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stupid_programmer

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In Topic: Trump Is The Republican Candidate - Now What?

Today, 11:16 AM

Trump; "The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive."

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Yeah, this guy will be great in the job... fucking moron.

"Will bring back jobs and rise wages"... yep, at which point due to business wanting to make profit you end up in the same position as before... Eco 101, you'd think someone who ran a business would understand that.

 

You sound bitter.  Somebody need a hug?


In Topic: Unity 3D pricing structure changes - Whats your opinion?

08 July 2016 - 06:21 PM

Seems like the ones complaining the most were really never affected by the price change.  The indies who are never actually going to release anything still get to use it for free.  Everybody else realizes that renting/buying software is part of the cost of doing business.


In Topic: Who comes up with the next project in a studio?

27 June 2016 - 10:24 PM

Our company is still independent so all our games are internal IP.  We do pitch nights that anybody can submit to whenever we get close to starting pre production on our next game.  A lot of times a designer will hook up with somebody who has reasonable Unity experience so they can knock out a simple proof of concept for the idea.  Having a playable demo goes a long way to see if the game is going to be any fun before further design time is put on it.  We will get a short list of ideas from the pitch night and maybe some old pitches we didn't do anything with before and the senior design people will figure out which one they want to do.  At that point the high level ideas will get a tech pass on them to see if it is something we can do in a reasonable amount of time.  That goes back and forth for a bit and once the overall idea is finalized actual design starts to take place.


In Topic: Islamaphobia in the United States

08 May 2016 - 11:37 AM

 

Islam is by nature an invasive civilization with the goal of world domination. The Far Left and Neo-Conservatives who currently approve of NO Borders, MASS immigration, selling our western nations to the world like whores, and attacks on our freedoms of expression - they will be caught between patriots and invaders in the coming conflict.

 

This has nothing to do with Christianity, for Islam has the goal of subjugating the entire world under Islam. Those Far Left who dominate western universities, media, and government will be forced to choose sides in due time. The traitors are already under the pressure of being exposed thru the Internet. Old Media can no long deny and conceal these realities.

As I recall, the mayor of London said nothing about turning London into an Islamic state. This above is nothing more than your fear of foreigners and I'm willing to bet your fear extends far beyond just Muslims. It's pretty clear what you believe is a nativist agenda, and as such, there is no reason to continue arguing with you.

 

 

He has called westernized Muslims "uncle toms" in the past and has shared speaking platforms with pro ISIS speakers.  While I will give the guy the benefit of the doubt he has changed since he was obviously able to convince London to elect him (but Europe does seem to be intent on cucking itself so maybe not).  Past behavior hasn't done anything to disprove the stereotype.


In Topic: How beneficial can personal projects be?

14 April 2016 - 11:42 PM

Your portfolio can just as easily be a patchwork of half understood code cobbled together from the internet just as easily as it is totally you own original work.

 

I agree with frob that your professional work history is a bit more important.  Making games is a job, generally a fun job, but a job nonetheless.  Granted you didn't do 100% of the work and may have coasted from time to time but it shows you were able to work with a team and get things done on a reasonable schedule.  Working on and hopefully completing projects on your own is great and isn't something that a lot of people can do.  But working on something when you want to isn't the same as working on things when you have to.    


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