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Children Majoring in Techno-Mayhem

The7Sticks Wrote: Oct 12, 2013 2:45 AM
So the bad parent isn't to blame for being stupid enough to buy their kid a game that's rated for ages 17 Or older? Yeah, that makes a lot of sense, about as much sense as finding a correlation between violent games and real world violence.
Actually, it isn't illegal to sell mature-rated video games to minors, but the ESRB regularly enforces the ratings more stridently than other mediums like movies and music.
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Do We Really Want a Cold War II?

The7Sticks Wrote: Aug 09, 2013 4:32 PM
What he's trying to tell you is that the ROC has been infiltrated by the KGB in an attempt to use totalitarianism disguised as religion to take away the rights of the people. Nobody seems to mention that the Russian government passed an anti-blasphemy law that gives the ROC unlimited government protection from any criticism, whether slanderous or constructive. They went after P-Riot first, it will be us next (those of us who are not part of the ROC.)
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Do We Really Want a Cold War II?

The7Sticks Wrote: Aug 09, 2013 4:20 PM
Free P*ssy Riot!
And may I ask which of those finishing moves in "Mortal Kombat" you mentioned used a gun to commit the deed? I did a quick Wikipedia search on the weapons used in the game, and out of over a hundred weapons, I could only identify three of them as guns. (http://mortalkombat.wikia.com/wiki/Category:Weapons)
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Why Did He Kill All Those Children?

The7Sticks Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 10:19 PM
It's always the violent video games, isn't it? Tell me, if the left is trying so hard to protect the video game industry, then how come it is the LEFT that is always trying to get violent content regulated? Do you know which conservative it was that sponsored that particular law in California that would ban the sale of violent video games to minors? Actually it was a liberal Democrat state senator, Leland Yee, who coincidentally also wanted to get Rush Limbaugh pulled off the airwaves because of that off-color remark he made about Asian people. And you know which conservative is trying to get a useless study conducted about the so-called link between violent video games and violent crime? Wrong again, it's liberal Democrat Jay Rockefeller.
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Spot the Newest Low

The7Sticks Wrote: Apr 13, 2012 4:04 PM
Seems to me that you are the one who didn't read the article. Did you read the first couple of paragraphs about how apparently it's offensive to show a nun in a bikini? By that kind of logic, wouldn't a TV show like "The Flying Nun" be patently offensive because Sister Bertrell had the ability to fly and get into all sorts of hijinks, or because she was played by Sally Field, who (oh my goodness gracious) she played Gidget, a beach bunny? Oh, wait a minute, the credits said that the show was made in cooperation with the National Catholic Film and Television organization. And to think it's only liberals who are brittle.
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Spot the Newest Low

The7Sticks Wrote: Apr 13, 2012 3:50 PM
What does "The Three Stooges" have to do with that? What the author perniciously did was to tie an unrelated story about a six-year-old girl drinkining out of a "penls-and-testicles cup" to a nun wearing a bikini in "The Three Stooges" as if they are mutually relateable. First of all, this is political correctness run amok. To hear the real poobahs say "Oh, woes me, you can't show a nun in a bikini!" is tantamount to saying "you can't show a Muslim woman in casual dress."
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Spot the Newest Low

The7Sticks Wrote: Apr 13, 2012 3:39 PM
Sounds like someone has been drinking a little too much communion "whine". That, or you have never seen an episode of the "Flying Nun".
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