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Carson Collins wrote:WTF is an MMORPG?
I mean, excuse me, what do those letters stand for?
Massively Multiplayer online roll playing game
Where thousands of people meet in believable realistic futuristic, fantasy or action worlds online and battle it out There is too a good side to playing MMORPGs, you can meet people online and chat, make friends and have fun along the way, just keep in mind how long you spend online..
Kids should not be allowed to play World of Warcraft, it becomes too adictive for them, they become hooked far too easily and play for hours upon hours, until real life, doesn't seem to have the answers for them anymore, does not appeal to them.
They also don't realise that after a time they become actually mentally dysfunctional and damaged. Whenever they are interrupted from their make believe other world, they retaliate with anger and frustration, much like serious withdrawal symptoms from drug use..
MUCH LIKE THIS KID!!
His mother cancelled his World of Warcraft account because he was spending all day on it...
Carson Collins wrote:Ever seen a junkie go cold turkey in a 50-degree-F jail cell? I have. It looks exactly the same. Sorry, dude. NOT FUNNY.
I know Carson, its a serious problem, poor kids don't know whats actually happening to them. Games are becoming too addictive and when things like this happen they need help. There was a psychiatrist who set up business to help kids and adults addicted to these games. Just highlighting the more serious side to what at first appears just a game.
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