Originally posted by Xavier@Dec. 29 2002, 6:54 am
I think its pretty sad how the media blamed doom , natural born killers and kmfdm for there bad decisions .
Originally posted by Quadriflax@Dec. 28 2002, 11:06 am
Among the ones mentioned was Duke 3D. This just shows their total lack of knowledge on the subject. Are kids still playing a game that's gotta be what, at least 7-8 years old by now, right? But I'll stop there before starting another endless debate on the impact of violent media on our children.
Originally posted by Xavier@Sep 7, 2004 @ 05:55 AM
Digging up an old post , I rented this movie .
Michael Moore of does much of the story from his home town because hes a fatbody and lazy .
In all the movie/documentary needed more answers and less questions .
Originally posted by ExCyber@Sep 7, 2004 @ 02:05 PM
Well, you can always listen to politicians. Seems they usually have all the answers, and no questions. :banana
"The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts." --
Moore's main theory in the movie seems to be that it's the culture of fear in the US that causes (or gives the illusion of) much of the violence that occurs here. I don't think he's really against gun ownership in and of itself, although he may be in favor of stricter gun control laws.