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1999 must be a great year to be alive if you are a criminal Nobody takes responsibility for his or her own actions anymore Someone commits a heinous crime and anything but the criminal gets blamed It was a harsh childhood abusive parents violent movies and video games the availability of guns and bomb making materials the Internet pornography peer pressure etc In my mind if you commit a crime then you are a criminal I am the only one that makes the decisions I make in life Others may influence my decisions but ultimately I am the one that makes that final choice No matter how hard and pathetic you think your life is or how badly society treats you or what you watch on TV or what you can buy from the store or read on the Internet you made the decision to break the law-nobody made the decision for you Oliver Stone didnt tell you to watch Natural Born Killers and then go mimic the crimes The NRA did not make you illegally purchase guns The Internet did not force you to download recipes for bombs The massacre at Columbine High School was a tragedy Instead of looking at these kids that committed the crime and putting blame where it belongs everyone was more than willing to point a quick finger of blame so they could feel better somehow Unfortunately some have used this tragedy as nothing more than an event to be exploited for their own political gains People that are afraid of the Internet were quick to point out that Nazi and hate propaganda and bomb-making recipes are easily accessed on the Internet and that alternative ideas seem to flourish on the Internet Immediately everyone wants to censor the hell out of the Internet and keep their kids away from it They fail to mention the business and education values of the Internet and dwell on the
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