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Start date 11-27-20 - 01:00
End date 11-28-20 - 07:00
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    Companies don't want you to defend themlet their lawyers do that work. "Companies do not need you to defend them", but attacking businesses when they are doing the proper thing is necessary and productive?It doesn't matter if it is for PR reasons, they're still increasing awareness for this issue and hurting no one by doing this process. Meanwhile the men and women who see this as an opportunity to attack are just perpetuating a negative feeling of constant complaining. It's not so much about"protecting businesses" but about assaulting this naturally negativity. So you're really just adding to the guy's argument by doing precisely what he described. They are not doing anything however. They simply published a statement full of empty rhetoric. You know what doing some thing is? Not creating another Madden game because the NFL punished players like Kaepernick for taking a knee. That would be impressive. However, we are all aware that's not what's going to occur.

    The fact that folks here are really acting like this can be a meaningful gesture is so fucking baffling. EA literally moved out of its way to wash his name out of their games two years right, but this thread is making it look like they have contributed millions. It is the very definition of slacktivism. It'd be more honest if they had said nothing in any way. Rather, they're gonna push out a bullshit PR announcement about how they stand together with the black neighborhood and then in a couple months turn around and sell a product featuring a company that has a history of stifling and punishing black voices. I never said"Let us attack a business for doing the ideal thing." You can always be optimistic of things looking up, which I often am. If your friend hurts your feelings, then they must regain your trust.

    You do not thank them every time from then on if they're being nice. Wait, why not? If a buddy of mine hurt me and then made an attempt to be nice I would absolutely need to tell them that I appreciate their efforts. Positive reinforcement is a good thing. It assists people behave better, who is to say it can't make a company act better too? If EA derived no benefits from"doing the bare minimum of human decency" then they would not do even the bare minimum. It's well worth rewarding them for it just like it is well worth rewarding a problem kid for doing their finest for a day. EA (and people in general) should not encourage black individuals for any reason beyond the fact that it's the right thing to do. Benefits come from great behavior, you should not be on good behavior for the benefits. After I visit EA donate to the causes or implement initiatives to help out black developers or items of that type, then I will praise them. We just should require a high standard and stop permitting firms off the hook easily. I'm of the mindset that offset civilization is mostly bad and people should be encouraged to alter and improve. But we shouldn't let ourselves to be performed by companies who are, at the end of the day, looking to remove all barriers in the way of getting our cash. I've been burnt by false promises too many times.

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