Gamer L33tism: Crymore N00b

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With increased power often comes an increased sense of entitlement, arrogance, and intolerance for failure. Like a virus, it’s easy to let success infect you, and it’s contagious too.

The name of this “sickness” is elitism … For good-natured players like me, who only want to socialize and have a good time, it’s a real problem.

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One Person’s Trash, Another Person’s Treasure

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What’s the point of keeping an object if it’s only going to collect cobwebs in a basement, or dust in a closet? There isn’t a simple answer to these questions; rather, every individual has a different answer to them. For this reason, I became fascinated with finding out what treasures and keepsakes my close friends have preserved over the years and the memories associated with them.

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A Guide to The Gayborhood

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It was an icy Sunday afternoon as I made my way through the remnants of the weekend snowstorm to a little neighborhood (or should say, Gayborhood) in the heart of Center City. Formally recognized as Midtown Village, the area is situated between 11th Street and S. Broad Street and extends from Chestnut St. all the way down to Pine.

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