I could see the resulting police report riddled with the words "Angry", "Chair", "Balmer stealing toys" all throughout.
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I was going to say for its Darkness and Vampires.
As someone who is just finishing up my own degree, I can run down the entire list and make reference to my experience with every time you have there.
I especially like the 'Speak English' one as a I frequently find myself in a math course which have the biggest offenders. In all honesty, caring not for mod downs, I think it's something that really does need to be addressed. It's hard enough if you're doing the studying like you should; why add the duty of interpretation to the workload???
Why stop there, I got a bunch of useful ones.
-By Car, but you get stuck in 40 minutes of *#^&)(@# traffic
-By Bike and you get 2 flats from the road liter
-By Air, considering you're going to leave the gate on time so they can classify it as on time but then sit on the tarmac for 4 hours while they feed you some bullshit excuse like your luggage is coming when in reality the engine is on fire and they want a 2-dollar fix so they can keep your money
These would be equally, if not more helpful than the options I currently get from google.
If the people are interested, and have the ability to create video games, they may find doing a normal computer science degree much much more rewarding. If you major in computer science, you then have the ability to produce video games, but you also have the rest of the software world to look for potenial jobs. I would most likely discourage a friend looking into this for those reasons. You may not have super video game specifics, but you have more than the foundation to get there.