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Submitted by TheGameScouts 1058d ago | opinion piece

Why I Support Destroying Video Games, A Satire

Chris Lohr: A small town in Connecticut is doing what we should have done a long time ago: destroying violent video games. Southington, Connecticut will no longer be known for once having a button factory; from here on out, the legacy left behind by the town with the least imaginative flag of all time will be that of rational thought, foresight, and no longer having too many gift cards lying around. (Culture)

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