Yup. That’s the number that’s up there.
It’s not photoshopped. At least I don’t think so. Raymond Davidson linked it to me.
The number ends with a 6 and not a zero, on a game that ends scores with zero. So what does THAT mean? Did we go past 32-bit, beyond ludicrous speed and go to plaid?
The fact that the number is shown on the screen, and there is room on the left and right sides of it, scares me mathematically.
How did this happen?
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