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Hi Kaz. Are you the head mod?
Sorry for busting balls in that tail thread. I kid, I kid
Write on his wall...sorry to bother you but could i post this video?
Huh. There might be a Square-Enix published mech RPG with heavy focus on customization... that is not Front Mission: http://collective.square-enix.com/projects/7/world-war-machine
Kasz, was approved by the mod team to unban Wander_? Because he is. He has logged in, so he is aware of it.
http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=174512 Steam Secret Santa if you are interested
Check out the awesomeness of 2014:
What's the game in your sig about? I checked the link you put to it's steam page and the video got me really interested in it, reminds me a bit of fallout 1 and 2. I figured you played it and know better than anyone
This is an interesting one http://www.esquire.com/blogs/politics/new-american-center-1113
You just blew my mind. http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=5718944
The OP wasn't ment to criticize or complain about mods, just to hear the silliest bans (even if justified), but ok.
Hey Kasz! Wanna predict? - http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=168779&page=1
Always a good chat. The question seems to be how to achieve greater empathy in thought. Our limitation is that we never can truly understand how someone else views and processes the world. We never conceive of something, so cannot imagine why anyone else would.
Your links on racism and white privilege are good example of this. If you never directly observe something that is in the background of a culture it is easy to miss. as you say even more educated of a given populace ranks can struggle with the "invisible hands" that guide cultures.
So, not for any particular reason at the moment, but when you said there was a particular thread to go to when complaining about moderations, where is that?
What does this remind you of? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTgUZfdjb1U