This is what you’d call a post!

Yup, this is certainly a post. I wanted to write a different one but it’s late and I’m sleepy.

Originally, I had three posts lined up for this weekend… Well, turns out, something s c a r y happened at WordPress and they’re gone. I don’t know what magic this is but those posts? No idea. Almost as if they’ve never existed!

Thus, I could ask the WP Support about this issue… or I could simply write three new posts. Guess what seems like less of a hassle?

Uh, today, I originally wanted to write about fishing in games – and about how every good game has fishing in it… or rather that most games that have fishing in them are good games.

This has been a long theory of mine for ages… and I had a few ideas about why exactly that’s the case… and I also wanted to mention that Adam Millard’s video on it basically says what I wanted to say but fancier…

The other post I had scheduled for tomorrow was about bad writing habits and my extensive use of “hence” and “thus”. Also, I originally mentioned there that I write the way I talk… and that’s not necessarily a good thing.

And at last, I had a post on skill-based matchmaking prompted by a streamer named TimTheTatman who had this absolutely trash hot take on SBMM that weirdly enough was endorsed and approved of by other people. It’s honestly weird.

But that post is gone. Again, spooky stuff.

Frosti wrote an amazing post on the latter prompt, so I would like to prompt you (heh) to read that if you haven’t yet.

At the same time, I’ll just uh, write other posts tomorrow because I don’t really have the time to re-write those longer posts. I’ll figure something out.

My significant other prompted me just now to end the post with a bad joke, so… here’s one for you.

Why did the nearly blind man fall into the well? Because he didn't see that well.

Have a good one.

This post was first published on Indiecator by Dan Indiecator aka MagiWasTaken. If you like what you see here and want to see more, you can check me out on Twitch and YouTube as well.

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