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Do you claim to speak for all the community? That would indeed be misleading and only an opinion.simon155 said:......snip....
As far as most of the community are concerned, Chronicles of Elyria is NOT pay to win.
When this game first came to light, right here on these very forums, some of us showed interest in the game but had some question and a few reservations about it.StaalBurgher said:No, I said he most likely made the post in response to a small malicious minority, whose comments you conveniently choose to ignore. Clearly you think context is overrated.Slapshot1188 said:The person I responded to stated that he doubted Caspien ever made such statements so I provided them. Don't ask questions to which you don't want answers.
And police should not be allowed to fire unless they see a gun/weapon period.Horusra said:klash2def said:This always happens when the police kill someone. To justify the dead body. They said he was reaching for his waist..I find it hard to believe a confused man who did not own a weapon would be reaching for his waist in that situation. The truth is closer to the man being confused because the police were at his front door. Any of us would be confused. The policeman who shot him (even though he was tricked) didnt ask any questions, he shot the man because he was latino and the story fit the perp in his mind. This happens far too often for me to believe otherwise. That's a whole other bag to unpack.SBFord said:
I hope that the investigation leads to a conviction of the guy in LA and a thorough investigation of how the hell he was shot in the first place. There seems to be a disconnect between the mother's story and the police version.
I do not believe one second the police version. The mother is telling the truth. Imagine the police show up at your door, would your first reaction be to grab a imaginary gun and open the door reaching for your waist? really? That's the story they came with. smh..
Police. Are. Trigger. Happy.
But still..None of this happens without that idiotic kid
Too bad body worn cameras have proved you false in most cases. People should instead follow directions and not do stupid stuff.
I think you are confused about what the issue is here and what "net neutrality" really is. Go look at that chart/picture posted earlier and realize the issue isn't about anonymity or breaking laws as you are implying here.Scot said:The problem with "net neutrality" is it has become a label for doing what you like on the net. We do not have "neutrality" when it comes to phone calls, the post, anything else for that matter.
The idea that a neutral zone could be established that went beyond our social bounds was a grand one. But it was a naïve one too. I am still in favour of one speed for everything, but not the idea that no censorship is required. I guess I grew up.