What a Dick. California Senator Lee actually had the balls to say that gamers should be quiet and had no say in the topic of violence in video games and their e Leland yee senator Assclown Video Games
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What a Dick

California Senator Lee actually had the balls to say that gamers should be quiet and had no say in the topic of violence in video games and their effects on people. He's like Jack Thompson, except more retarded.

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User avatar #12 - hargleblarg (01/25/2013) [+] (9 replies)
Every single game he's holding has an M rating..as in, children should not be ******* playing these games.

Who controls what the children play? The parents. If a kid plays that game, don't blame the industry, blame the parent.
#31 - robhdf (01/26/2013) [+] (3 replies)
#36 - ecov ONLINE (01/26/2013) [+] (4 replies)
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That cunt ass ****** just teabagged me....

I better shoot up a ******* school
#109 - gibroner (01/26/2013) [+] (4 replies)
hey man it's true people imitate video games  I remember as impressionable boy of 6 when I got a nintendo 64 and after a few hours of playing donkey kong I had turned into an ape and went around killing gators and collecting golden bananas (gif semi-related)
hey man it's true people imitate video games I remember as impressionable boy of 6 when I got a nintendo 64 and after a few hours of playing donkey kong I had turned into an ape and went around killing gators and collecting golden bananas (gif semi-related)
#338 - nebraksa corn (01/26/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I work at an old persons home and I had an older gentleman begin to lecture me about how my generation is ****** up because of all the glorified violence in the media and video games. I responded with 'Video games? I don't have time for those. Im too busy watching john wayne movies and learning about the wars your generation glorified and only the 70 million lives that came with, but really, whos counting anyways?'

annndddd lets just say I dont work there anymore
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User avatar #15 - Vandeekree (01/25/2013) [+] (35 replies)
He has a point, it's like someone on drugs saying drugs don't hurt anyone.
I think the only way to determine it would be for third parties to conduct research.
User avatar #21 to #15 - TheFreak (01/25/2013) [-]
Think of it this way. An overprotective mom wants to ban horror films from a local tv station because she believes fake gore will psychologically scar her children. She takes the case to court before a judge (a neutral third party) but refuses to let in a horror film enthusiast to speak in defense of the films because she deems him "biased" despite the fact that he is living, speaking proof that horror films do not inevitably traumatize the viewers. Same deal.
#54 - drainbramage (01/26/2013) [+] (3 replies)
This guy is exactly right, I mean, travelling the wild west, killing bandits, getting revenge, performing assassinations on people that killed a family that doesn't exist and beating up hookers totally leads to people shooting up a school.
User avatar #295 - zombiepipboy (01/26/2013) [-]
i bet that guy can read minds
#3 - felixjarl ONLINE (01/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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Why cant some people just...shut up.
#293 - deliciousdee ONLINE (01/26/2013) [+] (3 replies)
That's like saying you want to put regulations on another country and saying the country in question doesn't get to have a say in the matter. That's ******* retarded.
User avatar #298 - kanra (01/26/2013) [+] (2 replies)
God forbid parents take responsibility for what their children play! Oh no, let's ban video games, that'll fix it.

/massive eyeroll
User avatar #272 - I Am Monkey (01/26/2013) [+] (9 replies)
Hear me out here; I actually want them to put a label on games that says "Warning: May cause violent behavior". Why? Because you'd have to be a ******* idiot to believe it. You know who are ******* idiots? The parents buying their 11 year old Rated M games. This might actually help combat the massive influx of little kids in gaming.

Little kids are ruining the industry for the rest of us. Developers these days are selling out left and right because their they're realizing that their fans aren't nearly as profitable as middle schoolers with unlimited access to their parents wallets. More and more were seeing beloved franchises destroyed by dumbed down casual **** that panders to 7th graders with no motor skills. You think it's a coincidence that Call of Duty is the highest selling franchise of all time and is infested with squeakers. Nope. They were the first ones to go for the low hanging fruit of tween gaming, they hit the jackpot and now all the other developers are trying to do the same. The only way were going to keep gaming for gamers is to find a way to keep the little kids out.
User avatar #367 - srapture (01/26/2013) [+] (1 reply)
He has a point. Ever since I played pacman, I just haven't been able to control my obsessive cannibalism.
#399 - Plagus (01/26/2013) [-]
I hope he returns those to his son.
I hope he returns those to his son.
#208 - thisotherdude (01/26/2013) [+] (8 replies)
When an avid Dark Souls player goes into a school and starts killing children with a claymore then maybe I'll consider the whole "video games cause violence" thing, but while your evidence is only along the lines of "some crazy guy shot up a school, oh and he happened to play video games like everyone else, it was the video games!" you won't convince me.
#189 - sausydangles (01/26/2013) [-]
Our government continues to believe that we aren't responsible enough to handle ourselves because of mentally ill people that played violent video games. I'm so sick of this regulation and nanny nation crap from mostly democrats but also republicans. Government needs to stop interfering in everyone's lives and just let everyone do whatever they want. If a person is only hurting themselves by doing something, let them continue doing that action or let the people who care about them deal with it but don't take my tax dollars and try and fix the ****** . Sorry that I raged hard fj but I hate politicians like this and they rustle my jimmies so damn hard.
#45 - dreamcast (01/26/2013) [+] (8 replies)
I can understand his logic and if you ask me it makes sense for him to say this. You see Funnyjunk when you are a politician you don't actually know anything about politics. You just kinda read the news and assume everything they say is the truth. So this guy is just thinking ( well if anyone actually asked me about politics id just make something up. So the gamers must be doing the same thing .) As you can all see politicians and ******* stupid and research nothing about these topics. They simply assume because some very strict parents next door said video games promote violence, that they actually do. It's like saying a male child playing with male action figures makes them gay.
#234 - Yojimbo (01/26/2013) [-]
Truly a stupid argument. People can draw violent inspiration from anywhere because violence is everywhere. Movies, TV, games, books, comics, the news, even nature. Trying to pin it on one thing is ridiculous. Surprised Mortal Kombat didn't get a shout out like it usually does when people blame video games for violence.
User avatar #1 - huntergriff ONLINE (01/25/2013) [+] (5 replies)
didn't california lift its ban of m-rated games a couple of years ago? they did something with video games a couple of years ago...
User avatar #4 to #2 - huntergriff ONLINE (01/25/2013) [-]
And he's making the same argument again? honestly this is all futile unless we just completely get rid of the constitution...
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