Random question of the day:
Do you think that the Tiger Electronic Games shouldn't have been made?
Yeah. AVGN claimed those things were the poverty version of handheld gaming, and that for a lot of people, it was either that or nothing, and that nobody minded.I loved those things as a kid because they were so cheap in stores and I couldn't really afford things like a DS or a PSP. Granted, my mom did buckle down and decided to start buying those things for me and my sister, but for awhile I definitely didn't own any handhelds besides one of these.
I don’t personally watch the show. From what I’m told of it, at least some episodes have some some interesting points. I’ve never been a big fan of those “let’s convey our points by doing bad shit and let the people outside puzzle out our intentions” approach, though.Random question of the day:
Is South Park really as good of a social satire as people make it out to be?
Nah, at least not anymore.Random question of the day:
Should Reddit be outlawed?
Neither of which is illegal though.Because 90% of its content is faked and some subreddits are nothing but lies and smear campaigns.
Yeah, reddit is full of bubbles, but making it illegal is excessive if not outright impossible. Furthermore, discerning which are which is an effort which proves time and time again to not be something any one entity can discern. I agree that much there sucks, especially these latest policies I'm hearing about, explicitly giving people permission to post hateful content against people quote "in the majority". Nonetheless, dumb and worrysome though it might be, reddit is still a private entity and relatively fringe. I wouldn't call it a public forum the way something like facebook or twitter clearly are.Because 90% of its content is faked and some subreddits are nothing but lies and smear campaigns.
Can I ask for the source on that statement?
hold up, hold up. Aren't they banning a bunch of hateful stuff?
I'll PM blueblooded and Deliquent to not clog this thread. Apologies Alexneus.People, please keep casual conversation to PMs or other threads. Don't want too much of it clogging up this thread.
I would say yes and that this is true for most cultural products (including video games); most art mirrors the conditions and ideologies of the artist and (one could argue) its viewers- so i would say that all art has ideological aspects to them, however directly or indirectly.Does a developer's work reflect their moral viewpoints (Example: Toby Fox > Undertale)?