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12-17-2006 @ 1:09PM
Out here in the real world, I work in gaming - y'know, slot machines and all that... So when I see a post about "Clearing out the bad rolls" or suggesting that a server-side RNG (Random Number Generator) might be anything other than random, that its results might somehow be influenced by crossing yourself, spinning around in your deskchair, and clucking like a chicken before clicking that need button, I have to chuckle more than a bit. If you seriously believe you can affect the outcome of a RNG in your favor, come see me in Vegas, I've got a slot machine for you to play.
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