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Monday, February 28, 2011

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I had planned on posting an intelligent commentary to the recent Chris Lee photo fiasco (Suck it you craigslist whoring twit), but I've been sidetracked by another problem that has been the raging migrane pulsating against my gaming urges for several years now.

It seems since the cultural "mainstreaming" of high profile blockbuster video games, we as a group have attracted the least desirable of all social groups, the youngins that comprise 99.9999999% of most action games on Xbox 360. Thankfully I myself do not own one, but whenever I confront the clawing masses online with buds, I can't contain my rage and urges to drive to these squeakers houses and pummel them and their mothers. It seems that anyone between the age of 11 and 14 has a social addiction to anything that has the word halocallofdutygunsgoreviolenceetc in it.

To get the the point of the matter, as much as I can put up with their infuriating game tactics, total disregard for teamwork, 'nails on chalkboard' style voices, and maddening playstyle, the one penny that tips the entire load, is the names. You can instantly guess the age group of any person under this category within 5 years, just by the amount of special characters in their name. Tell me I'm wrong! But how many of these idiots do I have to play with before pouring acid into every possible orfice to escape the pain!

Typical Xbox Live Player:

7 comments:

  1. My xbl name is FuttBucker... What does that say about me?

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  2. i own a ps3 and have never had any problems with it. friends i know have a xbox360 and they make that face when they say it is broken again.

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  3. I have a Super Nintendo. I have no such problems.

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  4. I have xbox but no xbox live..

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  5. It seems whenever something goes mainstream, it all turns to shit.

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  6. So so true, plus I agree with Alan!
    Nice blog! following and supporting!

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