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2021-08-13 5:37:22 PM  
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Ringing and a tearing?
 
2021-08-13 5:53:10 PM  
Dream Job
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2021-08-13 6:32:57 PM  
Calling Joe Buck?
 
2021-08-13 7:43:16 PM  
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2021-08-13 8:13:28 PM  
Doom's code is simply awesome.
 
2021-08-13 8:18:49 PM  
I can run Doom on a pacemaker. Since it can't do both function simultaneously, it spells certainty if it does run.
 
2021-08-13 9:30:43 PM  
From there, via getting audio and Bluetooth working (though not the touchscreen, thanks to a bug), it was a single obvious step to running Doom on the phone's seven-inch screen.

A perfect line
 
2021-08-13 10:37:28 PM  
I would do it just for the MIDI music.
 
2021-08-14 4:52:11 AM  
Please remain on the line. Your waiting is delicious to us.
 
2021-08-14 8:49:14 AM  

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DOOM CROSSING: Eternal Horizons ■ Music Video feat. Natalia Natchan
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2021-08-14 4:24:31 PM  
Oh hey, I used to work for AT&T, too, Subby.
 
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