PC and Wii U? I mean I get that Eternal Darkness as a GCN game, but...why???
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I only met him once, at California Extreme 2012. In those 5 minutes, I literally felt more appreciation and joy from him than I've ever felt from someone I admired.
As cheesy as it sounds, I'm sure Ryan wouldn't want people to mourn his loss, but celebrate his amazing life. Rest in piece, Ryan Davis, you glorious bastard. You are missed. <3
Dude I guess if your in-between jobs, your in-between jobs. There is no shame in being unemployed as long as you are looking for jobs! Can you leave it blank? You could always put "Competition Winner" but that will make you look a bit weird. If you are wanting to continue the line of work you were in previously I'd put the old job title. The purpose of the "job title/employer" is so people can identify quickly what you do, so in that regard it makes sense to put your previous title.
Yeah, I was thinking of putting my old title of IT Analyst, but then I didn't know who to put for employer. By default it puts "Consumer", which seems like a really weird thing to put there. Also, people were not lying when they said this job market is tough!
So I won a Twitter thing and got a ticket to the Xbox E3 Briefing; It's only about 11 hours away, and with it being the "Xbox One" E3, I am definitely going.
The problem is that I'm a newly unemployed Veteran, and part of the registration is to put a job title/employer (I'm assuming this will be on my registration badge). I don't feel comfortable putting my service branch on it when I'm no longer enlisted, and I would feel like a real idiot putting "Unemployed". Help me come up with something that they'd accept, that would work.
>_> Or someone hire me for no pay, let me put your org down, and I'll be your official Xbox E3 rep <_<
The classic XboxLIVE experience died with the introduction of XboxLIVE Parties. Now you get to talk to your friends all the time across all games, and neglect your in-match partners. A great development over the PS3, but still with crappy side effects.
I never really thought of it this way, but you're right! I love party chat, but the team game experience definitely suffers.
I pulled the title straight from the article because there's really no other appropriate way to frame it. I hope it turns out to be false, but her last forum post is so chilling I literally read it and got vertigo. This is the kind of stuff that really gets to me. When I was a kid, a friend of mine got harassed repeatedly after accidentally giving out her real info in an AIM chat, and she almost took her own life. People need to learn from this, there's a point where internet trolling and lulz becomes hate and harassment. I don't even know what else to say except I hope she's actually ok.