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Old 06-11-06, 05:43 PM   #41
killahsin
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Default Re: MMOs and boundries

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Originally Posted by Zelda_fan
I'm not "re-defining" anything. It's simply common sense. People who confuse video games with reality have something VERY WRONG with them. At best they are simply losers nerds who need to get a life. At worst they are mentally ill.

I'm sorry, but I don't buy into the whole "accept me for who I am" philosophy. If someone is a loser, I'm not going to pat them on the head and tell them it's ok.

The only loser here is the person who has to ridicule those others who roleplay in roleplaying games. Noone is asking you to say anything is ok, nor are they asking for your rude behavior. You sir, have alot to learn. You make our younger generation look horribly ignorant. And you are redefining things. Social games have social atmospheres the same as social lifestyles have them. The foundation of the mmo was heavily based on social engineering. but of course again you know more then richard garriot also. In fact you seem to know more then everyone.
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