Honestly. Fuck people who do this. With a white hot iron rod.
> GQ: So...you really don’t know who A-Rod is, huh?
> Anthony Edwards: Well...I do now!
> What made you change that?
> Everybody was texting me, tellin’ me ‘bout it, that’s it, forreal.
> What did you learn in the last few days about the dude who might own your team?
> They told me he’s a Hall of Famer. Somebody told me he’s like the Michael Jordan of baseball.
> I feel like that’s a stretch.
> You didn’t watch any games or highlights to verify that with your own eyes?
> Nah, I ain’t watch none, nah. I know he date J-Lo [Jennifer Lopez], though!
> He does not.
> He used to date J-Lo, but they just broke up.
> You look like you’re disappointed.
> Yeah, I am.
> Any reason?
> He gonna be my owner, I want him to be happy.
> You think he’s gonna be happier with J-Lo?
Forgive me for being a little perturbed here, but it seems that a major change to the way a core, build-enabling unique works, and has worked since at least 3.8.0, ought to be spelled out in the patch notes? Not buried someplace in a response to a thread created nearly 2 weeks ago on the bug forums?
> We have checked with the design team and the way things currently work is intended. > >We don't have any plans to change things mid-league.
GGG, you changed things at the start of the league without telling anyone. You're not making a "change" mid-league. You're restoring the item to how it worked previously, before your undocumented and completely opaque change.
This response just seethes with barely-veiled contempt for players. It's baffling.
Edit: GGG has re-opened the thread for further discussion.
Why YSK: Water heaters use an anode rod to attract and remove sediments from the water being heated. An anode rod will corrode and deteriorate over time until it’s no longer capable of functioning and has to be replaced. This part literally sacrifices itself to keep the tank in optimal condition. That’s why it’s also referred to as a sacrificial anode. Without it, the water tank would start corroding from the inside out which would eventually result in a severe leak at the bottom.
After the anode rod deteriorates, the tank will begin corroding. This is the reason water heaters typically only last 5-15 years. If you replace the rod every few years (cheap and easy), it will extend the life of water heater by decades.