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    • 🦀Epstein’s gone🦀
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    • As a GameStop employee the best parts of my day are denying kids grand theft auto v
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    • The ESRB was created for the sole purpose of parents knowing what games have violence. Now they choose to fucking ignore it.
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    • I say if you won't let your kid see R rated movies yet you shouldn't let them play M rated games
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    • Dude if video games get banned that’s the last straw my ass is moving. I need video games so I can stop thinking about all the stupid depressing shit that happens in the world that I can’t help or change.
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    • "There must be a way I can stop my kids from playing violent video games." "Hey mom can I get GTA and a headset so I can say the N word?" "Yeah sure go away"
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    • If video game get banned I have a feeling of weed purchase will sky rocket cause there's nothing else better to do
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    • God forbid parents actually monitor what media their young kids consume and...parent them
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    • I work in a retail store. Parents will literally buy the kid what ever game they want. Then at my register ask “is that appropriate for his/her age?”. Its always an “M” rated game when they ask. Just why? Why are parents stupid?
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    • If they ban video games i will become violent
      lebleu 10 aug
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    • I mean we’ve all played cod when we were kids and it wasn’t the game getting us mad, it was the Xbox 360 chat let’s be real
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    • I swear if video games get banned, I’m starting a second revolution
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    • Parents would rather blame society and make everyone else pay instead of taking responsibility for themselves. Cause it's easier to blame everyone else and not admit you are wrong
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    • Kids are like guns. We have them then we don’t do the responsible thing and deal with them properly and something stupid happens and we blame everything else. It’s your kid. Try raising them properly being polite and to interact with society and we could mature as a race. The human race.
      Pistoleer 10 aug
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    • If your kid can’t handle a little online violence, then your kid is emotionally unstable as it is.
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    • I've played Halo ever since I was 7 and I'm still a great person and non violent nor wanting a gun so fuck you
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    • Sounds about right, it's why cod is full of kids. Its because of irresponsible parents
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    • 100% parents faults for exposing your young kid's mind to violent video games. No doubt
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    • People really saying video games make kids violent but I barely feel the need to tell a waitress when she fills my sprite glass with water
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    • That's... Actually a staggeringly good point. Because the cashier at game stores are required to ask for a parent or guardian when a child asks to buy a rated M video game, which are, on the whole, the more violent video games out there.
      Hezakigha 12 aug
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    • Love how parents are getting the triggered even though they are the ones who bought them yeah karen buy GTA V for a seven year old then blame the game
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    • It's like when Deadpool came out. Parents were complaining that there were too many lewd jokes and too much violence and how there should have been a warning to not take your kids to see it... It was rated R...
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    • To bad video games don’t cause violence so there is no reason to not let your child play games
      IMHORNY 10 aug
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    • One of the best parts of working at GameStop was telling the parents that GTA was rated M and then showing them WHY it was rated M, and watching their kid try to convince them it wasn't THAT bad
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    • For people who think they can actually ban games, they can’t. That would interfere with our rights and would put hundreds of people out of work. Not only that but there would be riots and protests. Most of you know this but I say this for people who are actually worried games could be banned.
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    • There's going to be a day when you see someone on the street and ask them for "The Stuff". He's gonna open his trenchcoat and you're gonna see rated M video games instead of drugs
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    • Raise your hand if you’ve been playing M rated games since you were old enough to speak a coherent sentence
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    • People who want the government to control every aspect of their lives don’t understand or deserve freedom
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    • I really don’t think video games make people violent.
      Codyyyy 10 aug
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    • SOMEBODY FINALLY FCKING SAID IT
      Alwy 10 aug
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    • Ratings are not the most accurate because everyone has a different maturity level, so it is up to the parents to realize how mature their kid is and if he/she has the mental capacity to play those games and not be affected by them to a point where there is a negative emotional/physical problem
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    • I actually did a speech on this for speech class and leaned that 78% of the parents ignore that rating
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    • Movies are violent too and Tv
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    • I started with M rated games when I was 9 and my dad taught me the right from the wrong. The only game he never bought me was when I turned 12 and wanted GTA5. He wasn’t worried about me massacring civilians. He didn’t want me to go to the strip club😂. But he bought it for me when I was 13
      the_chief 15 aug
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    • Banning video games isnt happening is it? Did i miss some shit?
      MrNobody 14 aug
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    • So my mom wouldn’t let me and my brothers play M rated games until we were 13 and I think tbh that you was a very good idea. Protect your children while they are still learning that video games are not real.
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    • These are deadass the same type of comics that we make fun of baby boomers for making
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    • If video games go banned I'd become a criminal
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    • It’s funny because the ESRB has game ratings but there is no way to enforce them. It also isn’t illegal for kids under the age limit to purchase the game, it is just against most stores policies
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    • I’m not agreeing that video games cause violence but I will say until my dad trusted me enough with seeing graphic content in video games he would actually make me show him the game and why it was rated M before he let me get it, just responsible parenting
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    • It’s honestly so true though. Stop bitching about video game violence and just stop your child from playing the violent ones.
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    • I use to work at GameStop and all the parents who’d come in with their lil ass kids wanting games like gta/other M rated games I’d show the mom/dad at the counter what the game was about & ask if they still want it for their kid, meanwhile the lil shits looking at me like I murdered their pet
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    • I used to work at GameStop b4 it sucked, and kids would grab those M rated games and we would explain the concept to the parents. They’d be shocked such a game existed, yet still buy it.
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    • If only parents took responsibility for their children...
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    • Fr not being allowed to play games bc of the rating sucks though
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    • To be fair any kid can buy a psn, xbox, or steam card from the store and then buy whatever game they want online. That being said, I still dont agree that video games cause violence.
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    • I had someone message me on Xbox because their kid saw my nearly mature emblem on cod and I roasted them into silence simply stating it’s a rated M for mature game and my emblem is on the top voted charts so go ahead and report it if you want but I’m sure the devs have seen it
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    • Yeah and even the 9 year olds raised on CoD aren't violent because video games don't make you violent
      Serdaigle 10 aug
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    • I’m 18 now and just got to college. For the first time in my life I can play gta cause my parents never let me. Straight up I had gears of war, saints row, and all the cods but nope gta was too violent
      _Sanguine 10 aug
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    • I'm like 90% sure banning violent video games would violate like 3 amendments so good luck with that...
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    • To be fair the rating system is kinda stupid/biased. Even when I was younger I understood things certain games were wayyyyy worse then others in the "M" rating.
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    • I'm a gamer with a non gamer girlfriend. I'd let my future kids play things like mario or kirby. Something like zelda a bit down the line and something like metroid. Until I believe they can handle the game, I won't let them play it.
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    • honestly though. we're close to banning or taxing videogames because even non gamers ignore the warning label. pretty sure if you mindlessly disregard a clear warning label, it's not the company's fault.
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    • If they ban video games after area 51 we should rain the White House with the new alien tech
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    • some parents are retarded, amirightoramiright?
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    • are we not gonna question the fact that the 17+ ersb sticker just let itself in?
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    • You Mature 17+ is tapping that ass
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    • I remember parents petitioning Miley Cyrus to tone down her concerts because they were too sexually aggressive for kids. I don't know if they realized that they control what concerts kids can go to.
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    • When I worked at target I would see parents come in and buy 17+ video games for their kids (12 and under) beside them because we keep them locked up and an ID is needed to purchase. It’s the parents fucking fault they have access
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    • She could fuck her son so he stops playing them
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    • There are kids playing stuff like gta 5 and I didn't get to play certain games until I was at least 12 because my parents were smart.
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    • Any parent that blames a video game instead of their parenting is just a shitty parent
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    • If they ban games its time for the second amendment to be used to its fullest. Its gonna be the battle for freedom all over again
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    • The ESRB ratings on video games nowadays is like porn asking if you’re over 18.
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    • Y'all never knew the pain I endured waiting on my mom to let my oldest brother buy a game so I could play it one day
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    • Every complaining parent needs to see this
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    • Why you gotta draw the mom a hot anime chick? That just made me cum you fuckin tard...
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    • She's cute tho
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    • Bruh I'd hatefuck her
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    • Generally kids under 10 shouldn’t be playing those games, I wasn’t allowed to play GTA until I was seventeen, when I went and bought it myself.
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    • The ratings are there for a reason. If your 8 year old asks for an m rated game, then don’t get them it. Actual read the ratings, ya num nut
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    • I played Sims once and now I drown people and force people to make babies
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    • Kids who couldn't play cod were the worst
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    • I had to wait till I was 17 to buy my first rated M game (mw2) and kids made fun of my brother and I because we couldn't okay Halo or COD with our classmates until then, since my parents refused to buy rated M games
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    • I literally grew up playing man hunt, gta, postal 2, twisted metal, and other games like that and I have yet to do any violent crimes.
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      KSKS 13 aug
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    • Exact same reason Vape is getting a higher tax, parents don’t wanna fucking parent
      NFLEdits 12 aug
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    • Yo fuck this shit too it may be referring to the parent being to lazy to restrict their kids but this still implies that it’s the video games that make them violent
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    • Like for real, my parents didn't care I played violent games. Didn't change me at all. But I had a friend who's parents forbidden that. Would always search his room for rated M games. He only played those games at my place. Motherfucker is in jail with a felony now. I'm over here doing good
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    • Now this is one of the reasons why the world is fucked, laziness. And it transcends the generations
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    • Rule 34 of her?
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    • Videogames/ tablets are the new babysitter, remember when tv got the same crap for airing shit kids shouldn't be watching? Monitor and educate your kids
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    • My dad took away Smash Melee from me because it was rated "T" but my argument was, GISH DARN PIKACHU IS ON THE COVER THEREFORE ITS FOR KIDS!
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    • I remember seeing this in 4th grade back in 2014 when I was writing an essay on how video games don't cause violence
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    • If video games got banned, I'd be pissed off af
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    • Talk to your kids and let them experience the good And bad the world has to offer. Try to be the best you can be by Understanding the bad and doing better.
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    • A guy at GameStop refused to let me buy Halo Combat Evolved when I was 13, my dad was there and bought it for me but had a big talk about games vs reality at home and we played the campaign together. I am still thankful for that dude at GameStop who actually gave a shit about kids.
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