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DriveClub Director Col Rodgers explains why he left Evolution Studios

Drive Club director who left Evolution Studios explains the reason for it and blasts insider Famous Mortimer.

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PoSTedUP3771d ago

man, hope your son gets better, he'll be in our prayers, Col.

Yui_Suzumiya3771d ago

Who the hell is disagreeing with wanting someone's kid to get better?! Holy bajesus!

FunAndGun3771d ago

a little off topic....

I just saw a news story of someone who glued razor blades to kids playground equipment. There are definitely some #u(K3R5 out there in the world.

anyway, hope things go well for his child.

-EvoAnubis-3771d ago

*chuckles* Welcome to N4G.

Angeljuice3771d ago Show
PoSTedUP3771d ago (Edited 3771d ago )

clearly half of my comment doesnt partain to non-religous people. what a way to turn this off topic, be offensive, and into a religious debate, ****** bag. saying WE are praying for someone, especially in this case, shouldnt be offensive to anyone, unless you are just trying to start some **** in a post about a kid who was diagnosed with a disease. which is clearly what it looks like. if something bad happened, and people around you started praying and saying [something] will be in our prayers, would you too then diss religion to them and tell them you are offended in this awful moment? bc that is exactly what you are doing now. it seems like your brain is severely underdeveloped tbh. no one is talking religon to you or about you or non-religious people, theres no need to disrespect ppl and start a religious debate, there is no need for it. especially when i am minding my own business.

Edsword3771d ago (Edited 3771d ago )

It's the non-religious atheist crowd upset about the content of the poster's prayers. I'm not saying all atheist are that way, but a lot of them can't stand even the notion that someone prays to a higher being.

Anyway, the important thing here is that we all feel for this guy and his son. If you pray, then pray. If you don't, then do whatever you do, but please don't get upset that others do.

Angeljuice3771d ago (Edited 3771d ago )

@PostedUp
I was responding to solidgear3's question " Who the hell is disagreeing with wanting someone's kid to get better?" I was simply saying that perhaps people were disagreeing with the 'prayer' part of the statement, not the kid getting better sentiment.

Im sorry if you find that difficult to understand.

When my mother died, people said they would pray for me, I told them not to as it was offensive and pointless and only served to make THEM feel better because they feel like they're doing something positive to help, when in reality it is no help at all.

If you believe in the power of prayer, pray by all means, but don't announce it first, like it's something great and wonderful you are doing.

Im not trying to start an argument or derail the thread. Did you miss the part where I said;

" I wish him and his family all the best and hope some kind of cure/treatment can be found. If there was anything I could do to ease his families suffering I would." -That is meant from the heart.

You are the one who brought religion into the matter when suggesting prayer as some sort of answer (unless of course you were only saying it because it is the cliche'd thing to say, in which case it's offensive because it's just hollow words).

Once again I apologise if you were upset by my words, I was very touched by this tragic story and was trying to explain to SolidGear3 that those disagrees don't necessarily mean that people don't care.

PoSTedUP3771d ago (Edited 3771d ago )

praying coincides with hope, and hope generally doesnt "help" either. there is nothing any of us can do to help by just commenting. but sharing sympathy makes people feel better, too (chemically in the brain) so it is contradictory (and completely wrong) when you say that people only pray to make Them feel better. the whole point in praying, going by beliefs, is to make OTHERS feel better, and that is there belief. so you are then being cynical of others by thinking otherwise, which in turn, results into only assuming what others intentions are, without knowing the truth. just realize that you comment was off topic and that you brought your own thoughts about religion by offending it, Not "just answering his questions". hoping and praying are only positive things; fueling a religious debate especially where is it completely uncalled for, is negitive, which you still insist on doing and continue to offend. when i, infact, have refused to rebuttal something completely off topic to this thread. so you can continue to be offensive while claiming you are offeded by something that has absolutely nothing to do with you or your beliefs, doesnt matter to me. just understand that you started this and seems like you failed at getting me to respond to your offense on religion (which by you continuing to do, proves that that is why you posted here in the first place).

Angeljuice3770d ago (Edited 3770d ago )

@Posted

I clicked agree on your original comment, I was explaining why others may not have.

I have no problem with people praying, just those that announce the fact that they're going to do so.

I appologise once again, I did go over the top with my initial comment, and I admit that. Im not trying to start an argument, I have strong views that sometimes bubble over at inappropriate moments, this was one of those moments.

You have attacked me far more vehemently than I have you, yet I am apologising whilst you get more vicious and personal, so much for "turn the other cheek" (I guess that as an agnostic I still make a better Christian).

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SniperControl3771d ago

Well said post.

Get better kiddo, the good guys on N4G are routing for you.

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