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Okay. Thanks for your reply. And by the way: I see 100+ pages (of what I assume to be comments) under your post but when I try to flip through them I keep landing on blank space. Here is a screenshot to illustrate my point: https://imgur.com/Xotkrb2 Is it me or is that a bug?
Article 6/26/20, 10:27 AM
(continued) And I worry that the "moral grandstanding" hate train people are jumping on is heading fast in a direction which does not really tackle both sides of the issue.
Article 6/24/20, 4:08 PM
Out of curiosity, is there a workable procedure for restoring the honour and reputation of people whose career and social life have been ruined because of unproven accusations, or are we as a community giving in to the idea that false positives are acceptable as long as they are offset by proven accusations + false negatives? Yes, sexual harassment is intolerable, but if we want to maintain a healthy relation between people, we need to provide measures for tackling all kinds of abuses -- sexual harassment and slanders alike.
Article 6/24/20, 4:06 PM
With all due respect to GosuGamgers staff, honesty requires me to say that these TI reports have been falling short to say the least. There is no genuine analysis of either picks, plans and in-game execution, nor any summary of what the games at TI 9 mean for Dota 2's meta -- whether the 'TI specific' meta or pubs. Everything looks very rushed and superficial and I have to turn the GosuGamers' competitors to get even the general shape of each game.
Article 8/24/19, 4:36 PM
" Just over one month ago, w33 stepped away from Chaos E.C and competing to work on his mental health. " *Mental health*, really? This connotes very serious (i.e. psychatric) issues. Are you sure this is what you mean?
Article 6/21/19, 12:21 AM
My pleasure! Thanks for the article and have a pleasant Ti8
Article 8/19/18, 9:01 PM
No, misinformation does not apply -- in the relevant sense. All players/teams know all too well that the only legitimate source for information is the organizer of the tournament, i.e. Valve, which clearly presented the rules to all players/teams. Besides, it was obvious that any 'information' not issued by Valve's, i.e. the 'information' provided by the PGL employee, was not relevant information in the first place -- especially if inconsistent with Valve's information. I mean if VG. Storm had asked by little sister for allowing 2 coaches during draft, it would still not count as relevant misinformation.
Article 8/19/18, 9:01 PM
Hello, Sorry to bring up this semantic point but in English 'misinformation' (a term which occurs twice in your article) means or connotes misleading or deliberately insufficient information. But as is obvious from your report, there was no misleading or deliberately insufficient information, but simply misunderstanding and/or slight oversight from VG.Storm. Perhaps replace 'misinformation' with 'misunderstanding' and adjust?
Article 8/19/18, 1:30 PM
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