posted on Apr, 22 2013 @ 11:56 AM
reply to post by JohnPhoenix
Actually, more than not they were insane. I am using the video game as an analogy that eventually a person has to do it in real life, like a serial
killer killing pets and small animals. A rapist who may molest a family member before moving on. I am not saying it is motivation...but it could quell
Can we stop it, no, but there are flags, ALWAYS, and we see that today in Newtown. He was bullied and beat up at the same age and same school he went
on the rampage.
Why is it 99% of the time a killer is described as 'the nice kid next-door or great student no trouble' right after the fact? Because a lot of time
it is just ignored or out of control with no help. No one to turn too. You saw that in Aurora..parents knew something was up and at least admitted it.
I used to make office maps where i worked and we played Unreal3 back in the day on a late shift at a software company. Today, if they found that one
my computer I would be arrested for planning a workplace massacre.