It’s funny, seeing all these people trying to calm the masses with the promise of “independence”, and even funnier that people are falling for it. Just months after Google’s acquisition and subsequent promise to operate as a separate business of Motorola Mobility, Google began a spree of massive changes to the multi-million user company. Including large restructuring of the company, laying off over 30% of all employees, and even selling about a fifth of the entire company. Don’t think Yahoo! is the same?...
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It was over before it even started. Tumblr has been sold for $1.1 billion.
First of all, are you implying that a conspiracy involving the CIA is completely out of the question? That would be a very ignorant thing to say. Secondly, comedy is tragedy. All tragic events, regardless of time passed or bloodshed, i.e., a chicken getting run over while crossing the road to the holocaust, will eventually and always be joked about, whether you are offended by it or not. While it’s not a particularly good thing, it is the basis of almost all comedy, and it is going to happen. Whining on...
Stop posting. You are an idiot.
Lock this thread. It is not appropriate for KnowYourMeme’s thirteen year old target audience.
http://vidyagaemawards.com/ The /v/GAs begin in about three hours. Are you hype enough?
Can we just delete JFF now I feel that this thread has really said it all
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ITT: Everyone posts games they like that aren’t underrated at all.
Someone who is willing to attempt an Arnold Schwarzenegger impression during intercourse.
There is no indication that specifies what the karma system should be used for. It is not regulated and people may use it as they wish. If you don’t like it, get over it.
Remember, whining fixes everything.
Coily lacks the ability to reason like most people here. I think we could see that, but it’s just awkward to come out and say it. Did Verbose just call Coily a retard?
They dont know that its illegal for their child to be playing a game with a high restriction. That’s because it isn’t illegal. It wouldn’t be illegal after this bill, either.
Still, a good example. The only major retailer I know of that doesn’t require photo ID to buy M-rated games is Best Buy. The only places this bill would possibly “hurt” is off-brand markets such as Game Xchange. As children usually require a parent’s money to purchase these games anyway, I fail to see how this could harm the revenue of the industry or retailers. @Coily SnakeI’ve seen bills just like this appear before, quite a few of them actually, and guess what’s happened to them. All of them struck...
I don’t understand, you’re saying that not allowing children to purchase a video game not intended for their age group will hurt retailers? This is like saying that the law that children must have adult supervision (whom must have a photo ID) to watch R-rated content in a cinema hurts movie theaters. It doesn’t.