The internet is such a dangerous place, not because of **** but because of people like this Z. The internet is like a big hub for information, but unfortunatly, nobody is monitoring that information or who the hell is the guy who are providing it. Now it can be a good thing since we are free to talk about whatever we want and giving our opinion without being censored. But alas, it also mean that idiot people like Z can go around on the net, run a web site without knowing shit what they're talking about and have people listening to them. It's actually called Desinformation if I remember And seing that kind of thread is really sad. Those 13 years old kid shouldn't be influenced by that kind of idiot. If they decide to do drugs, it need to be their decision. They shoudn't make their decision by reading thread that make them think sniffing coke is normal for young people. I'm sorry but doing coke is definitly not ''Normal''. It's not weed or alcohol, but a really powerful drug that can hook you up on the first try. I'm a young guy and I can tell you I did some stupid thing in my life, like everybody. But I never sniffed coke and never will. I'm not some straight edge guy that say no to drugs etc... I just think that this kind of stuff should only be available to mature people who know what they're doing. And this guy on that video is obviously still not mature enough for that kind of thing. I believe in free speech and all that, but I don't believe everybody should be able to have a voice on the net. By posting something to a public forum, I believe you are taking a responsability. By responsability, I mean knowing that million of people will have access to whatever you are posting. You need to be sure of what you are posting. That's my opinion. Now I don't know if you guys understand what I'm saying since english is not my native language and I can have problems expressing complexe thing like this in english. Be sure to tell me what you're thinking about it.
"Video games don't affect kids, I mean if Pac Man affected us as kids, we'd all run around in a darkened room munching pills and listening to repetitive music."