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2-18-2010 @ 12:21PM
@Oddshrub I agree, you're probably right. It's why I was annoyed by the question "aren't you getting a little long in the tooth?" I'm pretty bad at judging age but from her pic I would place her maybe in her mid thirties at a guess. But the question implies that she's not some "nubile young thing" so surely her appeal as a marketing tool for attracting male gamers is diminished. Maybe that's not what Lisa meant, but the implication is there nonetheless.@Kajira "So, when she's answering yet another interview for yet another gaming site that asks the same..." I would have to disagree a little bit. Possibly you would feel a bit on edge answering the same questions over and over, and certainly I would feel more than just on edge doing it, we need to remember that she's not just an average gamer being interviewed. A large part of her occupation is public relations and being a marketing tool. It's her _job_ to answer the same questions again and again and to do so while maintaining a pleasing demeanor.Finally @MasterAsh I dfinitely understand your point that answering questions for a site devoted to a game that she has to quit cold turkey in order to focus on the new competition game could cause her to be a bit on edge. I didn't really perceive an edginess in her responses, but the body language in her photo tells a different story. Perhaps it's a look that goes with her persona as a hard-core gamer, but if she was glaring at me like that, I'd be a little worried that I was about to get my ass kicked by a girl.
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