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As I recall the rise of violent games also influenced the level of firearm deaths in the Thirty Years War. Playing Chess obviously led people to go out and slaughter. Granted, there's no evidence. There was little evidence in general found in burned villages, suffering from the plague of Chess. Certainly the number of firearm deaths before Chess was invented was quite low. For instance, the Romans recorded no firearm deaths or school shootings. Much to emulate there, but Congress might fund a study.


   Crazy Red

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