All those shattered TVs and cut-up hands that resulted when the Nintendo Wii first came on the scene sorta made sense. People were flailing their limbs around holding a plastic controller with a flimsy strap. But the new Kinect motion-sensing system for the Xbox 360 should have cut down on at least some of the damage done by removing the controller completely. And yet, some moron in Arizona has already ruined a perfectly good TV with his recklessness.
Over on his blog, the moronic moron writes:
A public service announcement: Do not under any circumstances play Kinect Sports Volleyball at 1:30 a.m. while standing under a ceiling fan with a dangling chain for a light switch. You could conceivably spike it into your year-old amazing TV, causing it to die with a rainbow LCD teardrop dripping down from the impact wound.
Plus you’ll lose the match by forfeit.
When reached by Consumerist for comment, the moron said, “It’s fine. If there is a time to volleyball spike the shit out of your TV it’s November.”
Yes, I Am The First Moron To Break His TV With Kinect [BecauseItoldyouso]