Friday, June 13, 2008

Infiltrating WoW

Tapping phone lines in order to secure homeland security has been a policy of the current U.S. government since directly after the terrorist attack on September 11th, 2001. Apparently, the government has come to the conlcusion that the internet could also be a prime suspect for saboteurs in making their devious plans. It gets better. Games like Second Life and WoW, two of the biggest mmorpgs are going to be infiltrated by the government some way, shape, or form in the near future in order to study the "cultural norms" and then devise a way to deal with "suspicious activity".

To the 5 men who are assigned this project, I will give you the most important cultural norm that arises from WoW play and internet usage in general. Anonymity breeds assholes. It also successfully lowers the maturity level of every single being that enters the online gaming community to that of a petulant, terribly uneducated pubescent 14 year old boy. Please find all the suspicious activity, and by that, I mean the annoying early-teen kids who can't help but flaunt their huge epeen to others by making them feel small and worthless, and send them to Abu Ghraib.


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