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Boy...it's slow out there in the world of gaming. Well, not totally slow. Gaming has recently been blessed with the wonderful indie title Frozen Synaspe (it has been garnering straight 9/10s & 4/5s...I told you it was good!), and Combat Mission: Battle for Normandy has been sneaking into my playlist as well. And I am sure this week is going to be super-busy what with E3 kicking off, so stay tuned for a lot of news (fingers crossed), hopefully with some of it proving exciting enough to remind me why I am a gamer in the first place. Outside of that
Hey everyone, this started out as a rant and kind of turned into something else as I continued writting this frustration out. I hope you all bear with me and that also, maybe there can be some discussion on this as well. I was originally going to post this on another forum but decided to post it here since I feel I can attain a larger variety of view points. Since this is basically cut and pasted, I apologize in advance for any redundancy in my... "rant" I guess you could call it. It was rushed as I took a quick break from doing a project so pardon any confusion you may come across.
Updated 04 Feb 11 at 04:29 by kawaiku
I was originally going to write about something entirely different, but the events of the day have served to hijack this post. Instead, I want to make one of my rare political blog postings and address something that has been getting on my nerves today as coverage of the shooting blossoms.
Todayís tragedy in Arizona, where a ďpot-smoking lonerĒ shot and killed or wounded numerous individuals, including Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and U.S. District Judge John Roll, is a reminder that when one enters into the world of politics, danger is always
Just an amusing factoid:
After going through my Word documents, I see that over the course of 2010, I compiled and published 315 pages of gaming-related news alone. In addition to that, GameSquad also published assorted reviews, editorials, previews, interviews and other miscellanea. All told, that amounts to about 400+ pages of material! And it was a slow year!
I can't wait to see what 2011 will bring!
To everyone at GameSquad, both contributors and community members alike, thanks for making it a great
Originally Posted by Blaze
I find it disturbing that ASL and religion have much in common and can be harmful to how we as humans react to one another.
Religion and ASL both have Rulebooks that are thicker than the yellow pages.
Religion and ASL both have zealots.
Religion and ASL have different sects which are normally hostile to one another (IFT/IIFT)
Religion and ASL have never-ending debates over the content of the rule books.
Religion and ASL have figureheads that one group hold high and another group seeks to destroy.
For these simple common