Unfortunately, this wedding was refused classification by the Australian marriage board...
"But the casual sex, which could be used as a tool to deepen your understanding and empathy for the other characters, tends to reinforce the idea of women as alternately jealous, catty, smothering, and weak-willed (easily taking back a lover that has strayed), while perpetuating the stereotype of the promiscuous gay/bisexual man. I guess what I'm saying is...the sex could be better."
Except that, in a histrionic cosmos (fiction, theater, film), the world exists in bedlam. Sexual jealousy, erotomania and the obscene suffering of a thousand Pietas are the stuff that arrest our passions. Videogames do not exist in order to 'present ideas' or conjure archetypes. They exist in order to satisfy a universal will-to-nullification. Where else can the bureaucrat, these days, violate Paradise? Workers, especially in a democracy, always have fascist dreams: everyone wants to ejaculate death. Who the hell looks for moral realism in a videogame? Character, in videogames, is defined by exaggeration: the princess who pleads, the plumber who saves her and the Tyrant who grotesquely mirrors the hero (The 'dark double' is videogaming's immortal cliche. Mario = sexless longing. Wario = Coprophilia). The ethos, usually, is 'Murder Death Kill.'
So, why the fuck does this gesticulating dandy pretend that he will find a glorious image of Empathy within the gutter? Martin Buber never went to Sodom.
Leave us workers our pyromania.
Not so Wonderful
Re: What a Weird Day
So after spending the day making snow angels in the backyard
I found out my neighbour has really really bad dandruff.
I'd come quiet, but that would take away from the moment.
Toyota Exec: Realistic Video Games Make Cars Unnecessary
Comment by: GunFlame
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He's right, I've been driving OutRun to work for almost 20 years.
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