View Poll Results: Do You Think That Violent Video Games/ Movies Are An Issue

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    Re: Do You Think That Violent Video Games/ Movies Are An Issue

    Quote Originally Posted by DVSentinel View Post
    Yep. Like say politician that worry more about popularity than about actual solutions. After all, if they do what actually works but don't get re-elected, how could they ever survive in a real job market?
    I've got an example, before the election Obama agreed to recognize gay marriage. After he won, he changed his mind. They're only in it for the power and money is what I think.

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    Re: Do You Think That Violent Video Games/ Movies Are An Issue

    Quote Originally Posted by Wake View Post
    I believe violent video games and media serves as a negative influence, and has increasingly influenced our society in negatives. It's not surprising that many people have become desensitized to violence and gore. Just think of that espicable movie, Hostel and the rest of that trash. They're catalysts that affect the mind which already has "cracks" in it. Or from a totally different perspective... we're animals that're trying to act like something we're not.... violence and destruction is normal for animals.
    Then why not focus on the cracks instead of making media the scapegoat? This is another case of blaming the tool instead of blaming the user. It's funny because folks like that NRA head say we shouldn't blame objects (guns), yet he turns around and blames objects (video games) anyway. We can't cut off logic where it's most convenient for us.

    I play violent video games and see violent media all the time but I have the maturity to realize the difference between reality and entertainment. Millions of people are like that.


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    Re: Do You Think That Violent Video Games/ Movies Are An Issue

    Quote Originally Posted by Wake View Post
    I believe violent video games and media serves as a negative influence, and has increasingly influenced our society in negatives. It's not surprising that many people have become desensitized to violence and gore. Just think of that espicable movie, Hostel and the rest of that trash. They're catalysts that affect the mind which already has "cracks" in it. Or from a totally different perspective... we're animals that're trying to act like something we're not.... violence and destruction is normal for animals.
    The people that go out and kill because they watched a movie or played a game would have done so anyways. BTW ever play war as a child cowboys and Indians?

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