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Submitted by Queasy 815d ago | opinion piece

MSNBC's Joe Scarborough illustrates what is wrong with violent video game debate

XMNR: MSNBC's Morning Joe invited various politicians and pundits to the show Thursday to talk about the current gun control debate going on across the United States. Host Joe Scarborough deviated slightly from the topic to talk about the effect of violent video games and movies in our culture. In doing so though, he illustrated not a problem with media but with parental guidance. (Culture, Industry)

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