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Jonathon Wisnoski
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With Cortex Command released, anyone who purchased HIB#2 can get a Steam key.

The best way to go about this is to sign into your HIB account, or create one with the email you used to buy your bundles with (if you used multiple email addresses you can still claim the pages that you remember the URL to). now you can either download the DRM free version or navigate to the bottom of the page and click the "Humble Indie Bundle 2" link, to link to your personal HIB2 page (where a new single CC key is).
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+cristiano rossetti Don't have any mobile devices. And even if I did, I could not imagine having the time atm. Sorry.
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I just commended about equality in response to an argument that really annoys me. I think my statement was particularly eloquent so I thought I would share it.

The idea of human equality does not mean that every single person on the earth is identical. It does not mean that every man woman and child must score an exact 100 on an IQ test with the exact same mistakes. It does not promise we are or will be the same height, strength, or weight.

It does not even promise we will be identical on average when taken in large groups. A genetic group of people with larger numbers of O blood type will survive better in small tribes but do worse in cities, certain mountain groups have advantages in the mountains that mean they do not die nearly as much in extreme altitudes (I think from stroke), and Eskimos deal with cool biologically far differently than the rest of us.

These are not superficial features. In fact I would call no features superficial. If your race has a different feature to another then it is probably there for a reason and probably saved your ancestors lives on numerous occasions and made their standard of living measurably better.

Equality is the concept that you cannot really define any one species or race as superior, absolutely. So we might as well call each other equal (and it makes it a lot easier to get along).

If your faith in equality actually rests on every other human being identical to you, then I would say that is racist. Because that is the belief that if it is different then it is inferior and shows the pride you have in your "superior" genetics and beliefs.
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Yeah, people pointing out any differences (especially genetic ones) as arguments against equality worry me a lot. Equality concerns protecting people's basic rights and freedoms - not giving away undeserved privileges. It's racism that does the latter. Equality is something we establish inside society, because we want to, not because biology makes us. Because it favors fair competition, which is ultimately better for everybody.
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Something for the struggling indie developer (by Bundle In A Box):
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Straight from the mouth and Facebook page of a Australia Liberal politician.
"it's probably best you relocate your interaction to sites more suited to your ideological perspectives. This is a supporter's site for a Liberal Campaign after all." - Andrew Nikolic

When a Liberal politician openly admits that he has no interest is listening to or even allowing you to continue talking about issues that he disagrees with (and even continually threatens those who disagree with him), what hope is there for the future?
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The June 2012 edition of Adventure Lantern is available for download. As always, you can get your copy from www.adventurelantern.com on the right-hand side of our home page.
This month, our PDF includes Jonathon's news roundup and reviews of Dead Mountaineer's Hotel and The Journey Down (HD). We also have three interviews. Besides a reprint of our interview with Chris Jones that we published in the middle of May, the PDF includes an interview with Steve Hoogendyk on the upcoming fantasy adventure Lilly Looking Through and an interview with our own Gnome about the Bundle in a Box independent adventure game sale that was launched on May 23rd. Nick brings us more information about the games available through Bundle in a Box with reviews of Ben There Dan That and The Sea Will Claim Everything. Many thanks to Jonathon and Nick on their hard work on our June issue. Here's hoping you will find it to be an enjoyable read.
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This bundle is still going on, and not doing all that great, but they have updated the awards and are still hoping to make it a success.
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