"How is it that video games can transform otherwise fun-loving, family-focused children? It's all in the adrenalin, stimulated by the speed, sex, and violence of the games."
They also link video games to acting out towards parents, not wanting to achieve in real life, and being unable to relate to each other. There's so many things wrong with this that I don't even know where to begin...
...Unfortunately, I don't really have time to get into it right now. You see, everyone at work is scaring me, and I'm tired of my job, so I'm going to go home and sit in my closet and cry for a few hours. Then, I'm going to rent a car and drive across the country (and 50 mph over the speed limit, mind you) to find Foosh so that I can punch him in the face. Foosh, it's nothing personal, I just have this urge to punch you in the face over and over and over.
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