> Jungle = Play literally perfectly, make every correct pathing decision relative to your team and their champions in order to get flamed by someone every game with less game knowledge
> Support = You can literally run it the fuck down and no one cares, it is expected.
So true tbh
Thorin's answer > Kinda says it all that Jankos gets flamed during splits he wins and Hylissang gets praised during splits he loses.
Random user tweet:
> Run it down as a support and the ADC notices. Run it down as a jungle and everyone notices.
> All I understood from this tweet is that Junglers are suffering due to them being overpowered.
> If jungle wasn't overpowered, and their impact wasn't one of the two highest you wouldn't have this problem.
> Therefore Jungle and Support should be nerfed.
IWD conversation with Wickd:
> The point is because TOP/MID/ADC are laning they actually don’t know what the fuck is going on in other lanes for the most part, so they just blame the jungler for a play going wrong with limited knowledge of what happened. People don’t understand the capabilities of the role.
> Let's be honest.
> Due to junglers focusing intensely on PVE'ing they mostly don't know what the fuck is going on in lanes either.
> The reality of the situation is that everyone knows Jungle is broken right now. Therefore a lot of extra unwarranted blame also hits the jungler.
> You completely missed the point of the post. Support is considered really OP but they receive a ton less blame with a role that has insane agency.
> Support is really overpowered, but their direct impact affects less people on a micro level while jungle tends to affect everyone on a micro level.
> Often a lane is won or lost by the Jungler
> The support doesn't impact top and mid as often.
Go ahead, no one cares. I'll start, and while this isn't an active one, it's still embarrassing that I didn't know how to tie things together until I was 19. I'm 22 now btw
> Kings not only owe him a combined $11.5 million after this season but also, according to sources with knowledge of the deal, are unable to stretch those payments out over several years if they fired him.
> While coaching contracts often include this kind of stretch provision, the sources said Walton’s deal that was signed in mid-April 2019 does not. Considering the context here, with the Kings known to have lost approximately $100 million as a result of the pandemic, this will certainly play into the decision-making process. If fired, he would have to be paid in accordance with the original timing of the deal.
Paulo Roberto Nunes Guedes, Brasil's economy minister, requested a tax of 12% on all books. Yes, it's exactly what you just read. Our writers only receive 10% of the profit, and the government wants to gain more than the author. Our country has one of the lowest levels of education, and the price of educational books is around R$ 150 (around $26 dollars) per unit. Can you imagine how many children won't study because there isn't any material to use? Paulo Roberto claims that only the elite reads, and that's true as a consequence of the extremely expensive value. If the poor had a chance of learning and having a higher quality of life, it will be gone. Sorry if I had broken any of the rules, this is my first post. I'll leave a petition on the comments for those that want to read the full problem.
Hi all, not sure if this should actually be in unpopular opinions as I feel like my post below may be a bit controversial. Also, long post ahead, so bear with me.
To dive straight into it, recently I read a post in which a black kpop fan was ranting about her frustration at the sheer amount of colorist/racist comments made by kpop idols--she feels like she is often blindsided by things idols say or do, and even when she does research to make sure the groups aren't "problematic" she still finds shit that turns her off the individual or group. She then goes on to ask why she can't have nice things and why it is so difficult to have the bare minimum of decorum/respect from these public figures.
Now, I have no problems with the core subject of her post (issues of colorism) because 1. everyone agrees and supports BLM, and we still have a long, long struggle ahead of us in terms of justice and equality 2. aside from morals and ethics, idols/agencies are public figures that should be aware of their audiences to a certain extent, regardless of what they actually believe in. What struck me as off was her tone, and it took me a few days to figure out why.
It came down to this--her tone read as both entitled and very western-centric to me. I might get flamed for this, but her post made me realize why I was so uncomfortable with some international non-Asian fans. Often, when I read indictments and cancellations of K-idols, it seems that there is a misunderstanding, in my opinion, that these idols are obligated to know everything about western culture and social issues. Yes, I literally just said that public figures should cater to their international audiences, but that is more from a business perspective than anything. [Maybe I'm jaded, but I'm sure the SK entertainment industries see their international audiences as a market, the same way industries see China as a market to exploit. There's no real prioritization about individual feelings here, let's be real.] It just seems unreasonable to me to judge Asians (not Asian-Americans) who have never lived a day abroad based on purely western ideals/ideas and crucify them without even considering the very different cultural nuances that exist in South Korea (and Asia).
I'm not saying that I don't think idols should be less racist/more culturally aware (I agree that Asia is still VERY backward in terms of their conservatism and view on a lot of other peoples). I am just pointing out that the pure principle of project... keep reading on reddit ➡
I’m back, dipshits.
The amount of whining I’ve heard in the last 24 hours is fucking pathetic, and you should all be ashamed of yourselves and the failures you’ve become. Listening to y’all is worse than the most unenthusiastic, driest, toothiest, herpes-infestedest blowjob on the fucking planet.
Judging by your responses to my last post, most of you are incapable or unwilling to read some simple fucking sentences telling you to go eat dogshit, so I’m going to try out of the goodness of my benevolent heart to bestow wisdom on you grabasstic fuckclowns one more time.
No, we did not squeeze yesterday and we did not squeeze today. As I said previously, THAT’S FUCKING OKAY. It’s ok for me personally because I didn’t invest more than I could afford to lose unlike some of you useless bottomfeeders. It’s also ok for me personally because, while the theory about the call options did not come true, that was just one of a ton of elevating factors that I’m using to determine whether a squeeze can rip the microtesticles off of the hedge funds.
Now before I continue I want to make something crystal clear to you, twinkletits. I am not and nor have I advised that any of you should buy, that any of you should hold, or that any of you should pussy out and panic sell like the drooling bitches I know you are. That would be financial advice, and even though I struggle to stuff my massive dick into my pants every morning, I’m not a financial advisor. Financial advisors cost a shitload of money per hour, more than you or your wife’s six boyfriends can afford, the dirty little minx. You think one of them would come onto the internet and share their profession for fucking free? Do you also think that plants grow upward because they are seeking the motherfucking word of God?
Here’s your first bit of knowledge: anyone offering you free financial advice and telling you to buy probably already has a sizeable long position, and stands to benefit materially from your dumb asses piling into their pump-and-dump. Anyone telling you to sell probably has a sizeable short position, and stands to rake your moronic asses over the fire because you can’t be bothered to look shit up for yourself. They’re like gas station sushi or your mom telling me I don’t need to use a condom with her cuz she’s clean – I don’t trust that s... keep reading on reddit ➡
Yes, it was horrifically abusive. Yes, being an adult and away from him is the single greatest thing that has ever happened to me. But it all came at a terrible cost.
I survived it once, I could do it again. And with what I know now? This time, I could save my family too.
Maybe it's my penchant for self sacrifice, or the fact that I can be viciously vengeful, but I can even see myself relishing in it. I long believed my purpose in life was to rescue my family from my ndad. And I, being a child, failed spectacularly. There's nothing I wouldn't give for a 2nd chance. Nothing.
EDIT: Just to clarify, I realize this is a popular opinion for a lot of people out there, to get a "Hindsight's 20/20 Do-Over" for things like school, social choices, careers, etc. But for people who had childhood's like we did... not so popular. I understand & respect each opinion shared. I'm surprised to learn that it looks like there are many of you who would put yourself through it again if it meant you could get sweet, sweet vengeance. I f*cking love this community.
Just what the title says. Without getting into too much detail i got black out drunk and did cocaine. Now while I don't do cocaine on a daily basis, I used to do it on a weekly basis and now whenever I drink I do coke. And I find ways to hurt/shame myself. That happened late Saturday night/early Sunday morning.
I was high and was going to kill myself after I took an uber to a prostitutes home. I entered the home and realized immediately I didn't want to be there. I apologized and walked out. the escort texted me my real name and that they know who I am She (a transfemale) said that I should come back, that I didn't pay. I felt threatened but I panicked and went back in. She insisted we go into the room and I complimented her on her looks (she could probably tell I was trying to save face) and said I am sorry but now that I am here I am not interested but I was scared because she knew my name ( I did not admit this to her) so I gave her the money. She then said she feels threatened and that I should leave. I immediately walked out. I called my older brother crying and begging for help. He rushed over and brought me home. The first step needed for me is sobriety. I hate how I let him and myself down. I have lost years of my life to this.
I cried to my brother he cried to me. Said how his life and my mothers life would be ruined if I ever hurt myself. He wants to help me be sober. I was on such a good path last few weeks and right when things get better I start using again and fuck everything up. That was my rock bottom.
Anyone in recovery? Anyone deal with intense shame, paranoia? and regret? Or just any words of encouragement or comfort would work. Thanks.