We live-streamed our second annual Canadian conference of Citizens' Climate Lobby, a day of speeches, with a very interesting panel discussion. Unfortunately, YouTube has muted the entire seven-hour recording because our DJ played music during our lunch break, and YouTube alleges this to be a copyright violation.
- Tagged Mystery Meat as candy.
- The Apothecary's jaw is no longer detached from his face.
- You can now skin humans
- colonists no longer walk really, really far to butcher things
- Stopped zombies from interrupting your sleep to ask if they can help you with something
- Enchiladas have been completely retooled to be more user friendly and faster to prepare
- stopped vampires from pinning their crimes on babies and children
- Turkeys no longer bounce when they contact water
- All byzantine emperors will now have clothes regardless of what DLCs are enabled.
- eldritch transformation cannot be interrupted
- Lowered McFly's float rate and fixed references to missing Heather.
- Players can no longer suicide when in a Bumper Car
- Farmer's mouths no longer stretch.
- issue with Ghosts possessing Grills, that would cause them to open the grill, examine the contents, close the grill, and then jump in
- Wearing Speedos with certain coats no longer causes legs to disappear.
- Spitter's "Acid Spray" now originates from the mouth.
- You can no longer eat your own belt by right-clicking it.
- Corpses and graves can no longer be used as storage
- Provost should no longer hate you in California if he hated you in Arizona.
- Fixed an issue which could cause filth stacks to be applied to players who are no longer standing in filth.
- Killbots bleed.
- Extra Feet now makes you walk normal on all surfaces.
- Critically failing Animal Whisperer on Satan works now.
- Jimmy the Chisel once again has a jaw.
- Turtles can now be killed by repeatedly hitting shell (although hitting them in head is much quicker)
- Danzig now exists as a core from the start
- Pickup invisible kidney in bathroom bug
- Tantruming dwarves perform dozens of fistfights/throws in a second
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This is a gigantic pain in the ass, but probably worth the time.
Update: Here's another list.