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April 6th, 2009
08:25 am

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I had a nightmare* in which I dreamed that indexical uncertainty put me back in ~1994 with memories from 2009. I dreamt I experienced very weird things for two days in 2009 then found myself in 1994, as a 10-year-old, with my current memories. I also dreamt this was because of indexical uncertainty, and dreamwhen I realized I should start haxing the stock market I also realized it took me so long to figure that out that I must have the cognitive power of my 1994-self with the memories of my 2009-self, so I determined to find others with practiced brains who could best use my future-memories. Dreamthen I realized this state was inconsistent with the idea that indexical uncertainty was the cause, and woke up. That's how I remember it anyway. There were lots of other disturbing details like wondering what to tell my parents about their future-divorce.

*It's a nightmare when it wakes you up at 5 AM, regardless of any other facts.

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March 16th, 2009
04:45 pm

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Eric Borzello [10:43 AM]:
pretend you are shown a video of a drunk man making a poor decision without any context
Guy Srinivasan [10:43 AM]:
yay!
Eric Borzello [10:43 AM]:
then forced to say how bad he is
how do you do it?
Guy Srinivasan [10:43 AM]:
measure his height
Eric Borzello [10:43 AM]:
heh
Guy Srinivasan [10:44 AM]:
give a number inversely proportional to that
Eric Borzello [10:44 AM]:
not how do you actually do it, how should you do it
Guy Srinivasan [10:44 AM]:
oh
 

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November 18th, 2008
09:52 pm

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Peter: wait... what are we talking about now?
me: I think how much you love John McCain.
Right?
Or am I jumping too far ahead of the conversation.
Peter: Oh. Sure.
We made out just last night.
me: hm that's funny
he must have some sort of time travel device
Peter: he does.
me: ah okay

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October 29th, 2008
06:46 pm

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Why was Sir Lamorak so insane?
Thanks Google Translate!

Halliburton, hello,

Quote:

The question is at what Sir Lamorak occasions his ability
really can use?


I have pointed Bruno asked:

Sir Lamorak may use his ability,
- If it is because of a black discount card life points loses
- When he lost during a Quest,
- If it is against a siege engine loses the fight.

Sir Lamorak may not use his ability,
- If it is a life issue sacrifices
- During the phase of "progress of evil."

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September 24th, 2008
08:02 pm

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Obama: "There's a time for politics, and then there's a time to do what's best for the country."

(paraphrased)

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August 19th, 2008
02:33 pm

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A new record
1.8 GB working set FTW

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August 1st, 2008
03:34 pm

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Ryan Cavanaugh [3:32 PM]:
do you think Mark's inherent edge in $-based games translates to booty-based games?
Guy Srinivasan [3:33 PM]:
I translated that all wrong.

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June 2nd, 2008
06:29 pm

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‎‎Eric Borzello‎‎ [6:27 PM]:
hmm, we can collude
me and future Eric
if only past Eric weren't so lame he could get in on this action too
I know, I'll spend all of our entropy finding a way to contact him

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February 16th, 2008
01:27 pm

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Race for the Galaxy
Amazing game. A gigantic tech tree where everything stacks with everything else. No leader bashing or direct conflict at all, not even the "I take Captain so that he can't" conflict in Puerto Rico, only parasitic leeching off of everyone else's actions. I played it yesterday over 10 times. Did I mention it's quick, too? Easily under an hour for 4 new players, and it looks like not-half-asleep 2 player games could be a mere 15-20 minutes.

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February 12th, 2008
02:08 pm

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Voter Fraud
To the best of my knowledge, in Washington State precinct RED-48 3314, voter fraud changed the number of delegates from 3-1 Obama-Clinton to 4-0. Or if not voter fraud, at least duly elected-on-the-spot Tally Clerk mathematical incompetence or illiteracy changed the number. We'll see pending anyone at all figuring out what the actual vote split was for RED-48 3314.

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