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 Aug 09, 2004 - 10:31 AM - by Michael
* "Xbox Killings"???

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This just infuriates me.

Not that the crime isn't heinous, not that the guilty shouldn't be punished. But what gets me about this is the tagging of the crime - "Xbox Killings" indeed. Crimes like this happen on a relatively frequent basis, and have for ages past. If someone killed another person over golf clubs, would it be the "Golf Club Killings"? How about the "Sushi Restaurant Stabbings" or the "Mini Golf Mauling"?

Of course not.

Yet this one gets tagged - and yet again, gamers are held up to an unfair light of people claiming we're all deranged lunatics.
 

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