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After some computer issues that ended up in building a new rig, I’m happy to say that The Mind of Micah C has returned! Over these past couple of weeks I’ve watched #Gamergate very closely, and have been intrigued by the mentality of those who are against it. I decided to do a video discussing their mindset, but felt like pulling from a ton of sources would take months. Then, I stumbled upon Dan Olson’s Folding Ideas, and watched his episode on #Gamergate. Needless to say, I found the one video that summed it all up, and then I picked it apart.


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Micah Curtis

Micah is a man returning to the fold of video game journalism after a bit of time away. He's a conservative with a passion for business, and a love for the art of video games. Micah has been gaming since the NES, and knows a bit more about art than he probably should........