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This post is going to be dedicated to all my fellow gamers out there who like to sit down once in a while, keyboard/mouse, wii-mote, PS3/360 controller in hand and play a good game and just escape the cold cruel reality with work and school looming just a few frames of mind away.
A lot of us, all of us hopefully, find a fear and sorrow in our hearts when there’s a shooting at a school, movie theater, or any place in general. But what we really end up fearing is the eventual GUARANTEED backlash that it all has on the video game industry. Every single time since Columbine and Virginia Tech, angry parents, angry people, and just plain old angry and bitchy people all like to point their cold, bony, and chastising fingers at the “VIDYA GAIMESSS” for being “ultra violent” and for “teaching the young generation to kill and hurt”. We’ve all heard it, and we all dread it, but it comes as expected.
Recent talks between Vice President Biden and the game industries top dogs remind us of the Supreme Court issue a couple years back where someone somewhere wanted to ban M-Rated games from being put in the hands of minors. Same thing with a while ago when a nut-case decided he wanted to shoot up a police station. Everyone looks to something to blame for whatever tragedy has just taken place, and they want to blame EVERYTHING but the true undeniable cause, not because their stupid or ignorant (some are just that but the majority are just scared) and they do so because they just can’t admit that maybe THEY may be a little at fault for the recent tragedy.
I point of course to the recent Connecticut Elementary School shooting at Sandy Hook. I as well a many feel its a sad tragedy that should have NEVER happened, and of course we should do what makes best sense in the wake of this disaster. We need to put better laws in place to prevent a semi-automatic rifle from getting in the hands of a psychopathic nut-job. And we need to put in place better, more constructive ways for the mentally ill to get care.
However the NRA, otherwise known as the “defenders of our second amendment rights” point their itchy bony trigger fingers at none other than the “ultra violent video game industry” for the recent tragedy, definitely not the lack of gun control laws.
’ Wayne LaPierre, the executive vice president of the National Rifle Association, has blamed Hollywood and the video game industry for the rash of U.S. shooting sprees. ”There exists in this country a callous, corrupt and corrupting shadow industry that sells, and sows, violence against its own people,” he said in a controversial speech last month, citing video games like Grand Theft Auto and Mortal Kombat. He called such games the “filthiest form of pornography.” ’ (Taken from an article off of MSNBC)
The Executive Vice President of problem numero uno of this whole issue points the blame to a completely unrelated “cause” because they want their right to tote around an AR-15 in their house. What I fail to see is why do they have this undeniable right to be so insanely wrong and spout this slander and libel about an industry which has nothing to do with the recent tragedy?
There isn’t a Grand Theft Auto, or a Call of Duty, and there CERTAINLY isn’t a Super Mario Bro’s out there that compels any human being out there to grab the nearest rifle and pair of pistols and pay a visit to their local Elementary School and unlock the “pruning the younger generation” trophy/achievement for their XBL account or PSN account. There is no gamer in the world who wants to shoot up a classroom full of innocent children because “Captain Price said to”.
I as a gamer remember the level in MW2 where you had to gun down a good 6 Dozen innocent people in the level “No Russian”. Yea I’m sure you ALL remember that one, where you and Makarov and his big bald buddies shoot up an airport full of people. Did I decide that I’m gonna kill a full airport of people? NO, if I remember correctly I almost didn’t finish this fucking level, or the game for that matter. It was weird, uncomfortable and cruel that this level HAD to take place for me to get into the other parts of the game.
Its offending at times even that they would point at the games I love and enjoy and label them as a way to teach me to kill some poor bastards. I guarantee if anyone took what they learned from playing Call of Duty, the only thing they’d be good for is spinning around with a sniper rifle and trying to 360-No-Scope someone out in the street while calling him/her a faggot and talking about how he/she fucked his/her mom.
And for the general place of argument here, I put forth this. If I was truly being trained by video games to kill, or if I’m picking up some kind of skills from the multitude of games I’ve played in my time, I can certainly say without a shadow of a doubt, I am the worlds greatest Half marine half commando gun toating martial arts expert free running parkour assassin plumber ace detective scientist portal running zombie killing princess saving hero of time ocarina playing sword mastering demon slaying pokemon mastering college professor of arcaeology anti-mage AD carry ultra assassin super dunking pro boxing cube laying creeper slayer that has EVER WALKED THE EARTH, AND I AM NOW GOD WITH ALL THE POWER OF THE FUCKING UNIVERSE IN MY HANDS!
Thank you NRA, I am not completely certain of my skills as god of everything and am now ready to go to the higher plane of existence with the rest of my fellow gamers as we decide what we want to do with all our new found prowess and skills. I’m glad that we could come to the conclusion that I’m now all powerful and you are sniveling morons clinging to your guns and ammunition as your world crumbles around you.
Rant Over- Jonathan Coleman, gamer and apparent co-god of all creation