stopthatgirl7
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stopthatgirl7

@stopthatgirl7@kbin.social

Hey, y’all! Just another random, loudmouthed, opinionated, Southern-fried nerdy American living abroad.

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stopthatgirl7,
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He and Kunis are learning the hard lesson of “shutting up is free.”

stopthatgirl7,
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Yeeeeeeah, tell me you didn’t read the article without telling me you didn’t read the article.

stopthatgirl7,
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Seriously, tf is going on over there at Unity?

stopthatgirl7,
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Remember, it’s only “political” when it’s something they don’t like.

stopthatgirl7,
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Guess what, I can’t do anything about that. That’s literally the article’s headline. Feel free to go to the article itself and comment against “slams” there, where it might actually do something.

stopthatgirl7,
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This was the only site that specifically mentioned the “Not for sale” part in the headline. And NBC is a pretty big news source, so I’m not going to ignore it just because some folks get a bug up their butts over an overused word.

And I’ve had people yell at me on here for using “clickbait” headlines and tell me to change the headlines to be less “clickbaity” when they didn’t even read the article in the first place and changing titles to not match the headline is against a lot of news comm/magazine rules.

stopthatgirl7,
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Dude, look at the comments already talking about slam in headlines instead of rehashing it.

stopthatgirl7, (edited )
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It’s more, you gotta let your partners know before you announce something major. The reason Sony had to pull it was because they only allow refunds after a certain point on defective games, and they can’t sell a game they know is defective. So the only way they could do blanket refunds is if the game is labeled defective, which means they can’t sell it. Giving Sony a bit of a heads up might’ve meant they could have changed their policy, which would have been better long run for consumers.

stopthatgirl7,
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It’s not really “interesting”? The first time I saw the term, that’s what I wondered if it might be, because of “JRPG” and all the games that had been coming out of China recently.

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