Girlgeek and others: I couldn't let it go. Look at the compy generated Yahoo response following....hahahahaha:
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Original Message Follows:
Subject: Letter to the editor
Type your feedback here: http://www.cnn.com/2004/TECH/fun.games/0
Duh! http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/4235270 http://www.gamespot.com/all/news/news_60
Your editor isn't doing basic research.
What's Yahoo's problem/policy that such
would be allowed???
There was a list of sites for "over 40
Do your homework or don't post your
editorial! It's not good practice to
mislead nor program gamers to fit a
Geesh. What happened to researching on
Does this person have a degree in
journalism or a degree in guessing and
While Viewing: http://gamesdomain.yahoo.com/editors_note
Yahoo ID: unknown : no amt link
Browser: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1)
Date Originated: Saturday February 21, 2004 - 01:05:23
I deleted my email addy from this letter. That's all the editing I did.
I find that at times I feel like replying to such articles and info that I find online....and other times I just don't have the energy!
Kind of an energy level thing. Who's ever got the energy at the time responds to such things....
[Off topic: While teaching I once stopped about 100 kids in their tracks from rioting with my voice and what I said. The other teachers dropped their jaws. It's who has the energy at the time. We all learned that important lesson that day. Other times, it's another teacher who'd respond and take control. I stopped two girls on the floor fighting while a male substitute stood in wonder trying to figure out how to stop them. Again with my voice! Other teachers would stop fights and I'd just stand there...too tired to work up the needed adrenalin!]
Yahoo editor is under educated
and probably under THIRTY-FIVE. S/he is "agist"