Yeah, as usual, the joke here is that the debate is won or lost by how you frame the thing. If it's freedom of expression vs muh feels, of course feelings will get very few defenders. If you frame it as choice between a new way of talking that will set us free and make us better vs the old way of talking which closed our minds and kept us trapped in racist/sexist/sinful/suppressive/whatever thought/behaviour patterns, you may split the audience along different lines and in different proportions. And of course you can flip that around and cast it as "honest normal talk" vs "Newspeak 2.0".You can really set things up any way you want: asshole loudmouth vs empathetic human being ... or how about "sayer of hard truths" vs "spineless hisser of pleasantries", hard-headed realist vs utopian dreamer, protecting the weak from the strong, protecting a principle from mere passion, etc. Like a portrait, you change the lighting a little, pick which features to emphasize, and you have a whole different person. And there's no "true portrait" out there waiting to be painted. You just make your case.Anyway, personally, I think people just ought to say what they like and let the chips fall where they will. Yeah, there are a lot of immediate and obvious objections, but spare me. Changing my mind will do no good -- the battle will be won by indoctrinating the youth with your beliefs. Go ahead, leave me alone.
RTS and FPS. My mouse skills are utter garbage - probably because I haven't used one in years. I don't even own a mouse-- ! I use my my touch-sensitive wacom pad and pen for everything.Also music games. I have no sense of rhythm.