So is your worldview. MT @piersmorgan I suspect 99.9% of people who play violent video games understand it's fantasy.
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) August 24, 2013
If violent video games can inspire one in a thousand players to act out a violent fantasy (we’re guessing that percentage is fantasy, too), does that mean America should ban video games or not?
.@piersmorgan and because of that minute percent of persons who are crazy, we should enact a bunch if laws restricting rights?
— Skip LaCombe (@skiplacombe) August 24, 2013
@piersmorgan So do you say we ban them?
— Gaz Weetman (@GazWeetman) August 24, 2013
@piersmorgan .1% isn't reason to ban video games though is it
— Darragh Culhane (@MoDarragh) August 24, 2013
@piersmorgan But should policies be made in accordance with the .1% or should the 99.9 take precedence?
— Chris Reed (@MeNoReedGood) August 24, 2013
@piersmorgan U r not proposing we ban violent video games for the .1%, correct? Those people have to be monitored. Their families know!
— The OC (@OCarr) August 24, 2013
@piersmorgan I worry abt ppl like u who make up statistics & then wonder why conservatives don't trust scientific 'facts' put out by libs.
— Steve (@21creatures) August 24, 2013
— Brad Slager (@MartiniShark) August 24, 2013
@piersmorgan happy to see you've come around to agree that guns are just fine in the hands of sane, law abiding citizens. Becoming wiser.
— FlamingAmmosexual (@stainless10fp) August 24, 2013
@piersmorgan – I suspect that 0.1% of liberals really care for the well being of society. It's the 99.9% who lust for power I worry about.
— Joe Tedeschi (@MDYankeefan1) August 24, 2013