yogibbear wrote:No idea why you bring up all the other points you do.
Yah, I kinda lost the plot in there somewhere.(｡ >艸<) The points are valid though, however unrelated.yogibbear wrote:Unsure how this links at all with what games are suitable for a 7 year old.
That's some pretty nice sniping you're also doing! I didn't miss her age at all; rather, I disregard concerns about her age as I don't think they are relevant. You would know that if you had actually read my posts.（￣～￣;）yogibbear wrote:@auxy, you still missed the part about this being a 7 year old. Glad you are well practiced at your quote/reply sniping to make the point you want to make rather than respond directly to someone's overall comment/response/discussion.
You totally missed my point. I'll address it in the new thread when I get off work.yogibbear wrote:And I choose to ignore responding to them even though I disagree with your implications on gaming based on your point of view about "women in society having to look pretty" etc. It's not like I can as a man turn up to work looking like a POS and expect respect from people or snare my successful partner of choice. Not sure what workplace/relationships you've been in, but that simply isn't so.
That's where you missed the point of the thread.auxy wrote: I disregard concerns about her age as I don't think they are relevant.
All together now...tfp wrote:I'd put Simcity into the list. Hopefully Simcity 5 which is out next week will be a good game.
just brew it! wrote:Ouch, my eyes!
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