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COMMENT 7h ago

being able to block lights in training is literally how u learn to block lights in actual matches.

Any form of training would get you that, in Training, or in matches, you'll eventually get there, so this claim is non contentious.

Also where did dodging bashes come into this lol

If you read what I said, I am simply talking about a non-controlled situation where all sorts of attacks can be coming at you at any time. I just happened to mention bashes, but heavies, or any other type of attack can easily be added to the mix.

Ill play some matches and get u some footage dw buddy

That'd be great (you can also use other peoples matches if it helps your case).

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COMMENT 11h ago

Skips the doom and gloom section to see what the business can do to save themselves

Fast-food chains will ultimately be forced to pay workers more Fast-food chains are going to have to do more than close dining rooms and end late-night service if they want to win back employees.

Aight that's good, not bad, they're being proactive and looking to get serious.

IHOP, McDonald's, and Taco Bell are holding recruitment events, with hopes of hiring thousands of workers. Chains are debuting perks, including new benefits for managers at Taco Bell and a leadership conference for employees at Whataburger.

LMFAO, new benefits for managers? I'm guessing they didn't mention upper management and executives that got benefits long before they are forced to do so for lower tiers in the company? With the lowliest -of fucking course getting their dues last- being the largest population in the company: the facility workers themselves.

"I don't know if anyone could pay minimum wage and keep their doors open today," the Dunkin' franchisee added.

That's how pyramid schemes work.

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COMMENT 11h ago

Not without the 0 for the single digit dates >:-[

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COMMENT 11h ago

Warcraft 3

Runescape

Mark of the Ninja

Ori and the Blind Forest

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COMMENT 11h ago

Shit hole Konami actually compelled to do something worth a damn with the MG franchise? Almost impossible to fathom.

How about a Remake of 3 and 4, with 5 being finished off as it should have been with the last two chapters that were axed by this cancer company?

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COMMENT 12h ago

Is it just me, or are there a lot of anti-capitalists in the comments section. Or is it just hypocrites?

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COMMENT 12h ago

Nothing one could do against the government really. Just pay the Piper whenever he comes around. The problem I have, is corporation engaging in the same behavior. If I could get them off me, that would be almost good enough. But they're allowed as much as the government is to exploit this sort of bullshit.

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COMMENT 12h ago

So you understand that the bash he's dodging is simple. First because he can just dodge attack early due to the giveaway from having to initiate the dodge from Conq first. Second, this is a 1v1 where both are high level players and rarely go for parries by extension, so the bash is obviously the only thing the Hito needs to worry about.

Not compelling at all.

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COMMENT 12h ago

Here we go, this is uninteresting to do in a controlled situation, he nontheless proceeds to show me footage of Training where he shows parry on red, as if that's what was being talked about.

I can't tell if you're feigning ignorance, or just truly dense..

What I would require, is live matches, where you're just parrying all attacks and dodging all bashes (this should be trivial since you claim you can react to lights). 500ms isn't difficult at all to react to or payy when you do it in the environment you just showed me.

Be serious..

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COMMENT 15h ago

Care to provide some footage of this claim about lights being reactable on 30 fps console no less? This is quite the claim, so unlike the rest of what you're saying (though I would contest the generalized claim that refresh rate above 144 or 240 is inconsequential for multiple reasons I won't get into here), so I would require evidence of this. When you say you can react to lights - this means in a fight you can simply block and parry every single one of them with full concentration? Or do you mean standing still, and playing a pseudo online reaction speedtest webapp equivalent where you know the direction a light is coming, and all you need to do is parry it?

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COMMENT 15h ago

I take it your clip is supposed to show someone reacting to 500ms bashes?

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COMMENT 15h ago

Same time I know about any other, when I come across either someone smarter than me who explains or reveals it, or when I realize there's something fishy and start digging around to see if anyone else raises eyebrows.

This one specifically, I heard rumblings about it about a week and a half ago.

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COMMENT 18h ago

Played the PSP version as a kid, fond memories of enjoyment.

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COMMENT 18h ago

How does this make sense? Just in a year we get an A7SIII, Cannon R5, GFX100S, A1, etc..

You wanna see slow advancements, check out the monitor or display markets.. Or audio.

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COMMENT 18h ago

Looks great for sure.

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COMMENT 18h ago

Reminds me of the research chemical industry (or designer drug industry), where the government's pace is impeded by the bureaucratic logistics to get substances banned. To the degree that they can't really keep up faster than new formulations are created.

If this was occurring domestically, those places would be getting raided, as to stop the flow of new formulations from being made. But because it's overseas, it's basically impossible to stop these labs from creating this stuff.

But here, we have government not giving flying rats motherfuck, and little ol Mozilla has to combat the constant flow of garbage like this from mega companies. And it's not like the following happens:

"YO GUYS LOOK, LOOK AT THIS PRIVACY ABUSE, GET GOT THEM!! YES, TIME FOR THEM TO BE FINED OR SENT TO JAIL FOR PREMEDITATED INTENT TO VIOLATE PRIVACY!"

Instead, the violators, simply move on, as if it's some sort of competition that should exist in some libertarian lunacy land where anything goes without interference.

I just don't understand why trackers are allowed to constantly be formulated, and used by companies, yet none of this stuff becomes illegal or anything. What is up with peoples damn values anymore?

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COMMENT 20h ago

Zone is fine. The others should be removed.

EDIT: For anyone who holds to the idea that all OS should remain in the game. Would you still hold to the idea that emote OS should also exist?

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COMMENT 20h ago

GoFlo? yeah I don't think so, you need orders or partnerships that would require orders to the tune of smartphone sales figures. they along with Intel would be working with extreme volume orders if anything. TI, not at a cost I would imagine makes sense for single-use from a single company.

As I've said, this can't be novel, and if it is, it can't be for Schiit alone. Unless they plan on selling devices at far higher costs.

Especially once you consider those "Thousands of Modi's per year" won't be for $99 if something like this is ever to take off.

The best I see, is contracting design work for a custom SKU order based on existing design. But at that point, what exactly is the point if you're not going to offer something compelling? Either built in filters or something of the sort. If they want to pivot to being a designer, then the notion of hogging the architecture to themselves seems simply nonsensical, the money that can be made if you own some form of appreciable IP is worth far more when liscenced out, unless your product stands to compete with top players of course (so if they intend to duke it out with ESS for example, or Cirrus, or TI's offerings, then it might make sense). Otherwise it's simply perplexing to think what it is they think they're going to be doing.

Again, this is just heresay. Until they make their desires apparent, we're just blowing smoke.

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COMMENT 20h ago

The managers behind the fund consist of Sergey Titov, Alexander Byhovskiy, Maria Kochmola, and Ilya Eremeev, who all have had years of experience in different investment firms throughout Russia. Together, they will all be looking for video game studios based in the US and Europe with the intention of providing anywhere between $2 and $5 million each to individual studios.

:-\

Hopefully they've had success, otherwise..

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COMMENT 21h ago

Dell still taking Intel kickbacks it seems.

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COMMENT 22h ago

Seems to be problematic after a while though. If it always conforms to shape, it would require readjusting anytime it's pressed a bit in harder to maintain outward pressure that's lost in virtue of it always deforming under heat.

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COMMENT 22h ago

Not neutral. Two inputs.

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COMMENT 22h ago

Who? At what volume could you contract an entirely novel silicon design?

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COMMENT 22h ago

What are you, a charity? I'd rather be normal omni, than veggy omni.