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#121 - Sure, but they'll do it like people who make apps do. It will … 04/27/2015 on Praise GabeN... 0
#44 - Let's say you shared your crazy cool ideas and art online for …  [+] (3 new replies) 04/27/2015 on Praise GabeN... +1
#112 - comicironic (04/27/2015) [-]
But there clearly will be, because if what you create doesn't sell then there's no benefit to charging for it and the backlash from charging could hurt you in the long run.

The problem with a lot of these anti-charge arguments is that they assume either the creators will always charge, the customers will always buy - paying anything - , or both.
#121 - raraldor (04/27/2015) [-]
Sure, but they'll do it like people who make apps do. It will be free for a limited time, and when they see that it's popular enough to warrant even a dollar they will sell it because if this all dies down with the payed mods intact it will be considered the norm.
User avatar #47 - herecomesjohnny (04/27/2015) [-]
but paid mod was already a possibility for portal 2 and yet the free workshop subscriptions stayed prolific
#202 - Yes, but most of the time you are in school you aren't in a co…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/07/2015 on Old people 0
User avatar #285 - whiteoverblue (04/07/2015) [-]
Sorry, man. After reading all of that, I can safely say that you have absolutely no idea of what you're talking about.
#283 - simplygabriele (04/07/2015) [-]
Really. And all the time you're at work, it's work and nothing else. 100%. You don't "sneak in" smoke or coffee breaks. You don't look at your phone at all. No music whatsoever. No chatter with co workers. Nothing. Just full on concentration All day every day 5-6 days a week. Bullshit.

Not only bullshit, but impossible. You mind wanders just as much as doing any other kind of activity. And it only makes me presume that you do not take academic work seriously, if you're so blaze about it. I've worked accounting, I've done office clerk work for a lawyer, I'm in college. Done art classes, done biochemistry labs, whatever. You zone out, or you get tired, you get back to work sooner rather than later. No more or less at school than at work. If you prefer to daydream in classes, you're the one who doesn't grasp the value of time and money investment. I'm not wasting 3 hours in a lecture class just staring at the ceiling, shit, that costs money, man.

Plus, making a scene and fucking up someone else's day or career as if your burger is somehow more important than someone else's... What does it achieve? Nothing. It's usually entirely counter productive, even. Now you're interrupting the flow, making people deal with your tantrum instead of making the food, it takes longer... No one's helped by the shitty attitude, you're not regaining your time, it's still going to take what it takes.
#199 - I took AP government actually, and even that I spent most of t… 04/07/2015 on Old people 0
#125 - Sure, but even if you do work, it's only 6 hours a day at most…  [+] (6 new replies) 04/07/2015 on Old people -6
#176 - maebarakeichi (04/07/2015) [-]
I'm 24 and I already had a job where I did work 12 sometimes 16 hours.
Meantime I still study from home. I don't think you know what the hell are you talking about bro.
Even the others have a lot of time taken away by studying and stuff.
Most times middle aged people have more free times than the younger ones.
#202 - raraldor (04/07/2015) [-]
Yes, but most of the time you are in school you aren't in a constant state of focus and work unless you had troubles in each and every class. That's the reason I'm saying older people have a better sense of value in time than younger people. You have your free time scattered throughout the day while sneaking in a few texts in class and daydreaming because the lesson was rather simple and easy to process.
User avatar #285 - whiteoverblue (04/07/2015) [-]
Sorry, man. After reading all of that, I can safely say that you have absolutely no idea of what you're talking about.
#283 - simplygabriele (04/07/2015) [-]
Really. And all the time you're at work, it's work and nothing else. 100%. You don't "sneak in" smoke or coffee breaks. You don't look at your phone at all. No music whatsoever. No chatter with co workers. Nothing. Just full on concentration All day every day 5-6 days a week. Bullshit.

Not only bullshit, but impossible. You mind wanders just as much as doing any other kind of activity. And it only makes me presume that you do not take academic work seriously, if you're so blaze about it. I've worked accounting, I've done office clerk work for a lawyer, I'm in college. Done art classes, done biochemistry labs, whatever. You zone out, or you get tired, you get back to work sooner rather than later. No more or less at school than at work. If you prefer to daydream in classes, you're the one who doesn't grasp the value of time and money investment. I'm not wasting 3 hours in a lecture class just staring at the ceiling, shit, that costs money, man.

Plus, making a scene and fucking up someone else's day or career as if your burger is somehow more important than someone else's... What does it achieve? Nothing. It's usually entirely counter productive, even. Now you're interrupting the flow, making people deal with your tantrum instead of making the food, it takes longer... No one's helped by the shitty attitude, you're not regaining your time, it's still going to take what it takes.
User avatar #127 - eldorito (04/07/2015) [-]
Somebody didn't do AP classes.
#199 - raraldor (04/07/2015) [-]
I took AP government actually, and even that I spent most of the time daydreaming and not paying much attention. Homework and stuff from that class weren't any longer than any other classes workload.
#112 - what sort of school are you going to where you get home at the…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/06/2015 on Old people -3
User avatar #242 - frenzyhero (04/07/2015) [-]
Our school started at 7.25 and ended at 3.

What, don't you read? Had homework, a job, and I still had my extracurricular (BSA and for awhile, FTC). Everyday was a busy, packed day. Had virtually no free time. Running off 3-4 hours sleep was normal, and I was still in dual-enrollment classes.

distortedflare, try having a 12hr job for 20 years? If I worked 6 a week, that would be a 72 hour week. That's more akin to the kind of week you'd experience if trying to launch a business, not maintain. If that's your week, then you're doing something wrong with your time management.
#208 - moonjose (04/07/2015) [-]
what the actual fuck are you talking about man. please leave
User avatar #183 - Haentar (04/07/2015) [-]
Idk about your location, but in my high school it went from 8-3.
..and then we had required sports for 2/3 of every year that lasted until 5:30 (or 7:30 or 10:30 for stage crew/acting).

We were also given about an hour of homework per subject per day.
#64 - Teenagers and kids don't really have a concept of how valuable…  [+] (17 new replies) 04/06/2015 on Old people -10
User avatar #282 - iridium (04/07/2015) [-]
Really now. When I worked 37 hours the same week I had to both study for finals and spend 12 hours in lecture, with at least 3 hours on the bus per day because I can't afford a car, on top of all manner of other personal shit to take care of such as christmas shopping without the help of my deceased parents, I still could handle my order at KFC being 5 minutes late on my 30 minute lunch break (which ended up being 34 nearly getting me in trouble) with enough respect and understanding to know that these guys working behind the register could well be in the same position as I am: ordinary people trying to get by who occasionally make a goddamn mistake.

There's no excuse for being a rude cunt when someone is late. We're not talking about a customer service hotline completely ignores you. We're talking old shits who think "Oh my god my order is 3 minutes later than I expected it to fire this stupid shit!'
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User avatar #123 - eldorito (04/07/2015) [-]
I'm going to guess that you never worked a job in high school. 30 hours of school a week, 20 hours of work a week, and 7 hours of homework a week does not leave a shit ton of free time a week.
#125 - raraldor (04/07/2015) [-]
Sure, but even if you do work, it's only 6 hours a day at most, usually 4. School is simple fun for half the time your'e there. No work is crazy hard and you're just sitting comfortably writing notes or pretending to listen while daydreaming. Not to mention you have an elective or two each year where you get to enjoy what is basically free time doing something you enjoy. Bottom line is, in most cases, you aren't putting up with as much shit as adults yet, and even most of your time that isn't free time you aren't doing some big task.
#176 - maebarakeichi (04/07/2015) [-]
I'm 24 and I already had a job where I did work 12 sometimes 16 hours.
Meantime I still study from home. I don't think you know what the hell are you talking about bro.
Even the others have a lot of time taken away by studying and stuff.
Most times middle aged people have more free times than the younger ones.
#202 - raraldor (04/07/2015) [-]
Yes, but most of the time you are in school you aren't in a constant state of focus and work unless you had troubles in each and every class. That's the reason I'm saying older people have a better sense of value in time than younger people. You have your free time scattered throughout the day while sneaking in a few texts in class and daydreaming because the lesson was rather simple and easy to process.
User avatar #285 - whiteoverblue (04/07/2015) [-]
Sorry, man. After reading all of that, I can safely say that you have absolutely no idea of what you're talking about.
#283 - simplygabriele (04/07/2015) [-]
Really. And all the time you're at work, it's work and nothing else. 100%. You don't "sneak in" smoke or coffee breaks. You don't look at your phone at all. No music whatsoever. No chatter with co workers. Nothing. Just full on concentration All day every day 5-6 days a week. Bullshit.

Not only bullshit, but impossible. You mind wanders just as much as doing any other kind of activity. And it only makes me presume that you do not take academic work seriously, if you're so blaze about it. I've worked accounting, I've done office clerk work for a lawyer, I'm in college. Done art classes, done biochemistry labs, whatever. You zone out, or you get tired, you get back to work sooner rather than later. No more or less at school than at work. If you prefer to daydream in classes, you're the one who doesn't grasp the value of time and money investment. I'm not wasting 3 hours in a lecture class just staring at the ceiling, shit, that costs money, man.

Plus, making a scene and fucking up someone else's day or career as if your burger is somehow more important than someone else's... What does it achieve? Nothing. It's usually entirely counter productive, even. Now you're interrupting the flow, making people deal with your tantrum instead of making the food, it takes longer... No one's helped by the shitty attitude, you're not regaining your time, it's still going to take what it takes.
User avatar #127 - eldorito (04/07/2015) [-]
Somebody didn't do AP classes.
#199 - raraldor (04/07/2015) [-]
I took AP government actually, and even that I spent most of the time daydreaming and not paying much attention. Homework and stuff from that class weren't any longer than any other classes workload.
User avatar #76 - frenzyhero (04/06/2015) [-]
I came home in my last years of HS with an hour or so of "free time" at 9pm, but had to spend the next 3 hours doing homework.

I dont know what the living fuck you're talking about playing for 8 hours.
User avatar #207 - wallbuilder (04/07/2015) [-]
You.
#112 - raraldor (04/06/2015) [-]
what sort of school are you going to where you get home at the dead of night? Here High schools start at 7 and end at 1:25 or something.
User avatar #242 - frenzyhero (04/07/2015) [-]
Our school started at 7.25 and ended at 3.

What, don't you read? Had homework, a job, and I still had my extracurricular (BSA and for awhile, FTC). Everyday was a busy, packed day. Had virtually no free time. Running off 3-4 hours sleep was normal, and I was still in dual-enrollment classes.

distortedflare, try having a 12hr job for 20 years? If I worked 6 a week, that would be a 72 hour week. That's more akin to the kind of week you'd experience if trying to launch a business, not maintain. If that's your week, then you're doing something wrong with your time management.
#208 - moonjose (04/07/2015) [-]
what the actual fuck are you talking about man. please leave
User avatar #183 - Haentar (04/07/2015) [-]
Idk about your location, but in my high school it went from 8-3.
..and then we had required sports for 2/3 of every year that lasted until 5:30 (or 7:30 or 10:30 for stage crew/acting).

We were also given about an hour of homework per subject per day.
User avatar #101 - distortedflare (04/06/2015) [-]
Yeah well try doing that for the next twenty years
#25 - The man didn't fall, that's a win in my book. It's only stupid…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/20/2015 on MAN FALLING FOR 9 SECONDS... 0
#62 - Ken M (02/20/2015) [-]
Falling > Getting snow in your shoes. Guy failed.

All that aside, its fake and I'm surprised you couldn't tell
#26 - magmon (02/20/2015) [-]
Agreed. Nonetheless, I laughed my ass off.
#17 - but who took the picture?  [+] (1 new reply) 02/20/2015 on Tom cat +14
User avatar #21 - flyingicecream (02/20/2015) [-]
his wife
#41 - They both have a very punchable face I agree 02/04/2015 on Game of Thrones Characters:... +1
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