That was more or less my thinking. Also, doesn't the filter leave the non-swear half of the compound word intact?Originally Posted by WildBerry
Yep. The -er ending, too.
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Thread: Blaming Video Games
27-07-2006, 14:58 #41
27-07-2006, 16:07 #42
In America we have to blame something, usually something that can't defend itself is easiest, so people blame video games.
27-07-2006, 16:12 #43Originally Posted by htotheh
27-07-2006, 16:31 #44
To all the guys that are trying to figure out what 12-letter swearword I used:
Those are just 12 stars, to provoke the idea that there is a swearsequenze underneeth it. (kinda like the stars and lightnings etc when cartoons swear)
I couldn't think of an appropriate bad word, so I just made the impression there was a bad word.
27-07-2006, 17:39 #45
Originally Posted by Dawnmaster
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27-07-2006, 17:44 #46Originally Posted by Pitboss_2000
You're forgetting pinball arcades, comic books, and juke joints to name but a few.
27-07-2006, 18:51 #47Originally Posted by Pitboss_2000
27-07-2006, 19:38 #48Originally Posted by Anakha1
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27-07-2006, 20:00 #49
id agree that its the responsibility of the person who buys the games to prevent younger people from playing them, then monitor them when they are old enough, then explain that acting that way in public will probably get you arrested, shot or even killed, thats part of the job description of a parent
in the end its up to the persons conscience to decide if their actions are ok or not
criminals try to use any reason they can think of as a scapegoat for whatever crimes they commited, before violent games they have been blaming music, tv and movies
in the first lsl games there was a quiz that you needed to pass in order to even play the game, i think that did a good job at restricting younger people from playing, it still works on me :mad:
27-07-2006, 21:16 #50
Originally Posted by htotheh
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