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2-02-2012 @ 10:37AM
@DemeternothYou misunderstand. I am not saying he did not HAVE an issue. I am saying that World of Warcraft WAS NOT IT. It was his escape or if you prefer a medical comparison a symptom rather than a true diagnosis. It's great that he's at a place in life now where he's able to enjoy a social life. That doesn't mean World of Warcraft was the root of the issue, that World of Warcraft was the cause of his weight gain, or why he didn't have a love life, or anything else.His documentary comes off as blaming a symptom; and that is where my issue with it is. As I said before; it's akin to a parent blaming McDonald's for her child's obesity. It's always easier to throw the blame on someone or something than realize the problem is internal.
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