Deckard Cain appears in the real world, is promptly arrested

This truly weird video news report turned up in the forums today, and while we can not confirm the translation, it’s certainly a freaky viewing. Apparently a crazy old mystic was arrested in India for running around, stealing ancient artifacts from museums, and saying the end of the world was coming. His name? Deckard Cain. No, really. Watch and see.

You’ll remember the fiery meteor that crossed over a few weeks ago. Clearly, we are all doomed.

Update: This is actually a crazy old guy who claims he can live without food or water. He’s not really named Deckard Cain. Real video here.

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  1. According to linked article its a survey of 4,000 US gamers. The only problem that I can see that could effect it are; a) is it really a representative selection of US gamers, b) what method was used to generate the data, c) is it fashionable to say you like game X and unfashionable to say you like game Y?
    Lastly the big one d) what on earth do those indexes really mean?

    What do I mean by this? Well for a) to be accurate it needs to be proportional to the true gamer make up (That is it needs to be X% male/females who own platform Y aged A-B, then there’s also the factor that say NYers might like game X where as LA might prefer game Z exc).

    b) and c) both will create polling basis’s b) built in basis in the poll, how it was carried out (website adds? random stops phone calls?)  and c) this is something that can make a huge difference, <- this is the hardest to deal with, it even will effect factor a) as some will find it hard to admit that they like gaming in the first place with the -ve press dealt from time to time.
    As for d) like I said what does it really mean? all these numbers are useless unless it at lest the 2nd poll of this type, as this will help reduce some of the secondary factors.

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