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Submitted by ITFGaming 936d ago | opinion piece

Don't judge a geek by their cover

Darryl Linington from ITF Gaming writes: Over the past year I have noticed an increasing trend… this trend seems to be one that we are all familiar with, but think of as just the norm of everyday life, it is the trend of being labelled as a geek, nerd or general wimp just for the fact that you play video games, review video games or spend an evening in front of your PC destroying demons and casting spells in order to the save some land that no one knows of. (Culture)

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