Joined Apr 17, 2011 at 09:20AM EDT
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I am Fudge. I have various things that tickle my fancy. I enjoy Creepypasta, especially ones involving Pokemon or SCP. I enjoy Homestuck, And my favorite show is Breaking Bad. I like gaming, especially classic gaming.
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FudgeGruck's Forum Posts
>Buy a goddamn motherfucking sword >go to the pub >ask around and see if there’s any trouble afoot
>examine surroundings >meditate or whatever
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Way to the contribute to the conversation by posting something completely unrelated.
I think that your argument is fair and unbiased, but it has one fault: A child doesn’t need a credit card OR a Pay-Pal account to buy an M-Rated game online. A minor can easily buy a PSN or XBLA Card at a Gamestop, bring it home, and buy an M-Rated game online. with the growing anonymity of the internet, your identity and (subsequently) age are shrouded in mystery. Yes, you could set up a parent account and restrict your child from buying a game that is rated MA, but if a minor bought the game, would...
Honestly, this wouldn’t affect me in any way. When I buy games, I buy T Rated games or below simply because I don’t like having a parent give their consent for me to buy a game. Just kinda awkward. However, I think that the bill is pretty dumb. The PARENT should be responsible for what type of media a minor consumes, not the distributor. Besides, a minor would still be able to get his mitts on the game anyway. When has a movie being rated R stopped children from watching it? Never. A child could easily...
>Take the nest also, for good measure
>retrieve portal device
The Wanderer from Shadow of the Colossus At least if I die, he’ll fight 16 Colossi to save me. What a good friend.
OP will deliver soon…
Fallout 3… but at the same time…
Game Master: Syndic
And the “Awkward” Promotions…