The entitled fanbase of this game is the worse thing about it. Oh, they added bonus items that you get with no extra effort more than if you levelled up your astromons on story stage like you always have? Why don we go complain on the internet about how its all just too much work. You aren owed every content that is released in game.
The second paragraph is very telling, it sounds like you not in need of improving your positional sense yet, it more so you making wrong or bad decisions. Over committing and being beaten easily are killers in small sided games, work on those things and eradicate them rather than look at positioning problems. Call out who you marking and work on stopping them from scoring.
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Unfortunately, that pressure regularly erupts into skirmishes in the so called mommy wars a cultural battle zone over parenting styles and decisions. Breast feed or bottle feed? Stay at home or work outside the home? And while fathers are increasingly swept up in the conversation, the judging is still largely directed at mothers. Against this cultural backdrop, elaborate works of art slipped into a lunch bag can be seen as another salvo in the war..
You’re right. But if that was the intention of OP then it really doesn’t matter whether we call it an argument or a conversation. The point is to attack the issue/topic and not the person. Some of Canada biggest banks have either started their own services or investing in start ups in a bid to get their foot in the robo door. And no wonder. Wealthsimple, a leading robo manager, recently announced that it has $1 billion in assets under management, up from $400 million less than two years ago, according to Dave Nugent, chief investment officer at the Toronto based company.