Jordan Peterson cannot make an intellectual argument. All he know is lobsters, morally grandstand, grift, be reactionary, all meat diet, and lie (about Canada bill C-16).
Whether or not to harvest Little Sisters may forever be the absolute dumbest ‘moral quandary’ in a video game ever. It’s a child. You kill her if you want the energy. There ain’t shit in the way of quandary, if you do harvest you’re a bastard who murders kids for fucking power. This is actually pretty neatly black and white.
You even get more resources in the long run if you spare them so it’s not even a good decision if power was the end goal.
The mistake was framing it as a moral dilemma and not “do you want your character to be a decent human being or Evil Video Game Bastard? Here’s an obvious way to choose.”
Ex fucking cuse me?
There. I fixed it.
fun fact! using misleading graphics like this is seen as intentionally distorting the news in journalism, and I’m pretty sure it’s illegal, if not just completely unethical
Honestly, Tvyek is pretty miraculous. It’s permeable to water vapor but not to water, it’s nearly impossible to tear, but can be easily cut. It’s cheap and made entirely without binding chemicals. In addition to being used for wristbands, it’s used to wrap construction sites to keep out water during construction, for tear-resistant envelopes at Fed-Ex, coveralls for mechanics, and my wallet, actually.
Fun tip, though it looks like paper, Tyvek is plastic, and cannot be recycled with paper.
I didn’t even know it had a name
Arknights and Dragalia got me on that age old gacha game feeling of going “man I wish this was a real game” and then looking at the pretty pictures on booru sites.