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I was looking for a cool game to play earlier today and stumbled upon Commander Keen: Aliens Ate My Babysitter. I hadn't played it for ages, but when I entered the first level, it was like coming home. Stange how some games can do that to you. I deceided to play the levels on hard (instead of medium or easy), so that means a lot of saving. This reminded me of a conversation I had with Tjerk a while ago. I mentioned that it would be cool if you could have a save feature for real life. That way you could do whatever you want, and if it didn't work out, you could just go back to a previous save. He then mentioned that you should live your life like you could save anyway. Very zen, don't you think?