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If you're gonna ride out the apocalypse, no better way to do it than with some Castles & Crusades.
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"I gotta get Funyans! "
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Maaaaad skillz!
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AHH AHH!! CHILLS! I HAVE CHILLS!
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I've been using Clementine Music Player in both Linux and Windows lately.  I like it a lot.  But I've had an issue with it that I finally figured out and maybe I can save someone else the time.

The media keys on my keyboard don't work in Windows.

All the threads about similar issues are pretty old and for versions in Linux.  No reports of similar issues on Windows that I can find.  I tried lots with no luck, until I stumbled on it somehow.  You know what it was? 

Google Chrome.  Chrome grabs the media keys for some reason.  If I launch Chrome first then Clementine doesn't respond to media keys, if I launch Clementine first it works.  It took me months to figure it out because Chrome is usually the first thing I launch when I get into Windows (or second if I happen to launch Steam first, since that's what Windows is for).

TL;DR Launch your music player before Chrome on Windows.
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Ehh... to each his own. I listen to nothing that isn't from SoundCloud anyway, so I'm weird like that.
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Good, only supporting wifi is silly.

Hey +Garrie McLaws​!
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Yesterday I told my son he couldn't have a snack because it was almost dinner time, he screamed "you never want me to be happy!" and ran out of the room.  His point was just as valid as this one.

This is basically saying "If there's a god, why doesn't he give me everything I want?" wrapped in the old manipulating appeal "think of the children!"

I'm not especially religious (and I'm not Christian in any case), but comments like this are a pet peeve of mine.  I respect atheism, but I expect atheism to be based on rationality and logic, and this is neither of those things.
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+Bobby Martin  I kind of agree, although with someone's life working out for the best, personally I think we have a made up system of society and ideas of what is best that we all kind of quietly agree to pretend is reality :)  I do completely agree about the workings of our body and mind, though.  We're biologically inclined to be social also, which I think is a layer of consciousness that eventually creates the "made up system" above.

I love how random and yet ordered the human organism has become over billions of years, evolution is amazing.

Now I'm going to contradict myself, because at the same time I actually do like to believe in an afterlife and perhaps some kind of divine guidance to the species.  It's emotionally satisfying.  But I've been around the block with various religions and it always turns out life goes on the same no matter what I believe.  As long as we're not ignoring what's in front of our faces, whatever makes people happy is fine with me!
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I'm interested in trying RuneQuest 6, is the Essentials book worth using or am I better off shooting for the full book?  I doubt I will buy both.  I ask because $20 for Essentials vs $60+ for RQ6 is a huge difference, but I want to make sure I'm getting what RQ fans think is important.

OR if there's a better place to experience what makes RuneQuest awesome I'd like to know that, too.
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I did not, that helps!  Thanks +Apocryphal Chris 
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These guys get what pro wrestling is all about.
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ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED?
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Jogolev still makes me happy.
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Hahahaaaaawt!

He knows. They know... we know.
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I need suggestions on a good IDE for PHP in Linux.

Several years ago I used the original Zend IDE, which I loved, but it went away.  After that I tried several different editors and I eventually settled on Vim (or Gvim) with some cool plugins.  I've used vim for several years now (even with a much better computer) and I love it, but lately I think I'm ready to try out an editor with more features again.  Support for vi-style editing would be a bonus but not required. Also some editors I tried in the past were great if you only have one site to work on, but I have many sites across several servers.

Any suggestions?
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NerBeans will not do that to you. 
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I feel more peaceful already.
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Ha!
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