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- Tue, 08 Oct 2019 16:40:41 EST NJCUXe16 No.743856
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Anyone been getting down on classic wow? I have a 31 fire mage. Been doing dungeons because they're entertaining, cuz grinding is really boring to me which is a bummer because I run out of quests frequently. What's going on with you guys?
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Selphie Tilmitt - Tue, 08 Oct 2019 21:46:40 EST n0yTzv9G No.743866 Reply
Canceled sub today because blizzard sucks CPC dick

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honk - Tue, 08 Oct 2019 21:52:22 EST hRfsG87y No.743867 Reply
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>>743866
Yeah it's a real shit show. Pop on over to /r/Blizzard for a chuckle.
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Carmen Sandiego - Tue, 08 Oct 2019 22:47:11 EST 1n3QDKls No.743872 Reply
>>743856
For those of us who don't play WoW/read game news regularly, what's up with Blizz and China?>>743856
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Carmen Sandiego - Tue, 08 Oct 2019 22:56:23 EST 1n3QDKls No.743873 Reply
>>743872
and aftering searching for a bit more I found this

https:// www.businessinsider.com/blizzard-bans-esports-player-blitzchung-supporting-hong-kong-protests-interview-2019-10
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Laura Croft - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 00:49:59 EST dNrlHXlR No.743877 Reply
>>743872
Blizzard banned a Hearthstone pro and denied him his prize money after he won a tournament and said he supports Hong Kong in the post-tournament interview.
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Illidan Stormrage - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 01:00:45 EST 1PRipo9X No.743878 Reply
>>743877
He didn't say he "supports Hong Kong," he said "liberate Hong Kong." That doesn't mean he should be banned, obviously, but they are very different things considering many Hong Kongers and even a good amount of the protestors aren't pushing for total independence.
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Tommy Vercetti - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 01:51:43 EST yfWOIx0X No.743879 Reply
>>743878
I mean they're basically trying to get mainland China to leave them alone. Probably a not insignificant percentage of of them see the only way of that happening is independence.
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Bolozof Velasgo - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 02:00:23 EST p3ii5NPa No.743880 Reply
>>743877
>>743867
Why are companies so willing to do business with the Chinese government thought? I mean I know it's a huge market but certainly some of them have to be smart enough to know China could just ban their asses and take whatever content and resources they decided bring over in the blink of an eye right? There's literally no future benefit to bowing down to the CPC or pandering to them this hard
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Shy Guy - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 02:04:04 EST j75OC4Vb No.743882 Reply
>>743880
The Warcraft film made something like 70 million in the US. In china it made around 250 million I think? That's why. They couldn't give a shit about anything but money. That's why all those companies do that. The ancient one in Dr Strange. Supposed to be Tibetan. I wonder why it wasn't.
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Four - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 02:57:16 EST kEUWM/4T No.743885 Reply
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>>743882
Besides, China's economy has been on a steady increase for the past 25 years. Saying shit like "There is no future benefit" Shows just how ignorant they are to the coming threat. Within a decade China will eclipse the United states. Even loyal Allies to the US has started shifting away from them, introducing Chinese into their curriculum to strengthen their relations.

https://news.cgtn.com/news/3d3d674d3167444f32457a6333566d54/index.html
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Nodunaga Oda - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 08:42:00 EST INJgMOg/ No.743896 Reply
"Gamers propose punishing Blizzard for its anti-Hong Kong partisanship by flooding it with GDPR requests"

lol @ global capitalism
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Nodunaga Oda - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 11:43:17 EST INJgMOg/ No.743900 Reply
>>743898
So you googled the verbatim quote and ended up on the same spot with the verbatim quote?

GDPR requests are expensive and Activision making people do more of them is a detriment any way you look at it.

Congrats, you've just achieved rank 1 of Googling young man. You're well on your way to adolescence!
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honk - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 12:04:10 EST hRfsG87y No.743901 Reply
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>>743880
>There's literally no future benefit
Companies, especially publicly traded ones tend not to think about long term too much. It's all about quarter over quarter, year over year growth to satisfy the board of directors and the shareholders. This is proven time and time again.

>>743882
>They couldn't give a shit about anything but money. That's why all those companies do that.
Truf.
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Carmen Sandiego - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 12:23:42 EST 1n3QDKls No.743902 Reply
>>743880
China is about to turn 1/6 of the world's population from a formerly nearly 3rd world country, into a country with enormous wealth and wide ranging economy. Companies would not be acting in a fiduciary manner to their shareholders if they weren't trying to capture marketshare in China.
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Soma Cruz - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 14:00:50 EST CNMetUeI No.743905 Reply
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Yeah go ahead and give money to Blizzard
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Shy Guy - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 15:31:14 EST j75OC4Vb No.743908 Reply
I just realized, bobby kotik might stroll into someones office with a guitar hero controller soon because of this fiasco.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 15:39:28 EST GYRuqj/5 No.743909 Reply
>>743880
Cause they got over a billion fucking people and a whole lot of wealth so companies are trying to get that money whether it’s the NBA, Disney, or Epic (which Tencent owns 48% of). China’s playing 4D capitalist chess on their asses so stuff like Blizzard’s values don’t mean shit if it’s making them money, just look at WWE doing business with the Saudi Arabian government.
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HK-47 - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 16:02:27 EST chfCURzK No.743910 Reply
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>>743909
>tfw when capitalism starts fucking with western geopolitical interests
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Bad Mr. Frosty - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 16:22:14 EST Q3HjhG0c No.743911 Reply
>>743880
>Why are companies so willing to do business with the Chinese government thought?

Because for any fringe esport title that in no way was justifiably designed for spectation, but too popular not to force an esports scene on...

China doesn't just make or break the difference between profitability, China IS the profitability.

If you have a tiny percentage of the NA and European population, and you have one quarter of t hat percentage of the Chinese population, you just tripled your viewership by being in China.
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Carmen Sandiego - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 18:29:32 EST 1n3QDKls No.743915 Reply
>>743910
lol bretty gud Anon

Also, these problems are going to keep compounding as more foreign markets open up to American business interests.
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Bad Mr. Frosty - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 19:21:10 EST Q3HjhG0c No.743917 Reply
>>743916
Also, BTW their rules state absolutely nothing about personal politics.

What it does say is that at Blizzard's sole discretion they can revoke 100% of your prize money.
A: How the fuck is that even legal?
B: Why is their westward-facing official statement "Rules are rules" when the rule is literally that Blizzard has Carte Blanche?

They need to take responsibility and then give this motherfucker his prize money.
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Guy - Thu, 10 Oct 2019 06:33:07 EST 8YiHQb1u No.743943 Reply
>>743916
The Chinese statement from the NBA is the same. Extremely harsh to Morey to suck Chinese government dick.
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Nathan Hale - Thu, 10 Oct 2019 15:59:26 EST maR2jqzZ No.743957 Reply
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>tfw capitalists bow to imperial police states to screw you out of your hard earned money
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Kolyat Krios - Thu, 10 Oct 2019 16:57:31 EST 1PRipo9X No.743959 Reply
>>743957
>imperial police states
I mean if I wasn't aware of the specific context here I'd have zero idea of whether you were talking about the US or PRC
nb
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Amaterasu - Fri, 11 Oct 2019 20:52:26 EST n2kKQk4D No.744023 Reply
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>>743856
So the past few days I've logged in, checked the auction house, and had absolutely no fucking drive to actually play.

But Blizz just annouced that Blitzchung gets paid suspension is halved and the casters involved are now under suspension and not blacklisted from all of Blizzard permanently.

I still don't feel good about this but here we go
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Amaterasu - Fri, 11 Oct 2019 21:08:01 EST n2kKQk4D No.744027 Reply
>>744025
No please. Don't tempt me. One half decent reason and I'll roll a human warrior. I don't want to be like one of those people with two paladins.
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Rayman - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 05:49:19 EST N3FFbTWx No.744061 Reply
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I don't even give a rat's ass about the Hong Kong crap. Remember that this whole thing came about as a result of a law that was passed by the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, which is elected by any adult over the age of 18 who is not mentally incapacitated or in the armed forces.

Basically, a not insignificant portion of the population considers a closer relationship with China to be in their best interest. Remember that the 1997 Hong Kong handover was not about making Hong Kong independent but instead about giving China back a colony that was taken from them through military force. What we are looking at now is a protest over a law that some of Hong Kong's population would consider to be a violation of the "two systems, one country" doctrine that was central to the 1997 handover. The big emphasis is on "some" because the effect of a criminal extradition bill on sovereignty is definitely up for debate. The western media would have you believe that 99% of the people in Hong Kong are absolutely frothing at the mouth to be free from China in any way, shape, or form. The truth is that some want to be under China but have free elections, some want to be totally free, and some want to be under China. I have no clue what the actual proportions are, but frankly I do not trust western media institutions, especially when they are telling me to pick a side in a foreign conflict of any kind. I have seen too much CIA government overthrow bullshit (Iran? Grenada? Libya? Nicaragua anyone?) to not at least suspect that the side that is portrayed sympathetically in the media could be a US government-funded wedge to erode the sovereignty of another country.

I'm sick of this globalized world that asks you to be a God and automatically determine who's right and who's wrong across the fucking ocean through the easily distorted lens of journalism. I'm not saying that China is good (I sure as hell wouldn't want to live there) but I'm just an American so I have zero stake in what began with an anti-colonial shitfit between China and the UK in 1997. I can't tell you whether the majority of people in Hong-Kong share my opinions on China. I might start to care when this stuff has an actual effect on the quality of what I am buying or some other change of that magnitude because that would actually be something that affects my lifestyle. I actually think it's hilarious that normalfag companies can no longer say bad things about China, which is obviously a terrible country to live in. Meanwhile companies with closer ties to the Chinese government than a 5% stake who provide a far wider range of goods than electronic entertainment (and that are made with what is basically slave labor) will not be boycotted by most of the people who are taking a side in a political event across the ocean.
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Paul Phoenix - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 07:50:07 EST afJjYeFN No.744063 Reply
>>744061
Chinabot regularly shits on this place. The NSA have stopped posting survey threads on /b/ now. It's hard not to give a rats arse when China is literally trying to disrupt this community.
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Gruntilda - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 09:03:41 EST qj/j8QvK No.744066 Reply
>>744061
Fair point about not trusting the US media to deliver the truth of the matter. Of course not everyone in HK wants to be free of China. Yet many do. It's been a successful experiment all its own and could operate just fine going forward in that capacity. Especially if allowed to choose its own elected officials.

The US is deeply corrupt but China makes its stench of corruption very easy to smell... It's quite out in the open. There are some non-American people that might try to defend the actions of the US govt despite all its horrors. Nobody defends Big Brother China but the Chinese.
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Master-D - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 09:08:03 EST chfCURzK No.744068 Reply
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>>743957
>Watching gamers throw such a cringy shitfit over some fucking card game rando nobody has ever heard of, only a few years after either ignoring or outright supporting the blacklisting of Kaepernick for not doing the magic freedom cloth ritual
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Chell - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 10:29:56 EST RJ+z6ASz No.744069 Reply
>>744068
>why do videi games people care about things when it happens to video games man and not when it happens to sports man
>is it because they care about video games and not sports
>IS IT BECAUSE SPORTS MAN BLACK AND THEY'RE ALL RACIST CHUDS???
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Yoshi - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 11:00:29 EST +F/AP3HT No.744072 Reply
>>744069
I can guarantee you that a higher percentage of the people doing this performative HK shit watch pro sports than watch pro fucking Hearthstone.
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honk - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 11:09:21 EST hRfsG87y No.744073 Reply
>>744072
First of all, you literally can't guarantee that, second what do you mean by:
>performative HK shit
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Blaze the Cat - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 11:24:18 EST 1n3QDKls No.744076 Reply
>>744061
>Basically, a not insignificant portion
You could've just said significant, faggot
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Master-D - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 11:35:46 EST chfCURzK No.744079 Reply
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>>744073
You're not really going to pretend that televised Hearthstone matches was at all an organically popular thing that anybody knew or cared about until it became a convenient political headline, are you?
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Imperial Guard - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 12:01:49 EST QA5VYWlb No.744081 Reply
>>744079

You act like because you aren't interested in something that the population of viewers in dismissable in determining "organic popularity"? Not sure if televised are much different but hearthstone streams/tournaments are huge on YouTube. Tons of viewers including me its more fun to watch high level play than to try and keep up with the cards anymore (I've been playing since beta, started falling behind the meta as I slowed my playing around the time of League of Explorers.)

And the political thing is stupid but I guarantee the majority of players will keep playing and the game/company won't be affected too much. It's hearthstone. It's a hugely organically popular game.
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honk - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 12:14:11 EST hRfsG87y No.744083 Reply
>>744081
>It's a hugely organically popular game.
Why do you feel the need to include the word "organically" in there? Popular is popular. If you're implying that Blizzard didn't invest money into advertising it, you're a dumb goose.
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Machine Gun Willy - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 17:31:40 EST R3xoZJ22 No.744099 Reply
>>744083
We need more buzzwords! Throw organic and artificial at everything.
If you like it or think it's legitimate, it's organic. If you don't, it's artificial.
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Amaterasu - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 18:08:08 EST n2kKQk4D No.744103 Reply
>>744079
I don't think you understand how out of the loop most of us are on esports.

I dunno why people watch hearthstone but I watch other shit.

>>744072
>I can guarantee you that a higher percentage of the people doing this performative HK shit watch pro sports

Are you kidding? Sports are more popular than esports? That's your argument? No shit. Now go look at how many people watch them, especially in Asia.
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Nick Havoc Parker - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 18:53:44 EST ds13wuku No.744105 Reply
>>744103
The better counter would be that regardless of whether or not you are interested in eSports, corporations taking a hard stance on a political issue for profit is still morally reprehensible. That corporation can be a gaming company, a sports league, a clothing company, etc. Just because they don't wear or have interest in their apparel doesn't mean that people can't say company was acting immorally and with a profit motive. I mean, sure, that's all corporations do. But they do act morally when there's a greater backlash to their bottom line for not doing so.

Therefore, boycotting Blizz is worthwhile.
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Master-D - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 19:03:46 EST chfCURzK No.744107 Reply
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>>744105
>But they do act morally when there's a greater backlash to their bottom line for not doing so.
>Therefore, boycotting Blizz is worthwhile.
Every few months gamers get some new novelty boycott righteousness in their heads, and every time it's a hilarious failure
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Professor Oak - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 20:27:08 EST chfCURzK No.744112 Reply
>>744111
>video game boycotts = All forms of resistence
what an incredibly sad and limited life you must live to think that
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Kabal - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 20:34:13 EST HhL20R/A No.744113 Reply
>>744111
>chinabot
Oh god the /n/ schizos have broken out of their containment
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Four - Sun, 13 Oct 2019 03:24:09 EST sKhGmfMQ No.744125 Reply
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>>744113
Bitch, you have no idea. The moment you think you got it figured, you're wrong!
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Adrian Ripburger - Sun, 13 Oct 2019 08:21:30 EST 1n3QDKls No.744135 Reply
>>744125
I thought at first this might be fake news cuz the date of the article is March 17th and all the sidebar pieces in the image are news items that are still going on today. Literally nothing has changed in 2 years.
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Serious Sam - Sun, 13 Oct 2019 09:14:45 EST qj/j8QvK No.744136 Reply
>>744135
Keep the narrative the same. Makes it easy to worry about the right things and nothing else. Go back to bed, America. Your government is in control. There's nothing else going on but the crazy orange man and the nice new candidates who will surely save you from him and make it all better.


>>744125
Here's a link to this dump. https://wikileaks.org/ciav7p1/cms/page_17760284.html

You have to go up in the dir structure to see the other stuff
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Kung Lao - Sun, 13 Oct 2019 11:40:23 EST 0fgBvNO3 No.744141 Reply
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>>744136
Just think, thats American Tax Payer money being used to catalog ASCII artwork.
What does this even do for our security? How is this information even slightly useful?

Who is a CIA in this crazy world?
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Raziel - Sun, 13 Oct 2019 12:58:17 EST ds13wuku No.744143 Reply
>>744141
They need to know what the faces mean when they see them or post them, basically.

If you check out the directory it's mostly hacking tools, etc.
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Gutsman - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 13:50:49 EST UIHSSADh No.744194 Reply
>>744191
I'll only personally stop oppressing Hong Kong if you ask nicely
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Dig Dug - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 07:19:31 EST nqoNDEIz No.744258 Reply
Okay after talking to a guy from HK apparently independence is really not a popular thing. What they want ultimately is reunification.

The issue is just that China is treating them like shit and literally giving more political representation to corporations than people.
This is very parallel to the American revolution. I'm sure the vast majority of people considered themselves loyal British subjects until King dipshit started taking the piss. Probably not Sam Adams, but most people.

Unlike the colonies I think they really don't want full independence, just to be an autonomous state under China like they have been. Apparently the HK independence thing is mostly an exaggeration pushed by China to make it all seem more serious.
Ironically the only thing making the HK independence movement real is the frigging CCP and their dick moves.
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Fleurette - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 08:53:25 EST zS2I364V No.744260 Reply
>>744258
>after talking to a guy
Thanks for that deep insight into HK politics.
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Shaun Hastings - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 10:22:13 EST 2VxD97MR No.744266 Reply
>>744258
>What they want ultimately is reunification.
Boy, those hundreds of thousands of protestors sure are gonna feel silly when they find out they weren't supposed be protesting for independence and democracy. Thanks for clearing that up guy, I'm gonna drop a line to some HK protestors and let them know they've been doing it wrong this whole time.
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Claptrap - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 10:25:41 EST 7wyr6ung No.744267 Reply
>>744258
>I'm sure the vast majority of people considered themselves loyal British subjects
You're post is full of so much horseshit, but that part takes the cake.
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Dig Dug - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 10:46:22 EST nqoNDEIz No.744269 Reply
>>744267
No really. You think colonists instantly disavowed their country?

Do you not realize how many people sided with the British and slowly, slowly, slowly became more and more disenfrachised needing to be persuaded to the cause?

The biggest and most powerful group that didn't give a fuck for the crown was the Puritans, concentrated mainly in Massachusetts and Connecticut. They were numerous and influential, but they were absolutely not a majority.
Don't act like the colonists were against the crown from the start.
It literally took 100 years.
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Dig Dug - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 10:58:37 EST nqoNDEIz No.744270 Reply
>>744267
Regardless, the real difference is American identity was a much more prevalent thing in the people's minds. The people of Hong Kong don't think of themselves that way so much.

When HK was split three ways people generally identified with the country they came from instead of HK itself, which for a majority of HK citizens is China.
The calls for revolution are a young person thing right now. The old people think of themselves as Chinese, if not y'know, British.
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Claptrap - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 12:14:41 EST 7wyr6ung No.744272 Reply
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>>744269
>instantly
>over a century later
Stop posting, you're too stupid to be doing this.
>Don't act like the colonists were against the crown from the start.
I didn't. I made a one sentence post with nothing that you could have even inferred that from.

>>744270
>The people of Hong Kong don't think of themselves that way so much.
I guess we're lucky to have an expert on Hong Kong here to clear that up then. If we didn't have you here we might mistakenly think that well over a century of prosperity, growth and freedom that would inconceivable in China might give them a sense of cultural identity as Hong Kong, and not China. I sure am glad you're not an idiot that's completely full of shit.
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Rayne - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 12:20:05 EST INJgMOg/ No.744273 Reply
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>>744272
Ya'll are caring about shit you shouldn't be caring about. Do you live in Hong Kong? No? Ight then talk about video games or go talk in /p/ with the other unemployed neets with too much time on their hands.


Dire Maul just released today and I'm barely level 40... really hope my friend group and I can get our shit together before they start pummeling more content at us.
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Claptrap - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 12:28:15 EST 7wyr6ung No.744274 Reply
>>744273
>Ya'll are caring about shit you shouldn't be caring about.
You're on the wrong website.
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Ashley Riot - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 12:35:08 EST TD+AyigU No.744275 Reply
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>>744274
tbh I think you are.

We're here to smoke weed and play games, not LARP about being some brave patriotic internet warrior. If you want pats on the head for this then there's a certain better website for you.
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Kilik - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 12:50:04 EST d9jRSmwl No.744277 Reply
This isnt a website for wondering about people on a website being on a wrong website
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Claptrap - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 12:58:35 EST 7wyr6ung No.744278 Reply
This isnt a website for saying this isnt a website for wondering about people on a website being on a wrong website
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Daxter - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 13:05:05 EST HVt8l561 No.744279 Reply
>>744273
OMG LEBRON JAMES POSTING ON /VG/!!!1!!

drop us a 'sup /wooo/' after a dunk!
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Dig Dug - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 13:30:09 EST nqoNDEIz No.744280 Reply
>>744272
IDGAF

What's interesting is how we think we're so immune to other countries' propaganda, when we actively buy into bits and pieces of it when it suits us. That's the nature of it.

Just like the shareholders chugged down Blizzard's response yesterday. That thing wasn't for us, it was for them, carefully crafted in such a way as to as little as possible to us while fitting in everything they wanted to hear.

There's a difference between full independence and "Hey maybe we vote for our own fucking governor like an autonomous state of China and if we're gonna be a puppet state maybe you don't get to disappear us for agitating cuz the elections are rigged and that's pretty much not gonna let up at all"

And the reason the NBA and Blizz shit is so relevant to us is that China already strongarmed us into not acknowledging Taiwan independence, and now they exert their economic power to further those same ends in ways we never saw coming until they were already here.

But as terrifying as all of that is, while people are smashing all of the facial recognition surveillance cameras, their parents deep down still feel warm and fuzzy about being part of China again. Because that's how they felt 25 years ago when they couldn't elect the governor then either.

Give it another couple years, something's gotta break.
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Orchid - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 09:55:09 EST DwSXV5V+ No.744342 Reply
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In America, I'd think closer to 10-20 years. Things break all the time in American government and are not fixed for a while.

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