yeah interestingly though sometimes I can invision myself say in the entombed 
universe doing exactly what my character did to get into the dungeon, since i 
have it close to something I did or that sounded like me.
scary.
At 02:40 a.m. 17/03/2010, you wrote:
>This is the fault of today's role models as well as the parents of the kids. I 
>would like to think that each of us would like to be a role model whether we 
>intend to be or not, and we should be the role model we wish to be.
>
>Can we be a role model by the games we play?  Probably not, because we are not 
>ourselves in a lot of the games we play.  They're all in fun, after all.
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>----- Original Message ----- From: "Thomas Ward" <thomasward1...@gmail.com>
>To: "Gamers Discussion list" <gamers@audyssey.org>
>Sent: Monday, March 08, 2010 2:21 PM
>Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Help with some ignorant ppl
>
>
>>Hi,
>>Well, it is a sad fact, but most of todays youth have completely
>>different values, roll models, and a completely different upbringing
>>than a generation ago. We all grow up trying to follow in the
>>footsteps of someone we greatly admire, and if that person is a
>>dirtbag we might think that is cool and emulate his/her attitudes.
>>Here is a case in point.
>>When I was growing up I greatly admired Princess Diana, because behind
>>all the fame, being a royal princess, and all that you can tell she
>>was a real human being. Not some stuck up rich snob. She dedicated a
>>lot of time and energy into humanitarian efforts, and visited people
>>far below her station. The fact that millions of people world wide
>>came to her funeral is a testament of how greatly admired the woman
>>was, and how deeply she was able to touch people emotionally. That is
>>in my opinion a great example of a roll model.  She wasn't perfect,
>>but she did manage to leave behind a legacy that we should all treat
>>others with respect, with love, and compassion no matter how rich or
>>poor they may be. At least that's what I got out of her life's legacy.
>>Now, compare her with someone today like Britney Spears. Britney
>>Spears is definitely not someone I'd want my kids to admire and use as
>>a roll model. She has been in and out of drug rehab, had a couple
>>quicky mariages and devorces, threw beer bottles at the cops in a
>>drunken rage when they tried to take her kids to see their father,
>>dresses up like a tramp, and so on. Not the kind of behavior we want
>>our children to grow up emulating that's for sure.
>>Bottom line, I think that these kids probably don't have the best roll
>>models and parental guidence in their lives. Someone to teach them the
>>value of compassion, understanding, and to treat others with respect.
>>In other words they haven't been taught the golden rule to do unto
>>others as you would have them do unto you.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>On 3/7/10, Ch.B. <chr1...@gmx.de> wrote:
>>>
>>>The sad part is hey are not uneducated about disabled people but topics in
>>>general. I have been following the game board there for some time and it is
>>>amazing how a bunch of kids can be so ignorant about all kinds of stuff.
>>>And like I said they come up with stuff like "yeah why would anyone without
>>>sight want to even play regular games, that would be like a deaf person
>>>playing rock band, bla bla".
>>>Scary that these kids will one day run all of our countries... lol I should
>>>of asked who over there wants to get their sighted butts kicked in a match
>>>of tekken by a blind person. I was on both sides of the fence, not being
>>>born blind but later in life, but never would I have reacted with nothing
>>>but curiousity or if anything with respect for gamers who are so dedicated
>>>that they take the time to master a game like that dude did with Zelda.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
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