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Graeme

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Graeme last won the day on December 23 2018

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  1. I really hate this notion that because right wing politics is obnoxious and confrontational, that it's somehow anti-establishment. Trump literally grew up within the world's social elite, and I'm not talking about some shadowy conspiracy-theory-bullshit illuminati, I'm talking about the empirically observable global capitalist class. His policies have done precisely nothing to shift the balance of power to those who have less, even within his own supporter base. He continues to assist his billionaire peers through tax cuts and to uphold every tenet of the system that sees wealth and influence
  2. I think this is something that I struggle with. From the first time I became aware of who Donald Trump was, my first impression was 'this guy is an awful human being.' Fair enough, that was watching a documentary called You've Been Trumped which documented his purchase of an estate in the Northeast of Scotland and its conversion into a golf resort, highlighting the environmental damage done and his treatment of those who had land nearby and wouldn't sell. Needless to say, it didn't paint a very flattering picture of the man, but honestly most of the brush strokes were his own. He came across a
  3. There literally are things that you can do to avoid being infected though.
  4. The funniest part of the whole debate was watching Trump try to stay quiet for two minutes. I just knew he wasn't going to be able to do it.
  5. Isn't that the real tragedy though? Those traits seem pretty basic pre-requisite for making someone worth looking up to - and if someone is not worth looking up to then how can they be a leader? I feel like so many people just accept Trump for what he is and it's something I've never been able to do.
  6. I think the thing is that debates, particularly shouty, verbal debates don't necessarily actually tell you much about who is closer to the truth, they often just tell you who is the most aggressive and argumentative.
  7. Neutral . He's been openly a Tory since University.
  8. I downloaded the Super Nintendo feature for the Switch a week or so ago and I've been playing through (and subsequently replaying) Super Metroid. What a game. It looks so good on a big, modern flatscreen TV, the colours pop and the world is just bursting with personality. I've found it totally immersive, and the thing that's really surprised me is how instantly replayable it is - normally on finishing a game I'd want to move on to something new, but I immediately started another save file and wanted to see how much faster I could beat it if I played it again. Did most of it in a 3-and-a-half-h
  9. I'd imagine you'd have to do at least a bit of porting to get Galaxy to work on a console that's not the Wii, given the control scheme. I also saw a video that juxtaposed the games on Switch with their counterparts on original hardware and they definitely looked better, sharper and clearer.
  10. I don't know much about him from his playing days, even his time in Scotland, but literally every quote I see from him, he comes across as a fucking horrible human being like the kinda guy nobody would want to be around.
  11. I think it's a work in progress 😅 sure the functionality will be nice at the end, but right now it's a bit of an eyesore (and I hope we keep the classic emoticon set rather than the new one that was there when i clicked).
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