I’d say it’s not a bug, but “an acceptable edge case” (AAEC)
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Well, as a person who suffers from depression, bipolar, and anxiety, I don’t feel attacked. I like it, actually. It’s his best skin, maybe tied with the Talon epic skin. I don’t really see a reason to be upset. He’s a villain. They’re not saying all mentally ill people are like him. They have a host of villains who…
So does you and your posts like-count.
Homie. The types of armor and weapons used consist of things that were used 800 years apart. You don’t see historical armor and weapon buffs throwing a fucking hissy fit and demanding a toggle so that all armor is from 1432 exactly. And let’s not even joke like the game is even approaching realism in other sectors,…
It sounds like you heard that quote and decided it was smart without understanding what it meant.
That’s not what socialism is.
Also, you know Andrew Ryan is a villain, right?
WoW’s auction house has been taking a cut of all sales since at least 2005, potentially even from launch in 2004. I’m sure as you say there are even earlier examples from MMOs of an auction fee. While Fallout 76 certainly seems to have its issues, people complaining about Bethesda implementing a system other games…
People drove taxis as a job. Stop blaming the poor and start blaming corporations.
Side gigs still pay employees minimum wage.... So while I don’t fully understand your point, I just want to clarify that these people do indeed have a job, they drive for Uber. They would just like this job to be treated like almost every other job. Only an idiot wouldn’t get that.
First ive seen it