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Gamers of different genres united today in a march of protest against censorship. Local game stores have also united in an effort to ban all games with an "M" (mature) rating from their stores. This, gamers say, is an unfair restriction on their pastime. "I am a peaceful person. Never been in a fight before in my life. I also happen to play Call of Duty," said Effpie Ess, a 21-year-old Xbox player. Viola Ence, owner of four Game Start locations in town, said peaceful gamers are a myth. "There's a reason they like to spend hours aiming a gun and shooting at animated characters. We're trying to divert them to more pleasant games instead. Anything with a gun should be out of our stores by Tuesday." The protest lasted from 2–4 p.m., when most gamers ___. More marches are planned for the rest of the week.
most likely went to take a nap or eat some food. went off to resume their questionable activities. rudely left the area without cleaning the litter. ended their two-hour march and left the area
Did you take Journalism ?
its the last one ...
...ended their two-hour march and left the area. That's the best choice for me. The others imply behavior that could serve to stereotype negative perceptions.
free of opinion takes out most likely one .. and the other 2 ..were seriously not sensitive...using rudely and questionable in them
@Captain_Page_Turner did u take journalism ?
Not a formal course, but I try and practice writing in my spare time. :)
so your pretty sure your correct on these ?
Some of what I've studied crosses over into journalism, like the propaganda question or the one about bias in this one. Those aren't specific to journalism in general, but it does matter a lot more when you are a journalist in trying to avoid them.