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126  Other Software / Developer's Corner / Re: Ludum Dare 31: December 5th-8th, 2014 on: December 26, 2014, 06:31:21 AM
Quick lists of games without a full review:
Egg Empire
http://ludumdare.com/comp...ion=preview&uid=18798
http://www.allgamedevelop.../LudumDare/EggEmpire.html

(Just one for now! Time fo bed!)



127  Other Software / Developer's Corner / Re: Ludum Dare 31: December 5th-8th, 2014 on: December 25, 2014, 05:04:51 AM
Clutch the Crown
http://ludumdare.com/comp...ion=preview&uid=36526
https://dl.dropboxusercon.../u/115413151/ClC/ClC.html

A pleasant very simple strategy game in which you keep your position fortified and get some miners to dig the crown fastest to your side.

Miners - dig
Knights - either knock off enemy diggers, take swipes at enemy knights, or weaken their fortress.
Upgrade your keep - there is an initial cost but then you build gold faster.

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This game is Phoenix Easy. A very basic starter strategy is to let the enemy race to build a couple of miners first. Instead, you get a knight to knock them out, and build up your tower fast. Then you use the resource advantage to keep the enemy crippled for resources.

Only then you slide a couple miners here and there. You can afford to lose a couple, because you're chipping at your overall goal while the enemy can't figure out what to spend its money on.

It's a decent AI, it tries pretty well, it's just a nice pleasant game to win easily.

One of the fun little bits of LD is abusing the side bugs for funny effects. This is a funny post-win screen shot because the game actually keeps going at half level after you win.

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Update: The best strategy I found so far is to summon one miner "to nibble away at the goal" while the computer tries to race to the finish. But then you build all three levels of the energy-producing keep to accelerate, and then drill alternating a few knights and more miners of your own to dominate and win.
128  Other Software / Developer's Corner / Re: Ludum Dare 31: December 5th-8th, 2014 on: December 25, 2014, 12:36:39 AM
Wayang

A really artsy take on ancient Greek style mythological war.

NOTE:
My reviews often have "spoilers" that are designed to make seemingly brutally hard games doable. I saw this one on the Button Masher Bros Ludum Dare to Believe Season 3 Episode 8, and I noted their concerns with the clunky combat controls (and slow pacing) that I agree with.

However, in my ratings, "once you know a couple of tricks", that tends to crank down my ratings down to that funny category of "Medium-Easy". This is one of them.

First, the basics.

http://ludumdare.com/comp...ion=preview&uid=44846
http://xlash86.itch.io/wayang

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It's a fascinating concept to make it a "shadow play" with sticks and marionettes.

Tips:
- I chose this pic because it's the key one that stumped the B-Bros. Your forward block is really good, but it suddenly gets really tough to handle a two sided attack because of the loose controls. The way to do it is get good at the spawn points and then dispatch the backward threats pronto, especially since the dog is long range. Divide and Conquer. And yes, hits count. It doesn't show them - you get something like a total of nine for the game, and you need them for the boss at the end.

- Use the slow pacing in your favor. There's finite numbers of threats, not a "super-spawn". So you can take your time with the double-front attackers and hold down block until they do their strikes in the timed sequence.

- When you get to the Boss lair, it will spawn "finisher" minions behind you once it "kicks the boss sequence going" - but they aren't there earlier. But the boss will follow you when you run backward. So if you run all the way back to your home base, the spawn minions can't get past your home base to distract you. Without his flank finisher minions, the boss is a snap!

That's why it's "only" Medium-Easy. It takes a little of clever reflexes in a couple of places, but especially with that boss trick, it stops feeling brutal.

Fun little game!
129  Other Software / Developer's Corner / Re: Ludum Dare 31: December 5th-8th, 2014 on: December 24, 2014, 11:25:33 PM
Phew! It's over. I submitted my entry a little over 2 hours ago and have just returned from a celebration breakfast/dinner (breakfunner) at IHOP.

I had a bit of a harder time with this one than previous ones, but I still had a finished game by the end of it, so it's a success. If anyone wants to see the game I made, you can find it here:

http://ludumdare.com/comp...tion=preview&uid=3156

And you can browse all LD31 entries on Itch.io here:

http://ludumdare.itch.io/

Good effort.

Not sure what all the bottlenecks were.

Because of the very weak AI, this game is Phoenix Easy. With more time it wouldn't be too hard to add at least a medium level of AI.

Here's a very early-game screenshot.

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130  Other Software / Developer's Corner / Re: Ludum Dare 31: December 5th-8th, 2014 on: December 24, 2014, 11:13:14 PM
More of my LD explorations!

First up:
A Phoenix Easy hysterical parody of beginner computer users!

Escape Character
http://ludumdare.com/comp...ion=preview&uid=46572
http://toastygames.com/escchar/Web.html

Bug notes from the site:
I am so sorry if you experience difficulty clicking on things. It appears to be related to frame rate, and I did not know this since I only tested on my own machine. =( Thanks for your patience!

Web players, press Escape if you want control of your mouse back. Don't worry if you don't see it, it's still there, just invisible when over the game area.

My tip:
If it's not already easy enough, when you get to the smash-things stage, there's no AI - just pool table geometry. So there's lots of safe strategies rather than frantically jockeying in the middle of the screen.

Trivia: That clock in the bottom right seems to be actually dynamic close to realtime.

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131  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Happy Holidays! on: December 24, 2014, 06:13:07 PM

There are 57 Cody's there. I'll let the rest of y'all debate the significance of that. : )

132  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: For better security, maybe it's time to abandon e-mail? on: December 24, 2014, 12:52:39 PM
Thinking in terms of a decentralized non-logging P2P approach is a good start. It won't be totally secure since nothing really can be. But it can be made secure and difficult enough to capture that the cost-benefit ratio tilts in favor of letting something go unless dealing with a demonstrably "high value" target. At the very least it makes broad-sweep data gathering less attractive and far more costly in terms of storage and analysis. You can only raise taxes so much to fund a hopeless project. Even the U.S. military, who wrote the book on money pits, knows that. Merged with known strong encryption (if that means anything now - or will continue to mean much in the near future) makes it even more of a challenge to would be interceptors.

As far as "if people would just ______" I can only say: not gonna happen. And I'm enough an old-school computer guy that I was taught (and believe) that if it always needs to be done, a person shouldn't need to do it at all.

No-exceptions, boring, "always" is what we created machines for. Computers don't always handle exceptions well. But they're champs at mandatory and routine tasks. So lets let our software take care of the heavy lifting. Drudge work is what we originally built the little ogres for in the first place. (Who in their right mind wants to spend years of their limited lifetime calculating ballistics tables for field artillery no matter how good they are at math - or how much they enjoy it?) Let all those expensive chips we built keep busy instead of running endless NOPs when they don't have anything better to do than waste electricity and sit around waiting to be hacked.

Just my two cents for now. ("It's a 'three pipe' problem, Watson.")
 Cool

I'm a good test case. I admit I am as lazy as the rest of them, and 20% as ignorant. If you ran one of those "biased" surveys, no one very (very) few people would gleefully want all their email to be had by hackers. (Rule ___ : The minute you say no one wants X, someone in the four billion plus people online wants that, for wonderfully obscure reasons!)

So what I'd like to see for example is something like a plugin to _____ so that I log into my Yahoo mail and it looks just fine on my end, and all mail I get looks just fine, but it is somehow encrypted and all that behind the scenes, with nothing much harder than installing a Firefox/clone plugin.
133  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Every Episode Of Every 'Star Trek' Series Ever, Ranked on: December 19, 2014, 09:51:00 AM
 
Voyager isn't my favorite either, but I never understood the hate it gets. ...

 ***Edited***
...the episode where they had (quite some) ship damage and they see a Borg cube flying at them...fast! And pass by them, without even paying attention...
Then 6 or so cubes are coming in, also fast. And again, Voyager is left alone.

Not long after they see a small ship (smaller than Voyager) that is chasing the cubes. ...

Granted, I watched Voyager longer, because of an "interesting" new crew member...

If we alter your comments a bit, it provides a lot of the reasons. The Borg was THE signature mega enemy of TNG, that they spent about four seasons building up. It took everything the Federation had including traumatizing Picard for life, to ... just buy some time.

So then in one little writing stint, some random little ship *terrorizes* the Borg so badly they don't think they even have time for a nice little snack!

Then the ... "interesting" ... crew member was given an "interesting" outfit, (that almost made Jeri pass out a couple of times on set!) ... just to ... gain your eyeballs longer when you actually weren't impressed with the writing, as you just admitted.

Another example is that whole breaking the Warp 10 barrier. And one I didn't care for was that at the end they suddenly decided, again in some misc writing stroke, that warp travel is damaging space so badly that future ships are not allowed over certain limits.

Back in my Trek club in college, we all pointed the correlation to the rise of Brannon Braga.
134  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Every Episode Of Every 'Star Trek' Series Ever, Ranked on: December 19, 2014, 09:42:11 AM
DS9 was a completely different beast from the other shows because of the central role of long running story arcs.  As such, it requires more deliberate and in-sequence watching.

... And if you didn't care for where the arcs were going, it made the show hard to watch - which happened to me.

135  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Interesting "stuff" on: December 19, 2014, 09:37:55 AM

Maybe interesting concept, but looking at the sample the results look like ... uh ... the bottom half of YouTube!

136  Other Software / Developer's Corner / Re: Wordfence Hacked on: December 15, 2014, 01:30:53 AM

Naw, a lot of work for a proposed "deleted thread".

That's not a good way to do things!

137  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Decibels, loudness, amplifiers, formulas...complete confusion! on: December 09, 2014, 09:07:05 PM
...I've written books on electrical engineering.

tellme

Impressive!

Meanwhile, I'll tell the doctors in the hospital their patients' vomiting symptom can be cured by turning off the BeeGees muzak : )

138  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Do we have any musical people on DC? on: December 08, 2014, 10:42:45 PM
40 hz was saying "for those too young to know" ... but in many ways it's "two out of three IS bad". We know a name, we know a voice, because I for one raided flea markets to get tapes for 50 cents each. But there was no way to get pictures of anyone back then.

Maybe YouTube is MTV 3.0!?
139  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: silly humor - post 'em here! [warning some NSFW and adult content] on: December 08, 2014, 10:37:11 PM

What if Mother Theresa had a daughter who followed in her footsteps? Say she grew up in New York City.

She talks to her friend Alisha, who gets straight A's in English.

"How you doin' Theresa Baby?"
"I'm doing good!"
"You mean you are doing well?"
"Yes, I'm feeling quite well. But I served over five hundred people at the soup kitchen today! I'm doin' goood!"

smiley
140  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: silly humor - post 'em here! [warning some NSFW and adult content] on: December 08, 2014, 10:05:28 PM

Back to silly humor.
I just got out of my first theater show I booked and attended myself. (Checks another item off the "become a true New Yorker list!)

But now I have silly humor in my head about the word "script".

smiley
141  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Hardware - Disk Drive and/or Fan struggling and testing on: December 08, 2014, 07:05:20 AM
Fan test are simple : when the PC  is active (but hardly doing anything!) simply block the fan you suspect is making the noise for a second. if the noise stops immediately, you have the fan in need of replacement.

Turn the PC off an look how this fan is oriented and wired up (take photos if need be) and unscrew it from it's location, take the fan to a store where you can buy PC parts and ask them to get a similar one (exactly!). Put the replacement fan back (now the photos you took earlier could be of help) and activate your PC to verify it works without noise. When it does, close the case again , turn the PC back on again and pat yourself on the back for the repair job you have completed.

Computers do attract a lot of dust, so it might be a good idea to remove the dust from fans and computer parts.

It could be that the fan inside your power supply is making the noise. If the back of your power supply consist of evenly spaced holes, chances are that you have a model that has the fan on the bottom of the power supply. Get a professional to check and/or replace this fan...or spring for a new power supply. This model is usually more expensive (but worth the money!)

However, if you have a power supply that has a set of holes forming a circle on the back, than you have a model with the fan on the back. When the power supply is active, press on the metal in the center of this circle. If the noise changed or went away, it is likely this fan is giving problems. If you want to replace the fan, get a professional to do this. Usually it is easier to get a replacement as they are relatively cheap (even here in Paraguay this model (500W) costs around 10 USD).

In any case, always check/remember how all connectors are connected before you disconnect any of them. That makes it easier when reconnecting. Well, it isn't hard and most connectors are shaped in such a manner that they fit in one way only, without the use of force. Still, if you are unsure, photos can be of help.

As a general rule, if you want to use force to disconnect/reconnect anything inside a PC, you are doing it wrong!

Cloning a hard disk (bit-for-bit copy) to a different hard disk isn't difficult, but requires attention to detail. First, write down all info (brand, model, serial) of each drive you plan to use for cloning (pen and paper). Identify which is the Source hard disk and make sure you know the info of this drive by heart. The other drive will automatically be the Destination.

Doing a bit-for-bit copy means that any data that exists on the Destination will be overwritten, so back this up first, if you want to keep it!

There exist a lot of software (free/commercial) to clone a hard disk. I'm personally fond of 'Miramay HDClone', 'MiniTool Partition Wizard' and 'Eassos Partition Guru'...in that order. HDClone lets you boot from CD or pendrive, select the Source and Destination and start the cloning. Depending on the size & speeds of the hard disks and the version of HDClone you use (the free one is the slowest) this can take time. Please use the available SATA connectors on your motherboard to connect the hard disks, any other way diminishes the chance of creating a successful clone significantly.

Don't expect free software to be able to clone a bigger Source to a smaller Destination, for example a 2TByte Source (bigger) to a 1.5TByte Destination (smaller). The Source and Destination must at least be the same size or the Destination has to be bigger.

When this operation is finished, turn the PC off (completely), disconnect the Source hard disk (completely) and start your PC again. If the system boots and everything is working like you expect, it is safe to assume the cloning operation was a success. Turn off the PC again, remove the Source and keep it in a safe & dry place, preferably in an anti-static bag. This way you still have a fall-back if after a month of using the clone you are not satisfied with the clone. To be really complete, mark the Source with a label stating its purpose and why + when you took it out as a reference. Just make sure you don't cover any hole on the hard disk.
  



Hmm, thanks Shades for the effort, forgive the choppy editing as I try to parse the items.
"fan you suspect" ... Unlike the old days, and tell me if you think there's a latent bug, but SpeedFan is giving me about five fans doing various things ... (stream of consciousness, noise went away entirely for 30 seconds.)

So I'd be fine if it was one fan and you set it like 950 rpm or whatever, I think I did that once a decade ago on an ancient machine... but Speedfan is confusing me so I really don't wanna mess with stuff that gets VERY rapidly over my head!

(Post in Progress) - (I think in layers)

I removed a little dust from the top cover. About all I can do. I'm SO not a hardware guy so any suggestion of "open the casing" won't work for me!!"

(Another x-second lull of nothing. But the CPU wasn't tasked, it wasn't doing anything anyway.)

"chances are that you have a model that has the fan on the bottom of the power supply"

I have no idea what this means. There is no model. A buddy of mine built it from scratch with parts from the ground up and I vaguely even recall him explaining the heat reducing paste. I haven't been inside the case since and I don't plan to. I'm basically too much of a hazard.

(Back to a lull) No HD would fail that wildly. (Would it?!) I'm thinking fan. I just don't know much yet.

We get a little more my style here:
"Cloning a hard disk (bit-for-bit copy) to a different hard disk isn't difficult, but requires attention to detail. First, write down all info (brand, model, serial) of each drive you plan to use for cloning (pen and paper). Identify which is the Source hard disk and make sure you know the info of this drive by heart. The other drive will automatically be the Destination.

Doing a bit-for-bit copy means that any data that exists on the Destination will be overwritten, so back this up first, if you want to keep it!"

A. No pencil and paper write-downs. Tools!
B. Source and Destination are a snap ... there are only two drives!
C. Info by heart ... this one is a fair point, and it would take a little bit of care copying to merge my (older) backup with new stuff, along with a read of Programs Installed.

Then "OverWritten" is fine. ... because "We built this system ... we built this system to ..." ... uh ... have a spare drive 8 years later when the primary fails? But I'm still thinking fan. I'm trying to listen to the HD under the fan.

As to your last points, the source and destination are (supposed to be) twin drives - same size and specs. So cloning should be easy.

But ... I have grown both wary and weary of people claiming things are "easy". Put bluntly, they innocently/maliciously "forget" stuff that makes total life harder. So ... stuff. I'll stop this post here.



142  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Hardware - Disk Drive and/or Fan struggling and testing on: December 08, 2014, 06:57:47 AM
Could you better describe the unhappy noises?

A high pitched whine sort of sound ("eeeeeeee") usually means a spindle is starting to seize. That could either be a fan or a disk. Steady rattling sorts of sounds can often be a fan.

...

Either way I'd follow Mouser's suggestion and copy everything you want onto an external drive pronto. Once your stuff is in a safe place you can start to fix the problem.

You also don't need an outside tech. You can create a system restore image from within Windows along with a boot floppy or USB key. Create those and just restore your machine to a new hard drive if that's what's needed. But copy off your data first.

How about a low pitched "eeee ______ eeeeee _____ eeeee ____" that changes a bit based on unclear dynamics? I want to say I once heard this ages ago as a fan problem on another much older computer. I have tried to listen to the "disk" and I *think* it seems to just be clicking along.

External drive, check. I expect this to last past the day, so I'll get to it "almost as soon as I can".

But all that last stuff is where I get totally lost! (Blank Stare #1)! When my buddy who custom built this comp (and damn decent job!!) did it the first time, net total time that everyone underplays, was several hours installing all the fragments. I have nowhere near the knowledge to put a sys restore image on a USB (no floppy drive on this comp, fair enough), and "just restore to the new HD". I have the new HD - I planned that back in 2006. It's just sitting there on D. It was supposed to be for Win 10, but I'll back up my data and punt if I have to. But there's way too many weird wrinkles that pros/geniuses like you guys solve in minutes that would make me cry!!

 Cry

143  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Hardware - Disk Drive and/or Fan struggling and testing on: December 08, 2014, 06:50:24 AM
first two step to perform:
backup all important data to external drive.
open the case and see if you can figure out what's making the noise.

Incidentally I have been putting in little spurts of cleaning in my Apt, so I re-located my external drive. "Important" might be a bit of a trick to determine, in one sense, but not the other - I keep darn near every important non-program piece of data "above" the desktop - desktop/a/b/c/d/e/f/g or whatever. Not exactly expecting this reason, but it works, I have resisted a broad tendency of Windows programs to stuff things in to "My" this or that.

C/Documents/MyCody/Hymns of Bird Praise/ etc.

Also, I don't really think I have all that much more "important" data than the 160 Gig drive, if I really push myself to let a few huge things go. A quick test is "what can I just re-do with a memo note".

The big eater is the installed programs. (Brainstorming) I can't just blindly read "C/Progs" because the folders tend to have names like MouserSoft/ a b c

Maybe a dir read on whatever populates the Start menu? Then (with laborious work) I could re-install most of the stuff I actually cared about. (Though I'll miss the fact that it's already here.)

That's another reason I wanted to ask about a bit-bit copy and just flip drives. But right now I think I can live with a 160 Gig drive and a raw list of what used to be in Programs.
144  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Hardware - Disk Drive and/or Fan struggling and testing on: December 08, 2014, 05:01:02 AM
Okay, something is making unhappy noises, either the HD or the fan. That means I have to do something about it at something faster than a glacial pace!

 ohmy

First question.

I have twin drives - is it possible for someone like Geek Squad (or does anyone prefer Staples tech? Other?) to do a bit for bit copy of the data over, swap drives, and then swap the letters? That's the ignorant layman's guess of what "common sense" should be. After a little preventative copying, I literally have nothing at all on the second drive.

Unfortunately it's still too early for a big exploration into Windows 10. I am feeling like I need to "punt" and use my second drive if necessary. Of course, I don't think I need a second license, it's just a hardware switch, and if the other one is indeed fried, then well, "so long and thanks for all the data served for eight years!"

This will be a bit of an unruly thread, as I stumble through some of my tests, some of yours, and sometimes astound you with how fast Newbies can generate Blank Looks That Want to Make You Cry (TM).

(Though a few initial drive tests look okay, so if it's just a fan, ... get a fan! Sure!)

Edit: I'm def thinking fan, because it's back to normal. This is at least the third time I've seen this "pair", except I noted it but forgot about it last time.

I have Speedfan and CPUID HW Monitor. I do notice it seems now that the fan is behaving, the CPU temp seems to be going down.

(Edit 2 - it's back to being feisty.)

145  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: Interesting "stuff" on: December 06, 2014, 05:20:40 PM
No point organising the fridge, cupboard, suitcase, or any form of storage here - as soon as the wife gets into it any form of organisation goes out the window.

Or the bachelor version:
No point organizing my fridge. The contents consist of half a leftover pizza and a can of Pepsi!

smiley
146  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Twilight Zone Scammer Bust on: December 05, 2014, 06:26:30 AM
From the Bwahaha Dept:

I've spent a few hours having fun watching a couple of security guys doing exposes of the 3rd rate Windows support scam. (Troy Hunt and someone from MalwareBites).

They're entertaining enough, with a mostly predictable "formula".

Then this one came along. Troy Hunt again. Except this one takes a twilight zone ending. You're welcome to listen to the whole thing, but if you want to just skip to the fun part, go to time stamp 53:00. After poking about Western Union and failing at the whole credit card bit of the scam, the guy struggles to spell "Google Chrome" a few times. This part is like a prologue so you can get settled into the whole atmosphere.

Then we get to the fun stuff.

At 54:40, the guy opens ... Notepad. He types up his own "temporary form". Laughable, but so far still "in formula".

A bit past 56:00, Troy begins his wind down by typing in total junk. Notice the guy still has team viewer on, ... and isn't reading it, but rather still reading his script.

As a public service to Renny, he is advised to take a restroom visit at 58:00.

The rest is ... epic!

cheesy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3j4pGJZV4jE

Honorable Mention:
Scammers meet the Australian Outback

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WbyN8CiM2rQ


147  DonationCoder.com Software / N.A.N.Y. 2015 / Re: NANY Entry: Galaterra on: December 04, 2014, 10:47:14 PM
Pretty cool... reminds me of the inform stuff.  

Bug: If you go to the torque-wrench and enter an incorrect answer, the game is blocked.

It looks like a Next-Gen version of the Zork-type text games. Theoretically this could be an engine that could convert lots of those old games into web versions.



148  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Tips for dial-up Internet Speeds? on: December 04, 2014, 10:43:00 PM
Heh I've seen Target's pic before. : )

Kudos to App for whatever that thingie is called from Google.
Yeah, the results look a little weird, but I can see that could be useful in a pinch not for just slow internet speeds, but maybe for a few of the sites that have gone too script heavy.

(Those sliders and other things are getting worse. You saw Wikipedia's grow like a tribble!! Increasing numbers of other sites CHEER IF YOU LIKE DONATION CODER! are really determined not to have you actually read their content!)

149  Main Area and Open Discussion / General Software Discussion / Re: Tips for dial-up Internet Speeds? on: December 03, 2014, 11:18:14 AM
There are people who don't block ads ...

 Grin yeah, had that one covered (thanks Ren) and flashblock too.

And then there's this thing, listed full size in all its pain!

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150  Main Area and Open Discussion / Living Room / Re: A stoned guy renamed some of his favorite items while high... on: December 01, 2014, 10:42:40 PM

Pork Fried Lice had me and maybe my cousin I haven't seen for 20 years ClingingToTheCountertopInLaughter (CTTCIL). For easily an hour. Without even help from chemicals. Prob it was more like 4AM zombie-tired.

Good times!

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