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Same here, it's been so long since Pseudo released an RPG; or Heck, a game period.
Blog: Weekly Update!!1
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If I were to rate the stories in order of how much I liked them, it would be 4, 2, 1, 3.

Are the beta testers really such jerks?
Blog: Ugh
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It's fine.

From the crazy people I've seen use their faith as an excuse, I don't blame you. I'm one of those people that believe you're going to be judged based on what you did in your life, not only your faith or lack there of. I believe in His teachings, but I'm willing to question them, and use proper judgement for the parts that don't make much sense.
Blog: Numbers
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I know that, I just said that because I'm agreeing with you. It's a saying.
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The U.S....and there used to be a time when I could say that with pride, and not immediately think of something about this country that brings me SHAME. That said, I'm happy I live where I do, (Crawfordsville, Arkansas) and am still believe in the good in this country. Call me optimistic. =) But that aside, what was the typo, and how was it funny?

Then what does? I'm mostly open to new ideas.

But don't Agnostics NOT believe in The Almighty?

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1. You realize are hurting your fans, right? Some of which that have been following you since the first Mardek? Some that see how talented you are at crafting games, (the Story, the Art, the Music...so well done. I'll admit I'm kind of jealous of the level of skill you have, dude. =) ) care about you when it's obvious you're in pain, but you don't want advice, so they don't? (People like me?)

2. I want to post this, and I know it's about game reviews, and scores, but it is still appropriate: "Read The Words "

By Jim Sterling

Reviews have scores, unless they don't; or they will use grades...unless they won't. They tend to summarize their points, they write the words...and join the joints.

But one thing they all tend to share...is that they're written with due care, to talk about the ins and outs, to guard against misguided shouts. So when you reduce all those words to just one sentence you want heard, you tend to quite misrepresent what the writer truly meant.

See, reviews are more than just their score, or the one phrase made you sore. I know it's easy to boil it down...into a sentence and do a frown. But chances are, if all you've seen...is a some words splashed upon a meme, your anger's going to be misaimed, because the writer has been framed.

Before you raise some immature link, before you raise a silly stink, try maybe reading all the text. Join each sentence to the next. You'll be surprised at what you find, when seeing the writer's state of mind.

Context, friend, is everything...it often takes away the sting. I know that reading takes up time, but you'll be smart, and that's no crime. Rather than scream and shout at scores, just read it all, put down your clause. Reviews take time to write in full, so when mere sentences you pull to make the words worse than they are, you make indigents go too far. If you've seen a sentence of critique...the context is what you should seek. I promise, it improves your life, and reduces conflict and strife. And if you want to carry on full stream, just pulling quotes and making memes, please keep it on your message board. Because I, for one, (stare at listener with bored look) am truly bored.

3. What's your opinion of ArcadePreHacks.com?
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I was raised Baptist, and much like you, I suffered from a time of disillusionment. But I have (after thinking on it for a while, and a few Google/Blip searches for the terms) discovered what (Or at least THINK I have) Faith I am. A Christian Theist. I think Theist means that you believe in something, but you question it. And these days, I can joke about these topics a little more than I did before. (Granted, I did before, but regardless.) I kind of see it like this: You've heard the saying, "You're not really a fan of something unless can make fun of it"? I feel that way about my faith sometimes as well, and my thoughts on some of the arguments against or for things soapbox morons like Glenn Beck or Fox News are against, like Gay marriage, are different. I believe you're going to go to Heaven not for just being a Christian, but for what you've done in life; if you were a good person, and that you're not bound to your fate simply for what you are. YOU have some control in your life. Exorcise it.
Blog: Numbers
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Welcome to my world,dear. I want to help Pseudo through his bout of depression and anxiety as well, but since he doesn't want advice, (Please forgive me for saying so, but when someone needs help, shouldn't they ASK; as opposed to obviously show they're in pain, but badmouth anyone that DARES try and help him? ) I won;t. But it still hurts to watch such a talented individual get eaten up inside. Especially since He can't learn to take criticism or differentiate Constructive criticism and being rude.
Blog: Ugh
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I want to post this, and I know it's about game reviews, and scores, but it is still appropriate: "Read The Words "

By Jim Sterling

Reviews have scores, unless they don't; or they will use grades...unless they won't. They tend to summarize their points, they write the words...and join the joints.

But one thing they all tend to share...is that they're written with due care, to talk about the ins and outs, to guard against misguided shouts. So when you reduce all those words to just one sentence you want heard, you tend to quite misrepresent what the writer truly meant.

See, reviews are more than just their score, or the one phrase made you sore. I know it's easy to boil it down...into a sentence and do a frown. But chances are, if all you've seen...is a some words splashed upon a meme, your anger's going to be misaimed, because the writer has been framed.

Before you raise some immature link, before you raise a silly stink, try maybe reading all the text. Join each sentence to the next. You'll be surprised at what you find, when seeing the writer's state of mind.

Context, friend, is everything...it often takes away the sting. I know that reading takes up time, but you'll be smart, and that's no crime. Rather than scream and shout at scores, just read it all, put down your clause. Reviews take time to write in full, so when mere sentences you pull to make the words worse than they are, you make indigents go too far. If you've seen a sentence of critique...the context is what you should seek. I promise, it improves your life, and reduces conflict and strife. And if you want to carry on full stream, just pulling quotes and making memes, please keep it on your message board. Because I, for one, (stare at listener with bored look) am truly bored.
Blog: Ugh
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Glad to know I'm not the only one. I want answers as well.