>There’s no such things as “Dota has it good side”. I think you concentrated more on Dota than on studying.
It’s a way for us to spend our time
> Not spend. Waste our time. Dota has bad effects since sitting on a chair in front of a computer for an hour or two causes damage to our vision. The invisible particles that are being produced by the monitor would damage our vision.
because sometimes the movie you watch will longer than a match of Dota)
> Yes, an average movie has a duration of 1 hour and 45 minutes to two hours. But watching movies are more beneficial since we could learn lessons from movies. And movies sometimes happen in real life. Dota is absolutely impossible.
It’s the best way for you to release your tension…
>No, it will only collect so much tension. Pressing keys on the keyboard at a time and rolling the mouse over, aren’t they tension for you?
We become ambidextrous, which means that both of our hands may perform skills equally. Try to imagine are there any others exercise that enable u to use both of your hand? I dare not say no, but it is one of them…hehe!!!
> Only with our hand and fingers. And how about our body? Our feet? Our arms? Using of both hands on playing Dota is irrelevant if we are going to talk about using our body and mind at a time. [continues]
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