An Open Letter to Fanboys

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    Bio-Hazard

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    I read this today and thought it was darn funny and fitting fo a new forum.................. :shock:
    Here's a quick quote, for the rest you're going to have to click the link.
    Since this is the last GameSpotting, I decided it was my last chance to convey my thoughts on a subject so near and dear to my heart: fanboys. Console and PC fanboys are an interesting breed, and they always bring a unique discourse to our forums. Their well-written and wonderfully articulated posts and emails give them a special place in my heart. I don't believe I've ever addressed them directly before, so this is my chance.
    Dear Fanboys,
    I have a few pieces of advice I want to pass onto you in this GameSpotting. I know that in an age of multiple platforms and a huge amount of games, it can be difficult to remain loyal to one platform or one company. It's a real challenge, and you are all noble and courageous for taking on this quest. I have a few suggestions that I hope you all take to heart. It will help guide you down the path of the fanboy.
    On message boards, the best way to convey your point is to write in all caps, ignore the rules of grammar, and include lots of "LMAO's" and "LOLs" in your post.
    http://www.gamespot.com/features/6128136/p-18.html
     
    Bio-Hazard, Jun 28, 2005
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    oh boy!

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    Jyoti Ballabh

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    sweet Lord! So, this is it.
     
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