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Video games hey ive been a gamer for 10 long years. but it just hit me games are ********. they bring you nothin but garbage. They raise your blood pressure. and they make you go crazy. like what the ****. but this is just my opinion. im through with playing garbage. it makes you a nerd and a loser. im only 15

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    jessy bitwa Nov 06, 2008

    thank you var-pun. your words are inspiring and i may, in the future take your advice. so thanks.

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Cool

great time to ralize that.


but actually that is certainly not the point. Video games are really great.
take u  out of  your Life dont hey
Give you a different reality to live on.
I hope you  really have quite a life without those.
someday you might want to return to the Games
I did . I am 21

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