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I'm sure Arnie Pantoja or even Kyle McCarley could slide right in no problem.No, but they can replace the guy who voices him. Or in future re-releases of KH games they can "photograph" his voice from now on. Text boxes still work.
My gut feeling is, we'll need voice actors a bit longer. Getting a AI to properly emote, will remain a challenge for a while.Lol, not sure if I'd like seeing some of my favorite voice actors (say, Steve Blum for example) being out of a job.
I can only partially agree with you.Like at the end of the day even if he did or didn’t do what he was accused of by BOF, he still:
1) kissed minors
2) is right wing and liked highly racist and sexist tweets/followed racists and bigots
3) liked conspiracy theories about January 6th blaming antifa for the attack which shows where he stands
4) flirted inappropriately with fans by using his status to do so
I don’t resent him—I am repulsed by him. But I also don’t think anything about him except when his name is brought up so lol
Instead of trying to do whatever it is he is doing, he should just go full mask-off.
I think she's listing these as reasons why she is repulsed by him and not for him to be fired.I can only partially agree with you.
First, from your list, I do not think number 2 or 3 should be valid reasons to fire anyone. Being conservative is still legal if I am not mistaken. We are free to disagree, not support him, and respond to him, but no one should be fired for an opinion, no matter how absurd this opinion might sound. But maybe i haven't seen everything he posted.
Number 1 and 4 are still a big no no of course.
Yes, in that case I fully agree. It's kind of a gray area indeed. People should never talk about politics when they represent a company. Why they do it is beyond my comprehension. isn't it in the contracts people sign?I think she's listing these as reasons why she is repulsed by him and not for him to be fired.
And being openly bigoted can be a reason to get fired. Especially, if it can end up harming the business a company might decide it's better to let go of someone. You can debate on wether or not that's ethical, but it can be an (indirect) reason for dismissal.
The question is, when are you representing the company? Only while on the clock? Or also off the clock, if people know where you work?Yes, in that case I fully agree. It's kind of a gray area indeed. People should never talk about politics when they represent a company. Why they do it is beyond my comprehension. isn't it in the contracts people sign?