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Comment: Re:Ah Investors, I Feel Your Pain (Score 1) 91

by Greyfox (#48216905) Attached to: Judge Says EA Battlefield 4 Execs Engaged In "Puffery," Not Fraud
I thought I had some of their titles from there, but it's been a while since I checked. I don't really go seeking out EA titles for the reasons we're all familiar with. Last time they bought a game company I liked I swore for about 10 minutes, because I knew that once EA got ahold of them with that famous reverse-Midas-touch of theirs, the company and its software would turn into shit. Oh well, whatcha gonna do...

Comment: Ah Investors, I Feel Your Pain (Score 2) 91

by Greyfox (#48208261) Attached to: Judge Says EA Battlefield 4 Execs Engaged In "Puffery," Not Fraud
For I too have, far too often, put some money into something EA said would be awesome and it turned out to be a pile of crap. With time, you'll learn to be suspicious of anything EA says. Next year when they do "Restockening, the Sequil", I assure you that it will suck every bit as much as the original did. If you wait a few months before buying, you might be able to pick their stock up cheap (or possibly even free) during a Steam sale. That's just how you need to play the game, if you don't want to waste your money.

Comment: Re:Missing the point (Score 3, Informative) 128

That's what I've found, too. I have more luck just seeing if someone will work with a team well, rather than look at their degree status. I'd take a kid with a high school diploma and a few open source projects out on github if I think he'll work on my team well. Unfortunately those are just the sort of people HR usually filters out.

There's a whole WORLD in a mud puddle! -- Doug Clifford