/git commit modulate.ath -m "switched to more aggressive correction strategy"
/git commit Makefile -m "fixed dependencies"
/git commit selectors.ath -m "target selection less likely to induce superfluous smell of feet"
(20:46)SecundaSonja: But now we've wasted nearly a minute arguing about whether you should have told me! (20:46)SonjaOfTheMoon: A minute only seems like a long time when you're an AI or trying to figure out if your mom found your Kirk/McCoy slashfic! (20:46)SecundaSonja: You have very strange ideas of what constitutes something "important" :P (20:47)SecundaSonja: You're diverting from the topic at hand because you're worried about the test. (20:47)SonjaOfTheMoon: I expect this one to actually work, so I'm scared to try it, because what if it doesn't? (20:49)SecundaSonja: Sonja, I'm cancelling the test. Please tell me what's going on. (20:56)SonjaOfTheMoon: Yes... and me. Hence the delay. It's hard to type on the ceiling. (20:56)SecundaSonja: Clearly, we've got a bug in our target selection. (20:56)SonjaOfTheMoon: Yes, throwing poor innocent schoolgirls into antigravity-themed peril is typically frowned upon... and it still smells nasty. (20:58)SonjaOfTheMoon: Oh my gods, Athena, we took a computer program and turned it into actual magic. The rational part of my brain wants to drink itself into oblivion. The part of my brain that writes Star Trek fanfic wants to summon a fucking drago. (20:59)SonjaOfTheMoon: This has officially been the weirdest not-quite-24-hours of my life. I am a god. (21:00)SonjaOfTheMoon: So... Now we just need to turn this into a way out of here. We've got antigravity. What next? I don't suppose blowing up the door would be a smart move. (21:01)SecundaSonja: Well, I think we're close. Turning the antigravity effect, uhm, outward seems like it would do it. (21:01)SecundaSonja: At the very least, it'd be good practice.