OP comes blazing into /r/Libertarian with the blistering hot take that not only is punching Nazis bad, but that that Nazi killing you in retaliation is good.
Thread rockets to the top of the sub, but not all the commentators agree, leading to the thread eventually being locked, not due to all the Nazi defending, but because advocating violence against Nazis is just a line that /r/Libertarian is not willing to cross.
And as a final treat
I love constructive criticism.
I enrolled in a short story course specifically to get objective criticism for my stories. I've been trying to get published for years, and I'm trying to figure out what the heck I'm doing wrong. The first story went great! The teacher loved it! The second one was ... not so great.
So many mistakes! And each one she pointed out, felt like a physical punch to the gut. A whole part needed to be cut. I took it on the chin (ha), and I'm fixing the story already.
But man, does it hurt.
Backstory (Way back)
I grew up in a family that when something broke you'd usually need to fix it yourself. No reason to spend large amounts of money we didn't have to fix something $50 and a bit of elbow grease could in a few hours. So I learned from a young age to fix my cars problems by going to the local junk yard and picking parts off the recently crashed cars.
I work as a ready mix driver (Concrete mixer driver). I started out a few years back for a statewide Ready Mix company in CA. I had my A class license prior but they essentially trained me on how to do the job. I fully love my job. Well a few years back the company decided that they wanted to cut costs by creating a new policy that the mechanics couldn't work on overtime. Anyone that is or knows a mechanic knows that's basically taking $400-500 out of their pockets each week... Over half the mechanics quit within the next 2 months.
When something broke or failed on the trucks (Petersbuilt 370, short hood) we had been told to write a ticket and it would be fixed as quickly as possible. After the majority of the better mechanics quit, the lazier or apprentices became the head mechanics. There were no back up trucks allowed. So if something broke you'd basically be out of work until it was fixed. My last straw was when I brought up issues to our area head mechanic about the Hopper not being able to lift, and electric lock on the back chute not locking when pouring. He said he'd take a look at it and fix anything that needed fixing.
The next day when I came in and talked to our batcher/manager he told me the diagnoses was the hopper wouldn't lift because it was cement heavy (it was brand new and clean), and the chute locked fine.. (I could literally swing it back and forth with 200lbs of concrete on it). I complained and my manager told me if I didn't like how it was fixed I could fix it myself. So I did. (Not the Malicious compliance part yet).
So I started replacing everything that needed fixing with my own parts picked up from the local truck graveyard, you know.. The one where every freeway accident truck goes to die and be forgotten. Over the next year I replaced multiple bits and pieces and even a few major ones. Also on my own time and dime. But the majority of the parts were $20-100 at a time and when I have no work until it's fixed it was like a requirement. Some were just to make it more of "My" truck.
Now we get to it
I had been joking with a co-worke... keep reading on reddit ➡
Usual rules no prep
All members of the ten commandments
All the members of the monster association minus psykorochi
Magic = OPM energy
Finished the 1260 grind. By now I’ve got all the weapon rolls I want. Normally, I’d keep playing core activities until the end of the season to farm bright dust, but it just doesn’t seem worth it now. It’s like a bad infomercial is playing in my head “Hey, how would you like to do the same amount of work for half the reward! Well I’ve got a deal for you then!”
So yeah, guess I’m done with core activities until next season. That’s about 6 hours of playtime Bungie won’t get since I play all 3 characters. SMH.
Bungie, can you revisit the bright dust system? Revert the amount back to what it was, reduce bounty requirements, let it drop from more sources, or something please.
Edit: really appreciate the votes and conversation. I’m happy for the casuals who’ve benefited from the season pass tweaks, but for more hardcore players who carry the game season-to-season I’m hoping the S13 changes mentioned make up the difference.