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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Sunday, May 09, 2004
Americans vs. Germans: A small sidebar in the May edition of Xbox Nation magazine on the upcoming game "Fable" has an interesting anecdote:


"I always said you can tell a lot about a person by how he plays Fable," Peter Molyneux says. When Mark MacDonald executive editor for Xbox Nation's sister publication, Electronic Gaming Monthly, opts to aid a small child being taunted by a bully in Fable's early moments, Molyneux smiles broadly. He says, "There is this interesting psychological experiment I've found. American [journalists] always want to do good -- absolutely, 100 percent of the time. German [journalists] always want do do the evil stuff; without any doubt at all, they would be beating that little kid to a pulp now as we talk."


German journalists -- part of the axis of weasels or the axis of evil?

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