No, video games don’t have a bad influence on children

A fun question to ask ourselves when we were kids was always “What video game power-up would you want in real life?” Most would answer with something like the Tanooki suit (to fly) or the Gravity Gun (because who doesn’t want to bend the laws of physics?).

But I think a part of everyone would want to get a 1UP mushroom, and then do something really, really stupid.

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3 thoughts on “No, video games don’t have a bad influence on children

  1. Looks like the Oklahoma Grooms compound…Uncle Travis says as long as they are wearing a helmet, it’s all good. Maybe Chuck needs a helmet?

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