A polarizing video game that I recently enjoyed was Zelda Majora's Mask. I was never the biggest fan of this Zelda game in the day (the time mechanic was annoying / borderline unfair). But this game does have a large following - two schools of thought - either one of the worst Zelda games, or one of the very best.
Matchstick wrote:At the risk of derailing this entire thread, Litch, I do have an honest question for you. Was it even worth having that job, knowing you had to work around people like that? Not sure how the dude was at work, but man, I can only imagine having to show up to the office or whatever each day and see that schmuck, especially after what he said to your wife. Do you even still have that job? Does he still work there? Did anybody in the building actually like working with a guy like that?
Luckily, we are engineers, we largely work by ourselves or in small groups. This guy was outside my immediate sphere, I would run into him at the canteen and department meetings. One bad egg need not ruin a basket, but it can ruin a cake if mixed in. The job was well paid and resume enhancing – I have moved onto pastures new. Hard to say how everyone felt about this guy - I only really friended a few individuals. A couple of my friends at work really disliked him - they used to smoke around the back of the building but he once walked by and next day a memo gets sent around by HR reminding people about "smoking rules".
ActRaiser wrote:That guy is a grade A idiot. Guns are perfectly legal. He clearly has a few screws loose. Sorry, man.
Yeah this guy was anti 2A/home owner/guns etc... A local incident involved an intruder/burglar who had his arm broken by the home owner in a scuffle. For some reason he asked if any of us wanted to join him on a protest. He was planning, along with a few other people, to stage a protest outside the house where this happened. To achieve nothing other than be annoying or get arrested when the guy calls the cops.