Sunday, February 8, 2015

Are You Really That Sad?

Greetings, Earthlings who have somehow stumbled over this post.

Today I just wanted to point out a few things.

When we come across the topic of what Animal Jam has come to over the years, horrible things often come to mind.

Sure, there's more scammers and hackers. There's greed. There are ruthless bullies who will stop at nothing to bring you down.

The market has gone up. New items are being released every day, and most of them are a bit overpriced and expensive. Not to mention they're labeled as "Members-Only."

When we think about this topic, we often say, "It's sad to see what this game has come to."

But are you really that sad?

When you look down at the scammers, the bullies, the people screaming, "BATHROOM BREAKS, MY DEN!", the items, the rares . . .

Do you honestly, actually burst into tears and bawl your eyes out 'till your face is red?

Because of all this evil, there must be some sort of good left, right?

That's why a lot of us are trying to make a difference. A difference that will hopefully, maybe one day, change Jamaa forever.

Wait a minute. Just think about it.

This world is full of darkness, sadness, and evil. Well, so is Animal Jam!

People strut around the sidewalks with their leggings and high-tops. Jammers in AJ strut around with their spiked collars and their rares.

There are bad people out there; robbers, kidnappers, murderers. In Animal Jam, there are hackers and scammers.

If we're trying so hard to make a difference in a game so much like the world outside, why aren't we focusing on the world instead?

I believe that we should be focusing on the more important things if we want to make a change. Besides, if we change the world, won't Animal Jam change too, because it's so much like it?

Think about it . .

Think about it.

16 comments:

  1. I have a question: can I be a guest poster? I could email you a post and you could post it for me. What do you think? You can look over the post and approve it, and then you could say at the beginning that I made it.

    -Suzi

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    1. I don't know. I've done something like that before for a few people, but I just don't know. What things would you post? I don't like boring stuff such as new items or DE posts (sorry if I offended anyone, it's just that I follow a lot of blogs and most of them post the same thing as everyone else so it's boring).

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  2. I am inspired... :'D

    ~when123

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  3. Huh- never thought of it like that. Nice points! :)
    -Panda

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  4. Wait... bathroom breaks? That definitely laughs me to tears XD

    Anyway, what do you think about me being a guest author?

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    1. I remember once someone in Jamaa Township said: "Public Bathroom my den!" or something o.o

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  5. This might sound incredibly rude and selfish, but i couldnt care less about what happens to animal jam
    And honestly, what can we, a bunch of primary and middle school students, do to change the world? Nothing. Im sorry if i ruined your dreams or anything, but im just a very realistic person

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    1. Me either.

      But about the changing the world thing... You can do anything as long as you believe. A four year old could be famous worldwide for something they said or did.

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  6. http://www.mnn.com/lifestyle/responsible-living/photos/8-amazing-kids-who-have-changed-the-world/get-ready

    O3O

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