One Shot, One Kill, No Skill: Why a Regular Gamer Started Paying to Cheat at Video Games
The tale of how one man from Canada became the kind of person who pays a monthly fee to cheat at video games is like many stories about good people who slide toward the more nefarious extremes of life.
There was hurt. There was frustration. And then there was the temptation to step inside from the unabating drizzle of life, to take shelter and experience some glee. The glee, of course, would cost him. It would cost him money and friends , though maybe it was worth it.
The man from Canada goes by the online name Johnb32xq. In the eyes of some he is what's wrong with online multiplayer gaming. Some might brand him a scourge—maybe even a bad person—but that's the common reaction to situations like these, when good people cross lines that other good people don't. The man from Canada doesn't seem like such a bad person. He just pays to cheat at video games.
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