Video Game Violence. Source: Penny Arcade. kills younger brother in video game " t? Haw about, " Parents Raise Stupid Kids.". media will blame as much as possible on video games
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Video Game Violence

Source: Penny Arcade

kills younger brother
in video game " t?
Haw about, " ******
Parents Raise Stupid
Kids."
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Submitted: 07/30/2013
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User avatar #4 - redrex (07/31/2013) [+] (8 replies)
media will blame as much as possible on video games
#14 - ncisagentgibbs **User deleted account** (07/31/2013) [+] (36 replies)
I was born in 1985, I have played every video game console available. Everything from puzzles to violent games. Never once have I even had a notion of thought, of an inkling, of an idea of repeating what I saw in those games.

Why do you ask?

A. My mother sat down and had a chat with me that these games were make believe and I shouldn't repeat anything that happens in them.
B. My father whipped my ass whenever I looked at him the wrong way.

Lesson #1: Parents need to start being parents again and stop letting society raise their kids for them.
Lesson #2: All of media need to grow some balls and start targeting bad parenting instead of quoting studies and listening to left wing liberal hippie crap.

Do the words common sense mean anything anymore???
#27 - orkanoidz (07/31/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Western Media is so full of **** these days.
User avatar #5 - niggernazi ONLINE (07/31/2013) [+] (11 replies)
why the **** is the toaster alive?
User avatar #6 to #5 - willindor ONLINE (07/31/2013) [-]
You should be afraid! He is the scourge of all small appliances and the boogeyman that keeps lesser toasters awake at night!
#29 - apollyonyagami (07/31/2013) [-]
it was so nice when video-games weren't invented yet, there were no violent murders and crimes at all. Oh wait, that's not true.
User avatar #7 - matralith (07/31/2013) [-]
That's one angry toaster.
#69 - yourbed (07/31/2013) [+] (5 replies)
Has violent video games become an issue agian?
User avatar #1 - Mortuus (07/30/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Here's my hypothesis: Due to the amount of hate that we place upon idiot parents, this generation might have a chance to observe how not to go about raising ********* . If that actually happens, we'll have the internet to thank for providing us the ability to spread propaganda such as this.

Note: I use propaganda in the nicest possible way.
#91 - xxxsonic fanxxx (07/31/2013) [+] (2 replies)
video gaems cauyzed 9/11 and world war 2 and the extincton of the dinosayers HOW CAN YOU NOT SEY THESE
#52 - europe (07/31/2013) [-]
Now THAT's an article that I would read
#66 - yuukoku (07/31/2013) [+] (2 replies)
They never wanna blame the parents. It's easier to blame video games.    
   
I don't think anybody knows much about this, but my grandmother had a laugh with me when she told me about how when she was a kid, children were jumping out windows because they thought they could fly after hearing the story of Peter Pan and they blamed Peter Pan for that.    
   
What it essentially comes down to is either children being extremely 						*******					 stupid and/or parents who just don't care. If the parents are there, they can be the voice of reason and let the kids know that it's all just a cartoon or that fighting or life doesn't work that way. It doesn't take much. Just keep them close to reality. There's going to be a number of kids that believe anything, but if you keep them close to reality, they'll be smarter about it.
They never wanna blame the parents. It's easier to blame video games.

I don't think anybody knows much about this, but my grandmother had a laugh with me when she told me about how when she was a kid, children were jumping out windows because they thought they could fly after hearing the story of Peter Pan and they blamed Peter Pan for that.

What it essentially comes down to is either children being extremely ******* stupid and/or parents who just don't care. If the parents are there, they can be the voice of reason and let the kids know that it's all just a cartoon or that fighting or life doesn't work that way. It doesn't take much. Just keep them close to reality. There's going to be a number of kids that believe anything, but if you keep them close to reality, they'll be smarter about it.
#25 - yougotbuuurrrnneed (07/31/2013) [+] (1 reply)
lolz XD
#42 to #25 - A Pickle (07/31/2013) [-]
le XD faec
#19 - fogglebeast (07/31/2013) [+] (4 replies)
I've always thought that blaming parents is an easy way out. Indeed, it'll be their fault sometimes, but the kid makes their own decisions in the end. If a kid does something retarded utilising their own free will, how can a parent be blamed? It's not as though they told the child to get themselves blown-up or anything.

Also, it is rather rediculous how the actual video game can be blamed for violent behaviour. If a non-violent child plays the same game as a violent child, and the violent child ends up 'imitating' the game's utter evilness, isn't it possible that it was just the kid doing stupid stuff and the game was liked by them because it was also violent?
User avatar #51 to #19 - heartlessrobot (07/31/2013) [-]
Don't blame the parents, don't blame the videogame, blame the little ****** that put lit firecrackers in the neighbors mailbox, they did it, not the parents. Unless the parents did it too. But whatever the little **** does is his/her own doing.
User avatar #86 - zeroxnight (07/31/2013) [-]
People have to stop blaming video games. ****** parents are why kids do dumbass things
#49 - capricore (07/31/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Being playing violent games from my child-hood.

Don't be serious.
Reality is a bitch....and if you upset her, she will condemn or kill you.You can stand up to her.
Fiction is a lover who will do anything to please you.But you must understand,she won't be yours.Don't chase her.
And dreams...she will be your fantasy and nightmare.
User avatar #15 - thewinkster (07/31/2013) [+] (5 replies)
I think video games have made me morally into a better person. If you have ever once played a game like spec ops the line or the last of us it really puts things into perspective. I never wanted to kill other people but in a game like spec ops where your forced to. I....I just couldn't cope with what happens. These games. They have really taught me stuff I wouldn't normally understand without experience them. I learned colors from super mario world as a kid. And I learned the true horrors of war and violence as a adult.
User avatar #110 - thebrownydestroyer **User deleted account** (07/31/2013) [-]
I guess playing video games could induce minor violent thoughts. If you play games long enough (especially ones with scenery such as Skyrim or some **** ) you start to realize that the real world really isn't that much of a great place, you notice all the grassy, pretty fields are gone or getting built upon and the majestic, quiet forests that so interested you are being chopped down for cheap lumber or paper. When you realize that people aren't as friendly or as sociable as in your game you might start to grow a hatred for the human race and may go as far as a killing one day. But this is all a guess and I may be talking **** .
#104 - joethebeast (07/31/2013) [+] (1 reply)
why do people keep bringing up these cliche arguments...
why do people keep bringing up these cliche arguments...
User avatar #32 - paradox (07/31/2013) [-]
does he have pretzel wallpaper?
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