We Are Better Prepared than Most!

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  1. UrbanMasque

    UrbanMasque Everyone Wears a Mask

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    This link leads you to a not so serious discussion on a very serious matter.
    How much more prepared for the Apocalypse are we than our peers due to our video games? Jack Thompson, in this instance would probably want us on his side!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTbYUd1jUc4

    .aaannnnndddd....DEBATE!
     
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  2. KoalaRainbowPoop

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    *sigh* when will these people learn?? video games are not real and not training manual for real life. video games are pure simple enjoyment, a escape, a stress reliever. some one just shoot those idiots on fox news already.
     
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  3. Diabolus

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    I learned to drive in snow from playing Ridge Racer. Counter steering for the motherfucking win.
     
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  4. De-Ting

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    I say we use the knowledge we have gained from hideo games to cause the Apocalypse.
     
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  5. KoalaRainbowPoop

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    now there is a idea. i'll start work on a zombie virus if some one wants to build a nuke.
     
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  6. miak757

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    but if we cause the Apocalypse, then there no more GR...and ice cream... and clowns... and the internet...and even worse... Video Games!!!
     
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  7. KoalaRainbowPoop

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    you forget, gr is already ran by zombies and they have all the porn we need. nude raider patches. yeahhh thats it laura, do the frog stroke, oh yeahhhhhhhhhh
     
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  8. UrbanMasque

    UrbanMasque Everyone Wears a Mask

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    Now thats what im talking about!!!!!

    I've never drifted a car before, but I would like to think that my training in Gran Tourismo has prepared me incase I need to ever drift in an emergency.. [Turn, handbrake, downshift, accelerate]


    I've Learned that if I ever get attacked by an overgrown mushroom with teeth, all i have to do is jump on its back.
     
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  9. NickKmet

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    You do realize that it's from the onion and is thus a parody/joke anyway, right?

    but seriously, i like to think my long hours of gaming has taught me something... maybe.... i hope.
     
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  10. KoalaRainbowPoop

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    it's from fox news, which still makes it a joke anyways.
     
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  11. Rakon

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    Video Games have taught me that I would be the greatest hockey player alive had I made it. 53 points in 13 games? Eat me Wayne Gretzky.
     
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  12. UghRochester

    UghRochester https://www.twitch.tv/ughrochester

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    I agree it was hilarious
    Video Games taught me...(So begins UghRochesters wonders)

    That i could get a hooker if i drove up and honk the horn
    Use active came to hide from fellow shooters
    look through my enemies body for bottle caps or nuka cola of some sort.

    You know what? most of the stuff i will learn through Video games maybe listed somewhere on the Discovery channel.
     
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  13. Trippysmurf

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    Its from The Onion, which while blatantly fictional, is oddly ore reliable than Fox News.

    Anyways, lets not forget that other games has helped us out: WoW teaches us how to fish and make jewelry; WAR teaches us how to cultivate plants to make potions; Fable teaches us how to bartend; Viva Pinata train us how to breed animals and then feed them to each other, etc.
     
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  14. keepithowitis

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    Oh, and don't forget Leisure Suit Larry, which taught me many things in 4th grade.
     
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  15. NickKmet

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    hahahahaha.....keepit...how did you ever get your hands on a copy of leisure suit larry in the 4th grade?
     
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  16. miak757

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    um, what could you possibly lear-
    scratch that,
    I don't want to know.
     
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    Why is war so bad when everybody but the Germans come back to life right after they die?
     
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  18. KoalaRainbowPoop

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    ^lol they come back as zombies, or in wolfensteins case, technically advanced zombies
     
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  19. keepithowitis

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    Rich kids. This particular one had GTA Vice City (he knew all the whore cheats as well) and Manhunt as well. :twisted:
     
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  20. madster111

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    Video games have taught us to be prepared.

    Ie, shoot zombies in the HEAD, because they go down faster.
     
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