Didn't he say "Blame Master Chief for lack of civility in online play"? But then again, about that always remember kids "ONLINE INTERACTIONS ARE NOT RATED BY THE ESRB"!Enosh_ said:"blaming master chief for lack of civility" this line is killing me, given that he himself made the agument that halo is to blame a billion times
I hope you listened to what he told you and not what he told everyone else's kidsdex-dex said:I was not old enough to see the Joe Camel ads during their original run but my dad did use to work for them(he worked in their IT department and he even remembers recieving packages of cigarettes with his pay cheque) and there for some reason advertisements of Joe Camel in our playroom. He always told my brother and I to never smoke cigarettes.
'God Dam Gobernment ain't gunna tell me how to raise my child!' It's always gunna be easier to whine than it is to actually do somethingI think that blaming mascots for fast food companies a little bit annoying. I mean I know plenty of people (including myself) who grew up having mcdonalds probably more than they should as children but they are not obese and neither am I. four or five of them I wonder how the hell they appear underweight when they always eat poorly. The responsibility is within the parents and the sooner they can get that through dumb ass parent's thick heads the better we will all be.
I think it should be mentioned that George Carlin did a notable skit on American obesity during his Life Is Worth Losing HBO special. His criticism is by and far more blunt than yours, but offers a unique point of view of the whole of American society in this issue, while at the same time giving validity to your perspective.MovieBob said:Arch-Villains
We have met the enemy, and he is a clown.