The article in the Nov. 15 paper on the new entertainment complex identified a variety of fun family activities coming to Frederick.

These included several blaster gun options.

Did anyone else notice that this was side by side with the article about the latest student shooting in California?

When will we stop promoting and teaching our children that gun blasting is normal or fun?

Pat Beach


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The title of the article is incorrect.


Interestingly, these same violent video games exist in most cultures around the world yet it seems to be only the US that has a problem with the mass shootings. What else could it be.....


Ummmmm.......Americans are much more likely to be mentally ill?


Laser tag is fun and non-violent, except for the death part, but that is pretend.


That 16-yr old girl in Georgia was not pretending.

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