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    What Would Happen If Marketing Was Eliminated At Your Company

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    Blake Morgan Defines - What Is Customer Experience?

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    Trailer park millionaires | Guardian Features

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    Trailer park millionaires: how to get rich on housing for the poor
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    Continuous Innovation

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    The Future Of Customer Experience Is Voice Activated

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    GIANT DEEP SEA BEASTS KILL POOR BLOBFISH

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    It's time we get on the leaderboards again. It turns out, many things have changed in this game. They have added a KING CREB. And that's all I care about really. Also, the deep ocean biome is amazing.

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    Why Focus On Customer Experience Now?

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    Customer experience is not a new phrase. It has been around for many years, but today we have big fish that visibly stand on the platform of customer experience. They’re making profits that are hard to ignore. For example from the beginning Amazon has focused on customer experience. Because Jeff Bezos is the predominant shareholder in Amazon stock, he is a CEO that isn’t beholden to quarterly profits. Clearly he’s done something right. The CEO must be the chief customer officer first. According to a recent report 58% of companies that are much more profitable than their competitors report that the CEO is in charge of customer experience management. If the CEO cares, than you can assume that enthusiasm and focus will be the focus of the entire company. But if the CEO only cares about quarterly profits, that will then be the focus of the entire company. And no great company ever became great by only focusing on selling. The product or service must be special or unique.

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    Blake Morgan - Customer Experience Futurist And Keynote Speaker

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    Blake Morgan is a customer experience futurist and the author of “More Is More: How The Best Companies Work Harder And Go Farther To Create Knock Your Socks Off Customer Experiences.” She is an advisor, speaker and Forbes contributor on customer experience. She was recognized by ICMI as a top 50 thought leader for 2016.

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    Avoid Being Disrupted By Watching Customer Trends

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    Silence U: Is the University Killing Free Speech and Open Debate? | We the Internet Documentary

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    Around the county college students are silencing speakers in the name of safe spaces. Filmmaker Rob Montz visits his alma mater of Brown University to find out what happened to free speech and debate on campus in We the Internet's first mini documentary. Watch Part 2 here: and tell us - do you think free speech will survive the modern college campus? Let us know in the comments!

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    Since the release of this college free speech documentary, it's been editorialized in USA Today and shared widely. The debate over whether topics like rape culture are too sensitive to debate on campus, or whether the university is the most important place to debate them, continues to rage. At UC Berkeley, protestors shut down the speech of Milo Yiannapoulos - even after the university worked closely with the College Republicans to put on the speech. Is the heckler's veto becoming the norm - and is it a valid exercise of free speech, or simply a way of censoring others through mob pressure? The record of Brown activists shutting down speakers like former NYPD commissioner Ray Kelly, and heavily pressuring Wendy McElroy, a former rape victim who now speaks against the idea of rape culture, leads many to believe the argument that this speech is genuinely harmful is simply hysteria or an excuse for ostracizing legitimate viewpoints and perspectives that are disagreed with.

    In Silence U we talked to Brown University professor Glenn Loury as well as students and administrators and look at the controversial actions of Brown University president Christina Paxson and professor Tricia Rose. Are they helpful or hurtful? Let us know what you think.

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    The CMO Needs To Think Like The CTO

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    Customer Experience Starts With Bold Leadership

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    Although everyone in a company plays a role in the customer experience, the most important person is the person at the top of the organization who sets the stage for everyone else: the CEO.

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    3 Ways Machine Learning Shapes Customer Experience

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    When it comes to customer experience, most machines just aren’t very smart. Every day, customers around the world are suggested products to buy or use that have little or no application to their lives and for which they aren’t a customer. It is frustrating to get recommendations for items you would never actually purchase.

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    What Is A Chatbot And Why Its Important For Customer Experience

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    Two Words that Will Kill Any Conversation

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    It doesn't matter how friendly your tone is or how honey sweet you’re in a conversation and you start your sentences with one of these words (or both), the message to your recipient is You are wrong.

    What are these conversation stopping words? They are No” and But.”

    These words don’t say, Let's discuss this or I'd love to hear what you think about this to people. They say, unequivocally, You are wrong and I am right. If your conversation companion is also dedicated to his need to win at any cost, you will have a potential battle on your hands. The result? Nothing more can happen that will be productive.

    Are you interested in a little test to see how competitive your co-workers are? Try this. For one week, keep a scorecard of how many times each person uses no or but to start a sentence. You will be shocked at how frequently these words are used. And, if you drill a little deeper, you'll see patterns emerge. For instance, some people use these words to gain power. You’ll see how much people resent it, consciously or not, and how it stifles rather than opens up discussions.

    I use this technique with my clients. Practically without even thinking, I keep count of their use of these two little words. It's such an important indicator! If the numbers pile up in an initial meeting with a client, I'll interrupt him or her and say, We've been talking for almost an hour now, and do you realize that you have responded 17 times with either no or but? This is the moment when a serious talk about changing behavior begins.

    If this is your interpersonal challenge, you can do this little test for yourself just as easily as you can to gauge your co-workers. Stop trying to defend your position and start monitoring how many times you begin remarks with no” or “but. Pay close attention to when you use these words in sentences. For example, That's true, but... (Meaning: You don't really think it's true at all.) Another oldie but goodie is Yes, but... (Meaning: Prepare to be contradicted.)

    Along with self-monitoring your behavior, you can also easily monetize the solution to this annoying behavior to help yourself stop. Ask a friend or colleague to charge you money every time you say, no or but. Once you appreciate how guilty you've been, maybe then you'll begin to change your winning ways!

    In the series of video blogs that accompany these articles, I’ve been interviewed by Nathan Lyons. Nathan is a high potential from Gen Y who sought my insights on a number of topics from my book Triggers with the critically important angle of “advice I might provide to the younger generations”. I’m excited to share this series of short interviews with you and of course I hope you enjoy my written thoughts on the topics as well!

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    Warranties Are Not Part Of The Modern Customer Experience

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    It used to be that warranties were needed in case a product broke soon after purchase and needed to be repaired—instead of paying the price to buy an entirely new product, the warranty would cover most or all of the cost and acted much like an insurance policy. However, if a product breaks today, customers have many more resources at their fingertips to get a company’s attention than just invoking a warranty. Many customers will complain about a faulty product on Twitter or other social media channels, which can quickly get the attention of the brand and get them to replace or repair the product—no warranty necessary. In today’s world, a customer’s social profile is her product insurance because brands don’t want to risk losing a customer and spreading bad publicity about their product on the internet.

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    Grab Release Kill Confirms on Jigglypuff

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    Cannot be airdodged, or jumped out of from my testing. MK's has to be on the ledge or Puff will ground release. Poor Puff.

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    Two Ways You Can Use Social Data

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    In our socially connected world, brands across all industries have easy access to a huge amount of data about both customers and competitors, but many companies fail to take advantage of these vital resources to improve their sales and better their customer experience. There are lots of ways you can leverage that data to gain a competitive advantage—here are two of the most important ways.

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    Why Education Is The Best Marketing

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    There are a variety of options when it comes to marketing tactics, but one of the best investments isn’t in social media, billboards, or websites, but instead in education. Many companies take advantage of education to teach customers about their products and to keep customers coming back for more with great success.

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    G&W Tech-Fat Characters Loves Bacon~

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    NOTE: This G&W Tech might not be 100% new to G&W players, but this should still be a good reminder, especially for newcomer G&W players or veterans that haven't thought of this tech.

    In some match-ups of threats such as Donkey Kong and Bowser, these characters can actually be scary to fight in neutral considering that they just need like 3-4 good hits on G&W before their kill confirms (Ex. DK's Ding Dong) can happen to our poor 2D fighter. Because of this, some heavy weight mains claim that this MU is in their favor rather than G&W's. Rather I don't think that I can make those characters turn into our favor, we can definitely make this an even MU and make our lives easier.

    G&W's Chef usually can somewhat be useful, especially when you're opponent is off stage when they're trying to recover should you choose not to go for G&W's Bair, Dair, Fair, etc. But against characters such as Donkey Kong (as shown in the video) or Bowser, Chef is literally your best friend here. Once you get your opponent's heavy class character off stage, Chef is going annoy the hell out of them because with their characters' large hurt boxes. They'll have a difficult time getting back on stage and in the neutral with the numerous sausages being tossed out at them, and it especially doesn't help that the projectiles (as well as the frying pan's hit box should they try to use the roll option) are pushing them back off stage thus resetting the Chef trap as you may call it. While obviously Chef's food bits isn't going to kill them any time soon, the continuous chip damage they receive from the bacon will eventually give them high enough damage % to the point that almost anything that G&W has (Jab, Dash attack, Ftilt, etc.) to effectively destroy them.

    With that being said, there are a few things that you need to take note of for the Chef Trap:

    1.) In order for the Chef Trap to work effectively, you need to give yourself enough space from the ledge (Ex. like where I placed G&W in the video). You don't want to be too close to the ledge because it'll give your opponent a chance to use a get up attack or potentially roll pass you to avoid the Chef Trap (although Chef's frying pan might stop this sometimes).

    2.) There can be situations where your opponent might be high enough (basically being high above stage) to avoid all of the flying Bacon bits being tossed out and thus escaping the Trap. If you see this happen, you can actually push them back away from the stage if you use G&W's Fire (Up B) as an anti-air trap so they won't get the chance to get back on the stage and thus resetting the Chef Trap situation for them.

    3.) This tech is only effective at Final Destination, Smashville and T&C. The reason for this is because the stage platforms that Battlefield, Dreamland and Lylat Cruise has does not only give your opponent a chance to get an easier landing thanks to the platform, but the platforms themselves can actually screw up the Chef Trap since the bacon will hit the platforms before it could hit the heavy weights.

    4.) Bowser, Donkey Kong, King Dedede, and Ganondorf are the best characters to be affected by the Chef Trap. Charizard can also be affected by this but Charizard can stop this (provided that the sausages don't hit him) if he uses his Flare Blitz (Side B) to get back on the stage because it protects him from the Trap...and also putting you in risk of getting hit by Flare Blitz itself. Bowser Jr. , again, can also be affected, however if Bowser Jr. attempts to recover using his Koopa Car Side B when he's high in the air, the Up B doesn't seem to work on him since Side B gives him super armor (I might have to test this again). R.O.B is the only character that I highly suggest you don't bother with this tech because R.O.B. can be super sneaky (especially if he's actually off screen) and throw out a laser beam or gyro out to hit you as he attempts to recover back on stage safely.

    That is all and I'll see you guys on the next G&W Tech video whenever that happens~

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    DCS: Spitfire Mk. IX - First Bf 109K Kill and Dead Stick Landing

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    Finally getting the hang of scrapping with the Kurfurst! Unfortunately, I blew up my poor Merlin's head gasket in the final climb, but it did have enough power to make the kill.

    Since the airfield was near, I had enough speed and altitude to just barely make a dead stick landing. It wasn't pretty, but, as they say, any landing you can walk away from is a good one...

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    Blake Morgan - Customer Experience Futurist - Keynote Speaker - Speaking Reel

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    Blake Morgan is a Customer Experience Futurist. Her first book is “More is More: How The Best Companies Work Harder And Go Farther To Create Knock Your Socks Off Customer Experiences.” She is the host of The Modern Customer Podcast and a weekly customer experience video series on YouTube. She’s been ranked as ICMI’s Top 50 Thought Leaders To Follow on Twitter In 2016, Clarabridge’s #1 Social Customer Service expert to follow and Customer Gauge’s top 20 customer experience experts in follow in 2017. She has worked with Intel, Verizon Wireless, and many more. She lives in the Bay Area with her husband, daughter and their two Yorkie rescues.

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    Akali Nerfs Spotlight - Poor Akali. She just wants to kill you, and everyone hates her for it.

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    Hold Your Horses, Why We Need To Fix Our Current Tech Before Moving Forward

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    Want to see customer experience in action? Just go on vacation. There’s no better time to see customer experience firsthand from a number of companies when you’re in a situation that isn’t as comfortable as being at home. However, it can also highlight outdated technology and bad practices.

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    Blake Morgan - More Is More Book Trailer

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    The phrase less is more may be true about many things, but it's not true when it comes to customer experience. Companies that want to stay relevant must apply more energy, focus, and resources to creating knock-your-socks-off customer experiences than they ever did before.

    More Is More comes out May 9th and can be purchased here:

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    Two Examples Of Proactive Social Customer Support

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    A lot of companies successfully use social media for customer service, which is exactly what they should be doing, but some companies are taking it above and beyond with proactive social customer service. These companies reach out to customers before a problem arises and are finding that it leads to increased customer loyalty and a better image of their brand.
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    WHO IS BLAKE?
    Blake Morgan is a customer experience adviser that has worked with Intel, Verizon Wireless, Verizon, Newmark Knight Frank Retail, One Medical, Misfit Wearables (Shine), Pegasystems, Clarabridge, Zendesk, Sparkcentral, Sukhis Indian Food, Curry Up Now and more. She was recognized by ICMI as a top 50 thought leader for 2015. She is the author of the book More Is More: How The Best Companies Work Harder and Go Farther To Create Knock Your Socks Off Customer Experiences (2017).

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    Welcome BlakeMichelleMorgan.com

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    Nasty can kill on a poor Ryu

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    Oh God Kill This Poor Creature

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    So I found the prompt for this terrible speedpaint on so go check them out!

    Oh god put this damn thing out of its misery

    NOTE: I'm not dead I just can't update with school being a dick. Fuck you school, fuck you

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    More Is More Book Teaser - Blake Morgan, Author

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    The phrase less is more may be true about many things, but it's not true when it comes to customer experience. Companies that want to stay relevant must apply more energy, focus, and resources to creating knock-your-socks-off customer experiences than they ever did before. The companies that embrace a more is more philosophy work harder and go further to ensure that their customers have a positive experience. Companies that understand the importance of a relationship―even one individual relationship―are willing to go to any length to ensure that they continue to nurture that relationship. They do this through customer-focused strategies and leadership, via operations, policies, and procedures that consider how the customer will fare in every scenario. More Is More provides practical advice for building or improving customer experience that you can apply immediately at your own organization. Because time is of the essence, your customers are not willing to wait for you to get the customer experience right. This book shows you the invisible toxins that are killing your customer experience and your market share and how you should address them. More Is More sets you up for success, outlining the key areas you need to address immediately so you can weather external changes, remain relevant and thrive in the ever-changing business landscape.

    WHO IS BLAKE?
    Blake Morgan is a customer experience futurist and the author of “More Is More: How The Best Companies Work Harder And Go Farther To Create Knock Your Socks Off Customer Experiences.” She is an advisor, speaker and Forbes contributor on customer experience. She was recognized by ICMI as a top 50 thought leader for 2016.

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    Globalization II - Good or Bad?: Crash Course World History #42

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    In which John asks whether globalization is a net positive for humanity. While the new global economy has created a lot of wealth, and lifted a lot of people out of poverty, it also has some effects that aren't so hot. Wealth disparity, rising divorce rates, environmental damage, and new paths for the spread of disease. So does all this outweigh the economic benefits, the innovation, and the relative peace that come with interconnected economies? As usual, the answer is not simple. In this case, we're living in the middle of the events we're discussing, so it's hard to know how it's going to turn out.

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    The Natives and the English - Crash Course US History #3

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    In which John Green teaches you about relations between the early English colonists and the native people the encountered in the New World. In short, these relations were poor. As soon as they arrived, the English were in conflict with the native people. At Jamestown, Captain John Smith briefly managed to get the colony on pretty solid footing with the local tribes, but it didn't last, and a long series of wars with the natives ensued. This pattern would continue in US history, with settlers pushing into native lands and pushing the inhabitants further west. In this episode, you'll learn about Wahunsunacawh (who the English called Powhatan), his daughter Pocahontas, King Philip's (aka Metacom) War, and the Mystic Massacre. By and large, the history of the Natives and the English was not a happy one, even Thanksgiving wasn't all it's cracked up to be. Support CrashCourse on Patreon:

    Hey teachers and students - Check out CommonLit's free collection of reading passages and curriculum resources to learn more about the events of this episode. The English tried and failed for a decade to establish a foothold in the New World in native territory, leading to the lost colony of Roanoke:
    When Jamestown was finally established in Virginia in 1607, the local Powhatan tribes sought friendly relations with the settlers, which quickly deteriorated:

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    面包房少女-Bakery Girl Chapter 4 Hunter&Prey

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    S rank requirements for Chapter 4:
    20~25 turns to clear
    No deaths
    kill 23 soldiers (Dunno if you have to but they will be problematic when sneaking by them so would recommend killing them all except for the sniper in the end)

    You don't have fight all the enemies, including the final yellow elite that spawns if you get close enough to the end, but it will be difficult to fully sneak to the objective because enemies will spawn beyond the first and second road.

    When playing Chapter 4, you can run towards the greens bags, beside the one next to the fire that has nothing in it, and enemies will not spawn until you trigger the first objective marked near the rubble. When you head to first objective, you will meet up with two other characters that will give you ammo and other equipment for parts. DON'T BUY ANYTHING FROM THEM. You will need the parts to fully upgrade your weapons and turrets for Chapter 5 because tanks will be present and turrets will do damage them. You wanna upgrade Raymond's SMG to max and Fujety's Mosin to perform a little better. Of course, you don't have to upgrade her weapon because you wanna save up her ammunition for chapter 5 but I did it anyway. You also wanna upgrade your turrets as max as possible because they have same range as Fujety's Mosin and can be used for tanking because some of the soldiers beside the enemy snipers will miss them. You also wanna upgrade the cameras to help you find hidden enemies in the forest or vision for Fujety. Also, when you first them, they will give you an assault rifle, which I sold because it uses 5 ammo and requires 3 action points, sum ammo, a scope, and 3 stun grenades, you wanna save those stun grenades for later or Chapter 5 which I will show how to use later.

    For skills, you wanna spec in accuracy and action points because it you will need it to get 12 action points in total for each of your characters in one of the Chapter. Me personally, would go all out for accuracy because enemies will have quite a lot of dodge in Chapter 5 and you will need that accuracy to get a better chance of hitting them. Honestly, dodge is somewhat useless unless you fully spec on it early on but in new game plus, its kinda rip :p

    Afterwards, they will run off but in new game plus, they can support you in Chapter 4 because of the increase amount of enemies. But when you start out, you wanna deploy the turrets and a camera north of them because enemies will spawn in the Forest. You wanna start the initiative and attack them that will alert anyone on the map and heading to the turrets you deployed. Now if only that tier 2 turret didn't die but you want your tier 3 turrets to stay alive because enemies tend to miss them a lot in early playthroughs and the turrets have 90 health which is optimal, but late game and new game plus they tend to be less useful overtime beside a distraction and dealing a little bit of extra damage.

    At the end of the map at a certain distance, and enemy sniper will spawn, he have very poor vision so you can run pass him without getting alerted by your presence. His vision is a 2 square radius but even if you do get spotted by him, he won't chase you down unless you attack him or attack him then move to another location. If you kill him, you will get a good amount of exp and parts but also a yellow bad (codec) that he drops for lore, that is in Chinese by the way :v

    Side Note: In new game plus, that same sniper will have 1000 health and deal enough damage to one shot any of your guys. If your using your character's SP skills, you might be able to completely kill him with enough shots.

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    Nintendo Switch Poor Marketing Will Kill It

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    it seems Nintendo is pulling some shady shit,
    with misleading people into thinking games in the trailer are coming to the switch when they might not be and not letting anyone know any more information that will be curtail in the overall sales of this thing.

    so here we are having to tell nintendo off about it and to get there shit together.............AGAIN!

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    Study: Sitting & Watching TV Can Kill You!

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