Articles with this tag:Politics
- Zanpakutou in World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandariaposted at 7:58 am Oct 07,2012
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The article is about Colleen Lachowicz, a Democrat who is running for office (state's legislature). They are focusing on negative campaigning targeting her gaming habits in World of Warcraft. Few people are open about being gamers because of the negative stigma towards gamers. The stigma is not as bad in Europe or the Asian countries, but video games continue to be blamed for violent behaviors despite proof that video games are only a contributor if there are numerous other conditions that are already met. If they have such a problem about "double life" they should stop stigmatizing video games and forcing gamers to live a double life to be accepted. Everyone lives a double life. What they do at home is considered to be the private sphere and what they do outside the house is the public sphere. Also, when you try to do these things, you should perhaps spend more time looking up recent dirt. Comments from
- Aika_Online in AIKA Onlineposted at 3:04 pm Apr 13,2012
The Spirit of Aika is conflict carried out through PvP.A good fight makes this world go ‘round, and in this dev diary we’ll be discussing three of Aika’s most challenging PvP events.
PvP is the core element to everything you do in Aika.Aika is built around a large scale player vs player model, in which players form guilds, guilds form alliances, and alliances form nations that do battle against each other. There are three PvP events that can change an entire nation’s political landscape: Castle Siege, the Relic War, and the Altar War.
Castle Siege pits comrades against each other over the right to power.In each nation there is a bastion of power called the Lakian Fortress.Each week, a new rebellion arises as guilds rally to take the castle from the ruling alliance and their Lord Marshal
- Buldozer in defaultposted at 2:45 am Oct 19,2007
Today my friends i fell mad, i was walking down the street at maybe 9:30 pm and i was wondering why is there always 3 lampposts on the street with like 10 meters between them? Why spend that kinf of money on electricity? if you would take the meadle lampost you would have almost the same ilumination and the goverment will have a more less dangerous ligth account.
If the goverment want to keep using this method they at least could use perpetual prisioners and litle hamsters in giant mice wheels beneath the lamppots. This would be a really beneafit to any country becouse we would have free energy..a place to take some prisioners of the crowded prisions and everyone will be happy.
I told it and i stick with it.
(Thanks for reading)
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