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Posted by kallahar on Apr.15.02 at 09:24 am PDT.

kallahar writes Slashdot is running a discussion about how video games can be addicting. This comment caught my eye: "It's like with Columbine, how not a single step was made to teach kids to be more egalitarian and accepting, and instead the pressure was turned up and people who didn't fit in perfectly into the social machine were shunned and harassed even more. No one wants to see underlying problems--they want to blame the game or the substance instead of the deficiencies in our society. It's sad and alarming, and is getting us nowhere. We need to see the problems in our society and work our best to fix them--not blame that which brings the problems to light."

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