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|#90 - "A black person" Gee, that narrows things down. Did … [+] (1 new reply)||03/22/2015 on das racis||0|
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#90 - cowinspace (03/22/2015) [-]
"A black person" Gee, that narrows things down. Did occur to your stupid ass that I might be black? Not that it's your fault, you just didn't pay attention in class.
Now clarify for me, do you mean an African? If so then are going to have to be really specific as there are a lot of languages and cultures in Africa and a lot of them won't appreciate you lumping them together as "black". Or are you referring to the sub-cultures within some western nations? Because in certain cases you're going to find that there aren't any (I cite my own experience, there is no "black" culture here. I am Glaswegian and my culture is that of my home city).
Yes I've heard these dialects, no doubt they are heavily influenced by cultures they grew up around(predominantly European with emphasis on British, French, Spanish, and Dutch). They didn't make it for themselves, that's not how language works.
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#32 - twilightdusk (03/06/2015) [-]
"Double Fine Adventure" got funded on the promise of Tim Schafer making an old school point and click adventure man.
Granted people blow it out of proportion a little. The funding wasn't for the game, people were buying into seeing their process of making a game from start to finish.
I'm not saying they didn't mismanage money, but a lot of people are like "How do you not finish a $400,000 game with $3 million!?" when really, they didn't start even budgeting the game until they had the $3 million, the kickstarter goal was more "Look, this is the absolute bare minimum we would need to make something like this."
#44 - twilightdusk (03/06/2015) [-]
You really have to do your research on the game in question to see if its worth it. Look around for Lets Plays or something of the game in its current state, and treat it as paying the listed price for the game in that state, ask if you think that's a good deal. If it is? Go for it. If it's not? Then wait and see if it approves.
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