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just saw a keysmash and spent way too long trying to parse it into words

ok so homestuck introduces people to basic data structures (ie computer nonsense) fairly early on and there's a very high rate of computer nonsense these days - is homestuck to blame?

huh someone put "vriska minecraft" into dall-e. all the results are definitely trolls in Minecraft but none of them are vriska. one is sort of terezi though which is interesting

woman finds one weird trick to profit from her visually busy flag. vexillologists hate her!

baffled by the number of people saying "the progress flag isn't copyrighted, look at this page where the creator sells commercial licenses!"

why is my life so hard. i turned off a light switch to go to bed only to learn there was ANOTHER light switch i had to MOVE to turn off

does real baseball have a talking pile of crates say "Fall Guys Among Us"

I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you're referring to as Minetest, is in fact, Game/Minetest, or as I've recently taken to calling it, Game plus Minetest. Minetest is not a game unto itself, but rather another free component of a fully functioning voxel game made useful by the game code, assets and mods comprising a full voxel game as defined by users. Many computer users run a modified version of the Minetest games every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of those games which is widely played today is often called “Minetest,” and many of its users are not aware that it is basically the game itself, developed by the game's developers. There really is a Minetest, and these people are using it, but it is just a part of the voxel game they play.

i just realized carcinoGeneticist is a pun on carcinogen and not just using carcino- as a prefix

ppl with vriska pfps are automatically trustworthy

@monorail I crashed blanketcon.modfest.net/ by trying to set my size to 1000x and someone mentioned you lmao

that tfw when the threat is
the threat is persistent and advanced

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