In the debate, I often saw an argument along the lines of, “If I gave you 10 grapes and told you two were poisonous, would you eat any?”
It sounds clever. There’s a risk. Most intelligent people would say no, and so the idea is that taking in Syrian refugees when potential terrorists could . . . → Read More: Syrian Refugees Are NOT Potentially Poisonous Grapes
I had two Muslim roommates when I was in college. They were the nicest guys.
One was in computer science and the other decided to go into religious studies. We played computer games together. They threw the best party I ever went to as part of the fraternity they were pledging for during my . . . → Read More: You Are Allowing Terrorists to Win by Giving in to Fear
When I was a senior in high school, I was editor of the school paper. I wanted to publish more than fluff pieces. I couldn’t count how many times the formulaic headline “[insert school event here] a Success” showed up in that paper.
Some of the articles ended up quite controversial, and I got us . . . → Read More: How to Apologize Correctly
After a marathon game development weekend in which I finished my Ludum Dare compo entry on time, I found myself looking forward to playing everyone else’s games. I pulled up the random list of games it provides for me to rate, and the very first game on the list?
A game about being a . . . → Read More: Take Seriously the Responsibility of Game Creation #LDJam
Another, apparently needed, reminder: the 1st amendment is about the government not being allowed to stop you from speaking your mind. You can’t be arrested for stating your opinions, no matter how terrible or controversial.
The 1st amendment DOES NOT protect you from the consequences of that speech with regard to your fellow citizens or . . . → Read More: Another Reminder about the 1st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution