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Old 08-23-2016, 03:18 PM   #46
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it really is, and niantec keeps taking away functionality and banning gamers in the spirit of "keeping the game fun" or whatever. i mean the only thing that's become more fun is the game doesn't crash all the time, but now i keep getting told i don't have a gps signal when that never happened upon initial launch, and i'm also being told i'm going too fast when i'm not even moving because my person is spazzing out and can't decide if i'm where i actually am or somewhere else a mile away and keeps running between the two.

then that discrepancy worries me that if it happens too much, will i get banned? i'm not trying to spoof my location. i'm not even a serious enough player to try to do this stuff. if i were i'd at least do it properly and sit on my ass on the sofa and play from home, instead of walking to the park and randomly going a mile away where there's absolutely nothing.

but i mean yeah a game that is getting people outside and walking around and talking to people (there's lots of instances where people meet up to play in public spaces and also businesses will entice people to come there), stuff that purely going off the stereotype your typical gamer didn't do before. and yes, people have the right to complain about a game not working properly. people complain if this site isn't working properly? people complain if microsoft word isn't working properly? people complain if google goes down? consumers have the right to complain if a product isn't working altogether or isn't working as promised. it's kind of how the whole capitalism system works.
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Old 08-23-2016, 10:04 PM   #47
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ever since they added the "you're going too fast," I think everyone who didn't already quit has had the gps freak out like that.
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Old 08-27-2016, 01:45 PM   #48
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I am probably a very atypical Pokemon Go player. I haven't played a video game since Donkey Kong, I am that old. But I am on maternity leave and I spend many hours walking around with the stroller (and often the dog as well). Honestly Pokemon has helped me maintain my sanity when the baby is asleep and you need to keep pushing that stroller but are already bored to tears. Has been a lifesaver! I don't have enough time to really get into the game or go out and actually play for the sake of playing, hell I barely have time to sleep BUT when I'm on a walk anyway it's been fun.
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Old 08-30-2016, 05:39 AM   #49
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I am moderating a candidates Forum tomorrow night

http://www.westnewportbeach.org

In the format I include a series of yes-or-no questions where they hold up a card that says yes or no.

I have included a Pokemon go question
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you're right, they should follow your example and do something worthwhile and meaningful with their lives, like complaining about what other people do with their time on interference.
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Old 08-30-2016, 10:41 PM   #51
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I am moderating a candidates Forum tomorrow night

http://www.westnewportbeach.org

In the format I include a series of yes-or-no questions where they hold up a card that says yes or no.

I have included a Pokemon go question

You should include a Harambe question, we all know it's the only important issue this election.


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You should include a Harambe question, we all know it's the only important issue this election.


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The event went well, everyone enjoyed the Pokemon Go question.
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Old 09-02-2016, 06:06 PM   #55
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My Candidates Forum made the front page of 2 local papers.

Newport Local News Candidates Open Up at Forum - Newport Local News

http://www.latimes.com/socal/daily-p...831-story.html



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Have you watched films from the 30s and 40s and noticed how well dressed people were when they were out and about?

That came to mind during my last visit to Walmart.

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Old 09-03-2016, 09:44 AM   #59
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I've watched Mad Men and noticed that people were extremely well dressed all the time except when it was 1969/70. That was dire.

In future, all Americans will be required to dress as they would if they were in Mad Men circa 1969/70. Manson-foreshadowing nightie optional.
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I think TV and movies are excellent, accurate representations of reality.

Anyone else watch movies about gladiators and notice how hot they were? Like, people were so good looking back then.
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