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Haste Makes Waste

 

 

Cordova, TN; September 18, in the year of our Lord 2017--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is acknowledging a reality of our world. You might have even heard this phrase before. Haste Makes Waste. Those three little words have such a truth to them. I am typing really fast and all kinds of spelling errors are appearing. So I went back and corrected all of them. Now I am typing slower and there are no spelling errors. I just proved it to be true and accurate in this very article. I wish there was some way to show all of the errors before fixing them. Family Friendly Gaming has followed Haste Makes Waste for years now. We take it slow, and make sure it is right before putting it online. Are we perfect? Nope. We still find errors later. We fix them as we find them.

I find it sad there are too many people on this planet rushing around. I feel bad for all of those people shoving their way through things. Their stress must be horrible because they are being so self-centered, self-absorbed, and self-obsessed. They must find themselves to be so self-important that they have to have everything right now. Do we need to start discussing patience? It astounds me how many people on this planet want to ignore things like patience. Some people are so messed up that they will actually attack people trying to practice patience. How evil, vile, and wicked is that? I hope you do not come across anyone like that. I have, and I pray for them. If it is God’s will their eyes will be opened to the damage they are doing. If not, I believe they will eventually have to answer for their deed.

We see Haste Makes Waste in the video game industry. When a company rushes out their product then it has bugs, problems, issues, and is not worth the money. When a company takes their time and gets it right then we see a whole lot less bugs, problems, and issues. Those games might actually be worth the price of admission. It always depends on the game, and the launch price. My advice to you is to take your time and get it right. I understand learning curves. I understand time tables. I also understand patience, and the peace it brings.


God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming

  

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