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User avatar #65 - HunterAlpha (08/27/2010) [-]
this takes me back to when i turned 18 and FINALLY started doing things my way. one day my mom comes home and she sees me playing America's Army on the PC. AA, as many of you no doubt know, is a very realistic, yet not particularly gory, modern day combat simulator in an FPS format.

my mom went absolutely ******* , screaming that "her baby is a murderer", then after ranting and raving for several minutes she goes to her room and cries(which she always does when she doesn't get her way). now here i am, 23 and still haven't gone out and put anyone in the morgue. in fact, i am much more mellow than i was back then. i am a responsible Citizen, i carry a handgun but i have a license and don't carry where i'm not allowed.
User avatar #66 to #65 - HunterAlpha (08/27/2010) [-]
and yet i can name you dozens of people who never even saw or heard of a computer or TV who murdered tons of people: Attila the Hun, Genghis Khan, Jesse James, William Bonny, Jack the Ripper, Adolf Hitler, John Wesley Hardin, Clay Allison,
and my own great-great-great-great-great grandfather Samuel Dugal, a pirate who personally murdered at least a dozen people, as well raping several women.
User avatar #70 to #66 - captainfuckitall (08/27/2010) [-]
haha, thats what i always said.

parents always say video games make killers, but i'm pretty sure jack the ripper never had a PS3. please, someone correct me if i'm wrong :P
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