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Trackback from: blogmemes.net [Visitor]
Is being a gamer a sign of immaturity?
Is being a gamer a sign of immaturity?
04/11/06 @ 12:34
Comment from: Mike [Visitor] · http://mikeabundo.com
That's a funny story, considering ESA says the average gamer is thirty.
04/13/06 @ 14:31
Philippines Needs Gaming Market Education
JC Cuneta posts some great stuff on the need for gaming market education in the Philippines, both among Hillary Clinton-wannabe congressmen and scoffing grunt Luddites. Check it out.

Hey, Dondi, this is the same thing you said about the Philippine I...
04/13/06 @ 15:59
Comment from: kimi [Visitor] · http://neofiasco13.blogspot.com
being a gamer is not a sign of immaturity... i guess our elders just don't get us co'z they don't understand what we are doing... i guess they seem to judge us as immature individuals co'z they don't have any idea what games are, the sad part is that most of them are really close-minded; they don't even try to get in touch about the idea of gaming, but there are some parents who are open0minded to the idea of gaming and enjoyed gaming, like my mom, she got influenced of playing games coz of me and my bro... i know a lot of people who think that gamers, even anime otakus are immature... i don't care of their comments as long as i'm happy and enjoying what i'm doing... n_n
04/16/06 @ 15:34
Comment from: Mike [Visitor] · http://mikeabundo.com
@kimi: Otaku, immature? Marketing guru Seth Godin hails otaku as market vanguards!
04/16/06 @ 16:54
Trackback from: Smarking [Visitor]
Snow World - Is being a gamer a sign of immaturity?
Someone at Smarking has bookmarked your post.
04/28/06 @ 11:37
Trackback from: SpyMy.com [Visitor]
Is being a gamer a sign of immaturity?
Gamers, Gaming and Anime Otakus (anime enthusiasts) are being misunderstood by thousands of parents in third-world countries like the Philippines.
06/30/06 @ 10:49
Is being a gamer a sign of immaturity?
Gamers, Gaming and Anime Otakus (anime enthusiasts) are being misunderstood by thousands of parents in third-world countries like the Philippines.
06/30/06 @ 10:49
Comment from: aaron [Visitor] · http://www.aaronroselo.net/blog
you can partly blame it for stereotyping.
06/30/06 @ 13:14
Comment from: JC John Sese Cuneta [Member] · http://laibcoms.asia
true. they easily or carelessly stereotype people and usually we also mistake it as being conservative when the two are actually not that linked (ie conservativeness and stereotyping).

nice insight! thanks!!
06/30/06 @ 14:48
Trackback from: Game Addiction [Visitor]
Stephen King on Violence and Politicians
Here's one of the icons in the movie industry - Stephen King. We all know him and if you don't then I guess you are not watching movies at all. So here, Stephen King gives his opinion about politicians trying to put restrictions on the so-called "vio...
04/08/08 @ 12:30
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