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[-] legion 6 points 3 months ago

A fool and their money are soon parted.

[-] legion 79 points 3 months ago

"Women are too emotional to vote, they should only have firearms instead" is parody material.

[-] legion 1 points 3 months ago

So much for, "they won't raise your rates at T-Mobileeee!"

[-] legion 8 points 3 months ago

Chargers' cap is deep in the red for 2024, and they're going to have to make some moves to get their head above water. They're too top-heavy right now. Might need a clean-up year before they really hit their stride.

[-] legion 9 points 4 months ago

You're correct, the other commenter missed the "2 computers" part of your comment.

You can run multiple Steam games at the same time on the same PC, but not on different PCs.

That is, unless you take advantage of Steam's "offline" mode. If you launch Steam in offline mode on the secondary computer, you'll be able to play already-downloaded Steam games on that PC, while still being free to play Steam games normally on the primary computer.

[-] legion 37 points 4 months ago* (last edited 4 months ago)

But this isn't the formula for all games. While we might agree that games from 2000 or even 2010 are "showing their age", at this point 5 to 8-year-old games are less and less likely to be seen as 'too old' by comparison to hot releases.

As someone that grew up in the '80s and '90s, it's wild how much different the pace of change in games was then compared to now.

In 1991 I was playing NES games and 256-color VGA MS-DOS games, in 1998 I was playing Half-Life. Every single thing about the experience of video games changed in that span.

In 2017 I was playing Breath of the Wild, in 2024 I'm playing more or less the same game in Tears of the Kingdom.

[-] legion 2 points 4 months ago

The malware is other League players.

[-] legion 5 points 4 months ago

I've been playing it a lot more since I got the OLED. It turns out that I disliked the LCD on the original Deck more than I realized. And not just the difference from OLED itself, but the screen size and 90hz refresh also. Those chunky bezels really did suck, and now the screen feels more like it "fits" the device size.

The larger battery capacity has sure helped too.

[-] legion 2 points 4 months ago

However over time you notice some things. First, it doesn’t let you sit incorrectly (like with your leg folded under your butt). Second, you can sit in in for hours (covid work from home situation) and be perfectly fine. Third, after 3+ years of ownership, it’s immaculate.

This right here. People expect to sit in an expensive chair and get a soft, plush, "comfortable" feeling. No, that's not what a quality chair is for. A quality chair's purpose is to let you be 40 years old, sit in it for an 8 hour workday, and get up at the end of the day with zero back pain (at least, none from sitting in the chair).

I forget how uncomfortable chairs can be until I travel for work and have to sit in something else for a whole day.

[-] legion 1 points 4 months ago

I spent $300 and $400 for my two used ones.

[-] legion 10 points 4 months ago

A true quality office chair, like the Herman Miller Aeron, and not one of those awful "racing chair" game streamer pieces of junk.

Doesn't even have to be brand new. I bought both of my Aerons used, and I think their manufacture dates are like 2008 and 2013. I've had them for many years, sat in the 2008 one every workday for the past 10 years, and it might as well still be new. I see no reason that I won't sit in it for the next 10 years. I could have gone through a bunch of crappy Office Depot chairs in that span.

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Both sides have consistently said a deal is getting done, and it sounds like they're in the final push to make that happen.

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Of all the “glass cannon” RBs Shanahan has employed, Mitchell might be the glassiest.

Sure hope the good vibes around Mason and TDP this summer continue.

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When asked point-blank if there was any concern about not being able to get a deal done, Lynch immediately said, "No."

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