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i say "pathetic creature of meat and bone" and "perfect, immortal machine" a lot for someone who's never played system shock

but every time i do, i make this exact point

so really, i say "i say [...] a lot for someone who's never played system shock" a lot for someone who always says "pathetic creature of meat and bone" and "perfect, immortal machine"

@monorail In conclusion, you say "i say [...] a lot for someone who [...]" a lot for someone who sometimes doesn't say "i say [...] a lot for someone who [...]".

@monorail would more lisp syntax help? Indentation with non-breaking spaces?

@monorail
In conclusion,
you say
"i say [...] a lot for someone who [...]"
 a lot for someone who
 sometimes doesn't say
"i say [...] a lot for someone who [...]".

@monorail the two genders: a pathetic creature of meat and bone and a perfect immortal machine

@behold3r @monorail don't worry, though, if neither describes you; we're workshopping a third gender:

a miserable pile of secrets

@InspectorCaracal @monorail @behold3r HAVE AT YOU! i yell as i assign cal his true gender, after throwing my glass of red wine on the floor and waiting for the roomba to come get it

@InspectorCaracal @wigglytuffitout @monorail @behold3r
*tries to imagine Dracula with a normal vacuum cleaner*
Oh, yeah, makes sense, thanks.

@monorail We should do a kofi to get you a copy of System Shock 2

@InspectorCaracal @monorail No, she could say the much better "i say "pathetic creature of meat and bone" and "perfect, immortal machine" a perfectly normal amount for someone who has played System Shock 2"

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