Fun isn't allowed. Fun kills people, ruins lives and is discriminatory.
Besides, those in the know will tell you that true fun only comes from pitching your tent as a spectator at the disabled amputee lesbian ethnic minority carbon neutral everyone-a-winner organic hopping championships sponsored by Vegan Emma's Fairtrade Lentils.*
You can only have fun at events like that, but mind you go easy on the elderflower cordial, any other fun is baaaaaaaad.
Especially fun in video games:
*deepest sigh that it is possible to imagine*
Human rights groups played various games to see if any broke humanitarian laws that govern what is a war crime.
The study condemned the games for violating laws by letting players kill civilians, torture captives and wantonly destroy homes and buildings.
It said game makers should work harder to remind players about the real world limits on their actions.
You do understand these games aren't real, don't you?
I'm not a lover of this genre, not on any philiosophical level, they just don't do it for me. It's a shame that this logic doesn't extend to other games because I love sports games. If the logic did hold, I'd be a roaming attacking midfielder for Barcelona or an explosive running back for the New York Jets such would their influence be on me.
Hang on . . .
kill civilians, torture captives and wantonly destroy homes and buildings.
When is any gamer going to be able to do that?
Here's a message for the people peddling this complete arse-gravy:
There's a door over there. Open it, go on, no drop into the darkness, no wild animal or elaborate booby trap, it's just a door. Opened it? Good. Now step through and close it behind you. Can you still hear me? Excellent, now walk away and keep walking until you have put a distance between us such that a reasonable person can be satisfied that you have fucked off and left me alone.
It's an illusion. No, not the game, that's a simulation. The illusion is that you think these games are going to lead to people committing war crimes. I understand why, you seem to think that people are influenced by anything you have to say, thus you think people are influenced by these games. You are wrong on both scores.
No-one gives a flying fuck what you say, everyone understands that these games aren't real.
I do hope that is clear enough for you.
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