Every Sunday in October Marin County held a violent videogame exchange. Paste Magazine was there for the first one. How many games were traded in?
The one game traded in was based on history, and also probably had no trade in value at gamestop.
This type of program is silly. Some are completely missing the point. iPads and movie tickets....to download Modern Combat 5 and go see John Wick!
COD 3 is T rated not M!
Shh. You aren't helping them to push their agenda through disinformation!
Another one of these. Could everyone stop being stupid, please?
How pathetic. They got 5 families to come and the kids were all just like "I don't care about this toy any more" or "they made me". ....and no chocolate?! What kind of bunko operation are they running?? lol
What a ridiculous program, it's thinking like this that places the generalization on people that anything that is slightly violent will cause a child or person to be influenced and cause harm to people. Not the case at all, if the child is raised right, understands wrong from right and isn't in an environment where he/she themselves are constantly exposed to first hand violence, then this isn't an issue.
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