Careful with that axe, Abe Plutarch already raised the question around the year 75 in his Lives of the Noble Greeks and Romans.He writes that the ship of Theseus was preserved as a museum piece by the Athenians, who gradually replaced the old planks by new ones.The Theseus' paradox became a popular subject among philosophers: is the ship in the Athenian harbour still the original or it is a new one?The same paradox also appeared in popular culture centuries later as George Washington's (or Abe Lincoln's) axe.I'm sorry, but this is the time of the year I get my annual Frankfurter Schule identity crisis.
This seems to be a good thing as (cheap) monitors get bigger and bigger and download speeds get faster and faster (even on mobile devices), but that is not all...
_ _ _ Update for those who are writing to ask for instructions or more information on the outcome of your actions: The lack of instructions is intentional. Then when you do go to bed, the AP will go back to 100.
Providing instructions would ruin the game in my opinion cuz if you have the "keycode" on how to beat the game, then it becomes a simple "repeatedly click the button" game. :) I have no idea how to make Wade not angry at me anymore. I also found out that if you phone your friends until the AP gets into negative, you won't have to sleep.
This will obviously enhance Ariane's corporate image, but it does look like a frankenmix operation to me, a kind of smothering like the KGB used to do on old USSR pictures containing people who fell from grace for one reason or another.
I caught the term frankenmix on a music forum where it was used to describe a remastered, updated and modernised release of a sixties music track by using digital technology and effects.