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Barber: Media a cause for shootings

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There is constant speculation on television as to why individuals shoot innocent and unsuspecting people. The latest one in a Connecticut school is perhaps the worst because 20 little children were killed. It is truly tragic. I believe that the value of life has been diminished through TV violence, video games and modern songs. Often, the main theme of all three is to shoot or blow up everyone and everything in sight. For years our youth have been exposed to this concept, which is depicted as normal.

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