Ah yes, we now have another foot-in-mouth moment to discuss, and today’s comes from movie mega-star Rob Lowe, who believes the gun violence in this country can be blamed on first-person-shooter video games (interpret everything below as sarcasm).
According to a report from BeefJack today, sir Robert Lowe decided to hop on the very full NRA bandwagon for bashing video games.
“The first shooter video game stuff which – look, admittedly, I missed that generationally, so it’s not a thing for me. I’ve never played them, I don’t really get it. My kids do.
“And I just think kids growing up, blowing people away, blood, pulp, everywhere, and then turning it off and going to have a sandwich … I don’t think that that is good,” Lowe said.
Lowe says, “My kids do. And I just think kids growing up, blowing people away, blood, pulp, everywhere, and then turning it off and going to have a sandwich. I don’t think that that is good,” really? It’s not good yet your children play them? Solid parenting there.
The NRA is close to sending in a request for a bigger wagon due to the amount of newcomers joining their video games sh*t tossing saga.
It’s amazing how sure he is of the video games industry, especially considering his deep knowledge and involvement with it. If you don’t believe this guy, I’m not sure what’s wrong with you.
Gaming expert Rob Lowe is not the only one who has voiced an expert opinion regarding games and the effect they may have on people, as the NRA has already diagnosed gaming as a “corrupt industry.”
For those who do not remember who Rob Lowe is due to his lack of significant contributions to the film industry ever, he is an a movie star of galactic proportions. No, he is not the one who helps you buy 2×4’s at your neighborhood hardware store.
However, you may remember Mr. Lowe from box office hits such as: “Bad Influence,” “Illegally Yours” and “Masquerade.”
But most of you may remember him from his starring role as the creep who got torn up by a Rottweiler in the Chris Farley classic, “Tommy Boy.”
This joker has also voiced a character in the video game called, “Fox Hunt,” which was an action adventure title that was released back in 1993.
His overwhelming stardom is only outmatched by his expert gaming opinion, which can most likely be found on his personal website that is sponsored by X-Lax and Fecal Impactions R’ Us.
In case you don’t know, Fecal Impactions are when “a large lump of dry, hard stool that remains stuck in the rectum. It is most often seen in patients with long-term constipation.” I’m implying he’s full of sh%t if you haven’t figured it out by now.
Go ahead and finish your other foot, Rob.