+1Asteriktos said:I've been playing Skyrim again lately and having a ton of fun. And I can't wait for Dragon Age: Inquisition this Fall.
Anyway, like most entertainment you just have to keep some degree of balance IMO. If it is causing you to swear at random or want to assault people or neglect important things in life, then yeah, those are problems. Otherwise it seems like more of a judgment call.
I think its easy to excuse the spending of time on internet forums in a culture devoted to so many awful and expensive pastimes...Hinterlander said:
I saw that come up on Facebook today too, but the "progressive" hipster types in my theology department were denouncing it saying that technology is somehow an "integral" part of human nature.LizaSymonenko said:How funny....this just popped up on Facebook.
It's a short clip about being preoccupied with our electronic devices.
I am no fan of mosquitoes, but I will take them any day over skunks, coyotes, and bears, all of which I've had to deal with while "purposelessly walking".LizaSymonenko said:The only problem with purposeless walking are the mosquitoes.
but what if the Orthodox Lady has naturally curly hair? Surely that counts for something...DeniseDenise said:However, listen to your priest on this, rather than the possibly dubiously qualified 'some Orthodox Lady'
Traditionally, I'd be concerned about this. However, they've been moving to a unified game portfolio where xbox and pc share titles. Long run, I think all xbox and pc will share them. Bethesda has been a mess recently anyway, so we'll see what happens. I don't have any game platform, except an old wii, but maybe microsoft can publish quality games from them.Microsoft just bought Bethesda