I have confessed of that to God and Jesus, and they have forgiven me on that.
The idea of asking God to forgive you of your sins implies that you recognize your actions as wrongdoing and will do your best to correct your actions. If Chris had truly prayed about what he was doing, he would have never uploaded the last batch of Sonichu pages, or he would have taken them down by now. Every time Chris namedrops God, I rage just a little harder.--Beat 07:47, 7 January 2010 (UTC)
- I call this attitude "Rubber-Stamp Christianity" and it cause disservice to any believer out there. Griffintown 13:53, 7 January 2010 (UTC)
Here Chris says nothing about whether or not he likes the game. He just says he doesn't care about the reviews.
Let me guess - there's a giant amount of cognitive dissonance going on in his head about the Sonichu games. He's a Sonic fan, so he assumes that he has to love Sonic 2006 unconditionally. He has heard other fans grumble. He has heard the press slam the game. When he's asked for his opinion, he slams the press first: they're wrong and he's entitled to have his own opinion that Sonic 2006 rules, even when he deep down knows everyone else is right and Sonic 2006 is shit.
A fairly predictable "10-year-old fanboy" reaction - perhaps material for the Video games article? I need to wait until tomorrow to get coffee so I'm perhaps not the best to write it. --wwwwolf (wake me when you need me) 15:39, 7 January 2010 (UTC)