Seeing a depiction of violence does not create from nothing (aka spawn as you put it) human violent tendencies. (And that goes the same for pretending, or playing.) It's human nature itself to be a depraved, desperate, uncaring killer. Man is sick; in some ways similar to many other mammals. The difference is that we have the ability to choose to better ourselves and be "civilized." Media is not the spawn of our evil nature.People that are not capable of violence can not play or watch the media you speak of. It may not be to blame, but it is spawn from our violent tendencies.
EXACTLY!The comics make our kids violent!
The TV makes our kids violent!
The radio makes our kids violent!
The movies make our kids violent!
The video games make our kids violent!
Interesting, these pearl clutchers never cite their horrid policies and treatment of US citizens as sources of violence.
I used to teach people how to kill with their bare hands. Does that make me an arrogant little creep too? Biden is special-snowflaking on a dev he singled out. The guy is a wuss and a coward. Little more.Joe called the game company CEO an arrogant little creep. The creep was the one who said "... he was an artist because he was able to come up with games to teach you how to kill people."
Joe was quoting the arrogant little creep.
How many people have been killed in real life by a video game vs guns? There's a big difference here. One is a tool solely built for violence.Guns should not be blamed for what is a human violence problem either.
You answered your own question and don't realize it. The problem that you brought up is our desire to have some form of evil in our lives. I wasn't focusing on just one issue. But they all spawn from the same flaws of our society. Flaws that are getting worse as time goes by. I absolutely feel sorry for our future kids. And am ashamed of the future we are leaving for them.How so?
Atleast they should be a bit more intouch and not think things like video games are the spawn of the devil.
It's not bare. "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." One of the definitions of bear is "to carry"... so... you've actually been the one misspelling it...I mean who knows? Maybe by "bare arms," they actually meant "bear arms," and it was simply a misspelling?