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#151 - N. Korean citizen (04/26/2013) [-]
I would say if anything t.v, books and films have about the same level of effect as video games do with light vartaion of course I
#92 - HeartOfTheDL (04/26/2013) [-]
I agree, the viddy games may not be the cause of violence but it does expose the individual to it. The ones that act upon them are already unstable and anything could have triggered the response.
I played CoD (yes I know I'm a faggot) and when it came to my actual first time holding a real gun, I could feel the actually weight and power behind it. I scared the hell out of me, the immense power and knowing what it does, I would hope to god that I will never be in a situation to actually have to shoot something that is alive. Heck I wouldn't shoot an animal if I could avoid it.
The point is that a sane person would know the difference from shooting pixels at pixels in comparison to holding a real gun. There is a huge difference and those that can't see the difference is abnormal.
I think it is important that we expose ourselves to violence. Knowing what it can and will do in real life is something important and sheltering will lead to ignorance. The iron giant is a good example of exposing. Although you wouldn't want to completely expose them to violence, letting them know of it and not hiding it would be better.
TL;DR - Learning about violence does not make you violence but can be a factor for an unstable person.
#104 - HeartOfTheDL (04/26/2013) [-]
Glock 9mm I believe. I'm no gun pro nor do I really know too much about guns. All I know is that shit's dangerous and as much as I like the power it entitles, I'd only pick up a firearm and shoot if it's at targets. The second time was a .22 rifle and I was going to go shotgun but even with the 9mm the recoil was massive for me. Massive respect for those that can shoot and control the recoil and maintain accuracy. One day I'll shoot a shotgun..one day.
If it's a bb gun or paintball then I have no problem shooting someone if they are protected. Then again the last time I went paintballing us guys were told to man the fuck up and go without the padding. Though I did get a pretty sweet shot on my freind hiding behind barrels. I sniped him right in the mask between the barrels.
#107 - thegamerslife (04/26/2013) [-]
You must realize a pellet gun with a velocity of 1200fps is the same thing as a standard 22lr.
They really aren't dangerous when you always follow the 5 golden rules. shotguns ain't that bad really, maybe try an AR-15 first though and work up rifle calibers if you are trying to gradually go to higher recoiling firearms.
Useful link > www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKk45i9DzDA
Selfless promotion > www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwvzwXYGyMQ
#109 - HeartOfTheDL (04/26/2013) [-]
Thanks, though I live in Aussie and for long holidays I visit my parents in Malaysia. I'll eventually go to the Americas when I have money to do so. There are gun ranges in Aussie but they have the guns chained to the firing station (I don't know the terminology). The ones I've gone to were in Malaysia and Phuket.
All I know is don't fool around while handling a firearm, don't point it at anything you don't want to shoot, don't run in front of someone shooting and keep finger off trigger even with the safety on.
I was actually going to inherit a shotgun from my grandfather. Apparently it was a really good and sought out model I think it's make was a winchester. I did not and do not have a gun licence and I can't bring it back to Aussie with me. The Malaysian police was more then happy to take it from my family. I regret not going hunting with my grandfather but knowing me I wouldn't like or want to kill anything.
#111 - HeartOfTheDL (04/26/2013) [-]
True, back then all i could think about was I spend every year traveling back to Malaysia to meet my grandparents and my nose can't stand the pollution there. It becomes very uncomfortable after a few days in JB (the first city if you are going up from Singapore on the way to KL). He also didn't go out hunting when we come back to spend more time with us. We did go fishing and I did inherit his fishing and hunting knives.
Can I ask why to avoid them?
#114 - thegamerslife (04/26/2013) [-]
The first three mostly because they are basically police states now and getting into any conversation where you don't conform/agree to there ways can get you in a lot of "trouble" with the law. like to point out they are also the strictest states on gun ownership and carry, so the police are the only ones standing between civilians and criminals which adds to the severity of their jobs and some say justifies it, but for me I avoid them.
now is when people are going to bitch about civilians carrying guns and how it make you less safe so inb4 those bitches: www.abc4.com/content/about_4/bios/story/conceal-and-carry-stabbing-salt-lake-city-smiths/NDNrL1gxeE2rsRhrWCM9dQ.cspx
Our armed civilians save lives and/or stop crimes every day(thousands of times a day(nearly a million times a year))
^ tl;dr the crime rates are higher in these states than other states.
Now Arizona because that states officers have the right to stop ANYONE they want for no reason and ask for their papers, or proof they can legally be there...never going there either and I'm white...no thanks.
#121 - HeartOfTheDL (04/26/2013) [-]
Ah right, I don't quite have an opinion on civilians owning guns. I've never lived in a country that has gun ownership, two countries I would say you could bribe and get a firearm the rest were anti-gun. I can see both sides of the arguments but never really experienced owning or living in a country that has guns so my opinion isn't of an experienced one. If anything I'll say regulating guns are fine but taking it away from the public will not be a wise idea. Criminals will not abide by that law and you'll leave the citizens defenceless.
I can see why concealed fire arms might be a problem but not everyone is a psycho. Here in Aussie anything that can be used as a weapon can be taken and you will be perceived as a threat. No pocket knives or even a bug zapper. Heck even my Assassin's creed replica hidden blade I'm scared to take out to a convention. It is a concealed "weapon" though I don't see it doing any harm since the blade will bend on contact.
There was a murder I think or a rape that happened close to the city (city is the safest) if the person had something to defend themselves with maybe it might not have happened. The criminals probably had a knife of even a firearm. There isn't that many shootings but crime will happen wether the civilians has fire arms or even knifes/swords. Though I do feel safe knowing that there is a lower chance a person will pull out a gun and shoot me.
#126 - thegamerslife (04/26/2013) [-]
common misconceptions about America lead by our politicians and media.
we already have regulations in place that work pretty well to stop criminals form getting guns.
at least watch this one: www.youtube.com/watch?v=2erIOR50tPU
these two are also good:www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_b6qECOxNE
anyways back to my point, (seriously watch the first link.) because fewer are aloud to carry, their are more gang members and criminals taking advantage of the fact that you are more likely to be unarmed with an average police response time of 12 minutes...just saying the crime rates are higher because there are more potential victims.
I should get a notepad and type this for how many times I retype it: I live in an are where the amount of guns easily out numbers the people yet we have a very low crime rate, and a very very low violent crime rate (the most i hear about are cars broken into while you are in a store or something), we also have in this county alone roughly 40,000 active conceal carry licenses. It is apparent that where you go and the safety you can get will be depicted by the gun laws (in this country). But another thing we have that you may not is something similar to our Mexican drug cartels, and if Texas were to take up the same type of gun laws NY has, there would be a lot more innocent people dead each day.
also that news story I linked you previously, that kind of thing never gets played on our mainstream networks, that is a local news program that reported it (and only them)...so a lot of people only see the death cause by guns and glorified by our bigger, nationwide networks...it is truly sad.
Rant mode over: sleep mode initiating. lol
#129 - HeartOfTheDL (04/26/2013) [-]
Right now my internet is being a bit slow so I'll watch it when I get a chance to.
Yeah I expected to be wrong in some way and my information comes from big news network. Not sure if we have a drug lord but I don't think there is a large organised crime group that I've heard of. I know there was a huge mafia kind of thing back in the day but I don't think it's that big now a days, I may be wrong. Honestly I think it's just like the nukes, in order to prevent the others from using nukes you have nukes as a safety net. Pretty much a levelled playing field is what guns do in a civilian life.
If Aussie had a knife law or some sort of personal protection then I would carry a metal stick (kind of like robin/nightwing) If it was foldable would be great. Then again I'd rather have martial arts training. Anyway long winded speech is long. I'll let you sleep. Night.
#89 - N. Korean citizen (04/26/2013) [-]
Personally, there is a large mental gap between REAL violence, gore, etc and fictional violence and gore. I'll watch graphic horror movies without flinching at all, but I remember feeling sick watching a drivers ed video in which there was gore I knew was real. Video games, movies, and pretty much all other forms of entertainment do not cause violence. Society itself creates violence by deeming it socially acceptable, and refusing to treat those with mental conditions that might be dangerous until they reach a tipping point.
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