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Are you somehow under the impression, in this gleeful little fascist pseudo-reality in which you live, that anybody in their right mind should give a flying shit about how much business Starbucks does?
I don't care, you silly corporate dishcloth. In fact, I'd be glad if it happened, but the very fact that you have written it guarantees it to be a lie. Hence, you've managed to offend and disappoint me all in one go. Top job!!!
But I'm on a mad chess run. I haven't lost a single game since I've been playing again, which is insane. I've gone over 15 games without a loss and I've been playing the computer too. There's another app I play on called LiveChess and people just leave when they think you've got them beat. Someone did that to me earlier and he or she wasn't even in that bad a position. He or she had been playing really well up until that point too, so it was stupid. There's something about chess which makes people afraid to lose.
Anyway, I've been playing the computer too, but only on a fairly low level. I started on 1000 (level 4) but then went up to 1200 (level 5) because it was too easy. 1200 is bloody hard man. I've beaten it about 3 or 4 times now but I couldn't do it with a clock. I have to sit there really thinking about what to do next.
Do you run the analysis at the end of games? Get this. Last night I beat the computer at level 5 and the analysis said I didn't make a single mistake. That's crazy because I've never actually learned anything from books or anything else. I just like playing. Just beat it again though and this time I didn't do so well. I played black. The analysis was:-
Excellent moves. White = 14. Black = 20.
Good moves. White = 2. Black = 4.
Inaccuracies. White = 12. Black = 5.
Mistakes. White = 2. Black = 2.
Blunders. White = 2. Black = 3.
Still not bad given that I made a mistake early on and thought it was gonna cost me the entire game.
Law abiding citizens are buying firearms from all department stores in America.
No, people who have not yet been caught and prosecuted for breaking the law are buying firearms from all department stores in America, you stumbling, irrational halfwit.
Why don't you remind us how long it took authorities to catch "law-abiding citizen" Jeffrey Dahmer?
It was THIRTEEN YEARS.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!