Game Archive – Video Game History Video Game Controversy during 80’s & 90’s

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Game Archive – Video Game History Video Game Controversy during 80’s & 90’s

Video game controversies refers to a wide range of debates on the social effects of video games on players and broader society, as well as debates within the video game industry. Since the early 2000s, advocates of video games have emphasized their use as an expressive medium, arguing for their protection under the laws governing freedom of speech and also as an educational tool. Detractors argue that video games are harmful and therefore should be subject to legislative oversight and restrictions. The positive and negative characteristics and effects of video games are the subject of scientific study. Academic research has examined the links between video games and addiction, aggression, violence, social development, and a variety of stereotyping and sexual morality issues.

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  1. Also- I liked hearing the Massachusetts accents. My grandmother’s family came from Boston, my father’s from Dedham. I hate that they’ve stripped the flavour from New England and turned us into a vassal state of the generic California / fake “Midwest” axis of American Standard English.

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      1. Haha that’s a clever label… Massachusetts is certainly a mixed bag… Jamaica Plain, at current, about a third of JP is inner-city, mostly low-income, “disenfranchised due to American history” , you know, Beats headphones and Jordans and searching for a WiFi connection to use that burner app phone # cuz the bill ain’t been paid…another third of the people are White, European men and women that are publicly apolitical (because they know what becomes of a Juneteenth concert …JP has a wide array of tax-exempt, 501c3 and 501c4 not for profit businesses. Most all of these have mission statements revolving around “Jobs for Justice”, “Police Reform”, “BLM”, LGBTQIAAP, Jewish Feminist Lawyers Guilds….there’s even Somalian, Tunisian and Eritrean “refugee welcome centers”….basically we have alot of dishonest harmony in the place of honest conflict.

        Lastly, the final third of people are real deal hard core virtue signaling hipsters, from Wisconsin and Iowa that live on Centre Street, which has transformed into the “little quasi-Bohemian real gay kinda vibe kind of people”…like dudes that wear costumes, dressed like the Guinness Man or like, just that look…it’s the asymmetrical haircut, the beard, the problem solving glasses…the Soyviet Union if you will… restaurants that sell $32 bowls of soups to these lovers of product…then within this third of JP (as I pointed out, they are native to elsewhere, Minnesota and Ohio)…are the hyper-politicized white women which engage in all of the sjew, Antifa mimicking antics …some of these polyamorous lesbian/tranz/double lesbian women hold seances to contact Genderfluid-jihadist martyrs from the past…

        Boston is hyper-cosmopolitan overall… fortunately for me, I’ve been able to experience living elsewhere on this beautiful world of ours…West Texas(Odessa and Midland) and also my first true love, first real woman in my life, met her when she was a student at Boston University and I was at a separate college in Boston ..she was from Prague and upon graduation I spent 4 months in Europe with her which left me spellbound for real man…

        Massachusetts has many communities that have real salt of the Earth/down to earth strong, sincere people….one must look outside of Suffolk County in essence…

        Also, Saxo, your blog has been one of my favorite blogs since I signed up with WordPress. The way in which you arrange your words and utilize literary techniques to tell stories that matter and to share a message/life lesson that is quite profound, your writing speaks for itself…there are 2 other gentlemen from New England with great blogs, I believe you know them too, VikingLB and VermontFT, I recently learned of their New England roots as well…and they have great content and writing on their blogs too…

        It is of great comfort to me to know as a man of Tradition, I am not alone ….and it is here on this platform my inclinations are reified and to that I say to you sir, thank you and may you and your family have strong and healthy times ahead ….

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      2. Thank you, that means a lot. I’ll mention this in passing, it might be worth your future commute, if you ever go to the go to the site and use the contact page. https://themannerbund.com/contact/

        Anyway. It’s a shame. I took my Honeymoon in Salem, 2015. Was shocked, it was like Toronto pissed itself and all the Yellow leaked South. Going to the Witch Museum with a bunch of Fanny Pack Asians was… Interesting. Then I got heckled by a Hairy Krishna. I love the fishing villages and coastal towns, that’s some real New England.

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  2. That’s a fun little walk back. Have to laugh at the TV generation dumping on anyone losing grips with reality. Maybe the Electric Who in the Living Room hadn’t finished rotting their brains yet.

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