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NRA hates video games?
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Can't believe I made it past the title without swearing... FUCK YOURSELVES NRA. Aren't you supposed to be sucking a gun ban compromise out of some NY senator's cock? Instead of spouting bullshit about violent video games causing shootings? Do you even understand that saying that is the exact fucking same thing as some other ignorant shitbag saying GUNS CAUSE SHOOTINGS?!

tl: dr - Wayne La Pierre STFU about video games. Then go find a big bag of dicks, and eat them.
The motherfucker who said that shit never had to pick up itty bitty pieces of skull on the account of your dumb ass -Jules
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#2
Python73;68282 Wrote:Can't believe I made it past the title without swearing... FUCK YOURSELVES NRA. Aren't you supposed to be sucking a gun ban compromise out of some NY senator's cock? Instead of spouting bullshit about violent video games causing shootings? Do you even understand that saying that is the exact fucking same thing as some other ignorant shitbag saying GUNS CAUSE SHOOTINGS?!

tl: dr - Wayne La Pierre STFU about video games. Then go find a big bag of dicks, and eat them.

Let me guess, you don't find a direct connection between video games and violence?
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#3
Agreed. Don't fuck up my dream of GTAV glory!!!!!!!!!!!!!AngryBig Grin
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#4
The video games are not 100% of the problem but they do play a part I believe. The point he was trying to make was that numerous things have contributed to the creation of a violent society, video games and movies being part of the problem. Don't think so? Try spending some time playing CoD or any other shooter with today's generation of slackass kids. They are not grounded in reality. No the games didn't cause that, but they aren't helping either.

Wake up, the NRA is one of the few on our side. They are standing strong saying no compromise while the fudds are lining up to sell us out saying we are the problem. At this point I strongly believe if you don't support the NRA you may as well save yourself the trouble and get rid of your guns now.

Lastly, I can stand harsh language but your usage of it is not appropriate anywhere other than a video game, it does nothing to emphasize your point nor win you any support in this arena. I would suggest returning to whichever cyberspace realm from which you came huffing out of with that attitude.
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csmith;68325 Wrote:The video games are not 100% of the problem but they do play a part I believe. The point he was trying to make was that numerous things have contributed to the creation of a violent society, video games and movies being part of the problem. Don't think so? Try spending some time playing CoD or any other shooter with today's generation of slackass kids. They are not grounded in reality. No the games didn't cause that, but they aren't helping either.

Wake up, the NRA is one of the few on our side. They are standing strong saying no compromise while the fudds are lining up to sell us out saying we are the problem. At this point I strongly believe if you don't support the NRA you may as well save yourself the trouble and get rid of your guns now.

Lastly, I can stand harsh language but your usage of it is not appropriate anywhere other than a video game, it does nothing to emphasize your point nor win you any support in this arena. I would suggest returning to whichever cyberspace realm from which you came huffing out of with that attitude.

"The creation of a violent society." Are you claiming that society has only recently become violent? Are you unaware of the fact that America today has a lower violent crime rate than not only most of the civilized world, but also a lower crime-rate than it's own recorded history?

America doesn't have a violence problem. Video Games, like books or any other form of imaginative recreation are rarely grounded in reality. They're usually not expected to. The excessive usage of video games is little different from other culture's other excessive obsessions with other leisurely activities, such as shooting up heroin in Mexico, or drinking whisky and playing poker in early America. I'm fairly certain back then they probably had people trying to blame the cards for all of their problems to. It's a heart problem.
"As I lay rubber down the street I pray for traction I can keep, but if I spin and begin to slide, please dear God, protect my sweet ride."
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ByblosHex;68331 Wrote:
csmith;68325 Wrote:The video games are not 100% of the problem but they do play a part I believe. The point he was trying to make was that numerous things have contributed to the creation of a violent society, video games and movies being part of the problem. Don't think so? Try spending some time playing CoD or any other shooter with today's generation of slackass kids. They are not grounded in reality. No the games didn't cause that, but they aren't helping either.

Wake up, the NRA is one of the few on our side. They are standing strong saying no compromise while the fudds are lining up to sell us out saying we are the problem. At this point I strongly believe if you don't support the NRA you may as well save yourself the trouble and get rid of your guns now.

Lastly, I can stand harsh language but your usage of it is not appropriate anywhere other than a video game, it does nothing to emphasize your point nor win you any support in this arena. I would suggest returning to whichever cyberspace realm from which you came huffing out of with that attitude.

"The creation of a violent society." Are you claiming that society has only recently become violent? Are you unaware of the fact that America today has a lower violent crime rate than not only most of the civilized world, but also a lower crime-rate than it's own recorded history?

America doesn't have a violence problem. Video Games, like books or any other form of imaginative recreation are rarely grounded in reality. They're usually not expected to. The excessive usage of video games is little different from other culture's other excessive obsessions with other leisurely activities, such as shooting up heroin in Mexico, or drinking whisky and playing poker in early America. I'm fairly certain back then they probably had people trying to blame the cards for all of their problems to. It's a heart problem.

Well I really cant argue any of that. Tip my hat to you.
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#7
This post of yours from 11/13 explains so much Python:

Quote:Not so fast... I can tell you that as an adult, taking Adderall is the difference between staring at the screen while drooling on the keyboard and being alert and productive. For me. I'm not sure how it affects the chidrens, but everyone I know using it for ADHD and not just taking it for the hell of it / using it for college finals has positive experiences.

It took me many years of trying to figure out why my brain turned to mush for large chunks of the work day before I met a guy with the exact same issues until he was given this drug. And for the record, there are several other drugs that they make you try before they'll give you the one they know is going to work best. You can give thanks to big gov't and insurance companies for that.

Long story short... not all meds are bullshit. Just sayin.
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#8
I have no idea if Wayne Lapierre believes video games or movies have a causative effect of increasing violence in our society.

But I do bet he's smart enough that if the narrative is shifted, even slightly to games and Hollywood, that's less pressure on gun laws and owners.
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Spacemanvic;68341 Wrote:This post of yours from 11/13 explains so much Python:

That's curious. Since I think you are trying to say that my post was an adderall fueled rampage. Sadly I haven't have any blue wonders in several months. Which was the entire point of that post by the way... what a wonderful chemical. It doesn't make me angry, I'm naturally angry. It simply lights up my brains "concentration" bits. Getting my script renewed next week. Smile

Anyway... what I'm trying to get at with some NRA hate is this: we don't want a group of people who claim to be the leaders of some gun agenda (we don't have a gun agenda, we just want to be left alone to defend ourselves with whatever tools we find fit for the job) spouting blame on other things just to point attention away from guns. That's just silly. Playing with guns doesn't make kids violent (we had toy guns growing up), shooting targets of people doesn't make people violent, shooting pixels on your TV or computer screen doesn't make people violent.

1 - crazy people are going to be crazy, and do crazy shit
2 - people who aren't crazy can't be tricked into being crazy by games, books, food, etc
3 - stop looking for blame when blame is very easy to assign: "the crazy person who shot all those kids was crazy."

I think my point about the NRA, regardless of ranting is valid. These guys need to NOT be another group of politically entitled government system drones. You can't represent gun owners by making up shit to be angry at. Stick to the facts.
The motherfucker who said that shit never had to pick up itty bitty pieces of skull on the account of your dumb ass -Jules
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Python73;68346 Wrote:
Spacemanvic;68341 Wrote:This post of yours from 11/13 explains so much Python:

That's curious. Since I think you are trying to say that my post was an adderall fueled rampage. Sadly I haven't have any blue wonders in several months. Which was the entire point of that post by the way... what a wonderful chemical. It doesn't make me angry, I'm naturally angry. It simply lights up my brains "concentration" bits. Getting my script renewed next week. Smile

Anyway... what I'm trying to get at with some NRA hate is this: we don't want a group of people who claim to be the leaders of some gun agenda (we don't have a gun agenda, we just want to be left alone to defend ourselves with whatever tools we find fit for the job) spouting blame on other things just to point attention away from guns. That's just silly. Playing with guns doesn't make kids violent (we had toy guns growing up), shooting targets of people doesn't make people violent, shooting pixels on your TV or computer screen doesn't make people violent.

1 - crazy people are going to be crazy, and do crazy shit
2 - people who aren't crazy can't be tricked into being crazy by games, books, food, etc
3 - stop looking for blame when blame is very easy to assign: "the crazy person who shot all those kids was crazy."

I think my point about the NRA, regardless of ranting is valid. These guys need to NOT be another group of politically entitled government system drones. You can't represent gun owners by making up shit to be angry at. Stick to the facts.



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Video games do help to desensitize in the sense that repetitive exposure to stimulus does alter or influence thought, especially in those easily influenced. Sex sells for a reason.
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