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10-04-2006 @ 1:59AM
I agree with you!Except this.... "its also the parent and player responsibility, not the game."You contradict yourself, and I agree with the first part. You should have said its also the parent and player's responsibility, not JUST the game. I never said that the kids (or addicted adults) and their parents weren't to blame also. That is very true. It's not just from one source. But to say that the source is ONLY the addicted and their parents, is turning a blind eye to the fact that some blame has to go to the game as well. That is all I was trying to point out. If my post sounded one sided it was because I am fed up with people saying that the game has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the addiction. I'm not saying its the sole thing, but it can't be excluded either.
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