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  Re: Interview with Nicholas Marriott on tmux (mod 2/20)
by jackman (182.182.114.190) on Sun Apr 17 16:26:13 2016 (GMT)
  guard up to ensure you're not ganked by some stealthy foe, it's generally more forgiving that most PvP games, and gives you plenty of bandwidth to learn, rather than feeling rushed and panicked the whole time. le tchat
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