Wichita, Kansas police are on the hunt for Benjamin Redgate, who they suspect is partly responsible for the death of Luke German, the result of a disagreement over a "video football game on PlayStation 3."
people always say "don't judge a book by it's cover" but scumbags almost always look like scumbags. if i saw this dude i could tell right away he's up to no good. this guy has the same "sickly" pallor that i've seen on numerous criminals. maybe fable is right, evil does give you a certain look even in real life.
I agree. Dodgy people look dodgy.
Any one who knows the story of Ted Bundy knows that bad guys don't always look like bad guys.
Hey, I'm a pretty pale guy. Don't judge me by my unattractiveness, friendo. PS. I have a winning personality.
A winning personality that can't keep 5 bubbles! Sounds like lots of win to me!
I missed a couple of days of Playstation ass-kissing, and I refuse to make up for it. Bubble me down all you want. I have never said anything blatantly anti-anything on this site. Except about Obsidian. Those guys can suck farts.
But do you have a sinister-looking moustache?
Benjamin : I NEED your ps3 NAOW! Uncharted 3 got announced so DIE! *kills* Guy with Benjamin: Benjamin Uncharted 3 announcement is just a JOKE!! Calm downn!! Benjamin: YOU GOTTA BE SH!TTIN ME!!!!
I'm sure this article will skewed in a way that says video games cause violence.
Well Video games do cause violence. To deny that people aren't affected by competitive games (which is most games out there) is just as wrong as to make video games the scapegoat. However, I'm sure politicians are foaming at the mouth to find their style of flamebait against their opponents.
Now, what you're stating is that EVERYONE that play violent games are prone to cause more violence? You should restate that. Because that includes you too. Fortunately, I'm not simple minded and beating a person to death in a game with a baseball bat, does not encourage my real life.
I didn't mean all people obviously, but who here hasn't gotten frustrated or been unable to control a temper? Violence can certainly arise from playing video games-- you can be frustrated, verbally abused, get angry, etc. But it's one of many factors and should not be the scapegoat. That's my point. To flat out deny that video games don't play a role to behavior is what keeps people from understanding each other at opposite sides of the debate.
Video game gave children the idea to bring guns to school. Video game is responsible for the Columbine shooting. http://img253.imageshack.us... However, video game would have also prevented Columbine shooting too. LOL.
Weapons are only as dangerous as those who use them.
PS3: Only does... never mind I'm not going there.
PS3: It only does 25 to Life.......
PS3 It Only Does Violence ..................Arguments ...................Death ..................Everything
Blaming gaming for murder is the same as blaming a gun for the shooting....does not compute.
Yeah but it'll be spun in such a way that it would seem that during the play by play John Madden instructed that dodgy fellow how to kill the man. "David Akers is setting up for the extra point, and now here's something fascinating, there are at least 100 pressure points on the human body, and one of the most famous points is the brachial plexus, why even a punch to the brachial plexus could kill a man. And here is Akers with the kick, and it's good! Boom, tough actin Tinactin."
I live close to Wichita, Kansas and I haven't heard of this. Must be a old story or something.
LOL Haters gon hate. And I gues coppers gon' cop. Pigs.
What happen to playing video games for fun? People make it a competition and take it too serious. RIP to the guy that died for nothing.
They can't blame violent video games, maybe this will lead to forcing EA to release Madden once every 5 years (I'd be ok with it)
I live in Wichita, KS. This happened last week. And yeah, it was in a bad part of town. Must have been Madden.
Seriously every year around this time we alwayz have stuff like this happening just makes me wonder how jackasses our on this planet who would kill for a game R.I.P to the guy who died.
over a football game
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