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YouTubers are destroying the gaming world and gaming fans brains by uploading video gaming walkthroughs sometimes referred to as let’s plays or Lp’s.

Once a fan has watched said video on YouTube then they either lose interest in wanting to play it  and then don’t bother to buy the game or if they do buy and play the game that they just watched, then they don’t need to use their brains as much, as they already know exactly what to do. It takes the puzzle solving and strategy aspect of the game, out of it, thereby rendering the game unchallenging.

The by-product of this is that there is no point (from a parents point of view) in buying the game as it will be completed in next-to no time at all. So where’s the value for money there….

Children’s brains are being reduced to mush by watching these video as they then don’t need to work out the games for themselves….They’re getting lazy brains!

Just ban YouTube you say! Then the parent is the baddie for banning the watching of these videos. I am soooo peeved of with these so called game gurus who mostly look to be in their late teens – early twenties and still live with their parents, sat in their bedrooms playing computer games and probably never held down a real job!

At end of the day, the children get lazy, the parents are baddies and the games companies are not selling as many games as they could do, so really these type of YouTube videos are anti-advertising, or even negative advertising.

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If the government want to cut the social security bill, then the government should stop paying top-ups to low wages and make employers pay a decent minimum wage. Why should the taxpayers have to top-up wages through paying into the system, when if public sector and private sector companies and employers paid a proper wage the taxes could be better used to heal the British economy. Instead, people on a low wage have to claim benefits to top-up their wages.

Once again it is the private sector that are raking in the money by being wage-shy, the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.

We are being made to pay for the irresponsible behaviour of our chancellor, with our taxes; and he still believes that his way is the right way.

Our great nation was built on the strength of a nations pride, and will be destroyed by ‘one’ man’s pride, George Osborne‘s.

In the aftermath the only thing that we’ll hear from our government is “Lessons have been learnt!” When will our government learn from the mistakes of the past?

P.S.

Max Keiser said on RT (Russia Today) on Sky channel 512 & 518
“If Britain seriously wants to increase GDP then they need to increase the minimum wage, in fact double the minimum wage!”