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The Corporate Forgetfulness of Beancounter General

The Corporate Forgetfulness of Beancounter General At one point during a company’s rise to the skies, sometimes they manage to forget what they’re about. Corporate mentality makes it so what drove the company forward up to that point is driven away by a profit-first mentality that investors require, when they’re involved. When in doubt, blame …

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You need hills and mountains, not plains.

Star Wars Episode VIII spoilers ahead. Today I went to the cinema ready to be disappointed. Slightly disappointed, but disappointed nonetheless. Star Wars: The Last Jedi is out and after the partial miss-step of the previous chapter, I could not have high expectations, even though Episode VII had a potentially good setup for the following …

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The Asinine Society, Wing One: the Shamingful Voter

There are some things that we just believe are given and just go by in the background, but if we take a moment of our extremely precious time and analyze them, we realize they’re beyond absurd. There are positive examples.. Meet Bloppo. Bloppo is a pizza farmer, he attends to pizza meetings and is very …

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Review Magazines are dead. Let them rest in peace.

I’m afraid many people would be out of a job, but in today’s world, their place is really difficult, to the point of impeding their proper work. There’s also the issue of fanboys doing reviews in such a way that makes your eyes bleed, and people doing reviews of games they clearly do not appreciates …

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Admitting defeat: Method of expression supports its content

I’ve always been convinced what matters is the content, not its form, as far as my behaviour goes. This means this is how I justified being extremely rough, non-caring, with a sloppy vestiary and sloppy behaviour. I could just say “what matters is who you are underneath” like a cool dude quoting Batman Begins, and …

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