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mendel lee
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i pretend to be a successful music composer and educator. i think people actually believe it. the fools.
i pretend to be a successful music composer and educator. i think people actually believe it. the fools.

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want.

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yay now have dark youtube
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save the DCEU, joss.

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I found this tabletop game that's being Kickstarter'ed (Kickstarted?) that the developer put on boardgamearena for people to try before committing to the kickstarter. Neat idea, neat game, so Kyle Pearcy and I used it for this Rooks episode.

We also answered a question from Tori Novak about qualities that we would instantly want to wake up with tomorrow, plus our own questions about simple/complex tabletop games, upcoming concerts, upcoming technology, and Kyle's return to the US.

Ask us a question for future Rooks episodes! Leave a comment anywhere (well, anywhere that Kyle and I could see the question).

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hey asmodee stuff on sale. This says iOS, but the prices are on android too.

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played a game of alice chess for the first time in many years. had to get the cobwebs out, but i was playing against my friend Kyle who had never played before and was struggling to wrap his head around it.

so fun though. makes me want to play it more often.
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For this episode, Kyle and I answer our first fan-submitted question from our friend Tia DiMasi about changing an event in our past. In addition we discuss the things we love/hate about New Orleans, how Kyle's opinion on Costa Rica has changed after living there for over a year, the toughest thing about winning Terraforming Mars solo, and death.

If you have a question that you'd like to ask us, please throw a question our way! Comment, message us, fill out our google form, shout in Kyle's ear.

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man, this was ten years ago.

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...adding social signals [in the music industry] changed the music people were interested in. Inequality went up: When people could see what others were downloading, popular songs became far more popular, and unpopular songs far less popular... I suspect we are seeing something like this effect playing out with Trump news. It’s not that coverage of the new administration is unimportant. It clearly is. But social signals — likes, retweets and more — are amplifying it.
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