You guys are able to nitpic the least important things omg... Sometimes I just can't believe the Magic community, every format is like this. Wow.
I'm finishing the podcast tomorrow and must say I had a great week, full of ideas. Thanks for the work guys. 6 hours must've been tiresome. I'm glad you took the time and I'm looking forward to more! And as I said many times before, please don't wait to make content only during spoiler season (although I love them).
@nedleeds You can do whatever you want to YOUR deck, but if someone even thinks of riffle shuffling my decks, that simply won't be allowed to happen.
PS: You guys realize JACO does that to his opponents decks, AFTER they shuffled the deck, right? I mean, he's not doing that to his own deck (that would be considered not enough randomization and cheating). You know that, right? And if you do, what's the issue? I fail to understand the complaining.
I'm 90% going to make the psycho drive from long Island at like 3am on the 15th for vintage and return to LI sat night. My likelihood of doing this will increase drastically if I have someone to go with. Respond or PM me if interested!
I think that there is a bug in the site whereby if a post is deleted it doesn't detract from the total number of posts in the thread. It's also possible that there is another unrelated but that is causing the number of posts as counted and the number of actual posts to be in disagreement such that one is incorrect. The net result is that going to the last post in the thread either by using the end key or by clicking the pop-up that takes you to the last post in the thread instead takes users to a blank page.
If I manually enter the post number I want to skip to in the url I can find the actual last post based on the last post number minus one but it still not the correct number for the last post since the post count in the thread is apparently wrong. If I dial the post number back far enough in the url (by about 4) it will eventually catch it and dial it back to the actual last non-deleted post number which appears to be the post count minus the number of deleted posts minus half that number again.