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06/01/2004

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Flynn

Boy, Ubi has been growing in stature with me, but...pardon my French...this f$%#ing rules.

I am heavily in favor of more women playing more games so that we get fewer Barbie Fashion Designer products.

Rep-RA-ZENT, ladies. We're expecting big things from you in the next century.

raina

I am so there! getting paid to be a girl who games? maybe i can finally pay off my grad school loans...

raina

I am so there! getting paid to be a girl who games? maybe i can finally pay off my grad school loans...

kat

I don't think the ad says anything about Trade Shows. They just mention online gaming and playing at competitions. Still a little booth babish I guess, but unless the ad is misleading, most of the work is done from your home where no one can even see you.

jane

it does say "make public appearances" but you're right, that doesn't necessarily mean trade shows...

BrainFromArous

I would think it's confined to the home/online spheres, as I doubt very much they'd hire anybody in a "booth babe" capacity without checking their appearance first.

kat

yeah, the "public appearances" is vague.

jane

they *will* be checking appearances, at least informally, in the interview process. so who knows.

JC

Man there is such a huge lack of female gamers that we someone needs to pay for them to come out of the wood work.

drew

LACK of female gamers (see above)? Am I in a bizarro world comment section? That statement might have been accurate, maybe, I dunno...fifteen years ago.

sassamifrass

I agree with Drew, the aforementioned comment is as well-thought out as saying "Man, there's such a huge lack of male postmen we have to pay them to deliver packages!"

Lara Croft Tomb Raider

That's such a cool idea!

Lara Croft Tomb Raider

That's such a cool idea!

Lara Croft Tomb Raider

That's such a cool idea!

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