive reasoning. At first I hated them, because I was pretty much just guessing, checking to see if there were errors, and if there were, undoing my guess and trying something else. It felt like I could only solve them through brute force. But the more I try, the better I feel I'm becoming at making good guesses. It's pretty satisfying when I can get one without help

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tapes 

Here's another lot of 50 for $35, shipped. The listing says they're all recorded on, but they're all completely unlabeled. Nothing on the tapes themselves or the J-card, not even a date. Who does that?!

Probably also a church. I have all these lofty fantasies of buying a bunch of random tapes and discovering weird old local radio shows and cool music I was previously unaware of, but probably every single one of these is nothing but church tapes

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tapes 

Lot of 50 used blank (i.e. recorded on) cassette tapes on ebay for $40. It almost seems like it would be worth it just to see what's on them, like a treasure hunt; especially since the ones with visible labels have exciting titles like "hammered dulcimer" and "sunrise balloon adventure"

Except these are almost certainly Church tapes. That's the only place tapes would've been used as recently as 2013, they're shipped from Tennessee, and "sunrise" is spelled "son rise", which has to be a Jesus thing. Oh well. Hammered Dulcimer music is pretty, at least. I've heard them played, I'm sure, but I didn't know that's what they're called youtube.com/watch?v=PMPFaKpF1S

I'm having a good time with these battleship puzzles. I've managed to figure out whatever wasn't clicking for me the last time, at least so far with the "easy" puzzles. It's not as satisfying to finish one as picross, but it has the advantage of being playable on a phone without panning or zooming; 10x10 is as big as they get. No ads, only IAP is more puzzles :blobthumbsup:play.google.com/store/apps/det

Of all the moblins from all the different Zelda games they could have gone with, this is the one the wiki shows you by default

This piece really gets good at around the 2:48 mark

yelling about cats+ 

A TAN AND WHITE CAT CAME BY THE LAUNDRY ROOM

THE BLACK AND WHITE CAT WALKED UP TO IT AND THEY BOOPED NOSES

I COULDN'T TAKE A PIC FAST ENOUGH. AAAAA

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