Kotaku - In the middle of a dated metaphor about cavemen killing dinosaurs to make ends meet Joe Scarborough, host of MSNBC's Morning Joe, called men in their twenties weak, unmarriable gamers.
Oh boy, I'm 22. Looks like I'll just never get married lol. What a fail this dude is.
Goddamn man you're really old. When I was your age, I had four wives and my very own business along with two condos and one farm. And right now, I'm 23 and I'm the owner of five different hotels around the world. You need to get your life together dude. /s
Damn, dude you're 23 and you only accomplished that much? You need to get your act straight. You should be running a country by now.
Get back to me when you've tamed a bear for bareback riding. Or should I say...bear back riding.
I meant to become royalty by now, I've just been slacking off is all...
Pfft im 19 and i pay Richard Branson to look after all my money and my businesses.
What did anyone expect? MSNBC is the most hypocritical and judgemental group of know it alls on TV. There is a reason why they are the worst rated news network. When you have idiots like this along with Rachel Madcow you are going to get narrowminded morons with perceptions the size of a supermodels dinner.
its true in most cases. just look at all the baby mommas who dont know where the baby daddy is or has mutliple baby daddies before the age of 26 or vise versa. you can already see how weak most of them are that they give up there consumers rights to get a xbox one when the same man from the past generations would fight for more rights. when someone says i dont care what they do to me or my fellow friends i just want the game, or money, or whateverr it is they are weak.
@twistedmetal You would link syria to xbox.... You are bitter, get run over by an xbox? You embarrass even sony fanboys..
i am the one who trained Chuck Norris....
On one hand, its unfortunate that despite the age of the average gamer being 34, and that over 61% of the population games, gaming itself still has this negative stigma about it. It's a bit silly and backwater. On the other hand, you're right, **** this guy. Pundits are the worst and the world would be better off without them.
sigh... slow news day, Kotaku?
When isn't it? Even with XB1's reveal there's still troll bait to wade through. =/
Is it me, or do morning news anchors have a higher rate of stupid words/overall words ratio than any other time slot anchors? It's almost as if they assume we're still half-asleep and would believe anything they say.
Wonder how many divorces this man has gone through.
Once according to Wikipedia. He's now remarried. So guess he's not unmarriable...whatever that means.
Witless right-wing dipshit says something unbelievably stupid, with no basis in reality. I fail to see how this is news.
MSNBC is known for being a left wing news channel though.
Joe Scarborough is an old school Republican though
It's a "news" channel of the corporate Democrats, which is very different than anything that could reasonably be considered "left wing." All of the 3 major corporate news stations are pretty wretched. As for Scarborough, he's a far right dipshit as described above. He was a Republican member of the House of Representatives. He had a 95% rating from the American Conservative Union. If a right wing law came through, he voted for it.
First off msnbc is known for leaning more towards the left than the right. And second, why on earth does this twat of a news host, make you assume he's "right-winged"? People like you who assume peoples political preference based on zero evidence make me sick. And you give other left sided people a bad name.
Zero evidence? Other than the fact I know him to be "Joe Scarborough", ex Republican representative of the 1st district of Florida. A man well known for his right leaning politics. But yeah. Stick with that no evidence angle. It doesn't make you look stupid at all.
Joe Scarborough is a republican. He is MSNBC's fair and balanced effort. He's one of the closer to decent ones, but still a republican. Part of the reason he is no longer in office. Not the most popular guy in the party and is often critical of fellow party members. If you watch US politics he is well know. He appears on Real Time with Bill Maher a bit and also appeared on Maher's old ABC show. http://en.wikipedia.org/wik...
You have no idea what you're talking about. You clearly don't know who Joe Scarborough is. He's VERY conservative. Easily more conservative than average for a Republican, let alone compared to the general population.
Are you clueless? Check it, this show is on MSLSD, errr, I mean MSNBC. A Leftwing media outlet.
*sigh* It appears I have a fair few more clues than you do. I refer you to my above post.
@Catoplepas I continually flip between MSNBC and FOX; yes Joe S is a bit "fairer" and more balanced than his cohost's, and will pose topics and questions considered taboo for the Left...but he is still the face for a Leftist organization. He's partook of the koolaid.
because normal men and woman have done such epic job with the world and society... keep up that great work
They need to focus on non-gamers stealing their 401k and homes. They don't give people much to encourage them to fully participate in the system.
ummm, im 23 and have been going steady with the same woman for 7 years. Married her 3 years ago and couldnt be any happier, and i consider myself a hardcore gamer. So yeah this article is BS to me XD
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