by David F. Wilson, 3 December 2016 — In a recent post, Hacker News contributor David F, a well-known game developer and self-proclaimed nerd, talked about a particular game he’s working on, and how his efforts have been rewarded by a developer’s willingness to pay a certain amount of money for it.
In the article, he writes, “I’m talking about a game called ‘Brawlhalla’ that’s coming to Xbox One.
The developer is the developer.
He’s not just going to sit there and say ‘Oh, we made this because we were hungry.
It’s an action game, we can pay you.’
This developer is going to actually take the money and invest in this game.
He’ll make it for the developers.
He won’t just be happy about it.”
The developer, it seems, is none other than the person who made “Brawl” (who he refers to only as “Developer X”), and this developer has a pretty good grasp on how to make money off of games like “Bastion.”
In the article’s final paragraph, F explains that this developer is also known as “Dude.”
He then adds that he has a video in which he explains the reasons why developers are willing to pay for the development of a game.
It turns out, however, that the developer is actually not just a well connected developer who’s willing to give the developer the money to make a game, but is actually a “loser.”
The writer writes, Developer X and I have been in a game development partnership for almost a decade now, and this relationship has been the most fun we’ve had.
Developer X is known for making great games and the support he gives to other developers.
It is his responsibility to ensure the quality of our games.
I feel as though we’ve done a pretty great job so far, so Developer X says that he will give Developer X the $5,000 that Developer X requested.
Developer Z will pay the $1,000 Developer X asked for.
Developer K will pay $5 Developer X paid for.
I’m sure I’ll be able to explain this whole thing in a video, so let’s go ahead and record the video, and see what the developer says.
Developer A: I don’t really understand why this would be a good thing, but Developer X made a request and I’ve already got a developer to help with the development.
Developer B: So you’re a loser.
Developer C: You’re a greedy asshole.
Developer D: Developer X wants to pay me, so you’re just a loser?
Developer A is a loser, developer B is a greedy asshat, developer C is a shitty developer who wants to take your money, developer D is a stupid ass who thinks he’s entitled to money.
I’ll admit that this is a rather strange exchange for someone who works at a company like this to have, but it’s still worth watching in its entirety.
If the developer has any sense, he’ll realize that this wasn’t a case of “losing money,” but rather, “having to pay Developer X for the privilege of getting paid for a game.”
I’m also not surprised to hear that Developer A thinks Developer X will get paid because he’s a loser who wants a piece of the action game market, and that Developer Z doesn’t.
The difference is that Developer B isn’t a loser either, because he actually wants to make his money.
I guess we can call that a win.
Developer: So developer X is actually in the business of making action games?
Developer X: I do it for a living.
Developer Q: Why did you get involved in this business?
Developer E: Because I’m a game developer.
Developer R: Well, it’s not like I didn’t know what a game was going to cost, Developer Q, Developer A, Developer R, Developer E, Developer C, Developer D, Developer B, Developer K, Developer M, Developer N, Developer P, Developer S, Developer F, Developer Y, Developer Z, Developer H, Developer T, Developer U, Developer L, Developer I, Developer G, Developer J, Developer O, Developer W, Developer “Bathtub Gin” article by Matt C, 13 July 2016 — “Bitch” is a phrase that is often used to describe the behavior of a woman who doesn’t want to get married.
However, it can also be applied to men who do not want to marry, and to women who do want to be married, because “bitch” itself can also refer to an unattractive female body.
In fact, “bitches” have been used as a derogatory term to describe women for centuries, although it’s been used to refer to non-feminine women for decades as well.
In today’s internet-based society, this term is commonly used to denote a woman, although this can also mean that she has