Why Animal Crossing is a neoliberal capitalist hellscape

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a cutesy, slow-paced, abandoned island-them-up game by Nintendo, the same company that brought you such titles as Animal Crossing, Animal Crossing: Wild World, and Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Wikipedia describes the game as a "social simulation", but that's incorrect: this masks its true identity as an accidental expose of the unintended consequences of neoliberal, late-stage capitalism allowed to run riot. 

No, the University doesn't have any confirmed cases of Coronavirus yet (REUPLOAD)

(Published a month ago for InQuire) 

However as of April 12th there have been no confirmed cases among students still on campus.

https://www.inquiremedia.co.uk/single-post/2020/03/13/No-the-University-doesnt-have-any-confirmed-cases-of-Coronavirus

The "Sunlight" Centre

The Sunlight Centre, Gillingham. A practice of unprofessionalism.

Let us start.

“Sunshine and sunlight are synonymous, but still subtly different. Sunshine generally refers to the illumination outside on a sunny day, particularly the visible light, and has strong positive emotional connotations. "He's a regular ray of sunshine" is a way of describing an infectiously happy person.”

And also…

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