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    (Original post by O Maestro)
    ^^

    I agree with Vin

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    (Original post by JWH)
    I like reading quiet a bit i never read anything intellectual :sad: and most of my intelligence has been destroyed over the years by video games and me doing rather stupid things for a laugh.

    So i shall also agree with Vin :grin: ........for a change
    How can video games destroy your intelligence..... TRAITOR :backstab:
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    How can video games destroy your intelligence..... TRAITOR :backstab:
    depends on the game, something where your constantly pointing and clicking without any thought can do it, but a good strategy game will improve it :yes:
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    How can video games destroy your intelligence..... TRAITOR :backstab:
    by erasing all thought from my mind that isn't involved in playing the game

    nasty :bawling:
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    (Original post by vin)
    depends on the game, something where your constantly pointing and clicking without any thought can do it, but a good strategy game will improve it :yes:
    I don't play strategy games :indiff: I mostly play rpg's that most of the time involve hours of mindless playing so that you can level up your characters a bit.
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    (Original post by JWH)
    I don't play strategy games :indiff: I mostly play rpg's that most of the time involve hours of mindless playing so that you can level up your characters a bit.
    POKEMON :woo: :woo: :woo:

    Gotta catch em all
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    (Original post by vin)
    depends on the game, something where your constantly pointing and clicking without any thought can do it, but a good strategy game will improve it :yes:
    I get where you're coming from. Tactical RPGs are also good, but of course it depends on their difficulty. Final Fantasy isn't often that mind-stretching.
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    (Original post by Chipie)
    POKEMON :woo: :woo: :woo:

    Gotta catch em all
    :rofl:

    It's been ages since I last played a pokemon game though they do destroy a decent amount of thought at times.
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    that was the easiest comparison I could think of
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    lol i'm off :ciao:
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    Hmmm a cold strongbow can is very effective at numbing the pain from a tooth ache though i have to keep swapping them now and then
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    How can video games destroy your intelligence..... TRAITOR :backstab:
    Apparently Video games actually somewhat increase your inteligence (not too sure about this one) , your reflexes and your manual dexterity :p:
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    (Original post by vin)
    you must have been a boring thing:console:
    :dry: I was actually quite a sociable creature when I was younger - mainly because I was involved in so many after school activities.....ballet, irish dancing, drama, choir, orchestra, sliver band.....this hermit-like behaviour of mine is a fairly recent development :s:

    But I was also a major bookworm....I think I worked my way through the majority of my local library's Nancy Drew & Point books one summer :mmm:
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    (Original post by caraniel)
    :dry: I was actually quite a sociable creature when I was younger - mainly because I was involved in so many after school activities.....ballet, irish dancing, drama, choir, orchestra, sliver band.....this hermit-like behaviour of mine is a fairly recent development :s:

    But I was also a major bookworm....I think I worked my way through the majority of my local library's Nancy Drew & Point books one summer :mmm:
    irish dancing :giggle: I have an interesting mental image of you drunkenly doing river dance :mmm:
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    I hated Irish dancing - it was nothing like Riverdance (although that hadnt even come out when I was taking lessons :erm:) and the posture and arm positions were completely conflicting with what I had learned in ballet (which I started at the age of 4).....plus the teacher was an evil ***** :mad:
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    Only thing i did in primary was netball and choir xD
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    I think my mother liked having me out of the house :giggle: She let me sign up for anything and everything......I was a curious child, I wanted to try everything regardless of whether I had any talent for it or not :ahee:.......except sports. I hated sports.....still do :laugh:
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    die sports die.
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    I don't mind sports other than football i hate football seeing as every time i play the ball has a magnetic attraction to my face. Though my fav sport is snooker :grin:. I was part of my schools Jazz band for a bit and I have done a few other things.
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    (Original post by Chipie)
    die sports die.
    Agreed, I disliked any sporting activity during school, preferring to sit in the corner with a book. :tongue:

    During school, the only extracurricular activity I partook in was playing the piano. I would play everyday. Eventually, I would represent my school, along with a team, in annual music competitions across Japan. Each year, we would do surprisingly well, with one year (2002), where I managed to get to the semi-final. Too bad that weird looking girl was deemed better. :sad:
 
 
 
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