Remember the Yu-gi-Oh thread?
Things ended well. The program attacked Yu-gi-Oh on Monday and on Tuesday it extended to M:tG (I only knew of this yesterday).
On Thursday, it went broadcast live again, but this time the host took some people to discuss Card games. They were a psichologist, a theologist, a card game event organizer (he was executive to some company and stuff), the president of a beneficent organization, a M:tG contest judge, the principal of a school and three child actors who are pretty famous here.
Results: the psichologist showed how healthy the game can be and he even demonstrated he plays it. everybody then speaked about the game, how it only showed two sides of life - good and bad. BTW, the program had only showed M:tG black cards and Yu-gi-Oh fiend cards. The guests took cards from all colors and types and showed there were “good” cards in the games too.
The theologist was the most fun. No matter how rational everybody’s arguments were, he always attacked the game caliming they were transmitting subliminar messages, and that they focused on the “11 satanistic rules”. He was the sole attacker of the games since the beggining of the transmition. The host took a neutral stance at first and then became a defender too.
At every thing somebody said, the theologist had a face that looks like the face of a bull when it’s about to charge. He attacked values from religions other than his own (evangelic or something). He attacked even christain religions after the executive showed that the Pope had blessed the Pokémon Card Game! LOL!
It gets best: the kids at the program showed they were mature enough to know the difference between good and evil, and they gave a class on ethics and good behavior by demonstrating that they were good persons despite playing games that depict evil things. And that they won’t steal or kill for playing games and how they learned things and values from playing.
I’ll post more details later… Dude, that really made my night yesterday