Yeah there just isn't anything like that unfortunately. Even chip=win is sometimes months behind on stuff.
I think chiptunes just hasn't matured to the point of like, being able to exclude bad stuff? I don't really know how to put it more nicely. Many chip musicians and fans are still at a point where literally any chiptune music is novel and amazing. I feel like chip=win is kind of like that sometimes. The reviews aren't really reviews, they are just things they think sound good. I don't really think there's ever a bad review, and I don't blame them because that would piss some group of people off. Like 99% of the stuff on the facebook group is stuff I'm not into or I just don't think is good, but the only reactions are either stay silent or say "Yeah, awesome dude!" And if you have to accept everything as noteworthy, there's just an overwhelming amount of stuff to sift through.
I don't really want to come off so negative about it. I like the stuff I like but not everything has to be tailored for my tastes.
I want to add an example to this from recent a post:
Armcannon: "Elizabeth Warren, Harvard Economics Professor, thinks we can pay for these things, who the fuck are we to argue with her?"
Compared to: (which is the same sentence format)
Any Trump supporter: "Donald Trump, successful international businessman, thinks we cannot pay for these things, who the fuck are we to argue with him?"
I haven't read the rest of your post yet, but this stuck out at me big time.
Warren was a Harvard economics profressor, that is a fact. That comes with its own pedigree. There's a lot of room for subjective opinion on that as well, but the fact remains, she was a Harvard economics professor, and you have to have some amount of expertise in knowledge to be that.
Trump being a successful international businessman is entirely subjective. By many measures, he is a terrible businessman. This doesn't mean he didn't make money though. He is a successful grifter, cheat, conman, and exploiter. Saying he is a successful businessman relies on equating making money to being successful, which isn't necessarily true. Many people fail upwards, many people make money despite themselves and at the expense of others. Trump by all historic accounts, falls in that camp.
I didn't make any specific plans but I've been feeling a weird unfeeling type depression for the last 2-3 months. I don't feel bad, I don't feel good, nothing excites me, nothing really moves the needle one way or another for me. But, I forced myself to go to the gym yesterday for the first time since July or August. I was going pretty regularly then but got really busy with other stuff and never got back into it. Hopefully it's a step in getting back on track.
Watched Joker. I don't think I liked it. I liked some things about it, sure, but...ehhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
I want to watch this but I'm so reluctant to because at best I think there's a 50/50 chance I'll like it or hate it.
Things it didn't do so well:
Not giving the tertiary characters any reason to be around--Rhody, Captain Marvel, everyone in Wakanda, Pepper Pots.
Swapping what should have been Cap and Iron Man's finales. (Don't ever expect me to believe a billionaire is going to sacrifice themself to save the world.)
I think I'm willing to give a pass to the character thing just because that's basically just like Avengers comics. Most of them are just about one or two characters (how much Cap and Iron Man hate each other, how much Iron Man and Carol hate each other, etc). Everyone else is just there because it's a team book and they are on the team. The benefit of comics I guess is that over many issues, every character can have their story (would you believe that in the current Iron Man run there's an ongoing subplot about Jocasta and Machine Man??)
I can definitely see your latter point. Or rather, I guess I can't really see either of them walking away. Comics cap got aged to a geriatric and still played hero, and comics Tony forever tries to make Iron Man work no matter what. Although it's nice that in the MCU characters can step away (maybe?) and let others take the mantle, where comics will forever hold on to the status quo.