Yes, I'm stealing the title from our very own Edgemaster, as he's the one who alerted us to the story
, and I think it's quite fitting. Good old Bill O'Reilly has taken some time off making up facts to share with us his views on video games and iPods:
Basically what you have is a large portion of the population, mostly younger people under the age of 45, who donít deal with reality - ever. So they donít know what day it is; they donít know temperature it is; they donít know what their neighbor looks like. They donít know anythingÖ because they are constantly diverted by a machine. Now what this does is it takes a person away from reality because theyíve created their own realityÖ
Oh, and there's so much more...
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Edgemaster does ask that we keep the following in mind:
Unfortunately I'm not sure when he made this statement, because I don't know what day it is, or even if it's day or night right now. I'm pretty sure my neighbors could tell me, but then again I'm not quite sure if I even have neighbors. My gut tells me it's probably June though, and almost certainly daytime. I think I'll head over to the beach... but only for a short while, because I need to get back to my OpiumBox360 or I get withdrawal symptoms.
Damn kids with your video games, and your rock music.
Personally, I think these are the things Bill tells himself to explain why no one in the 18-35 year old demographic watches his show.
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