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21. Posted: Sun 4th Oct 2009 19:31 BST
Eh, I wouldn't assume anything about high ground. Not everyone shares the same values, so there really is no high ground. It's not exactly a black and white issue. But site rules prevail. It's just a matter of someone coming in here and drawing the line since there is seemingly contradiction in site rule and site practice -- not that I accuse anyone of double standard, but the rule is vague, as Corbie himself pointed out, and could use delineating.
Edited on Sun 4th October, 2009 @ 19:33 by Adam
Come on, friends,
To the bear arcades again.
22. Posted: Sun 4th Oct 2009 19:34 BST
@Adam: Did I mention your name? Some reacted strongly, I'm pretty sure you weren't one of them.
23. Posted: Sun 4th Oct 2009 20:17 BST
I don't even know what thread is being discussed, so I have no idea if you mentioned my name or why you would have. But that has no impact on what I was saying, so I'm not sure why you brought it up?
You say it's "far from the truth" that those who disagreed with you had the "high ground," but who're you to be the deciding opinion on where the high ground truthfully is, if there is high ground at all? It's a matter of perspective, and the only relevant high ground is what the site says, not any user's morality, because we all see things differently. If we all agreed, it would be a boring conversation.
Edited on Sun 4th October, 2009 @ 20:18 by Adam
24. Posted: Sun 4th Oct 2009 23:00 BST
I know Adam, I was just having another tantrum, you're best ignoring me when I go off on one.
I think the reason it bother's me so is because I do my best to ignore that scene and make a point of not looking. In this last week though, I have learned, a)what is a available through homebrew, b)how to do it, c)where to get it, without going any further than Nintendo Life. Whilst I want the discussion to be had, it will mean yet more people read and learn about such things. Considering the nature of Wii's audience, it's very possible there are a lot of homebrew 'noobs' who probably don't even know it exists. Personally I think it's best we keep it that way, minimize the damage so to speak.
These are my last words on feckin' homebrew and such, tired of thinking about it, ha.
Edited on Sun 4th October, 2009 @ 23:01 by Machu