I was interested to read that HE was the one that suggested the picture, but it doesn't surprise me. He was a great man, I wish I could be 1 millionth of what he was.
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I just cancelled my subscription. And yes, I do understand that Whiskey Media doesn't have Giant Bomb anymore so it won't effect Giant Bomb at all but I just had to do it anyway.
I have to say though, good job. You guys had me totally fooled. I guess a lot of it is my fault though, I thought I was supporting a relatively small company with people who knew what the evils of the big corporate world were, I didn't really dig deeper than that.
Mistakes are supposed to be how we learn and grow. What I've learned from this is a horrible yet necessary lesson. That corruption and greed will always win in the end. Because they never give up, and they can bring down the best of us.
The more I see of this world the less I want to be a part of it, when you see a champion you've cheered for and believed in sell out to the enemy it guts you inside. I know it's just a website to some, but to me Jeff, Ryan, Vinnie and Brad were the little guys that emerged from the ashes of corporate Hell and showed them they could do just fine on their own.
And now this.
Flame me all you care to, because I won't be here to read any of it.
RIP Things to believe in.
The real issue is it shouldn't be legal for them to put this provision in the TOS to begin with. But as my esteemed colleague above said consumer rights in the U.S. are shit.
Nice to know if they hire some stoner to head up the privacy department and then you get your identity stolen because of it you have no legal rights to make them pay.
I so hope Google+ destroys Facebook, makes it wish it was MySpace. Facebook only got so big because it was really the only site of its kind whos layout didn't make your eyes bleed (i.e. MySpace) Now that there's legit competition I think a lot of people will tell Facebook and their lax privacy attitude where to go.
To the OP, sure I'll add ya. :)
For me, it was PC. My mom used to bring home a Compaq 2670 from her work (Pictured right) and my brother, sister and I would play Wheel of fortune, Jeopardy, and other games I can't remember since it was like 25 years ago.