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NotPropagandized Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 12:02 PM
OK, let's do a poll. What do you think? Does American "Gun Culture" come from: __ A. Law abiding, responsible and safe gun owners, hunters, target shooters? __ B. Irresponsible visual media such as "Hollywood", some rap-videos, etc? Call / write your senators and congressperson.
cmcboss Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 12:24 PM
Lizzy Bordon didn't murderer her parents with the axe because a Hollywood show or rap song made her do it. It's a new heart she needed.
tuttletacoma Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 12:05 PM
among hispanic gangbangers

the movie Scarface is reported to be their favorite flic

seems they get excited talking about "their little friend" and proving how tough they are when surrounded by their crew
ecruz Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 12:22 PM
If that is the case then the government should stop Hollywood from making violent movies
Carl469 Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 11:56 PM
I've seen "Scarface" about five times and I haven't pulled off any violent crimes. The so-called "research" connecting depictions of violence with actual violence is weak, if not laughable. What's next? Are we going to blame every murder or suicide on "Hamlet" because the perpetrator saw a performance at one point or another?

Hooray for Hollywood and director Brian DePalma in particular.

Not really, but you'd think this nationally-televised sermon on gun control might at least land the guy an offer of a weekend show, or something.  In the wake of the horrific murder-suicide that rocked the NFL over the weekend, Costas devoted a halftime monologue during NBC's Sunday Night Football broadcast to repeating the anti-gun inanities of a Kansas City-based sportswriter:
 


MSNBC joking aside, this was not one of the famed sportscaster's finer moments.  Costas can't hide behind the "I was merely quoting someone else's opinion"...

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