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13-Year-Old Creates PowerPoint On Why He Should Be Allowed To Play GTA V

The Grand Theft Auto video game series is rated M for a reason, because any game where you can beat hookers to death with a bat, kill cops and wantonly commit violent crimes simply isn't for kids.

But when kids turn into teenagers they begin to wonder why they're not allowed to play grown-up games, so they start coming up with creative ways to circumvent age restrictions.

Some will go to a buddy's house to play, or rent it on the sly from a DVD kiosk, but Jestersheister's son went corporate with his argument, creating a PowerPoint presentation detailing why he should be allowed to buy GTA V.

The boy makes all the right claims, saying he'll skip the campaign mode because it's "just horrible with swearing and killing and sex and what-not", but his presentation starts to fall apart when he reaches this slide:

Looks like he'll be playing GTA V at a buddy's house after all!

See the kid's entire GTA V Powerpoint presentation here


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My kids once had a middle school assignment to create a PowerPoint presentation, didn't matter what the subject was, but they were graded on how well they learned PowerPoint. I guess they are preparing them for the corporate world.

The art school my older daughter attends has the world's most advanced and up-to-date art and animation software, but they have to write essay tests on paper in class from memory with no notes besides what's posted on the walls. That's no doubt to avoid plagiarism.
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That's how he writes at 13? The time would be better spent doing his homework or finding a better school.

BTW, kids using Powerpoint to make their argument with their parents isn't unusual. One of ours does it for the birthday gift wish list, which seems to be a common choice.
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