EDIT: We have made valid points, with everybody having good points to it, so I will leave it at that
Favorite DP quote:
..... I would be damned if I ever fall for a girl who spends 8-10 hours playing games and only talking gaming lingo. That's not a geek nor a nerd, that's just fucking sad. ~ megasdkirby
-Yes, I do like Crue Ball
Wait! but did he ever get to play the game?
So in reality it seems like adulthood is dumb luck? Looking at jdc post I think back, I hung out with a bad crew did bad things (we never killed anyone). But was probably jail/prison bound.
But most of that crew including myself, turned into decent contributing members of society.
But there were bad situations that could have resulted in vary different outcomes, over drugs, fights, vanalisms etc.
So maybe it's growing out of the 15-25? (I was good at 23 jdc).
The only thing I can think of was I joined the military?
Quick update: http://www.gamepro.com/article/news/...arents-murder/
Basically the judge told this punk ass kid that his "video games made me do it" defense-argument won't work. He will be sentenced soon.
ALL HAIL THE 1 2 P
Originally Posted by THE 1 2 P
I'm sure there's something else behind this and the media is just blaming it on video games because they get more page hits and this would not be as big of a story if instead they said the kid was abused or something.
That kid is a D*****ag for killing his parents over a video game.
Would i murder my mom/dad if they took away my games.Nope.
what happend to the good old days when Video games did nothing wrong and no deaths of real-life people that were blamed on video games.
In that situation, the child will internalize and latch onto things in his/her life that gives them some sort of feedback like games, music, etc... This is when you get crazy kids. Every aspect of their lives is a derivative of something that happened in a game or something seen in a movie. I feel really bad for those kids who never were given a chance by their parents.
As far as this kid goes, looks like life without parole.