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[–] [email protected] 1 points 6 hours ago

I also enjoyed the quote from a man saying "you don't see little girls playing with model planes" as proof that women genetically aren't meant to be pilots in an article denying the industry has an inclusion problem that needs to be addressed.

"We've noticed a lack of women becoming pilots so we created a DEI department to see if there might be some things we're doing that is discouraging women from seeking this as a career"

"Hiring women pilots!? How are women going to fly a plane!? They can't even drive a car! We're going to get more plane crashes if we hire women as pilots! They should just be a stewardess! And what happened to those short skirts they used to wear?"

"...well good news is we figured out the problem in record time!"

[–] [email protected] 1 points 15 hours ago (1 children)

Make yourself a question. If it's perfectly legal for Ubisoft to "shut down" phisical videogames you bought in the store: why isn't everybody doing so?

Because people would stop buying their games!

[–] [email protected] 11 points 17 hours ago

A gust of wind? In the middle of a field? Chance in a million!

[–] [email protected] -1 points 19 hours ago (3 children)

Jesus christ does it say that? No it doesn't. Everyone in this thread is constantly making shit up to make it sound like what Ubisoft did is literal murder. Selling things with no warranty is perfectly legal and the government isn't going to overturn laws because Ubisoft is a shit company. Just don't buy from Ubisoft! It's easy!

Most licenses for software sold at retail disclaim (as far as local laws permit) any warranty on the performance of the software and limit liability for any damages to the purchase price of the software. One well-known case which upheld such a disclaimer is Mortenson v. Timberline.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/End-user_license_agreement

[–] [email protected] -2 points 1 day ago (5 children)

Say I go to a furniture store and buy a table. It has a 5 year warranty

It doesn't. Before you buy the table they make you sign this agreement (which has a typo in it), explicitly stating there is no warranty.

YOU EXPRESSLY ACKNOWLEDGE THAT USE OF THE PRODUCT IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMISSIBLE UNDER APPLICABLE LAW, THE PRODUCT IS SUPPLIED ON AN “AS IS” AND “AS AVAILABLE“ BASIS. UBISOFT UBISOFT’S LICENSORS, CHANNEL PARTNERS AND ASSOCIATED SERVICE PROVIDERS DO NOT MAKE AND HEREBY DISCLAIM ANY GUARANTEES, CONDITIONS, WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY OR OTHER TERMS INCLUDIND AS TO: (A) ITS CONFORMITY, ACCURACY, CURRENTNESS, COMPLETENESS, RELIABILITY OR SECURITY (B) ITS SUITABILITY FOR A PARTICULAR USE; (C) IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT; (D) ITS MARKET VALUE; OR (E) YOUR SATISFACTION. UBISOFT DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE PRODUCT WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR-FREE, THAT DEFECTS WILL BE CORRECTED, OR THAT THE PRODUCT IS FREE OF VIRUSES OR OTHER HARMFUL COMPONENTS. YOU ASSUME ALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR SELECTING THE PRODUCT TO ACHIEVE YOUR INTENDED RESULTS, AND FOR THE INSTALLATION OF, USE OF, AND RESULTS OBTAINED FROM THE PRODUCT.

[–] [email protected] 85 points 1 day ago (2 children)

You hear about that gay Irish couple? Gerald Fitzpatrick and Patrick Fitzgerald.

[–] [email protected] -3 points 1 day ago (8 children)

This is why regulations are needed

Say I go to a furniture store, say the store is called Ubersoft, and buy a table. I get home and the table is lopsided and unbalanced. I call up Ubersoft and ask for a replacement or refund. They tell me to go fuck myself.

Next month I go to Ubersoft and buy some chairs. I get home and the chairs are lopsided and unbalanced. I call up Ubersoft and ask for a replacement or refund. They tell me to go fuck myself.

Next month I go to Ubersoft and get a desk. I get home and the desk is lopsided and unbalanced. I call up the store and ask for a replacement or refund. They tell me to go fuck myself.

I get real mad and petition the government that regulations are needed in the sale of furniture. They tell me regulations are not needed. I just need to stop going to Ubersoft for my furniture. They are right.

There are lots of companies making video games. Everyday, every single day, about 50 new games are released on Steam. They are not by the same company. It's 50 different companies releasing 50 different games. 99% of them will not have always online DRM. They will not have game passes/battle passes/season passes. They will not have a third party account. They will not have their own launcher. They will not have kernel-level anti-cheat. If you got burned by Ubersoft, that sucks, but you can easily never buy from them again. There are a plethora of alternatives.

[–] [email protected] 20 points 1 day ago

This. Here's what gun rights groups have said about Hunter Bidens conviction:

"Gun Owners of America believes the underlying law is unconstitutionally broad, but so long as it remains on the books, Hunter deserved no special treatment or mercy," Pratt told Fox News Digital.

"While some might question the validity of the gun law used to prosecute Biden, given the current administration's disdain for the Second Amendment and their efforts to take guns out of the hands of law-abiding citizens, I suspect most gun owners won't lose any sleep over this particular conviction." [Mike McCoy, a Second Amendment attorney for the Mountain States Legal Foundation]

Only one gun rights group has actually said they don't care who anti-gun laws are used against, they don't support those laws.

"Countless lives are destroyed every year under the federal government’s unconstitutional and immoral regulations. We proudly work to eliminate these laws and create a free world. Just as we have in many other cases, we stand ready to assist Mr. Biden in his challenge of federal gun laws," said FPC [Firearms Policy Coalition] President Brandon Combs.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/gun-rights-groups-call-law-used-convict-hunter-biden-unconstitutional

[–] [email protected] 13 points 2 days ago (2 children)

Bigfoot doesn't seem so bad.

[–] [email protected] 10 points 2 days ago

Certainly, one of the major risks for a company is not to use AI, as this would mean a competitive disadvantage vis-à-vis other industry players.

To quote I Will Fucking Piledrive You If You Mention AI Again

How about you remain competitive by fixing your shit?

[–] [email protected] 11 points 2 days ago (1 children)

I couldn't read the OP paywalled article but other similar articles mostly cite students from low-income families struggle the most. My guess is there are now more kids living in low-income families than before, and declining literacy rates is just a byproduct of growing wealth inequality.

 

I've recently started using the Boost for Lemmy app on my phone and it's amazing. I was using Liftoff before but I'm switching over. However, I've noticed an issue. When I browse through communities using Liftoff I see a lot more posts and comments than when I use Boost.

I figured this was an issue with Boost at first, but when I used my computer to edit these screenshots I noticed the same thing happens in my browser!

Opening up https://lemmy.world/c/boostforlemmy I see all the posts that Liftoff shows. Of course I'm not logged in since my account is on Lemmy.ca.

When I log into Lemmy.ca and view the community though: https://lemmy.ca/c/[email protected] I only see the posts that Boost shows! Many posts are now missing!

I figured this is an issue with Lemmy.ca blocking stuff. But wait! The most recent post (titled "Bug: Hiding all read posts also hides...") has the URL https://lemmy.world/post/6954944 which, of course, does not allow me to comment on since I'm not logged in. If I search for that post through Lemmy.ca I find the equivalent post with the URL: https://lemmy.ca/post/7377534 which now allows me to comment on it through my Lemmy.ca account.

Does any one know what's going on here? Clearly Lemmy.ca can "see" all the posts in the BoostForLemmy community on Lemmy.world. Even Liftoff manages to show all of them! So why does my browser and Boost for Lemmy not show everything unless I specifically search it out?

 

I made this a while back to use as a background for my phone. What do you think?

 
 

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