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by tintrof / December 16, 2007 1:21 AM PST

I raised my family of seven children without the use of game players that encourage anti social behaviors and violence that is more shocking than real life.To give a child the ok to this twisted media leads to alot of the corrupt behaviors we are witnesing on the news today.No there is no need to try to desuede me and the family I raised that promoting wii,nintendo and gameboys,is exposing young people to evil of every kind.Please dont go Hillary on me and try to say there are plenty of nonviolent games and that their is a conspiracy to make this media look like a scapegoat.Far to many young people today think its ok to go out into the world and kill and mame in order to get even with whatever ill has befallen them and this is because they were self isolated and never learned to deal with or respec`t life and the reality of our society.Promoting these behaviors will lead us down a path of unexplained mass murders and viololence upon each other.We see this in Iraq and So Africa.It will soon be on the streets of America if people like you dont wake up.! The little box at the bottom proves my point we cant even comunicate to one another without little tricks and tests of our trust for one another.

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