Hey guys, a cure for cancer was actually discovered! Better yet, it’s really cheap to manufacture, simple to administer, and doesn’t even require rare components! So what are Missouri’s university researchers busy with at the moment? Attempting to prove that video games make people violent. Again.
Let’s make one thing clear: Video games don’t make people violent…
AND I’LL FUCKING KILL ANYONE WHO DISAGREES!!!
But seriously, it’s just yet more propaganda. It happens literally all the time. Insane lawyers (*cough*), out-of-touch politicians, even so-called researchers who lack plain old common sense… People just seem to constantly push their agendas backed by religious morals, questionable ethics or outdated thinking onto others. Remember when they tried to pull that shit last year? And the year before? What about five years ago? When the original Mortal Kombat was released in 1992? When Death Race came out in 1976? Remember when people who also refused to evolve and accept the changing of times said the same thing about movies, rock ‘n’ roll music, and even radio?
Ridiculous, all of it. But then why would you want to work of making the cure to one of the most widespread, enduring, lethal and family-destroying illnesses available to people everywhere, when you could instead force your retrograde ideals on them? Way to go, Missouri. Way to go, “researchers”. Way to go, society.
[PS.: Yes, I do have more material coming. I'm just really busy these days since I'll be moving to the other side of the country shortly.]
Update: A good friend of mine introduced me to a show called “Penn & Teller’s Bullshit!”. More specifically, the following episode is about the supposed correlation between video games and violence. I more than recommend watching it, as it contains quite a bit of information and actual research.