RedEye9 wrote on Sep 18, 2020, 09:31:Beamer wrote on Sep 18, 2020, 09:18:I get my humane pabloma vacc, street name "pave, pax, packs", from a dude in the alley between 32nd and 33rd. He's normally chatting it up with the cute bouncer at Luckies Pool Hall and goes by the name Slick Rick.Mr. Tact wrote on Sep 18, 2020, 08:35:Quinn wrote on Sep 18, 2020, 03:08:Vaccine junkie? What does that even mean? You think there are people who are addicted to vaccines, who take them needlessly?
What? You mean every man doesn't ensure he gets the HPV vaccine?
But beware, his shit is bunk on long holidays so be sure to stock up.
Slashman wrote on Sep 20, 2020, 03:43:Quinn wrote on Sep 20, 2020, 02:38:
To answer your rhetorical question: Because it's not about inclusion. It's about exclusion. And it's what I've been warning for for years now. Ever since the anti-white narrative became the accepted and misguided tool for fixing unequality and racism.
I'd have to ask what exactly is anti-white about this expo?
I look at the title and the games and see that POC game developers are getting a chance to showcase their games which may otherwise have been overlooked. No one is forcing anyone to like or buy them. Where exactly, is the anti-white slant on this?
Oh and TriggleDiggle, I'm glad your wife is doing so great in her game development that she can afford to pass up these events but takes a spot on them anyway. Although for my part, if I truly found them to be demeaning and and offensive, I don't know why I would want to contribute to perpetuating the movement by participating. Isn't she taking part in what you're calling racism by the very fact that she chooses to be part of this?
In any case I've found a couple games that I'm interested in and wishlisted them for when they release. We Are The Caretakers seems to be pretty interesting.