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Very awesome. I never knew he had a deformed wrist either lol.CJL182
Being in college, yes a ton of people smoke it. Any time you go to a party either at a fraternity house, a regular house, or an apartment you can usually find at least a couple of people who are smoking somewhere, either hiding it or being blatantly obvious about it.
Its really kind of crazy because you end up smoking with people you would never guess had smoked before let alone a lot. We were smoking with some girls from our school's cheerleading squad last semester and some of them were hitting it like champs.
I completely agree.
Games are hobbies.
Look what the dictionary says for hobby/hobbies
1.an activity or interest pursued for pleasure or relaxation and not as a main occupation: Her hobbies include stamp-collecting and woodcarving.
Note how it says interest, for pleasure, relaxation, but most importantly, not as a main occupation.
My point is you can't make money from gaming, only the people that bring you it. Therefore is has no use but to be enjoyable. And in the worlds eyes today enjoyable is inpracticle.
If I was to pick up a Guitar and play for a hobby and become good I can turn that into a profession.
Gaming does not include that. So get off your "X console is better" horse and play because you love it, and stop complaining that not everyone in the world has your system.AzzoLovesBirdy
that has nothing to do with anything.
Its similar to movies. You have award winners that either do something new (in terms of storytelling, direction, cinematography, effects) or do several things really well (acting, direction, writing). These are hardcore games.
You also have the movies that aren't really attempting to win any awards, they are simply made to appeal to a certain demographic (at least initially), they have a specific focus, and don't attempt to go beyond that. They know what the are and succeed at that. Any decent action movie or comedy is an example of this. These are still hardcore games.
And then you have whats left. These are the movies that really have no artistic merit, they don't succeed in any category that is used to rate movies (acting, directing, writing, etc.), they aren't trying anything different, most of the time they aren't even original. They just exist because they are an attempt to make money. And sometimes these movies actually succeed at the box office. These are the casual games.