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1-01-2009 @ 4:34PM
As a gamer, it's embarrassing to see or hear a comment from someone like this, stating that 'the game is all I have to live for'.Yes, WoW is addictive and fun, and is a nice little retreat for us to get away from the 'mundane' world at times, but letting your life decay around you to the point where this is the only source of happiness in your life... That's extremely sad.Life may not always be glamourous or happy, but there are many reasons to live. Maybe not a singular, easily-indentifiable 'purpose' or reason to be happy, but found throughout the millions of 'little things' that keep us going.I hope this kid learns that not only did he risk upsetting the lives of a real-life GM, but that he was using a form of internet bullying or intimidation to 'get what he wanted'. May his punishment serve him well and last as an example for others foolish enough to follow his mistakes.
1-01-2009 @ 5:21PM
In those cases, it's not about the game, it's about depression and clinging to the few things that make you happy--or at least make you less sad.
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