I think Borderlands 3 is a game I can only enjoy watching others play.
I think Twitch has ruined me, honestly. But a lot of games anymore, when played- I can feel the "skinner box" of them very quickly and my brain loses all interest.
But if I watch someone else play it for some reason I avoid that feeling, because I'm not the one in the box.
So weird. But it's just true. How I feel when gaming is changing as time goes... evolving.
Culled my music library and removed the majority of artists that I've come to find had some pretty questionable ties / associations to terrible people.
It sucks that some of the best music in certain genres ends up being created by bad people. I thought for the longest time I could separate art and artist, but I'm not so sure I'm comfortable with that anymore.
It's been an internal debate for a long time and while I've found what I think is a good line to draw for myself, I still am not sure.
- kludged-together clusterfuck
- many decisions were made to keep compatibility with old versions despite that not really making sense
- a whole lot of arcane logic that only makes sense if you really drive into the history of it
- bad to do math in
- basically everyone needs to know it at least a little
- lingua franca because the predominant powers on Earth just so happen to use them
The trade war will result in basically zero production moving to the US. It's fucking dumb.
Production will just move to other cheap countries.
No problem will be solved and things will (at least temporarily) be more expensive.
What a fucking waste of policy and time, but what can we expect from the bumbling anti-intellectuals that run this country
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