Do you hear "e1m1" just by reading those four characters?

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@cwebber I start thinking about the shotgun guys to the left, the imp on the high platform in the zig zag room, backtracking for the secret

@cwebber yeah, I was definitely well into the opening riff by the time my conscious brain caught up and decoded what this post even meant

@SpindleyQ @cwebber I've been listening to the version by MBR pretty much every day for the last couple of weeks ...
It's on YouTube and other places of course, but also direct from the artist

@yojimbo @cwebber this triggered another deeply entrenched ancient subconscious instinct, which is, if I see a file called, I am downloading that file

@be @SpindleyQ @yojimbo one of my favorite things recursively included via not one of my favorite things apparently

@cwebber @be @SpindleyQ Not at the moment. I'm still trying to wrap my head around J and finding the terseness of the syntax to be a big impediment to reading code in order to learn.

@be @SpindleyQ @yojimbo @cwebber

It's also got his various other wierd languages.

(I always meant to look into xlisp and never got around to it.)

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