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Are you worried that video game violence can lead to real life violence? Maybe you should be. Here's a PSA.
Julian Smith takes a dark look at how video game violence can lead to trouble.
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Is this meant to be a joke or is it serious.
yea Ive been playing hitman so now im gonna take a power cord and go on a murder spree you cant be serious.
It's pretty awful that you guys post this garbage. Stick to what you do best please.
I think I give the GI Community to much credit, this was obviously a joke. Julian Smith is a comedy channel.
And now I want a shower.
Seriously, why is this here not the TED Talk that recently argued that action games can improve several skills tied to education and learning?
Unfortunately, I do drink 'Racist Coffee' on a daily basis.
I don't drink racist coffee.
It was like he was talking a shower with his shirt on!
I just feel really bad for Joe... :(
Well, there's two minutes of my life I'll never get back. That was one of the dumbest things I've ever watched.
Everybody (well, at least all the gamers) knows a video game is only as violent as the player. I think Smith did a fine job pinpointing how utterly stupid most people can be when it comes to violence and video games.
This isn't funny...
That wasn't funny...
This was funny until the hose scene. Then it just went off the deep end into disturbing and offensive.