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Submitted by cl1983 376d ago | videocast

The Positive Power of the Gaming Community - Casual Friday

In the wake of Brandon Boyer's cancer diagnosis, Nika Harper joins Casual Friday this week to discuss the collective power of the gaming community, and how that power can occasionally be used for good. (Culture)

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WeAreLegion  +   375d ago
Being on the internet so much has taught me two things.

1) Some people are pure evil.

2) Most people are good and love helping whenever they can.

Just look at Fred Phelps. The man created a denomination that protests military funerals and openly hates massive groups of people. Yet, upon hearing of his oncoming death, everyone treats the situation with class. They're either reaching out to his friends and family with support or praying for him.

The internet magnifies everything, good or bad.
memots  +   375d ago
Unfortunately we see more Evil/bad then good/decent, and not just on the internet... Just sit and watch Tv for a bit.

Its a society phenomenon where heart warming is considered lame, Quick change the channel i want to see that car crash or the next Start story going to rehab.

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