Was anyone else reminded of Fallout 3 during the presidential inauguration?

Globe and Mail game columnist Chad Sapieha couldn't help but think of Fallout's 3's version of the National Mall while watching the president take his oath. From the story:

"Barack Obama is terrific. I wish him all the best as America's 44th president, and I think he truly does signify a much-needed era of change for the United States.

Now, at the risk of seeming in bad taste on this most historic of days, and as someone who has never visited the National Mall in person, I have to say that as I took in the images of the country's capitol this morning I couldn't help but think of Fallout 3, Bethesda Softwork's post-apocalyptic role-playing game, parts of which are set exactly where Mr. Obama took his oath..."

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SeanScythe3412d ago

Yeah but that is what we are looking at durring his term.

bomboclaat_gamer3412d ago

anyone who hates obama is just racist. thats my conclusion.

and learn to spell during. i bet ur from the south. homeschooled

Axecution3406d ago (Edited 3406d ago )

That's a pretty stupid conclusion. I like Obama, but still...
And just for the fun of it, I'm gonna go ahead and say that he only spelled one word wrong, where-as you had 5. "Obama" has a capital, "That's" has an apostrophe, "I" needs to be capitalized, "your" needs to be... not spelled "ur", and "home schooled" is 2 words.
Thanks. Oh, and don't start your sentences with "and"...

Grammar Nazi away!

Axecution3406d ago (Edited 3406d ago )

Whoops. Also!

"During" should be in quotations, "And" should be capitalized as you began a sentence with it, "That's" should also be capitalized, and so should "South". There is improper sentence structure in the last line. There should definitely not be a period before "home schooled". You should have extended your sentence, saying maybe "I bet you're from the South, probably even home schooled".
You forgot your period at the end of that line as well... and you spelled "You're" wrong. Practice on your paragraph form as well, and you should be fine.

There we go, i can successfully go to bed now!

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