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I like the guy in the car, at the end
good stuff, the cab driver on the phone was great
classic commercial..not sure why the pulled it...wankers!!
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yeah, now thats clever...
I thought that was kind of funny
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did they think it was too violent?
So much work & so little time!!
i dont see why that should be banned...
Anyone else notice the random bike wheelin near the end?
1st post btw
Not really selling me on buyinf the Xbox 360, but still pretty amusing
haha ya i noticed the bike, made no sense so i just laughed more
hahaaha remember playing "guns" outside with my brothers when we were little kids.
"I shot you in the head"
"no, u missed, the bullet went past my head"
Originally Posted by ninja911
That's exactly what I just said to the wife... Her comment was it's promoting violence She never played 'guns'
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I played "guns" all the time as a kid too, and have played several violent FPS games. I even watched A-Team when I was a kid (until my parents said it was too violent). I've never owned a gun, never wanted to, am not a violent person. If parents actually parent and don't leave it up to teachers and TV, then I don't think there's any problem with violent images promoting violence. Hundreds of thousands of kids play violent games, and a handful pick up guns and rampage through their schools, that's not a cause-and-effect thing.Originally Posted by CrashTested
Although it's currently popular to link the two, which is why I'm not surprised that the ad isn't run.