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Games "For nearly thirty years we've been having this discussion, asking the question: do violent movies, music or video games make people violent? Well according to Brad Bushman and Craig Anderson of Iowa State University, yes. Based on the results of their research they concluded in 2001 that video games and violent media can make people aggressive and violent. Based upon their data and their conclusions, however, it's safe to say that photos of snakes, crispy bacon, or a particularly rigorous game of chess can also make people aggressive and violent." And politicians?
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You have not seen guns outside of Call of Duty or Counter-Strike, have you?

A flesh wound from a "military grade" weapon is, of course, a magnitude worse than from a "civilian grade" weapon if you are to be believed.

If not for the fact that the only difference between them is likely the trigger mechanism preventing full-auto fire on civilian versions (if talking about rifles; handguns don't even have that). The cartridge, barrel, everything that matters is the same!
But, of course, it's declared "military grade" and therefore automagically more deadly than its pussy "civilian grade" counterparts.

Funny how, when we talk about "military grade" computing, for example, we do not make that kind of flat-out distinction but discuss the actual differences between mil/civ versions of gadgets.

PS. I was not putting words in your mouth. I was responding to a quote from you with another quote from you. I apologize if I did not make that clear enough.

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