I abstained from gaming for two years. I didn't do it on purpose of course. I was just working really hard and didn't have time for anything else. And it's actually not two hours a day on average (I did that last week because I got a new game). For example, this week I only had the time to play for one and a half hour in total (cause work). But still, if you somehow believe that gaming the way I do it is unhealthy then put your arguments forth and let's have a discussion. Making vague statements like "its affecting your brain and the way you think" and "anyone can make out from your post that your brain is under some kind of spell of being ignorant" is a waste of time for the both of us. You, for writing them and me for reading them and trying to figure out what you might mean. The truth is that we're all ignorant. What matters is how accepting we are of that fact and how willing to become wiser. So far, I think anyone can see that I am open to dialogue. If someone can tell me something about gaming that I don't know, I really want to learn it. But all I know right now is that some people here believe gaming is unhealthy without exceptions. Now, for me to see this (or even understand where you're coming from) I will need some more expounding and less vagueness. I hope you can see that I am willing to learn. If I weren't, I wouldn't try to engage in a dialogue. I would just make as many statements as I could to prove that I am right. So, it's obvious that I am willing to be proved wrong. But the more I talk with others about the matter, the more I am convinced others are as ignorant as I am.