This is really different.
It is part of this Korean site.
Shamus Young is an old-school OpenGL programmer, author, and composer. He runs this site and if anything is broken you should probably blame him.
I’ve seen that before, but last time it was in Korean. In English it’s even weirder.
you know your kids used to watch all those egg flash cartoon thingy majiggys.
(interestingly enough that clotted my head wound)
very cute. But how do you find these things? What did the kids think of it? Is it related to the Easter season? ( I hope not). If this is marketing tool for eggs it might not work. Thay are too cute to eat.
I don’t remember how we found them. (Ask Heather)
The kids love it.
The site came from Koreans, so who knows what they are using it for.
And I’m sure it has nothing to do with Easter.
Thanks. I think I’m diabetic now.
thats just the kind of thing you’ll be made to watch when in hell, along with ishtar and all the rest.
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