Today is the worst day to be sick in the stomach I need to be fine for tomorrow’s final
I got the same, but mine is sick and working retail.
A compulsive chicken thief turned newspaper reporter, Mr. Fox settles down with his family in a new foxhole in a beautiful tree—directly adjacent to three enormous poultry farms owned by three ferociously vicious farmers: Boggis, Bunce, and Bean. Mr. Fox simply cannot resist.
This is going to be their first animated feature to join Criterion, if I’m correct.
Basically, on a recent update, Inafune and team hired on a new artist and community manager. While this isn’t bad in a sense, and she’s done nothing wrong so far, people have started taking to the internet picket lines showing that the new community manager is a pretty vocal feminist. Some backers are wondering if she was brought on honestly, or brought on for inclusion and equality. Either way, the whole thing has now become a battleground from all sides, and I don’t think anyone even knows who fired the first shot.
Frankly, it’s annoying and pretty sad to watch from both sides, and I’ve seen a few boards, sites, and other things outside of the usual shitposter sites talking about, and it’s just very… very… eye rolling.
Let the girl do her job. She was just hired on, and hasn’t done a damn thing yet. You can form an opinion when the final product comes out, or when both sides eventually lose interest and move on to the next topic.
The Mighty No. 9, which is a cartoonish game far removed from being in the realm of inclusiveness and exclusiveness, has become a battle ground for social justice media. What. The. Fuck.
Can we just have one game where this shit isn’t brought up all the time, either negatively or positively?