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A very, VERY bad archstereotype to video gaming: ensuing and teaching people "violence".
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I just want to get this monkey off my back. I have enough of people saying that video games are "bad" influence to a person. But it's the last straw that pseudo-intellectuals and criminals are using…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by azule Aug 30, 2012.

A nerd, and a former MTG World Champion got bashed by his date on a gadget blog.
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Vertigo_One [Ops Mod] Sep 1, 2011.

Someone read King of RPGs before?

 I recently finished this book on one sitting, and I someone can relate to Shesh, his best friend Mike and…Continue

Started Jun 5, 2011

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Jess sullivan replied to Homer Ruglia Beoulve's discussion Being a "nerd" now is a social trend?
"Being a "nerd" in theory is catching on. Because people are starting to realize that they don't like jerks. But a real nerd is someone who is smarter than most of the class but is not nessisarily the stariotypical "nerd"…"
Oct 7, 2012
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Aug 30, 2012
Eystein, replied to Homer Ruglia Beoulve's discussion A very, VERY bad archstereotype to video gaming: ensuing and teaching people "violence".
"I think that anyone who's grown up playing video games would have a gut feeling that these accusations are wrong, but it's hard to explain why. However I understand the concern since so much of what is allowed and sometimes to goal in…"
Aug 30, 2012
Hoblezy replied to Homer Ruglia Beoulve's discussion A very, VERY bad archstereotype to video gaming: ensuing and teaching people "violence".
"in resent test on the results of gaming in general it was discovered that people with depression who started to game 30 minutes or more a day responded better to that than the leading anti depression medicine (I belive this was as it gave…"
Aug 30, 2012
Hutch Hogan replied to Homer Ruglia Beoulve's discussion A very, VERY bad archstereotype to video gaming: ensuing and teaching people "violence".
"I think you have to be careful with the type of words we use to defend ourselves.  If the question is something like: "Will Battlefield 3 or New Game X turn our children into monsters?" I respond with no.  At least in Canada…"
Aug 30, 2012
Vertigo_One [Ops Mod] replied to Homer Ruglia Beoulve's discussion A very, VERY bad archstereotype to video gaming: ensuing and teaching people "violence".
"I think that generally speaking, the data on the matter of whether violence in video games causes other violence is sketchy at best. There have been some incidents which have brought it more to attention than others. For example, there was an…"
Aug 30, 2012
Homer Ruglia Beoulve replied to Jennifer Hartley's discussion Why do you hate swearing... or like it?
"Swearing according to Lewis Black, is like vitamins. It extends your life span. If you know what I mean. ^_^"
Aug 30, 2012
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A very, VERY bad archstereotype to video gaming: ensuing and teaching people "violence".

I just want to get this monkey off my back. I have enough of people saying that video games are "bad" influence to a person. But it's the last straw that pseudo-intellectuals and criminals are using video games as a scapegoat to justify their crimes, saying it was video games that teaches and influences violence to people. One current example would be Anders Breivik, who said that he was influenced by Call of Duty: Modern Warfare(which is I'm not a fan of, for sure) to plan us his attacks on…See More
Aug 30, 2012
Adina Bruce replied to Homer Ruglia Beoulve's discussion Being a "nerd" now is a social trend?
"mine too apperently they are ''cool'' "
Aug 21, 2012
Alix Laya replied to Homer Ruglia Beoulve's discussion Being a "nerd" now is a social trend?
"It's a hipster thing.  Personally, I think being a hipster is to mainstream.  I also think the term "nerd" is too loose and at the same time too defining.  I'd much rather be Alix, thank you very much- Alix, who is…"
Aug 13, 2012
Jims World replied to Homer Ruglia Beoulve's discussion Being a "nerd" now is a social trend?
"I will still go by the rule that one can not claim to be a nerd or a geek. The title has to be given by another nerd or geek."
Aug 2, 2012
Adam Martin replied to Homer Ruglia Beoulve's discussion Being a "nerd" now is a social trend?
"It's really easy, Just look for the Pizza shirts "
Aug 2, 2012
Fenchurch replied to Homer Ruglia Beoulve's discussion Being a "nerd" now is a social trend?
"I believe we all have the faculty to distinguish real nerds from trendy people with fake glasses. So if they wish to embarrass themselves, just let them. Wearing glasses does not make you smart and those who need to see the difference will. There is…"
Aug 2, 2012
Trevelyan replied to Homer Ruglia Beoulve's discussion Being a "nerd" now is a social trend?
"Isn't there kind of a hypocrisy in resenting people for mocking you because you fit into their stereotype of a 'nerd', and then turning around and heaping scorn on other people because they don't fit your stereotype of a…"
Jun 6, 2012
Adam Martin replied to Homer Ruglia Beoulve's discussion Being a "nerd" now is a social trend?
"I don't think we can turn to these people and say "go away, you're not a nerd. You did not earn your nerd credentials, you have no place here". I'm betting that, like me, many of you were picked on for nerdiness when you…"
Jun 6, 2012
Kirra Maree Jackson replied to Homer Ruglia Beoulve's discussion Being a "nerd" now is a social trend?
"I think that the problem with this, Like Isabella said, It's a trend, which is something I hate, especially the whole "smart is the new cool" The main problem I have with that being smart shouldn't be a trend, it should be all…"
Jun 6, 2012

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What Kind of Nerdfighter Are You?
A gaming, literature, anime/manga and hentai nerdfighter.
About Me:
Your usual nerd, from the land which nerds are rare, and jocks, and cool and wanna-be's are abundant. Often labeled as crazy, insane or synonymous with those words, people labeled me that. I walk straight, like a military man, because I want to maintain my spinal cord alignment and carefully not being a douchebag, walking like rappers in a ghetto do. I love read literature and fiction novels(especially the S. Holmes series), Japanese manga and doujinshi, watch US TV series(NCIS and The Big Bang Theory would be my top favorites), anime, also hentai(yeah I'm a hentai fanatic), and a true to the spirit gamer.
Favorite Books, Movies, Music, and more
Sherlock Holmes' series, Cantebury Tales, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Count of Monte Cristo, Shakespeare's works, Leo Tolosky's works, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Art of War, Book of the 5 Rings, Iliad and Odyssey.
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
Nothing
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?
Miranda Kerr
When did you start watching the Vlogbrothers?
2011
Make up your own DFTBA initialism!
Dork flying to Brisbane, Australia!

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