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    MS needs to showcase XSX as well as UE5 showcased PS5

    in Microsoft Discussion on 04 June 2020

    curl-6 said: I don't expect early PS5/XSX games to look as good as the UE5 demo either, but I'm sure the demo still got a lot of people hyped to buy a PS5. The demo has over 12 million views already, more than most trailers for high-profile games. MS should make a similar case for why theirs is the box to get for those who want amazing next gen visuals. The point is, do they...

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    MS needs to showcase XSX as well as UE5 showcased PS5

    in Microsoft Discussion on 02 June 2020

    sales2099 said: In the end it’s only temporary. Xbox does have the upper hand long term. Right now it’s more in their interest to take the BC gaming preservation route because Sony has a bad service by comparison. BC is usually a requested feature in the first year until it dies off in the 2nd. We know Xbox is more powerful, MS will show it in due time.  However...

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    MS needs to showcase XSX as well as UE5 showcased PS5

    in Microsoft Discussion on 02 June 2020

    If MS keeps focusing on that forward compatibility strategy while Sony takes the gaming experience to the next level thanks to the new capacibilities of the hw, I'm afraid MS will be in a worse spot than it is now in the next few years. ...

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    So, are we not gonna talk about this?

    in Politics Discussion on 02 June 2020

    Hopefully this whole situation will make people realize that a strong welfare state and helping the weakest segments of the population is essential if we want to avoid social disorder when the situation gets dire. ... ...who am I kidding. ...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 29 April 2020

    vivster said: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/04/28/us/coronavirus-death-toll-total.htmlSo many uncounted deaths in the US. Looks like they have at least 50% more deaths than official numbers. Do we know what happens if uninsured citizens get infected? Do they still need to pay astronomically high fees if they get hospitalized? If that's the case, many people dying without...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 26 April 2020

    Trumpstyle said: Hehe you guys will have no choice, you will mimic us :) Whatever happens, I will never wear a face mask, that is for certain. Why not? Wearing a mask is just a minor inconvenience and it can help stop the spread and ultimately save lives.  ...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 08 April 2020

    NightlyPoe said: And yet, again, the United States has so far performed better than many of those developed countries in the current challenge.  Is this a joke? You guys could see what was happening in Europe and your president kept saying that everything was fine. The NY State is now experiencing what 1 single region of Italy have been dealing with for the last 40 days....

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 08 April 2020

    NightlyPoe said: You are trying to shift the topic, and I'm not going to follow you.  Further discussion isn't needed because I'm not interested in debating the merits of single-payer vs. market-based health insurance, at least not tonight.  I'm asking you to defend this comment:I'm just glad this virus finally puts to rest USA has best medical system.Can you give me a reason...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 02 April 2020

    PortisheadBiscuit said: I love how people associate being "fit" with being healthy, when there's plenty of "fit" people doing unhealthy things. Like taking ungodly amounts of creatine, whey protein, BCAAs, pre workout, energy drinks, steroids, human growth hormone and other things thar arent the best for your liver and kidneys. Lifting, pressing, squatting, and curling extremely heavy...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 02 April 2020

    SvennoJ said: Being active is a good choice to stay healthy. Lean can be achieved in very unhealthy ways. Smoking can keep you lean!Of course eating healthy is the first step. You can eat junk food while exercising to stay lean. One healthy action probably doesn't negate all the negative effects of the other. I'm glad schools have started to pay attention to the food they...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 02 April 2020

    SvennoJ said: For some, not for all. It's like saying cancer is a lifestyle choice. Obesity is generally not healthy, obesity starts at a bmi of 30 and over. There are exceptions, sumo wrestlers have a BMI of 56, eat 5,000 calories a day and train all day, until they don't:Japanese sumo wrestlers are often used as a popular example of metabolically healthy obese. They are morbidly obese...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 02 April 2020

    JRPGfan said: Corn Syrup is worse than normal sugars for sweeting things. Corn Syrup is a "normal sugar", though. Sugar is just a generic term that includes several things (glucose, saccarose, fructose, lactose and so on). Corn Syrup is mostly composed of glucose and fructose. Fructose is metabolized by the liver. The same fructose that is contained in fruit. The problem with...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 01 April 2020

    vivster said: What if I told you that there are still people downplaying the issue? Makes it really tough to blame it on China now. Feeble-minded people that can't accept they were wrong and don't want to change their official stance even if deep down they know they were being unreasonable.  And I still blame China. They're the main culprit here, let's not kid ourselves....

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 01 April 2020

    vivster said: I would say it's a great thing that people finally start to notice China if I wasn't so god damn sure that everything will go back to status quo after each country dealt with their own problem. True. The real madness here is how the West put their economies in China's hands. But hey, gotta keep the economy going, so we're ready to close our eyes and pretend we don't...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 30 March 2020

    Chris Hu said: Looks like the death toll in China is more then likely a lot higher then the reported numbers according to a Newsweek article that got published today. I'm actually surprised so many people were so gullible that they took the official numbers seriously. It's very likely that the death toll is higher in many european countries too, I'm afraid. ...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 29 March 2020

    Teeqoz said: The economic effects shouldd't be ignored. The 2 Trillion dollar stimulus package that congress passed is equivalent to ~50% of the investment that would be required to make the US run on 100% renewable. I'm sure that too would save millions of lives over the course of the next decades. Unemployment raises mortality rates, not to mention the broad hitting reduction in quality...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 29 March 2020

    NightlyPoe said: Out of curiosity, does anyone know why Los Angeles is sounding the alarm that they're about to get hit like New York did soon? I'm not seeing anything that makes me think that region's about to blow up. It's a densely populated city and countermeasures are lax. It will blow up. When people start to get hospitalized, it means that a good chunk of the population is...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 28 March 2020

    JRPGfan said: So far only 28 states out of the 50? in the USA have gone into shutdown, an demanded people "social distance", and avoid gatherings ect right?My question is.... what the hell are the last 22 states thinking?Do they believe they wont get hit nearly as badly by this thing? Wont we just see a repeat of New York play out those places 2 weeks or so down the...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 20 March 2020

    Mnementh said: Uh, interesting, do you have a source? http://www.simaonlus.it/wpsima/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/COVID19_Position-Paper_Relazione-circa-l%E2%80%99effetto-dell%E2%80%99inquinamento-da-particolato-atmosferico-e-la-diffusione-di-virus-nella-popolazione.pdf Unfortunately it's italian only. It's from an italian NPO (http://www.simaonlus.it/). To be honest, the research...

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Discussion Thread

    in General Discussion on 20 March 2020

    vivster said: last92 said: I'm afraid that's not the case, at least in the US and UK. As things get tougher, so will those countries. Don't forget people are actually needed and when it comes to save them, people can move mountains. I mean look at the US. Even the biggest rich asshole in the country is employing socialism already. And that's the problem with...

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