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Originally posted by Udo Hohnekamp Lux.
Average education at end of school has so much dropped in
the last decades that most employers putting those video kids to employ-
ment tests complain about those kids´mental capacities.
What the heck is going on, when a kid after 8 years of primary schooling
cannot in the majority of cases shown on tv answer the question :
how many square meters is 1.00 x 1.50, especially when trying to become
a professional carpenter ?
After years and many hours of video games per day they are unable to
distinguish between virtual and reality. They are forgetting how much fun
it can be to compete on a sportsground or to participate in social activities.
Originally posted by Markz0rAlso LOL@Bulger referance, those children had parenting issues and were allowed to watch Childs Play, I severly doubt in '93 there were games like MW2 or GTA 4.
Originally posted by Revolution-2012I've been playing violent video games my whole life, it hasn't ever affected me, more importantly I believe children are effected by the living environment they are raised in! Parents yelling at each other, bullies, stuff like that is what promotes violence, not video games.