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  1. Walmart removes violent video game displays from its stores. The gun displays will stay. That logic is so flawed and silly. They want to remove display for video games with violence and aggressive behavior out of respect for shooting victims and what happened last weekend, but they keep gun displays. The flawed logic in that is they act like video games are killing people. No no. It is people who don't have the capacity to properly handle a gun...killing people. Pulling violent video games doesn't solve anything. Another flaw in their twisted logic is they say they're pulling the games with violence and aggression...right? Well, why not movies to? You know what? Why not remove pillows from their stores since they've been used to smother people. Let's remove gardening tools too since they can hurt a person. Just about anything anywhere can be used in an act of violence. Doesn't mean we should blame those things. We should blame the people doing the shootings.
  2. No evidence that violent video games are causing mass shootings, despite politicians' claims It is silly and very immature to blame violent video games on mass shootings. If someone goes on a shooting rampagesl after playing a violent video game, then it just shows that person had alot wrong with them prior to the game. Walmart and politicians blaming video games is wrong. What they should be doing is looking at the people who are disturbed enough to go on mass shootings. Then thinking what can be done to help improve upon mental health to get those like that person out of that mass shooting state of mind and to prevent others from getting there.
  3. The lives lost in El Paso All of these victims had so much in their lives. Life rich in family, friends, and things going on. It is tragic their lives were cut so short.
  4. Octavio Lizarde, injured victim, describes experience inside Walmart I hope his foot will heal in time . Also I agree about the emotional pain.
  5. 'Lufkin Licker' faces up to 20 years in prison as ice cream stunt video goes viral I hope the Lufkin Licker sees that article.
  6. Alabama mother arrested after Walmart employee rescues baby from hot car: police Her apology is nothing more than a pathetic excuse for her being a bad mother. This woman has no business being a mother.
  7. Walmart apologizes after woman accuses employee of harassing her over her service dog That employee should immediately be terminated for that!
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