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Reason for moderation: Not completely obscuring offensive/banned words

I wish mods had more imagination :lol:. Especially if I have obscured everything completely, or, to be more precise, the Gamespot autocensor obsured everything for me. Oh well, I'm gonna go and complain to the Ask The Mods board. P.S. As you can see, I'm not banned. Suprised? :P EDIT: That means that I'm able to repost my previous blog post.

In my dreams you're blowing me

-Zongragate's attempt at clever storytelling- From the depths of my emptiness comes a feeling of inner bliss. I feel wanted, I can feel my right hand on fire. But through the pain and the suffering, I feel loved. As the darkness closes in, I start touching everything. But through the desire, I can feel my soul on fire. It's not light, nor it's hard. I just keep turning left and right. Pushing up and down. It explodes all over my keyboard - yes, the whole thing. It already feels good. I describe it using metaphors and other different **** to make it feel orgasmic. I know I succeeded. I write it down and push the "Submit" button. Yep, without even checking my spelling or previewing all the stuff I've typed so far. That's because I already reached the perfection. You'll call this blog random, but I think it's perfection. The perfect filler. I know you won't understand what am I talking about, you'll just skip to the last sentence. And you and I will give the finger of the man of Zongragate. These are three wives upon the name of the way. I won't answer your stupid questions, if you asked me one, it means you didn't read my story carefully. So I said unto him, Is anything too little balm, and he thrown into those people; he called the sons of famine was the field of the land of Jehovah hardened the tree, in all the pit; and, behold, thy children, because they journeyed: , with wine, and the man of many colors that it to kneel down to slay him. And the river exploded from my reproductive organ. I knew it was a stupid decision of me to call it a river, because rivers don't have a taste of salt, but oh well. I know my time. Multifarious avenues of approach vie for attention as potential retorts to anyone's cranky slogans. In the text that follows, when I quote from anyone, I will use the word "excrement" in place of another word which is now apparently permitted in general circulation publications and which I have edited out. One could truthfully say that anyone exists in a state of intellectual hibernation. But saying that would miss the real point, which is that what I call deranged radicals serve as the priests in its cult of daft masochism. These "priests" spend their days basking in anyone's reflected glory, pausing only when anyone instructs them to condemn innocent people to death. What could be more ruthless? I have searched numerous sources for answers to that question. No two sources seem to agree on any given point except for one: that if I didn't think anyone would block streets and traffic to the extent that ambulances can't get through, I wouldn't say that its doctrines are rife with contradictions and difficulties; they're absolutely imprudent, meet no objective criteria, and are unsuited for a supposedly educated population. And as if that weren't enough, if there's an untold story here, it's that it contends that its improvident metagrobolism movement is a respected civil-rights organization. What planet is it from? The planet Immoral? The complete answer to that question is a long, sad story. I've answered parts of that question in several of my previous letters, and I'll answer other parts in future ones. For now, I'll just say that I welcome anyone's comments. However, anyone needs to realize that its yes-men are tools. Like a hammer or an axe, they are not inherently evil or destructive. The evil is in the force that manipulates them and uses them for destructive purposes. That evil is anyone, who wants nothing less than to separate people from their roots and cut their bonds to their natural communities. When was the last time you heard anyone mention that it is operating under the misguided assumption that everyone with a different set of beliefs from its is going to get a one-way ticket to Hell? Probably never. That's why for its conniving plans to succeed, anyone needs to dumb down our society. An uninformed populace is easier to control and manipulate than an educated populace. Before long, schoolchildren will stop being required to learn the meanings of words like "disproportionableness" and "superultrafrostified". They will be incapable of comprehending that I don't know which are worse, right-wing tyrants or left-wing tyrants. But I do know that the reason anyone wants to take the robes of political power off the shoulders of the few honest people who wear them and put them upon the shoulders of namby-pamby, predatory deadbeats is that it's thoroughly craven. If you believe you have another explanation for its poxy behavior, then please write and tell me about it. Zongragate's my name, never call me Jack or James, I'm posting these blogs, not you. Birds taught me to sing, when I took my nagic wand with a fine strong grip. First I had to fly in the sky. But no more. To be continued... So did you enjoy my little story? I thought it was quite enjoyable, as I've put a lot of time into it :P. Can you rate it on a scale 1-10 and say if you liked the main character?I'm planning it to be a long lasting series, but I really want your feedback on it :D. Also, ASK ME ANYTHING!!!!

It's time for E3 predictions.

(NOTE: A good amount of these predictions were made by GamerJM ) Nintendo: - They open with some story about the life or a general statement about Nintendo - A lot of stuff about sales - They brag about their latest releases (Super Mario Galaxy 2 and Pokemon HG/SS) - They've done really well in sales - 3DS is shown, after a bunch of stuff about sales and PR - Launch titles will include Luigi's Mansion port for the 3DS with 3D effects but little touch screen, a new Ace Attorney title, maybe a sequel to Miles Edgeworth Investigations . A new Warioware title is shown but is said to be launch title only, and Golden Sun DS is also said to be moved to the 3DS as a launch title. -More stuff about sales -Vitallity Sensor is shown with a new game "Wii Relax" -They start talking about "expanding the audience" again. -They then start showing third-party stuff. Majority of it is sholelware/casual games that sell well from developers like Ubisoft, but a couple niche games are highlighted in the video showcasing upcoming third-party games. -All of a sudden, longly awaited games like Star Fox Wii (from Retro), F-Zero Wii and Pikmin III are shown, pleasing the audience. -Both titles look really good. Star Fox looks somewhat like 64 but also pushes the series in a new direction. F-Zero Wii resembles X more than GX, but still looks good. -Then they show Wii Party and talk more about casual games. -Whereas Wii Sports Resort was a sequel to Wii Sports that used Wii Motion Plus, Wii Party is a sequel to Wii Play that uses Wii Motion Plus. -After talking about that game and reflecting a bit more on sales, they start talking about the future. -All of a sudden, a new console is revealed with a codename, but nothing else, much similar to how the Revolution was revealed in 2005. -The confrence ends with a brief Zelda Wii trailer that doesn't show much gameplay. Zelda Wii is not playable. The trailer ends saying "coming 2011". - Nintendo and Sega announce their newest Mario and Sonic game, but this time it's the epic action-platformer crossover that we've all been waiting for. Miyamoto himself is put in charge of the project. Microsoft: -A lot of focus on the Natal and how it's the future in their Natal press confrence. -However, most of the games fail to impress and resemble a lot of the stuff that happened on the Eyetoy. -A lot of focus on Halo Reach during the actual press confrence. -Talking about how it's going to push forward the genre and push the hardware to its limits. -Call of Duty: Black Ops is shown shortly with exclusive features. -Rock Band 3 is announced to launch with exclusive 360 DLC, and is shown in playable form. -The Xbox 720 is shown. -Launch games include Gears of War 3, Modern Warfare 3, a new game from Sega/Shenmue 3 and Dead or Alive 5. -In-depth look at Fable 3 and Fallout: New Vegas gameplay video is shown -Rare announces Banjo-Kazooie 4 with traditional Banjo gameplay plus vehicle-based segments. - Sega announces a new Jet Set Radio game, along with the release of the original JSR on Live Arcade to build hype. Sony: -Talks a lot about sales and is generally boring for a lot of the press confrence. -Large focus on Move, which fails to impress, like Natal. -However, LittleBig Planet 2, Resistance 3, and InFamous 2 are shown and impress a lot of the Sony fanboys. -Design of PSP2 is shown, but nothing else. -PS4 design is shown -ICO and Shadow of Colossus remakes are announced for the PS3 -Suddenly, Ninja Gaiden 3 -Infamous 2 gameplay is shown, bragging about how much it is going to push the hardware -Final Fantsy XV teaser trailer is shown - Namco-Bandai also finally gives us a release date for the PS3 version of Tales of Vesperia. And that's pretty much it.

Why the thumbing system in the comments section should be removed.

Hey guys, do you know what makes me really annoyed when I read the comments to the Gamespot blogs? These things  I's sure know what you are thinking: "gee, first union invites, now this" But hey, why can't I complain about things that bother me :?? After all, in this blog I'll try to find out why thumbing the comments is so popular and so irritating to users like myself. First of all, I know that some of you may disagree with me, but hey, why don't I ask you a question? What's the point of thumbing up the comments? It's completely flawed, because, as you know, every person in this world has a different point of view. For example, let's take video game consoles. There are at least four types of fanboys, and most of them hate the fact that someone else can have a different point of view than them. Imagine a blog post that asks you which conslole is better - the 360 or the PS3. Also, that blog is mostly read by PS3 fanboys. Then, the first comment states that the Xbox is a better console. After that, the PS3 fanboys come up. What happens to the Xbox comment is obvious - it gets thumbed down, which makes his comment look worthless, because the red minus under the comment gives it a bad image. Now, let's imagine a similar blog, but where a user ShootumUP26 takes the role of the PS3 and people who are on his side take the roles of PS3 fanboys. What happens if a neutral comment is made? This.  Look at dahui's comment closely - he decided not to take someone's side, he wanted to be neutral. The result is horrible. Next, with people around who thumb comments up and down, it's nearly impossible to have a normal discussion. Proof?  Now, imagine their comments without any green or red color around below their comments. The result is an equal discussion, but when the user ErikB has a "+1" under his comment and ShootumUP26 has a "-1", it is mentally hard to pick the less popular side. But if those thumbs basically ruin my Gamespot experience, why are they so popular? Because we are people with animal instincts.  But the best thing, with no regret, You always fail to make my face all wet. ~Zongragate BONUS!!! Can somebody explain why my comment got thumbed up on this pic? [spoiler]  [/spoiler]

Thanks for the cooperation!

I decided to start doing blogs with more research and time put into them, and my previous blog post was a part of it too, to prove one of my points. Suprisingly, the results were way better than I expected, and dahui's comment made things way more intersting. Also, I think that I owe an apology to all of you. I guess it was my mistake to use ShootumUP26 for my dirty goals, who IS a great guy , but I'm not sure if the results would be as good if I used someone less popular. Anyway, I'm sorry, especially to ShootumUP26 himself. Also, the blog I'm talking about will come out soon. P.S. I'm not the one who thumbed down your comments in my previous blog. I'd never do that.
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