If you are the family of a ttrpg designer, they will make a game about you.

If you fuck a ttrpg designer, they will make a game about you.

If you game with a ttrpg designer, they will make a game about you.

If you are the elected representative, or boss, or colleague...
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RT @HTHRFLWRS
GAME DEVELOPERS: WHAT ARE YOUR BIGGEST ARTISTIC INFLUENCES THAT:
* AREN'T GAMES
* AREN'T MOVIES
twitter.com/HTHRFLWRS/status/1

Don't mind me, I'm just looking at the current Roblox Ready Player 2 promotion and thinking about all the twelve year old kids who are huge into 80s nostalgia.

I wonder how this tracks to national averages. 42% of respondents have never had a surgery under general anesthesia. I'm at four, and I'd already had two by the time I was twelve. Both of those were hernia repairs.
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RT @PaulCzege
How many times in your life have you had a medical/surgical procedure that both:

1. cut into the tissues of your body
2. and, you were unconscious under general anesthesia
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RT @docetist
I have a new book coming out this month called The Elusive Shift. It's about what the early adopters of the 1970s thought it meant for something to be a role-playing game. If that sounds interesting, you can read more about it here: playingattheworld.blogspot.com

Okay Baker Street detectives. So I'm making a double batch of peanut butter cookies and (on the left) failed to double one ingredient. Then adding the ingredient to not quite 2/3 of the remaining dough gave the imperfect result on the right.
What ingredient did I mess up?

RT @DanMaruschak
My reaction to @PaulCzege's seed "The Body Comes Alive" was to think the system from my game "Rusty from Disuse" could be adapted pretty well to the situation from the seed, but I don't think I'm the right person to write that game. Anyone want to collaborate?

How many times in your life have you had a medical/surgical procedure that both:

1. cut into the tissues of your body
2. and, you were unconscious under general anesthesia

Housing is a great theme.
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RT @DianeTurnshek
Parsec Ink’s new Triangulation: Habitats anthology opens to submissions today. The theme is housing, sustainable housing. SF/F/H stories. Where does your inspiration come from? The thread is haunting. parsecink.com @ParsecInk @ParsecInc twitter.com/urbanfoxxxx/status
twitter.com/DianeTurnshek/stat

My nine-year-old son is a JTOH.
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RT @whileonefork
What’s your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator? Wrong answers only.

(I’m an ISBN)
twitter.com/whileonefork/statu

British style "jacket" potatoes.
(Photo taken moments before I make my son's edible to him with a heavy topping of nacho cheese. 🙄)

RT @bhalomanush
While no humans have been known to have been infected with this coronavirus to date, there is the potential for a future human spillover event. One way to prevent that would be to create a vaccine and to vaccinate pigs.

RT @jvwest
We recently completed a fine game of My Life With Master and I have many thoughts about it. I haven't put them to paper yet, but I will. It's a game that sparked much thought and discussion. Why I hadn't played it after owning the damn thing over 15 years? Dunno. @PaulCzege

RT @bhalomanush
One of the hardest problems in science is the protein folding problem. We know how to get from DNA to proteins, but figuring out how proteins fold in 3D is the holy grail of computational biology.

Looks like Google has made a huge leap. nature.com/articles/d41586-020

RT @ShannonCreates
It’s one month delayed but here’s my summary of best practices for Avoiding Cultural Bias in Escape Room Design youtu.be/ZInAoHNxojo via @YouTube (hint: there may be a puzzle involved!)

For my money, Exodus' 20:4-5 specific admonishment against believing strange bullshit is more relevant to our times than breaking out a separate heads-up about the dangers of women from among covetousness in Exodus 20:17.
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RT @PaulCzege
You can tell a lot about someone by whether they make Exodus 20:4-5 its own commandment, to arrive at ten, or whether they assume it's covered by a first commandment from Exodus 20:3 and instead break …
twitter.com/PaulCzege/status/1

You can tell a lot about someone by whether they make Exodus 20:4-5 its own commandment, to arrive at ten, or whether they assume it's covered by a first commandment from Exodus 20:3 and instead break Exodus 20:17 into two separate commandments to arrive at ten.

One of the things I need to get better at is knowing when a recipe calls for too much sugar and cutting it to an appropriate amount.

I have an old cookbook I use for lots of stuff that I know to consistently use 1/3 to 2/3 less sugar for any recipe.

But with...

If they had kept the same school principal from the first Santa Clause to Santa Clause 2, it would have been a more substantial movie.

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