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23. Re: Evening Consolidation Jan 16, 2013, 00:37 Beamer
 
jacobvandy wrote on Jan 15, 2013, 22:59:
Beamer wrote on Jan 15, 2013, 21:45:
jacobvandy wrote on Jan 15, 2013, 21:21:
Like everything else "offensive" in this world, it's only an issue because people make it one. I'm pretty sure the starving, abused, and impoverished of the world would kill for the luxury of spending more than two seconds worrying about how "wrong" this piece of art is. First world problems at its finest...

So we can dismiss everything as FWP now?

"So, they want to ban video games due to school shootings. Shut up, everyone, just accept it and kiss your games goodbye. Right now someone starving to death in Africa just wishes his biggest concern was the end of video games!"

Right, because infringing upon the rights of others is exactly the same as getting butthurt over something you don't have to buy or even pay any attention to whatsoever... Fantastic logic there. My point is people love to be offended by the dumbest shit, meanwhile they are completely oblivious to the real problems in the world.

I couldn't care less if the statue was a nude woman being graphically raped by zombies, that thing existing would affect absolutely nobody in any real way. That's why it's #firstworldproblems. Being offended doesn't make you a victim.

Who gives you the right to buy violent video games?
Was that, like something in the 26th amendment and I misse dit?
 
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