Jacanuk's forum posts

#1 Posted by Jacanuk (4221 posts) -

i liked the game a lot and i don't understand where the hate comes from

hehe you seem to love those broken games, AO, Watchdogs, Destiny etc. :D

But its not hate its just disgust on how broken and bad the game is because of bugs and glitches and then to add it the developers WB said Go F yourself we dont care and wont fix anything.

#2 Posted by Jacanuk (4221 posts) -

@Jacanuk said:

@The_Last_Ride said:

So it seems tha all the major sites collaborate on what stories to print and not to print and what to release. This is what GanerGate has been all about. This is really bad, they have their own group to talk what to post and now. It shows how bad it has gotten

Link

who gives a crap? Also they are critics not journalists and never will be anything to the sort. Calling them journalists or expecting them to live up to journalists code of ethics is insane, they are layman with almost no relevant journalistic background or education, some are even just forum members who got lucky and got hired.

Also who honestly cares about this gamersgate? i mean unless you are directly involved or american, this has absolute no meaning.

I care about the gamergate, because journalists have been exposed to be corrupt. They aren't spokes persons for consumers, but the companies

But why care? first its a american site, american people and a small american community that is involved, for the rest of the world and the rest of the gaming community it doesn't mean jack, its not like there isent plenty of other better sites out there then Polygon and Kotaku (which btw is and always have been crap on crap) and in terms of Dumb and Dumber its actually good for them that people keep talking about it, imagine if people would use their head and just say "eh" and walk on and forget it.

#3 Edited by Jacanuk (4221 posts) -

@The_Last_Ride said:

So it seems tha all the major sites collaborate on what stories to print and not to print and what to release. This is what GanerGate has been all about. This is really bad, they have their own group to talk what to post and now. It shows how bad it has gotten

Link

who gives a crap? Also they are critics not journalists and never will be anything to the sort. Calling them journalists or expecting them to live up to journalists code of ethics is insane, they are layman with almost no relevant journalistic background or education, some are even just forum members who got lucky and got hired.

Also who honestly cares about this gamersgate? i mean unless you are directly involved or american, this has absolute no meaning.

#4 Edited by Jacanuk (4221 posts) -

@Flubbbs said:

i knew it was gonna be something to do with California before i even clicked the thread. its ridiculous that Cinco De Mayo is even celebrated in the United States

You are right, Americans should only celebrate MURICANNNN made events such as "st. patricks day, christmas, halloween, Thanksgiving" etc.

#5 Posted by Jacanuk (4221 posts) -

@Jacanuk said:

@mingmao3046 said:

http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2014/09/17/ninth-circuit-court-wont-reconsider-u-s-flag-shirt-ban-at-california-school/

Political correctness has gone too far

If you ever fail in your main profession/Job you can always apply for a job as a spindoctor.

First its not banning american flags, the org. case was about a clear provocation by white students to come with t-shirts with the american flag painted on during a "Cinco de Mayo" celebration. And the court didn´t ban or even hear the case, what they voted on was if the case was something they should hear, and they voted no,

So you see nothing wrong at all with the school not allowing students to wear american flags, IN AMERICA? This makes zero sense. You should be allowed to wear an american flag on every single day of the year in a public school like this. Why couldnt they ban the Mexican flag instead if this was causing so many issues?

I dont have a problem with a school making sure that some white privileged students dont get to ruin all the other students joy, just because it happens to be a Cinco de mayo celebration. What i do have a problem with and im glad the supreme court almost laughed this out of room, and thats these white students think they can use the american flag as a symbol for their racist ideas.

So the question is do you support these white racists idea that they can use the american flag as a symbol do destroy and ruin a whole scholls celebration and fun?

#6 Posted by Jacanuk (4221 posts) -

http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2014/09/17/ninth-circuit-court-wont-reconsider-u-s-flag-shirt-ban-at-california-school/

Political correctness has gone too far

If you ever fail in your main profession/Job you can always apply for a job as a spindoctor.

First its not banning american flags, the org. case was about a clear provocation by white students to come with t-shirts with the american flag painted on during a "Cinco de Mayo" celebration. And the court didn´t ban or even hear the case, what they voted on was if the case was something they should hear, and they voted no,

#7 Posted by Jacanuk (4221 posts) -

@Jacanuk said:

@The_Last_Ride said:

@evildead6789: Yup, that pretty much summed it up

Im not sure where your hate for cops and america comes from but no that doesnt sum anything up.

Also before you start again with your campaign against the police, you should know that there in 2012 only were 410 deaths directly from altercations with the cops, So again its not like the american cops run around shooting black people on the spot or even white people.

i am not against cops, i am against people killing other people and getting away with it. 410 deaths is still 410 deaths too much

Sure we can agree that 410 is to many if they were all innocent but the fact is that they are all engaged with the police for a reason and i would much rather see 410 dead criminals then 410 dead police-officers or 410 innocent people because the cops were too afraid or to caught up in the media´s hetz to protect them.

But i must admit im amazed at how the human psyche works sometimes, Cops are bad if they dont do their job and they are bad if they do, do their jobs and joe kitchen and Jane couch cant as a layman see the reason chopped out in stone and happening right in front of them.

#8 Edited by Jacanuk (4221 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@Riverwolf007 said:

nothing is more of a threat to a man with a gun than a guy 300 feet away with a knife.

Well, that has nothing to do with this case.

Not to mention that unless 300 feet has a different meaning in his world. I wouldn't exactly call this 300 feet.

But perhaps he meant 300 kids feet?

#9 Edited by Jacanuk (4221 posts) -

@Jacanuk said:

I assume you are from europe, so you need to read more or you just dont know your own region.

And yes UK has one of the rare policeforces where a majority is not carying guns. but even they had to open fire 18 times in 2012 and who doesn't know about the Mark Duggan case

So sorry but try again.

Why would I need to read more, I think it's you that need to read more.

The uk may not be carrying guns but their laws are still more radical than the rest of europe.

The uk didn't sign the european constitution as well

Why you need to read more? well to educate yourself of course.

Because its not that hard to find the exact same thing as this Hunt case in almost every single european city because the fact is that as long as we have human beings as cops, we will have judgments that for a layman might seem wrong. Like this not to mention that the only reason this ever became more than just a number in a statistic is for the reason why some people are claiming he got shot, and thats the colour of his skin.

#10 Posted by Jacanuk (4221 posts) -

@evildead6789: Yup, that pretty much summed it up

Im not sure where your hate for cops and america comes from but no that doesnt sum anything up.

Also before you start again with your campaign against the police, you should know that there in 2012 only were 410 deaths directly from altercations with the cops, So again its not like the american cops run around shooting black people on the spot or even white people.