The thing is... If you bonk everyone on the head there is no one to report the bonkings.
So just walk into a room and bonk everyone, seems to be the thing.
What I'm listening to today ("best techno on Youtube" 12/13): "Oscillation", Jeanie
Modular synthesizers are usually about sculpting single finely tuned timbres, and YouTube synth videos are often just to show off one single sound or groove. It's kinda rare to see anything with conventional song structure. Which is fine! But then here's a complete, compelling pop song, with singing!— very good singing!— based around modular synths and a Buchla easel, and it's *amazing*.
Unfortunately the save system is buggy as fuck due to the needing to be online thing, and it def seems like it's meant to be played with savescumming, so... I dunno how much I can put up with.
MNT Pocket Reform is coming!
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Ana Dantas returned for industrial design. The snazzy 3D art was done by Philipp Broemme. Illustrations by Anri Hennies.
given that opinion polling shows that the majority of people in this country actually tend to come down on the good/humane side of questions posed to them about stuff like abortion, why don't we just pack the court up to a reasonable sample size of the populace? the constitution says nothing of how many seats there are supposed to be so,
I dunno I figure a million should cut it? like basically 1 out of every 300 Americans should be on the supreme court.
semi-related to my prior toot: I do not like vscode very much. Does anyone have recommendations for a different #lua editor? I mostly just want something that has formatting, is good at organizing a bunch of open files at once, and isn't trying to be too weird with the UI. Extra points if it's built for editing lua, has linting, and/or has a debugger? I basically just want whatever the Lua equiv to Dr Racket is
sorry, visual illustration
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