Hit hand is a really good game.
idk if you've ever played Hit-man, but it's alot like that except it's actually a secret handshake
marital statusI can't make fun of incels?
political affiliationnor ancaps??
It, however, does not mean that speech is consequence-free, particularly if whatever is said breaks other laws.I've never liked this argument against free speech, as the rule of consequences applies to pretty much everything in the world. You can't make levels for video games consequence-free either. I do agree with the sentiment that this is a private community that can and should be moderated, this is just an unrelated response to a phrase I see constantly repeated.
Perhaps a distinction needs to be made between comments that offend, and comments that intentionally harm or are unreasonably inconsiderateThe problem with this angle is that I don't think the person in question meant to intentionally harm, he let his personal experience give him an emotionally charged, incorrect opinion about trans issues.
Do newer VR solutions still require those pillar positional sensors to be placed around in a room? I thought the new Oculus uses cameras mounted on the headset and a gyro or something?Only the Oculus quest does this, sadly. The Oculus Quest can't run decent games on its own, so you have to buy extra cables and whatnot to link it to your PC.
Fog does indeed seem to be broken, I just tried. It says it needs OpenGL mode even though I am running OpenGL. Maybe some kind of additional dll file is required or something?I recall having seen a forum thread about it, apparently the fog only works on a specific set of outdated drivers/hardware that nobody really uses anymore, so it's apparently obsolete.
blaming everything bad that happens in the world purely on a moral and educational system that would allegedly make guys feel like they have the right to commit mass shootings seems terribly baseless and simplistic to me.Yeah, it is pretty simplistic. But it's not about feeling like "you have the right" to commit a mass shooting. It's a rebellion against the nature of living. It's rooted in resentment, powerlessness, and hatred. It's the spirit of a resentful Cain rebelling against god by killing that which he himself respects.
(as though it would remain perfectly relevant and meaningful after all the changes in technology and civilization we've been through and will continue to go through).It's to defend against tyranny and protect yourself as an individual. Only the most privileged people on Earth are comfortable enough to think they don't need a gun to defend themselves. The underprivileged must be allowed to defend themselves from harm.
The male experience is driven by the idea that no matter what happens, you must be manly.I think you've got a strong point here. But at the same time, I think masculine traits are very positive and can be used to counterract evil, internally and externally.