RPG for a bit still

From: Mikko Rintasaari (rintasaa@mail.student.oulu.fi)
Date: Thu 16 Mar 2000 - 12:00:14 EET

:&gt;I want to explore new ways of thinking, ethics and metaphysics,
:>_as_well_as_ have fun.

:So do I, but that doesn't mean I can't have a fantastic time playing an
:MGF scenario at a convention.

:>There... just call me an elitist bastard too.

:I don't care whether you are being elitist, you can be as elitist
:as you like. My criticism is that you're being simplistic,
:divisive and abusive.

:Simon Hibbs

That's unfortunate. I was just trying to point out that the _original_
wrighters position was not an entirely insensible one. If he had just
remembered to respect the modern cultural rule of relativism (adding "this
is what I think, other opinions may vary") I don't think anybody would
have been offended.
  It's quite as abusive to so readily lable somebody as an oppressive nazi
for presenting his preference on roleplaying.

There's no need to be so sensitive about one own worth. I'm sure you all
here know what kind of games you like. Why should you get upset of
somebodys definition of "better rpg groups"?

Calm down people... pax.


"thinker, dreamer and adventurer"


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