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  1. Now a little disclaimer before the mods close the door on this topic. This is NOT about piracy and I would expect any post drawing any attention to sites that allow access to illegal ROM's or BIOS' to be deleted and rightly so. I'm posting this topic because there are points and purposes to emulators that have nothing to do with piracy. The first one I'll point out is preserving gaming history. There are games that were released on older platforms and arcades that now cannot be played in any other way... Unless you have access to the original hardware but that won't last forever. Game's (including demo's like PT) should be archived and be playable because they are part of our culture. With the gaming industry moving more and more into the realms of DRM and digital distribution aspects of this piece of our cultural heritage is a greater risk than ever of being reduced or lost completely. The only way to save it is through emulation. The second is that despite continuous complaint's for publishers, there are game's that they are not making and most likely will never make any money on, often through willful negligence. One example would be Ubisoft and Driver San Francisco. This is considered to one the best if the THE best game in the franchise despite not being a huge commercial hit. To this day Ubisoft do not distribute the game on any platform, not even on their own UPlay storefront on PC. There have even petitions from fans asking Ubisoft to release the game on UPlay but they have refused. So unless you have an original disc there is no way to buy the game outside the second hand market which generates Ubisoft no revenue anyway. So should one really feel guilty about playing this game through other means? It is Ubisoft that continue to slam the door shut on it. The third being that emulators by themselves are not illegal. It all depends on how you get the ROM's. There are exceptions but these are mostly older games that can no longer be purchased by any legitimate means. So if there is no way for the publisher to make money off the game anyway is it really wrong to download and/emulate it for free? Well that's my two cents, how about you? Do you use them and if so which ones? Post but of course keep it clean.
    4 points
  2. There is no such thing as security online. Even if you surf the surface web through TOR and use a VPN, you're still not secure. Someone is always watching, and hackers are getting more and more skilled every minute. The pentagon, FBI, and CIA have all been hacked more than once. And their infrastructure is some of the most heavily guarded and well protected in the world. If their top secret files were released to the public, that would constitute treason on the part of the one who leaked them, and would warrant an immediate "kill on sight" execution to prevent further leakage. There's most likely some government asshole (🖕fuck you you bastard🖕) who's watching me type this right now. They have programs designed and built specifically for them that allow them to watch people online in real time. They use specific terms to search for and spy on what they deem to be suspicious activity or suspicious sites. I doubt they care much about a video game forum, as they probably think we're all a bunch of angsty 12 year olds. But there's nothing they can't do. And there's nothing they won't do.
    4 points
  3. DC

    Milestone Thread

    75,000 forum posts by the end of July? That would be very impressive. I must say the forum has been quite active the past 2-3 weeks. Thanks all for your contributions and continued support!
    3 points
  4. I remember that if i wanted to run Mad Max on pc, i had to change the time on my pc to the chinese timezone LOL, the game kept refusing to start and i kept searching in forums till i came across this solution that made absolutely no sense, but it actually works. did you encounter anything similar?
    3 points
  5. Same here - I saw that some media outlets called it "innovative". I was confused because nothing about this game screens innovative in any way shape or form. Mobile gaming for the most part is an absolute cesspool. I mean it had a great start in the 2011-2014 period where there were great games with pretty good storytelling and action. But since then, it's just fallen sharply off a cliff and will never recover.
    3 points
  6. I would think this should be something that the parents choose for their families and not something that any government should impose. Yes, children's brains and health are at risk if they are constantly are glued to a video game. But parents should be the ones who step in and set boundaries.
    3 points
  7. @Reality vs Adventure I don't wanna defend the Chinese Government (trust me, I REALLY don't), but you haven't quite got the full context to this. Gaming addiction is a pretty serious problem in China, more so than it is in the west. Part of the reason for this is that most don't own a gaming console or PC of thier own, instead they go to 24 hour internet café's. So when you consider that people including children are gaming and spending in a public space, with pretty much no supervision... I think you start to see the problems. There are people that have legitimately lost their lives in those kind of places after gaming for litteraly days at a time. It's not such a problem if the people, particularly children are at home like they trypicaly would be over here where that can be supervised or at least have somone knock on the door once in a while. I'm not saying the Chinese Government won't abuse this, they fucking obviously will, but I can see a point to it.
    3 points
  8. You need to read between the lines when it comes to documents like this. It's not about banning racial prejudice but about stopping people from being educated about it, it's literal censorship of history. It's the very kind of ignorance and lack of understanding of other people that increases tension on topics like race in first place. Let's use World War 2 and Nazi Germany as an example. What if the history of Germany in the 1930's was never taught in schools? Most people wouldn't know or understand how Adolf Hitler, a man was openly antisemitic and anti-democratic came into power. His motivations for going to war with the rest of Europe and organising a genocide wouldn't be widely understood. It might be uncomfortable at times but it's very important to learn about it because if future generations don't learn these things they will be doomed to make the same mistakes. That's why this kind of legislation is a bad idea. You don't educate people properly (especially about history) if you cherry pick just the facts that glorify or demonize the subject in the way suits a certain agenda. You need to be honest and truth is America was built of the back of slaves. The Native American tribes cheated out of their land and slaughtered by European settlers. All Americans with the exception of those descended from those tribes are descended from immigrants or slaves. It wasn't even that long ago the that black people in America had to fight for basic human rights. I don't understand why anyone would think prohibiting educator's from teaching about these kind of events would do anything other than spread ignorance, confusion and isn't blatantly disrespectful.
    3 points
  9. Vertical. It offers more surface area to dispel heat.
    3 points
  10. Anytime we post here, @DC has our IP addresses. If he wanted to, he could use them to track us down to our physical address. It's like that on all forums. He even said so in some of the bid for rewards offers. He said he would check our IP's to make sure we had visited whatever page to get the extra points. I don't know if @Shagger can see them or not since he's a mod and not an admin. I don't know a lot about how Invision forums work as I've never owned, or been staff, on one either. But after more than 2 years here, I know by now that both of them are trustworthy with things like this. @DC also has my physical address as some of the stuff I've won in auctions was physical items that had to be shipped to me. So far no fanboys have shown up on his behalf, so it seems all good.
    3 points
  11. killamch89

    Gaming and self-esteem

    I totally agree mate - or else we'll just be like those people who rage over games and destroy their electronics.
    2 points
  12. DC

    Are forums dead?

    It's primarily due to alternative forms of social media and interaction like Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, heck just about anywhere. But the primary reasons for forums dying are Facebook Groups and Discord. With that being said, there are many great forums still around (like VGR) and forums are here to stay, especially if they offer mobile access and compatibility.
    2 points
  13. He's right @skyfire. You could generate a list of "indie" games and include Skyrim, Grand Theft Auto 4 and The Witcher 3 and it would be perfectly valid.
    2 points
  14. No, independent only means that they are operating without a third party publisher. CD Project Red is an independent studio and they have hundreds of employees. It's a common misconception, the term "independent" has absolutely nothing to do with the size or scale of the business.
    2 points
  15. I actually started writing this post on a topic that @Patrik entitled Fixes that make no sense, but still fixed your game, but I soon realised that it was going a little to far off topic. I still think this is a killer story that apparently few people know about, especially for some of the older gamers and retro gamers like @The Blackangell, so I decided to finish the post anyway and share it as a new thread. This is the story of how I believe censorship forced Nintendo to downgrade thier console to some of thier customers. The world is divided in many ways. In terms of technology, one of the ways the world is divided is by the Analogue Colour Encoding system engineered for television sets and video recorders. This splits the world into three regions, PAL NTSC and SECAM. Any gamer around in the 80's and 90's will know this system all too well, but is not as immediately prevalent with the more region free gaming world we have now. The map below shows what countries are set to what. I live in the UK, so as you can see that is in the PAL region. Back in the day, without having the right game copy for the right console to go with the right TV in the right part of the world, it simply wouldn't work. There is a lot of stuff to say about this system on it's own, but with the basics covered I'll just get to the point. In the 70's/80's (at least where I grew up), most game consoles connected to your TV through the same kind of connection you would use for an aerial (Called an AF Socket). The NES was like that, for example. In the 90's, things moved on to other types of connections such as AV, SCART and Super Video that would offer stereo sound and a better, more stable picture. The SNES had such connectivity, more specifically an AV slot (The rectangular port near the middle of the console). This is a step up, as you would expect with a next generation console. For reference sake, this is what an AV cable looks like. The slim, black connecter at one end to go into the console with the three other cables to connect to the TV being Right Audio, Left Audio and Video. This is where things, and by that I mean Nintendo, get weird. The next system was the Nintendo 64, one of my very favourite consoles ever and I'd defend it to hills, but the process of connecting it to your TV was a bit bizarre. It had an AV slot, just like the SNES (The port numbered 1 in this picture. The massive recess containing port 2 was to hold the power brick. I guess Nintendo didn't want a brick on the power cable itself but still wanted it easily removed from the console for this design, but whatever); And this port was thier on the PAL version of the console, but you couldn't connect it to your TV with as AV cable like you could with the NES because it wouldn't work, Instead you got this fun little bugger included with your console; And what was it for you ask? To convert the AV socket so you could plug in an AF Aerial cable into your console then plug that into your TV. Like we were doing with the ATARI 2600 and NES over a decade earlier... yeah... As far as I know, this "feature" was exclusive to the PAL version of the console. Everybody else got to use an AV cable akin with the NES. In fact, it was literally the exact same AV cable. This is like if PAL region PS4 owners were forced to use a SCART cable to connect thier PS4's to thier TV's whereas everyone else got to use HDMI. Why did they do this? Well, look back at the map I posted and you will notice that Australia is part of the PAL region. Australia was, and in many ways still is, something of a nanny state when it comes to video games. The Australian authorities weren't very happy that games and versions of games that they didn't approve off were being played in that country. People were able to buy these games simply by making trips oversees to the likes of America, Japan, the Philippines and Indonesia to buy them during the life cycles of the NES and SNES. These places were cheap to get to and/or were frequent travel spots for Australians anyway, so this was economical. It didn't matter the games were region coded, people found ways to break them quite easily on those consoles despite Nintendo's best efforts. Fearing this happening again, not to mention fearing the Australian authorities, Nintendo came up with a cunning idea. The messed around with the video output of the PAL console so it had far less electrical resistance as the other versions. This resulted in a video signal that would oversaturate your TV, showing as almost entirely white screen, making the AV cable useless. The converter box itself was also designed to not let the 50Hz signal from an NTSC or SECAM game pass through it, only the 60HZ signal based tech' of a PAL copy of the game. So even if the console or game was cracked so a non PAL version of the game could play on said console, it still wouldn't work. You have to admire how cleaver this really was. So the naughtily Aussie gamers with thier naughty foreign games had no choice but to only play the games mummy Australia approved off, and ruined the lives everyone else in the PAL region in the process Years later, this makes the PAL version of the console a nightmare to hook up to modern TV's. AF signals are just too weak to transmit to them. The signal being transmitted to the screen refreshes slower than the screen itself creating a "flash" between static and the game signal. You still can't use the AV cable either because of how the console was tampered with. An AV cable that's been specifically modified to have the same electrical resistance on the video output as the audio outputs (only the video output was tampered with buy Nintendo) will allow the console to actually work. I learned this the hard way trying to get my N64 to work a few years ago. So that's the story. I can only imagine what would happen if Nintendo or any game company tried to pull this shit today. I actually believe that the only got away with it back then because the internet, at least as we know it, didn't really exist. I did successfully verify this a few years back but I remember it being a nightmare to do so, I can't remember how and I just can't be bothered doing so again. But of course, if any of the things I've said are incorrect please tell me.
    2 points
  16. Haha, exactly. I absolutely understand how you feel and it's an individual differences thing and there is absolutely nothing wrong with feeling that way.
    2 points
  17. He might be a veteran but also responsible for some of the biggest misteps at bioware. Like the red green and blue ending for ME3, and the consequent artistic integrity excuse for doubling down on it instead of improving it. Also it was under his leadership that they wasted time for years with no clear direction and then had to wrap up both ME:Andromeda and Anthem in basically 18 months after EA stepped on their collective necks.
    2 points
  18. The majority I think overestimate their abilities. It's like that in most aspects of life. In my opinion it's a humility and modesty issue. If you're a master at a game, you're free to admit it. But if you suck, don't boast about your ability when you have none. I can't play a guitar (yet) so I can't go around boasting about my "ability". I know everything about the game play of Zelda Link To The Past (SNES) so I'm free to admit that. In my case I know a little about a lot and a lot about a little. But the former would be the bigger category.
    2 points
  19. It happens with me when I play in Multiplayer mode. When opponents starts bullying for getting defeated, it makes me angry, and I play even harder to regain my self confidence. 😊
    2 points
  20. Drawing. I can't even draw a half decent stick figure. I love to try, but everything I come up with looks like something an infant would come up with.
    2 points
  21. I don't think I'll ever be sold on mobile gaming. As far as I can tell it's all greedy, microtransaction fueled trash designed by people who simply couldn't care less about storytelling, artistic expression or fun gameplay.
    2 points
  22. It boggles my mind how well received it was with gaming press. Ah, well. Ce la vie, I guess. Different strokes for different folks!
    2 points
  23. DC

    Milestone Thread

    70,000 forum posts surpassed. Onwards to 80,000!
    2 points
  24. There's no force wielded by man nor God that will convince me (With the exception of puzzle games, kid's/educational games and some forms of strategy and platformer. Multiplayer is also an obvious exception to this as well.) that a game having one difficulty setting is a good thing. People have the right to play games the way they want to, but there's more to it than that. I can't think of many games with one difficulty that were too easy, at least no recently, but the flaw with them is obvious. With the exception of interactive narratives like Life is Strange or a Tell-tale game, a game with no challenge has no reason to exist. If there's no challenge, there's no tension and the gameplay is almost completely pointless and will inevitably get boring very quickly. Games that are made to be hard with no alternant difficulty settings are no better. Take Daemon Souls, a game veteran members may know I despise. I despise it not because it's hard, but because it's cheep, but that's another rant and not the important part here. A side effect of the obsession with difficulty lead to an RPG with a dull colour palate, uninspired design, little story that was impossible to get immersed in anyway because one spent so much time repeating the gameplay. The gameplay itself was tedious and with controls that deliberately crippled the player and the game, in it's infinite arrogance, wouldn't even let you pause, all to support a completely pointless online mechanic. The game became comprised in other aspects because of how From Software obsessed with just making a game as difficult as they could and the fans let them get away with it because they did just that. The game's fans can't admit any flaws in the game or it's sister franchises in Dark Souls and Bloodborne because the game met the low bar that it set for itself. It's hard. Well done From Software, 10/10 obviously. I've been literally kicked of forms and communities that weren't "Soul's" focused just for criticizing the games. For a fanbase that takes such pride it's virility and how they are gods among gamers they really can't take criticism and far to quickly cry to moderators (I hate moderators ). Having difficulty settings that are designed for people who wish to explore the game world, design, graphic, music, narrative, basically everything else other than challenge forces games dev's to focus on those elements instead of being distracted by making a game as difficult (or indeed, as easy) as possible. The question I put forward is, what if From Software has made the game with multiple difficulty options in mind? I believe they would have spread thier focus so other areas of wouldn't have been let down. So I think you see why I believe multiple difficulty options make games better. If Daemon Solus had multiple difficulty options the challenge wouldn't have been lost. All those "Git Gut" pricks would have to do is turn the difficulty up and it would better as the game mechanics wouldn't have have so cheep and cryptic by design. My least favourite thing it does is the effect it has on people. People can get so arrogant when they master a game that the loose sight of what gaming is meant to be. Few people are better people when they get to that kind of level. They mostly just lord over others and don't offer constructive advice at all. Soul's fans are, by far, the worst. You can't look for advice on a related forum, reddit or social media on these kinds of games without encountering some extreme toxicity and it's the games own obsession with how hard it is that's the route cause. "Git Gut" has even become a traditional meme to dismiss other people seeking advice. I'm not painting every Soul's fan with the same brush here, there are just as many if not more perfectly nice and civilised people out there who play those games, but the assholes are loud and unavoidable, so that community should be avoided.
    2 points
  25. Shagger

    Let's discuss emulation.

    You're spot on with this. I've talk about Abandonware on the forums before that pretty much exists to preserve unsupported games. Not all of the games on thier need to be emulated of course, but there are a lot that do, especially older games. However, just because a game is older, don't assume that it's legal to download a ROM for it. A lot of such games at still sold, so obviously downloading a ROM is likely not legal. Then there is situation where publishers and the owners of IP's don't sell them, but get petty with thier copyright. I completely understand the moral justification to download such games, but it doesn't change the fact that posting links to such ROM or websites that host them won't be permitted here. Emulation is important though, like you said. Without it many games would simply perish and be lost. So of course this topic will remain open and I encourage people to share what emulators they use. and discuss emulation in in general. Just a few parameters for me, as a mod, to set. Do; Discuss and link to your favourite emulators and post instructions for others on how to use them. Ask what emulators are recommend for the games you have. If by any chance that game has been acquired by means that may not be legal, keep that you yourself. Respect that this topic is about emulation, not piracy, so stick to the topic at hand. Feel free to discuss emulation in general without posting anything specific if you wish. Post links to legal sites to download game files, such as the aforementioned Abandonware and digital storefronts. Don't Link to illegal ROM's nor any website that hosts them, as previously stated. Link to software or post instructions with the purpose to crack or hack games to bypass DRM and other copyright security. Make promotional posts, links to forbidden websites and obviously pirate games and software in accordance with our current Rules and Guidelines. On topic. DOSbox is a great emulator I have use for emulating DOS games, but it can be difficult to use. RetroArch is similar, but with a more modern interface and i feel is easier to use with more compatibility options. That's really about all I use at the moment.
    2 points
  26. The rules of games are simple that's why we can know the exact path to success. The rules of reality are vastly complex, some of which we hadn't even begun to understand. So obviously we can't have the easy formula for success. p.s.: Besides games have clear goals, what is the goal in reality? You set your own goals, and thus you are always in control of your own success.
    2 points
  27. There really aren’t any rules in real life. There are laws which are created by man and always change. Depending on who is in power, those are the rules. And even then people fight wars over those rules. Then there is religion with guidance and principles that people pretend to follow, and people fight wars over. There is a quote in the Assassins Creed games that I love: Nothing is true; Everything is permitted.
    2 points
  28. I got pretty addicted to gaming in my early 20's, partially because I had moved away from all my friends to a pretty anti-social part of Virginia. I ended my addiction by tackling more chores and doing more reading. I don't know if it was a real addiction if I could just cut back like I did though.
    2 points
  29. No. Fuck them. Fuck their entitled attitude. Never tolerate that kind of bullshit.
    2 points
  30. @Steerminator OMG, THIS. Yes, the person who I watch play most often has this same issue. I think anxiety in general often boils down in part to poor self-esteem, so that is a factor here. And you end up with either 1-the person beating themselves up for being bad (when they are often actually just learning and are doing fine), or 2-the person blames the game, because the only way they have learned to feel OK about themselves is to outsource blame and perceive something else as Not OK.
    2 points
  31. I mean look at the definition: "the study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence." No one is ever going to know everything about life, because there are an infinite number of things to learn. But the more you learn, or come to understand, about the world in a philosophical sense, the better off you're likely to be.
    2 points
  32. 2 points
  33. Glad that this joke actually helped you, not actually a joke, but one of many WTF moments you experience as a gamer xD
    2 points
  34. I had an absolute ballache getting Mad Max to run. If I knew it was that easy, I would've done that instead! That made me laugh, thanks Patrik!
    2 points
  35. The first time I heard heavy metal in a video game was with Carmageddon, which used instrumentals from Fear Factory's Demanufacture album. Back then I didn't even really know what heavy metal was but I loved it! But I think the king of heavy soundtracks has to go to Brütal Legend. The whole game from visual design, lore, story and even self-deprecating humour all revolve around heavy metal culture. Then there's the soundtrack which of course fucking rocks! There's over 100 tracks The likes of Testament, Black Sabbath, Iced Earth, Motörhead, Mötley Crüe, Tvangeste, Dark Tranquillity, Megadeath, In Flames, Manowar, Dimmu Borgir, Judas Priest..... It goes on forever!
    2 points
  36. It's the acronym used in reference to Player Unkown's Battlegronds.
    2 points
  37. It seems that the creation engine can only load in one area at a time. Probably because loading in the entire open world with every interior and exterior location would take up far to much memory or might just a limitation of the engine itself. So anytime you're indoors or even in a town it's a different data package to the rest of the open world. So if you for example are playing Skyrim and you go through the doors of Solitude the game wipes the exterior world from memory and loads in Solitude in it's place. Then if you go into the Winking Skeever it wipes Solitude from the memory and loads the internal of the Winking Skeever in its place. There are some engine's (like Ubisoft's Anvil; Assassin's Creed) that can load internal and external areas at once hence you can look outside through a window or an open door but Bethesda's dated software just doesn't seem to work that way. I've said it time and time again that Bethesda need something new. Since Microsoft bought them they could probably use 343's much newer Slipspace, but they seem to stubbornly sticking with what they've got.
    2 points
  38. Probably call. It's more personal and every detail can be discussed quickly and easily. Better than texting back and forth for hours, waiting for a reply, guessing if this or that was meant this or that way, ironic or not, Calling is my preferred way.
    2 points
  39. It would be appreciated if you could add links in new "Gaming News" topics so we can get a greater scope of the story. Here's one article from Push Square. Honestly, I'd hold off on the excitement. Yes, it is difficult to imagine that this would be happening for anything other than a new Silent Hill, but even if this is for a new Silent Hill (and it might not be) keep in mind what happened the last time Konami presented a Kojima game without Kojima;
    2 points
  40. @m76 If you want examples of racism on an institutional level, you only need to open your eyes. You won't find anything on paper that says "no blacks". But you will see blacks passed over for whites because they're black. It is a bone hard fact of the United States that more qualified people of color are passed over because they aren't the "corporate color". I don't know jack shit about computer specs, but I would very likely have a better chance of getting a job at Microsoft in their development than a black man who actually knows what the hell he is doing, simply because I'm white. It's the same in the higher education as well. If you look into the ivies, you will see a very small percentage of the student body that is not white. However more blacks get athletic scholarships than whites do. Some of them because they love the sport, some because they know that there's no way they could go to college without one. First off you have to get accepted. Then you have to either have the money to begin with to pay for your education or qualify for student loans. Another roadblock for people of color. You argue this from a blind spot because you know you're talking out of your ass, but refuse to admit it. It's pathetic.
    2 points
  41. I'm gonna make her play RDR2, so that I can yammer on about it freely!😁
    2 points
  42. Amusement park is to far far away on that matter and day at the beach I see that everydau as I'm 10mins away 😛 THen again whynot both people. have amusement at the beach 😉 solved, closed topic 😜
    2 points
  43. Depends who's paying.
    2 points
  44. @m76 You're pretty damn sure the election was stolen too, aren't you? I'll grant you that you may be talking about what you see in your country. But you haven't the slightest clue what's going on over here. Racial profiling has skyrocketed during the Adolf administration. Racist propaganda was endorsed by Adolf. Not publicly, but it was evident to every American whether they wanted to admit it or not. Everyone who wasn't a straight, white, cis, xtian was on the chopping block. I was on the chopping block. I'm part of the LGBTQ+ community. I'm not a xtian. I'm Satanic. I'm in a wheelchair. The comments I hear from people are enough to make me want to kill. Despicable things. But my family (not by blood) are Hispanic. They were racially profiled the entire time they went out. They would get nervous when they saw a sheriff or state trooper go by because they thought that they were going to be separated and caged due to the policies set up by Adolf. Despite them all being AMERICANS. Systemic racism is rife within this country, and you have no right or privilege to try to say it isn't because YOU DON'T LIVE HERE, HENCE YOU DON'T WITNESS IT.
    2 points
  45. I broke 5,000 posts.
    2 points
  46. I'd like games without Microtransaction systems, well made and finished before launch and are totally bug-free and no hiding content behind a paywall.
    2 points
  47. I can’t speak for anyone but myself, but the reason I play games for so long is because I’m in a wheelchair and on disability. I have nothing but empty time to fill, and games do the trick. I’m stuck sitting on my fat ass all day. But I don’t only play games. I do use my time productively for a couple hours. I’m using Rosetta Stone to learn Spanish at the moment. But I’m still sitting at the same desk that I game on. Very little movement. I have to have my girl exercise my legs because I don’t have the strength to do it myself. But luckily, I know when it’s time to get off the computer. When I get so bored I want to strangle myself, it’s time to shut down.
    1 point
  48. @m76 We have to agree to disagree on every point. Communities of color have not been properly represented by politicians through the years, and as such has left those communities under funded and under represented. Sometimes it is racist to support a white community instead and neglect other communities, and other times it is an indirect consequence of a white politician taking care of their own first. Republicans lack diversity and therefore look out for the interests of who they are familiar with more so than democrats as democrats have more diversity. Lead in the water is one terrifying example of the negligence politicians are to blame for. Republican governor Rick Snyder of Michigan and 8 others were criminally charged this year 2021 for their role in the water crisis.
    1 point
  49. I did not even know that he was in prison in the first place for what,to take his own life at 75 years old and made that good/bad software. OCHhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
    1 point
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