Originally Posted by RandyD
When the NRA issued its statement that directed attention to video games and movies, I was disappointed and believed it was an error. Keep in mind, I have never played a video game. After reading Lt. Col. Grossman's book, and listening to him speak, I believe this man has excellent insights into human behavior. Also keep in mind, that I have a strong bias against the mental health profession. When I read, that all of those murderers played video games and that they were all on SSRI drugs, I can't ignore the connections.
That's all very well in good, but ti doesn't answer the question.
What data is he basing his position on, or is it just how he 'thinks' the score is?
I have no problem with people having conflicting opinions, but I don't like it when I can't see the evidence they're using to back them up.