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Fast & Furious

2018-01-30 20:08:56.210434+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

This is fascinating. It's been noted before that violent video games appear to reduce violence, but Fast and Furious movies may cause a rise in speeding.

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#Comment Re: Fast & Furious made: 2018-01-30 20:25:52.013526+00 by: Larry Burton

I saw American Graffiti when I was in college. You may be familiar with the movie or the town it was set in. As I was leaving the theater heading back to my dorm I was almost hit twice by cars speeding out of the parking lot. I was hit by some gravel they tossed as they spun their wheels. So these findings don't surprise me.

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