Hello fellow consumers,
As always thank you to everyone that participated in the last weekly and remember you are Operation MONKE!
u/Mentok_The_Mindtaker, u/Blursed2021, u/Dahnald2020, u/Workingdays, u/Harry_Balzac, u/RighteousFury12, u/thenameisdonald, u/zzbg, u/Gottmituns, u/Satire, u/skuda, u/MasterChef, u/FreudianLisp, u/IraqVeteran8888, u/BLMadeMeRaysis, u/Pelides, u/Captain_Raamsley, u/drjillsusedscrunchie, u/TheWestYearZero, u/MilkPilled, u/yudsfpbc, u/Malus, u/Rimeofthemariner, u/GeorgeFentanylFloyd, u/MGTAU, u/KonyHawk_ProSlaver, u/dontwannalivelikeare, u/MOORWHITEBABBEES, u/Smol_Gobbo, u/AlmostBased, u/RandolphCarter, u/arebee, u/GotchaGotcha, u/eagleheart585
NOTE: Great weekly. Lots of recipes to try. Do post photos if you made any of these. And a big shoutout to our new mod u/RightSideFunding for stepping up to run community projects.
This Weeks Discussion Theme: Consume PC Building
Apologies if this isn’t the weekly that was voted on. Something isn’t right about the last poll since it’s not recording votes correctly.
Anyway, this weekly is on PC Building. Despite what many here might say PC building can be an anti-consumer activity. In that you are rejecting brands, and pre-builds. Choosing your own parts based on price and performance for your own needs is always superior to buying something just because it’s new Brand™. Additionally, some of us require laptops for work or school but do you really need the newest Brand™? These kinds of ideas are what this weekly is about.
- Share your rig.
- Offer PC building tips.
- Suggest laptop/tablet buying advice
Open Response: Suggest weekly themes or provide some other suggestion NOTE: Do suggest new weekly themes