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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by Tez Tosterone, 30 Jun 2017.
I’ve got a Sinclair 5000 and know a bit about software, want me to have a go at debugging the code ?
@cjn Based on a recent interview with the head developer, it seems they’ve been trying to resolve that bug for a few years now with only temporary success—every time they think they’ve found a solution it pops back up again, sometimes masked as a subtly different version of the issue.
Funny you should say that. I have been thinking for the last couple of months, imagine you woke up in hospital and they tell you that you have been in a coma for ten years and none of the stuff that has happened since 2008 has actually happened. We were still shit, preparing for our season under mark Hughes and Thaksin and debts with an inevitable slide down the leagues to follow.
Very similar to the last couple of seasons under George the Pipe!
If you'd been in a coma for 10 years you'd be less surprised by that than someone telling you City had been bought by one of the richest men in the world, had won a couple of titles and were now rampaging over all the other teams in the league under the best manager on the planet.
True but I mean this whole thing had been a dream. Perhaps tonight when you go to bed possibly planning your next trip to wembley or maybe trying to save towards Kiev in May. You close your eyes and smile as you remember Sergio’s 93rd minute winner in 2012 and then you wake up in a hospital bed. You ask the nurse if City are still 15 points clear at the top and unbeaten, how did we get on in the champions league etc and she looks at you as if you are mad before someone tells you that City are now in league 2 due to play Rochdale in the local derby this weekend.
You are Bobby Ewing and I claim my £5.
I think that sometimes. The world around us is entirely created by our mind—regardless of what “real” matter exists our brain interprets everything we perceive (conscious or subconscious) and thus creates our reality (constituted within our “mind”). For most people, most of the time, it creates a similar reality to every other person—one actually in line with the “physical” world. But there are exceptions and maybe your or my (or someone else who frequents Bluemoon’s) mind has created a different reality according to our own fantastical specifications. We could be “insane” or vegitative, living in our fictionalised universe. Or we could merely be manifested elements of some other City supporter’s delusion. Even more interesting, to go back to the simulation lark, we could be part of a “punishment” simulation that a United supporter is being forced to experience after some fairly serious footballing related transgression. It could last only a few minutes in real time but the United supporter is experiencing decades of United decline and City ascendency in the simulated timeline.
Now where’s my official simulation “chamber bot”, I’ve had too much wine today.
Ah George Poyser, hard times then!