The thing that gets me is these are the same people who call US too easily offended and triggered.
I mean, pornhub has done more progressive stunts and awareness campaigns of value, than anything half of these groups will ever do in their lives.
Considering, for example, the mere existence of gay people in games has some people crying “political!”, I don’t think those people are being reasonable.
Imagine being so insecure that a fake woman holding a position of authority in a videogame made you uncomfortable. I'm not at all surprised that their celebacy is involuntary.
to add. the way gamers and “nerd culture “ people act anymore, if anyone asks what my hobby is, I just say i watch porn, becasue at this point, its the LESS EMBARRASSING FAN-BASE I BELONG TO
oh fuuuuck this.
Hey, remember that we’re in the United States, and we can call him a fat, orange, demented piece of shit who doesn’t actually represent this country’s actual values because we don’t live under a dictatorship.
He’s not the president for all Americans. He has solely pandered to his base and his funders (big coal, big oil, etc.) and blatantly refuses to be a president for all.
The “black Kenyan muslim” has been your President for 8 years.
I always wondered how these lifted trucks were even legal. They tend to crack down hard on “stanced” and “imports” here but for some reason lifted trucks get a pass? I think that their bumper height alone makes them more of a danger on the road. My car will definitely stop before theirs can in an emergency and their…
Urban millennial here, who is actually interested in buying a premium motorcycle in the next few years: Harleys are tainted in our demographic.
Miata illegally passes over a double yellow on blind turns and almost causes a head on collision? Maybe that’s what was wrong with it? I dunno though, I’m just a human being with eyes.
I’ll take four pedals.
I want to buy one of these, and then drive it into a ditch so fast it ends up on its roof.
You can’t possibly be serious.
As somebody who works in the automation industry, I can 100% back up your claim. It’s not necessarily what people want to hear, but it’s also the reality of manufacturing in the US.
It’s a nice sentiment, but the reality is that extra $650 would likely go toward purchasing a shiny new robot, rather than employing a fellow American.
These people have all been fired.