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    When you're on the internet, you're giving 'someone' all of your data. If you're using, say Spectrum (replace with whatever ISP), they have all of your user and browser data (and so do basically all the server providers. Amazon AWS, Google and...
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    Apple products generally aren’t user repairable or user serviceable. And what I mean by that is by the general public. While I think there’s quite a few people in the [H] that are likely capable, I think it’s far beyond the expectations that any...
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    Cool. Again, I haven't really said anything regarding 3D. You're hung up there. I've said basically nothing about it. Lets be clear here, you've just moved the goal posts. I quoted you twice, it's you that have stated that it's going to be a...
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    Okay, you're missing my entire point then. Let me spell it out for you. You made this statement: You now can use crypto to buy things at your local corner store. At least anywhere that basically accepts credit cards, which is basically every...
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    I'm guessing you didn't click the link, because that's not what my response was referring to. In fact, that link could probably be its own thread here in the news section.
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    You can do it pretty much everywhere now: https://flip.it/G.9vIf Doesn’t mean most people would want to. But now the option is there.
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    Yeah, I'd give up. A lot of the glass will continue to be relevant, but not in the market you're thinking of. A lot of AI and AI-S and even Pre-AI lenses are getting 'cinevised' and used on cinema cameras. Certain lens sets have actually...
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    I spoke a few times with UnknownSouljer over the past year on some ideas and his thoughts on the current market. I used dSLRs professionally for awhile, but no longer. During that time had access to the pro gear most of the times I wanted for...
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    UnknownSouljer reacted to Pivo504's post in the thread How is Nintendo successful? with Like Like.
    I think they're still successful bc they honestly make the best video games in terms of game play. Look at all the amazing things they've done since the nes days.. I can still pick up an nes game, super nes and have a blast bc the game play is...
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    So I just played and beat the game. Clocked in at 2 hours and it was amazing. If you are into horror like Outlast or Layers of Fear, this will be right up your alley (though not as fully produced as those other two games, it's clearly an indie...
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    I feel like people complain a lot to complain, not you, just in general... about anything really. I actually would have cut some of the flab near the end of the Outer Worlds and tightened it up. One of the big issues with Outer Worlds was of...
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    No offense since we're all friends here but consider that if everyone had this attitude, videogames would stop being made. If a lot of gamers feel this way, I am suddenly feeling a lot less sympathetic to the GPU shortage impacting them.
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    Quoted for truth. Then people complain about how games don't take chances anymore....
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    2 hours of interactive entertainment for <$10 is an insane steal. There is a massive amount of work that’s put into that, in some ways far more than a movie, and a movie ticket costs more and takes less time to produce. And I suppose to also put...
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