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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Mikel Wellington
Time was when video games only reared their Q*Bert and Mario heads in a small, relatively predictable set of places — mostly, basements teeming with teenaged boys, garish mall-based arcades, dark corners of neighborhood bars, and the occasional TV show and T-shirt. Pac-Man fever may have been rampant at one point (the early '80s), but those who didn't have the bug for the game and its variants could safely avoid contamination if they were cautious enough.
"It's a multibillion-dollar industry, so I don't understand why you wouldn't want to have it everywhere to keep people in your ... place of business," he says
"The thing that pushes me the most in playing and competing and wanting to make games is just wanting to be the best," he says.