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I am very rarely angry about things, but this has been like a fire in my gut. I genuinely don believe an apology or a turnaround is coming, and it just makes me sick to think that Blizzard has been this way for years and I kept giving them my money without knowing.I know they counting on players being so shut in because of video games that they don care about the world around them, and it makes me so sad to see people defending how they continue to play WoW Classic or Overwatch like it their God given right, because it only confirming the low opinion Blizzard has of their players. For those people, they have so little else going on that they feel if WoW (or Hearthstone, or Overwatch) is taken away from them, they have nothing left, and it sickening to watch Blizzard hold those people up as proof that they right to stay silent in America while apologizing profusely to the Chinese.I not sure if anything could get me back to Blizzard games at this point, if I being honest.
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At the same time, chip manufacturers saw orders pouring in from companies that needed them for electronics and programs in health care, and remote work and learning, that were suddenly necessary due to COVID 19.Article content continuedThat surge from the electronics industry meant there weren’t enough chips to go around when auto production ramped up again, and the complexity of chip manufacturing means it’s taking a while for suppliers to meet the increased demand.The shortage has caused issues for General Motors, which is temporarily shutting down three plants including one in Ingersoll, Ontario that builds the Equinox, and running half capacity at its factory in Korea. Plants that build the F 150, which is a redesigned model for 2021. Other automakers experiencing difficulty include Volkswagen, Subaru, Toyota, and Nissan.Share this article in your social networkShare this Story: Global microchip shortage idles Windsor minivan plant for three weeks Copy LinkEmailFacebookTwitterRedditPinterestLinkedInTumblrThe Winnipeg Sun Headline NewsSign up to receive daily headline news from the Winnipeg SUN, a division of Postmedia Network Inc.Email AddressThere was an error, please provide a valid email address.By clicking on the sign up button you consent to receive the above newsletter from Postmedia Network Inc.