well one thing to note is that as long as you can get away with it like not doing it during schooltime or whatever it doesn't matter. I have been known while sitting in a class or where I need to work from a document with no interaction from my reader or anyone around to play quiet music while working. Ofcause games can distract you so coman sence not to play those and to be concious people could see your screen to.
All my computers including school systems were loaded with games.
And in most cases unless I needed to access special functions, any systems were reformatted and loaded with my os and my software. THen when I had finnished it reformatted and given back with the origional systems.
Can't do that now though.
At 02:28 p.m. 29/04/2011, you wrote:
It's like I said. I put games on the first and only Laptop the Commission bought me within days after receiving it. And i still managed to ace both English courses.
We are the Knights who saaaaay...Ni!
----- Original Message ----- From: "Charles Rivard" <woofer...@sbcglobal.net>
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Used to be? You don't break ridiculous nonsensical rules anymore? How disappointing. Even now, I would do it unless the game is still in the beta sage.

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----- Original Message ----- From: "Thomas Ward" <thomasward1...@gmail.com>
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Hi Jim,

Interesting. That could always be. Perhaps some rehab counselors have
some opinion that their clients should not put games on their
machines. That's an attitude that is rediculous since they aren't
hurting anything by being there, and as has been stated that doesn't
stop the client from scanning books, using Office, or anything else
that needs to get done for college, work, etc.

Of course, if my counselor had told me something like that I'd have
gone and done it anyway. My opinion use to be "rules are made for
breaking," and I broke a lot of them growing up. Lol!

On 4/28/11, Jim Kitchen <j...@kitchensinc.net> wrote:
Hi Thomas,

I have talked with people who told me that they had been told that since
BSVI bought their computer that they were not allowed to put games on it.
So it may not be the individuals but some of the rehab people telling them
such things.  But I do know of other rehab councilors that put my games on
the clients computers.

BFN

     Jim

Don't ever argue with an idiot; people watching may not be able to tell the
difference.


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