Ensayia: The kids think what they saw was a game and they just want to play the game. I remember 'killing' and 'threatening' my friends all throughout my childhood during various outdoor activities.Nevertheless, the outrage and backlash will be glorious. Get your popcorn ready.
TOSViolation: Hunger Games? Violence?[2.bp.blogspot.com image 134x200]Would definitely hit that.[www.vh1.com image 150x174]
StoPPeRmobile: TOSViolation: Hunger Games? Violence?[2.bp.blogspot.com image 134x200]Would definitely hit that.[www.vh1.com image 150x174]20 pounds heavier and 2 inches shorter?
Mr. Coffee Nerves: Rule 1: Make sure every child's head-mounted GoPro has adequate battery life.
TuteTibiImperes: Was it like this?
Bane of Broone: TuteTibiImperes: Was it like this?Wow. I've never seen that comparison made before.
Apik0r0s: FTFA: "Instead of "killing" each other by taking flags, the campers would instead "collect lives."
willfullyobscure: Education programs for Hitler Youth practiced exactly the same kinds of simulated killing games. The point was to get them to see death, and murder, as normal, acceptable and even desirable parts of daily life. Today, Hamas and other terrorist political groups do the same.
abhorrent1: girls with lunchbags and suntans and swimsuit strings hanging down the backs of their shirts.[www.reactionface.info image 210x214]
jfarkinB: I guess I really am the only parent in America who heard kids talking about Hunger Games, googled the series, and said "taking kids to see that is twelve kinds of farked up"./I mean, what if a sword got caught in a loser's shirt when the winner was pulling it out, and the kids got a glimpse of a boobie?
C18H27NO3: I don't know, I'm thinking there's a lot of money to be made for the first network to pick this kind of thing up and air it./You know it's true.
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