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[21 Oct 2002|08:47pm]

jerry227
Just curious about something, really. GTA3 is about the most fun I've had playing a video game. It allows you to just go nuts and be an evil bastard...and it's just a video game so no one really get hurt.
Unless...
What if some nutcase with a frail sense of reality starts playing. Get really good at it and finds the sniper rifle. And starts blowing away the people of Liberty City. He discovers he really enjoys it so much maybe he goes and buys or borrows a high-powered rifle of his own. And due to his frail sense of reality he finds it hard to distinguish the animated people in Liberty City versus the flesh and blood souls of Washington DC.
Point to consider...do you think GTA3 might be contributing to this wackos inability to discern right from wrong? Assuming of course this isn't all terrorist related.
It wouldn't surprise me if it were true.
Keep on writing!
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happy autumn! [23 Sep 2002|03:56pm]

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[ mood | cold ]

i just took a religious and political ideaology test online (selectsmart.com) and found out i am a liberal (duh) and a neo-pagan. thrilling. i love nature and being open-minded.
so, in hopes that this may spark a discussion, of some sorts, what kinds of basic beliefs to you have about the world and the way it works? i know thats a big huge open-ended question, so pick something, anything you believe in, and let's talk.

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to get things started... [13 Sep 2002|08:50pm]

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[ mood | anxious ]

so, as a constituent, to what level would you prefer your legislators to involve morality in their legal decisions?

as an example, i tend to support moral decisions, because i think they are the soundest, but my legislators may disagree with me on the morality of abortion. where is the balance in such a situation between morality, and decisions that separate church and state?

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