Way to go for Phil changing the title of Sarah.

In my opinion, a game, a book, a movie - whatever. They're all works of
fiction and completely harmless.

Jason

On Sun, Sep 20, 2009 at 11:28 AM, Thomas Ward <thomasward1...@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi Robert,
> Well, I can think of a few instances where you can't just simply turn off
> the screen. Many laptops, like mine, don't have a power button for the
> display. As a result anything I do can be seen by a sighted party if he or
> she decided to look over my shoulder.
> Smile.
>
>
> Robert Montowski wrote:
>
>> Hello there,
>> I came into this thread a bit late...so I had to go back and read alot of
>> old messages to get the feel for what is going on here.
>> My experience to some of what is being discussed goes like this:
>> I used to live with a girlfriend in my house.
>> I also played shades of doom.
>> she is a born again christian as am I.
>> she was a bit miffed I was playing this shooting game.
>> here is how I settled the matter.
>> As I am totally blind..I turned my monitor off.
>> even if she walks by my open door, she will not know what I am doing.
>> as many of these games are very specific about what direction a sound
>> comes at you from, I got a very nice pair of headphones to wear when I play
>> any game.
>> so once again, even when she is standing in my room talking to me..she has
>> no idea what I am doing unless I have the volume on the head phones turned
>> way up high.
>> I consider this leveling the playfield.
>> when she is on her computer I have no idea what she is doing as she turns
>> her speakers off.
>> I can't see or hear what she is doing and she can't see or hear what I am
>> doing.
>> No problem here...grin.
>> religion and computer games can co-exist.
>> Robert
>>
>>
>
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