“This game is such a pile of random broken stuff it’s tough to tell the difference between when it’s malfunctioning and when it’s just being really coy.”— Shamus Young revisits No Man's Sky
When Momoko Tsugunaga joined Hello!Project, it’s hard to say whether they assigned her the role of “batshit-crazy one”, or simply recognized the part she was born to play.
Still, when she lets her hair down, I have no complaints.
This was more a challenge than a solution to some need:
#!/bin/bash while read l && read n <&3 ; do echo $n "$l" done 3< <(hexdump -v -e '/4 "%u\n"' < /dev/urandom) | sort -n | cut -d' ' -f2- exit 0
And, yes, B5 is now on Amazon Prime, and I just watched “War Without End”.
“There is no data, only
My parents are on a stuff-eliminating binge as part of their move into a new place, resulting in a number of rather surprising packages arriving at my house. Clearly I come by my packrat ways honestly.
This never-used gem turns a 14-inch wok into a tea smoker. The company still exists and still sells woks, but Google suggests that I may be the only one in the world with an honest-to-gosh Swoke Kit.
I’m pretty sure the included wood chips and tea leaves have lost their flavor since 1983, though. 😜
Once again into the NAS, selecting items of interest from a random subset of the “hc” folder! I’ll fill in more names later, but if you want to play along at home, read this entry in Chrome, right-click, and select “Search Google for Image”.
No, this collection does not include the sleek smiley cutie from the Makudonarudo song, Meu Ninomiya. Shame about that, but her gravure portfolio is rather slim. One of her movies has been subtitled and made available on Amazon Prime Video, though.
SFW, but large animated GIF.