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Submitted by halocursed 1104d ago | article

How video games prepare kids for a bright future job

Kansas - "Kaitlin Albright likes to kill people. She is a native of Caldwell, Kan., a little town on the Oklahoma state line; she is 19-year-old freshman at Wichita State University. She has killed people in video games since she was 2 years old." (Culture, Industry)

Christopher  +   1105d ago
***Her parents tried to stop her, pleading, begging, setting time limits. She got around the limits sometimes by faking out her parents in a nice way. “let’s all watch a movie together, a family night at home.” But once Mom and Dad got absorbed in the movie story, Kaitlin would sneak off and kill people.***

Parents of the year right there. They couldn't take away the consoles. They couldn't take away the games. They couldn't even keep an eye on her during 2 hours of a movie?

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