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Originally posted by Jordan River
I find it a little ironic that a person by the name of cyrax posted something about violent videogames
Originally posted by ashanu90
reply to post by thisguyrighthere
o wow can you post a link to that?
Originally posted by Dark Ghost
Another tragedy "caused" by video games. Let's just ignore all the other variables and agree that violent video games are responsible for this man's death. I mean really, what other reasons could there be?
Originally posted by CYRAX
reply to post by ashanu90
how in the world is it the parents fault did the parents teach the kid if you dont get what you want kill them? come on this kid is not normal and deserves a lifetime sentence i have no remorse for people like him
Truly I believe the kid needs to be examined for psychological problems. Of course he does. Then go from there. That he went right back to playing is a pretty good indication he's too removed from reality to get the 'big picture'.
This is one of the reasons Im weary of having kids. You could do everything by the book right but something could just be broken in that kids head.
Originally posted by crowdedskies
reply to post by CYRAX
I cannot stop noticing the evil in kids nowadays. Some more evil than others but all mostly evil. It takes a lot of effort from parents to keep their kids on the right track, especially with all the peer pressure.
I for one have decided that it it the wrong time to bring kids to the world. It may be ok in some 100 years time when good souls start coming back.
What I cannot stand are the parents who never discipline their kids and don't keep an eye on what they are up to.
In my days , if my parents stopped me from doing something I would probably sulk for a week. Then they would bring me back by taking me to some exciting event and everything would be fine.
It's no good trying to find excuses from what that beast did to his father.
I do not accept all the arguments about being a product of society, etc. You are dealing with pure evil hat has spread into the world.
Mr Baynham was out celebrating getting a new job with his partner when the attack, likened by a witness to a scene from 1971 film A Clockwork Orange, took place. "What happened was an all too familiar and depressing tale of drunken, loutish behaviour — but what they did went far beyond mere anti-social conduct," he said.