Gamer-on-gamer hate runs strong, online and offline. It seems rare that one can express his/her opinion without garnering jeers, sarcasm, or even outright name-calling and other insults. Game Revolution's Heath Hindman begins: "You know what I've noticed about myself that doesn't seem to be true of a lot of gamers? I respect your opinions and don't think your lifestyle is inferior to mine. Yeah. This seems like common courtesy, but much in the way that 'common sense' is the least common of all senses, 'common courtesy' is also a rare drop -- the legendary treasure of gifts from gamers."