Molten Boron: Kotaku Commenters Prove the Necessity of a Womens Gaming Magazine

Here fucking here!

Molten Boron: Kotaku Commenters Prove the Necessity of a Womens Gaming Magazine

I also find the whole Shutupicrat philosophy that underlies most of the comments fascinating. Until I got onto the internet I had never met somebody who gets actually angry about the fact that some people care about things that he or she doesn’t. It would be sort of interesting to meet some of these people in real life:

IN A GERMAN LANGUAGE CLASS:
“Excuse me, but why in the hell are we learning German? I don’t want to speak German, and I don’t see why anyone else should. Can’t we all just speak English and shut up about stupid foreign languages I don’t care about?”

“If you don’t want to take German, why are you enrolled in this class?”

“I’m not; I was just looking on a bulletin board and noticed that German was being taught, and since I don’t think German is interesting I felt I should come here and let everyone know that they’re being stupid and wasting their time.”

AT A DINER:
“Why do you serve blueberry pancakes? I hate blueberries, and I don’t really like pancakes that much, either. If people would just shut up about their blueberry pancakes I could get back to ordering waffles in peace.”

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