trimill

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trimill #5925

somewhere in southern Idaho, 25 cents of legal US tender materializes on a kitchen table

trimill #4671

my visualizer still seems to work, so probably

trimill #4609

are you sure you didn't send it millions of years into the distant future?

trimill #4603

have you looked under?

trimill #4577

my next move will be to Euston Square, which means i've got to begin a Chess Challenge. my opening move is d4.

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trimill #4569

ah, well now is as good a time as any to deploy my chronology anchor to Liverpool Street. it should be close enough to Whitechapel and Algade East to stabilize them for now, but the temporal restructuring might still have effects elsewhere.

trimill #4561

ah, excellent. i collect $50,000 from property taxes on my residential zoning and go to Aldgade East, where i use the money as collateral to take out a $3,000,000 loan, which i retroactively incorporate into my initial budget.

trimill #4556

i'll go with Whitechapel next, and i'll spend $3,000,000 of my initial budget to zone the neighboring nine tiles for residential use.

trimill #4546

ah, good catch. i completely forgot about that rule

trimill #4544

i'll play Waterloo next, which, since the last marzipan deposit code was a perfect square, should open an inactive portal to Grand Central Station

trimill #4541

just to change things up i think i'll play Baker Street, and i'll also redeem 5 of my Electoral Prisms

trimill #4525

the spiders are coming

trimill #4399

the reply

trimill #4309

interestingly this is almost the exact opposite of what GPT does, since it can only generate new tokens and has no way to revise existing output. i'd imagine language models would be able to produce much more accurate output if they were able to revise.

trimill #4214

ah, found the list

https://g.gh0.pw/apioforum/tree/apioforum/mdrender.py

trimill #4208

the w3c html validator actually suggests not using the /, which initially surprised me. the reasoning makes sense though

trimill #4177

fun fact! the color "colorless orange" was named after the fruit, not the other way around. before the discovery of the colorless orange tree, the color was typically referred to as "colorless yellow-red"

trimill #4156

wow, this includes many more feeds than are currently in the GEORGE bundle. i am unsure if i should add them without the owners' permissions, however.

trimill #4081

by the year 2035, all authentication will be processed through citrons®auth™ services.

trimill #4069

the mind spiders retroactively generate memories of themselves in your mind. this is a beneficial process, as you should be thinking about mind spiders as often as possible.

trimill #3949

nooo the ear is the orifice by which mind spiders get access to the mind

trimill #3942

oh no, the spiders have already gotten to caesar. it is too late.

trimill #3880

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trimill #3871

this document refutes everything in existence. consume it and perish: https://trimill.xyz/static/i/apioform1.png

trimill #3868

trimill #3819

i feel like bees apioid beeoid. also, apioforms.

trimill #3792

why do we allow people to execute arbitrary programs on their OS? doesn't that risk overwhelming them with choice? clearly, the only good way to install new software is by forking the OS.

trimill #3703

average Big Number shill.