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The left mouse button on my Microsoft intellimouse died. It has served me well, for over a decade now. Probably closer to 2.

I have a Logitech MX1000, but the charging pins died so I had to stick weights on it to charge, and I lost the AC adapter

So I am using one of my many other mice. The closest one I had available was the one for the HORI TAC Pro for PS4. The resolution is so high I had to turn it down, twice. It's not what I'm used to. The cable is really short, luckily there's a USB port on the back of my Logitech G15 keyboard. I've been using it to hold the Bluetooth adapter for my CronusMAX. And I think the other one is where I plug the intellimouse into, actually

It's funny. When I first got the intellimouse I had to install a program to get it working in windows 98/XP. But the TAC mouse is supported by default.

The other mouse is my work mouse.
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Oh baby. This has been my dream for years. But I figured humans wouldn't want me assimilating them.

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They aren't even exaggerating

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My non-cosplay Con Bravo pics

Including a knife that I called The Knifell tower, a NES backpack with lightup LED, controllers
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Just Cause 3 is a "free" PS+ game this month and it is amazing. Take the environment of farcry 4 (lush jungles/forests) with its territory take-over mechanics (except to take over a region it'd almost always blowing shit up), add some cities. Add the grappling gun from the Arkham games, replace the cape with a parachute. Add the equipment summoning from metal gear solid 5. And finally the ability to steal vehicles, GTA-style.

I've only finished the tutorial for the story, I found a helicopter with guns and have been using it to take over the world in much the same manner as the gyro copter from Farcry 4.

I looked up the location of a helicopter with missiles and couldn't find it on the map cause the coordinates weren't inside the huge game world. Turned out the huge game world was actually just a small part of the gigantic game world once I zoomed out all the way.

I've made programs that spit out code before. They just process large amount of data and spit out the function calls rather than me write the code myself.

But today I've written my first code, that opens up code, alters it, and saves it.
I'm working on a wiki for work and rather than make the users read a 2 page how-to on how to enter the data properly, I made a javascript page that loads the wiki pages into a div on the right side, alters the data itself, and tells the user to press save (I could automate that too, but I want to keep the humans involved)

This includes altering a LUA module. So it's a program that alters another program. Next thing you know, we have Skynet on our hands.

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