I've Got an Ultra Extreme Fever...

Jordan Deam

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I've Got an Ultra Extreme Fever...

Jordan Deam has an Ultra Extreme Fever - and the only prescription is more Peggle.

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Kross

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Or maybe, as my coworkers have suggested, I exist in a perpetual state of anger and confusion with Peggle as my only lifeline.
AND, you're a robot. A cruel, unfeeling, robot.
 
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Maybe I'm just the exception, again, but Peggle has the tendency to bring out the curse words in me. Real screaming, chair-rocking, cat frightening swearing...
 

Keithy George

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You don't need emotions to be cruel.

Anyway, although I'm miserable most of the time for no good reason, I'm very wary of Peggle. Yes, it makes you feel good - when you're playing it. As you've mentioned in the article the games that have sucked you in have caused you to shut in on yourself, and that's the problem. Something that's good for you in life will make you feel good after you've done it. With addictive games you only feel good while you're playing it.
 

Normeo

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Keithy George post=6.71942.743243 said:
You don't need emotions to be cruel.
But you can be angry and unfeeling can you? I think that's enough posting from the smart arses though. Doh now I've done it. Sry all ;D
 

Anfield1892TheGrave

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HalfShadow post=6.71942.742514 said:
Kross post=6.71942.742127 said:
Or maybe, as my coworkers have suggested, I exist in a perpetual state of anger and confusion with Peggle as my only lifeline.
AND, you're a robot. A cruel, unfeeling, robot.
Well then, by definition, he can't be a robot.

You can't exist in a state of anger and be unfeeling.
Well technically thats true, but robots always try to destroy humanity so its only natural to assume that they are programmed to be angry
 

ckeymel

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I'm sure this can easily be connected to all the research done by casinos to keep you playing - back when they used coins, or for the casinos that still do, they shape all the dishes on the machines so that when a coin hits it, it rings out in the note of C - most pleasing to the human ear.
 

danne dkd

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i love peggle with the pegs. it makes me happy to play something that doesnt involve guns and/or killing