Mini Moose 2707 -- I wasn't being philosophical, I was talking about D&D rules of alignment
Excalibur -- But in my current job which is very difficult but I am growing to like very much, I referenced what I did here as part of what gave me the skillset I needed to do it. And that's really the truth. Without SEN, without custom content, I would not be the person I am or in the position I am. Its so surreal. Also sorry for the tangent I'm usually more quiet these days.
Excalibur -- I love this place. After renting homes for most of my teen years and hopping to a new one every time a lease was up, this has been the only consistency in my life since I was 12. There is nowhere I feel more at home and I would give my life defending it if need be. It seems silly. Its silly enough in text and its worse when you say it out loud. I notice people don't really get what places like this are like to those of us who are so involved. Its hard to say in an interview that experiences I've had modding games and participating in communities about making that content are evidence for why I'm qualified for a position.
Excalibur -- I don't do philosophical debates anymore. Not on the internet not even in real life. It does nothing for anyone. All I know is that I see people with obvious self serving agendas, trying to make things better for themselves. Everything I've done, even when it was the wrong thing, was done with the intent that it might make SEN a better place for everyone involved. I didn't always see clearly and more often than not I wasn't as right as I thought I was. But at the time there was no convincing me of that.