Unlike most people think the media does not cause violence but instead it provides entertainment for all. It easily entertains people with the news or games that people play. Some say that media will cause violence Like Governor Chris Christie, who says "You cannot tell me that a kid sitting in a basement for hours playing Call of Duty and killing people over and over again does not desensitize that child to the real-life effects of violence." It has gotten to the point where some people want to even banned the media such as video games. But others have completely different opinion about the subject. "I do not feel like I'm one of the people takes the game literally. It doesn't affect my personality at all," said Kinney, of Zephyrhills. "I do think think that sometimes it is made more into a big deal than it really is." He believes that the media is not the cause of the violence.
In fact the media helps in some ways like when it comes down to friends. For example it helps strengthen the bond between friends. By just listening to their favorite song can make them better friends. Or by watching the same shows, like Duck Dynasty or Game of Thrones. "I look forward to this time. It's a chance to catch up with old friends and unwind from the day. It's a place to vent, to laugh, and to relax." Said Norm Bittle, an avid gamer from Tabernacle. .
Most people use this time to have fun together. They could play games that they all enjoy and have a blast doing so. Or they could listen to their favorite music at a party or just a few friends hanging out. Watching movies at a movie theater could also provide entertainment. And due to the media many friendships have even been formed. A lot of people that are best friends today met at a music concert. Or even met playing a game over Xbox Live. And when a person meets another like this they tend to have stronger bonds due to the fact that they the same interests.