PS Nation Podcast. I think it was episode 245 or episode 289.
Is the requirement stupid and obsolete (ie: the ability to ship boxed games)
This one. You have to ship some specific quantity of disks to retail.
I never played WoW, so no. Many games are full of artistic images and sculptures. Many also have stories that compare favorably to the above average film. Some are legitimately great.
That's at least some actual information about one guy (out of 39), on one issue. I'd say he's entitled to hold his choice of religious beliefs. And his district can choose him or someone else to represent them.
Thanks for providing genuine information.
Yeah. So what? It's a natural phenomenon.
I don't choose to be ashamed or offended or aggrieved by nature. And I have little sympathy for those who choose otherwise.
I disagree that women can "be the products" when they're not the products.
I guess I just don't perceive the world that way. I'm not sure who truly does. Or why. Or why the rest of us should value their perceptions above our own.
... like looking at paintings or sculptures is just time-killing.
Because only "objects" go out on dates? When did dating become so offensive? Why wage a crusade against it?
Free speech will eventually win those fights too. The "hostile work environment" censors and neo-puritans will eventually lose.
There are all sorts of areas where "no" counts more than "I want."
Freedom of expression is not one of those areas. E3 is in the US. Freedom of speech wins here.
\Why do the yaysayers get to decide?
Free speech. Free thought. Freedom in general.
Or alternately, just because it's fine with you doesn't mean that it's cool with others.
Why do their opinions matter more than those of anyone else? Why do naysayers get to decide?
Why are you blaming victims of stereotyping?
Names please? Exactly who on this committee holds these views? What have they specifically said?
What if the Internet is just unworkable?
What if big government is just unworkable?