The only issues are the following:
1) Whenever a human being uses "never, ever, always" or any other of these words that lock you in a decision that is permanent. That person has made a mistake. Life does not work this way.
2) Whenever a second human being reads one of these "never, ever, always" decisions - decides to believe that it is permanent. Another mistakes has been made.
3) Whenever a human being reads one of these "never, ever. always" decisions. They misunderstand what is being said. Another mistake has been made.
For example, Sapience could say in 2011 that "The Epic will always be free.". Sapience means "You will always have free access to the Epic content that exists at the moment of Sapience's statement.". You think that Sapience means that all future Epic content and all current Epic content is free. It is very common problem in human communication to leave out important information instead give the short answer that leaves out all the if, and, but.
There is a reason things like an EULA go on and on and on and on. Page after page.
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