Saturday, June 18, 2005


My first question is, in what right do these people have to supress my way of life because they feel it attacks theirs? Am I not allowed to live how I wish?

Now, I'll do the various quote assault:

"Video game addiction is not to be under-estimated. It is a serious epidemic plaguing our children nationwide. We recommend getting professional psychiatric help." ( - If you went to a psychiatrist saying your child had a video game addiction, he would look at you like you had flowers up your ass. What a fucking joke.

" A typical report card by a troubled video game player:
Computer Education Excellent
English Poor
Mathemathics Poor
Science Poor
Social Studies
Physical Education Poor
" ( - I'll post my end of the year report card here, and you can see if it compares to that.

"Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPG) is a digital escape from the real world for emotionally unhealthy and mentally unstable people" ( - So, if that is true, is it not criminal for you to take their freedom from them? Their one place where they can escape the bitterness of reality. You sick and sad bastard, your own selfishness will put these people in ultimate misery.

"Danger: Do video games make people violent?
Yes. What was once a debatable question, is now fact. New research has concluded that video game violence and behavior related violence are in fact closely related." ( - Citations, please? Proof? Oh, you don't have any, so go fuck yourself.

"Fact: Health studies have found that even those casual gamers suffer from low self-esteem and self-pride compared to their athletic and more socially accepted peers in their same age group. Young gamers were found to be more likely to become lifetime gaming addicts and becoming social outcasts." ( - Bad logic. Bad bad logic. Just because social out-casts play video games does not mean they are social out-casts because they play video games! Wow, you are stupid.

"Developers profit and continue to take advantage of today's youth with cute, loveable, addictive, and recognizable franchise characters. A practice and strategy similar to those used by the tobacco industry." ( - And so does Downy fabric softener. DAMN THAT EVIL DOWNY BEAR, he's trying to seduce children with his softness, oh noes!

"Danger: Do video games teach people how to kill?
Yes. When video games were linked to the Columbine high school shooters, a frenzy of new research was launched, in which, one team of researchers discovered that first person shooter games do indeed teach gamers with the basic knowledge of how to kill." ( - If it is not apparent to someone that guns kill people before they play video games, then they need psychological help anyway.

"And the newest absurdity, underground video game cultures which takes gaming to another level, tainted with online "clans", singling out of people, hatred, racism, and sexism." ( - What's wrong with clans? What do you think they are, quasi-terrorist hacker organizations or something? They pay $40 bucks a month for private servers and work together to have a more enjoyable time playing. Real fucking criminals there. And what about the racism and sexism, you say? Those are underlying feelings through out the entire world; singling out video games for containing racism and sexism is like singling out China for having people. People are everywhere, it's just they're more obvious in china because they have more of them. People are more likely to let these feelings out on the internet because they can do it anonymously despite that these feelings exist everywhere.

I have to go eat dinner and shoot some people because I play video games and that makes me violent, and every time I get mad I have a violent out burst which involves hurling objects at people and shooting them with rockets and lasers.


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