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Watch NPR’s Nina Totenberg Unbox a PS4, Because That’s a Thing That Happened

i'll just leave this here

Imagine that someone made an unboxing video of a hot new console release with their indulgent mom, after explaining to their mom what an unboxing video was in the first place. Now imagine that that mom is National Public Radio’s legal affairs correspondent, and has been covering the American Supreme Court since the seventies. So cute, you’ll totally let the implication that gamers play because they’re in bad relationships slide.

Judging by the jokes about ethics at the end of this video, NPR was sent their own PS4 by Sony. I’d just like it known that NPR representatives looking for a way to dispose of the console can always contact us.

(via Kotaku.)

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