I kinda want more reasons to write python. It's a language I've always liked, but I had surprisingly little use for it.
On the other hand, maybe I should get my shell scripting-damaged mind to get to use a proper type system, where not everything is a string.
On the other other hand (yes, I have three hands), any time not everything is a string I tend to hate working with strings. Like in my 5 minutes with rust, where there was a difference between a "str" and a "string" or something?
I've heard the objective marker rant a few times now - you tend to look just at it, and there's no thought necessary anymore, remember how cool it was in $oldgame when you figured something out for yourself?
But it tends to ignore the times where you couldn't, or where you missed a thing, and it misses a call for making something _better_ than an all-knowing compass. E.g. Outcast (1999) allowed you to ask people for directions, and they'd _point_ if you were close.
Things Fabian doesn't know
One thing I've never learned is how to interpret/analyze a story/poem/whatever.
I either missed the lesson where they told us or they never did - it was always "analyze this poem", then people said a whole bunch of things that I felt obvious, and a bunch that didn't seem to be in there, and whatever I said was apparently wrong.
This was, as you may assume, quite frustrating, and makes me wary whenever someone does e.g. a marxist reading of the transformers movies.
I'm honestly kinda proud of this one because I managed to crop just the crown out of its picture via the "select similar color" tool and inverting the selection.
Probably not a banana.
I sometimes do computery things. Also I can't art.
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