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suicidalfranco

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  1. meanwhile here i am still playing football with an injured knee for the past 3 years
  2. If only the same could be said for very alternative that pops up to compete against them. But no, industry wide ban for everyone else, made up excuses for the "too big"
  3. And yet they never get the boot from Apple, Google, Amazon etc... Smh
  4. sad to see them go if it's true, but then again the last good phone they've made was the V10.
  5. now see games prices rise in poorer EU countries to the same level as the rich EU countries following this. 60€ price tag in the entire block.
  6. with projects like this one: https://github.com/sebastianstarke/AI4Animation Combined with this AI, could this spell the end of video game acting Though i would really just love to see the end of awful collision detection, specially with stair steps
  7. Just cause the EU does it doesn't mean that the UK can't do it, or will do everything opposite to what the EU does.
  8. if it's the only way then yeah, move. Else keep staying frustrated at work place you clearly do not enjoy. Or do a job in a sector you never planned to end in to do only to live paycheck after paycheck. Options exists, it's up to you to choose what's right for you. Tesla only needs to respect labour laws, it's not up to them to conform to your needs (unless you are prove yourself to be an invaluable asset and are more than willing to come down to terms with you in order to keep you as long as possible).
  9. If that what it takes to find a happy job that suits you, then move. With higher stakes on the table And again you are excluding the benefits https://www.forbes.com/sites/financialfinesse/2018/09/24/how-much-are-your-benefits-really-worth/?sh=4e1531907879 If you are bad with money, no matter the amount you'll have a hard time to make ends meet. If you chose to live in place that is clearly outside your budget, it's you making the wrong decision money wise. 27k and almost 10k worth of benefits (in the worst case based off of the forbes articles) is enough
  10. it is out of one of your own links: and if it's that dangerous, that stressful, that underpayed, that terrible to work at Tesla, then i'll bring back point 1 as much as needed: Leave, there are better fishes out there that will serve you better. blame the game not the player if you don't like it as if that was a small amount. And you're leaving out that Tesla also gives many benefits to it's employees.
  11. Don't like then go elsewhere, nobody is forcing them at gun point to stay there and live miserably, but have great doubts that it is as awful has you wish it could be https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Tesla/salaries He's the one putting is name and he's the taking respomsability. If shit had ever happened he would be the one facing every repercussion. Luckily for him that never happened, and he has gained all the money he deserves for it. And I'll keep repeating as much as i have to: all in all, good for him
  12. I don't know how to explain to you the creating jobs isn't a bad thing. And having around people taking risks to start businesses that leads them to getting infinitely rich when they succeed is something good, not to be frowned upon
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