Very nice solution.
You a word here:
>Either the AGI has the camera or the AGI has hacked your other nine sensors.
Application form is closed. Can this be marked in the title?
Pharasma is from Pathfinder and not D&D, isn't she?
I don't think religion keeps is what modern people from learning physics
Should this be "I don't think religion is what keeps modern people from learning physics" or am I missing something?
Can you tag this/the series as finished somehow? I like to read stories when they are concluded and didn't realize I could read this yet!
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There are some occurrences in the git of Ditritus as well and more importantly in the google Form.
An oddity I noticed is that the statistics ranks "Sexual Assault" equal to "Aunt Death". That seems wrong to me and might be due to the (hopefully) low sample size.
The original article doesn't mention the oddity either.
But that got me thinking of where "Sexual Assault" would / should rank in "Painful Experiences". Does anyone have insight into that or can direct me to a post?
I like this post, but I don't know how to feel about faking sponsored posts. That could trick people into reading actual sponsored posts.