Mass Effect 3 Brothers and SistersMass Effect 3 Brothers and Sisters1 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Mass effect 3: Brothers in Arms
Mass effect © Bioware
By Danny Buell
Kojak entered the JSF command room where his squad was gathered with Alliance general La Pointe. La Pointe was of French decent and served by Hackett's side. He wore a blue Navy dress uniform with medals and ribbons covering it. He had a scar tracing down his right cheek. His face was hardened and his hair was grey. He was a respectable general, now he is leading this unofficial team of heroes.
In the center on the display table was a hologram of the planet Ontarom, a desert planet controlled by the Alliance.
La Pointe pointed, " Ontarom, a Alliance sate
Intent to Kill - Videogames and Spree KillingAfter mass-shootings, two things happen inevitably.Intent to Kill - Videogames and Spree Killing5 months ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Some right-wing conservative stands up and announces: "It's all cuz of the violent video-games and not enough God in our community!"
And in response, some video-game enthusiast or journalist stands up and announces: "Video-games cannot be blamed for anything, it's utter bullshit".
I, as a gamer, want to be a honest person. I want to stand up and say something heretical. That video-games, as a media, have no mandate on being a special snowflake and NOT influencing people in any way.
If you're not aware of this, but most modern armies utilize war-sims, battle simulators.
And those simulat
Spree Killing: Advent of KulturkampfAfter getting a few requests to write about the "Connecticut shooting" (weird how people deem me an expert on this shit), I decided to do it in a slightly different way. By writing an essay.Spree Killing: Advent of Kulturkampf6 months ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
I have my own theory on the non-politicized mass shootings – let's call it's "TD's Power-Deprivation Unified Mass Murder Theory"
In short, my outlook on the superficially "meaningless" and "sensless" acts of violence against random and often helpless victims is the result of white male power deprivation heralded by the feminized society and legislature, by the emasculation of what it means to be male in the liberal western civilization of our times.