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Desc:Peter represents disaffectation in the face of overwhelming advancements in technology
Category:Educational, Business
Tags:Peter, computer games, GEPIK, jihno, truth to power
Submitted:jangbones
Date:01/24/11
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Comment count is 6
urbanelf
"Wow! You really good at Starcraft 2! You beat me twice in a row. How about we play a third time for money?"
Mother_Puncher
Peter is quickly realizing that being friends with Asians because there a no other black kids in his "culturally diverse" utopian community requires him to either fight for his life or tolerate creepy as fuck Stepford children. Neither of which is he accustomed to.
Rodents of Unusual Size
Jinho, you are never going to get even to first base. Just back the fuck off.
twinkieafternoon
Jinho doesn't understand that the singing and piano skills his parents have been forcing on him won't seem cool to the other kids. He has fun when he plays so far, and he wants to share it with Peter. He doesn't understand why Peter is dismissive, or what Peter is trying to tell him subtly, and he doesn't know why his parents make him practice so hard all the time in front of his grandparents.

He will one day, too late.
kingarthur
Peter seems like the most put-upon, frustrated kid in these things.
Jet Bin Fever
There are some strange vibes in this clip, that's for sure.
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