Originally Posted by admflameberg
I never said anything about the DRM. What I posted was common sense, I am still getting used to this different keyboard. Sometimes I don't see the typos untilL someone mentions it. Me living in the usa has nothing to do with how perfect my typing should be.
The whole point of going to college is to learn and get a degree which will help you get a good job. If you was were trying to do just that you wouldn't have time to game as you will would be too focussed in trying to passt your classes so you can get that degree.
Playing games while doing college work will take your focus off your work which in most cases causesing you to fail it. Which will cause you to have to try again to get that degree. Focusing is the most important them thing to do in college. tho Though, I did have said that if you can do both then all power to you.
YouÂ´re young so you do not understand the idea of trying to stay focussed trying to get that degree.
Instead you act offensive just because it's above your understanding of a good education.
ItÂ´s not there their fault that you feel you should be able to play around at college instead of doing what you went there for. I never said the that people couldn't do this or that. I said you went to college for a reason and ways you can get around the port blocking by simpley asking or not staying on campus.
You have been, for the last several hours, defending the use of the "always-on" DRM that Blizzard is going to use in Diablo III, I am sorry, but you WERE talking about the DRM.
I currently, hold two college degrees in both ICT management and IT forensics, currently I am attending the Rotterdam University for teachersÂ´ training.
Tust me, when I tell you that I do understand the importance of studying and focussing to pass for exams and tests, and trust me, your assumption that gaming while attending college surely impedes your ability to pass for said study, is all the evidence I need to assume youÂ´re talking out of your ass.
For your reference, I have edited your quote and highlighted all the grammatical errors youÂ´ve made, which I could find, and trust me when I tell you, a majority of these are grammatical errors, and no keyboard is causing them, nor is going to remedy them for you.
And yes, I am under the assumption, that when one lives in the USA, even basic understanding of the countryÂ´s language, especially rules about contrastion and the use of possesive adjectives and genitives is mandatory.Edited by SoulThief - 8/6/11 at 3:08pm