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Tech addiction related to violence

Postby Darthwing Teorist on Wed May 21, 2008 7:59 am

I knew it that you guys are killers in disguise:

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И ам тхе террор тхат флапс ин тхе нигхт! И ам тхе црамп тхат руинс ёур форм! И ам... ДАРКWИНГ ДУЦК!
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Re: Tech addiction related to violence

Postby Bär on Wed May 21, 2008 9:19 am

If that means I'd like to kill fuckers who drive and talk on their bleeding mobile phones, then yes.
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Re: Tech addiction related to violence

Postby Darth Rock&Roll on Wed May 21, 2008 10:36 am

I enjoy a weekly destruction of a batch of nerds with a side of geeks.

It refreshes the knuckles and makes the girls drool.

mmmm tech violence!
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Re: Tech addiction related to violence

Postby TaoJoannes on Wed May 21, 2008 1:24 pm

There may be something to it...


I remember growing up, I had a few friends who would get downright scary with the Nintendo and shit, throwing it at the TV, throwing controllers, spitting at the TV, all kinds of whacky bullshit. An adult friend complained to me about her teenager. His gaming rage was getting so intense the apartment complex almost evicted them due to the noise and property damage, and she could do nothing to control him.

Now me, when I have a game console, it's all about Saturday morning in the PJ's with a fat blunt to take the edge off the work week. Even online, I stopped getting mad about the idiots years ago. It's a good thing. Bottom line is I think parents need to be involved in their kids life in a positive way, but society and the media seem to be dead set against that happening. Not that the parents have a clue, either, in most cases.
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