Beamer wrote on Nov 17, 2021, 09:15:
He'll be gone. This isn't survivable. As much as wagons get circled, he'll still be doomed.
The letter, and his response, will be the core reason.
RedEye9 wrote on Nov 10, 2021, 20:06:Riahderymnmaddog wrote on Nov 10, 2021, 19:50:I know you're joking.
We never had supply shortages when TRUMP was in office.
referring to Crazy Anne Conway's recent vomitus on fox noises.
But a reminder for those that think you're not:
In 2020 the U.S. suffered one of the worst supply chain crises in modern history and it lasted for months.
There were nationwide shortages of everything from toilet paper to pasta, leading to empty shelves in supermarkets.
There were miles long lines at food banks.
Also essentials needed to control the spread of the corona virus vanished as the supply chain dried up: masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, soap, disinfectant wipes and more all were difficult or impossible to find.
Compare that to today.
Dow is over 36,000, unemployment has dropped from 6.3 in Jan. to 4.8. Over 5 million jobs added, a record.
220m vaccines in 10 months.
Record infrastructure bill passed. in less than 1 year, 45 had 4 years to enrich himself and play golf
Did i mention we are involved in one less never-ending war.
Gadzooks wrote on Nov 5, 2021, 10:44:
Somehow this game looks worse and performs worse than its predecessor, Wildlands.
FloodAnxiety wrote on Nov 2, 2021, 16:18:
These types of corporate videos are pretty standard for large company meetings. The context for the video was a developer conference. I may be projecting, but I don't think developers care about Mark or his employee's acting abilities.
Clearly, the rest of the world expects all public videos from any company to be in Apple's style of "We made the buttons on the screen look so good you'll want to lick them.".
It is fun to tease though. I won't deny they are hilariously bad, but I also don't care.
Though, can someone explain something for me. Facebook, the social media platform, is almost universally loathed, and yet I get the impression that some of the most vocal critics of Facebook are also now being quite vocal about Meta's move away from having the company focus on the social media platform. I would have thought the critics would be happy with that news. Now I don't know what to think. Is this just a case of haters going to hate? Or is there some reasoning I am missing?