Arguing those people should get accounts on IMDB and other movie-related sites in order to be more broadly consistent in their rape and death threats in an intriguing idea, but I think not ultimately a good one.
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It's odd how you were inspired to make a link for your Hood effect, but it's not to a website or article explaining what the Hood effect is. Neither does Google seem to find any good quick explanation of it. That was very helpful, thank you.
I don't think they're angry rants at all. They tend to be stupid, coddle me, "I don't understand" types of posts that are utterly pointless, but I've not ever seen them to be emotional per se.
I don't think it's integrity Bennett Haselton doesn't have, it's brevity. Different ity.
No. We've only seen that (some!) southerners survive, because we are only shown the south. We have no information about anywhere else.
Not really, Matthew Broderick. Sounds about the same.
You need training on how to communicate, because you provided precisely zero information on which to base a useful answer to your question.
You actually ask for user passwords? That's kind of a big no-no. Even worse as you mention you don't need it.
Pretty much any of the ones that would actually constitute autonomy, seems like.
Totally agree with this. I don't even hardly ever game anymore, but $5 purchases sure make for an easy win if I'm at all interested, just in case. I still haven't played most of them, FWIW. At higher prices, I wouldn't have bought them, either.
If it bleeds, it leads. You could get it passed around long enough to get talked about, at least, even if the vast majority of people never see the source material.
So the poster asks for what would work, and you give them something you don't expect to work?
Are you saying that the industry and gaming culture consider that acceptable behavior, or that a vocal minority of shitheads do? Extrapolating the behavior of the few and deciding the many think it's cool is of course, quite silly. Don't you think that suggesting the entire industry and all gamers have a problem is rather ad hom-y of you?
Do you think that because the average gamer is in the mid 30s that there are no vocal minority of immature, blubbering 12 year olds or those who act like them? Extremists and idiots always make more noise. And they either don't know or don't care (quite often both) if the majority doesn't share their opinions - if they did, we wouldn't be talking about them, would we? That's exactly WHY they do what they do.