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As long as you have other ways to appreciate your time spent alive then sure. At some point though, there's no point trying to argue. Like I said before about Steam, it has certain obvious online requirements, but considering all of my electronic devices are online 100% of the time anyway, I don't see that as a problem. Plus, you can play in offline mode, or crack the DRM if you really wish.
I have to do long train rides. I would have buyed D3 if I could play it on the train. But Mobile coverage is nowhere near that point.
clicking your link yields zero results for me.
It's much easier inside your home; if some stranger is inside your home and you shoot him dead, it's pretty hard for prosecutors to argue that you instigated it or whatever; your story that the person broke in and threatened your life is hard to argue with.
So should I be afraid to be invited to someone else's house, because he could decide to "stand his ground" and shoot me? This argument is BS.
Yeah that's how l learned CS too...
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