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MindArk: MindArk wants YOU (not to see where their artwork 'came' from)

Discussion in 'Entropia News' started by NotAdmin, Nov 15, 2012.

  1. 3 times lol + roflcopter, thank you mastermesh x'D

    I did not think I would SEE Zatsu and the Entropia Booth pr0n biatches again on any forum xD
    Jesus Christ and how am I proud that I can actually mention this and discuss the matter, not getting banned.

    I remember the images of the "booth girls"(without clothes) and very old men (also without clothes).
    No need to go into details here. :S

    Just another disturbing thing I really dislike about MindArks so called "business contacts".

    Oh well thanks for the *cough* Marc Collins Rector, Slayem, Bowles, Ms. Emma Peel, Police *cough* past. ;)


    Last edited: Nov 26, 2012
  2. Here you go. The pr0n girls and Buzz Erik Lightyear. (I bet he didnt knew what he was doing)

  3. And the real booth babes ;)

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  4. I'm just sad that that MIndark is discriminating against the 75+ crowd.
    Hello people....Viagra!

    Smilingly yours..

  5. NotAdmin

    NotAdmin Administrator

  6. RAZER

    RAZER Custom title ... uh ...

    Oh they removed the girl

    Looks like the the 'article' was removed from the client loader as well. Stuff from October 1st is still there, but this 'article' from November 14th is removed.
  7. Nor Alien

    Nor Alien Wisker Fish

    hmm that sucks... thought that it was fine the way it was?? :dunno:
  8. sissi

    sissi sissi

    Perhaps Mr Holmes was aghast :)

    btw been removed from CL for a long time..
  9. Tass

    Tass Administrator

    Maybe you folllowed this story that was causing a little bit of buzz regarding gender representation in and around video games:

    "On May 17, 2012, Sarkeesian began a Kickstarter campaign to fund a new series of short videos that would examine gender tropes in video games. The campaign was featured as a campaign of note on the official Kickstarter blog,[11] and reached its funding goal of $6,000 within 24 hours.[12] In June 2012, prominent video game developer Bungie invited Sarkeesian to its offices to present on the creation of female characters in games.[13] The first video, titled "The Damsel in Distress", was released on March 7, 2013.[14]

    The project triggered a campaign of sexist harassment that Slate described as an "absolute avalanche of misogynist abuse." Slate wrote that "[e]very access point they could exploit was used to try to get to her ..."[15] The New York Times reported that she was e-mailed images of herself being raped by video game characters.[16] Attempts were made to hack her Twitter and Google accounts, doctored images of her were posted online, negative comments were posted to her YouTube and Facebook pages, and an Internet game was created – Beat Up Anita Sarkeesian – where users could punch her image until the screen turned red.[17] Her Wikipedia article was repeatedly vandalized with images of sex acts.[18] Her website was subjected to denial-of-service attacks, and there were efforts to obtain and distribute her personal contact information.[19] The people behind the campaign awarded each other "Internet points" for the abuse on forums; Sarkeesian argued that they had "gamified" misogyny.[16]

    Sarkeesian posted examples of the harassment on her blog, and supporters responded by donating over $150,000 to her project.[17] The situation helped to bring the issue of pervasive sexual harassment in the video game culture to mainstream media attention, with discussions occurring in a range of publications and outlets, including The New York Times, The Guardian and New Statesman.[20] Sarkeesian told the news show 16x9 that online harassment and threats have become the norm for female gamers.[21] She told The New York Times: "The gaming industry is actually in the process of changing. That's a really positive thing, but I think there is a small group of male gamers who feel like gaming belongs to them, and are really terrified of that change happening."[17]"

    Foot notes:

    11 - Marketos, Cassie (May 21, 2012). "New Projects Are Sci-Fly". Kickstarter.

    12 - "Tropes vs Women in Video Games". Kickstarter. Retrieved June 14, 2012.

    13 - Petit, Carolyn (June 12, 2012). "From Samus to Lara: An Interview With Anita Sarkeesian of Feminist Frequency". GameSpot.

    14 - "The Damsel in Distress" by Feminist Frequency, hosted on Youtube

    15 - Marcotte, Amanda (June 13, 2012). "Online Misogyny: Can't Ignore It, Can't Not Ignore It". Slate.com.

    16 - Lewis, Helen (December 25, 2012). "Game Theory: Making Room for the Women", The New York Times.

    17 - O'Leary, Amy. "In Virtual Play, Sex Harassment Is All Too Real", The New York Times, August 1, 2012.
    18 -McHugh, Molly (June 11, 2012). "Kickstarter campaign leads to cyber-bullying". Digital Trends(Digital Trends, Inc.).
    19 - Totilo, Stephen (July 3, 2012). "She’s Not Hiding From The Hate She’s Getting For Examining Video Games. She’s Exposing It.". Kotaku.

    20 - Zerbisias, Anita (January 28, 2013). "Internet trolls an online nightmare for young women", Toronto Star.
    21 - Dangerous Game: Tropes vs Women bullying, 16:9, accessed November 4, 2012.

    Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anita_Sarkeesian#Kickstarter_campaign.2C_subsequent_harassment
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  10. All I can say is Wollongong
  11. Booth babies lol :)
  12. corbybjpeelterslayembowtf3.

    2008 - "London Meeting" + Luxury Hotel​
  13. Ahhh real EU history. :biggrin:

    Never thought i'd see that pic again...LOL

    Edit: Am I the only one that would like to have free access to McC's hard drive for a real EU history lesson. :P
    Last edited: May 14, 2013
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  14. History went http://content-of-oblivion.blogspot.de/
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  15. It will make history again sum time :biggrin: wen Atrox chews sum data.
  16. Last edited: Jun 8, 2017
  17. Kemlo

    Kemlo Zone of Silence

    I've never heard of this Zen.... guy before but he sounds, hmmm, distasteful for the want of a better word.

    Is he or was he connected with EU?

    Found this: http://zenshinzo.com/who/
  18. Liu


    Does it have something to do with the other thread here where we learn that the owner of PCF is actually an actor in the porn industry ?
    This may explain that...

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