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Are Violent Video Games Adequately Preparing Children For The Apocalypse?

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They teach important life lessons

I dunno, I've been jumping and slamming my head into bricks for years, and have never once gotten any money or food or flowers out of them.

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And I've been touching every mushroom I see, hoping I'll get taller.

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I'm pretty sure video games are preparing the next generation to be even lazier and more stoned than the current one.

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I'm pretty sure video games are preparing the next generation to be even lazier and more stoned than the current one.

Sad, but true. I can think of a few people I went to high school with that are unemployed and have more or less quit life to smoke weed and play Halo.

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Yeah, video games are fun.... Gran Turismo 1-4, Heroes of the Pacific...

but if you stop living your life to PLAY 24/7 in a virtual one, well, the word

PATHETIC comes to mind.

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I wish I had z's luck. I haven't touched anyone's mushroom in ages.

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