Rantings and tirades of a frustrated economist.
You think that is hard? Try explaining women to video games.
I'm not sure if all women are like that, or if it's just most of us women and most men assume that means all women by default.I say this because video games, especially action games and first-person shooters, were one of the few things that kept me sane while I was going through college (before I found saber fencing, which was a much-needed upgrade in the stress-relief department) and there were guys who I knew only from the arcade and we regularly partnered up on games, knew which games each other preferred, which power-ups (shotgun or rifle), and each others' playing style. But all the guys in my study group would look me in the eye and tell me they knew I was in the arcade only because I enjoyed the racing games. Go figure.Anyway, good comic. Dead on about many women taking something completely innocuous (like red vs. blue) and working themselves into a frenzy about whether that condones racial genocide. I don't read that comic regularly, so you might know -- did that character major in women's studies?
Pity, he could have saved himself the lecture by interrupting her after one sentence with "Because the other red ships are assholes."
Robert,Thank you for posting those links. I had heard those statistics before, but I was not sure where they came from or where to find them on the web.
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