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A petition asking for all copies of Skyrim to be destroyed?

CacaphonyCacaphony Tacoma, WAPosts: 738Member

So, while browsing my bookmarked sites, I came across an article at eurogamer.com, which brings to light a petition asking Obama to destroy any and all copies of Skyrim and prosecute anyone caught playing it. While I have personally poured 90 hours and counting into this game, I can't really see why anyone would make this movement against a game like Skyrim. Anyway, go to the article, have your LOL's, and note the 13 signatures on the petition thus far. :P

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2011-11-25-man-petitions-obama-to-destroy-all-copies-of-skyrim

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  • tyrannistyrannis Norcross, GAPosts: 198Member

    Originally posted by Cacaphony

    So, while browsing my bookmarked sites, I came across an article at eurogamer.com, which brings to light a petition asking Obama to destroy any and all copies of Skyrim and prosecute anyone caught playing it. While I have personally poured 90 hours and counting into this game, I can't really see why anyone would make this movement a game like Skyrim. Anyway, go to the article, have your LOL's, and note the 13 signatures on the petition thus far. :P

     

    http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2011-11-25-man-petitions-obama-to-destroy-all-copies-of-skyrim

    - 5 for speading the usless.

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  • CacaphonyCacaphony Tacoma, WAPosts: 738Member


    Originally posted by tyrannis


    Originally posted by Cacaphony
    So, while browsing my bookmarked sites, I came across an article at eurogamer.com, which brings to light a petition asking Obama to destroy any and all copies of Skyrim and prosecute anyone caught playing it. While I have personally poured 90 hours and counting into this game, I can't really see why anyone would make this movement a game like Skyrim. Anyway, go to the article, have your LOL's, and note the 13 signatures on the petition thus far. :P
     
    http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2011-11-25-man-petitions-obama-to-destroy-all-copies-of-skyrim

    - 5 for speading the usless.

    So sorry man. :P Thought maybe some could get a good laugh from it. Oh well.

  • PortizPortiz Sumter, SCPosts: 62Member

    We, the American people, today ask you,



    1. To enact an immediate ban on the videogame known as 'SkyRim' produced by Blizzard Entertainment.


    2. To seize and destroy all copies already in public hands and erase its presence on the internet.


    3. To prosecute the players of 'SkyRim' to the fullest extent of the law.


    4. To create a national database of videogame avatars and 'screen names' so that teenagers can be better monitored."


     


    Yep Blizzard created Skyrim


     


     


     

  • mgilbrtsnmgilbrtsn belleville, ILPosts: 1,710Member Uncommon

    Lol, U can't expect better.  It just goes to show you that our lives are just a little bit too easy.  If people had more to think about, they wouldn't have time with such foolishness.

     

    (I know that playing video games is a sure sign of too simple lifestyle, but with crap like that, its too too easy :)

    Concentrate on enjoying yourself, and not on why I shouldn't enjoy myself.

  • Wharg0ulWharg0ul Colorado Springs, COPosts: 4,183Member

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  • EndDreamEndDream orange county, CAPosts: 1,152Member

    It's probably just a troll who made it.

    Remember Old School Ultima Online

  • plescureplescure leicesterPosts: 370Member Uncommon

    Originally posted by Thendil

    We, the American people, today ask you,



    1. To enact an immediate ban on the videogame known as 'SkyRim' produced by Blizzard Entertainment.


    2. To seize and destroy all copies already in public hands and erase its presence on the internet.


    3. To prosecute the players of 'SkyRim' to the fullest extent of the law.


    4. To create a national database of videogame avatars and 'screen names' so that teenagers can be better monitored."


     


    Yep Blizzard created Skyrim


     


     


     

    lol. do you think they just got confused because its got the word "rim" in its title? Perhaps they though it was game about skydiving arse lickers or something like!

    If someone is talking in general chat in a language you dont understand, chances are they're not talking to you. So chill out and stop bitching about it!

  • Seige105Seige105 Hot Springs, ARPosts: 13Member Uncommon

    Originally posted by tyrannis

    Originally posted by Cacaphony

    So, while browsing my bookmarked sites, I came across an article at eurogamer.com, which brings to light a petition asking Obama to destroy any and all copies of Skyrim and prosecute anyone caught playing it. While I have personally poured 90 hours and counting into this game, I can't really see why anyone would make this movement a game like Skyrim. Anyway, go to the article, have your LOL's, and note the 13 signatures on the petition thus far. :P

     

    http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2011-11-25-man-petitions-obama-to-destroy-all-copies-of-skyrim

    - 5 for speading the usless.

    -5 for speading on the forums.

    Spell check is pro when u post a negative comment .

     

  • SlothnChunkSlothnChunk Kansas City, MOPosts: 460Member Uncommon

    Originally posted by Cacaphony

     




    Originally posted by tyrannis





    Originally posted by Cacaphony

    So, while browsing my bookmarked sites, I came across an article at eurogamer.com, which brings to light a petition asking Obama to destroy any and all copies of Skyrim and prosecute anyone caught playing it. While I have personally poured 90 hours and counting into this game, I can't really see why anyone would make this movement a game like Skyrim. Anyway, go to the article, have your LOL's, and note the 13 signatures on the petition thus far. :P

     

    http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2011-11-25-man-petitions-obama-to-destroy-all-copies-of-skyrim






    - 5 for speading the usless.



     

    So sorry man. :P Thought maybe some could get a good laugh from it. Oh well.

    I don't find that very funny because it sounds like something Obama might actually try and then tell us how wonderful things are.

  • mgilbrtsnmgilbrtsn belleville, ILPosts: 1,710Member Uncommon

    It is funny.  Although everyone who actually went to the link gets a -5.  Only the OP who found the link should have subjected himself to this danger in order to get the laugh to us.

    Concentrate on enjoying yourself, and not on why I shouldn't enjoy myself.

  • rojoArcueidrojoArcueid hell, NJPosts: 6,778Member Uncommon

    who is more doped the guy or the petition? lol man better stop mixxing pills and videogames...

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  • CacaphonyCacaphony Tacoma, WAPosts: 738Member

    Talos guide us all.

  • GolelornGolelorn Hiding From Social Media Peeping Toms, ALPosts: 1,099Member Uncommon

    Irony:

    They claim to stand for the foundations of which this nation was built. but they want people to be monitored. These people need to be locked up for the America's safety.

    I'm guessing there is some man love in Skyrim that has them so upset?

     

    "Whereas sexual perversion and homosexuality are threatening to destroy the Christian foundations on which this nation was built,

    "Whereas a new video game has just been created that far exceeds any others in the psychological and spiritual damage it does to teens,

    "We, the American people, today ask you,



    1. To enact an immediate ban on the videogame known as 'SkyRim' produced by Blizzard Entertainment.


    2. To seize and destroy all copies already in public hands and erase its presence on the internet.


    3. To prosecute the players of 'SkyRim' to the fullest extent of the law.


    4. To create a national database of videogame avatars and 'screen names' so that teenagers can be better monitored."

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