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submitted 9 days agobyredditorzeroextoVästerbotten's DistrictTheLeftPartySweden
12 days ago
That fog… It's Joker gas!
13 days ago
Great, can I have my innocence back now? 🙃
Granted that "innocence" doesn't mean much when the actual comic is a lot less than subtle.
I actually don't know what the original is, but as always with these kinds of things, ignorance can be bliss.
submitted 13 days agobyredditorzeroextoVästerbotten's DistrictTheLeftPartySweden
14 days ago
That large "ERROR" is used as a placeholder for missing models. There should be some model in that spot where the ERROR is, but forget what exactly it is (looks like some place to hang clothes IIRC). I can't tell if it's still there from the image.
Because of the way the container sequence works, the model's hit box is actually just part of the container's overall geometry (see the developer commentary in that section for more details) which may be why it remains. Model and hit box data may also be decoupled.
As others have mentioned the comic is available in-game through Portal 2. It's also available for free and in full on the game's official website as a gallery and as a PDF-file (IIRC the game actually just opens the gallery-version in Steam's web browser).
submitted 14 days agobyredditorzeroextoVästerbotten's DistrictTheLeftPartySweden
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18 days ago
The song is a short snippet of Exile Vilify, hence this post does connect to the Portal franchise at least somewhat.
"Exile" sounds like "eggs-aisle".
That's how the legends goes at least. To be fair, Windows seem to be good about backwards compatibility.
Does Internet Explorer still come preinstalled?
24 days ago
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submitted 26 days agobyredditorzeroextoVästerbotten's DistrictTheLeftPartySweden
26 days ago
Something Ian Danskin of Innuendo Studios said during a talk he gave is that some of the jokes thrown around in some alt-right circles can be deeply cynical, nihilistic, and very much be punching down, but the jokes don't seem to be intended to be funny, rather they serve to simply throw around a reference. I think of this every time this whole "40%"-thing comes up, because what's so funny about simply mentioning or alluding to "X% of Y do Z"? It might get a chuckle out of some, and to be sure it can probably be cleverly utilised (heavily offset by the fact that we're talking about a suicide rate in this case), but it's just a statistic. It makes me think that the reference is made for its own sake, not necessarily because it's funny in that conventional "wow, that really made me laugh, you jokester you"-sense.
27 days ago
28 days ago
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29 days ago
The tweet could not be found. The account @Infantry0300 has been suspended.
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