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TriForce Johnson to the NRA: “This Means War”

kotaku.com: Isaiah-TriForce Johnson is not happy with the response to last week's tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary. The media is having a field day, politicians are jumping on bandwagons, and well-meaning gamers are giving the opposition even more fodder by participating in campaigns like Antwand Pearman's Online Shooter Ceasefire, according to TriForce.

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GreenRanger2220d ago (Edited 2220d ago )

Whatcha gonna do, NRA?
Whatcha gonna do when the gamers RUN WILD ON YOU?!!
Gamer 1: You're in for it now, BROTHER!
Gamer 2: Oooooh Yeeeeah! After i pay Stephanie a visit, i'm gonna give the NRA my Flying Elbow Drop, OOOOOOH YEEEEEAH!

LOGICWINS2220d ago

Eh...I'd rather not find out. I'm alergic to bullets.

LOGICWINS2220d ago

Btw Green Ranger, u do bday parties?

GreenRanger2220d ago

Yes, i do.
Do you want me to pop out of your cake?

Exotal2220d ago

Lol, the NRA have no chance against the gaming superpowers.

rpd1232220d ago

The NRA is just doing some awesome diverting. It's kind of brilliant, but they're assholes for it. Everyone hates them anyway, and they just sound like the rest of crazies blaming everything but the shooter and guns.

ThanatosDMC2220d ago

Yeah, i'd respect them more if they didnt blame anything else but the individual. Problem is the opposition is blaming guns for the shooting which directly affects NRA. I love guns too but what the NRA did and those lobbyists and politicians for gun control are such dick moves.

BattleAxe2219d ago

The guy's mother who owned the weapons should have had the guns locked in a gun safe with trigger locks. Its not the NRA's fault that there are irresponsible gun owners, and I'm sure that there have to be some laws on the books to force gun owners to keep their guns secure in their homes.

Rockefellow2220d ago (Edited 2220d ago )

Triforce Johnson can't do anything without being a complete asshole or coming across as slightly retarded. In this specific case, it's the latter. His heart might be in the right place, but his words are easily misconstrued, and he neglects the fact that the NRA has political roots deeper than the entire gaming industry combined, let alone us mere consumers.

He's also neglecting the fact that, even though the NRA is highly conservative in nature and the media is unabashedly liberal, neither side has been particularly kind to video games. So what if games aren't the central issue here? They're going to be capitalized on by either side regardless.

GreenRanger2220d ago

"TriForce has become something of a minor gamer celebrity by being first in line in all of North America to buy Nintendo's Wii, 3DS and Wii U."
Lol, you can become famous for anything these days.

Exotal2220d ago

That's because society has gotten dumber by the generation.

GreenRanger2220d ago (Edited 2220d ago )

Don't you mean people have gotten dumber?