I hate that feeling, I don't know peoples past so I have a tendency to slow down my pace by a significant amount to seem like less of a threat. Especially if it's at night or in a sketchy place.
Edit: Okay, for a few I understand that this viewpoint seems strange or why be anxious about it. I have pretty bad social anxiety and hate crowds and or really awkward or uncomfortable situations. For those who are neurotypical it may be of no concern to you but for those living with mental illness it is a viable concern.
After turning in the Order medallions to Hytham, I read the note on the desk from Hytham's mentor, Mentor Rayhan speaking of Basim's betrayal.
We see that Mentor Rayhan wants to speak in person to Hytham in two summers (2 years) around the time a usual Assassin's Creed comes out. Knowing that there will not be a new release for a couple of years, made me speculate as to what direction they may be heading in.
I believe the next Assassin's Creed follows Hytham and the development of the Hidden Ones in Persia. Seeing how Valhalla takes place before the original Assassin's Creed, I feel the next game will take place in between the two during the time leading up to Assassin's Creed. This will then lead us back into the Crusades.
I apologize if this has been speculated before, I will delete it if that is the case. I have heard the theories about the next game taking us into the third crusade again, which had me thinking of the note left by Mentor Rayhan.
Just cleaned out my case after 1.5 years. It's elevated from the floor, has dust filters and in general rather dust-free environment making "de-dusting" a not so regular task.
1.5 years ago I updated mainboard + CPU to a new AMD Ryzen based built. Obviously cleaned out the case nicely. I immediately realized it's dustier than usually especially around the top-back where I have a 120mm rear and 140mm top exhaust. I proceeded to clean the case and fans, compressed air is your friend and then tested was was pretty obvious. Yes, both fans where actually intakes not exhausts blowing air right back at the CPU cooler (working hard to keep the hot air in).
it's now fixed. never monitored CPU temps so can't talk about that effect but what was immediately obvious is how much more quiet my PC is now. CPU cooler probably not running 100% all the time.
This happened about a week or so ago. SO and I were doing our grocery shopping at the giant store owned by the Waltons, while we were finishing up shopping a tornado warning went out. As we were finishing checking out at the self check employees started trying to get people to go to the middle of the store. We finished paying and started heading for the door, others were still checking out and some people had started going. The door person said we needed to go to the center of the store, we just said "no, we're just gonna leave," and kept walking. The woman called us jerks semi under her breath. We just left the store, loaded the groceries and left. I talked about it with a few coworkers who were mixed about whether we should have stayed or if we were in the right. We had frozen and cold stuff, it's not like the store was going to replace stuff we had paid for if we had to sit in the middle of the store for an hour, that has happened before and that's how long it took.
Edit: there was no touchdown, the areas labeled as potentially in the path were at the far side of the county from where we were, 20ish miles away and moving away from us, we were not in the storms path.
Deadmans isn't a problem because it makes people too tanky it's an issue because along with Stridebreaker it lets people engage and stick on targets too easily.
I can't understand why we keep nerfing tanks tankiness. It's like the balance team is made up of edgelord 5 year olds and think all tank players care about is doing eye popping burst and leading the damage charts at the end of games. Who cares about things like creating space for your teams carries or getting off the great game winning engage, nope tank players don't care about doing any of this all they want is more damage, who cares if tanks are now made of paper with Champs like Diana and Evelynn running around. Who cares that MR itemization is a disgrace to the point it's not even worth buying.
As we all know tank players just want to join league of one shots. Champs like Garen and Darius aren't a problem because they're too tanky, they're a problem because they're no longer kitable and deal far too much damage when allowed to stick on a target.
Champs like Chogath and Sion are the only fun tanks anymore please fix it, please nerf the insane amount of burst damage in the game already. It's not fun being a tank and still getting one comboed by Eve or Diana.
Mods. FatFIRE community.
I’m going to be borderline cruel and candid with my thoughts in this post.
In October 2019 this sub had 50k subscribers. Today it has over 160k. Most of those newcomers are nowhere near FatFIRE and clearly not on their way there. Most of them will also never ever reach FatFIRE in their lives, sans winning a lottery. It’s time to talk about the state of the sub (yet again).
Why is the influx of newcomers bad for the sub:
The speed at which the discussion on this sub has deteriorated in the past 6 months is absolutely staggering to me.
I do not care to hear from someone making 50k or 100k. I simply don’t. They live on a different plane, have vastly different needs and budgets. I don’t care if they aspire to be fatFired, all people dream of wealth. But this is not a place for them, they have r/fire and r/chubbyfire at their disposal.
Examples of troubling comments/posts that received support here but have no place on fatFire:
This happened back in the early 1980s so all dialogue is condensed and paraphrased. I was a 19 year old (Geek, sickening all American Boy type, male) putting myself through school as a sweeper working for the Mouse in Southern California. We Sweepers are in every public area of the park, are the most approached employees for questions (not intimidating like security, swamped like the character actors, or isolated by queues/fences/walls like the ride operators/restaurant/store personnel) and are generally knowledgeable and friendly- it is very much a customer service position. It was a good gig and I found the Mouse good to work for.
My primary work area was centered around the "Pirates of the Caribbean" attraction which is a major traffic hub in the park. At busy times (most summer days) it was hot, crowded and by shift end you were glad it was done and ready to go home. I was late into the last hour of my shift, the crowds had thinned out (not disappeared- that would be hours hence) but the sun was down and the night was pleasant. I was happily cruising about keeping my area neat (Have Pan and Broom, will Travel) when a pair of thirty something males struttingly approached. Let us call them Mocker1 and Mocker2. I am me.
Mocker1 - "Hey sweeper, there's some popcorn spilled up by the Haunted Mansion. Better go clean it up." Mocker2 laughs nastily. That is some hundreds of yards away, in another guys area. Not only not my problem but actually, unless some danger was caused by it, I SHOULDN'T go.
Me: With a friendly smile and a nod. "Thanks, we'll get it."
Mocker1: Tossing a cup on the ground (he had walked by at least 4 trash cans between where he was and the Haunted Mansion, "Here get this." With a flourish, I popped it into my pan with my broom.
Mocker2: In a sneering voice, "When is the 3 o'clock parade?" This caused Mocker1 to laugh.
Believe it or not, this is a very common question. One that can be heard multiple times daily. Usually it translates to "What is the parade route and when should I get there to get a good spot." But this was at 8:45 pm (I was off at 9) so was just meant to annoy me and to waste my time.
Me: Cheerfully, "The 3 o'clock parade will be tomorrow at 3 0'clock."
This pair continued on, in this vein, for another 5 minutes. Asking random, generally pointless, questions, pointing out the odd cigarette butt/leaf/piece of paper and generally mocking and sneering at me, my work, and the park. Basically, mocking me... keep reading on reddit ➡
Well, this blew up, I didn't expect this.
I literally came up with this within 10 seconds while sitting in a bathroom at the hospital I work at.
I can see a lot of people having mixed opinions, let me clarify what I had in my head:
I am not trying to tell people nursing staff doesn't know how to get around in a hospital, they do in fact.
But in my experience, when patients are lost and are looking for directions, for entirely different departments within a hospital, some staff have never left their department so their spatial knowledge about the area could be limited.
Housekeeping staff, on the other hand, will typically have visited every part of the hospital on a weekly basis, so they could know exactly where you need to go and give you accurate directions promptly, hell I'd even bring you myself there.
I don't do any sports with my dog and i don't expect her to be constantly 100% aware where i am walking plus i let her walk in front of me and that's where i prefer her to walk.
I like to tell my dog when we change directions when she hasn't noticed me, one of the reasons being that she is frustrated greeter and lunges and barks at dogs and telling her to go different direction helps little. Sometimes she is going to turn on a wrong turn and i tell her we are going "this way" or when she keeps going forward and i am turning. When she keeps smelling one spot too long and we need to be somewhere i tell her to keep moving. She does still pay attention to me and where i am going but i don't expect her to know every time i turn somewhere if she doesn't see me turn.
It's time to admit you were wrong Piotr... Take the money and buy some servers so we can enjoy any possible future content... Or maybe the content we purchased