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August 26 2023

Hearthstone Battlegrounds has this knack, it's sticky.

T-KT goes great here

Hearthstone Battlegrounds has this knack, it's sticky. Twice, you place seventh. Tough luck, you think. Two rounds straight, both no cigar. Your mind tickles towards, what's the point? A whisper of giving it up. Then, bam, you land first or second. Pride swells. A soft glow envelops you. You're hooked. You want more. You can't stop.

These fuckers at Blizzard really nailed the Gambler's Fallacy lmao.

But unlike the casino where the house always wins, no one wins (outside of useless MMR)

another Rajiv W

bramdroid/invocation.js at main · bramses/bramdroid
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added user quota logic for smart commands – all stored in a local json file!

never forget sora chopping actual buildings in half like tofu

the bot auto links books now

August 25 2023

and perhaps a discord was born?

Mulling over a comfy spot for my small projects, I had a twinkling—Discord could be it. Each bot could handle its own chore, instead of firing up a whole stack.

The good parts are clear as day:

  • It works with mobile and desktop.
  • Any user could get chummy with their own curated list of bots.
  • No need to craft baffling UIs for mainly, well, text-based tasks—like function calls or database lookups.
  • I've long since resolved that the output of p5 makes more sense as pictures or movies than code for end users—unless someone wants to sow their own seed data for an image, I can manage that with bots as well.
  • A community? I could grow one.
  • Channel-specific invites, they're a thing.
  • A stable (ish) API.
  • An app store to lure an audience—no need to don the hat of a content creator.
  • Wonky CSS, not my problem.
  • Templates for multiple bots, no sweat.

But, clouds have their silver lining:

  • Running a discord server, well, that's on me.
  • I might lock myself in a discord bot world, straying from the freedom of the open web.

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i made so many misplays this game

run a blog instead! stream of conciousness creativity!
the next napoleon will come from the world of bits, not atoms 
mark zuckerberg lore just dropped

An appeal to reason is 80% appeal, 20% reason.

Discord Bot Command Ideas


Wanna Vibe?

If you want to vibe, play the intro drums on this song and watch this monkey do his thing. It syncs perfectly!


Matt Dillon is Yuujirou

The author of the manga stated that he created Yuujirou inspired by Matsutarou Sakaguchi, the main character of Notari Matsutarou manga series. His appearance at debut was based on Matt Dillon. However, his appearance in later parts of the manga appears to take after Paul Stanley.
matt ridley yuchirio hanma 1.png
matt ridley yuchirio hanma 2.png

Just Relax Xioali


relaxing in emergency situations like holding the hand of a child while all muscles are engaged. This is Xiaoli (a relaxation technique that allows the user to absorb powerful attacks and not take damage)

…We train to change our response to instinct opening the possibility of choice


As parmesanmadness said, it doesn't exist as portrayed in the manga but you can do something that matches the description of Xiao Li. Did you know drunk drivers are more likely to survive the accidents they cause then the people they hit? Relaxation at point of impact DOES distribute force more evenly and reduce likelihood of severe injury but it only works in certain cases.
Does Xiao-Lee theoretically exist? : Grapplerbaki