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9-24-2007 @ 11:21AM
@ 11 - agree 100%.I've had trouble explaining to people who do not enjoy video games themselves or have never played video games, why they are fun. These are the hardest people to talk about it with. They just don't understand it, don't want to try it themselves and think it's a waste of time. I try not to tell them that I think PVR's/Tivoing 80 different shows a week and watching 4 hours + of poorly written and poorly acted TV a night is waste of time (hell even watching sports is a waste of time, but it's fun for some people - just like a video game!). I've also heard of online friends helping people out in real life, a place to stay when they are in a new state/province for a new job while getting things sorted out, sending some friends money when they unexpectedly lose their job. Not everyone would do those things for online friends, but some do.
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