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Submitted by PandaMcBearface 898d ago | opinion piece

Videogames, violence, conspiracies and real life

An examination of a possible conspiracy involving videogames, murder, the US Government and reptilian shapeshifters. (Culture)

bosbvok  +   898d ago
I knew it, reptiles...
Thantalas  +   898d ago
The guy in the picture Keith Ratliff really looks similar to Tom Hanks' son.

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bosbvok  +   898d ago
LOL! You are quite right, just a chubbier version. Well spotted.
Choc_Salties  +   898d ago
Stupid reptiles, get off my lawn!

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