Location: Finland - Suomi
Joined Jan 30, 2012 at 04:28PM EST
I am mostly just surfing KYM and making comments (as you can see from the chart above).
I’m sorry if there is some mistakes on my English.
If you see anyone (eg. in Steam or YouTube) named “mrZalli” or “misterZalli” it almost certainly is me.
My Tumblr blog
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• Games (Who wouldn’t)
• Homestuck, Touhou
• Programming (Java is my strong suit)
• Vocaloid music (GUMI’s my favorite)
• Information technology
• Electronic music and dubstep (I like other kinds of music too) (Klaypex and Monstercat’s artists are my favorite)
• I also like Bobby Yarsulik, Savlonik and Capsule.
• Good grammar (But not grammar nazism.)
• Two’s powers (1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, …)
(note, please learn where to use space correctly: “Asdf, Qwerty”, “Asdf. Qwerty”)
You looked at the references of the real page? Wikipedia is not biased just because they use legitimate sources, not some social websites where angry people form an angry mob which searches witches to burn.
“A number of commentators have argued that the GamerGate hashtag had the potential to raise important issues in gaming journalism, but that the wave of misogynistic harassment and abuse associated with the hashtag had poisoned the well, making it impossible to separate honest criticism from sexist trolling.”
-Wikipedia – Gamergate Controversy
So the true way is the status quo and the way to achieve that is death and rape threats to women, because they are all radical feminists who are close to killing a multimillion industry and “deserve” it?
Honestly stuff like this doesn’t really hold any value as many of the supporters are sexists with the habit of sending threats to women they don’t like.
They put labels on video games telling if they are sexist? What a dystopia!
Sorry for being slightly aggressive.
There is nothing wrong in wishing that people had better self-esteem, but demanding it from a partner is surely offensive to them. Same with the wishes on the sex life, that is not other people’s place to judge.
Sry about that wall of text
It’s late here, I’m tired and I get easily verbose
tldr: it is not your place to judge other people (in this case women) because what they do doesn’t make them any less valuable and you don’t own them
Ehh, wouldn’t say most, been there a while. The people overdoing it are just more vocal and they gain easily fame because people like sensations and outrageous things more than the “boring” and reasonable.
(This applies to almost any sufficiently large group.)
Only somewhere. There would be also a lot of victim blaming and people trying to justify the crime
Still seems unnecessary. We don’t really use quotation marks elsewhere (right?)
Or microscopic ego, that needs it much more
Well someone have a preference that only white people or only non-poor can be my friends. Who said preferences are inherently neutral.
And that really is not your place to wish. All people should make decisions themselves and you are not responsible for what they choose and they don’t owe you anything. You can influence their decisions, and if you do that, respect their opinions and choices, otherwise you are fighting against them.
Always remember to respect other people’s right to choose for themselves and remember that even if their decisions are wrong they are still humans with all their flaws. I think all premarital sex is a bad thing, but I wouldn’t see people who do that as lesser people.
(also don’t make that many assumptions about other people, where would you know how many girls do what when you’ve never even had a girlfriend or what most of the guys want from a relationship)
I don’t know If this comment thread makes me feel amused or embarrassed. I’ve never had “waifu feelings” towards any character.
Waa waa women are not like I want them to be, why can’t other people live to my expectations
and by misclick I mean dislike
OOPS, accidental misclick
According to the ingame books, the world of Dishonored (Pandyssia etc) would be a great place for some open world exploration.
Again I wish you could favorite comments.
Why’s it in quotation marks? Seems unnecessary.
That’s exactly what I was talking about.