Nuclear Gandhi, lost maps, and invisible cocks.Download
Nuclear Gandhi, lost maps, and invisible cocks.
With special guest SirMathieu of the Maps With Mat podcast.
Show opening theme: Making A Map File
From the view of a TYPE-MOON non-fan, this still looks like a pretty good pisstake on magical girl anime.
Episode 9 was super-dark again, and even had a warning text at the beginning of the episode (both in Japanese and English) that it's unsuitable for younger viewers.
Konosuba is the Mystery Men of isekai anime. Both try to answer the question of "what would happen if people uniquely unqualified for their positions had to do the job anyway" -- Konosuba for isekai characters and Mystery Men for superheros.
Lots of hentai games were on sale this weekend for all you perverts.
They never saw it cumming.
Turns out it wasn't actually a bug, according to Sid Meier himself.
And just like that, it was gone (from Utah). And just like that, another appeared in Romania. Definitely the work of aliens.
Time to become star children.
A name any No Agenda listener will remember, Mohammed bin Salman, is now the owner of SNK, producers of well known game franchises "Metal Slug", "Samurai Showdown", and "The King of Fighters".
Prince bin Salman is said to be the real target of the Las Vegas shooting of 2017 and according to the same rumors Stephen Paddock turned into a patsy by the hapless Saudi assassins. who have missed the Prince since he had been happen to hawk his wares in in the next room. Neom became possible, because the guy survived Vegas and according to some other blog posts got to torture his family in some Hotel in the middle of nowhere until they gave him all their assets.
Microsoft Windows was first released 35 years and a couple of weeks ago. In his personal Substack newsletter, John C. Dvorak talked about the history of the operating system, specifically its original version.
A screenshot of Windows 1.01, adjusted for EGA's display aspect ratio.
EGA had non-square pixels. The video mode that Windows 1.01 used on EGA computers was 640x350 pixels with 16 our of 64 colours, but displayed at an aspect ratio of 1:1.37 (close but not exactly the 4:3 ratio we're used to from standard definition video). Compare the screenshot here, resized to 480x350 pixels (as close as we can get to 1:1.37) to the native resolution screenshot at https://rareencounter.net/images/RE21_win101_native_res.png, which is what you'd get from naive emulation that doesn't take into account the physical reality of video modes of the 80s and early 90s era.
Try running Windows 1.01 for yourself in an in-browser emulator.