Well, That's Different

Rabbi discovers one or two video games involve killing Nazis.

As a Jew, being involved in virtually ending World War II allows you to experience the closest thing possible to killing the sense of victimhood created by the Holocaust. And you do it without actually hurting any real people. In fact, it’s so satisfying that when you get to shoot down the golden eagle on the Reichstag, while sniping headshots at flame-throwing Nazis, you simply don’t want the war to end.

I know if my priest yelled “BOOM! HEADSHOT!” more, I’d probably still be Catholic.

(Courtesy MTV Multiplayer)