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User avatar #159 - thepalmtoptiger (12/15/2012) [-]
>Fox News
>"What a tragic event, what could have caused this? Let's ask our expert."
>"Video games, definitely video games, they are the root of all that is evil."

>Later
>People find a kid on facebook with the same name
>likes Mass Effect
>Angry, ignorant people start spamming the Mass Effect page

I ******* hate Fox News.
User avatar #248 to #159 - hauptishere (12/16/2012) [-]
Well obviously Fox News has to say video games. If they mentioned anything like gun control regulations (or the lack-their-of) the NRA would have a **** storm and their checkbooks would cease supporting all things republican.
User avatar #223 to #159 - ronyx ONLINE (12/16/2012) [-]
One expert mentioned that kids today are more exposed to violence in movies, video games etc and that this makes us less sensible. I think it makes sense that people with mental problems would be greatly influenced by what they are exposed to. Of course somebody that doesn't have any mental problems will not be influenced by violence in the general media.

It's like some people who start watching gore and over the time they feel nothing when they watch gore.
#207 to #159 - astafarianp (12/15/2012) [-]
On Fox, Mike Huckabee said school shootings happen because we are taking God out of schools. Wtf? I'm an atheist but i don't have a strange urge to kill people.
User avatar #205 to #159 - swordmasterralis ONLINE (12/15/2012) [-]
>Fox News
Why are you suprised in the least bit?
User avatar #177 to #159 - fuzzyballs (12/15/2012) [-]
the thing I noticed when watching american tv shows, your "experts" are kind of... well... dumb
self-proclaimed experts are the worst
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