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1-09-2009 @ 6:31PM
I'm offended by this article tbh.I'm not religious, I already don't believe in this stuff, why do i need to know about stuff that other people believe in that i already don't agree with.Am i meant to read the article and feel more qualified as a non religious person somehow because I have found something else to disagree with them about? Am i meant to laugh at them because they believe something i don't? Because they've been doing that for a long time... and i've never found it funny... i tend to respect the beliefs of others personally but meh.The drinking, language, sex and violence topics have actually been raised by non religious groups previously for example... maybe I missed those articles.In fact upon inspecting the website in which is not linked appropriately in the article it repeatedly states;"This is not an attempt to ban video games, or dictate whether people should play them. This is purely meant to inform parents who are concerned with the moral content/issues contained in video games and make available to them information which is not easily found."Nice agenda peddling from Wowinsider...
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