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The Sun: Games Give Kids Dementia

Jonathan Lester
Facepalm, Out of context, Sensationalism, Sigh

The Sun: Games Give Kids Dementia

Stop playing videogames immediately. They're bad for you.

Especially if you're a child, since The Sun rag tabloid has lied again outed some important and groundbreaking news. "Leading Neuroscientist" Baroness Greenfield claims that playing games can trigger "temporary dementia" in children and causes synapses in their brain to shut down, causing addictive behavior that stops them 'climbing trees and feeling the grass under their feet.' However, the article also only gives the briefest of mentions to Greenfield's belief that the technology has  "many benefits and could harness creativity"... but let's focus on what's important here.

Thank God for responsible journalism like this. We apologise unreservedly for putting your children in danger.

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hurrakan  Oct. 14, 2011 at 11:12

Reading The Sun gives everyone dementia.

jc2ajc  Oct. 14, 2011 at 15:06

Funny then that they are running a competition on their website today to win a Wii.

You've got to love the Sun!

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