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There is no"no politics" rule and this narrative is Nintendo-related.
I think that one makes a lot more sense than this. That's a very clear and honest demonstration against the breach of individual rights being struck down by the company that runs a significant game popular around the system at that point, so having the conversation spill over everywhere even remotely associated with Blizzard should've been expected and normal. This is a political campaign abusing the popularity of a movie game for votes and that horrible excuse for an ad being posted onto a subreddit which should never have anything to do with politics. Human rights are not political.
Politics are inherently talks on the policies we use to structure our society. Its not only"two sides struggling for power"
Discovering what individual rights are and how we protect them is the single most significant aspect of politics
I really don't have the full context here but it is not about abusing a certain distance, it is about reaching people. Games included BLM messages in the months following George Floyd. In a world filled with things bigger than games, games are certain to be changed. God help us when our applicants are inserted to FN.
Some bad intern got pretty funny busy work.
The sole election my villagers are concerned about is that the resident representative position.
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