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I read your post, second-to-last in the now-locked thread that Spurge wrote. I just wanted to say that for the most part I agree with you, and I wish more people with your way of thinking frequented this forum.
Like most posts Spurge writes, this one was especially ridiculous and made little-to-no sense. I learned in January to just ignore him for the most part, because he doesn't seem to be very rational, and when contradictions or similar things are pointed out to him, he ignores them and just keeps on making ridiculous threads that have no point to them, other than to contribute to his post count.
I cannot say if I would have made a better response to that thread if it were posted today, or not.
Now, I can actually say thank you, and know why I'm doing it, lol.
Hey there! Why not stop on by this thread and re-introduce your self to the vgchartz community?
We can even help you with ideas for an avatar!
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Well... Arcade fight sticks don't require thumbs... But, don't let the doctors words get to you. People have, plenty of times in the past, defied their doctors' beliefs. You have the proper mind-set, you can do it. It doesn't apply to just games, but literally everything in life. You have the final say over things that happen in your life, not some doctor looking at statistics. Get...
RCTjunkie said:I guess it prepares you for real life when you have to deal with people you don't like. Thay skill is highly undervalued as it shows lots of self control and strong listening skills. You're absolutely right. Just thinking back to the "everyone wins" mentality also messes people up when they get older. They have trouble excepting losses, or putting fourth...
IFireflyl said: Some people prefer to remove the thing that causes anger/discomfort/etc, rather than ignore it. Some people are better than ignoring rude comments than other. Taking the easy route isn't going to help them get over the issue either. The up-side? You don't need a site feature to ignore someone's post. You just do it....