Playing from another perspective
In MCV I am with the news that Janice Turner, a columnista of the Times, has written an extensive one and ÔÇťabominableÔÇŁ art├âculo about the time that the ni├â┬▒os in front of the console pass of videojuegos. I do not doubt in m├âs m├â┬Čnimo that Janice is of the type of mothers who consider ÔÇťnext-geneÔÇŁ, of that borrow some caracter├âsitcas geeks at the time of worrying about their children, but who lamentably remain in the days of inquisici├â ┬│ n by commentaries so est├â┬║pidos as ├â┬ęste:
ÔÇťPortable I refuse to buy them gaming consoles, Xboxes, GameCubes, PS2s. These plows Satan' s Sudoku, crack cocaine of the brain. Even the crappiest cartoon or lamest soap teaches to child about to character, plot, drama, humor, life. Playing videogames, children plows mentally imprisoned, wired into to their evil creators' brains.ÔÇŁ
To read this has made me reflect in ├éCu├ântas people who surround to us think in this way? of less in my case I take to 20 a├â┬▒os listening commentaries of the type. In short, so far I am going to drug itself and to bocetar of qu├â┬ę way I can induce to the ni├â┬▒os to live in my twisted full mind on pr0n, oreo and p2p.
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