Week In Review

Logan Westbrook

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Week In Review

In this week's edition: weird packages come to the office, and a British kid spends nearly $1500 on Farmville.

Pokemon Goes Monochrome

RapeLay continues to spark controversy, after news network CNN discovered the game and decided to cover it. In a follow up article, CNN then tried to explain why Japan has such games, which rubbed a certain Japanese citizen up the wrong way. Manga artist Takeshi Nogami wrote an open letter to the network, saying: "We Japanese enjoy one of the most safe and peaceful societies on Earth. Naturally, that is not to say that our society is without problems, but to be honest, I frankly do not think that you are the ones to tell us." CNN has yet to respond to the letter. (link [http://www.escapistmagazine.com/news/view/99713-CNN-RapeLay-Controversy-Sparks-Angry-Response])



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Sir Kemper

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Jan 21, 2010
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Ah, it's been quite a week, hasen't it?

Also, that bit about the package remindes me of something i saw ealier on 'Like Totaly Awsome'...

Something about the new COD game...
 

Sixties Spidey

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I like how CNN basically turned into tabloid trash these days. Keep at it! One more misinformed article, and you'll be the true offspring of Fox News!
 

Jared

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The new pokemon announcement has me excited~ Cant wait to see what its going to entail.

and poor woman and facebook...she now knows why we have passwords!
 

Dr.Susse

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God that Rapelay cover is disturbing to me. They can play it if they want but I don't want to see the cover again for a while.
 

Starke

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buy teh haloz said:
I like how CNN basically turned into tabloid trash these days. Keep at it! One more misinformed article, and you'll be the true offspring of Fox News!
Someone at CNN drank the cool-aid? Yeah, I don't even know what the hell is going on with CNN anymore. It's a weird day when Al Jazeera is one of the most respectable and coherent news networks out there.