Edit: This art installation might help some to understand how color is reflected, and more specifically how that color must be present in the illumination source in order for us to see it. Anything in the room that is not yellow appears to be in black and white.
I know that it wasn't everyone. But that vocal minority really made me think the right decision. I really had hopes that people in this sub were different, and not literal troglodites. I'm deleting the post, and moving on with it. If I could give all the awards back, I would. I'm really sorry about everyone that wrote nice things and just had a fun time with it. I just can't live with this anymore. If you want to talk to me, hit me up on discord. Just ask my ID on the DMs. If you are just a troll and wants to make me even more anxious, seek a psychologist.
-With Love, Muzzy.
Other users seem to agree with their sentiment, while others are focusing on the user's post history:
OP has also made another post claiming that "compare it to games like RDR2 and Skyrim, Cyberpunk is on another level." Comments point out that OP hasn't played the game for themselves and have only watched streams:
I hear a lot of talk lately about the concerns of Palantirs stock lock up expiry and how that could trigger the employees to sell their shares, which could cause a major dip in the price. Now, I could be wrong but I think this theory is being blown way out of proportion. PLTR is a 15 year old company, they just went public a few months ago, and they have now started securing large contracts with government, military, and now are spreading out to more retail clients. The financials up to this point have been good, so unless the quarterly results released soon are absolutely atrocious (which is not likely), I can't see any reason why employees would want to sell their shares. Why would you sell your shares just as your company is making a huge name for itself? Unless of course, they sell just to secure a profit from their initial investment and then buy back in right after, which would just bring the stock price back up again. I hear a lot of people reluctant to buy PLTR just yet because they think employees are going to go crazy selling their shares, but I can't see them doing that. I could be totally wrong, and I would love to hear how others are viewing this. Let me know if and why I'm wrong, and what you think will happen.
Ok, before you send me death threats, let me just say I'm a big tech fan and I'm especially a fan of the unbox experience (huge fan of Unbox Therapy on YT), there is no better feeling than opening that new phone box and pulling out all the goodies. We can all agree on that.
Let me also say that I don't think there is such thing as having too many power bricks laying around, there are tons of uses for them.
With that said, I understand everyone feels like Samsung is only taking away from us (headphone jack, MST, SD expansion, etc) -- I'm not happy about alot of those either. But on the topic of the charger being removed, yes, they did make fun of Apple and then do exactly as they did. However, you could argue that they gave $260 in credits (on top of dropping the phone cost $200 - although, yes, they did takeaway features) for you to do whatever you wanted with and we're selling bricks for $16. Those complaining could have spent their accessory money to purchase 16 chargers. How much money did Apple give their sheeple for buying the new iPhone? Oh that's right, $0.
Edit: it seems that the experience in the US is not the same experience across the rest of the globe between trade in offers and accessory credits and I think that's totally unfair. I think the only way to justify the lack of a charging block is to provide a credit and that should be the case for all countries.
Hopefully more countries/states will put legislation into effect mandating a charger be included in the box in the jurisdiction, just as they did for the iPhones in Brasil's Sao Paulo.
Everyone and their grandma knows that this was a move made to ensure Spezza would remain on the taxi squad to allow him some rest throughout the season .. why is the media making it out like he’s being cut from the team due to poor play?
All the media are constantly saying how messed up america is and frankly it seems a bit too much. America has problems but this seems a bit much.
Racism is talked about as if the country is apartheid in nature even though [as far as I know] you were the first white majority nation to elect a non-white head of state. And there's ofc stuff like poverty, gun violence and division among the citizens that often seems to be exaggerated