I don't think EA has some moral imperative to do anything else at all in this circumstance, at least not publicly. Should they have any employees affected by the protests or riots or police/military activities they have a moral imperative to do what Madden 21 coins they can to accommodate them, that's about it. They're not the cause of the problem, it could be simple and appropriate for them to stay quiet or skirt about this political dilemma, but they didn't. They had three options: say nothing, say anything, or say something and make a dramatic gesture. Anything above the bare minimum is worth acknowledging in my eyes. I don't see it "babying" them to acknowledge a company statement I concur with. I believe we agree about more things than we disagree about. And while we are being antagonistic in these Reddit comments because that is the prevailing tone of this place, I don't believe anything you have mentioned has come across as disrespectful at all and I hope you feel the same about the things I have said.
I am very glad we managed to have the discussion we did and that we're seeing companies place their money where their mouth is. The weekend was rough on my psychological health and perspective on what Cheap Madden 21 coins is gonna get done and that probably reached into my remarks, and that can still change as the days come and go. But today seeing protests get even larger and more peaceful than before and visiting companies actually do shit, it gets me a bit more hopeful. Thank you for a discussion that in least gave me a new outlook. I really don't need businesses saying something. Actually I'm fed up with firms saying stuff. Create your product. Make it good. Then shut up and allow real individuals speak. Nobody needs corporations to speak for them.