@djsundog Local restaurant Han Dynasty kinda came from that sort of URL confusion: https://www.inquirer.com/philly/blogs/the-insider/han-chiang-han-dynasty-sichuan-restaurants-20181031.html
'I was still debating using the name. Then I went to the internet and was trying to register handynasty dot com. It was taken. It was a porn site at the time. I'm like, "What?" Then I read the URL and I'm like [oh, my], this is "handy nasty," and at that moment I knew I had to name it Han Dynasty.'
Canon sued for disabling scanner and fax functions of all-in-one device when printer ink runs out | Boing Boing
"During [the canal's] three centuries it needed virtually no maintenance, it relied on no engines or fuel, no mining, no metals, no chemicals. There was no pollution, the boats could be hand built. ... It did not cause any emissions or erosion, it saved millions of man hours otherwise spent on ... roads. There were no accidents: at walking speed and thirty centimeter depth it was safe enough to have children playing in the middle of it with boats coming and going."
The thing we were worried would happen with the introduction of other IPs to the game is extremely happening and it sucks
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