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Review for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Norfolk, VA, USA

Rating: 1 stars  

I hate all of you. You guys are hypocrites. You make horrible games that have VIOLENCE IN THEM. And yet your message is to promote non-violence? Like seriously?! How horrible can you get? You guys make me sick to my stomach. Pokemon is the last straw. YOU ONLY DID YOUR RESEARCH ON THE LAST GAME. and barely any from that specific game too. If you morons ever did any of your research, you would find that 1.) a pokemon professor loves pokemon and wants to find ways to help them 2.) Ash has loved that Pikachu HIS ENTIRE LIFE. The moment he first got it, the Pikachu didn't like him...and yet he still loved and cared for him. PIKACHU caused him harm by electrocuting him in a bunch of episodes, and then they learn to love each other. Ash doesn't think of him as a tool, he thinks of Pikachu as an equal human being. 3.) Cheren loves Pokemon too. He learns throughout the game that Pokemon are supposed to be loved. HE LEARNS THAT. HE IS YOUR RIVAL, HE WILL BE STUPID. and why the hell would you make everything so bloody? IT IS A CHILDREN'S' GAME. GET OVER YOURSELF. DELETE THOSE GAMES or STOP MAKING THEM. I can give you reasons as to why you should do that as well. 1.) they suck. 2.) These games that you make out to be so bad, ARE NOT ACTUALLY BAD 3.) they're so stupid. I hate all of you and all that you have become. If you're for ethical treatment of animals and want all animals to find a nice home, give them more than a week to find one! or send them to a shelter where people will actually buy them. Nobody likes you PETA. Learn that. Gamers want to release you from existence. STOP THE MADNESS.

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