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The comments on this post preceding mine as well as those on the removed post should've had animations of bawling infants embedded in them.
Evaluations of superiority and inferiority are a fundamental basis of trade shows like E3. Whose presentation was best? Who had the most impressive booths? Which developers were the worst to talk to? Which booth babes were meh ?
This "rudeness" you speak of is really nothing more than a failure to sufficiently flatter the female ego . . . an unforgivable crime, saith the wretches in Women's Studies programs. How much would you like to wager that a ScrewAttack post featuring "The Creepiest Creepers of E3" would've drawn nary a disapproving look?
Sparing feelings only seems to be a priority when women are the subjects of comparison, regardless of the nature of the comparison or if the women are participating in a competitive exercise. Nonsense like this gets a strong response out of me.
Bottom line: If men are fair game, women ought to be as well.
I prefer the ladies in the other post, but that's just me.
Was there really anyone really that offended by it? I just thought they really weren't that bad looking. I kind of wish the picks would stay up. It's nice to see women that actually look like someonewho'd talk to or hang out with in that kind of position.
Funny how the other post vanished pretty fast.
*Edit* Never mind it's back, and now it's gone again. This is madness!
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