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gaming: Gaming Spotlight: Gamers vs COVID-19 Gamers vs COVID-19 is a community of virus-killing, society-supporting, game-loving heroes, founded to raise awareness about the importance of social distancing, good hygiene, and positivity in combating the spread of COVID-19. They were founded by a group of anonymous gamers and medical professionals, most of whom work in or adjacent to the esports industry. You can join them by signing the pledge at www.gamersvscovid19.com! Lots of parts of the internet thrive on misinformation—how does this initiative strive to combat that? Our resources are heavily researched, and we rely on citations from institutions such as the US FDA, US CDC, and the WHO. Each of these is referenced on our page, so you don’t need to take our word for it. We also have contributing medical professionals who help to fact check our distributions, but that doesn’t mean we’re giving medical advice.  Of course, when it comes to questions about viruses and disease, we always encourage anybody to go directly to a vetted source of information like those we’ve already mentioned. Besides gaming, what are other ways to practice social distancing? Social distancing is just the act of removing yourself from public spaces as often as possible. For many of us, that means replacing public activities with online gaming, but for you, it might mean reading, playing music, baking, painting, coding, or whatever you love to do from the comfort of your home. We started this movement in part to remind everybody that social distancing doesn’t mean social isolation: we’re all in this together, even when we’re apart. What are other ways we can contribute if we still have to go to work? You can still live by our pledge and help save the world if you go to work! Not everybody has the luxury of being able to totally isolate themselves. Some people have to go to jobs, while others may need to care for relatives or go out for other necessities. Social distancing is the active decision to restrict your time in public spaces to the minimum required amount, which is going to vary from person to person.  What’s important is that you spend every minute you can at home and that you stay home if you’ve felt sick or been in close contact with somebody who has a confirmed case of coronavirus. Even if you feel healthy, give others a gap of at least six feet whenever possible and don’t touch other people physically. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water frequently (especially when exiting or entering a public space), and never touch your face, eyes or mouth with unwashed hands. You can also help amplify the message by not meeting friends in public, sharing the pledge, and shifting in-person meetups to online activities instead. How do you build a community through gaming?  Contrary to old stereotypes, gamers are inherently social. Building a community around an important issue like COVID-19 is just a matter of reaching out and getting help from big amplifiers. Once this message is in front of people, we’ve found gamers eager to join and help. It’s been truly uplifting in a challenging time. The gaming space is supremely lucky to have so many amazing influencers who care deeply about their fans and broader communities. This is an international epidemic, and it’s going to take international cooperation and acts of courage to overcome it. We will do whatever it takes for as long as it takes, and every gamer from the biggest pro to the average joe is making an impact by consciously deciding to sign the pledge and change their lifestyles until COVID-19 is controlled. Take the pledge over on the website! In the first few hours, over 10,000 gamers signed up, including the likes of Castro1021, FallenNCS, Sjokz, Nickeh30, Voyboy, JKap415, HungryBox, Goldenboy, Ocelot, G2Pengu, Slasher, SirActionSlacks, Sheever, and too many other gamers to name. We’re excited about every person who comes on and decides this is a movement worth supporting. Social distancing only works if everyone chooses to make a sacrifice for the greater good. : gaming: Gaming Spotlight: Gamers vs COVID-19 Gamers vs COVID-19 is a community of virus-killing, society-supporting, game-loving heroes, founded to raise awareness about the importance of social distancing, good hygiene, and positivity in combating the spread of COVID-19. They were founded by a group of anonymous gamers and medical professionals, most of whom work in or adjacent to the esports industry. You can join them by signing the pledge at www.gamersvscovid19.com! Lots of parts of the internet thrive on misinformation—how does this initiative strive to combat that? Our resources are heavily researched, and we rely on citations from institutions such as the US FDA, US CDC, and the WHO. Each of these is referenced on our page, so you don’t need to take our word for it. We also have contributing medical professionals who help to fact check our distributions, but that doesn’t mean we’re giving medical advice.  Of course, when it comes to questions about viruses and disease, we always encourage anybody to go directly to a vetted source of information like those we’ve already mentioned. Besides gaming, what are other ways to practice social distancing? Social distancing is just the act of removing yourself from public spaces as often as possible. For many of us, that means replacing public activities with online gaming, but for you, it might mean reading, playing music, baking, painting, coding, or whatever you love to do from the comfort of your home. We started this movement in part to remind everybody that social distancing doesn’t mean social isolation: we’re all in this together, even when we’re apart. What are other ways we can contribute if we still have to go to work? You can still live by our pledge and help save the world if you go to work! Not everybody has the luxury of being able to totally isolate themselves. Some people have to go to jobs, while others may need to care for relatives or go out for other necessities. Social distancing is the active decision to restrict your time in public spaces to the minimum required amount, which is going to vary from person to person.  What’s important is that you spend every minute you can at home and that you stay home if you’ve felt sick or been in close contact with somebody who has a confirmed case of coronavirus. Even if you feel healthy, give others a gap of at least six feet whenever possible and don’t touch other people physically. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water frequently (especially when exiting or entering a public space), and never touch your face, eyes or mouth with unwashed hands. You can also help amplify the message by not meeting friends in public, sharing the pledge, and shifting in-person meetups to online activities instead. How do you build a community through gaming?  Contrary to old stereotypes, gamers are inherently social. Building a community around an important issue like COVID-19 is just a matter of reaching out and getting help from big amplifiers. Once this message is in front of people, we’ve found gamers eager to join and help. It’s been truly uplifting in a challenging time. The gaming space is supremely lucky to have so many amazing influencers who care deeply about their fans and broader communities. This is an international epidemic, and it’s going to take international cooperation and acts of courage to overcome it. We will do whatever it takes for as long as it takes, and every gamer from the biggest pro to the average joe is making an impact by consciously deciding to sign the pledge and change their lifestyles until COVID-19 is controlled. Take the pledge over on the website! In the first few hours, over 10,000 gamers signed up, including the likes of Castro1021, FallenNCS, Sjokz, Nickeh30, Voyboy, JKap415, HungryBox, Goldenboy, Ocelot, G2Pengu, Slasher, SirActionSlacks, Sheever, and too many other gamers to name. We’re excited about every person who comes on and decides this is a movement worth supporting. Social distancing only works if everyone chooses to make a sacrifice for the greater good.

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<p><a href="http://dickslapthestate.tumblr.com/post/174886814835/libertarirynn-somebody-said-bts-could-dance-to" class="tumblr_blog">dickslapthestate</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/174886365823/somebody-said-bts-could-dance-to-anything-so-i" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p><blockquote><p>Somebody said BTS could dance to anything so I decided to put it to the test with some gospel music.</p></blockquote> <p>this whole amazement at “x can dance to anything!” that I see is such a big pet peeve of mine.  they’re dancing to a song originally in 4/4 time so of course any other song with the same time signature. </p><p>maybe it’s just obvious to me because I’ve been involved with playing music in one way or another since I was 9 years old, so I get that not everyone understands that time signatures are a thing, but it still annoys me.</p><p>try the same thing with 15 Steps by Radiohead or Tetragrammaton by The Mars Volta or any other song that uses an unusual time signature or changes time signatures in the middle of the song and they’ll be off beat at least part of the time.</p></blockquote> <figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="512" data-orig-width="512"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/0679b6cacec9191eaeaa96ff3f4ccaf3/tumblr_inline_pabne86ubB1rw09tq_500.jpg" data-orig-height="512" data-orig-width="512"/></figure>: <p><a href="http://dickslapthestate.tumblr.com/post/174886814835/libertarirynn-somebody-said-bts-could-dance-to" class="tumblr_blog">dickslapthestate</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/174886365823/somebody-said-bts-could-dance-to-anything-so-i" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p><blockquote><p>Somebody said BTS could dance to anything so I decided to put it to the test with some gospel music.</p></blockquote> <p>this whole amazement at “x can dance to anything!” that I see is such a big pet peeve of mine.  they’re dancing to a song originally in 4/4 time so of course any other song with the same time signature. </p><p>maybe it’s just obvious to me because I’ve been involved with playing music in one way or another since I was 9 years old, so I get that not everyone understands that time signatures are a thing, but it still annoys me.</p><p>try the same thing with 15 Steps by Radiohead or Tetragrammaton by The Mars Volta or any other song that uses an unusual time signature or changes time signatures in the middle of the song and they’ll be off beat at least part of the time.</p></blockquote> <figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="512" data-orig-width="512"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/0679b6cacec9191eaeaa96ff3f4ccaf3/tumblr_inline_pabne86ubB1rw09tq_500.jpg" data-orig-height="512" data-orig-width="512"/></figure>
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This is probably the truest post I’ve seen. The PSP was like Trunks coming from the future to warn us other hand held systems would become shitty and extinct. The psp was the most clutch gaming system ever. Once I got WiFi at my crib porn became 100000 times more accessible. I use to be in the back of church playing nba ballers, pursuit force, nfl streetz, ratchet and clank. I use to be wavy as fuck pulling out my psp and playing music. The speakers were loud as hell. I think one time I left my psp at home heard my playlist while at school.I use to have to record they music with my phone by the radio in the car. Sometimes my mom wouldn’t stop talking or she would turn down the volume towards the end of the song to start parking. Oh the simpler times. I use to have the mean ass dragon ball z screen savers on my psp. Movies on deck for when a hoe wanted to Netflix and chill. Screen was wide like I was at a movie theater too. I should’ve taken advantage of this God sent technology. I coulda got hella pussy with this shit. I’m not gonna even disrespect my psp and say it was the first android. I ain’t gonna lie them games use to durable as fuck. I put my gta in the microwave and it still worked.: You too young if you don't knovw what these are. GAME BOY NONINNCE Mark @2EZ_HBM l think psps failed because it was a head of its time. If they dropped the PSP in 2018 with PlayStation 4 games it would go crazy This is probably the truest post I’ve seen. The PSP was like Trunks coming from the future to warn us other hand held systems would become shitty and extinct. The psp was the most clutch gaming system ever. Once I got WiFi at my crib porn became 100000 times more accessible. I use to be in the back of church playing nba ballers, pursuit force, nfl streetz, ratchet and clank. I use to be wavy as fuck pulling out my psp and playing music. The speakers were loud as hell. I think one time I left my psp at home heard my playlist while at school.I use to have to record they music with my phone by the radio in the car. Sometimes my mom wouldn’t stop talking or she would turn down the volume towards the end of the song to start parking. Oh the simpler times. I use to have the mean ass dragon ball z screen savers on my psp. Movies on deck for when a hoe wanted to Netflix and chill. Screen was wide like I was at a movie theater too. I should’ve taken advantage of this God sent technology. I coulda got hella pussy with this shit. I’m not gonna even disrespect my psp and say it was the first android. I ain’t gonna lie them games use to durable as fuck. I put my gta in the microwave and it still worked.
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