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7:02 AM
A computer game is, by far, one of the most difficult product to create. Your audience, when they are vocal, are pubescent teens. They will insult you to the ends of the earth. They really have no idea what they want, and if you give them exactly what they want, they will not be responsible for the consequences of it. They will also constantly try to cheat when you interact with other players, so the amount of security needed is absurd. Then you have many people who want your game for free, so that's another layer of security. I love playing games. I don't want to make them... — Nelson 23 secs ago
#8851 Nelson (730 rep) | A: How can I convince my brother to take up programming? (score: 44) | posted 556 days ago by inappropriateCode (922 rep) | edited 553 days ago by inappropriateCode (922 rep) | Toxicity 0.32136896 | Comment on inactive post | tps/fps: 0/0
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7:26 AM
Probably not enough for an answer but I would say that you talk about how you found the place rather than who you found the place with. — R.Joshi 1 min ago
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8:33 AM
I agree to a certain extent. I feel that if I constantly tell "with a friend of mine" or "with that friend I told you about" it will introduce more confusion, and sooner or later she will ask who is that friend I'm constantly talking about, which leads to the initial question. I think it's impossible to completely hide all other people you've done things with, I don't want to come off as a solitary maniac. — Colonder 1 min ago
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10:52 AM
I think you should be asking yourself how serious this relationship is if you feel you can talk to random strangers about this but can't talk to your girlfriend about it. — Michael Kay 2 mins ago
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3:08 PM
"the company has already positioned itself in the political spectrum by putting the stuff up in the first place". You are basically saying that if you ever showed support for a given cause, you must do it in the exact fashion every day of the year. I disagree. We sometimes help the campaign of the local homeless agency too. But we cannot do this all year around, with every single cause out there. Again, if we spend time, energy and other resources (space, public image, etc) on many causes, these end up being a distraction from our core value production. We must, in the end, make money. — johstone 34 secs ago
#22420 johstone (36 rep) | A: How to ask my office to remove the pride decorations without appearing anti-LGBTQ? (score: 0) | posted 23 minutes ago by lucasgcb (153 rep) | edited 13 minutes ago by lucasgcb (153 rep) | Toxicity 0.0834875 | tps/fps: 0/0
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6:35 PM
I agree. Political involvement of a company is a permanent thing across the entire year. From history, remember increasingly mandatory decoration of buildings (even corporate) on the rise of nazi Germany or in communist Soviet Union. How would one protest against removal of swastikas or red stars and stay unharmed? If there is a new ideology on the rise, any protesters have problem, what is a confirmed by hundreds of preserved stories. So the answer "You don't" is the most helpful when the OP wants to go with masses, get their monthly wage and save themselves from inevitable harm. — miroxlav 38 secs ago
#22420 miroxlav (601 rep) | A: How to ask my office to remove the pride decorations without appearing anti-LGBTQ? (score: 3) | posted 3 hours ago by lucasgcb (191 rep) | edited 3 hours ago by lucasgcb (191 rep) | Toxicity 0.25496665 | tps/fps: 0/0
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7:25 PM
#22414 D┼żuris (536 rep) | Q: How to ask my office to remove the pride decorations without appearing anti-LGBTQ? (score: 12) | posted 9 hours ago by johstone (67 rep) | edited 45 minutes ago by Kat (2759 rep) | Toxicity 0.14774314 | tps/fps: 0/0
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9:01 PM
I can only agree and I turned my original supportive comment into a separate answer. — miroxlav 1 min ago
#22420 miroxlav (607 rep) | A: How to ask my office to remove the pride decorations without appearing anti-LGBTQ? (score: 9) | posted 6 hours ago by lucasgcb (283 rep) | edited 6 hours ago by lucasgcb (283 rep) | Toxicity 0.07293786 | tps/fps: 0/0
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9:27 PM
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10:22 PM
Just to be clear, the reason you're getting downvoted is that you are comparing support of LGBT rights to support of Facism. They aren't comparable, and you and I both know that. This answer could be "improved" by removing the comparison, but that alone would probably not salvage it and make it a helpful answer. I doubt anyone downvoting you, myself included, really has anything to offer you to that would do so, which is why you're not getting comments. — Tylerelyt 1 min ago
#22424 Tylerelyt (483 rep) | A: How to ask my office to remove the pride decorations without appearing anti-LGBTQ? (score: -4) | posted 3 hours ago by miroxlav (609 rep) | edited 27 minutes ago by miroxlav (609 rep) | Toxicity 0.2963196 | tps/fps: 0/0
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10:50 PM
@lucasgcb, Hanlon's razor says "Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity." I'll modify it to "Never attribute to policy that which can be adequately explained by forgetfulness." Ever looked for something you are already holding onto? Yeah, it's kind of like that. — computercarguy 1 min ago
#22420 computercarguy (361 rep) | A: How to ask my office to remove the pride decorations without appearing anti-LGBTQ? (score: 8) | posted 8 hours ago by lucasgcb (280 rep) | edited 7 hours ago by lucasgcb (280 rep) | Toxicity 0.79816204 | High toxicity | tps/fps: 0/0
 

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