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Historical Society Historian
 Post subject: I chose P.T. as my PS4 Game of the Year!

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Hey guys,

A few months ago, I became a writer/editor for a new gaming website called libertariangaming.org. We not only post reviews and video game info, we also help the public educate themselves on issues involving personal liberty, etc. We were asked to do GOTY articles, and I felt it necessary to give my PS4 choice to P.T.! You can check out my review below! 8)

https://libertariangaming.org/?p=1408


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 Post subject: Re: I chose P.T. as my PS4 Game of the Year!
     
         
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This is an odd fusion of interests, to say the very least.

In an unrelated thread, I might be interested in an open discussion and/or debate of libertarian philosophy. I understand it a lot better now than I used to.

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it's so nice to help people educate themselves on such vast topics.


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And it's not even a game!

Interesting :P

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unreadphilosophy wrote:
we also help the public educate themselves on issues involving personal liberty


I don't like it when you put it that way, because you're not so much "educating" as expounding your own personal philosophy.

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