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Robert Saunders, owner of Black Box Internet Café and Gaming Center, 2030 S. 900 East, is sick of Utah lawmakers’ attempts to lump video games together with porn.

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Video games are not a crime. Mom and Dad should learn that video games are not the essence of evil and that playing videogames doesn’t make their kids want to commit evil acts, shoot people, rob, steal, anything like that. Video games are healthy and positive. They keep people out of the streets. They keep kids inside. It’s a group activity. And it’s not for nerds anymore.

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