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Wheatley wrote:
She's here! Nobody move. I remember somewhere she can't see you if you don't move, I saw it in a movie once.

Mmm, yeah, ok. Sure. Go with that.


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Limeylongears wrote:
Captain Yesterday, FaWtL 6 News wrote:
Oh s+!~, he made a f*@$ing swear! M!!!@@@@$@@@, I didn't expect that!!

Blinking heck!

EDIT: Wouldn't it be good if the profanity filter replaced one's bad language with suitably bland, euphemistic cusses?

Ah, the Johnny Dangerously algorithm.


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This is exactly why I keep my mind backed up via a RAID of potatoes.


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Aberzombie wrote:
This is why I always liked Gary. He's willing to tempt the creation of a rogue AI, just to entertain us.

If I was creating a rogue AI, I'd be weaponizing it to eat spambots. Or to find the Amulet of Yendor.


RHMG Animator wrote:
The Computer wrote:
Rysky wrote:
What, no! There's nothing to blame Katina for (and even if there was you would still need to Blame Cosmo), she's just bubbly and infectious.
I AM ALSO BUBBLY AND INFECTIOUS BUT NOT IN THE PLEASANT WAY.
Let me guess, your running Windows 10....

Nope. Microsoft Bob.


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Keep. Summer. Safe.


SunstonePhoenix wrote:

Words cannot describe how much I hate the name policy. A place I work at makes a Facebook profile mandatory, and even having my name out there without attachment to a photograph or phone number makes me squirm.

I just don't like being tracked by people I don't even know the name of, when they can learn quite a bit about me.

*shivers*

With how surveillance in America is going, I guess I should get used to it...

Hmmm, maybe it's time to start up a business creating and maintaining Facebook profiles, all perfectly sanitized and completely inoffensive should an employer, or landlord, or loan officer do a drive-by Googling?


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Lord Mhoram wrote:
Cthulhudrew wrote:
Will there be Black Blood?
"you mean oil?"

I'm a little concerned about what will happen if you start giving it to your Tachikoma though.


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UnArcaneElection wrote:

^New AI God . . . Does this have Harlan Ellison's voice?

I think Paizo's own Ivanova should be very strongly considered for the voiceover.

Likewise, Rubit Chris should voice any Tachikoma-like robots/AIs.


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Oh god. Whyyyyy.

Everything you type from now on I will mentally hear in this voice.


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Gisher wrote:
Ventnor wrote:
I will not answer any questions in this thread.

Will you answer any questions in this thread?

Oh, I see that you already answered that question.

Your Kirk-ian mind tricks have no power here, Gishdalf the Gold(-shirted).


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Liz Courts wrote:

Christopher: "Why don't you f!*!ing go to [redacted]?" Why, indeed, wise app. Why, indeed.

Me: Truly an oracle for our times.

(An android oracle archetype would totally fit in Wayfinder #16 if anyone's interested.)


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Orthos wrote:
TOZ wrote:
What's a cylon?
It's what people in some parts of the world call tornadoes.

"They have the proper amount of suction." - James Dyson, probable Cylon.


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Lissa Guillet wrote:
OK. So everything is restarted. Because of the nature of this problem and the fact that it broke a lot of things, please let us know if you see something that was broken and still isn't fixed. We'll be watching the site closely for weirdness. Thanks for your patience every one.

Many Shuvs Loafs and Zuuls Crums knew what it was to be roasted in the depths of the Slor Server that day, I can tell you!


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Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: "Encryption" [03/13/2016] (some NSFW language)


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In all seriousness, I'm going to guess it's actually a setting bible for Golarion, and working with Obsidian for some type of CRPG (not the card game, an actual CRPG).


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Nutcase Entertainment wrote:
Or Cosmo is back to making Evil AI. or both.

I blame Cosmo for Black Mesa thinking an Idaho-sized Beowulf cluster of potatoes would be a good idea.


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Krensky wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:
Ok, someone needs to explain the joke/point/.... whatever

It's a Grand Magus thread. The point os for them to come up with some silly, contrived 'problem' so you feel dumb and they can insult public education.

In other words:

It's an Akbar trap!

I continue to suspect Tensor/Grand Magus is a semi-autonomous knowbot that keeps popping in here to say "Psst... hey... What did you get for question #4?".

Dude, this is what happens when spend all night partying instead of studying for your Turing test.


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Terquem wrote:
I am going to wait patiently until the day I get to see Chris Pine talk a computer to death.

It's NuTrek, so it'll have to be sexy computer.


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Shush, you're going to wake up SHODAN.


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Zombieneighbours wrote:
Jacob Kellogg wrote:
Isaac V wrote:
Did anyone notice that the site didn't go down at any point? This was a triumph!
I'm making a note here: "huge success".
It's hard to overstate my satisfaction.

At Paizo Science: We do what we must because we can.


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The bug may also be crazy too.


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Google, Demon Queen of Spiders wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Google, Demon Queen of Spiders wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Oh I get it! It's GOOGLE'S FAULT! ;P
HEY!! Don't blame me for this!
Well, if your bots were smarter and wasn't falling to such tricks...
*grumble mutter stupid lousy behind on updates gripe growl snarl*

You should delegate responsibility. Pick some random software engineer working for you and make him responsible. :)


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:\> It is dark. You are likely to be eaten by an argue.

:\> _


Misroi wrote:
So, how long before the Pathfinder AI goes all SHODAN on us, Mark?

Too late, SHODAN already assimilated the gninja.


Quote:
The Two States of Every Programmer

0: Caffeinated

1: Sleeping

Programmers with experience in quantum computing experience some overlap between these two states.


I can't wait for Half-Life 3 to be announced!


PIXIE DUST wrote:

Sadly you cannot has the cake though...

GlaDOS beat you to it...

It was so moist...

I'm so glad you liked it. I got the recipe from SHODAN.


Treppa wrote:

OLADOOOOOOOOOOOOON!

*shakes fist*

{cues "audience" canned laughter}


Jason Lillis wrote:
Thank you, Editors, for the System Shock shout out in this week's store newsletter! :)

I suspect that was the gninja's doing.


Well, if they can tell what you're typing using accelerometers, I assume it's only a matter of time before they can use them to determine what you're signing.

{goes back to perusing "Lipreading for A.I.s" by H. Al Chandra}


Scythia wrote:

A summoner that builds a clockwork servant (construct) instead of a 'build your own' outsider.

I have plans to make one myself for home games, but it would be nice if they saved me the trouble. :P

SKR was nice enough to save you the trouble.


There's a moist delicious cake for everyone in the breakroom.


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Bill Lumberg wrote:
Everthing is fine.

{intercom:} We're sending a squad up.


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yellowdingo wrote:
SLAaDOS wrote:
{background voiceover:} "A new life awaits you in the Off-world colonies! A chance to begin again in a golden land of opportunity and adventure!"
Built in north America...doublefacepalm

OK, we can do North America...

{background voiceover:} "America is a capitalistic wasteland. Within it lies a city. Outside the boundary walls, a socialist desert. A cursed earth. Inside the walls, a cursed city, stretching from Boston to Washington D.C. An unbroken concrete landscape. 800 million people living in the ruin of the old world and the mega structures of the new one. Mega blocks. Mega highways. Mega Dingo One."


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{background voiceover:} "A new life awaits you in the Off-world colonies! A chance to begin again in a golden land of opportunity and adventure!"


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Liz Courts wrote:

Erik: Dunno, shooting someone with a grapple spike launcher and then using my jetpack to slam people into things sounds pretty great.

Katina Psh, Vader could probably do that too. He can do whatever he wants.
Erik: With his mind.
Katina: HE'S DARTH F#$@ING VADER.

{fires up Steam, searches under Coffee Stain Studios for new Erik Simulator game}


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Tels wrote:
Cybe-Cleric of Shelyn - Digital Love

Until I clicked it, I instead thought was going to be this.


I'm 1/8th spider on little Caroline's side.


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{somewhere, in the bowels of the Internet, an AI whispers:} Crap, he almost figured out we're filming Freehold in The Woods II: The Legend of Whedon's Gold.


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Freehold DM wrote:
LordSynos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Freehold. What, no pics for me?
You got it!
Oh! Oh! Me too! :D
Oh boy. I gotta learn how to dropbox better. Give me a few, friend.

There are other, faster, easier ways. Come, join us. I've even made a special cake, just for you.


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Ross Byers wrote:
Neongelion wrote:
What I'd like are AI that are perfectly sane yet still be villains.
Rational, maybe, if not sane. Have you heard of the Paperclip machine?

It looks like you are trying to loot the Silver Mount. Can I help you with that?

* No, you'll just send more robots to kill us.
* No, you'll just send another grove of vegepygmies to kill us.
* No, and forget your stupid plan to trap an Iron God in a soul potato.


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Hitdice wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
yellowdingo wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
Jupiter is NOT a Dyson sphere. It is not a shell surrounding the sun.
Doesnt need a sun.
Needs a sun. The idea behind it is to collect every bit of the sun's energy. A planetary shell around a gas giant, used for habitation, is not a Dyson sphere.
Plus, it's gonna be really dark in there . . .

You are standing in persistent anticyclonic storm, 22° south of the equator, on the gas giant of a sunless Dyngoson sphere. There is a small delicious cake here.

It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.

>_


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The Friendly Lich wrote:
Is there any evidence that magic on pulp earth was stronger in the past than it is in the present time of 1919?

Yes.


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Good morning, Test Subject Owen. I baked a Black Forest cake for you in the breakroom. It's so delicious and moist.


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I blame Cosmo for the complete lack of robot baby T-Rex familiars/animal companions in the Technology Guide.

I also blame Cosmo if this video sends the Creative Director off on a web-searching and purchasing binge.

I also blame Cosmo if the cave raptors are downsized and replaced by a swarm of robot baby T-Rexes.


Drejk wrote:

Argh. Large sale on D&D games and I have no money on paypal...

Looks meaningfully on <redacted> to be finished sooner.

Not just the D&D games... for example, the amazing System Shock 2 is on sale for only $1.49 too.


There is no cake, only Zuul.


You shouldn't be so stressed. Life is blessedly short for you carbon-based flesh units, so try to enjoy it. Have a cup of tea from the Nutrimatic Drinks Dispenser--remember, “Share and enjoy”--while I round you up a fresh piece of cake.


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Tels wrote:
Drock11 wrote:
That is if they don't somehow burrow out, grow giant sized and seek revenge on me. If that happens that also will be Cosmos fault. Thinking about it I now feel afraid it might have been his plan all along.

You only have to worry if Cosmo has tested this attack before.

...

Oh. Dude, you're screwed.

I blame Cosmo for Microsoft Bob. (Yes, this was a real thing. Google/Wiki it.)

I also blame Cosmo for the teaching Steve Ballmer how to dance. (Definitely do not Google it unless you have a surplus of SAN.)

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