I’ve been up for a couple hours doing nothing, well, close to nothing. I have a big story coming around midday, and it’s one I’ve been working on for a bit. It kinda has a lot of moving parts to it, so I wanted to make sure I could have it be clear and concise while at the same time making it somewhat penetrable to the average reader. Not everyone spends all day on GamerGate, as hard as that is to believe for some. Take this story, for example. It’s already been talked about on Twitter and Reddit, but I can tell you from experience that many of you have not heard about it until now. So, shall I get down to business once again on this rainy Richmond morning?

As it turns out, not everyone is a fan of the SJW whining keeping Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 from being published here in North America. One of those people happens to be the voice actress who was slated to portray Marie Rose in the game. Her name is Christine M. Cabanos, and she’s not pleased with the shitbirds who took money out of her pocket this holiday season…


Imagine that, SJWs once again hurting real working women. We’ve seen this sad story plenty of times, although you can replace woman with minority on some of these. The fact of the matter is, the ideologues don’t really care about helping actual people. It’s all about point-scoring for them. If they can get a couple write-ups in the lamestream media, or get some pats on the back from some crooked power-broker, then they have succeeded. That’s the game they all play.

Making a positive impact in the real world is way down their list. It’s about money, power, and prestige. How many companies (or people) can you take down a peg? How many apologies can you get? Those are the metrics an SJW cares about, not money taken from a creator’s pocket, like we saw happen in this case. How many more women will they hurt before it’s over? That number is going to be pretty high, I’m afraid. If you have some more examples, throw them down in the comment section.


Also, thanks goes out to Play-Asia, for recognizing the review @HiddenTara did the other day, and rewarding her for it. I don’t know if she will publish her review here, but wherever it goes up, I wish her well. That’s the power of being a real lover of video games. It shines through to everyone without an agenda.