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Vice City is the most reprehensibly violent, socially irresponsible game I've ever seen. I really think such games, which glorify violence against innocents and champion crime, greed, and all the evils of urban devolution, should not exist.

But damn if it isn't a great and fun game. Makes me wish I had a PS2 instead of an Xbox.

Honestly, I hope that they somehow keep this game out of the hands of impressionable youngsters, but I don't think I'll be able to stop playing it.

Oh well.
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A few of you know that I'm planning to rebuild Netalive.org from scratch in a few weeks. Don't panic, this isn't going to turn out as drastic as it sounds.

The idea is that a lot of things have been added to this site in the past years and now it is time to reflect on what has worked, and what hasn't. Everything you like over here will still be waiting for you after the Great Rebuild, plus some new stuff you will certainly get to love.

Additionally I would like to open this (...)

We live in a protected world. Shielded away from all the weirdness on this planet, we live a sheltered life in normality, where everything can be explained by a reasonable set of comprehensible rules.

But, silently, they are walking among us. People with a mindset so alien to us that we could never grasp the reasoning behind their actions. People so strange in their nature, that a direct exposure to their queer presence would all but undo our faith in an ordered world.

This is why we (...)

Imagine you and your 9th grade class mates are sent to a deserted island. Each of you are given a random weapon. You have two days to kill everyone else. The last man standing survives the game. If there is no winner after two days, everyone dies.

Each student must wear an explosive collar. Every few hours, survivors are given a new list of zones that will become "forbidden zones" after a few hours. Entering a forbidden zone, or being in a zone when it becomes forbidden, will make (...)

The evolution of cooperation?
(based primarily on three articles by Douglas R. Hofstadter that originally appeared in Scientific American)

Situation

You and a fellow suspect have been arrested and are now seperately interrogated. The police don't have sufficent proof. If you both keep quiet, you'll get 6 months each for a minor charge. If only one of you confesses he'll go free, the other will get 10 years. Confess both and you'll get 5 years each.

Consider this: You (...)

Today I tool my very first flight lesson. Let me say, I now know what I want to do with my life! The experience was beyond description, but I'll try. It was a feeling of pure freedom mixed with a touch of terror at the fact that I really didn't know what I was doing and I was 2,000 feet above the Earth. I have a new addiction, and I think it's a good one.


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