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Ya, it is. But there's a shit ton of games you can play on the app. Also, your first 2 weeks or something is a free trial so you could beat it before having to pay anything. I missed out on the PS3 generation so I got a lot of enjoyment of this app.Asheram said:
I'm a combat vet. I also understand that serving to protect peoples constitutional rights come before my feelings. I absolutely hate seeing the flag burned or nazi's protesting, but I also understand that is that person's right. That's what we served and died for, not a piece of cloth.Horusra said:Nyctelios said:You couldn't stay quiet about it, huh?Horusra said:your example is a fallacy. The fallacy that any protest should be viewed not by the actions taken, but by the supposed purpose behind the protest. Same with flag burning, spitting on soldiers to protest a war, or comparing anyone to a Nazi except actual Nazis.
If you are going to write about fallacies do not use one. Politics, philosophy, and cultural topics are all based on perception, current belief systems, and current political thought. All those things can change on a whim and to think that you can have one set of reasoning that changes from group to group is idiocy. All those topics are about challenging conceptions and accepted dogmas to invalidate them, but the truth is that you can not invalidate then because they are fluid topics. His example is about perception of another's actions. You can not invalidate someone's perceptions of a perceived event. Everyone has different backgrounds and frames of reference. You burn a flag infront of a veteran that saw a buddy die in combat and that vet might not care what you are protesting you are an American hating piece of crap. You can not invalidate that person's belief as a fallacy.
That was actually on PSP first and I loved that game. Good call.ntaos21 said:You can find in Steam probably the best Jrpg series noone has ever played, ===> "Trails in the Sky" trilogy.