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NoNane 11h
Think of it as if someone saw the concept of rhythm games and went, "What if I made this, but so hard it makes Demons Souls look like a game for babies," then made it harder than that.
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needlessly obscenity-laced 11h
Replying to @nonane09 @KSlackie
to be fair, hd makes it look way harder than it really is. and there are easier maps :P
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needlessly obscenity-laced 12h
Replying to @randileeharper
if you haven't heard me talk about it before, this is osu. it's a rhythm game that is free and lovely.
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needlessly obscenity-laced 12h
relaxing tonight with some ezclap 4 * maps on HD with bongocat running - which is no doubt affecting my accuracy since i keep watching the cat instead of the map :P
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needlessly obscenity-laced Sep 18
Replying to @randileeharper
It’s my natural tendency (and a valuable part of my job) to imagine the worst case scenario, and the internet without cda 230 is some dystopian level shit.
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needlessly obscenity-laced Sep 18
Replying to @ezgoodnight
it's what facebook is using as a defense, so i'm not sure.
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needlessly obscenity-laced Sep 18
Replying to @ezgoodnight
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needlessly obscenity-laced Sep 18
Replying to @randileeharper
like i know i'm repeating myself a lot in this thread. but i'm trying to get the point through. *stop going after the easiest target* *the easiest answer often isn't the most effective one* *all actions have consequences*
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needlessly obscenity-laced Sep 18
Replying to @ezgoodnight
facebook is using 230 as a defense. my biggest worry is that 230 gets struck down. because then companies like facebook/twitter get held legally liable for all content posted on their platform. that would be very bad for everyone.
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needlessly obscenity-laced Sep 18
Replying to @ezgoodnight
i think that public pressure is a better way to handle the facebook side of things. the companies that placed the ads should be the one under fire legally.
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needlessly obscenity-laced Sep 18
Replying to @randileeharper
anyways, if this is really about cda 230 (and facebook appears to be using cda 230 as a defense) this is the second lawsuit i've read about in a week targeting it. it's not like folks haven't tried this before. i'm not worried yet, but... who knows.
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needlessly obscenity-laced Sep 18
Replying to @randileeharper
and i'm definitely not saying facebook has done no wrong. obviously. but i do think that people are incredibly lazy when picking who they want to fight or complain about. they don't think about cause/effect.
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needlessly obscenity-laced Sep 18
Replying to @randileeharper
i'm not saying that facebook shouldn't be part of the discussion. but if this happened on any other form of media, the story would be more about the companies placing the ads than the platform upon which the ad was placed.
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needlessly obscenity-laced Sep 18
Replying to @randileeharper
but again, you're really just picking the easiest target. the real story should be the companies that placed these ads. y'all keep picking on facebook because you know no one is going to argue with you. hi. i will argue with you.
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needlessly obscenity-laced Sep 18
Replying to @randileeharper
law aside, blaming facebook for this is dumb. again, you're going after the easiest target. there are things you can blame them for like how i warned EVERYONE nearly 3 years ago that ad abuse was becoming a thing and hey there should be more eyes on content before it's approved.
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needlessly obscenity-laced Sep 18
Replying to @randileeharper
but i'm pretty mad at folks that keep going after cda230 just because they feel it's the easiest target w/o any regard for consequences. i get it. dealing with internet abuse and shitty people is a really hard never ending problem. but this isn't the answer.
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needlessly obscenity-laced Sep 18
Replying to @randileeharper
obviously i'm not a lawyer, but i'm pretty sure this is covered under cda230. unless ads aren't, but it feels like they should be? idk. ask an actual lawyer.
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needlessly obscenity-laced Sep 18
i have opinions on this. thread.
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needlessly obscenity-laced Sep 18
he's not. i moved on. if i had kept talking to him, it would have felt like bullying.
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chef oogmar talks about work Sep 18
I picked up an experimental habit a few months ago to deal with unsolicited and flat unwanted advice/opinions. "You know what I think..." "I don't care what you think." The result of this informal study is that many men don't care if I don't care what they think.
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