The last June 2019 Open Discussion is here, meaning that you can offer your findings for others to see. This series on OAG allows you to write anything that comes to mind, where information written down can be about video games or other news of interest. Like any other piece on this site, this Open Discussion doesn’t promote censorship.
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As for this week’s topic, it is about biases and how far you will go to put up with said biases. In other words, where do you draw the line and leave or stay when some kind of biased presentation appears in games, movies, websites, news sources, or anything?
Like any other Open Discussion, you can change the subject to something else, or you can discuss your thoughts and opinions on biases and how far you’ll tolerate and put up with said inclinations.
This week’s music selection is Gregg Allman’s “Ill Be Holding On” from the movie Black Rain. Feel free to share your music in the comment section below.