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Qays said:

What does "cast judgment on products" even mean? Judge what about them? Certainly not their quality.

The market decides what is worthy of buying.

Quality is subjective.  Who are you to say what is quality?  Who am I to say what is quality?  No one gets to decide what other people get to like or dislike.



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Qays said:

The one who has the power still isn't a judge of quality. Not everything in life is governed by the invisible hand.

Oh, right. I forgot that you are the judge of quality.



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"The market decides what is worthy of buying."

Worthy in what way?

"Quality is subjective.  Who are you to say what is quality?  Who am I to say what is quality?  No one gets to decide what other people get to like or dislike."

Everyone gets to decide what they think other people should like or dislike. It's called having opinions. You should stop outsourcing your thoughts to the "market" and form some of your own.



Qays said:

"The market decides what is worthy of buying."

Worthy in what way?

"Quality is subjective.  Who are you to say what is quality?  Who am I to say what is quality?  No one gets to decide what other people get to like or dislike."

Everyone gets to decide what they think other people should like or dislike. It's called having opinions. You should stop outsourcing your thoughts to the "market" and form some of your own.

There are many reasons to like a product.  Different people can even enjoy the same product for different reasons.  There is no one right answer.

No, everyone gets to decide what they like.  No one gets to decide for other people.  I have my own opinions.  What makes you think I don't?  That's just a silly assumption.  Sometimes I like things the market likes, sometimes I don't, and sometimes I like things that the market doesn't like.



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"No, everyone gets to decide what they like.  No one gets to decide for other people.  I have my own opinions.  What makes you think I don't?  That's just a silly assumption.  Sometimes I like things the market likes, sometimes I don't, and sometimes I like things that the market doesn't like."

So the market does not, in fact, decide what is worthy of buying?



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Qays said:

"No, everyone gets to decide what they like.  No one gets to decide for other people.  I have my own opinions.  What makes you think I don't?  That's just a silly assumption.  Sometimes I like things the market likes, sometimes I don't, and sometimes I like things that the market doesn't like."

So the market does not, in fact, decide what is worthy of buying?

Everyone making these decisions are the market.



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And the market is right by virtue of its being the market?



Qays said:

And the market is right by virtue of its being the market?

By the virtue of being the fairest way to collect opinions on the only point that really matters (was this product worth buying?) yes



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But that's not what matters at all. What matters is the following point: was it worth buying to the people who are worth listening to?



Qays said:

But that's not what matters at all. What matters is the following point: was it worth buying to the people who are worth listening to?


wtf is that have to do with Metroid

and what matter is The Appeal of a Game, gamers buy games that are appealing to them.



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