It's really the total time that's killing me; anyone aware of any \"quick-fix\" ideas to dramatically improve the time taken for obfuscation Is it possible some goofy thing I've done is causing some sort of \"Vapor-lock\" during the process, increasing the processing time Do I need to press the client to use a different obfuscator
Martin likes automation, goofy jokes, and snakes, all of which fit into the Python community. He enjoys learning and exploring and is up for talking about it, too. He writes and records content for Real Python and CodingNomads.
So we have crazy witch cults, girls getting kidnapped, lesbians, cops doing cop stuff, more characters than you can shake a rape tentacle at, confusion, goofy effects, lesbians, gender-neutral evil deities, lesbians, Taoist priests, battles in outer space, lesbians, and lesbians. Seems like a winner to me.
In the audio commentary included on the Star Wars: Clone Wars Volume One DVD, director Genndy Tartakovsky states that the Human Jedi featured in Chapter 20 was inspired by the character Shaggy Rogers from the Scooby-Doo cartoons. This resulted in a similar appearance to that character. Initially, Tartakovsy wanted the Jedi to have more of a high-pitched voice like Shaggy. However, Tartakovsky realized that the voice didn't fit and became \"too goofy.\" The character was listed simply as \"Padawan\" in the end credits of the Clone Wars Volume One DVD, but soon received the name \"Sha'a Gi\" when StarWars.com added the character to its Databank. Sha'a Gi was voiced in his single appearance in the Clone Wars cartoon by John DiMaggio.
July 12, 2006 11:44 AMGames had always caught my attention right from the Pac-Man days. Nomatter if it was the adventurous and stylish Lara Croft or the goofyMario, gameplay was what held me glued to the screen. Awesome graphicswere a plus, that was it. These days, most of us take mind blowinggraphics and outstanding AI such as that featured in Black and White 2for granted. 59ce067264