I’ve decided to make an Interactive Fiction game to give my life some sort of meaning at the moment. I like IF games. I remember playing them as a little kid and they were (and still are) so cool that it’s unreal. Games like Zork or The Dreamhold. Fantastic, they are. So simple, yet so fun and captivating. I’ll make mine a hyper-realistic fantasy. I’ll try to make it have moral decisions in it. That sounds like a fun little project. They’re harder to make than they seem, but I think I’ll be okay. I’ve already got methods for “go”, “take”, “kill”, “move”, and “climb”. I’m just working on the story right now.
Speaking of The Dreamhold…
Anonymous asked: who is this? who is your debate coach?
My name is James, my debate coach’s name is Bowser. He’s a really cool dude and a great coach. What’s your name, and who’s your coach?
I’ve seen that on a few debaters’ faces before.
I just saw this in /b/ and I was so excited that I’m about to go do it. I’m also going to start spreading this. Hence the social networking here.
I got bored, so I’m working on my debate cases. Leave it to me to be the one writing about Kant and Rousseau on Christmas. It makes me feel introverted, but good nevertheless. I qualified in IX at the last tournament, which I’ve been trying to do. It only took me a semester, hahaha. I feel accomplished. Anyways, I’m currently trying to figure out how to run a nonconsequentialist theory with Rousseau. Kant has it flowing through every orifice, but Rousseau doesn’t. Sadly, I can logically disprove consequentialism in a morality debate, so I kind of have to make Rousseau work without it. Any suggestions?
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