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9-24-2007 @ 3:37PM
What it comes down to is that the activity is harmless but the motivation to engage in the activity can be very harmful. What point does it server to tell people to stop playing WoW? The individual is looking for an escape and is willing to engage in whatever endeavor they find to be the best means to escape. Wouldn't it server better to figure out why the person wants to neglect everything else in favor of playing WoW? If you were to remove the game then the person is going to seek out something else and apply the same neglect and the same search for escape. Why are people always willing to throw games, music, etc under the bus when it's the same human condition over and over and over again?
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