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Episode 82: The Indoor Kids
Jilling Off on Violence in…
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The Indoor Kids #82: Jilling Off on Violence in Gaming with Devin Faraci

Today Kumail and Emily are joined by Devin Faraci of Badass Digest to talk about a very hot, very annoying topic to many gamers: the role video games play in violent behavior. We talk some science, some opinion, but don’t worry, we also keep it fun and talk about snapshot gaming memories, iOS gaming, and masturbation a lot.
Which reminds us, don’t forget to tweet us your terms for female masturbation!
Games discussed:
Temple Run 2, StarCraft, Call of Duty, GTA, Mortal Kombat, Manhunt, Hitman, The SIMS, Medal of Honor, Portal 2, Simpsons Tapped Out, Jurassic Park Builder, Custer’s Revenge, Strip Poker, Super Mario Bros., Duck Hunt, Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse, Condemned Bloodshot, Def Jam Fight for NY, Halo 2, Age of Empires 2
Movies discussed:
Straw Dogs, Fight Club, Dune, Star Wars, Full Body Massage, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Wild Side, Silence of the Lambs, Communion, Star Wars
TV discussed:
The Simpsons, Jackass, Three Stooges, Portlandia

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  • I love that you guys have said something about this. I’m sorry though that we live in a world where this has to be touched on lightly and that it’s so sensitive sometimes that we can’t just say something and not get attacked or perceived one way when we mean another.

    What I find funny is I had that same experience with Star Wars in High School. Now I keep thinking I sound like a hipster but I mean I got a lot of flak about liking Star Wars and then after Episode I everyone was like oh yeah it’s amazing. All I have to say is if you know who Luuke Skywalker is then we could hang.

  • You know, if someone came to me said that giving up my video games would ensure that a shooting would (100% sure) never happen again, I would gladly hand over every single one. Same thing with my movies, and my tv, and my books, too.

    However, that’s never going to happen. If someone is psychologically damages, and is attracted to violence, they’re going to find it. If not through video games, then through movies, or books, or tv, or music. And if not there, then through real life, whether it be through the nightly news, or real life itself.

    And I’m going to sound horrible saying this, but sometimes people ar assholes, and their access to entertainment isn’t going to change that.

  • Simpsons Tapped Out sounds like it should be a Simpsons branded MMA game.

    The red sole shoes are Christian Louboutin, which I know because Kristen Bell took Craig Ferguson shopping for them when his show was in Paris for a week.

    I was happy the violence in games section of the show runs from 0:08:40 to 0:38:10, only a half hour of the show, the best part of the show as always is the almost hour of off-topic joking around!

  • A worse term for female masturbation that isn’t dirty: “Making Lip Gloss.” No idea what this means and why it has to pertain to lip gloss. But it creeps me out…in the same way that Fruity Pebbles reminds you of eyes. I can’t even use Carmex without being a little grossed out.