Can I get a dr please?

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Which reminds me … how is work on the complex IIFT (CIIFT) progressing? Have the details on a (2 + 2i)MC been worked out?

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I prefer precision quantum dice.
 

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Yes, but they're usually close by. Only once did I have to go retrieve them from Toledo.
 

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I prefer precision quantum dice.
If you use the same container/glass/tower for your rolls then the dice become quantum entangled. So whatever you roll, it determines your opponents roll. You roll a 3 DR, your opponent will always get a 11 (14-Your roll for a DR, 7-Your roll for a dr). The real problem is if you DR a 7, due to the Pauli exclusion principle both your and opponent's dice cannot occupy the same quantum state, so if you DR a 7 your opponents dice disappear out the window/door at the speed of light. So don't use the same container with quantum dice.
 
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Quark dice?

Quark dice are fine for 2D6 ("DR") or 3D6, but as they are always confined in Bayrons or Mesons you can never roll 1D6 ("dr"), you will need a Lepton die.

Oh, I almost forgot, due to confinement you cannot view one die from the other and due to the nature of Quark-Gluon interactions their colour charges constantly change.
 
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The many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics implies there's a universe where every single ASL DR is snake-eyes. Imaging the whining about the dice-bot in that universe.
 

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Indeed, probably an infinite number of them. The multiverse is a bitch.
 
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