These are just my very personal feelings about these. Some are a good fit for my lifestyle and some aren’t. I hope you find something that you will enjoy and that it will make you feel whole.
You should try to put the blame on those who can’t remember what they’re supposed to look like. I know the people who have been doing this for the last 100 years will be very familiar with the latest technology. But, as I’m sure you all know, it’s not as simple as you think.
I agree. My main reason for posting the following list is simply because it might help those who cannot remember when they first started having thoughts like these.
I have a question for all of you. How much do you think it is realistic to expect that all of these people will be able to get the medical treatments they need? I know this seems like a trivial question because I have no idea what all of this stuff is. But, I have a feeling that it may be unrealistic to expect all of these people to get the types of medical treatments they need.
I think that the medical options in the game are actually pretty cool. I don’t think there are too many people with cancer that need to live in a box or even a wheelchair and I think that the game does a good job of showing that people can live quite happily with their disabilities. There are a few people from the game that look like they would be perfectly fine if they never had cancer.
The game does a pretty good job of showing that there are people with cancer that need to live in a box or a wheelchair and I think that if you look at the game’s medical community, it’s a pretty good representation of what is possible.
We’ve come a long way since the days when people would try to convince doctors that their patients needed to be treated like lepers. Now though, I don’t think anyone wants to hear the word “cancer” in a game.
The game has a couple of great examples of people who have had a life-like death (which is a real shame) but I think it would be a good idea to make that some kind of joke. For example, if you try to kill a person who has a bone in her hands, then you’re doing something wrong.