I don’t normally post cartoons like this without comment, but this so perfectly echoes the message of my blog, I couldn’t resist. Comic by Julia LePetit and Andrew Bridgman of Dorkly.
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Tagged Andrew Bridgman, Dorkly, fear, hysteria, Julia LePetit, parenting, parents, teens, video games, violent video games
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